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HU Men`s Soccer to Host Summer Camp

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

The Huntington University men`s soccer team will host their 2nd annual summer soccer camp August 19-20 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Merillat Complex soccer fields. Cost to attend is $10 (includes a free t-shirt). K-9th graders (boys and girls) are welcome to attend.

Campers can register online at www.huntington.edu/athletics/mens-soccer. If you have any questions, contact head coach Russ Lawson at 260-359-4289.



Ten HU Students Named Scholar Athletes

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced its spring sport Scholar Athletes and ten Huntington University student-athletes representing five different teams were among the list of honorees.

In order to be nominated by an institution`s head coach, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status to qualify for this honor.

Student-Athlete                               Year          Sport                                                  Hometown                        
Brice Urschel                                      JR               Baseball                                            Fort Wayne, Ind.
Tanner Wyse                                     JR               Baseball                                            Archbold, Ohio
Cristin Carter                                      SR              Softball                                              Montpelier, Ind.
Jacob Cross                                         JR               Men`s Tennis                                  Jackson, Mich.
Antonio Castillo                                SR              Men`s Track & Field                     Shipshewana, Ind.
Tyler Herber                                       SR              Men`s Track & Field                     Fremont, Ind.
Michelle Hoover                               JR               Women`s Track & Field               Roanoke, Ind.
Gretchen Pyper                                SR              Women`s Track & Field               Huntington, Ind.
Natalie Spahr                                     SR              Women`s Track & Field               Huntington, Ind.
Krista Wood                                       JR               Women`s Track & Field               Waterville, Ohio



Jake Nash Represents HU at Nationals

By Pam Sherman
Monday, May 25th, 2015

Junior Jake Nash represented Huntington University at the 64th annual men`s NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores (Ala.) on May 21-23. HU was one of over 150 men`s and women`s programs at nationals.

For 13th-seeded Nash (Lebanon, Ohio, Dayton Christian), it was his first trip to the outdoor national stage where he finished 16th in high jump with a leap of 6-7. Nash currently holds the school record in high jump with a mark of 6-9.25, a feat he accomplished last month on April 18 at the Forester Invitational.

Wayland Baptist (Texas) claimed the women`s national championship title while Concordia University (Neb.) took the men`s title. 



HUs Jake Nash Heading to Nationals

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Junior Jake Nash will represent Huntington University at the 64th annual NAIA Men`s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships slated for May 21-23 at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores, Ala.

No stranger to the national stage, Nash will be making this third trip to the NAIA Championships in high jump. The Dayton Christian product (Lebanon, Ohio) has twice been to the NAIA Indoor Nationals, earning All-America honors both times.

The leapster will now look to leave his mark at the outdoor event where he is scheduled to compete at 6:00 p.m. (CDT) on Friday, May 22. Nash qualified for nationals by hitting the NAIA A standard at the HU Invitational on April 18 with a career-best leap of 6-9.25.  

The National Championship will be video streamed live via Stretch Internet on www.NAIANetwork.com. Fans can watch with a paid subscription.



Michael Crowley Earns All Conference

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

For the second consecutive season, sophomore Michael Crowley has been honored by the Crossroads League as an All-Conference pick. The Chesterton native (Chesterton HS) was one of two catchers selected to the All-Conference squad.

Behind the plate, Crowley boasted a .982 fielding percentage and picked off 11 of his 18 opponents who attempted to steal a base.  

At the plate, he finished the season with 46 hits which included 11 doubles, the fourth highest number in the league, and a homerun. He also knocked in 23 runs and finished sixth in the conference in batting average (.374).

Joining Crowley as an All-Conference honoree was senior Kyle Zerfas (4-5) who was one of four starting pitchers named to the list.

He posted four wins against two losses in the conference and registered some impressive numbers by finishing third among his league peers in opponent batting average (.218), third in hits allowed per game (6.89), third in innings pitched (79.2) and fifth in earned run average (2.15).

In 14 appearances, Zerfas (Frankfort, Ind., Frankfort HS) gave up 61 hits, 23 runs (19 earned) and 17 walks while striking out 41. 

Sophomore TJ Lindstrand (Noblesville, Noblesville HS) was also honored by the Crossroads League this season as a member of the Gold Glove Team. As one of the league`s top left fielder`s, Lindstrand was perfect in the outfield with a 1.00 fielding percentage. In 37 games, he tallied 61 catches and four assists.

As a senior relief pitcher, Hohlbein (3-2) earned Honorable Mention All-Conference accolades. The Lenawee Christian High School product (Adrian, Mich.) ranked fifth in the league in total saves with three. In 26.1 innings pitched, he gave up just eight runs for an ERA of 2.73.

The right-handed hurler allowed 28 hits and eight walks while striking out 20 to hold his opponents to a .289 batting average.



Huntington County Cattlemen to Meet

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

  The Huntington County Cattlemen will meet on Tuesday June 30 at 7:00 pm in the Huntington Fairgrounds Cattle Barns.  The agenda items include the food tent at the 4-H Fair.  A worker sign-up sheet will be available.  

 

      For more information, contact Purdue Extension – Huntington County Office, 354 N Jefferson – Suite 202, Huntington or call 260-358-4826.



Host Families Needed for 4H Exchange

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

     The Indiana/Poland 4-H Exchange is now in its 11th year.  160 Hoosier youth and families, from 25 Indiana counties, have participated in this 4-H exchange. 

4-Hers in northern Indiana will again have the opportunity to explore `and my world` this summer with 4-Hers from Poland.   Twenty Polish 4-Hers and volunteers will come to Indiana, July 26 – August 11 and they will live with host families July 28 evening to August 10 morning.   They will become part of your family, participate in 4-H activities and learn about daily living in Indiana.

            Host families are needed for youth ages 12 – 18.  You must be willing to share your home and community and involve them in 4-H meetings and activities.  If you are interested in hosting, applications are now available.

            For more information and/or a copy of the application, contact:  Julia Miller, Extension Educator, Purdue Extension – Huntington County, 260-358-4826 or jwickert@purdue.edu



HPL Summer Reading Program Events

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

The Huntington and Markle libraries will be holding a variety of community-wide events to celebrate the end of another successful Summer Reading Program. For this summer`s Every Hero Has a Story theme, the Huntington Library will be holding a free Comic Con for all ages. From 9am-3pm on Saturday, July 18th, everyone is welcome to participate! There will be movies playing throughout the day, panels on various topics like special effects make-up and cosplaying, an Artist`s Alley with comic book artists and art to purchase, costumes and comic books on display, Comic Con Bingo, and a chance to get your photo taken with Iron Man, among many other activities to fill the day. Come in costume and enter our Cosplay Contest as well! All events are free and open to all ages, regardless of Summer Reading Program participation, with more information and a schedule to be released soon!
The Children`s Department will host their annual Children`s Carnival for Summer Reading Club participants on July 18th as well. From 10am-12pm and 1-4pm, all children  through grade 6 who reached the first level in the Summer Reading Program are invited to the free carnival for games, free popcorn and prizes (provided by the Friends of the Library). 
And, residents of Markle get their own celebration as well! The annual Markle Fun & Games for grades preschool through 6th will take place on Friday, July 17th from 2-4pm at the Markle Library. Come and celebrate your reading achievements with many fun games and activities. Refreshments will be provided as well.
The Huntington Library is located at 255 West Park Drive, Huntington. The Markle Library is located at 197 East Morse Street, Markle.



Pathfinder Services Receives Award

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 20th, 2015

On May 7, 2015 Pathfinder Services, Inc. and the Indiana State Office of USDA Rural Development received a prestigious national award from NeighborWorks America`s Rural Initiative. In celebration of National Homeowner Month, John Niederman, President of Pathfinder Services, was asked by NeighborWorks America`s officials to recognize the sustaining 18 year partnership with USDA Rural Housing Services. The joint effort resulted in Northeast Indiana continuously leading the nation in the number of families receiving home buyer education and qualifying for and successfully receiving mortgage financing through the USDA 502 Direct mortgage loan program that serves rural families with income below 80% of area median income (AMI).
Yesterday, Pathfinder Services presented the Indiana Office of USDA Rural Development with their award. The award presentation took place at the residence of Erik & Nicole Russell in Woodburn, Indiana, one of  more than 2000 families since 1998 that received a USDA 502 Direct loan packaged by Pathfinder Community Connections, the community development division of Pathfinder Services. The house was built by Granite Ridge Builders, a critical partner in the success of the program over the years.  In attendance were Vincent Maloney, Single Family Housing Director, and Phyllis Crumrin, the Chief Single Family Housing Specialist for the USDA Indiana Office of Rural Development. Allison McSherry, U.S. Representative Marlin Stutzman`s Regional Director, Paul Lagemann, Northeast Indiana Regional Director for the Office of U.S. Senator Dan Coats and Jorge Ortiz, Regional Director for the Office of U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly.

Other participant included Homeowners Erik & Nicole Russell and their three children, Lonnie Norris Vice President of Sales for Granite Ridge Builders, and Pathfinder Services staff  including John Niederman President, and key Pathfinder Community Connections staff members, Rose Decker, Senior Mortgage Specialist, and Justin Barker, HomeOwnership Center Coordinator.

From 2009 to 2013, Pathfinder Services has generated in Northeast Indiana $446,000,000 in total economic impact contributing to 3,400 jobs, and $46,600,000 in total tax impact based on a study commissioned by NeighborWorks America.

`Much of the economic impact has come from enabling families like the Russells, who dreamed of homeownership and needed the partnership of Pathfinder Services, USDA Rural Development and Granite Ridge Builders to make that dream a reality, stated John Niederman, President of Pathfinder Services. `With the help of area realtors and other local building partners, Pathfinder Services has partnered with the Indiana Office of Rural Development to make significant, long term impact in Northeast Indiana. Together, we are working towards our goal of strengthening communities by enabling people to achieve independence, inclusion and stability.`

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 fitness, homebuyer education, loan packaging and closing, free tax preparation, individual development accounts, community building/organization and owner-occupied home repair.
Pathfinder Services is part of the national NeighborWorks® network, one of three organizations in Indiana and one of 245 nonprofit organizations located in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. In 2014, the NeighborWorks network helped­­­­ 300,000 individuals and families with affordable housing and counseling. NeighborWorks America receives direct funding from Congress with the Mission to create opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities. For more information about NeighborWorks, visit www.nw.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, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley Counties.  More information about Pathfinder Services can be found at www.pathfinderservices.org.



HPL Offers Online Geneology Page

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 20th, 2015

The success of sites like Ancestry.com, as well as TV shows like Who Do You Think You Are? on TLC, point towards the public`s interest in genealogy and one`s family roots. To help patrons researching their family tree, the Indiana Room at the Huntington Library has added another online resource to the list of tools library patrons can use for free—MyHeritage. 
MyHeritage is a website for discovering, sharing and preserving family history. It offers online, mobile and software platforms to its users worldwide. Users can create their own online family tree, search for ancestors in billions of historical records, and share and preserve photos and videos while they discover and connect to new relatives. With 42 languages, 80 million users, 1.6 billion profiles and 28 million family trees, MyHeritage is a popular destination for family history research.
Library patrons can use MyHeritage completely free, at either the Huntington or Markle Libraries or from the comfort of one`s own home. To use the website, simply visit the Indiana Room`s page on the library`s website at http://hctpl.info/inrm. To log in, you simply need your library card number and 6-digit pin—the same information you use to check out books or view your library account online. For more information, such as tips and guidance with using the website, call the Indiana Room at 356-0824, or stop by for a visit. The Huntington Library can be found at 255 West Park Drive, Huntington, 46750.



HU`s Occupation Therapy Program Ranked

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Huntington University`s doctoral program in occupational therapy (OTD) has ranked in some of the top categories posted this year to date by GraduatePrograms.com.

The OTD program was ranked:

#1 Top Occupational Therapy for Financial Aid
#3 Top Occupational Therapy Schools According to Student Reviews
#4 Top Occupational Therapy for Value
#5 Top Occupational Therapy Programs for Career Support
#9 Top Occupational Therapy for Quality of Network

`These rankings reflect very positively as the Huntington University OTD program is compared to many other highly reputable schools,` said Dr. Ruth Ford, director of occupational therapy. `We are blessed with the ongoing success of the program and strive for excellence in all we do. `

Program rankings encompass reviews posted by more than 5,000 OT students participating in over 450 OT programs nationwide. Ratings are based on a 10 star system.

`Any academic program is only as strong as its students and its faculty,` said Ann McPherren, Huntington University vice president for Strategy & Graduate/Adult Programs and Professor of Business and Economics. `Our students, faculty and campus on the site of Parkview Hospital are among the best in the nation and we are gratified for the recognition.`

In addition to rating their respective programs, students often post comments regarding their experiences.

`Huntington University`s Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program has far exceeded my expectations,` said one Huntington University OTD student in a survey. `The program is extremely challenging, however, the faculty is supportive and available to help whenever needed. I would highly recommend anyone interested in an affordable, challenging and excellent education to pursue their occupational therapy degree at HU.`

Established in the fall of 2014, HU`s doctorate program in occupational therapy is one of only 14 such programs in the United States. [Note: The GraduatePrograms.com list encompasses master`s and doctorate programs in occupational therapy.] Huntington University`s 32 occupational therapy students came from across the country and were selected from a highly competitive pool of students

GraduatePrograms.com reaches current and recent graduate students through scholarship entries, as well as social media platforms. These program rankings cover a period from September 1, 2012 to March 31, 2015. GraduatePrograms.com assigns 15 ranking categories to each graduate program at each graduate school. Rankings cover a variety of student topics such as academic competitiveness, career support, financial aid and quality of network.

For a given graduate program, rankings are determined by calculating the average score for each program based on the 15 ranking categories. These scores are then compared across all ranked schools for that program and are translated into a final ranking for that graduate program, i.e., business and management. A given graduate program is not ranked until a minimum threshold of graduate student surveys is completed for that graduate program.

For more information and comparison against other OT programs, visit www.graduateprograms.com/top-occupational-therapy/.

For more information about Huntington University`s OTD program, visit www.huntington.edu/graduate/occupational-therapy.

 



South Side Fest Hosted by IVY Tech

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

BACKGROUND:
For the second summer in a row, Ivy Tech Community College Northeast will host South Side Fest on Saturday at Public Safety Academy: Ivy Tech South Campus. This will be the community`s sixth South Side Fest.

WHAT:
South Side Fest is a festival intended to bring the community together in the south side of Fort Wayne. It will feature basketball and dance tournaments, a beauty expo, music, children`s activities, and more. Visit SouthSideFest.com for more information.


WHERE:
Public Safety Academy: Ivy Tech South Campus (unless otherwise specified, below)
7602 Patriot Crossing
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
Get directions

SCHEDULE:

June 26
3 to 5 p.m.: Basketball preliminary competition (McMillen Community Center, 3901 Abbott St.)

June 27
1 to 6 p.m.: General festival and car show open to public
1 to 4 p.m.: Basketball finals
1:30 p.m.: Live bands including Encore and Wickersham Brothers
4 to 6 p.m.: Dance competition (registration starts at 2:30 p.m.)
6 p.m.: Car show awards, dance competition awards
7 p.m.: Basketball tournament awards
7:30 p.m.: Car show cruise parade



Adam Widener Takes Position at HU

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Huntington University has hired Adam Widener as Visiting Instructor of Digital Media Arts/Broadcast Fusion Media. He will start in his new position in the fall of 2015. For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/AdamWidener.

 

Media contact: Adam Widener, awidener@huntington.edu



Two HU Staff Members Recognized

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Two of Huntington University`s enrollment staff have been recognized by the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals Inc. (NACCAP) for their commitment to recruiting students to the institution. Katie Martin and Carlene Peters were recognized by NACCAP at its annual conference at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Martin, senior admissions counselor, has been with Huntington University for three years. She received NACCAP`s Regional Service Award. The award goes to one whose effort toward advancing enrollment in Christian higher education is recognized by students, peers and the coalition.

`I honestly was so surprised and honored to receive this award,` Martin said. `I strongly believe in the value of Christian higher education and consider it a privilege to share that benefit with perspective students. I am grateful for the life changing environment and the quality of education that HU provided for me, and I am blessed to be in a position where I get to introduce this place to incoming students alongside the rest of our admissions team.`

NACCAP`s Outstanding Achievement Award was given to Peters, campus visit coordinator. Peters has been with Huntington University for 30 years. She was recognized for her exemplary service to students and the institution, as well as her outstanding contribution to the advancement of Christ-centered education

`Since one is given every year, it was quite a surprise and honor to receive it and be honored by fellow peers in this way,` Peters said.

NACCAP is a Christian professional organization serving some 360 Christian colleges and universities, graduate schools, seminaries and Christian secondary schools members across all of North America.



IVY Tech Offering Camp for Kids

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 20th, 2015

WHAT:
Elementary and middle school students ages 8 to 14 are invited to participate in Ivy Tech Community College Northeast`s Adventure and Imagination Summer STEM Camp, which offers two one-week sessions. The camp provides a range of science, technology, engineering, and math activities, including

·         Exploring Allen County nature preserves

·         Programming robots

·         Studying the chemistry of food

·         Touring local technology businesses and more

Students can attend for one or two weeks. The cost is $149 for one week. This covers T-shirt, lunch, snacks, supplies, and field trips. Need-based scholarships are available for students on a competitive basis. Contact Provi Mayo at 260-480-2070 or pmayo1@ivytech.edu for further details or to schedule a time to stop by the camp for photo or interview opportunities.

The camp`s corporate sponsors are Indiana Michigan Power and NIPSCO.

For more information or to register, visit IvyTech.edu/northeast/stem.    

WHERE:
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
Student Life Center, North Campus
3701 Dean Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46835

SCHEDULE:
Week 1 for 8- to 10-year-olds: 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 22 to 26

Week 2 for 11- to 14-year-olds: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 20 to 24

Activities will vary between the camps.

 

 

Ivy Tech Community College is the state`s largest public postsecondary institution and the nation`s largest singly accredited statewide community college system serving nearly 200,000 students annually.  Ivy Tech has campuses throughout Indiana. It serves as the state`s engine of workforce development, offering affordable degree programs and training that are aligned with the needs of its communities.  In addition, its courses and programs transfer to other colleges and universities in Indiana. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.



"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 June 18-June 22, 2015

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

J A I L BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME
06/18/2015 0000 THRU 06/22/2015 2359
NAME ALIAS BOOK DATE TIME SEX AGE DOB RACE SSN ARR DATE TIME OCA
STREET ADDRESS AUTHORITY ARRESTING OFFICER RECEIVING OFFICER
CITY ST ZIP CHARGE RELEASE DATE
__________________________________________________
LONG,JASON KENNETH - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/18/2015 1643 M 31 07/30/1983 W 06/18/2015 1445 000020070340
1207 FRUIT STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFEN
Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 2 Counts| DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON COUNTY
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MCGINNIS,DOUGLAS RAY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/19/2015 1919 M 48 09/21/1966 W 06/19/2015 1847 199900000032
733 E TIPTON ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count | TR DWS-with pr 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
MARION/HUNTINGTON
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MCNALLY,MARK WILLIAM - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/19/2015 2103 M 56 10/16/1958 W 06/19/2015 2000 000020150216
94 S 337 W
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PE 06/22/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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THORNBURGH,SHAWN MICH - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/20/2015 2051 M 27 07/24/1987 W 06/20/2015 1738 000020120388
754 WHITELOCK
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA 06/22/2015
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
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FREDERICK,AARON LEE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/21/2015 0329 M 21 06/18/1994 W 06/21/2015 0329 000020120290
1556 COLLEGE AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS OF METHAMPHETAMIN
Additional Charges:DR POSS OF MET 1 Count | RE RESISTING L 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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FELTNER,PHILLIP B - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/21/2015 1331 M 45 01/15/1970 W 06/21/2015 0420 000020150217
1048 HENRY
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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TACKETT,MICHAEL J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 0004 M 35 08/10/1979 W 06/21/2015 2205 000020000156
161 JACKSON ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 2 Counts| RE TRAFFICING 1 Count | BURGLARY 1 Count | FR CHECK DECEP 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
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REITH,DUSTIN R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 1116 M 27 01/19/1988 W 06/22/2015 0955 000020140362
417 N MAIN ST
WARREN IN 46792 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA 06/23/2015
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
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JOHNS,STEVEN A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 1315 M 49 07/31/1965 W 06/22/2015 0955 000020100421
6325 HILLSIDE OAK DR
FORT WAYNE IN 46818 BA BATTERY 06/23/2015
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
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MILLER,CHRISTOPHER - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 1423 M 18 04/07/1997 W 06/22/2015 0830 000020150177
4614 BLUE WATER CT
FORT WAYNE IN 46804 DR MINOR POSSESSION ALCOH
Additional Charges:DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count |
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NIGHTINGALE,CAMERON P - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 1847 M 23 09/11/1991 W 06/22/2015 1746 000020130377
1144 COLLEGE AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 IDENTITY DECEPTION
Additional Charges:IDENTITY DECEP 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
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BROWN,TIFFANY MARIE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/22/2015 2232 F 26 07/15/1988 W 06/22/2015 2210 000020080180
762 POPLAR STREET 1/2
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO BODY ATTACHMENT
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 1 Count |



Jail Bookings June 15-17 2015

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 20th, 2015

J A I L BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME
06/15/2015 0000 THRU 06/17/2015 2359
NAME ALIAS BOOK DATE TIME SEX AGE DOB RACE SSN ARR DATE TIME OCA
STREET ADDRESS AUTHORITY ARRESTING OFFICER RECEIVING OFFICER
CITY ST ZIP CHARGE RELEASE DATE
__________________________________________________
NEVIL,NEIL DELBERT - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/15/2015 0101 M 38 08/06/1976 W 06/14/2015 2230 000020020520
331 CLINE STREET

HUNTINGTON IN 46750 OT DISORDERLY CONDUCT 06/16/2015
Additional Charges:OT DISORDERLY 1 Count |
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ALDRICH,TAMMY N - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/15/2015 1330 F 41 07/12/1973 W 06/15/2015 0830 000020150095
360 W WINDRIDGE DR
MARKLE IN 46770 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/17/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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KARST,DONALD R III - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/16/2015 1238 M 21 08/05/1993 W 06/16/2015 0830 000020110321
832 OAK
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | RE RESISTING L 1 Count |
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HAMMING,DUSTIN BRIAN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/16/2015 1324 M 30 09/19/1984 W 06/16/2015 0830 000020050344
539 LEYMEYER
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFEN
Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 1 Count |
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PHILLIPS,ZACHARY LELA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/16/2015 1829 M 21 08/01/1993 W 06/16/2015 1735 000020120299
311 E HIGH STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count | DR POSS NARCOT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
=====================================================
WEBER,RYLAN T - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/16/2015 2003 M 23 06/13/1992 W 06/16/2015 1845 000020140453
404 W 4TH ST
N.MANCHESTER IN 46962 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 2 Counts| DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
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SHARP,MAURICIO - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/17/2015 2159 M 27 02/17/1988 B 06/17/2015 2140 000020130233
619 E JEFFERSON STREET/P.O
WARREN IN 46792 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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ALDRIDGE,NIK E - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/17/2015 2355 M 29 07/17/1985 W 06/17/2015 2140 000020060428
1625 CANFIELD ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA DOMESTIC BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA DOMESTIC BA 1 Count | BA STRANGULATI 1 Count |



Jail Bookings June 8-June 10, 2015

By Pam Sherman
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

JAIL BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME 06/08/2015 0000 THRU 06/10/2015 2359

NAME ALIAS BOOK DATE TIME SEX AGE DOB RACE SSN ARR DATE TIME OCA
STREET ADDRESS AUTHORITY ARRESTING OFFICER RECEIVING OFFICER
CITY ST ZIP CHARGE RELEASE DATE
_______________________________________________________

PARRISH,DANIEL EDSON - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 0834 M 19 08/09/1995 W 06/08/2015 0812 000020140406
6130 MAUMEE AVE
FORT WAYNE IN 46803 TR NEVER LICENSED 06/09/2015
Additional Charges:TR NEVER LICEN 1 Count |
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ODEN,BRITTANY A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 0956 F 21 09/02/1993 W 06/08/2015 0950 000020150097
1958 HICKORY AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
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DAVIS,BRYCE P - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1243 M 32 09/13/1982 W 06/08/2015 0830 000020050174
4429 COVENTRY PKWY
FORT WAYNE IN 46804 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX RE
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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REEVES,DAVID RAMON - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1306 M 58 05/22/1957 W 06/08/2015 0830 000020040362
413 E STATE ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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COVE,CODY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1334 M 19 05/09/1996 W 06/08/2015 0830 000020140417
1117 SMITH ST
ROANOKE IN 46783 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
================================================================================
ROCK,JOSEPH A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1356 M 23 09/11/1991 W 06/08/2015 0830 000020120346
5125 E 79TH STREET
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46250 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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STRLE,BRIAR MICHAEL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1411 M 19 08/21/1995 W 06/08/2015 1035 000020140142
6828 W DIVISION RD
ANDREWS IN 46702 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count |
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JOHNSON,CHRISTINE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1425 F 45 01/19/1970 W 06/08/2015 0830 000020150157
36 W JACKSON ST
KNIGHTSTOWN IN 46148 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
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LAFERRIERE,HELEN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/08/2015 1833 F 27 01/20/1988 W 06/08/2015 1111 000020150206
10206 OLD WOODS RD 2


FORT WAYNE IN 46825 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 06/08/2015
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
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REECE,BRIANA RENE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/09/2015 1301 F 20 10/05/1994 W 06/09/2015 0830 000020140190
5349 N 352 W
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR DEALING IN METHAMPHETA
Additional Charges:DR DEALING IN 1 Count |
================================================================================
LARKEY,ELVIS AARON - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/09/2015 1343 M 35 05/06/1980 W 06/09/2015 0830 000020010029
1314 OGAN AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFEN
Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 1 Count |
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LASKOWSKI,JOEL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/09/2015 1434 M 26 11/16/1988 W 06/09/2015 1045 000020140316
5540 S 200 E
BERNE IN 46711 DR POSS MARIJUANA/HASH OI
Additional Charges:DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
================================================================================
GEYER,TREVOR D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/09/2015 1555 M 26 08/30/1988 W 06/09/2015 1045 000020070366
134 N MAIN ST 50
ANDREWS IN 46702 DR DEALING IN METHAMPHETA
Additional Charges:DR DEALING IN 1 Count | DR POSS OF MET 1 Count | DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count | TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
================================================================================
PHILLIPS,ZACHARY LELA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/09/2015 1802 M 21 08/01/1993 W 06/09/2015 1622 000020120299
311 E HIGH ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY 06/10/2015
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
================================================================================
BROSZ,TABATHA K - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/10/2015 1729 F 28 10/09/1986 W 06/10/2015 1623 000020140360
85 N JACKSON STREET
ANDREWS IN 46702 CO BODY ATTACHMENT 06/10/2015
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 1 Count |
================================================================================
BROWN,JENNIFER E - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/10/2015 1847 F 40 12/06/1974 W 06/10/2015 1740 000020150207
520 BOUGH CT
WABASH IN 46792 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX PE
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 3 Counts|
================================================================================
CASE,CALEB ANDREW - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/10/2015 2035 M 21 06/07/1994 W 06/10/2015 1849 000020140375

Run: 11-JUN-2015 9:07 HUNTINGTON CO SHERIFF Page: 3

650 ASH STREET HUNTINGTON D.SCOTT U15 GOFF,JEREMY
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BURGLARY
Additional Charges:BURGLARY 1 Count |
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WIDENER,TESS K - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/10/2015 2341 F 20 07/02/1994 W 06/10/2015 2341 000020130370
304 MATILDA STREET
WARREN IN 46792 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
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WINTRODE,DAKOTA L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/10/2015 2355 M 19 07/07/1995 W 06/10/2015 2355 000020140253
1333 GARDENDALE AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count | DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->



Jail Bookings June 3- June 7 , 2015

By Pam Sherman
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

AGENCY: 02 J A I L M A N A G E M E N T
BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME
06/03/2015 0000 THRU 06/07/2015 2359

NAME ALIAS BOOK DATE TIME SEX AGE DOB RACE SSN ARR DATE TIME OCA
STREET ADDRESS AUTHORITY ARRESTING OFFICER RECEIVING OFFICER
CITY ST ZIP CHARGE RELEASE DATE
_________________________________________________________
MOYER,DANIEL DUANE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/03/2015 1724 M 34 12/17/1980 W 06/03/2015 1550 000020100014
454 KINGSTON DR
DIAMOND DALE MI 48821 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD 06/05/2015
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
KNIGHT,KYLE DEWAYNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/04/2015 1328 M 20 09/22/1994 W 06/04/2015 1215 000020110009
5219 E 500 N 3
LEESBURG IN 46538 BURGLARY
Additional Charges:BURGLARY 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
BATES,JOEY W - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/04/2015 1600 M 42 08/29/1972 W 06/04/2015 1435 000020050172
1928 CAMDEN CT
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 HOLDING/NO CHARGE 06/05/2015
Additional Charges:HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HOME DETENTION/ALLEN CO ALLEN COUNTY
NICOLE SMITH/AAP / -
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BARTROM,RODNEY L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/04/2015 1929 M 57 02/23/1958 W 06/04/2015 1826 000020030244
337 S CLIFTON STREET
ANDREWS IN 46702 TR LIFETIME SUSPENSION
Additional Charges:TR LIFETIME SU 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
LITTLE,TONI - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/05/2015 0200 F 29 05/19/1986 W 06/05/2015 0130 000020130261
269 OAK STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-conviction d35-41- 06/05/2015
Additional Charges:TR DWS-convict 1 Count | TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
KELLER,NICOLE L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/05/2015 0859 F 25 02/03/1990 W 06/05/2015 0835 000020150111
4497 W 200 NORTH 10
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS OF METHAMPHETAMIN
Additional Charges:DR POSS OF MET 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
SCHNITZ,KORY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/05/2015 1049 M 18 11/20/1996 W 06/05/2015 0835 000020150071
453 W PARK DR
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
JACKSON,JIMMIE D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/05/2015 1116 M 27 07/25/1987 W 06/05/2015 0830 000020150139
1066 N 700 W
SWAYZEE IN 46986 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/07/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
====================================================================================================================================
BOOHER,ANN M WHITACRE,ANN M 06/05/2015 1236 F 47 08/09/1967 W 06/05/2015 0830 000020020106
10424 S WAYNE RD
WARREN IN 46792 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
KIEFER,KOLTON WAYNE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/05/2015 2238 M 20 04/18/1995 W 06/05/2015 2218 000020150196
9092 N 500 W
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
ROSS,KALOB M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/06/2015 0915 M 18 12/06/1996 W 06/06/2015 0645 000020150203
470 CLINTON ST
LAGRO IN 46941 TH CONVERSION
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
APOLONIO,REYNA - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/06/2015 1042 M 35 01/01/1980 U 06/06/2015 0725 000020150204
705 W LANDESS
VAN BUREN IN 46991 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/06/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
NOLAN,RYAN MATHEW - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/06/2015 1906 M 35 11/01/1979 W 06/06/2015 1845 000020000209
428 S BRIANT STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR ACCIDENT LEAVING SCENE 06/06/2015
Additional Charges:TR ACCIDENT LE 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
LEEP,COTY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/07/2015 1017 M 24 06/03/1991 W 06/07/2015 0755 000020150205
6174 S 300 W
WABASH IN 46992 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/08/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
BUNCH,JUSTIN JEFFREY - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/07/2015 2223 M 28 05/12/1987 W 06/07/2015 2114 000020150127
415 WILKERSON ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |



Jail Bookings May 28-June 2, 2015

By Pam Sherman
Monday, June 8th, 2015

Jail Bookings from May 28- June 2
AGENCY: 02 J A I L M A N A G E M E N T
BOOKING LIST BY DATE-TIME 05/28/2015 THRU 06/02/2015 2359

NAME ALIAS BOOK DATE TIME SEX AGE DOB RACE SSN ARR DATE TIME OCA
STREET ADDRESS AUTHORITY ARRESTING OFFICER RECEIVING OFFICER
CITY ST ZIP CHARGE RELEASE DATE
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
FORWARD,JONATHON DAVI - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/28/2015 1853 M 57 09/07/1957 W 05/28/2015 1650 000020140432
384 W 1000S
WARREN IN 46792 DR POSS CONTROLLED SUBSTA 05/29/2015
Additional Charges:DR POSS CONTRO 1 Count | TR NO INSURANC 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
FINANCIAL PROBATION IN TN
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
COLLINS,CHAYLLA NICHO - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/28/2015 2011 F 27 12/26/1987 W 05/28/2015 1753 000020120124
314 COUNTRYSIDE DRIVE
MARKLE IN 46770 TH THEFT
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count | FR CHECK DECEP 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
JULIE BOWERS / -
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CRAFT,PAMELA K - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/29/2015 0902 F 48 09/17/1966 W 05/29/2015 0825 000020150198
715 N MILL STREET
N. MANCHESTER IN 46962 BA BATTERY 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
CLONTZ,GABRIELLE M - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/29/2015 1004 F 25 12/25/1989 W 05/29/2015 0830 000020150180
2468 N 100E
BLUFFTON IN 46714 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
CONLEY,TIGH A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/29/2015 1640 M 24 03/12/1991 W 05/29/2015 1620 000020140409
3321 E 4TH ST
ANDERSON IN 46012 CO BODY ATTACHMENT 05/29/2015
Additional Charges:CO BODY ATTACH 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
CLARK,AUSTIN J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/29/2015 1811 M 23 06/11/1991 W 05/29/2015 1640 000020130238
3211 W 915 N
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 BA BATTERY 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
LOCKWOOD,LYNNE MARIE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/29/2015 1949 F 35 05/01/1980 W 05/29/2015 1815 000020120270
1011 BYRON STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH THEFT 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:TH THEFT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->

====================================================================================================================================
SANTOS,RONALDO - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/30/2015 0435 M 18 09/21/1996 W 05/30/2015 0435 000020150199
1853 S 900 W
ANDREWS IN 46702 DR MINOR POSSESSION ALCOH 05/30/2015
Additional Charges:DR MINOR POSSE 1 Count | TR NEVER LICEN 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
ALLEN,JAMES B - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/30/2015 1004 M 46 12/12/1968 W 05/30/2015 0603 000020150200
309 S GALLATIN ST
MARION IN 46952 TR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDE 05/30/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
CICATKO,JOSHUA BENJAM - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/30/2015 1915 M 28 07/08/1986 W 05/30/2015 1824 000020120171
90 SNODEN
ANDREWS IN 46702 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY 06/02/2015
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
COVE,CODY J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/30/2015 2152 M 19 05/09/1996 W 05/30/2015 2008 000020140417
1117 SMITH ST
ROANOKE IN 46783 BA BATTERY 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
ODETTE,JAMES J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/31/2015 1757 M 57 12/01/1957 W 05/30/2015 1700 000020150121
316 WHITELOCK
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INVASION OF PRIVACY
Additional Charges:CO INVASION OF 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
NICHOLS,MARK JAMES - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/31/2015 2006 M 43 09/27/1971 W 05/31/2015 1825 000020030861
353 CLIFTON ST
ANDREWS IN 46702 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
CREED,SHIANN NICOLE - - - NO ALIAS - - - 05/31/2015 2210 F 19 04/03/1996 W 05/31/2015 2118 000020150007
1334 OGAN AVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 DR POSS PARAPHERNALIA
Additional Charges:DR POSS PARAPH 1 Count |

<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
RATCLIFFE,JALEN - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/01/2015 0848 M 21 04/11/1994 B06/01/2015 0330 000020150201
2523 STARDUST DR
TUSCALOUSA AL 35400 TR DRIVING WHILE INTOX IM 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:TR DRIVING WHI 1 Count | DR POSS MARIJU 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
SHEPHERD,BRADY L - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/01/2015 1411 M 24 09/06/1990 W 06/01/2015 0845 000020150100
119 W VANBUREN ST
LEESBURG IN 46538 TH CONVERSION 06/02/2015
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
REBER,CHRISTI A - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/01/2015 1618 F 43 10/05/1971 W 06/01/2015 1115 000020090558
528 HITZFIELD ST C
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TH CONVERSION
Additional Charges:TH CONVERSION 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
SMITHLEY,RONALD D - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/01/2015 1704 M 41 11/16/1973 W 06/01/2015 1643 000020020616
1720 COTTAGE AVENUE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD 06/01/2015
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
RICE,BRANDON K - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/01/2015 2252 M 30 12/12/1984 W 06/01/2015 2252 000020130415
23 JADE ROAD
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR DWS-with prior DWS <=1 06/02/2015
Additional Charges:TR DWS-with pr 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
MANGANLDEEP,SINGH - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 M 46 03/22/1969 B 06/02/2015 0830 000020150064
7270 S WARREN RD.
WARREN IN 46792 BA BATTERY
Additional Charges:BA BATTERY 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
PARSON,KAIELA JANEUAL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 0249 F 25 07/24/1989 W 06/02/2015 0249 000020150202
800 BARTLETT ST
HUNTINTON IN 46750 HOLDING/NO CHARGE 06/03/2015
Additional Charges:HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
WILLIAMS,BEN R - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 1113 M 55 10/25/1959 W 06/02/2015 0830 000020150053
1314 MEMORIAL LANE

Additional Charges:TR HABITUAL TR 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
ADAMS,WILLIAM J - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 1613 M 47 11/29/1967 W 06/02/2015 0830 199900000135
470 E PARK DRIVE
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 FR FORGERY
Additional Charges:FR FORGERY 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
MEYER,DAVID E - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 1724 M 33 01/25/1982 W 06/02/2015 1139 000020150044
8973 W 800 N
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR OPERATING WHILE CONSUM
Additional Charges:TR OPERATING W 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
THACKER,JAMES RANDALL - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 1809 M 52 12/10/1962 W 06/01/2015 2250 000020030230
1414 E FRANKLIN ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 CO INTIMIDATION
Additional Charges:CO INTIMIDATIO 4 Counts| RE RESISTING L 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
HUNTINGTON COUNTY HUNTINGTON CO
/ -
====================================================================================================================================
NEWSOME,PAUL JR - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 1914 M 34 03/07/1981 W 06/02/2015 1820 199900000189
210 DOVER ST
LAGRO IN 46941 FA NON-SUPPORT CHILD
Additional Charges:FA NON-SUPPORT 1 Count | FALSE REPORTIN 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
VOGHT,JEFFERY LEE II - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 2036 M 19 09/29/1995 W 06/02/2015 2006 000020140195
1167 W JOE ST
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 HOLDING/NO CHARGE 06/03/2015
Additional Charges:HOLDING/NO CHA 1 Count |
====================================================================================================================================
HENDERSON,TANNER MATT - - - NO ALIAS - - - 06/02/2015 2115 M 22 12/28/1992 W 06/02/2015 2030 000020140187
874 CLINE STREET
HUNTINGTON IN 46750 TR NEVER LICENSED 06/03/2015
Additional Charges:TR NEVER LICEN 1 Count |
<---- PROBATION INFORMATION ---->
ON PAROLE INDIANA DEPT OF CORRECTIONS



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



Ground swell growing to stop annexation

By Lamont Neal
Thursday, May 1st, 2014

A meeting was held on Tuesday, April 29th to educate and inform the public and affected property owners whose land falls into the proposed forced annexation areas set forth by Mayor Brooks Fetters and the Huntington City Council.

The topics included the negative effects on the city and county residents if the annexation is passed. These negative effects include higher taxes to cover the costs of added infrastructure, the loss of revenues to the School Corporation and public library, and higher utility rates.

For more information, visit the City of Huntington’s website at  www.huntington.in.us , type “Annexation” in the search area then select  City of Huntington Annexation Plan 2014-2021. In addition to this report, type “Comprehensive Plan” in the search area, select  City of Huntington 2012 Comprehensive Plan  and scroll to pages 71-85 for further aspects of the annexation plan developed back in September of 2012.

The public is encouraged to voice their opinions about the annexation plan by contacting the City Council Members who will be voting yes or no to continue with Annexation.  City Council Members include: Charles Chapman, District 1, 260.359.3469, Paul Pike, District 2, 260.358.0763, Jim Long, District 3, 260.356.4682, Wayne Powell, District 4, 260.356.4934, Joe Blomeke, District 5, 260.356.6912, Greg Davis, At Large, 260.519.2223 and Jack Slusser, At Large, 260.356.4755. Mayor Brooks Fetters may be reached at 260-356-1400 x212, as well.

A Special Meeting and Public Hearing is scheduled for June 3, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers located at the Huntington City Building that citizens of Huntington City and County are urged to attend and voice their opinions.

The public is also invited to attend the next meeting against the forced annexation on Tuesday, May 6th at 6:30 pm at 6864 Stults Rd (6864N – 200W).  “LIKE ” the group’s Facebook Page Huntington Annexation to follow the latest information.

 

Cathy Beard



Niles N. `Red` Stahl

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, June 28th, 2015

  Niles N. `Red` Stahl, age 92, of Huntington, died at 9:00 a.m. Thursday (June 25, 2015) at his home.

     Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Monday (June 29, 2015) at Bailey-Love Mortuary, 35 West Park Drive, Huntington, Indiana.  Funeral services will follow at 12 p.m. Monday at Bailey-Love Mortuary, with Pastor David Herr officiating.  Burial will be in Gardens of Memory in Huntington County with military graveside rites performed by VFW Post #2689 of Huntington.

     Memorial contributions may be made to Parkview Hospice of Huntington, in care of Bailey-Love Mortuary, 35 West Park Drive, Huntington, Indiana, 46750.

     Niles was born on November 27, 1922 in Huntington, the son of Fred and Genevieve (DeVoe) Stahl.  He served in the United States Army as a medic during WWII.  He married Dora Engle on December 22, 1951 in Columbia City.  He retired as a painter from America Hoist in Fort Wayne.  Niles was an avid fisherman and liked woodworking - he made all his home furniture.

     Survivors include his wife of 63 years – Dora J. Stahl of Huntington; a daughter – Debbie A. (Roger) Small of Warren; his twin sister – Lynette Thorn of Huntington; two grandchildren – Lisa K. (Stuart) Foust and Brian N. (Jackie) Small, both of Huntington, and one great grandson – Grayson Foust of Huntington. He is preceded in death by his parents, three brothers – Kenneth Stahl, Burdell Stahl, and Gilburt Stahl, and two sisters – Berniece Thrift and Vera Stetzel.

      Friends may share an online tribute on the guestbook at www.baileylove.com.
 



Michael `Mike` Hall

By Pam Sherman
Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Michael Hall, 62, of Huntington, IN, passed away at 11:06 PM on Friday, June 26, 2015 at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, IN.  He was born on Monday, October 20, 1952, in Huntington, IN.  He married Dee Ann  Dobson on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Michael was a graduate of Huntington North High School. Mr. Hall was Co-owner and operator of the Pickle Lounge and Northside Lanes. He was an avid golfer and bowler. His favorite places to were Norwood Golf Course, Rainbow Lanes, and Oak Lanes. Michael enjoyed watching the Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, and I.U. he also enjoyed teaching bowling.
 
Survivors include his Wife - Dee Ann Dobson, Huntington, IN, Daughter - Erin (Larry) Billian, Fort Wayne, IN, Daughter - Lori (Bryan) Taueg, Fishers, IN, Daughter - Kelly (Brent) Antesberger, Chicago, IL, Son - Rick (Tabby) Hall, Huntington, IN, Sister - Marcia Ruppert, Perrysburg, OH, Sister - Connie Eckert, Huntington, IN, Brother - Pat Hall, Huntington, IN, Sister - Phyllis Frye, Greenville, SC, his 8 Grandchildren Leshaya, Grant, Mekyla, Lincoln, Ella, Maggi, Reagan, and Quinn, and Several Nieces and Nephews,
 
 
Michael was preceded in death by his Father - James Hall, Mother – Claribel Morrett Hall, and Brother - Doug Hall
 
Mikes wishes were for all casual attire.
 
Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Glancy - H. Brown & Son Funeral Home 203 N Matilda St. Warren on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
 
A service to celebrate Michael`s life will be at Glancy - H. Brown & Son Funeral Home 203 N Matilda St. Warren at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, July 01, 2015. The final resting place will be at Mossburg Cemetery, Liberty Center.
 
Preferred memorials:  Blackford High School Bowling  1776 Independence Pkwy  Hartford City    IN  47348      Northside Lanes Youth Program  1776 Independence Pkwy  Hartford City  IN  47348             
 
 
Arrangements are being handled by Glancy - H. Brown & Son Funeral Home in Warren.
 



Cora L. Davis

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 27th, 2015

  Cora L. Davis, age 83, of Huntington, died at 8:15 a.m. Thursday (June 18, 2015) at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.

     A private family memorial service will be held at a later date.

     Memorial contributions may be made to Love in the Name of Christ (Love INC) in Huntington, in care of Bailey-Love Mortuary, 35 West Park Drive, Huntington, Indiana 46750.

     Cora was born on May 26, 1932 in Kennett, Missouri, the daughter of Leather Louis and Cora Ruth (Bowling) Autrey. She graduated from Deering High School in Deering, Missouri in 1950 and married Edmond Earl Davis on December 31, 1951 in California, and he preceded her in death on April 20, 2005.  Cora was a homemaker and volunteered at Love INC in Huntington.  She was a member of New Life Fellowship Church and VFW Post #2689 Ladies Auxiliary, both in Huntington.

     Survivors include two daughters – Karen Sue (Mike) Barnum of Huntington and Eva Ruth (Steve) Trammell of Shawnee, Oklahoma; two sisters – Lorine Raw of Florida and Bernice Potisuk of Ohio; a brother – Weyman Autrey of Texas; seven grandchildren, six great grandchildren.  She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, a son – Samuel L. Davis; two brothers, and three sisters.

Please sign the online guestbook at www.baileylove.com. Bailey-Love Mortuary is honored to serve the family of Cora L. Davis.

 



Roy R. Rains

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 27th, 2015

Roy R. Rains, 91, of Montpelier, IN, passed away at 11:55 PM on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at IU Health-Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN.  He was born on Friday, January 11, 1924, in Montpelier, IN.  He married Ruth K. Bartle Rains on Saturday, March 29, 1947 in Delaware County.  Mr. Rains joined the U.S. Army shortly after graduating from Montpelier High School. He retired from the Chevrolet Muncie Plant. Roy formerly attended the 1st United Methodist Church in Montpelier. He also was a member of the Millard-Brown American Legion Post #156, where he served as Commander. He also was a member of the firing squad.  Roy enjoyed Golfing as well as gardening.
 
Survivors include his Son - Jim Rains, Bremen, IN, Son - Bill (Wife, Carolyn) Rains, Hartford City, IN, Daughter - Linda (Husband, Randy) Penrod, Bluffton, IN, Son - Jerry (Wife, Laura) Rains, Bartow, FL, Several - Nieces & Nephews, 9 - Grandchildren, and 7 - Great Grandchildren.
 
 
He was preceded in death by his Father - Roy R. Rains, Mother - Lela Blache Humphrey Rains, Wife - Ruth K. Bartle Rains, Brother - Joe Rains, Brother - Frank Rains, and Sister - Agatha Schwartzkopf.
 
 
Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home 109 W Windsor St Montpelier on Sunday, June 28, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
 
A service to celebrate Roy`s life will be at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home 109 W Windsor St Montpelier at 11:00 AM on Monday, June 29, 2015 with Pastor Bob Bothast officiating.  Interment will follow in the Brookside Memorial Park in Montpelier.
 
Preferred memorials:  Millard-Brown American Legion Post 112 W. Green St.  Montpelier    IN  47359                           
 
Arrangements are being handled by Walker & Glancy Funeral Home in Montpelier.
 
Online condolences may be made at www.glancyfuneralhomes.com
 
Millard – Brown to be in charge of Military rites at the graveside.
 
 



Ellen K. Elliott

By Pam Sherman
Saturday, June 27th, 2015

Ellen K. Elliott, 92, formerly of Hartford City, Indiana passed away at 4:25 AM on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at Rolling Meadows Health and Rehabilitaion in La Fontaine, IN.  She was born on Tuesday, June 05, 1923, in Hartford City, IN. to the late Issack and Emily (Mash) Jones.  She married Richard Elliott on Sunday, May 27, 1945 in Montpelier, IN. They enjoyed 29 years together. He preceded her in death on Dec. 2 1974.  Ellen attended Montpelier Schools. She formerly attended Pleasantdale U.M. Church. She enjoyed camping, crafts, and crocheting. She was a member of the Hartford City Senior Citizens. She was a homemaker.  Survivors Include:
Son - Richard E. Elliott, Hartford City, IN., Son - Waynedale L. (Wife, Doralee (Bastin) Elliott, St. James, MO.  Granddaughter- Kareyann E. Elliott, Sullivan, MO.,  Grandson- Waynedale L. Elliott Jr. De Sota MO., Grandson- Billieray D. Elliott, St. James MO. Sister-Barbara (Jones) Bolen, Wabash, IN.,  and 11 Great Grandchildren.
 
 
She was preceded in death by her Brother - Arthur Jones, Sister - Margaret Jones and
Sister - Edna Johnson.
 
 
Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home 109 W Windsor St Montpelier on Monday, June 29, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.   
 
A service to celebrate Ellen`s life will be at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home 109 W Windsor St Montpelier at 3:00 PM on Monday, June 29, 2015 with  Bob Bothast  officiating.  Interment will follow in the Hartford City Cemetery in Hartford City.
 
Preferred memorials:  Alzheimers Association 6324 Constitution Drive  Fort Wayne    IN  46804                           
 
Arrangements are being handled by Walker & Glancy Funeral Home in Montpelier.
 
Online condolences may be made at www.glancyfuneralhomes.com