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HU Track and Field

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

HU junior Christiana Hicks headlined Trine University`s Don and Riley Zimmer Classic Friday night with three record-breaking performances. The Fort Wayne native brought home three top finishes - all of which were personal bests.

Not only did she win triple jump with a PR mark of 11.40 meters, she also met the NAIA qualifying mark to punch her ticket for the second consecutive year to the Indoor National Championships slated for March 3-5 in Johnson City, Tenn. Hicks has held the school record in triple jump since last season.

She also broke the eight-second barrier in the 60 meters, a feat no other Forester has done, by clocking in at 7.90 to not only win the race but establish a new HU record. The previous record of 8.09 was held by Racquel Service dating back to 2012.

Hicks went on to take first in the 200 meters as well. She posted a 26.32 to top her own HU record.

Christine Sparks also claimed a first place finish by winning the mile in 5:29.46. Other top seven finishes included Mariah Harter in the 60 meters (2nd, 7.99) and 200 meters (7th, 27.86), Samantha McCoy in the 60 meters (6th, 8.20), Kate Capkovitz in the 400 meters (4th, 1:05.03) and Jean Donaldson in the weight throw (6th, 13.94 meter*PR).

On the men`s side, Jake Nash was a double winner. He claimed first in high jump with a leap of 1.98 meters and also won triple jump (13.19 meters). Codi Wiersema had a solid outing in the 3,000 meters where he finished second out of 25 runners with a time of 9:32.52.

Other top seven finishes for HU included Chris Reed in the 400 meters (7th, 53.73), Michael Bowman in the 800 meters (6th, 2:05.82) and Brooks Gerke in pole vault (4th, 4.12 meters).

The Foresters are back at it on Saturday when they compete in the Joe Banks Invitational hosted by Ohio Northern University.



HU Women`s Bball vs. Marian

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

The No. 24 HU women`s basketball team played even with No. 3 Marian University through three quarters before the Knights pulled away for a 71-56 win in this week`s NAIA Game of the Week.

With the score knotted at 51-51 after the first 30 minutes, Huntington ran out of gas in the fourth. In addition to turning the ball over on their first five possessions, the Foresters also struggled to contain one of nation`s top guards in Lakan Hasser-Smith who scored 13 of her team`s first 14 points of the quarter. The combo was lethal as the Knights raced out to a 65-54 lead with just under four minutes remaining. The Foresters limped to the final buzzer after that as they managed just two points the rest of the way.

While the Knights were the definite aggressors in the final ten-minute segment, that wasn`t the case early on. HU pieced together one of their best quarters of the season to jet in front of their hosts 22-8 through the opening nine minutes of play before settling for a 24-14 advantage after the first ten minutes. Six different Foresters put points on the board with Kelsey Hubble topping the list with seven.

Culler`s crew opened up the second much like the first to extend the lead to 16, their largest advantage of the afternoon.  Two Jaclene Bonnema buckets sandwiching a pair of freebies by Hubble gave HU a 30-14 edge just over three minutes into the quarter.

But there was no panic in Marian as they methodically started chipping away at their visitors` lead. Not surprisingly, it was Hasser-Smith who led the charge by scoring eight points in the three minutes leading up to halftime to dwindle her team`s double digit deficit into a three-point difference of 37-34 by intermission.

The Knights` momentum carried over into the start of the third as they enjoyed their first lead of the day, 40-39, by the 7:35 mark. MU would go on to grow their lead to three before the Foresters rattled off 12 of the game`s next 14 points to regain the lead at 51-44 with just over three minutes remaining in the frame. The 12-2 run saw Amelia Recker hit her third triple of the season while Bonnema and Hubble each tallied an and one.

Little did anyone suspect that it was the beginning of the end for Huntington as they didn`t score the rest of the quarter and managed just five points in the final ten-segment.

Hubble finished with a team-high 19 points. Bonnema and Recker each chipped in 11. The frontcourt duo also logged 11 and 12 rebounds respectively for a pair of double doubles.

After shooting over 40 percent in the first half, HU cooled off in the final twenty minutes to shoot a gloomy 25.0 percent to finish 21-for-62 for 33.9 percent for the game. They committed 16 turnovers to Marian`s 13 and suffered a 39-36 disparity on the boards.

Hasser-Smith topped Marian with a game-high 27 points on 10-for-16 shooting. Jessica Almeida connected on seven of her 11 shots to add 15 points as the Knights` only other double digit scorer.  As a team, MU finished 27-for-63 from the field for 42.9 percent.

With this win, Marian stretches their win streak to 13 and improves to 21-3 overall, 12-0 in the Crossroads League while the Foresters drop to 15-9 overall, 5-7 in league play.

HU is back in action on Wednesday when they host Grace College at 7:00 p.m.



HU Men`s Basketball vs Marian

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Behind 27 points, six assists and three steals from junior Derek Hinen, the HU men`s basketball knocked off their second Top 25 team of the season with an 88-79 win over the #12 Marian University Knights Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena. The win snaps a two-game skid for the Foresters as they improve to 12-12 overall, 6-6 in league play while MU drops its second straight contest for an overall record of 19-5, Crossroads League record of 7-5.

Devon Merder opened up play by drilling the first of 11 Huntington threes. It was a sign of what was to come as the Foresters beat the Knights at their own game. Marian entered the contest as the nation`s top three point shooting team (.428) but on this given day, it was the Foresters who cashed in on the long game.

As a team, HU finished 11-for-25 from deep for 44.0 percent while limiting their visitors to just four, nearly half of what they’re accustomed to, on 17 attempts for a clip of 23.5 percent. Merder led the charge by going 3-for-5 from downtown while Hinen and Kyle Platt recorded two apiece.

Huntington`s accuracy beyond the arc made them difficult to defend as they shot nearly 50.0 percent for the game (32-for-65) to score almost 20 points more than the Knights have allowed on average this season. MU is currently ranked 18th in NAIA Division II in points allowed per game (69.0).

No more than a four-point window separated the two teams through the opening ten minutes with HU holding the upper hand except for three ties. Hanging on to a slim 25-24 advantage midway through the frame, the Foresters spent the next five minutes on a 13-2 run to extend the lead to 12. It was a lead they were able to sustain the rest of the period as they headed into intermission up 49-37.

Hinen knocked down all but one of his eight first half field goals to finish with 17 points through the opening 20 minutes to pace HU to their 12-point halftime lead.

The Foresters held onto their double digit advantage for three minutes before the Knights had sliced the lead to seven, 55-48. Just under five minutes later at the 12:26 mark, the difference remained the same, 63-56, but an old-fashioned three-point play and three triples later, the Foresters had built the lead back to a comfortable 75-62 advantage.

Still enjoying a 13-point lead of 80-67 with two-and-a-half minutes remaining, HU had to weather yet one more Marian storm as the Knights reeled off ten of the game`s next 12 points to pull within five, 82-77, with 40 seconds remaining.

It was a free throw contest the rest of the way as Huntington outscored the Knights 6-2 at the line to wrap up the upset.

In addition to Hinen`s game-high 27 points, two other Foresters landed in double digits. Merder tallied a career-high 18 points to go along with a career-best and game-high nine rebounds. Daniel Woll added 15 points which included going 4-for-4 from the charity stripe in game`s final moments.

Dion Smith paced Marian with 20 points and 11 rebounds for the double double. Dwight Cliff and Wesley Stowers recorded 13 and 11 points respectively while Nick Painter came off the bench to add 12.

With just six league games remaining, it`s a race to the top of the conference standings as only four games separate the top seven teams. Saint Francis currently sits atop the league standings with a CL record of 10-2 while IWU (9-3) and Bethel (8-4) slide in at No. 2 and No. 3. Marian and Grace are tied for fourth with 7-5 records while Goshen and HU are one game back at 6-6 in a tie for sixth.

The Foresters will travel to Grace College on Tuesday for a 7:00 p.m. tip-off with the Lancers.



HU Women`s Bball vs Marian Box Scores

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Official Basketball Box Score Huntington (Ind.) vs Marian (IN) 01/30/16 1:00 pm at Indianapolis, IN (PE Center) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VISITORS: Huntington (Ind.) 15-9; 5-7 CL TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 02 Palmer, Miranda..... * 2-9 1-3 1-2 0 5 5 4 6 3 1 1 0 37 03 Hubble, Kelsey...... * 7-16 1-6 4-4 0 2 2 3 19 2 4 0 1 38 05 Trout, Allyson...... * 3-11 1-4 0-0 0 0 0 4 7 2 2 0 2 31 10 Bonnema, Jaclene.... * 5-11 0-0 1-1 2 9 11 2 11 1 3 0 0 38 20 Recker, Amelia...... * 4-14 1-1 2-2 6 6 12 3 11 2 4 0 0 40 04 Richer, Maddie...... 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 22 Krewald, Hailey..... 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 8 44 White, Miranda...... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 TEAM................ 3 3 6 1 Totals.............. 21-62 4-15 10-11 11 25 36 19 56 10 16 1 3 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-34 41.2% 2nd Half: 7-28 25.0% Game: 33.9% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 26.7% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 7-7 100 % 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 90.9% 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOME TEAM: Marian (IN) 21-3; 12-0 CL TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS ## Player Name FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN 01 Jessica Almeida..... * 7-11 0-0 1-1 1 1 2 2 15 3 2 3 1 32 04 Lakan Hasser-Smith.. * 10-16 1-2 6-6 2 2 4 1 27 2 0 1 2 31 11 Joana Soeiro........ * 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 5 5 0 3 5 2 0 2 29 24 Jenna Sullivan...... * 2-6 0-2 0-0 1 7 8 4 4 2 1 1 0 22 25 Anastacia Kirby..... * 2-8 2-3 0-0 1 3 4 2 6 0 2 0 0 20 12 Kellie Kirkhoff..... 2-10 0-3 3-4 0 4 4 1 7 1 1 0 1 29 14 Jaidlin Delph....... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 15 Sarah Brewer........ 0-4 0-3 1-2 0 2 2 1 1 3 1 0 0 11 23 Karen Jones......... 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 31 Katie Ernstberger... 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 33 Sarah Corbin........ 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 34 Dejah Cyrus......... 3-5 0-0 2-2 1 3 4 3 8 0 2 2 0 14 TEAM................ 2 2 4 Totals.............. 27-63 4-14 13-15 9 30 39 15 71 16 13 7 6 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-32 31.3% 2nd Half: 17-31 54.8% Game: 42.9% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 28.6% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 12-13 92.3% 2nd Half: 1-2 50.0% Game: 86.7% 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Officials: James Marable, Andre Rumpus, Troy Ramey Technical fouls: Huntington (Ind.)-None. Marian (IN)-None. Attendance: 453 Score by Periods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Huntington (Ind.)............. 24 13 14 5 - 56 Marian (IN)................... 14 20 17 20 - 71 Points in the paint-HUNT 30,MARIANW 34. Points off turnovers-HUNT 12,MARIANW 20. 2nd chance points-HUNT 12,MARIANW 11. Fast break points-HUNT 4,MARIANW 14. Bench points-HUNT 2,MARIANW 16. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-HUNT 4th-02:12, MARIANW 4th-00:54. Largest lead-HUNT by 16 2nd-06:47, MARIANW by 15 4th-00:54. HUNT led for 25:25. MARIANW led for 11:42. Game was tied for 02:48.



HU Men`s Bball vs. Marian Box Scores

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Date: 1/30/2016 Arena: Platt Arena Time: 3:00 pm City, State: Huntington, IN VISITOR: Marian (Ind.) ( 19-5,7-5) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS NO PLAYER P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP A TO BK S MIN 03 Begle, Caleb * 3 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 7 2 1 0 1 26:27 04 Stowers, Wesley * 4 10 1 4 2 2 2 4 6 0 11 6 2 0 2 32:29 11 Roberts, Chad * 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 14:34 33 Cliff, Dwight * 3 10 0 1 7 7 3 4 7 5 13 0 2 0 0 24:12 44 Smith, Dion * 7 13 0 0 6 10 2 9 11 5 20 5 2 0 1 35:36 13 Neari, Anthony 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0:00 15 Bell, Patrick 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 6 0 1 0 0 13:06 24 Mills, Jake 2 5 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 5 2 1 0 1 22:17 25 Mitchell, Darius 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 14:33 30 Painter, Nick 6 10 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 4 12 1 0 1 0 16:46 TEAM REBOUNDS 3 3 6 0 Team Totals 30 64 4 17 15 19 12 25 37 19 79 17 11 2 7 200 Total FG% - 1st: 16/31 0.516 2nd: 14/33 0.424 Game: 0.469 Deadball 3-PT FG% - 1st: 2/8 0.250 2nd: 2/9 0.222 Game: 0.235 Rebounds Total FT% - 1st: 3/6 0.500 2nd: 12/13 0.923 Game: 0.789 (1,0) HOME: Huntington (Ind.) ( 12-12,6-6) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS NO PLAYER P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP A TO BK S MIN 11 Merder, Devon F 7 10 3 5 1 1 4 5 9 1 18 4 4 0 0 33:17 21 Karazsia, Austin F 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 7 1 4 0 0 23:12 24 Woll, Daniel F 5 16 1 2 4 6 1 4 5 4 15 4 1 3 0 32:30 14 Hartman, Kyle G 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 2 1 0 0 14:32 34 Hinen, Derek G 11 20 2 5 3 3 0 2 2 4 27 6 1 1 3 37:00 1 Rutland, Josh 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 8:44 3 Benedict, Drew 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 6:10 20 Coverstone, Mason 1 4 0 3 0 0 2 2 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 19:07 32 Lockwood, Trevor 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 5 5 4 4 0 0 4 0 12:25 35 Platt, Kyle 2 5 2 5 0 2 1 3 4 1 6 0 0 0 1 13:03 TEAM REBOUNDS 2 0 2 0 Team Totals 32 65 11 25 13 19 12 25 37 19 88 19 12 9 4 200 Total FG% - 1st: 19/33 0.576 2nd: 13/32 0.406 Game: 0.492 Deadball 3-PT FG% - 1st: 8/16 0.500 2nd: 3/9 0.333 Game: 0.440 Rebounds Total FT% - 1st: 3/6 0.500 2nd: 10/13 0.769 Game: 0.684 (2,0) Technical Fouls: MAR (0) : HU (0) OFFICIALS : ATTENDANCE : 0 ENHANCED SCORING FstBrk OffTov Paint 2ndCh Bench Marian (Ind.) 0 13 50 14 26 Huntington (Ind.) 0 11 30 13 18 SCORE BY PERIODS 1st 2nd TOTAL Marian (Ind.) 37 42 79 Huntington (Ind.) 49 39 88 Last FG: Marian (Ind.) 2nd-00:57, Huntington (Ind.) 2nd-02:05 Largest lead: Marian (Ind.) NONE, Huntington (Ind.) by 14 2nd-19:35 Score tied: 3 times, Lead changed: 0 times



HPL Upcoming Events

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

The Huntington Library will hold two Computer Basics classes this March for those who wish to brush up on their computer skills. Tuesday, March 1st at 1pm will be a Computer Basics 101 class, geared towards teaching computer skills such as the various parts, mouse control, navigation, and saving files. Wednesday, March 16th at 5:30pm will feature a Microsoft Word 101 class, where you can learn the basics needed to type, edit, and format a document using Microsoft Word. Registration is encouraged, so to sign up or learn more call 260-356-0824 or email ref@hctpl.info.
Celebrate Indiana`s 200th birthday by participating in the Friends of the Library`s Bicentennial Reading Challenge! Children (and dedicated adults!) are encouraged to read 200 books and adults to read 200 hours between February and December 10th. For every 10 books or hours completed, participants can enter for a monthly prize drawing. Extra entries can be earned by reading books about Indiana or written by Hoosier authors. At the end of the program, a grand prize winner will be drawn from all entries. The reading program kicks off February 10th, so stop by the Huntington or Markle libraries to pick up your reading log and register!
The Huntington Library is located at 255 West Park Drive, Huntington. The Markle Library is at 197 East Morse Street, Markle.



HU Women`s BBall to Host Pink Out Day

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

 The Huntington University women`s basketball team will host its 8th annual Pink Out at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 13 at the University`s Merillat Complex.

Pink Out is an event to raise awareness and resources to advance breast cancer education and research. Proceeds from gate receipts, donations and `pink` popcorn sales will benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

`We are honored to partner with the Huntington University women`s basketball team to fight this disease,` says Lynda Houck, executive director of the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. `The amazing support we receive from our family of committed partners is improving and prolonging lives through the research we support.`

The event, sponsored by Sodexo, will honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors during halftime of the Huntington University vs. Mount Vernon Nazarene University women`s basketball game.

Pink Out is a nationwide initiative of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics sponsored by the Women`s Basketball Coaches Association to support breast cancer research and awareness programs.

In lieu of ticket sales, game-day admission will be exclusively on a donation basis with a suggested contribution of $7 per adult and $2 for children 12 and younger. 

Breast cancer survivors will be honored guests for the game and will be admitted without charge.  At the start of halftime, survivors will be escorted onto the floor for special recognition and presented with a complimentary gift provided by the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

`We encourage you to bring family, friends and breast cancer survivors on Saturday as we `paint the gym pink`(wear pink), honor survivors and raise funds to find a cure,` said Lori Culler, HU women`s basketball head coach.

The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer has contributed $25.7 million to the research being conducted at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. This team is world-renown for its collaborative approach to research-- leading national clinical trials and hosting the world`s only healthy breast tissue bank. Vera Bradley Inc. contributes significantly to the Foundation and additional support comes from a variety of sources including events and individual donations. Vera Bradley`s co-founders began raising funds for a cure after the loss of a dear friend to the disease in 1993. Learn more about the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer visit: http://www.verabradley.org.



Lost in Technology

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and others have changed our world forever with technology.  From social media platforms, emails, CRMs, pinging, texting and voice command software - all connecting us at the speed of light. We are now able to move faster, produce better and be far more efficient than ever before!

Is it possible that we have gotten lost in technology to the degree of neglecting opportunities to interact with other human beings? Look around, are people having conversations and engaging each other in conversation? Are they shaking hands, making eye contact and getting to know each other? It appears they are so engrossed with technology that direct human interactions are being limited. 

How is this effecting business and the labor force? For example, in the HR Industry, limited human interactions, the importance to assess and hire talented individuals based on culture fit has become a top priority.

New research from Deloitte shows that culture, engagement, and employee retention are now the top talent challenges facing business leaders. More than half of the business leaders rated this issue as `urgent` – up from only around 20% last year. In another recent survey (New York Times, May 2015) findings indicated that more than 80 percent of employers worldwide named cultural fit as a top hiring priority. According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the result of poor culture fit due to turnover can cost an organization between 50-60% of the person`s annual salary. 

Mark Clevenger, CEO of Quintegra Resourcing, an Indiana based firm who has served the recruiting needs of a variety of organizations across the United States since 1997 says  `One of the key pillars to building a successful corporate culture begins with the hiring process. Hiring the right people in the right jobs and making sure their values, beliefs, outlooks and behavior are consistent with corporate culture can make an organization more productive and more profitable. Many business leaders may be losing sleep at night wondering if technology alone can assess if a new hire is a good culture fit.`

The digital world has changed the recruitment industry for the better.  Technology has given them the ability to gain immediate access to potential candidates, streamline the hiring process, analyze disc profiles, personality tests and other cool tools.  However, they must be careful not to be so technology driven that they lose the human professional interface that is required to evaluate a candidate`s culture fit.

Mark continues, `Our clients believe so strongly in the power of culture fit that Quintegra recently introduced a new Talent Connection Platform which provides the perfect balance between best in class technology, professional human interaction and good old-fashioned customer service.

Our professional recruiting methodology is rooted in human interaction.  The process consists of a two-step interview to identify whether the candidate is qualified from a technical, interpersonal, behavioral and core capability perspective. The interviews are structured to review in detail the candidate`s background, experience, career goals and motivation for changing jobs.  The entire process is based on the principle of past performance predicts future performance and provides ample opportunity for assessment of culture fit.`

If your organization feels cultural fit is a top priority, you might want to examine your recruiting and hiring process to ensure you have the right professional `human` interaction methodology.  Otherwise, you might end up LOST IN TECHNOLOGY. 
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The name `Quintegra` is derived from two words: Quality and Integrity
These words define who we are. Our clients count on both, and we deliver on this promise every day. Whether helping a company rapidly ramp up or servicing a 10-year outsourcing client, we are trusted partners, continually aiding our clients` business strategies and performance.

Founded in 1997, we are located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our staffing and research teams are distributed throughout North America and bring extensive domain-expertise competencies and client-engagement experience to serve the diverse needs of our clients. For additional information, visit our website at www.quintegra.biz



Pathfinder to Offer Financial Cap. Class

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

 Pathfinder Community Connections, the Community Development division of Pathfinder Services, will be hosting a three part Financial Capabilities Workshop on February 9th, 16th, & 23rd.  The focus is on overall financial wellness with an emphasis on building and improving credit scores to work toward home ownership.  This workshop consists of three sessions of three hours each and is designed for anyone in the community who would like to improve their financial situation. 

The workshop will take place at Pathfinder Community Connections located at 1005 W. Rudisill Blvd., Suite 301 in Fort Wayne (the old Taylor University Campus).

The three sessions will take place from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p,m., February 9th, 16th, & 23rd. Topics for the workshop include:

How credit reporting works and how to achieve a healthier credit score.
Learn to track expenses and identify spending leaks.
Establish financial goals and a spending plan.

The workshop is $60 and pre-registration is required. To register, please contact Sandy Ayers at Pathfinder Community Connections at (260) 456-2385, ext. 3601 or e-mail her at sayers@pathfinderservices.org.  Space is limited so please call today. 

This workshop is made possible through grants received from NeighborWorks America, Lake City Bank, 1st Source Bank, and PNC Bank.

Pathfinder Community Connections is the community development division of Pathfinder Services and was created in 1997. Pathfinder Community Connections is a certified NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center with offices in Huntington and Fort Wayne.  The division guides potential home buyers through the entire process of pre-purchase education, financial capabilities, homebuyer education, loan packaging and closing, post-purchase counseling and foreclosure prevention if needed, free tax preparation, individual development accounts, community building and organization, and an auto buying program. Pathfinder Community Connections serves Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Jay, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Marshall, Noble, St. Joe, Starke, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley Counties. More information can be found online at www.cchomes.org.

Pathfinder Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit comprehensive human and community development organization headquartered in Huntington, where it was founded in 1966. In addition to Huntington County, Pathfinder Services also serves individuals and families in Adams, Allen, Dekalb, Elkhart, Jay, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Marshall, Miami, Noble, St. Joe, Starke, Stueben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley Counties.  More information about Pathfinder Services can be found at www.pathfinderservices.org





Upcoming February Events at HPL

By Pam Sherman
Thursday, February 4th, 2016

The Huntington Library will hold a Writer`s Workshop for children in grades K-3. Library staff will help kids brainstorm ideas and characters, organize their story, and finalize it - including illustrations! Staff will also have information on hand for the annual PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest for those interested in participating. The workshop takes place Saturday, February 27th from 2-3:30pm.
The Huntington Library, in conjunction with Canine Companions, is now accepting signups for the Paws-To-Read Spring sessions. Paws-To-Read allows children to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to a registered therapy dog. Children who participate in Paws-To-Read nationwide show improved reading skills & self-esteem, find reading more enjoyable, and feel more pride in their accomplishments. Sessions will be held free of charge on select Saturday mornings in March and April at the Huntington Main Library. To sign up, call the Youth Services desk at 260-356-2900.



HCCSC Board to Meet Feb. 8, 2016

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

The Huntington County Community School Corporation`s February 8, 2016, 6:00 pm Executive Session, 7:00 pm Regular Meeting, and 7:30 pm Executive Session school board agendas and attachments are now available via the HCCSC web page in BoardDocs at www.hccsc.k12.in.us

 



Director of IN AG Dept. to Speak at HU

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

The Huntington University Foundation breakfast on Wednesday, February 10, will feature Ted McKinney, director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, as he gives updates about the outlook of Indiana agriculture and the impact of the spring 2015 floods.

`This is an exciting time for Indiana agriculture which, as an industry, contributes $25.4 billion to the Hoosier economy and makes up 17 percent of the workforce,` McKinney said. `With our economy and countless families invested in the industry, especially in Huntington, it`s important to understand where the industry is, how we got here and what the future holds for agriculture in our state.`

Dr. Raymie Porter, director for the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies, also will touch on the inaugural year of the university`s agribusiness program and share his goals for the program moving forward.

`I commend Huntington University for bringing together a good agribusiness program and marrying it with the faith component, which is what the university is known for,` McKinney said. `We need to ensure that Indiana`s future leaders in agriculture have the skills necessary to compete on a global scale, and education is a critical component of that.`

McKinney was raised on a family farm in Tipton, Indiana. He was a 10-year 4-H member, a former Indiana State FFA Officer and a graduate of Purdue University where he received a B.S. degree in Agricultural Economics in 1981. During his time at Purdue, he received the G.A. Ross Award as the outstanding senior male graduate, and in 2002, he was named a Purdue Agriculture Distinguished Alumnus.

McKinney brings over 25 years of agriculture leadership experience to his position at the Statehouse, having spent much of that time at Dow AgroSciences and Elanco. He has been the director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture since 2014.

The February Foundation Breakfast featuring McKinney will take place on Wednesday, February 10, at the Habecker Dining Commons with breakfast beginning at 7:30 a.m. and the program starting at 8:00 a.m. and concluding by 9:00 a.m.

The cost of the breakfast is $10, a portion of which will help support local students attending HU through the Huntington County Grant. First-time attendees enjoy a complimentary breakfast courtesy of Bailey-Love Mortuary. The Foundation Breakfast is held on the second Wednesday of each month, October through May, and is open to the public.

Founded in 1938, the Huntington University Foundation exists to support the mission of the university by promoting education and fostering a synergistic relationship between the university and the Huntington County community and surrounding area. 



HU Senior Spotlight: Meet Kelsey Hubble

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016


Hometown: Pendleton, IN
High School: Pendleton Heights
Sport: Basketball                                                                             
Major: Nursing

Favorite Bible verse: 1 Corinthians 16:14

Favorite HU professor: All the nursing professors!
Hidden talent: Cooking
Favorite family vacation growing up: Treasure Island, FL
Highlight of your HU athletic career: Going to Jamaica with the team my sophomore year

What was the highlight of your summer? Going to Gatlinburg, TN with my family and Kalvin!


Why did you choose HU? To be honest, I was just looking for somewhere to play basketball and do nursing, but since being here, I have grown to love the community, the people, and the atmosphere.

What is one of the things you love most about your teammates? That even though we spend two hours a day with each other and sometimes more, we still always have a good time together and are able to pick each other up when one is down!

How has your faith impacted you as an athlete? These past two seasons, the main focus has not been whether we win or lose, but if we are playing in a way that glorifies God. Obviously we always want to win, but sometimes that is not the plan He has for us. This has helped me personally to be okay with having an off night shooting or having a bad game and to not dwell on it as much as I used to.

 



HU Ranked Third for Art and Music

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Huntington University has landed the number three spot on CollegeandSeminary.com`s Top 50 Christian Colleges for Artists and Musicians ranking. This ranking is a welcome nod to the wide variety of program options within HU`s art and music department.

`We are proud of the wide variety of options we offer to students interested in the arts,` said Dr. Lance Clark, division chair for Visual and Performing Arts and professor of DMA Film and Communications. `Any student interested in the fine arts – and that includes everything from graphic design to choral music education to film production to theatre performance and everything in between – can find what they are looking for at HU. The depth of our fine arts options is a value not only to those studying in those areas, but also to those who enjoy the products produced by those programs.`     

The ranking reflects the variety of majors within the degree programs offered. In cases where the degree programs were not expanded into specific disciplines (i.e., vocal and instrumental music programs), the school may have ranked lower on the list. The website noted that music programs include theory, performance, specific instruments and education; art programs include fine arts (paint, sculpture and other media), design, video/film and theater as well as creative writing.

HU offers a variety of unique programs in the visual arts, digital media arts, music and theater departments that encourage students to integrate their Christian faith as they develop their individual talents and engage in contemporary issues. Students receive hands-on experience and top-tier instruction by professors and mentors. A wide range of internships also are available locally and across the nation as students pursue their passions in the real world.

To see the full list of rankings, go to www.collegeandseminary.com/starting-college/top-50-christian-colleges-for-artists-and-musicians/.



IVY Tech NE Regional Board Meeting 2-1

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Notice is hereby given that the Regional Board of Trustees of Ivy Tech Community College Northeast will be holding the following meeting on Coliseum Campus, Lloyd Bridges Boardroom at 3800 North Anthony Boulevard, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805. 

  

Monday, February 1, 2016

 

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm         Regular Regional Board of Trustees Meeting (open to the public)  

 

                                               The Regional Trustees will hold a regular meeting on Coliseum Campus in the Lloyd Bridges Boardroom located at 3800 North Anthony Boulevard, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805 to consider and take action on such items as may be brought before them.   



"The Birth of Jesus"

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Healing Waters Ministries of Majencia
presents  " The Birth Of Jesus"
on Friday Dec. 12, 2014 at 6pm.
 
We will have refreshments before
and after the play.
 
Please come and enjoy this time of fellowship
and enjoy the play  All are welcome.



Holiday Activities 2014 at St. Mary

By Lamont Neal
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Saint Mary Church at 903 N. Jefferson Street has announced their Christmas and New Year’s schedule.  On December 24 at 5:15 p.m. will be the Children’s Christmas Mass.  We will have Midnight Mass at midnight and again at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.  On December 31, New Year’s Eve, Mass will be at 5:15 p.m. and again on New Year’s Day at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.  Everyone is invited to attend.  For more information, please contact the Church Office at 356-4398.



Union Church welcomes Dr. Hines

By Lamont Neal
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Union Church is pleased to announce that Dr. Rick Hines will begin serving as Senior Pastor November 3, 2014.  His first weekend in the pulpit will be Saturday November 8th at The Vine Campus located at 44 Vine Street, Huntington Indiana at 6:00PM and Sunday morning November 9th at Union Church 3688E 400N, 10:00AM.
Dr. Hines grew up in Roanoke, IN. Immediately after graduating from Huntington North High School he attended ITT Technical Institute and graduated with an A.A. degree in Electronics. His work experiences included time at the Arctic Circle, as well as G.E. Fort Wayne
After those experiences, Rick followed God’s leading to Columbia Bible College in South Carolina.  It was there he met and married his wife, Margaret.
Upon graduation from Columbia Bible College, Rick attended Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, IN, graduating with a M.A. in Biblical Counseling and a Master of Divinity.
Following Grace Seminary he ministered at a small church in Michigan City, IN for five years. During this time he began to investigate church planting. The opportunity finally came in Manitowoc, WI where in April 1996 Hope Community Church was birthed. During Rick’s tenure Hope experienced three building campaigns and the addition of multiple staff. The church experienced tremendous growth and eventually reached Sunday attendance of 800 people.
While Rick was in Wisconsin he furthered his education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL where he obtained both an M.A. in Bioethics and a Doctor of Ministry degree.
 Most recently he has been pastoring in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.
Rick and Margaret, have two sons, Glen and Alex. Rick enjoys reading, eating out and the martial arts. 
 
Union Church is excited about what God is doing.  The education and experience that Pastor Rick brings to our church will enrich our desire to love God and love people.  We invite you to come and worship with us! For more information on the ministry of Union Church visit www.unionchurchin.org or call the church office at 260-758-2550.
 



2014 Mt. Etna UM Church Bazaar

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, September 21st, 2014

Mark your calendars and start making those Christmas lists.  You won’t want to miss Mt. Etna United Methodist Church’s Annual Bazaar.  The Bazaar will be held on Sat. Oct 25th 2014, from 9AM – 2PM.  Again this year we have opened are doors to outside vendors to allow for a much larger array of gifts.  25 Vendors have already responded. Some of this year’s crafts and gifts include:   Jewelry, Candles, Pet toys, Craft supplies from Cozy Creations from Marion, IN., Women & Children clothing by “Uniquely Yours” and “Sewing Circle” Wreaths, Grave Saddles, Photo note cards, Baby items, Thirty-one Bags, Scentsy, Christmas ornaments, Book Singing, Plastic Bag Rugs, Mary Kay  and much more.
In addition, the United Methodist Women will be selling their famous homemade pies, noodles, Soup and many other baked goods. And yes, there will be pumpkin rolls that you can freeze and keep for Thanksgiving.  
In the morning there will be rolls and coffee for a free – will donation.  The church Youth will be serving a luncheon to help defray the costs of camp.  There will be a free drawing for a lovely door prize.
Believe me you won’t want to miss out on this event. Come for the Food, Fun, and Fellowship.
There are a limited number of vendor openings still available.  Call 260-375-3071 if interested in renting a space.
The church is located at the corner of State Roads 9 and 124 in Mt Etna, In



RCIA to being Sept. 4th

By Lamont Neal
Saturday, July 12th, 2014

If you have ever considered the Catholic Church as your way of life, the RCIA may be for you.  The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the process whereby: 1) adults who wish to be baptized in the Catholic Faith and receive the Sacraments of Confirmation and the Eucharist, or 2) those who have been baptized into another Christian faith tradition and desire to become members of the Catholic Faith, or 3) those who have been baptized as Catholics and have not received the Sacraments of Eucharist or Confirmation, are led through a series of instructions and prayer in a group setting.  Our weekly sessions will be held at Saint Mary Catholic Church on Wednesday evenings, beginning September 4th from 6-7:30 p.m. in Assumption Hall located at 903 N. Jefferson Street.  Please note that an initial interview of each person interested in RCIA should be completed prior to September 4th.  For more information, please contact Dan DeLaGrange at the Church Office at 356-4398.



Library`s annual Teen Chess Tournament

By Lamont Neal
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

The Huntington City-Township Public Library will hold its annual Teen Chess Tournament January 20th and 27th. From 6-8pm Tuesday, January 20th, teens grades 6-12 are invited to the Huntington Main Library for a chess instructional class from John Martinez and Kevin McCracken. The tournament itself will take place from 6-8pm Tuesday, January 27th, with participants divided into Beginner and Experienced groups. The tournament is free to participants, and snacks will be provided. Registration is requested, so please call 356-2900 to sign up. The Huntington Main Library is located at 255 West Park Drive, Huntington.



Virginia Miller Award Presented

By Lamont Neal
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

 The Huntington County Historical Museum recently handed out the Virginia Miller award to Dr. Todd Martin & Dr. Jeffrey B. Webb, both of Huntington. The award is presented annually to a person or persons for their interest and outstanding contribution to the preservation of local history. Both Todd & Jeff are the authors of the “Images of America Huntington” book.



Area Beef Meeting Set for January 7

By Lamont Neal
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Beef producers are invited to attend an upcoming meeting hosted by the Indiana Beef Cattle Association (IBCA) and Purdue University Extension. This meeting will take place on Wednesday January 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Columbia City, IN at the Eagle’s Nest on 125 S. Glen Trail.

            The meeting will feature great food and valuable information on beef issues from a Purdue Extension specialist.  IBCA will provide an update on policy and programs. 

If you would like to attend the Area XI beef meeting, please RSVP by calling the Huntington County Extension Office at 260-358-4826 or via e-mail (emfarris@purdue.edu ) by January 5.  Note that the counties in Area XI include Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wells and Whitley.

Cattle producers can keep up with the latest beef industry news on the Purdue Animal Sciences Beef Blog at http://www.thebeefblog.com/ . It includes timely news, issues, and management tips that have the potential to affect the beef business and decision-making process.  This blog was created by the Purdue Beef Team as an educational forum for beef producers and Extension educators.

For more information, contact Ed Farris, Agriculture and Natural Resource Educator, Purdue Extension – Huntington County Office, 354 N Jefferson – Suite 202, Huntington by calling 260-358-4826.



State 4-H Scholarships due January 15

By Lamont Neal
Saturday, December 13th, 2014

Huntington County 4-H members looking for financial assistance with upcoming post-high school educational efforts are encouraged to apply for state 4-H scholarships.  Available scholarships include:
• Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Year Scholarship – 4-Hers who are currently high school seniors may apply for a scholarship of a minimum $250.  These funds can used towards any post high school training or degree of study and does not have to be in Indiana.
• Indiana 4-H Club Scholarship – High school seniors planning to attend Purdue University, West Lafayette campus, and studying a degree program in the College of Agriculture or Health & Human Services may apply.  This scholarship is based on financial need, along with scholastic ability and achievement in 4-H club work and covers a large portion of tuition fees.
• Indiana 4-H Youth Accomplishment Resume – 4-H members who are in the 10th grade or older may apply for a minimum $1000 scholarship.  Application is based upon a cover letter and résumé which outlines the skills and knowledge gained through the 4-H program at the local, area, and state level.
These three scholarship opportunities each have an application deadline of January 15th.  Eligible 4-H members must submit their application in an electronic form to the Purdue Extension-Huntington County office by the deadline of January 15th.  More information and scholarship applications are available at http://www.four-h.purdue.edu/ind_4h/scholarships.cfm#.
       
For more information, contact Julia Miller, jwickert@purdue.edu or 260-358-4826 at the Purdue Extension – Huntington County Office located in the County Courthouse Annex Building, 354 N Jefferson Street – Suite 202, Huntington.



4-H Events December 7-20, 2014

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Date Activity/Meeting Time & Location

12/8 Best-N-All & We Raise Em’ 7 pm, Warren United Church of Christ
12/10 T-Bone Club 6:30 pm, Salamonie School Gym 
12/11 Hoosier Boosters 7 pm, Annex Building
12/11 Junior Leader’s 5 pm, The Heritage of Huntington
12/13 Junior Leader Community Service 5 pm, Wal-Mart
12/14 Pork Chop Club 3 pm, First Baptist Church, Warren

It is the policy of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex,



Should You Be a "Hands-on" Investor?

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, July 20th, 2014

If you want to send your children or grandchildren to college, retire comfortably and achieve other important life goals, you will have to invest — it’s that simple. But the process of investing can sometimes seem anything but simple. What can you do to gain confidence that you are making the right investment moves?
The answer may depend on how involved you want to be with your investment decisions. Initially, you might think that you would like to be totally “hands on.” After all, how you save and invest your money is unquestionably a highly personal matter. And once you start exploring the investment world, you may find it fascinating, as it entails virtually every human endeavor imaginable: business, politics, science, the environment, and so on. But if you want to completely run your own show, you will need to put in a lot of work — such as studying the financial markets, staying up-to-date on changing investment environments and monitoring your portfolio to make sure it is still appropriate for your financial needs and goals.
Most people find that they do not have the time or expertise to manage this investment process on their own, which is why they turn to professional financial advisors. The key advantage in working with an advisor is that he or she knows your risk tolerance, goals and family situation, and can help you create a personalized, long-term investment strategy. A good financial advisor will communicate with you regularly and make recommendations. A financial advisor can offer you a variety of strategies and types of investments — such as stocks, bonds and mutual funds — to help you work toward your goals. Ultimately, though, you will be the one to make the “buy” or “sell” decisions.
Some investors prefer to leave even the buy-and-sell decisions to professionals. Most financial advisors offer advisory programs that take care of this for you. With these programs, you choose a professionally managed portfolio of investments. The programs typically offer a wide range of portfolios, so you can choose one that`s appropriate based on your needs, goals and risk tolerance. Each portfolio contains a broad range of investments that are selected by professional analysts and represent a variety of asset classes. Advisory programs also offer a sophisticated rebalancing process designed to keep your assets allocated appropriately, which can help keep you on track toward your specific financial goals.
Whether you choose to make your own decisions in consultation with a financial advisor or to invest in an advisory program — or both — you really should learn as much as possible about your investments. Whichever method you decide is best for you, remember that investing involves risk, and investment performance is never guaranteed. So make sure you’re asking the right questions, such as: What are the risk characteristics? How has a particular investment vehicle performed relative to others in its category? What are the tax implications of owning and selling a specific investment vehicle? What are the costs and fees associated with each choice?
            As you may have heard many times, knowledge is power — and that’s certainly true in the investment arena.
 
 
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

Scott Atkinson
2859 Northpark Ave, Suite 108
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-0117
scott.atkinson@edwardjones.com
https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=433923

 


JIM DITZLER
2808 THEATER AVE, SUITE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-1156
jim.ditzler@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=920122

 


CHUCK HARRIS
2859 NORTHPARK AVE SUITE 108
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-0117
chuck.harris@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=466474

 

NICOLE JOHNSON
1924 N JEFFERSON ST
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7247
nicole.johnson@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=429143

 


Trent McBride
2835 Guilford St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4112
trent.mcbride@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=513714

 

JIM SCHEIBER
340 NORTHPOINT AVENUE STE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7196http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=617324
jim.scheiber@edwardjones.com

 

JIM WARNER
110 W SECOND ST
ROANOKE, IN 46783
260-672-2624
jim.warner@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=747052 

 



Women Must Know What to Expect

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, July 6th, 2014

Everyone needs to be aware of the financial resources they will have available in retirement. But if you’re a woman, you must be particularly diligent, for a variety of reasons. And that means you’ll need to know just what to expect from Social Security.
            Why should you, as a woman, pay extra attention to Social Security? For one thing, women often take time off from their careers to care for children and older parents, so they may accumulate less money in employer-sponsored retirement accounts, such as 401(k) plans. And women still live several years longer than men, according to the Census Bureau.
Clearly, then, you need to get the most you can from Social Security. To do so, you will need to consider at least three key factors:
            • Age — You can start taking retirement benefits as early as 62, but your benefits may be reduced by up to 30% unless you wait until your “full retirement age,” which is likely 66 or 67. If you delay taking benefits until 70, your monthly benefits may be up to a third larger than if you started collecting Social Security at your full retirement age. You’ll need to weigh a variety of factors — such as family longevity, income from employer-sponsored retirement plans and your anticipated financial needs — in determining when you should start taking Social Security.
• Employment — If you work while receiving Social Security benefits before you reach full retirement age, your benefits will be reduced by $1 for every $2 you earn over an annual limit, which generally increases each year. In the year you reach full retirement age, your benefits will be reduced by $1 for every $3 you earn over the limit before your birthday. But once you reach full retirement age, your benefits will no longer be adjusted for earned income.
• Marital status — As a spouse, you can generally receive Social Security payments based on your own earnings record or collect a spousal benefit of up to 50% of your husband`s Social Security benefit. The benefit will be reduced if you start taking it before your full retirement age. To start collecting Social Security spousal benefits, you must be at least 62 years old and your husband must also have filed for his own benefits. If you’re divorced, and you’re not currently married, you can generally receive benefits on your ex-husband’s Social Security record, as long as you meet certain conditions. (For example, you had to have been married to your ex-husband for at least 10 years.)
            No matter how much Social Security you ultimately receive, it’s almost certainly not going to be enough to provide all the income you’ll need. So during your working years, try to contribute as much as you can, for as long as you can, to your IRA and your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan. At the same time, look for other investment opportunities. And when you reach retirement, create a withdrawal strategy that allows you to stretch out the income you receive from your investments for as long as you can. 
            By saving and investing as much as possible during your working years, maximizing your Social Security payments and carefully managing your financial assets when you’re retired, you can help improve your chances of enjoying the retirement lifestyle you deserve. 
 
This information is believed to be reliable, but investors should rely on information from the Social Security Administration before making a decision on when to take Social Security benefits. It is general information and not meant to cover all scenarios. Your situation may be different, so be sure to discuss this with the Social Security Administration prior to taking benefits.   
 
 This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

 

Scott Atkinson
2859 Northpark Ave, Suite 108
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-0117
scott.atkinson@edwardjones.com
https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=433923

 


JIM DITZLER
2808 THEATER AVE, SUITE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-1156
jim.ditzler@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=920122

 


CHUCK HARRIS
2859 NORTHPARK AVE SUITE 108
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-0117
chuck.harris@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=466474

 

NICOLE JOHNSON
1924 N JEFFERSON ST
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7247
nicole.johnson@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=429143

 


Trent McBride
2835 Guilford St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4112
trent.mcbride@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=513714

 

JIM SCHEIBER
340 NORTHPOINT AVENUE STE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7196http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=617324
jim.scheiber@edwardjones.com

 

JIM WARNER
110 W SECOND ST
ROANOKE, IN 46783
260-672-2624
jim.warner@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=747052 



Could You Afford to Live to 100?

By Lamont Neal
Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

Here’s an interesting statistic: Over the past three decades, the centenarian population in the United States has grown about 66%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a good chance of living to 100 — but the possibility may not be as remote as it once was. In any case, if you do plan to retire in your mid-60s, and you are in good health, you may well have two, or even three, decades ahead of you. To enjoy this time to the fullest — and to help prevent the possibility of outliving your financial resources — you will need to invest for income and growth throughout your retirement years.
            As a retiree, how much income do you need from your investments? There’s no one “right”
percentage for everyone. Furthermore, you shouldn’t have to rely solely on your investment portfolio, because you may have other sources — such as Social Security and potentially your employer-sponsored retirement plan — from which to draw income. Nonetheless, your investments can play a big role in providing you with the income you’ll need during retirement.
             Many retirees depend on fixed-rate investments for a good portion of their retirement income — so it’s a real challenge when interest rates are low, as they have been for the past several years. Consequently, when you retire, you’ll certainly need to be aware of the interest-rate environment and the income you can expect from these investments. Longer-term fixed-rate vehicles may be tempting, as they typically offer higher rates than shorter-term ones, but these longer-term investments may have more price fluctuation and inflation risk than shorter-term investments. Ultimately, you’ll likely need a balance between short-, intermediate- and long-term fixed-income investments to provide for a portion of your income in retirement.
            While it’s important to invest for income, you can’t ignore the need for growth — because you won’t want to lose purchasing power to inflation. As you know, we’ve experienced quite mild inflation recently. But over time, even a low rate of inflation can seriously erode your purchasing power. To illustrate: If your current monthly costs are $3,000, they will be about $4,000 in 10 years with only a 3% annual inflation rate. And in 25 years at that same rate, your monthly costs will have more than doubled, to about $6,200. To help protect yourself against inflation risk, you should consider having at least some investments that offer growth potential, rather than only owning fixed-income vehicles. And some investment vehicles, such as dividend-paying stocks, can offer both growth potential and current income. In fact, some stocks have paid, and even increased, their dividends for many years in a row, giving you not just income, but rising income. (Keep in mind, though, that companies are not obligated to pay dividends, and can reduce or discontinue them at any time.)
            To determine the right mix of growth and income vehicles for your individual needs, consult with a financial advisor who is familiar with your retirement plans, your risk tolerance and your family situation. And it may well be a good idea to plan for a very long retirement. You may not live to be 100 — but it would be a good feeling to know that you could afford to do so.  
  
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

Scott Atkinson
2859 Northpark Ave, Suite 108
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-0117
scott.atkinson@edwardjones.com
https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=433923

 


JIM DITZLER
2808 THEATER AVE, SUITE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-1156
jim.ditzler@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=920122

 


CHUCK HARRIS
2859 NORTHPARK AVE SUITE 108
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-0117
chuck.harris@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=466474

 

NICOLE JOHNSON
1924 N JEFFERSON ST
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7247
nicole.johnson@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=429143

 


Trent McBride
2835 Guilford St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4112
trent.mcbride@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=513714

 

JIM SCHEIBER
340 NORTHPOINT AVENUE STE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7196http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=617324
jim.scheiber@edwardjones.com

 

JIM WARNER
110 W SECOND ST
ROANOKE, IN 46783
260-672-2624
jim.warner@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=747052



Watch for Risk of Muni

By Lamont Neal
Friday, June 6th, 2014

Are you thinking of investing in municipal bonds? If so, you may have good reason, particularly if you are in one of the higher tax brackets. After all, municipal bond interest payments typically are exempt from federal income taxes, and possibly state and local income taxes, too — although some “munis” are subject to the alternative minimum tax. However, since not all municipal bonds are the same, you’ll want to know the differences — especially in terms of risk.
            Municipal bonds, like corporate bonds, essentially face two types of risk: interest rate risk and default risk. Interest rate risk becomes clear when market interest rates rise, causing the value of your existing municipal bonds to fall. No one will pay you full price for your bonds when newly issued bonds carry a higher rate — so if you plan on selling bonds before they mature, you risk losing principal. You can largely ignore this type of risk simply by holding your bonds until maturity, at which point you will receive the face value back, provided the issuer doesn’t default.
            And that brings us to the second type of risk: default risk. Historically, municipal bond default rates have been much lower than those of corporate bonds, particularly lower-quality bonds. But different types of municipal bonds carry different levels of default risk. Here’s a quick look at the two main categories of municipals and their risk characteristics:
                • General obligation bonds — General obligation bonds generally finance projects of a municipality. A general obligation bond issuer is required to do everything in its power, including raising new taxes, to ensure that interest payments are paid on time and in full. This requirement helps support the creditworthiness of general obligation bonds.
• Revenue bonds — Revenue bonds, which finance schools, hospitals, utilities, airports, affordable housing and other public works, are paid by dedicated streams of revenue. For example, revenues generated by the sewer system pay the interest on a sewer system revenue bond. Because revenue bonds have more restricted revenue streams than general obligation bonds, they are generally viewed to be riskier. To compensate for the added risk, revenue bonds usually pay a higher rate of interest than general obligation bonds.
When studying the risk factors of revenue bonds, you also have to consider the type of revenue bond involved. For example, some sectors, such as housing and health care, may be more volatile, as are some industrial revenue bonds. (These bonds, which are generally used to support a specific project, such as a new manufacturing facility, are sponsored by a government entity — but the proceeds go to a private, for-profit business.)
Of course, when evaluating the risk potential of municipal bonds, you don’t have to rely on guesswork. The major bond rating agencies — Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch — review municipal bonds to determine their creditworthiness. There are no guarantees, but by sticking with the bonds that are “investment grade,” you can help reduce the risk of owning a bond that goes into default.
Municipal bonds can be valuable additions to your portfolio. Besides providing income that’s free of federal taxes, these bonds offer you a chance to help support valuable projects in your community. But, as we’ve seen, different “munis” have different risk factors — so make sure you know exactly what type of bond you’re purchasing before you write the check.
 
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

Scott Atkinson
2859 Northpark Ave, Suite 108
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-0117
scott.atkinson@edwardjones.com
https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=433923

 


JIM DITZLER
2808 THEATER AVE, SUITE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-1156
jim.ditzler@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=920122

 


CHUCK HARRIS
2859 NORTHPARK AVE SUITE 108
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-0117
chuck.harris@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=466474

 

NICOLE JOHNSON
1924 N JEFFERSON ST
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7247
nicole.johnson@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=429143

 


Trent McBride
2835 Guilford St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4112
trent.mcbride@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=513714

 

JIM SCHEIBER
340 NORTHPOINT AVENUE STE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7196http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=617324
jim.scheiber@edwardjones.com

 

JIM WARNER
110 W SECOND ST
ROANOKE, IN 46783
260-672-2624
jim.warner@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=747052



Free Yourself from Emotional Investing

By Lamont Neal
Friday, May 23rd, 2014

            In many areas of your life, you’re probably aware that it’s useful to keep emotions out of your decision-making — and that’s certainly the case with investing. However, it can be difficult to keep your feelings from influencing your investment decisions. But you may find it easier to invest with your head, rather than your heart, if you know a little something about two different cycles: the market cycle and your emotional cycle. 
            Let’s start with the market cycle. If you’ve been investing for a while, you’re aware (probably highly aware) that the financial markets are rarely static — they are always moving up and down, at least in the short term. (Over the very long term, a period of many decades, the markets have trended up.) But these short-term movements, while perhaps appearing as “zigs” and “zags” on a daily basis, actually form a pattern, or a cycle, that can last for months or years. These cycles are known as bull (up) or bear (down) markets. Going back to the Great Depression, the average bear market has lasted 21 months, while the average bull market has extended for 57 months, according to research from Standard and Poor’s Index Services.
            These market cycles greatly influence investors’ attitudes and behavior. In fact, they lead to the formation of investors’ emotional cycles. During bull markets, investors tend to feel optimism, excitement and even euphoria. But once a bull market ends and a bear market begins, investors start getting nervous. And the longer and deeper the bear market, the greater the depth of emotion felt by investors. These emotions can begin as anxiety and then progress to denial, fear, desperation and panic.
            Furthermore, market cycles and emotional cycles don’t really align. For example, investors may well experience euphoria when the market has reached its high point and a bear market has just begun. For a while, then, these investors, fueled by their euphoric feelings over the big gains they’ve achieved, may continue pouring money into the market, even as it’s declining. This type of behavior, though, is probably better suited for when the market is already at a low, when investors’ dollars will buy more shares. Conversely, investors may reach the peak of their fearfulness at the end of a bear market, just when things are about to turn around. At this point, their fear may hold them back from investing — even though, with prices low, it can be a good time to invest. Clearly, basing investment decisions on emotions can lead to poor choices.
            So don’t get caught up in this pattern. Instead, strive to follow a disciplined approach to investing. Build an investment portfolio that reflects your objectives, risk tolerance and time horizon, and seek to hold appropriate investments for the long term. Of course, you may well need to make adjustments along the way, but do it for the right reasons — such as a change in your goals or in the investments themselves — rather than as a reaction to the current market cycle.
            Our emotions are powerful, and their power can increase when applied to such a meaningful aspect of our life as our finances. But if you can detach yourself, as much as possible, from the emotional cycle of investing, you can avoid considerable angst — while helping clear the path to pursue your goals. 
 
This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

Scott Atkinson
2859 Northpark Ave, Suite 108
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-0117
scott.atkinson@edwardjones.com
https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=433923

 


JIM DITZLER
2808 THEATER AVE, SUITE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-1156
jim.ditzler@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=920122

 


CHUCK HARRIS
2859 NORTHPARK AVE SUITE 108
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-0117
chuck.harris@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=466474

 

NICOLE JOHNSON
1924 N JEFFERSON ST
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7247
nicole.johnson@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=429143

 


Trent McBride
2835 Guilford St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4112
trent.mcbride@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=513714

 

JIM SCHEIBER
340 NORTHPOINT AVENUE STE A
HUNTINGTON, IN 46750
260-356-7196http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=617324
jim.scheiber@edwardjones.com

 

JIM WARNER
110 W SECOND ST
ROANOKE, IN 46783
260-672-2624
jim.warner@edwardjones.com
http://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=747052



Jail Bookings Jan 28-Feb 2, 2016

By Pam Sherman
Thursday, February 4th, 2016

NECKERT,ELIZABETH MICH - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/28/2016 0134 F 20 01/28/2016 0102 000020130381
220 GREEN ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS NARCOTIC DRUG
Additional Charges:DR POSS NARCOT 1 Count | TH THEFT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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MEDINA,RYNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/29/2016 0923 M 29 03/25/1986 W 01/29/2016 0857 000020140452
200 CIRCLE DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFEN
Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 1 Count |
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BARRUS,ANDREW WAYNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/29/2016 1022 M 27 10/11/1988 W 01/29/2016 0900 000020060478
1180 N 408 W
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BURGLARY
Additional Charges:BURGLARY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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VAUGHT,ANDREW T - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/29/2016 1110 M 57 04/23/1958 W 01/29/2016 1100 000020160027
2737 ALLEN COUNTY JAIL 171
FORT WAYNE IN 46818 TH CONVERSION 01/29/2016
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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BROWN,BRADLEY DAVIS - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/29/2016 1752 M 22 08/11/1993 W 01/29/2016 1721 000020120021
675 INDIANA STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 VA CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 02/01/2016
Additional Charges:VA CRIMINAL MI 1 Count | TP RESIDENTIAL 1 Count | TR NEVER LICEN 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
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VELEZ,ANTONIO RAMON - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/29/2016 2037 M 27 11/25/1988 W 01/29/2016 1925 000020150070
277 S MARKET STREET
ANDREWS IN 46702 BA DOMESTIC BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA DOMESTIC BA 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
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JONES,DORSHAN MALAYA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/30/2016 1817 F 31 03/12/1984 B 01/30/2016 1744 000020160028
4240 VILLAGE PARKWAY CIR 9
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46254 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PR 02/01/2016

Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
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NORMAN,RITA JANENNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/30/2016 1951 F 32 02/11/1983 W 01/30/2016 1907 000020110402
742 E WASHINGTON ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/30/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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VANNESS,FRANK L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/30/2016 2105 M 35 03/06/1980 W 01/30/2016 1905 000020020530
142 7TH ST
ROANOKE IN 46783 BA BATTERY 02/01/2016
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON HUNTINGTON CO
JULIE BOWERS / -
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SHOEMAKER,JOSEPH WAYN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/31/2016 0025 M 41 01/01/1975 W 01/31/2016 0025 000020020828
318 N MAIN ST
WARREN IN 46792 DR PUBLIC INTOXICATION 02/02/2016
Additional Charges:DR PUBLIC INTO 1 Count |
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MYERS,STONE A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/31/2016 0705 M 18 10/01/1997 W 01/31/2016 0705 000020160029
331 CIRCLE DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR MINOR POSSESSION ALCOH 02/01/2016
Additional Charges:DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count | DR PUBLIC INTO 1 Count |
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PARKER,EVA MARIA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/31/2016 1624 F 20 12/23/1995 W 01/31/2016 1605 000020160030
208 CATHOLIC STREET P.O.
PIERCETON IN 46562 TR NEVER LICENSED
Additional Charges:TR NEVER LICEN 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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BOWEN,KYLE R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/31/2016 2307 M 30 11/16/1985 W 01/31/2016 2307 000020090172
806 ESTHER
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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SHAW,AUSTIN TODD - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 0833 M 21 03/16/1994 W 02/01/2016 0815 000020130372
2460 W 900S
WARREN IN 46792 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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DOWNEY,TAYLOR LEE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 1049 M 23 07/16/1992 W 02/01/2016 0830 000020120071
735 WRIGHT ST

HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 02/01/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
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GUAJARDO,ANGELICA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 1337 F 39 10/19/1976 W 01/01/2016 0830 000020150189
10901 MARBADO CT
LOUISVILLE KY 40229 BA DOMESTIC BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA DOMESTIC BA 1 Count |
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DART,JENNIFER SUE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 1440 F 29 10/28/1986 W 02/01/2016 0830 000020150454
711 FLAWERENCE AVE
FORT WAYNE IN 46808 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
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VOGLEMAN,DAMEK - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 1755 M 20 06/10/1995 W 02/01/2016 1531 000020150319
436 E MARKET ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | DR FURNISHING 1 Count | DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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KEYSER,CASEY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 02/01/2016 2211 M 29 06/07/1986 W 02/01/2016 2150 000020140315
1453 FRUIT STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO BODY ATTACHMENT
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 1 Count |



Jail Bookings Jan 21-Jan 28, 2016

By Pam Sherman
Thursday, February 4th, 2016

FORWARD,JONATHON DAVI - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/21/2016 0959 M 58 09/07/1957 W 01/21/2016 0959 000020140432
384 W 1000 S
WARREN IN 46792 DR POSS CONTROLLED SUBSTA
Additional Charges:DR POSS CONTRO 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
FINANCIAL PROBATION IN TN
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GEORGE,DALONTE LEVON - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/21/2016 2155 M 22 05/19/1993 B 01/21/2016 2115 000020160015
3672 MIDDLEFIELD DR
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46222 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count | TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | TR NO INSURANC 1 Count |
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MOODY,CIARA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 0219 F 21 06/04/1994 W 01/22/2016 0206 000020160017
836 HENRY ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION 01/22/2016
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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REX,JESSICA RAE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 0944 F 33 06/18/1982 W 01/22/2016 0930 000020160018
1107 E MULBERRY ST
KOKOMO IN 46902 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/22/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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CONLEY,MATTHEW - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 1052 M 43 01/23/1972 W 01/22/2016 0942 000020120283

HUNTINGTON IN 46750 FR CHECK DECEPTION
Additional Charges:FR CHECK DECEP 1 Count | TH RECEIVING S 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
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PHILLIPS,CHRISTOPHER - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 1547 M 31 12/17/1984 B 01/22/2016 1521 000020160019
1930 HOBSON RD D-107
FORT WAYNE IN 46805 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/22/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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KIPP,PAYTON KELSEY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 1851 F 19 04/26/1996 W 01/22/2016 1840 000020160020
343 E FRANKLIN STREET 1
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION 01/25/2016
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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MILLER,PAUL A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/22/2016 2350 M 59 11/08/1956 W 01/22/2016 2350 000020160021
1227 EDWIN ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/23/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | DR POSS CONTRO 1 Count |

Run: 28-JAN-2016 8:12 HUNTINGTON CO SHERIFF Page: 2
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WARD,ADAM JASON NICHO - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/23/2016 0444 M 28 10/15/1987 W 01/23/2016 0444 000020060145
755 KINTZ
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/26/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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MCQUEEN,MELISSA S - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/23/2016 1921 F 27 01/03/1989 W 01/23/2016 1857 000020160009
352 ETNA AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO BODY ATTACHMENT 01/27/2016
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 3 Counts|
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GRAHAM,JOSHUA L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/24/2016 0420 M 24 03/21/1991 W 01/24/2016 0420 000020160023
508 N LAFONTAINE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/24/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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JOHNSON,ANDREW NILES - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/24/2016 1806 M 38 09/22/1977 W 01/24/2016 1525 000020160024
3119 BOWSTRING PASS
FORT WAYNE IN 46808 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 3 Counts|
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TIPSORD,CHRISTIAN ROB - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/24/2016 2214 M 21 11/15/1994 W 01/24/2016 1855 000020150341
1420 GROVE DR
FT WAYNE IN 46825 TH CONVERSION 01/25/2016
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
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LOCKWOOD,JEFFREY ALLE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 0021 M 36 02/05/1979 W 01/24/2016 1943 000020120414
1011 BYRON STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CONTEMPT OF COURT 01/27/2016
Additional Charges:CONTEMPT OF CO 1 Count |
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DENMAN,BRADLEY A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 0830 M 22 07/11/1993 W 01/25/2016 0830 000020110380
647 WHITELOCK ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON Unknown Code
JULIE BOWERS / -
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DETTMAR,BRENT ALAN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 0830 M 30 08/09/1985 W 01/25/2016 0830 000020140435
211 E VERMONT AVENUE
WHITE PIGEON MI 49099 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/26/2016
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HAUFF,MASON A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 0830 M 18 03/07/1997 W 01/25/2016 0830 000020150370
4868 W 800 NORTH
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
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WILBURN,ETHAN WILLIAM - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 1519 M 24 05/10/1991 W 01/25/2016 0830 000020150026
309 N MAIN
WARREN IN 46792 SE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT W/MI
Additional Charges:SE SEXUAL MISC 1 Count |
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FINTON,JANNA MARIE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 1746 F 23 04/16/1992 W 01/25/2016 0830 000020110295
301 W HIGH ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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LOUBERT,JUSTIN DAVID - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/25/2016 2057 M 22 02/10/1993 U 01/25/2016 2012 000020160026
9928 SERPENTINE CV
FORT WAYN IN 46804 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PE
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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EASTHOM,PUNKY N - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 0855 F 20 08/15/1995 W 01/26/2016 0830 000020150362
222 WABASH CIRCLE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INTIMIDATION
Additional Charges:CO INTIMIDATIO 1 Count |
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ENGELMAN,JOHN D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 0952 M 33 07/11/1982 W 01/26/2016 0830 000020130117
416 WILLIAM STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PR 01/26/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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BATES,JOEY W - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 1248 M 43 08/29/1972 W 01/26/2016 0830 000020050172
1928 CAMDEN CT
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFEN 01/27/2016
Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HOME DETENTION/ALLEN CO ALLEN COUNTY
NICOLE SMITH/AAP / -

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HARVEY,SCOTT ALLEN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 1334 M 35 10/07/1980 W 01/26/2016 0830 000020150096
6809 S 500 WEST
WARREN IN 46792 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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MORGAN,SHARON JANE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 1616 F 53 05/05/1962 W 01/26/2016 1445 000020150193
829 LEOPOLD ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 FR FORGERY
Additional Charges:FR FORGERY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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CRAFT,TIMMY R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/26/2016 1822 M 47 01/20/1969 W 01/26/2016 1330 000020150277
1171 ELM ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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WODOCK,JOSEPH A II - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/27/2016 0845 M 22 12/17/1993 W 01/27/2016 0845 000020150259
1810 TECUMSEH ST
FORT WAYNE IN 46825 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
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KING,NICHOLAS W - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/27/2016 1115 M 30 10/28/1985 W 01/27/2016 1115 000020150473
297 W SINCLAIR ST
WABASH IN 46926 TR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDE 01/27/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |



Jail Bookings Jan 14-Jan 21,2015

By Pam Sherman
Thursday, January 21st, 2016

J A I L BOOKING LIST 01/14/2016 THRU 01/21/2016
PRESSLER,CODY LEE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/14/2016 0507 M 28 05/31/1987 W 01/14/2016 0448 000020060185
352 ETNA AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/15/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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CREED,SHIANN NICOLE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/14/2016 2136 F 19 04/03/1996 W 01/14/2016 2128 000020150007
1334 OGAN AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR MINOR POSSESSION ALCOH 01/16/2016
Additional Charges:DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON HUNTINGTON CO
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SMITH,JOHNNY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/15/2016 0830 M 21 03/15/1994 W 01/15/2016 0830 000020160005
2004 S BROWNLEE ST
MARION IN 46953 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/17/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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GREEN,THOMAS - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/15/2016 1220 M 26 07/29/1989 W 01/15/2016 1220 000020110247
444 W MCKEEVER STREET 1
ANDREWS IN 46702 BURGLARY
Additional Charges:BURGLARY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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ANDREWS,TONYA J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/15/2016 1615 F 35 08/17/1980 W 01/15/2016 1350 000020100155
2960 S MELWOOD DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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CRITTENDON,TYLER JAME - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/15/2016 2032 M 21 12/27/1994 W 01/15/2016 2010 000020160011
1751 BRYON ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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CHUMLEY,ROSS - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/16/2016 1240 M 36 01/02/1980 W 01/16/2016 1240 000020140188
2531 N CALBERT ST
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46219 WE ILLEGAL POSSESS HANDGU
Additional Charges:WE ILLEGAL POS 1 Count |
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COBURN,GARY E - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/16/2016 2128 M 50 04/21/1965 W 01/16/2016 2012 000020070098
10885 W CAROUSEL DR B
ARIZONA CITY AZ 85123 SE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT W/MI
Additional Charges:SE SEXUAL MISC 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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MASTERSON,CHRISTOPHER - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/16/2016 2340 M 48 01/20/1967 W 01/16/2016 2340 000020160012
333 W TIPTON
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 HOLDING/NO CHARGE 01/18/2016
Additional Charges:HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
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STURGILL,CHRISTOPHER - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/17/2016 0140 M 25 05/04/1990 W 01/17/2016 0140 000020160013
720 LEOPOLD ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PE 01/20/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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CLAYTON,RICHARD L III - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/17/2016 2347 M 41 07/30/1974 W 01/17/2016 2250 000020080184
4997 W 200 N LOT 63
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/19/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
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CHESTERMAN,ANDREA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/17/2016 2351 F 23 01/28/1992 W 01/17/2016 2351 000020150161
474 LINCOLIN AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
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BRYCE,JEFFERY T - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/18/2016 0245 M 56 03/17/1959 W 01/17/2016 2219 000020020497
5707 W MAPLE GROVE ROAD
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/18/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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ANDREWS,MATTHEW EDWAR - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/18/2016 0409 M 36 06/30/1979 U 01/17/2016 0630 000020160014
1641 CONDIT
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 OT DISORDERLY CONDUCT 01/19/2016
Additional Charges:OT DISORDERLY 1 Count |
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WHELCHEL,JOSHUA D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/18/2016 2143 M 34 11/09/1981 W 01/18/2016 2128 000020000682
1457 GUILFORD
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO BODY ATTACHMENT 01/20/2016
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 2 Counts|
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NOLAN,RYAN MATHEW - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/19/2016 1018 M 36 11/01/1979 W 01/19/2016 0830 000020000209
428 S BRIANT STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR ACCIDENT LEAVING SCENE 01/20/2016

Additional Charges:TR ACCIDENT LE 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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MORGAN,STEFAN ANDREW - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/19/2016 1425 M 23 03/31/1992 W 01/19/2016 1330 000020110055
458 S BRIANT
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 JU CONTRIB DELINQUINCY MI
Additional Charges:JU CONTRIB DEL 1 Count |
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HOLLAND,CHEYENNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/19/2016 2212 F 33 09/18/1982 W 01/19/2016 2150 000020100394
316 HAUENSTEIN ROAD 4
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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SMITHLEY,RONALD D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/20/2016 1522 M 42 11/16/1973 W 01/20/2016 1445 000020020616
1720 COTTAGE AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD 01/20/2016
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON



Jail Bookings Jan 7-Jan 14, 2016

By Pam Sherman
Monday, January 18th, 2016

J A I L BOOKINGS 01/07/2016 THRU 01/14/2016 PAWLAUSKAS,ROBYN RACH - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 0106 F 19 08/02/1996 W 01/06/2016 2325 000020150085
383 W 12TH ST 6
PERU IN 46970 TR NEVER LICENSED 01/07/2016
Additional Charges:TR NEVER LICEN 2 Counts|
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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JIOSA,MASON DANIEL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 1543 M 20 08/02/1995 W 01/07/2016 1515 000020140454
503 ETNA AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR MINOR POSSESSION ALCOH
Additional Charges:DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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JOHNSON,JASON WAYNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 1804 M 39 01/04/1977 W 01/07/2016 1645 000020160001
759 E WASHINGTON
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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BRADLEY,TINA MARIE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 1856 F 44 04/10/1971 W 01/07/2016 1750 000020010485
306 VERNON MANOR
ANDREWS IN 46702 TH CONVERSION 01/07/2016
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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KEISTER,MICHAEL L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 1928 M 48 08/10/1967 W 01/07/2016 1750 000020030040
810 THORN ST
NORTHMANCHESTER IN 46962 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PR
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 3 Counts|
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COPELAND,SCARLETT K - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 2025 F 20 05/17/1995 W 01/07/2016 1735 000020150385
4497 W 200 NORTH LOT 95
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT 01/08/2016
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON HUNTINGTON CO
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TACKETT,DIANE M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/07/2016 2052 F 41 03/22/1974 W 01/07/2016 0000 000020140122
424 1/2 BYRON
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PR 01/12/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 3 Counts|
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MCCLURE,TARA L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/08/2016 0830 F 35 03/05/1980 W 01/08/2016 0830 000020020617
43 W MARKET ST 6
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/09/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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SMEDLEY,GERALD - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/08/2016 0830 M 46 11/13/1969 W 01/08/2016 0830 000020150482
4609 N GISHLER DR
MUNCIE IN 467304 TR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDE 01/10/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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WITTWER,KEVIN D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/08/2016 2008 M 56 10/01/1959 W 01/08/2016 2008 000020160002
153 W 2ND ST
ROANOKE IN 46783 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/11/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 2 Counts|
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DOHERTY,MACKENZIE C - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/08/2016 2018 F 20 10/12/1995 W 01/08/2016 1715 000020150434
5519 OLD DOVER BLVD 6
FT WAYNE IN 46835 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PE 01/10/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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COSTILLA,JOSHUA M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/09/2016 0206 M 27 08/16/1988 W 01/09/2016 0206 000020160003
717 GIBSON
PLYMOUTH IN 46563 CO FALSE INFORMING
Additional Charges:CO FALSE INFOR 1 Count |
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EAKRIGHT,KEITH L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/09/2016 1336 M 32 03/12/1983 W 01/09/2016 0310 000020160004
220 E LOGAN ST
MARKLE IN 46770 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/12/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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CHAPMAN,THEODORE L JR - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/09/2016 2140 M 49 08/10/1966 W 01/09/2016 1957 000020030105
669 POSEY HILL 2
ROANOKE IN 46783 BA DOMESTIC BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA DOMESTIC BA 1 Count | KI CRIMINAL CO 1 Count | CO INTIMIDATIO 1 Count |
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SMITH,JOHNNY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 0324 M 21 03/15/1994 W 01/10/2016 0240 000020160005
2004 S BROWNLEE ST
MARION IN 46953 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/10/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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YEARGAN,BRIAN F - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 1242 M 28 02/14/1987 W 01/10/2016 0230 000020050417
1738 PARK ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY

Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
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PERKINS,JOSHUA RYAN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 1634 M 32 05/19/1983 W 01/10/2016 0650 000020160006
1340 W 800 NORTH
UNIONDALE IN 46791 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
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CARPENTER,BUD ROBERT - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 2025 M 22 12/26/1993 W 01/10/2016 1958 000020160007
421 WEBSTER ST. A
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI 01/10/2016
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
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HARTLEY,MAJENICA MARI - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 2204 F 27 08/26/1988 W 01/10/2016 2152 000020160008
1433 COLLEGE AV
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY 01/12/2016
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
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LAMBERT,ALISHA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/10/2016 2227 F 23 08/02/1992 W 01/10/2016 2227 000020150363
15 CLAY ST
PERU IN 46970 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 01/11/2016
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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HICKS,ALLISON SUE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/11/2016 1558 F 22 09/21/1993 U 01/11/2016 0830 000020150423
7800 E POPCORN DR
ROANOKE IN 46783 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 01/13/2016
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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MCQUEEN,MELISSA S - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/11/2016 2012 F 27 01/03/1989 W 01/11/2016 1815 000020160009
570 HITZFIELD
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 HOLDING/NO CHARGE 01/13/2016
Additional Charges:HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
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VORHEES,NICOLE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/11/2016 2349 F 33 06/16/1982 W 01/11/2016 2304 000020120271
461 HANNA ST.
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY 01/12/2016
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
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AL-RUBIYEE,CHRISTINA BRIGGS,CHRISTINA 01/12/2016 0830 F 40 04/09/1975 W 01/12/2016 0830 000020001036
234 E WASHINGTON ST B
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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PRESSLER,GARRET GUNNA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 1014 M 24 03/20/1991 W 01/12/2016 0830 000020090354
735 CHARLES ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA

Run: 14-JAN-2016 7:49 HUNTINGTON CO SHERIFF Page: 4

Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
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GARDNER,JACOB R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 1044 M 26 03/05/1989 W 01/12/2016 0830 000020070166
451 S BROADWAY
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
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HERNDON,BRITTANY L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 1222 F 26 08/16/1989 W 01/12/2016 0830 000020150391
1211 W LANCASTER RD 11
BLUFFTON IN 46714 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PR
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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REDDING,TABITHA M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 1327 F 37 05/25/1978 W 01/12/2016 0830 000020090381
1405 GARFIELD STREET 3
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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REDD-PUTT,ANGELA J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 1412 F 42 06/23/1973 B 01/12/2016 0830 000020140266
6200 S WINCHESTER
CHICAGO IL 60636 FR CHECK DECEPTION 01/13/2016
Additional Charges:FR CHECK DECEP 2 Counts|
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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HOUSER,JENNIFER R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/12/2016 2319 F 37 04/18/1978 W 01/12/2016 2319 000020160010
616 BUCHARAN ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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PALMER,PHILLIP B - - - NO ALIAS - - - 01/13/2016 1359 M 28 09/17/1987 W 01/13/2016 1340 000020150002
8545 WOODS EDGE EAST DR 3D
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46250 BA BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
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Jail Bookings Dec 22-Dec. 31, 2015

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, January 10th, 2016

J A I L BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME
12/22/2015 THRU 12/31/2015
CHAFFINS,ROY LEE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/22/2015 0145 M 31 06/14/1984 W 12/22/2015 0145 000020100418
726 N SR9
COLUMBIA CITY IN 46725 TH THEFT 12/22/2015
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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GRIGGS,DARCY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/22/2015 1314 M 39 12/21/1976 W 12/22/2015 0135 000020130281
2139 RIVERSIDE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR PUBLIC INTOXICATION 12/23/2015
Additional Charges:DR PUBLIC INTO 1 Count |
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MCBRIDE,ADAM M P - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/22/2015 1410 M 28 04/07/1987 W 12/22/2015 1315 000020150467
208 N JOHNSON STREET APT 2
BLUFFTON IN 46714 FR CHECK DECEPTION 12/23/2015
Additional Charges:FR CHECK DECEP 1 Count |
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GAMBLE,ALICIA LYNN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/24/2015 2144 F 30 07/07/1985 W 12/24/2015 2115 000020110152
603 CLARK ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION 12/29/2015
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
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ODEN,BRITTANY A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/25/2015 0136 F 22 09/02/1993 W 12/25/2015 0113 000020150097
642 E MARKET STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count | CONTEMPT OF CO 1 Count | UNLAWFUL POSS 1 Count |
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PARRETT,BRANDON M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/27/2015 1012 M 37 09/09/1978 U 12/27/2015 0530 000020150468
123 JEAL RD
WAHIWA HI 96786 RE RESISTING LAW ENFORCEM 12/28/2015
Additional Charges:RE RESISTING L 1 Count | TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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SMITH,ROBERT H - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/27/2015 1315 M 31 08/07/1984 W 12/27/2015 0940 000020140175
357 ADAMS AVE
PERU IN 46970 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 12/28/2015
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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CHENOWETH,AIMEE M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/27/2015 1808 F 25 03/18/1990 W 12/27/2015 1725 000020130358
528 HANNAH STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI 12/27/2015
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---==========================
ROCKEY,LAURA JEAN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/27/2015 2100 F 43 08/24/1972 W 12/27/2015 2100 000020150469
374 W MARKLE RD
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 VA CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 12/31/2015
Additional Charges:VA CRIMINAL MI 1 Count | BA BATTERY 1 Count | RE RESISTING L 1 Count | FA INTERFERENC 1 Count |
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FARANNTE,MONICA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/28/2015 1025 F 38 08/12/1977 W 12/28/2015 0916 000020150470
455 W WINDSOR ST
MONTPELIER IN 47359 CO BODY ATTACHMENT 12/29/2015
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 1 Count |
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CLARK,RUSSELL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/28/2015 1230 M 56 11/07/1959 W 12/28/2015 0830 000020150382
4310 BURNWOOD PLACE
WOODBURN IN 46797 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 12/30/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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COOK,CHYANNE LINDSAY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/28/2015 1252 F 20 11/15/1995 W 12/28/2015 1130 000020150471
150 CIRCLE DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR DEAL COCAINE/NARCOTIC
Additional Charges:DR DEAL COCAIN 1 Count |
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SPENCER,MATTHEW S - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/28/2015 2347 M 27 08/11/1988 W 12/28/2015 2347 000020150472
1146 RIVERSIDE DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI 12/29/2015
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
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KING,NICHOLAS W - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/29/2015 0858 M 30 10/28/1985 W 12/29/2015 0815 000020150473
297 W SINCLAIR
WABASH IN 46926 DR POSS CONTROLLED SUBSTA 01/04/2016
Additional Charges:DR POSS CONTRO 1 Count |
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DELLINGER,ANTHONY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/29/2015 0925 M 31 10/12/1984 W 12/29/2015 0830 000020150164
2129 OAKLY ST
FT. WAYNE IN 46803 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 12/30/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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FOSTER,HARRY JAMES - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/29/2015 1107 M 51 02/25/1964 W 12/29/2015 1045 000020030343
1630 ETNA AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 12/29/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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CHILDRESS,KENNETH R J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/29/2015 1231 M 31 01/04/1984 W 12/29/2015 1000 000020140136
25 E SPRING STREET
PERU IN 46970 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | Run: 8-JAN-2016 7:20 HUNTINGTON CO SHERIFF =================================================
MCINTOSH,MANDY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/29/2015 1808 F 36 01/25/1979 W 12/29/2015 1313 000020150474
2006 STONEY HURST BEND
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CONTEMPT OF COURT 01/03/2016
Additional Charges:CONTEMPT OF CO 1 Count |
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PRUITT,DUSTIN EDWARD - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/30/2015 1043 M 25 12/07/1990 W 12/30/2015 1043 000020150212
310 N HIGH ST
SILVER LAKE IN 46982 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA 01/05/2016
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count | HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
ELKHART CO
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KUCHAR,JOHN L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 12/30/2015 1230 M 52 05/30/1963 W 12/30/2015 1230 000020110424
414 ROYAL OAK BLVD
PASSCHRISTAN MS 39571 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD 12/31/2015
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count |



Issues in Posting

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

I want to apologize to all of you loyal readers.  I have had some serious computer issues and was unable to post for a while.  I still have some problems and I am working on getting those resolved.  Please bear with me.  I am hoping at this point that it does not require a new computer.  If it does, it does.  All obits are current and  I am back posting sports articles so that those that live out of state can still read them. This is why you will be seeing older articles posted. Any articles that had a time frame that is past will not be published.  I am sorry for any inconvenience.

Again, thank you for waiting patiently!

Pam Sherman

Editor, Huntington Free Press.



Notice of Possible Hacked Account

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

I have just returned home from work and have 2 personal messages on FB about persons  complaining about SS# being posted on my site. I know that I have NEVER posted any such things.  The articles that I post are articles that are sent to me via email from businesses, schools and funeral homes.  At the current time, that is all that I have been posting.  However, it is possible to be hacked.  I have scrolled through the site and I personally have found nothing like this on the newsfeed.  If you have seen it or can pinpoint exactly where it is, will you please message me.  Thank you very much.  This is a very serious matter.  If I have in fact had someone hack into this administrator account, I need to have this taken care of immediately. 

You can email me at pam.sherman@huntingtonfreepress.com

message me on FB under Pam Reeder Schmalzried

Email me at Sherman918@live.com

Thank you for your attention to this important matter!

Pam Sherman

 

 

UPDATE:

I received several screenshots of the post on the Huntington Buy It site.  The post was originated by a very uninformed person.  She was claiming that the jail bookings posted on Dec. 2, 2014 show every inmates social security number.  All sorts of threats insued.  However, anyone can read thru those jail booking posts and clearly see that nobody has a ss# present.  There is however an arrest log number.  It is in no way the same thing as a social security number.  No cause for alarm folks.





Snyder Calls on Pence

By Lamont Neal
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Gary Snyder, Huntington County Community School Board District 2 candidate, is calling for Governor Mike Pence to reconsider his decision not to apply for up to $80 million in federal funding to expand access to early education for low-income Hoosier families, including children in Huntington.  Snyder is also challenging his opponents to join him in this request.
 
“I would call on Governor Pence to reconsider his decision not to apply for up to $80 million in federal funding for early childhood education and I would challenge my opponents to join me in this request,” Snyder said.  “My concern is that by not pursuing these funds, low-income families in the Huntington County Community School Corporation, and across the state, will not have access to high-level pre-K programs,” Snyder added.



"Chair-ity Affair" a Success

By Lamont Neal
Monday, October 13th, 2014

Huntington County Special Olympics would like to send a thank you to Ardella Moriarity and The Freedom Riders, Chapter 5 for a fantastic day of fun and fundraising, Saturday, October 11. Thank you to all of the local businesses and individuals who donated items, their time and their talents to make the breakfast, lunch, bake sale and the “Chair-ity Affair” chair auction the best ever. Thank you to all of those who volunteered and donated items, we could not have done it without your help and support.  Huntington County is a great place to be.
Huntington County
Special Olympics



Income and wealth gap

By Lamont Neal
Monday, September 8th, 2014

Editor,

We have heard a lot recently about the income and wealth gap.  Why should we be concerned? 
For one thing, as the Standard & Poor’s recent analysis points out, the inequality has slowed the 5 year recovery from the recession.
Also we pride ourselves on being the land of opportunity.  Capitalism has its strengths, but anyone who is familiar with the game Monopoly knows that if the game starts with one person owning all the properties, the game is over before it started. According to Oxfam, 1% of the world’s population controls $110 Trillion, 65 times the total wealth of the poorest half of the world`s population (3.5 billion people).
The estate tax has historically provided a counter weight to this tendency to concentrate the wealth in a few individuals, but we have politicians today who have eviscerated that tax and would do away with it, calling it a “death tax”.
A number of millionaires and billionaires recently signed a petition asking congress not to repeal the estate tax.  They recognized that they would not have been able to acquire the wealth they did without the infrastructure and amenities developed by the common efforts of those who went before.  They understood that it is only fair to pass it on to the society that treated them so well.
President Obama, in an attempt to deal with the income gap, has called for a national minimum wage of $10.10 an hour.  The recent call from fast food workers for $15.00 is closer to what is needed.  The 13 states that raised their minimum wage at the start of this year have added jobs at a faster pace than those that did not.  Raising wages improves employee’s morale, productivity and customer service.  When families have more money in their pockets they pump it back into their local economies.  If you work hard and play by the rules you shouldn’t have to raise your family in poverty.
Are your legislators voting for a higher minimum wage, a fair estate tax and doing away with loopholes that let wealthy CEO’s pay taxes at a lower rate than their underpaid employees?
If not, maybe it is time to elect someone who will represent all Americans, not just the 1% that pay for their campaigns.

Dean Beery



Albert LeRoy Johnson

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Albert LeRoy Johnson, 93, Huntington, IN, and formerly of Florida for many years, passed away on Friday, February 5, 2016, at Parkview Huntington Hospital, Huntington, IN. Mr. Johnson was born on April 7, 1922, in Huntington, IN, to Ferd and Mildred (Olinger) Johnson. His parents preceded him in death. Mr. Johnson married Phyllis Nadeen Smith on June 7, 1942. Phyllis preceded him in death on December 4, 2001. Mr. Johnson was a 1940 graduate of Huntington High School. He was member of the United States Army and served during WW II. Mr. Johnson was a recipient of the Purple Heart. He was a printer and worked for the Federal Government, Herald Press, Journal Gazette, Our Sunday Visitor and the Tampa Tribune. He was a 50 year member of the Masons, a 50 year member of VFW Post #2689, and a 50 year member of the American Legion Post #7. Mr. Johnson is survived by two sons, Ted (Ann) Johnson, Huntington, IN, Mark Johnson, FL; one daughter, Anna Johnson, FL; and 8 grandchildren, Jeremy (Alexa) Johnson, Jason (Candace) Johnson, both of Huntington, IN, Shannon, Jody, Jeff, LeeAnn, Josh and Saralynn, all of FL. He is also survived by 9 great grandchildren. Along with his parents and wife he was preceded in death by one son, John Johnson; one brother, Ferd Johnson, Jr.; and half-brother, Bob Stevens. There will be no calling or services. Burial will be at Star of Hope Cemetery, Huntington, IN. McElhaney- Hart Funeral Home, 715 N. Jefferson St., Huntington, IN is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences: www.mcelhaneyhartfuneralhome.com



Edwin C. Bair

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Edwin C. Bair, 94 of Huntington passed away at 8:05 am on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at Visiting Nurse & Hospice in Fort Wayne. Edwin attended Union High School. He served his country during WWII in the Pacific Theater where he fought his way through the Aleutian Islands. He received a Purple Heart during the fighting of the battle at Attu. He worked as a tool & die maker for 42 years, retiring from Huntington Tool & Die in 1987. He was a member of The Church of God. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved to fish, take walks and hunt. He enjoyed gardening and raising flowers, he also enjoyed nature and traveling. Edwin was born on March 30, 1921 in Fort Wayne, the son of Edward and Laura (Decker) Bair. He was united in marriage to the love of his life, Mary Steward on August 7, 1948; they were married for 67 wonderful years. Survivors include his wife: Mary Bair of Huntington; a son: Tom (Teri) Bair of Missouri City, TX; a daughter: Dawn (Randy) Jones of Warren; four grandchildren: Izzie Bair of Missouri City, TX; Kirby Jones of Warren; Madison Jones of Warren and Angus Jones of Warren. He was preceded in death by three sisters: Viola Whitenack, Emma Hillegas, Clara Mabel Hacker and two brothers: Harry Bair and Irvin Bair. Visitation will be held on Sunday, February 7, 2016 from 1: 00 pm 7:00 pm at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana. Funeral service will be held on Monday, February 8, 2016 at 11:30 am at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel with Gus Hacker officiating. Interment will be at the Gardens of Memory Cemetery in Huntington County. Memorial donations can be made out to Visiting Nurse and Hospice in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750. To sign Mr. Bair`s on-line guest registry visit www.myersfuneralhomes.com



Donald J. Pierson Sr.

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Donald J. Pierson Sr., 81, of Hartford City, IN, passed away at 4:04 AM on Friday, February 05, 2016 at Marion General Hospital in Marion, IN. He was born on Saturday, May 19, 1934, in Blackford County, IN. He married Peggy J. Roush on Friday, July 05, 1957 in E.U.B. Church- Hartford City. Donald was a 1954 graduate of Hartford City High School. He had worked for Essex in Marion, IN. for 35 years. He attended Grace U.M. Church in Hartford City. He was a member of the Van Buren Post #368 American Legion. Donald served in the U.S. Air Force from 1956-1960. He enjoyed woodworking, gardening, and playing with his chow dogs. Loving Survivors Include: Daughter - Londa Montgomery, Greenwood, IN., Daughter - Karen (Ron) Burch, Avon, IN., Grandchildren - Craig (Jessica) Pierson, Hartford City, IN., Curt Pierson, Hartford City, IN., Clint (Darcy McCoin) Pierson, Hartford City, IN., Drexel Montgomery, Greenwood, IN., Andrew Burch, Danville, IN., Sister - Diana Hendricks, Anderson, IN., Great Granddaughter - Lillianne Jane Montgomery and several Nieces & Nephews. He was preceded in death by his Father - Gareth Pierson, Mother - Charline (Willman) Pierson, Sons - Donald Pierson Jr., and Lyndon Pierson, Wife Peggy J. (Roush) Pierson, and a Brother - David Pierson. Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home 109 W Windsor St Montpelier on Monday, February 08, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. A service to celebrate Donald`s life will be at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 with the Rev. Dr. Gary Hall officiating. Interment will follow in the Jones Cemetery in Warren. Preferred memorials: Grace United Methodist Church 312 W. Washington St Hartford City IN Arrangements are being handled by Walker & Glancy Funeral Home in Montpelier. Online condolences may be made at www.glancyfuneralhomes.com



Mary C. `Kate` Robbins

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Mary Catherine `Kate` Robbins, 93, of Huntington County, IN, passed away at 5:00 AM on Thursday, February 04, 2016 at Heritage Pointe in Warren, IN. She was born on Saturday, May 27, 1922, in Grant County, IN to Clyde & Mary C. (Townsend) Snyder. Kate graduated from Marion High School in the class of 1940. She enjoyed working with stained glass and playing dominos with her friends. She formerly owned and operated `Kate`s Beauty Shop` out of her home for many years. Kate was a very helpful farm wife to her late husband Glen. She loved to spend time helping him around the farm and especially loved spending her free time with her daughter, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Loving survivors include: one Daughter - Judy (Steve) King, Huntington Co, IN, Grandson - Rick (Lisa) King, Indianapolis, IN, Grandson - Craig (Jennifer) King, Fort Wayne, IN, Granddaughter - Megan (Justin) Hesser, Cheyenne, WY, Gr. Grandchildren-Landin King, Bella King, Sabrina King, Grayson Hesser and McKenna Hesser, Sister - Barb Balas, Minnesota and several Nieces & Nephews. She was preceded in death by her: Husband - Glen Robbins, Mother - Mary C. (Townsend) Snyder, Father - Clyde Snyder, Grandson - Kevin King and Sister - Jeanne Albertson. Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home 201 N Main Street Van Buren on Sunday, February 07, 2016 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM. A service to celebrate Kate`s life will be at Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home at 10:00 AM on Monday, February 08, 2016; viewing will be held one hour before the service. Rev. Gerald Moreland will be officiating. Interment will follow in the Gardens of Memory in rural Marion. Preferred memorials: Faith Community Church of God 3615 N Norwood Rd Huntington, IN 46750



Constance L. `Connie` Schul

By Pam Sherman
Thursday, February 4th, 2016

Constance L. `Connie` Schul, 72 of Fort Wayne and formerly of Huntington passed away at 8:45 pm on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at the Englewood Health & Rehabilitation Center in Fort Wayne. Connie was a 1961 graduate of Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Ohio. She attended Western Michigan University. She worked as a secretary/bookkeeper/veterinarian assistant with her husband, George for 20 years at Schul Veterinary in Huntington. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church and was a member of Tri Kappa. She was involved with numerous bridge clubs. Connie was born on April 28, 1943 in Hamilton, Ohio, the daughter of Edward W. and Ruby M. (Kinnison) Kemp. She was united in marriage to George Schul on January 27, 1962 in Hamilton, Ohio. Her husband survives. Additional survivors include a son: Marlin Schul of West Lafayette; a daughter: Carrie Knuckles of Noblesville; a brother: Charles Kemp of Fairfield, OH; a sister: Kathleen Kemp of Middletown, OH and five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister: Karen Mason. There will be no visitation or funeral service. Interment will be at the Gardens of Memory Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made out to the Connie L. Schul Scholarship Fund Tri Kappa Associates in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana 46750. To sign Mrs. Schul`s on-line guest registry visit www.myersfuneralhomes.com