Friday at First English Lutheran Church. Roepcke will officiate and burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery. Thursday at the Underwood Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the church building fund. Lewis Ruhl, 94, of Richwood died Monday, Jan. She was a volunteer at Memorial Hospital of Union County for many years. She married Merle Lewis and he died in She then married Harry Ruhl and he died in She is survived by a son, Richard L. Thursday at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood.
Bryan Lauzau will officiate and burial will be at the York Cemetery. Crider, 64, of Marysville died Sunday, Jan. She was a homemaker and attended Christian Assembly Church. She was a humorous person who enjoyed teasing and hearing jokes and was a loving mother and grandmother.
She was born Jan. Phelps Warner. She married Junior R. She is survived by her children, R. Ann Lanier and Steven G. Crider of Marysville; a grandson, Johnathan D. Lanier; and a sister, Shirley Jewell of Marysville. Tuesday at the Raymond Cemetery with the Rev. Donald Moceri officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the family to defray funeral expenses.
Arrangements are being completed by the Ingram Funeral Home. A graduate of Triad High School, she was a homemaker and formerly worked in food service. Cherry St. Jon Mountjoy and William Nicholas will officiate and burial will be at 11 a. Paxton, 75, of Marysville died Sunday, Jan. She was retired from the housekeeping department at Memorial Hospital of Union County and enjoyed a faithful membership with the Marysville First Baptist Church. She married Denver Paxton Aug. A Celebration of Life service will be held at 7 p. Wednesday at the Marysville First Baptist Church.
Peter Miller will officiate and burial will be at the Claibourne Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the church or the Union County Humane Society in care of the funeral home. He was an antique furniture dealer for the past 20 years and was previously the Brookside Country Club greenskeeper.
He was born May 29, , in Volga, Ky. He was a longtime resident of the Richwood area and former caretaker of the Claibourne Cemetery near Richwood. He had lived at Milcrest for the past eight years. He was qualified as a sharpshooter with the M-l rifle and served as a supply clerk, receiving the grade of corporal. He was a model railroader, avid crossword puzzle enthusiast and bingo competitor and was active in the Richwood Civic Center in his years of residence there. He married Katherine Benson Cicanese, whose son, Roland, lived with the couple, and she died in His third wife, Frances Easterday Shiera, died in Fred Cheney officiating.
Brown, 73, of Greenville died Wednesday, Dec. He was a farmer most of his life and was a veteran of the U. He was a member of Trinity Wesleyan Church. Funeral services will be held at 5 p. Saturday at the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home in Greenville where friends may call one hour prior to the service. The Mannasmith-Hale Funeral Home is assisting the family locally. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army. She moved to Union County after her marriage in , at which time she joined the New California United Presbyterian Church where she has since been an active member.
She also worked as a manager and consultant for Beeline Fashions of Chicago for nine years. The family relocated to Delaware County in the early s and she worked for 26 years as a full-time realtor, 25 of those years as a manager. She enjoyed her work and the people she worked with. After her retirement from HER Realtors, she and her husband traveled extensively. Philip Bougher will officiate and burial will be at the New California Cemetery. She taught school in Kentucky for nine years and retired from Westinghouse in Bellefontaine.
She was born May 2, , in Louisa, Ky. Memorial contributions may be made to The Gables activity fund. Edith E. Young Edith E. Young, 90, of Marysville died Friday, Feb. She was a graduate of Marysville High School and had attended an office training school. She was a former member of Faith Baptist Temple where she was involved with a monthly Friends Gathering.
She was born March 4, , in Marysville to the late James W. Young May 23, Graveside services will be held at noon Tuesday at Oakdale Cemetery with the Rev. Wayne Engle officiating. Friends may call at the Ingram Funeral Home from 10 a. Crum, 57, of Kenton died Monday, Feb. He was the former operator of the Indian Lake Flea Market. Funeral services were held at 1 p.
Friday at the Ingram Funeral Home. He was a bridge carpenter for Granite Construction and enjoyed baseball, bowling, golf and his children. He was of the Catholic faith. He was born in Livonia, Mich. Plant St. Goodrich in Green Camp where he worked for 25 years. He also worked five years for the Union County Engineer's office and for the last four years he drove for Kalmbach Feeds. He attended the Pharisburg United Methodist Church.
He enjoyed playing the guitar and attending his grandchildren's activities. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and his family was the center of his life. He was born June 20, , in Marion to the late Walter I. Friends may call from 1 to 4 and 5 to 8 p. Berestecky, 38, of Ostrander died Monday, Feb.
He regularly attended Powell Grace Brethren Church. He was a devoted husband and father who enjoyed camping with his family and designed and built various projects around the house. He was predeceased by his grandfather, John Petrus and his grandparents, Charles and Kathryn Berestecky. Pastor Rick Nuzum will officiate and burial will be at St. Dominics Cemetery, Donora, Pa. Thursday at the Rutherford Funeral Home, W. Olentangy St. He was the former owner of the Indian Lake Flea Market.
James Lace Hatcher Jr. He married Barbara Miller and Stella Gibson and was divorced from them. James Rothe of Columbus; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. Richard Teller will officiate and a graveside service will be held at 1 p. Henry H. Pierce Jr. A graduate of Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass. Navy veteran of World War II.
He was a board member and one of the founders of the Aviation Safety Institute in Worthington and a member of the Ohio Association of Insurance Agents.
He was born March 29, , in Hingham, Mass. Friends may call at the family farm, Elmwood Place in Irwin, from 2 to 4 p. Friday and at 12 Sessions Drive in Columbus from 1 to 4 p. A private family burial will be held and memorial services will be held in May at the Church of the Ephiphany. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the church, Scioto St. Beightler, 89, of Bellefontaine died Saturday, Feb.
He moved to Bellefontaine in from Marysville where he had been a city councilman for a number of years. He was a member of First Lutheran Church in Bellefontaine and a former member of the church council and New Life Foundation of the church. He was active in Boy Scouts most of his life and was a former member of Tecumseh District. After retirement, he served on the Bellefontaine Shade Tree Commission for 18 years, the last 10 years as chairman.
He was very active in the Bellefontaine Kiwanis Club where he was president in , past president of United Way in and member of Elks Lodge He is survived by his wife, Bernice Wolff Beightler whom he married Dec. Richard Traul of Bellefontaine; five grandchildren, Anne T. David Dr. Christine Traul of Charlottesville, Va. Wednesday at First Lutheran Church. Jonathan Bull will officiate and burial will be at the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Tuesday at the Eichholtz Funeral Home in Bellefontaine. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the church. Geho, 66, of Raymond died Saturday, Feb.
He was a retired supervisor with Siemans-Alice Corp. He was a member of Millcreek Church of Christ in Raymond. For many years, he coached junior league baseball and he was a member of the Raymond Junior Baseball Association and former association president. As an outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting and fishing but more importantly, he enjoyed attending his children's and grandchildren's sporting events. He is survived by his wife, G. Ruth Noland Geho whom he married Oct.
Memorial services will be held at 8 p. Tuesday at the Ingram Funeral Home with the Rev. Jack Knox officiating. She was retired after 26 years with The Scotts Company and operated Grandma Opal's Sewing from her home for seven years. Her family was the joy of her life. She married Nelson Sproull April 25, , and he died Jan. Tuesday at the Ingram Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice in care of the funeral home. He was preceded in death by a son, John Wibley, on Feb.
Survivors include his wife of nearly 50 years, Mary Milton Wibley, whom he married Oct. Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a. The reverend Donald Moceri will officiate and burial will take place at Oakdale Cemetery. Friends may call from p. Tuesday at the funeral home. Dildine, 82, of Morral died Thursday, Feb.
He, his father and his brother operated the former Dildine Feed Mill in Raymond for 25 years and he managed the Green Camp Cooperative elevator. Most recently, he worked with insurance and estate planning. He was on the building committee at Marion General Hospital at the time of the north addition, had been a Republican committeeman and was active with sponsorship of 4-H and FFA.
Monday at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood. Douglas Dean will officiate and burial will be at the Claibourne Cemetery where veterans graveside services will be conducted by the Marion County United Veterans Council. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, N. High St. Livingston, 71, of Marion died Wednesday, Feb.
She was a homemaker and had worked in housekeeping at the old Marion General Hospital and the current Marion General Hospital. She enjoyed camping cooking and the joy of her life was her family, her husband, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Chaplain Daniel Kiger will officiate and burial will be at the Claibourne Cemetery.
A real estate broker and owner of Coons Realty, he served Logan County and surrounding counties for many years. He was a member of Community United Methodist Church in York Center and will be remembered as an avid fisherman and devoted family man. He married Martha Louise Brooks Oct. Henry Brooks of Dayton; and several nieces and nephews.
Henry Brooks will officiate and burial will be at the York Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church in care of the funeral home. She was retired from the American Red Cross. She graduated from office training school in Columbus in She was a volunteer at St. Anthony's Medical Center for many years and was honored in for contributing more than 17, volunteer hours. She married Lewis E. Dunn March 2, , and he died Nov.
Friday at Oakdale Cemetery with the Rev. There will be no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Red Cross. She was a homemaker and a member of Lighthouse Christian Fellowship near Pharisburg. She will be sadly missed by many friends and family members. She was born March 24, , in Fostoria to the late Dewey K.
Mary S. Helen Jean Smith of Richwood; and other nieces and nephews.
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Graveside services will be held at 10 a. Friday at the Claibourne Cemetery. Pastor Linda Lee White will officiate. The Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood is in charge of arrangements. Raber, 90, of Plain City died Wednesday, Feb. He was a retired farmer and a member of Sharon Mennonite Church. Miller Raber and was predeceased by an infant daughter, Martha Ellen.
Saturday at Sharon Mennonite Church. Pastor Howard S. Schmitt will officiate and burial will be at the church cemetery. She enjoyed cooking and spending time with her grandchildren. She was born March 8, , in Van Lear, Ky. Pallbearers will be J. A capable man, he enjoyed a year career as an engineer in the steel and non-ferrous metal working industries. He was experienced in many facets of engineering and his work provided many assignments in Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East as well as the United States. He received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Toledo and was a graduate of Toledo's Waite High School.
Army Corps of Engineers. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and was a knowledgeable history buff, an avid reader and golfer and an extremely good cribbage player. He married Frances Mary Valiquette Aug. He is survived by three sons, John R. Carolyn Strutner of South Bend, Ind. Norman L. Carolyn Strutner of Worthington, Raymond J. Joyce Strutner of Venice, Fla. Saturday in the chapel mausoleum at Holy Cross Cemetery in Pataskala. Barry Bentz will officiate and friends may call 30 minutes prior to the service.
At one time, he owned and operated a children' day care center in New Mexico, a rest home in Missouri and a tavern in Richwood. Army veteran of World War II. He was born Dec. He married Bessie Jordan and she died Jan. He is survived by his wife, Eva Eddress Bohanan whom he married Dec. Tim Pasma will officiate and burial will be at the LaRue Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the VA hospital in Tampa in care of the funeral home.
She was retired after 30 years at Ranco in Plain City. She enjoyed her family, playing and winning at cards, crossword puzzles and music and was an avid OSU fan. She married Melvin C. Fite Jan. Frye, 76, of Delaware died Thursday, Feb. He was an insurance agent and owner with the Ditsler and Frye Insurance Company in Delaware and was a lifetime Delaware County resident.
He was born Sept. There will be no calling hours or services at this time. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, Curtis St. A loving homemaker, she truly was the treasured matriarch of her family and was quite proud to have completed five generations with 17 great-great-grandchildren. She was a lifetime member of the North Greenfield United Methodist Church and had been active in several garden clubs.
She enjoyed crocheting and especially liked to make baby blankets and slippers. She had a wonderful sense of humor and possessed a keen mind up to her final days. She married Clarence E. Bozman March 20, , and he died Sept. Winnie Bateson will officiate and burial will be at the North Greenfield Cemetery.
She lived in Fort Wayne for 40 years and moved back to Marysville in She was a graduate of Marysville High School and had worked at O. Scotts for several years. She had a great sense of humor and was interested in sports and world events. She will be greatly missed by family and many friends and will be remembered for her compassion for the less fortunate. She was born June 27, , in Marysville to the late Clinton M. She married Herbert Hutchisson, formerly of Ostrander, and he died Aug.
Monday at the Mannasmith-Hale Funeral Home. Groat will officiate and burial will be 3 p. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice in care of the funeral home. He was retired from the Nestle Company in Marysville. He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather and a good provider. He is survived by his wife, Georgia M.
Picklesimer of Marysville and Larry J. Jackie Picklesimer of Irwin; two daughters, Kathy L. He was a retired truck driver. He was a member of Hayden Baptist Church in Hilliard and enjoyed doing mechanical work on cars, trucks and lawn mowers. He is survived by his wife, Barbara L. Massie Skaggs whom he married July 10, , in Liberty, Ind.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 p. A former associate of the state of Ohio Department of Industrial Relations, he also worked as an insurance underwriter. An outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting, fishing and playing golf. A fan of the OSU Buckeyes and a baseball card collector, he enjoyed all varieties of sports. He was born June 30, , in Marysville and was predeceased in by a brother-in-law, Steve Pittman.
He is survived by his parents, Clarence W. Friday at the Underwood Funeral Home. Leo A. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p. Steiner, , of Marysville died Tuesday, Feb. He was owner and operator of the Marathon Oil Company in Marysville for 34 years. He joined the Ohio National Guard in and served for 30 years in Co.
E, 37th Division, a part of the Rainbow Division. In he received silver and gold medals on the Regimental Rifle Team. In his early years he played semi-professional baseball and played basketball for the Kenton Reds basketball team. He enjoyed Ohio State University sports and was an avid fisherman and sports enthusiast. He formerly attended the Church of Christ in Kenton. He married Hattie E. Smith June 2, , and she died May 9, He is survived by a daughter, Lavonne B.
Huffman of Ocala, Fla. Ruby Steiner of Delaware; four grandchildren, Sandra L. Hartman, Rita K. Hoppes, Steven Huffman and Bruce Steiner; four great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Peter Miller will officiate and burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a. Bailey, 85, of Bellefontaine died Sunday, Feb. She worked at DAB from to She is survived by her husband, Charles Bailey whom she married Oct.
Thursday at the Eichholtz Funeral Home in Bellefontaine. A homemaker, loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she was a longtime member of the First Presbyterian Church of Marysville where she was active with the Presbyterian Women's Association. She enjoyed songwriting and playing the piano, organ and dulcimer.
She was a fan of the Grand Ole Opry which she visited many times, socializing with many Opry stars and enjoying the shows from the front row. She enjoyed crocheting, crossword puzzles, fishing, playing cards and traveling and was an avid reader. Known for her good cooking and baking, she enjoyed roses and hummingbirds.
She was a honors graduate of Marysville High School and worked at her family's business in Milford Center, Clegg Dairy, upon graduation. Brust in Saturday at the Underwood Funeral Home. A Marion resident for almost 60 years, he worked as a mechanic's helper with the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad for 30 years. He was born April 26, , in Salyersville, Ky. Saturday at Marion Enterprise Baptist Church. Friday at the Boyd Funeral Home, W. Columbia St. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation.
She was a retired teacher and tutor, having taught in numerous area school districts. She was a member of Union Baptist Church. She married Lester Howard Littell in and he died in Saturday at Union Baptist Church in Richwood. Tim Peria will officiate and burial will be at the Price Cemetery. Friday at the Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood. Memorial contributions may be made to the church memorial fund in care of the funeral home. Maxwell, 71, of Marysville died unexpectedly Tuesday, Feb. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War where he served as a tank commander in the th Tank Company.
He had achieved Expert Marksmanship status and was discharged in Breece Maxwell. Before he was old enough to start school, his parents had died and he was raised by his maternal aunt and uncle, the late Caroline and Homer Christian. He is survived by his wife, Judith F. Layman Maxwell, his high school sweetheart, whom he married in in Richmond, Ind. Lawrence Jermyn, Deanna M.
Maxwell and Dawna G. Nicol of Marysville and Denise M. Douglas Scheiderer of Berne, Ind. He was a certified restorative nurse aide and was a former associate of Arlington Court Nursing Home. He was an avid fisherman. He was born Feb. Funeral services will be held at 6 p. Coakley, 83, of Raymond died Tuesday, Feb. A loving homemaker, she will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a faithful and active lifetime member of the Millcreek Church of Christ and was a graduate of Raymond High School. She enjoyed playing the piano and reading and especially enjoyed laughing.
Her greatest joy came from her grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son, David Coakley; a son-in-law, Daniel L. Calnan; a grandson, Daniel L. She is survived by her husband of more than 63 years, Kenneth L. Coakley whom she married Oct. Patricia M. Sweeney Coakley of Marysville and Thomas L. Carol Coakley of Apple Valley, Minn. Friday at the Millcreek Church of Christ. Jack Knox will officiate and burial will be at the church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church or the American Heart Association in care of the funeral home.
A wood craftsman, he retired after working 40 years with World Wide Games, a manufacturer of handmade hardwood table games and puzzles. He was a longtime brick and stone mason and he also showed world champion Pekinese dogs with his wife. As one of the original founding members of the Delaware County Mounted Deputy Sheriffs, he remained active with the unit for nearly 40 years. Most recently, he served as the unit's treasurer and was given the Mounted Deputy of the Year award. He was a graduate of Radnor High School.
Box , Delaware OH He was born July 5, , in Jerome to Paul E. Friends may call two hours before the services. He was a retired Union County dairy farmer, a lifelong member of several agricultural associations and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. As the result of his faithful 32 years of service as a Darby Township Trustee, the new children's playground in Unionville Center was named the Emerson Boerger Playground.
Paul Lutheran Church in Chuckery. Gerald Matzke will officiate and burial will be at the church cemetery.
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He retired from Denison Hydraulics in as a machine operator after 25 years. Known for his generosity, humor and big heartedness, he enjoyed cards, playing golf with the Old Timers on Wednesdays and senior bingo. Funeral services and military honors will be held at 11 a. Jay R. Decker will officiate and private burial will be held at a later date at Oakdale Cemetery. She was an eight grader at Marysville Middle School and her goal and ambition was to be a cosmetologist. She was born March 2, , in Findlay to Keith W. Saturday at the Crates Funeral Home, N.
Main St. Jerry Kellogg will officiate and burial will be at the Arlington Cemetery. A memorial service will be held at p. James Taylor officiating. Box , Marysville. She loved dogs, was an avid doll collector and enjoyed working with ceramics, making ceramic dolls. She married Paul E. Weitzenecker July 31, , and he died May 7, She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy M. Weitzenecker of Marysville; two sons, Don P. Peggy Weitzenecker of Marysville and William O.
Georgianna Weitzenecker of Delaware; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a brother, Robert L. Mary Rutan Sr. A memorial service will be held at 2 p. Sunday at the Ingram Funeral Home. James Taylor will officiate and burial will be at a later date at Milford Center. A homemaker, she was a former restaurant owner and operator in Tucson, Ariz. She was a graduate of Magnetic Springs High School. She is survived by a son, James H. Coleman of Redmond, Wash. Roepcke and Jay R. Decker will officiate and burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Trinity Lutheran School lunch program.
She was a member of St. She was predeceased by her husband, Richard Overturf in ; two daughters, Sue Starrett in and Diane Mullin in ; and a sister, Alice Wibright. Graveside services will be held at a. Saturday at the Plumwood Cemetery with the Rev. Gerald D. Matzke officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. He was a member of the Plain City Presbyterian Church for more than 65 years and served as a deacon for many years.
K Pamela Rihl of Tucson, Ariz. Thursday at the Ferguson Funeral home in Plain City. Wednesday with Masonic services conducted at 8 p. He was an avid farmer and had a great love for raising horses. He enjoyed rodeos and participated in the Heart of Ohio Saddle Club. He attended St. Pastor Roger Vogel will officiate and burial will be at the Watkins Cemetery where military services will be conducted by the Union County Honor Guard.
She enjoyed reading, working of crossword puzzles, crocheting and gardening. She is survived by her husband of 68 years, Herman L. Graham whom she married June 4, , in Richmond, Ind. Jean Graham of Sidney and Terrence K. Kathy Reiff will officiate and burial will be at Maple Grove Cemetery.
A loving homemaker, she found great joy in being surrounded by her grandchildren and enjoyed the serenity of her home and farm. She was born July 14, , in Beltzhoover, Pa. She married Raobert A. Guenther Nov. Funeral services will be held at 8 p. Tuesday at the Mannasmith-Hale Funeral Home.
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Joe Thompson will officiate and burial will be at p. Wednesday at Jefferson Memorial Park in Pittsburgh. Friends may call from 6 p. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice in care of the funeral home. She was a homemaker and managed the House of Cards. She had also worked for Elder Beerman and Wal-Mart. She loved her family, especially her grandchildren, and enjoyed working in her flowers.
Avis Melvin Coffey and was predeceased by her first husband, Larry Evans. She is survived by her husband, Max E. Daniel Kiger will officiate and burial will be at the Prospect Cemetery.
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Friends may call from 3 to 7 p. She was employed by Ranco Industry for many years, then worked for Eddie Bauer for several more years. She very much enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren. Charles Wertz will officiate and burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Kidney Association in care of the funeral home. Shaw, 67, of Marysville died Saturday, March 27, , at Memorial Hospital of Union County surrounded by her family after an extended illness with emphysema.
A homemaker, she was an avid crossword puzzle work and enjoyed shopping at Wal-Mart. She was dedicated to her children and grandchildren. She was born April 29, , in Columbus to the late John E. Tuesday at the Ingram Funeral home. Keith Matthews will officiate and burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Children's Hospital in care of the funeral home.
She retired after 20 years of service as a secretary in the purchasing department of O. Scott and Sons. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and was an avid flower gardener who for many years grew flowers for the sanctuary of the church. She enjoyed reading, crocheting, playing bridge, crossword puzzles and fishing. She founded Grandma's Fishing Excursions, to the delight of her grandchildren. She married Eugene M.
Dawson Feb. She is survived by three children, Rita J. Rausch of Marysville, Maxwell E. Yolanda Dawson of Lithia, Fla. Doug Chute of Wise, Va. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a. Barry Bentz will officiate and burial will be at Sunset Cemetery near Galloway. Sunday at the Ingram Funeral Home where a Rosary will be read at 8 p. He was a graduate of Marysville High School and had wintered for the past 10 years near Kissimmee, Fla.
He and his wife raised poodles for several years and he compassionately cared for all animals. He will best be remembered for his love of automobiles, especially Fords. He was a member of the National Hot Rod Association and was a formidable drag racer in his younger years and in recent years while working side by side with his sons in their drag racing endeavors. He and his sons were recognized as the Best Dressed Pit Crew for the orange and white shirts they wore to match their dragster's paint job. He shared his passion for cars with his sons and brothers and together they restored hundreds of antique and hot rod automobiles.
He found peace and confidence while working on cars and thrived on the adrenaline and thrill that only speed could offer. He was a true friend to his children and will be remembered as a devoted husband, dedicated father and proud and loving grandfather. Pastor Tony Pfarr will officiate and burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p. As a reflection of Roger's love of automobiles, family and friends are encouraged to drive their restored hot rods or automobiles to visitation and the funeral. Memorial contributions may be made to the Union County Heart Association in care of the funeral home.
She was retired as a file clerk with the O. Scott Company after more than 10 years of service and enjoyed reading, bird watching and gardening. Private services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Audubon Society in care of the funeral home. Mike Reynolds will officiate at graveside services to be held at 10 a. Saturday at the Prospect Cemetery. Neal, 69, of Kenton died Friday, March 26, , at his home.
He was retired as a supervisor in the service department at Tecumseh Products in Marion after 31 years of service and was plant manager at Shape Form in Plain City for nine years. Hammitt Neal. He married Norma J. Rogers Nov. Scott Johnson will officiate and burial will be at Grove Cemetery. Saturday and noon to 4 and 6 to 8 p.
Moose Lodge will conduct a memorial service at 7 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Hardin County Hospice. Phelps, 82, of Milford Center died Wednesday, March 24, , at her home surrounded by her family. She was retired after 28 years as a bus driver for the Fairbanks school district.
She enjoyed cooking for her family and watching her grandchildren in their many sports endeavors. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. Memorial contributions may be made to the Phelps Fairbanks Special Needs Fund in care of the funeral home. MARY L. A loving wife and mother, she will be remembered in the area for her longtime affiliation as a cook and associate with Hermie's Restaurant and Herschel's Restaurant.
Sarver; two infant siblings; and two brothers-in-law, Richard Shreve and John Owen. She married John C. Rister on Oct. Saturday at the Mannasmith-Hale Funeral Home. Paul Reynolds will officiate and burial will be at the Raymond Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association in care of the funeral home. He was a retired farmer and a graduate of Byhalia High School.
He enjoyed gardening, talking on CB radio and wintering in Florida. He married Betty Shirk in and she died in He is survived by his wife, Wilma D. Marsh Dysert whom he married Sept. Roger Gordon will officiate and burial will be at the Price Cemetery. A loving wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker, she opened her home to the community as a child care provider for more than 20 years and formerly served as secretary for the Horton Landmark. She moved from Ohio to California at the age of 13 and returned after graduating from Colton High School in She enjoyed a collection of unique salt and pepper shakers and especially enjoyed camping.
Affectionately known as MaMa, she was happiest when surrounded by her family, especially her grandchildren. Stott Bryant and was predeceased by her father; her father-in-law, Harold Johnson; and an infant grandson, Aaron Alexander. She is survived by her mother of San Bernardino, Calif. Mac Geissinger will officiate and burial will be at Greenlawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Tri-Care Hospice in care of the funeral home.
Nicol, 75, of Jupiter, Fla. She moved to Jupiter from Marysville in and was a receptionist with the physicians' office of Thomas R. Rowe, M. Sykes, M. She was affectionately known as Mom and Nana and enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She will be most remembered for the unconditional support and love she gave her children and grandchildren. She reveled in their individual accomplishments and was extraordinarily proud of their achievements. Nicol in She is survived by her children, Kathy K. David Hale of Jupiter, Ray A. Jennifer Kennedy of Winter Park, Fla. Raymond F. Faloona Nicol of Jupiter, and David L.
Lake of Santa Fe, N. A memorial service will be held at 11 a. Pennsylvania Gov. The public event is one of 10 sessions that are part of the SPTF's statewide listening tour, which was organized to increase focus on suicide prevention as part of Wolf's broader executive order in August to reduce gun violence in Pennsylvania. Students and community members looking for a way to destress are encouraged to attend Self-Care Sunday, p. The stress reducing, community-building event is designed to promote coping skills through fun and interactive stations and activities that will be hosted by more than 20 student groups and organizations.
The film follows the five emotions - Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear - of year-old Riley as they try to guide her through the difficult and life-changing event of her family moving across the country. The film addresses the importance of managing one's emotions compared to keeping them concealed and letting them run havoc.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend or participate in the Nov. Participants will be asked to do 22 pushups to build awareness about suicide among veterans. The event, based on the national social media campaign encouraging participants to do 22 pushups for 22 days, will be hosted by the SRU chapter of the Student Veterans Association of America.
The Office for Inclusive Excellence will host the third installment of their Diversity Dialogue series, p. The series addresses prominent topics on campus and in culture. The Nov. Attendees can stamp their chosen "power word" on a metal bracelet. MyIntent bracelets, according to its website, "are a powerful tool because they invite you to reflect on what's most important and then you have a stylish wearable daily reminder of the one thing you want to be your best self.
The all-day workshop will provide participants with basic first aid training that addresses mental health specifics. Reservations are required and available on CORE. SRU is a caring community and we hope these events will serve as a reminder of that to everyone. No one is ever truly alone. The event, 7 p. Macosky Center for Sustainable Education and Research, are sponsoring the event. The conversation will focus on impacts and future projections of climate change in western Pennsylvania.
Julie Snow, SRU professor of geography, geology and the environment, inspired by the Project and a desire to take action, led the charge to coordinate the University's town hall event. They need to understand that so that they can be prepared for the future. The event will address global warming's current and projected impact on this portion of the state, what people need to understand about climate change as a whole, how to best prepare for climate change and other concerns that audience members might have.
Panelists will include Snow; Shawn Davis, assistant professor of parks, conservation and recreational therapy; Paul Scanlon, director of sustainability; Becky Loophold, a retired naturalist who formerly worked at Jennings Environmental Education Center in Butler; and Bruce Cooper, director of the regional chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby. Following introductions and an overview of western Pennsylvania climate change, Snow will solicit questions from the audience as panelists look to jump-start a conversation with attendees about how climate change is currently affecting them.
It's all just as relevant to people here as it is anywhere else. Snow hopes to attract attendees from all walks of life and stressed the importance of collaboration between all disciplines when talking about the urgency of the issue. To have a really meaningful conversation about climate change, it has to include all of the stakeholders that are involved - and that's everybody. Delegates from all 14 campuses met Nov. If a majority of members vote in favor of ratifying the contract, it will then be forwarded to the State System's board of governors for approval.
With our renewed partnership, I'm optimistic about the future of the State System. The most recent faculty contract expired June 30, and by law, the provisions of that agreement will continue until a new CBA is ratified. Their next negotiation session is Nov. The SRU team, comprised of four students from a level Auditing class taught by Melanie Anderson, professor of accounting, economics and finance, included: Nathan Endres, a senior dual marketing and accounting major from Trafford; Gerad Greco, a senior accounting major from Pittsburgh; Marcus McGee, a senior accounting major from Monessen; and Alex Micknis, a senior accounting major from DuBois.
Twenty-six teams from colleges and universities in the Pittsburgh region were provided a case study about conducting a company audit for a client. Cathy Burnheimer, the owner of Popped Envy, an online gourmet popcorn business, will speak at p. The event is free, open to the public and will be followed by a reception featuring a variety of popcorn. Burnheimer, a SRU graduate with a degree in communication, will share her entrepreneurial story that saw her go from cake baker to purveyor of popcorn, which included an appearance - and subsequent victory - on The Food Network show "Winner Cake All.
Burnheimer taught herself to bake cakes 14 years ago and grew a successful business out of her Butler County home called Frosted Envy. The menu currently includes 43 flavors - with unique offerings such as Bacon N Cheese and Lemon Pound Cake - as well as vegan and Kosher varieties, providing options for those struggling with food allergies.
For more information, or to recommend a future alumni speaker, contact Bailey at Joseph Harry, a Slippery Rock University associate professor of communication, recently had a research article published in the Semiotic Society of America Yearbook, "Semiotics Signs of Resilience. Reminiscence was first introduced by Charles Peirce, the late pragmatist philosopher who is considered the founder of American semiotic logic, known as the logic of signs. Harry's analysis concluded that reminiscence, in Peirce's context, functions as a sign type for thinking through logical problems and is not to be confused with its everyday meaning of a pleasant, wistful reflection.
The SSA is a transdisciplinary professional organization that serves a diverse community of scholars with common interests in the study of signs and sign systems. The SSA Yearbook is its annual publication of member submitted scholarly works. Five Slippery Rock University students recently completed a service project at Reynolds Elementary School in Greenville, helping redesign display boards throughout the school to align with Reynolds' positive behavior intervention program.
The SRU students worked with Mykie Morneweck, a sixth grade teacher at Reynolds, to get an understanding of the school culture before developing the boards and returning to the school to build them. They will facilitate meaningful discussion and consolidate feedback from the session and provide a report to the task force to inform its comprehensive suicide prevention plan.
Antonellis' entry in the juried exhibition, "Point Reyes Volute," is a byinch ballpoint ink drawing on cotton paper that is inspired by breath work and yoga. Founded in , the AAP is the oldest, continuously exhibiting artist member organization in the country with more than members. However, before you "fall back" at 2 a. We get used to patterns and when there's a change, we get a discrepancy between our internal states and our external cues. It takes our body awhile to adjust and retrain the internal clock.
A subtle shift of our sleep-wake cycle, even by one hour, can have significant effects. Researchers around the world have studied the effects of DST, with many finding harmful effects from losing an hour in the spring, including slight increases in fatal automobile accidents the Monday after DST starts, to heart attacks the following week. Based on this, it's easy to assume that, because of fall's gain, people should be more alert and well rested in the days following the end of DST.
A study by Yvonne Harrison, published in the journal Sleep Medicine Reviews, found that only a minority of people actually slept during the extra hour in the fall and during the following week, those that didn't, woke up earlier each day, woke up during the night and had trouble falling back to sleep. The reason people don't adapt right away is because humans, like almost all living organisms, respond to circadian rhythms that regulate timing.
According to the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, circadian rhythms are "physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a daily cycle," which "respond primarily to light and darkness in an organism's environment. A best practice in the week following the end of DST, according to Eade, is to adjust to your new schedule as quickly as possible by sleeping at the hours you plan to do so until DST starts again and not stressing the body. The Centers for Disease Control recommends at least seven hours of sleep for adults each night.
To practice proper sleep hygiene, Eade recommends setting consistent, daily sleep and wake-up times; developing calming rituals before going to going bed to wind down; using more natural light in your bedroom; disconnecting from electronic devices and not relying on the weekends to make up for lost hours of sleep because your body will have to adjust again. We have a lot of biological clocks in our body and a lot of them are regulated by those that are associated with sleep, which tells us when we are going to rest and when we aren't. Army Cadet Command's 2nd Brigade.
Competitors were scored on nine military skills on a non-tactical course, in addition to a kilometer ruck march and an Army Physical Fitness Test. By competing in the event, the cadets helped improve their scores on the National Order of Merit List, which is used to place cadets in the U. Army school of their choice after they graduate, such as Airborne Training, Air Assault Training, internships programs and other positions with active units.
To make it fun and easy to do so, they are joining forces with two other University organizations to sponsor a Zombie 5K run and a Stress Less Event. By supporting wellness-related events at SRU like the Nov. Wellness isn't something that should be pushed aside during stressful times," said Shawn Davis, assistant professor of parks, conservation and recreational therapy, and PCW co-chair.
One way to integrate wellness is to appeal to people who wouldn't normally sign up for a 5-kilometer run and to incorporate aspects beyond the physical, such as social and emotional wellness. Registered runners will wear flags and will be chased by people dressed as zombies who will attempt to take their flags.
At the end of the race, any uncaptured flags can be redeemed for raffle tickets for a chance to win prizes. The more flags a runner has kept out of the hands of the zombies, the better their chances of winning. Check-in and registration starts at 8 a. Early registration, prior to Nov. To register, click here. Those seven pillars include: emotional, environmental, intellectual, occupational, physical, social and spiritual wellness. The event, open to the entire campus community, is being organized as a class project by students in the Professionalism, Advocacy and Leadership in Physical Activity course taught by Dallas Jackson, associate professor of physical and health education.
The PCW has supported other events and resources on campus such as starting a meditation room on the third floor of the Smith Student Center and an ecotherapy garden at the Macoskey Center, as well as encouraging people to represent SRU in the Pittsburgh Marathon's Campus Challenge. As an example, staff at the Student Health Center may prescribe exercise to students who are not achieving the daily recommended amount of physical activity. That "prescription" can include a free, six-week exercise program at the Aebersold Student Recreation Center.
The exercise program is facilitated by senior exercise science students. EIM is a global health initiative managed by the American College of Sports Medicine to encourage physicians and other health care providers to include physical activity when designing treatment plans and to refer patients to evidence-based exercise programs and qualified exercise professionals. Of the campuses recognized this year, 55 received gold, 56 received silver and 28 received bronze. Molly Mistretta, a Slippery Rock University assistant professor of counseling and development, recently co-authored a book about self-care for educators experiencing compassion fatigue and burnout.
As part of their visits, each candidate will deliver a public presentation and answer questions during an open session. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members are invited to the open sessions. Candidates' names and vitae will be posted online at www. A response form for open session attendees to provide feedback to the search committee will be available on the webpage. At 11 a. Both events are free and open to the public. Longo served six years in the U. Marine Corps, including a combat deployment to Afghanistan.
I just hope that I can lend my voice to the community and make them proud," Longo said. Military Appreciation Week events, organized through the Veteran's Center and the Office for Inclusive Excellence, include the following:. The SVA will provide an opportunity for SRU students to participate in a series of leadership activities to build a sense of camaraderie among veteran and civilian students. Hemline, a four-tour Iraqi War veteran, retired staff sergeant and wounded warrior, is a professional motivational speaker and comedian who performs as the "Well Done Comedian.
Faith-based student organizations at SRU will host a showing of the movie "Indivisible" followed by a discussion. The Veterans Center will host a panel discussion consisting of SRU faculty, alumni and military veterans addressing the myths and misconceptions surrounding military deployments. The SVA is hosting a showing of an episode of the television series "Band of Brothers" followed by a discussion. The SGA is hosting a showing of the movie "12 Strong. Members of the SRU community are asked to wear red to "remember everyone deployed.
Throughout the week, canned food donations will be accepted for Butler VA Health Care System and Robin's Home, a home supporting housing for women veterans and their children in Butler, from 9 a. Allison Peiritsch, a Slippery Rock University assistant professor of communication, recently had a paper published in the Journal of Media Ethics. Peiritsch's paper, "Starbucks' Racial-Bias Crisis: Toward a Rhetoric of Renewal," examines the coffee company's crisis response to the April arrests of two black men waiting for a friend in one of the chain's Philadelphia locations.
In her paper, Peiritsch asserted that Starbucks enacted the rhetoric of renewal in its crisis response. She goes on to reframe the crises as moments of organizational opportunity instead of moments of organizational threat. The Journal of Media Ethics publishes original essays that explore ethics and morality among practitioners in journalism, broadcasting, public relations, advertising and other mass communication disciplines.
Candidates' names and vitae will be posted online at sru. A response form for open session attendees to provide feedback to the search committee will be available online Nov. The candidates will have lunch with SRU students. Approximately 1, students are expected to take advantage of nearly classes offered during the Dec. Nearly three quarters of the Winter Session course offerings are at the undergraduate level and include both Rock Studies liberal arts classes and major courses. The other quarter of the classes are at the graduate level. All Winter Session classes are offered online.
It's just a great way get ahead and stay ahead. Registration for Winter Session begins Nov. First-year and transfer students who had planned to start their SRU experience in the spring semester are eligible to enroll in the Winter Session. Grascen Shidemantle, a Slippery Rock University graduate with a bachelor's degree in biology, was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for her work as a doctoral student at Binghamton N.
At Binghamton, she is studying how human activity and pollution, such as salted roads in the winter, are affecting amphibians on sublethal levels. Participants attending Slippery Rock University's recent professional development day learned this, and it was exemplified by the work of an SRU student who interned last summer for a software company in Pittsburgh. The workshop, "Engaging and Working with Generation Z," focused on interacting with individuals born between Generation Z is quickly becoming the largest and most diverse generation in history.
Corey Seemiller, workshop keynote speaker and one of the leading experts on Generation Z, said that Gen Zers are motivated through relationships and passion for their work, which is different than older generations like millennials born , who are motivated by rewards and incentives, and Generation X born , who are motivated by independence and trust. According to Morning Consult, this first digitally native generation has a starkly different media diet.
During his summer internship with SAP Ariba, a software company with offices in Pittsburgh, Addison Winterhalter, an SRU senior dual management and marketing major from Venetia, was tasked with converting run-of-the-mill messaging into engaging communications for the company's technical support engineers around the world. At the KCE, Winterhalter created humorous internet memes and whimsical graphics that accompanied mundane procedural notices that were sent via email to the TSEs.
An example is a series of comic book-style employee profiles that portrayed a TSE as a superhero and described his or her duties and interests. Yuska supervised Winterhalter and one other intern who executed the idea by taking photos and using two applications to create a visual comic book effect. Their work was viewed by hundreds of TSEs through email and on the company's intranet page. It's also important to keep people's attention.
If you send the same email over and over again, people stop reading them. We're making it a little more fun, and that makes people happier at work, improves productivity and fosters a better work culture. Winterhalter said it's important to reach people in a way that they are used to, and for Generation Z, that's often with content similar to what they see on social media.
Career purpose also matters to Generation Z. SAP Ariba provided its interns with professional development seminars and activities, as well as job shadowing opportunities, so they could see their experience in the broad context of their career and not just task performance. It provided me the experience and the knowledge of what else is out there. I did a lot of independent job shadowing and I tried to reflect on what these jobs entailed. I learned about my interests and that I have a passion for interacting with people.
The Princeton Review chose the more than schools featured in the guide based on a survey the company conducted during the academic year of administrators at hundreds of four-year colleges about their institutions' commitments to the environment and sustainability. While the majority of the schools on the list are based in the U.
Colleges were selected for inclusion based on their "Green Rating" scores from 60 to 99 that the company tallied for colleges. The magazine used data from its survey of hundreds of four-year colleges. The survey asked universities to report on their school's sustainability-related policies, practices and programs. More than 25 data points were weighted in the assessment.
Schools with Green Rating scores of 80 or higher made it into the guide. The Princeton Review developed its "Green Rating" for schools working with a panel of experts on higher education sustainability practices to develop a survey for school administrators covering three key factors, including:. Franek said that college applicants and their parents are increasingly concerned about the environment and sustainability issues.
PA Volunteers is a charitable organization based in Butler that supports first responders and emergency personnel. Through the partnership, SRU students majoring in homeland security and corporate security will receive training in class and in the field provided by PA Volunteers during the first two years of the program. Subjects will include shelter management, community emergency response team certification, medical points of dispensing and other aspects of community preparedness. Students will culminate their training with active involvement as volunteers with PA Volunteers during the first semester of their junior year.
Following the training phase, students will be eligible to take part in interagency exercises, multijurisdictional training sessions and be given the opportunity to network with representatives from emergency management agencies at the state and federal levels. Jordan Guido, SRU instructor of homeland and corporate security studies, is serving as the coordinator of the program. Guido, a SRU graduate with a degree in political science, previously worked as the emergency management coordinator for the city of Fort Myers, Florida. It's convenient and quick.
The event also provides students with the first opportunity to pick up their commencement tickets. Applicants who applied by the Oct. Each guest, including children, must have a ticket. Tickets will also be distributed Nov. There will be a special Saturday distribution of tickets, 11 a. A valid student ID is required to pick up tickets. Students who applied after the Oct. Students that missed the Oct. At the fair, the SRU Alumni Association will distribute zipper pulls to candidates and distribute medallions to magna cum laude graduates.
Staff from SRU's Office of Career Education and Development will distribute information about the official "First Destination" survey that graduates will receive via email. The survey measures what graduates are doing after college. The CED also will provide information about its remaining workshops, "Managing Money and Debt" and the "Senior Career " program that will cover letters, resumes, using LinkedIn, networking, interviewing skills and the best and worst ways to search for a job.
Questions related to caps, gowns, announcements and rings should be directed to the SGA Bookstore at: Jason Kush, a Slippery Rock University associate professor of music, recently performed at two noteworthy concerts in Pittsburgh and Mexico City. Kush played the saxophone in an orchestra that backed Hugh Jackman in an Oct. The concert was part of Jackman's "The Man.
The Music. The Show. Kush was also a featured soloist at the Pittsburgh show. He performed a solo recital and was a soloist with a professional jazz band. He also judged classical and jazz saxophone competitions, and taught a master class. There's no question that seeing original paintings by Rembrandt or Van Gogh is an entirely different experience than seeing the works in a textbook or on a computer screen.
To ensure its students have the best learning experience possible, Slippery Rock University is offering a number of faculty- and staff-led study abroad programs. Students gain a better respect for life outside their own orbit, particularly with my art majors as they come into direct contact with real art that may prove inspirational for the work that they are producing.
Pitluga will be leading students enrolled in his Art History Seminar course to Belgium and the Netherlands during spring break, March , The deadline to register for his and 17 other faculty- and staff-led programs traveling abroad for spring break and summer is Nov. Once a student identifies a desired program, they are asked to contact the professor and register for the class by the Nov. Some programs have limits, including those exclusively for campus music groups or classes with prerequisites.
However, Pitluga is waiving the prerequisite for the Belgium and Netherlands trip. The following are spring break and summer programs for Spring break departure and return dates, between March , are to be determined:. Broad Street, Grove City. The event will feature a program focused on the art of storytelling featuring three speakers who construct their narratives "through unorthodox and unique mediums" according to Aaron Cowan, SRU associate professor of history and co-coordinator of the CPH.
Speakers include Tommy Thompson, '19, who is the writer and creator of the "Dirty History" podcast, which explores historical topics that are often considered taboo; Stephanie Strasburg, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, whose work explores storytelling through the evolving landscape, economic and sociopolitical conditions of the Rust Belt; and Joe Wos, a nationally recognized cartoonist, author and storyteller. National Arts and Humanities Month is a national collective recognition of the importance of culture in America. The celebration was launched 30 years ago by Americans for the Arts as "National Arts Week" in honor of the 20th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Arts.
In , it was reestablished by Americans for the Arts and national arts partners as a month-long celebration, with goals of focusing on the arts at local, state and national levels; encouraging individuals and organizations to participate in the arts; allowing governments and businesses to show their support of the arts; and raising public awareness about the role the arts and humanities play in our communities and lives. While the event is free and open to the public, donations will be accepted to fund future collaborative CPH community programming.
Rivers, the quarterback of the nationally ranked SRU football team, was included in the "Faces in the Crowd" section. SI recognized Rivers for leading the top-ranked offense in NCAA Division II after he threw for 1, yards, rushed for yards and completed a Division II-best 23 touchdown passes through the first five weeks of the season. The SRU football team has a record and is ranked No. SRU student presenters and local vendors will be available at various informational booths to cover topics such as phishing, public and home Wi-Fi security, malware, social media safety and encryption.
Among the topics generating a lot of attention during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is ransomware, which is a type of malicious software that blocks access to a computer system until the victim pays a sum of money. The best defense is to continually back up your data to a separate system.
The National Cyber Security Alliance, a nonprofit organization, and the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Agency, a federal government agency, work with the U. Department of Homeland Security to help educate consumers about online dangers. Attendees at the Oct. Completed cards can be entered for a chance to win an HP Stream Notebook laptop computer. Employees in Slippery Rock University's Finance Department taught financial literacy classes earlier this month at Freeport Area High School as part of an inaugural community service program organized through the United Way of Butler County.
Molly Mercer, chief financial officer, who serves on the United Way of Butler County board of directors, led a group from SRU that included Cara Kriebel, senior budget analyst; John Simon, assistant controller; Renee Jenkins, director of student accounting; and Linda Moore, position control manager. They helped freshmen students at Freeport understand the basics of establishing plans, budgets, saving and investing. In the book, Cooke and coauthor David Austin, professor emeritus of recreational therapy at Indiana University, Bloomington, describe activities and games that practitioners can use in a variety of settings with people of all ages and abilities.
The activities in the book were designed to focus on specific goals and objectives for use as therapeutic tools. Each student will present two selections, a classical piece and a piece of their choosing. The scholarship, which provides tuition support to three SRU students, honors the late Chad Williamson. The competition will be judged by Liza Kelly, an assistant professor of music at Western Kentucky University, where she teaches voice and language diction.
Tom Wolf. She will join seven other board members who include licensed physical therapists, athletic trainers, two members of the public and the commissioner of professional and occupational affairs. The State Board of Physical Therapy regulates the practice of physical therapy in Pennsylvania by passing qualified applicants for licensure as physical therapists and registration as physical therapist assistants.
Among its other functions, the board issues, renews, suspends and revokes licenses and registrations. Ultimate, a video fighting game using the Nintendo Switch console. During the competition, players control various Nintendo characters - including Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog - using differing attacks to weaken their opponents and knock them out of an arena. There will also be opportunities at the event for students to play games and learn about gaming outside of the tournament play.
The tournament is one-vs. Classic GameCube, joy cons and Nintendo Switch gaming controllers will be provided. Next Level Gaming will provide the gaming equipment. Up to four games will be played concurrently on separate screens with one large screen displaying the action. Interest in esports has grown at SRU in recent years. The club was formed two years ago with fewer than 15 members. Teams representing the Esports Club at SRU play in intercollegiate tournaments every weekend during the semester, playing games like League of Legends, Overwatch and Counterstrike, but the Oct.
The event, complete with an oversized American flag, aircraft flyover, themed displays and military-inspired game uniforms, coincides with the SRU football team's contest versus Clarion University, 1 p. Beginning two hours prior to kickoff, ROTC will showcase a number of military-themed displays and activities, including a rock climbing wall and a M howitzer cannon.
All pregame events in the parking lot are free and open to the public. All military veterans, current military personnel and first responders will be admitted to the game for free and will be asked to stand and be recognized during a timeout. Veterans groups will also have booths with information and giveaways near the stadium entrance, including a representative from the VA Butler Healthcare. Weather permitting, Steve Setner, who owns a Korean War-era medical evacuation helicopter, will conduct a pregame flyover for the second year in a row.
Fans can show their support for military personnel and first responders by purchasing a specially-designed military and first responder T-shirt at the SGA Bookstore located inside the Smith Student Center or at the gate on game day. The SRU football coaching staff will be wearing military and first-responder apparel, while the players will be wearing their gray uniforms in honor of U. Military Academy cadets. The Faculty and Guest Artist concert is a collaboration of SRU dance and art students, faculty and nationally and internationally known guest artists.
We really wanted to be able to show Slippery Rock and the surrounding communities what our faculty are capable of. The concert will feature 63 student dancers and singers, seven guest artists, nine faculty members, as well as SRU's Afro-Colombian Dance Ensemble.
Ambrosio is excited for the students to work with the guest artists in order to receive a more diverse dance experience. It provides an opportunity to work in a different manner and really contributes to the students' education," said Ambrosio. Besides Ambrosio, other SRU faculty that are coordinating, performing and choreographing the event include:. The concert will include up to 10 performances consisting of Afro-Colombian and contemporary dance and jazz. The concert will open with "Celebration ," a piece originally premiered Feb.
Jacob's Pillow is known for hosting the oldest, internationally acclaimed summer dance festival in the United States. Reconstructed for this modern performance, "Celebration" is a dance that is a minimalist study of joy. It will be performed by students under the direction of representatives from the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance.
It is considered a classic example of the stark abstraction of Graham's formative years and the vocabulary she was creating: clear, forceful gesture full of angularities and gruff athleticism. Originally performed by a cast of 12 women, Ambrosio describes the work as "pure, austere, succinct expression. It has no storyline but is exuberance itself.
The second half of the concert will open up with a collaboration of film and dance as Renzi and Keller present "Tumult," a short film set in a school auditorium. It centers on two groups of students who move, meet and part, and is described by Renzi and Keller as "innocence and experience on seemingly parallel paths.
Renzi served as the director and Keller as the cinematographer. For the alumni performance, Mannolis and Vitale will be performing "Quick, recover," a dance representative of their signature athletic and intricate styles, derived from a fusion of various modern dance styles. The piece is heavily influenced by contact improvisation, a dance form based on the communication between two moving bodies that are in physical contact; and their combined relationship to the physical laws that govern their motion-gravity, momentum and inertia. Logun Beck, a junior dance major from Cherry Tree. The Ecroyd Award recognizes a PCA member who has a commitment and a sustained record of research and publication in the field of communication.
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The PCA is professional organization that promotes teaching, research, service and development of all areas of human communication. The rankings, posted on GuideToOnlineSchools. This is why we have spent the past year researching over 1, schools to highlight the best online colleges of in each state. SRU was ranked No.
THIS provides students the opportunity to work in all areas of state government while earning a full semester's worth of credits. Shimmel is working in the office of state Rep. Swart is interning in the Center for Rural Pennsylvania, a bipartisan agency of the state Legislature. Shimmel and Swart, along with nine other students participating in the program, will also attend several academic seminars during their fall semester internship.
Each of the students will complete an individualized research project as part of the program's requirements. More than students from the State System universities have participated in THIS since the program began in , each gaining valuable insight into the workings of state government at the policy-making level. Interns have worked with dozens of state agencies, as well as in the offices of the governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives and the attorney general.
I hope in the course of this semester these 11 students have the opportunity to learn how in the future they can contribute to Pennsylvania's success. State System students interested in participating in THIS in a future semester may obtain information on the program by calling the Dixon University Center at More information on the program also is available at: www. Pragati Rawat, a Slippery Rock University assistant professor of political science, recently had a paper published in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Science, a publication of the Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies that recognizes and evaluates interdisciplinary research, practice and public policies.
Rawat's paper, coauthored with three other academicians from Old Dominion University and the University of Colorado, Boulder, is titled "The action-oriented stakeholder engagement for a resilient tomorrow ASERT framework: An effective, field-tested approach for engaging stakeholders. Refuse it! The event, co-sponsored by SRU's President's Commission on Sustainability and the League of Women Voters, is intended to help students find alternatives to using plastics in daily life as well as empower them with education.
Beyond Plastic is free and open to SRU students, faculty and staff. More than registered high school students and their teachers from 10 local school districts are expected to participate. The event will include speakers, films and panel discussions related to sustainability, as well as demonstrations of environmental-friendly products and do-it-yourself workshops hosted by college and high school students.
There will also be hourly door prizes such as bags made of recycled materials, reusable straws, beeswax food wrap and bamboo eating utensils, all of which are alternatives to their single-use plastic counterparts. There will be nearly 30 student poster presentations and product demonstrations in the SSC Ballroom, first by high school students from 11 a. For the high school students, this event is a great opportunity to hear messages about something they believe in from their peers and to get experience presenting.
Sylvia Edwards, a senior exercise science major from Monroeville; Morgan Meyer, a junior exercise science major from Newton Falls, Ohio; and Mikayla Peluso, a junior exercise science major from McDonald, will be presenting exercise apparel made from recycled materials, particularly plastic recovered from the ocean.
Edwards, Meyer and Peluso volunteered to take part in the symposium after Steve Verba, associate professor of exercise and rehabilitative sciences, shared the opportunity with the trio. Verba acknowledged that other faculty and students from other departments can draw similar connections to reducing waste in their disciplines and fields. He is one of the plus members of the PCS, which includes students, faculty, staff and community members, that advise the SRU president on sustainability initiatives, strategies and policies for the University.
These include everything from the recycling of dining hall waste to meeting the University's sustainability goal of achieving carbon neutrality by Symposium speakers will include Mark Dixon, an environmental activist and filmmaker; Lisa Anne Hamilton, an environmental lawyer from the Center for International Environmental Law; Sabrina Culyba, the director of the Human Action Pittsburgh's "No Plastic Please" campaign; and Heather Benek, a local zero-waste advocate and health coach.
There will be an art exhibition, created by SRU fiber arts students, that will include a multi-story, experimental installation using plastic. He previously visited SRU Oct. Greenstein will host an open forum from a. All students, staff, faculty and the media are encouraged to attend. Prior to the open forum, the chancellor will meet with SRU President William Behre, the University's executive leadership team, and an invited group of faculty members.
Following the open forum, Greenstein will join Behre, invited legislators and the University's council of trustees for lunch. He'll end his visit by meeting with a student focus group. The chancellor is expected to provide an update regarding System Redesign initiatives and actions taken at the Oct. Greenstein became the fifth chancellor of the State System Sept. He serves as chief executive officer of the State System, which operates Pennsylvania's 14 public universities.
The chancellor works with the board of governors to recommend and develop overall policies for the State System. He previously led the Postsecondary Success strategy at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where he worked with other higher education leaders across the country on initiatives designed to raise educational-attainment levels and to promote economic mobility, especially among low-income and minority students. He developed and implemented a national strategy for increasing the number of degrees awarded and for reducing the attainment gaps among majority and non-majority students at U.
He earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and a doctoral degree in philosophy from the University of Oxford. Peterson completed the Atlantic City qualifier in five hours, 39 minutes, placing 81st in her gender and th overall. Vincent Santucci, the senior paleontologist for the U. The event, hosted by the Park Ranger Society and the Geology Club at SRU, is open to the public and will include fossil displays and the opportunity for attendees to earn a badge and become "Junior Paleontologists.
He's been the driving force to push through legislation like the Paleontological Resource Protection Act and he's the only senior paleontologist in the parks service. He's got quite the background and it's very exciting that he's visiting SRU. It was easy to convince Santucci to visit The Rock.
She is a sophomore park and resource management major from Gettysburg. National Fossil Day is a nationwide partnership and celebration to promote the scientific and educational values of fossils. It was established by the NPS in He will show fossils and fossil replicas, including a Smilodon, which is a saber-toothed tiger. Attendees can get a booklet in which they can complete tasks required to become a Junior Paleontologist.
Santucci will be available to give the oath to aspiring Junior Paleontologists and present them with a badge. A veteran of nearly 35 years in the NPS, Vincent Santucci has worked in various national parks including Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and the Petrified Forest and has supported geology and paleontology projects in more than national park areas.
He has published more than articles and reports related to NPS paleontology. The Queen's Six were established in , the th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth I, from whom they take their name. The group, based at Windsor Castle in England, are members of St. George's Chapel Choir, which consists of boy trebles and twelve professional adult male singers. The Chapel Choir performs at eight chapel services weekly, private and state occasions, and often before the royal family.
The group performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Queen's Six perform a broad repertoire, from early chant, Renaissance polyphony, bawdy madrigals and haunting folk songs to upbeat jazz and pop arrangements. Their latest recording projects include a CD of Christmas music, "Lo, how a rose e'er blooming" and a CD of some of their much loved pop and jazz arrangements, "The mood we're in Eaton-Stull; Kaylee Noah, a senior social work major from Slippery Rock; and Genevieve Zajac, a senior social work major from Lancaster, New York, presented a workshop, titled "Doggone Great Groups," about developing creative animal-assisted group interventions.
NASW-PA is the largest membership association for professional social workers in Pennsylvania, serving as the leading voice of the profession by enhancing the value and respect of social workers, influencing public policy and promoting social justice. Ready to get to it? Don't worry, downloading the stencils isn't "trick"-y at all. Click on the links above and you'll be "brewing" up some fun in no time. What's that, you say? You wonder how carved pumpkins came to be known as jack-o'-lanterns in the first place?
Wonder no more my friends, as we share with you the legend of Stingy Jack. According to legend, Stingy Jack - also known as Jack the Smith, Drunk Jack, Flaky Jack and his most appropriate alias which we will reveal shortly - invited the Devil to have a drink with him. True to his name, Stingy Jack didn't want to pay for his drink, so he convinced the Devil to turn himself into a coin that Jack could use to buy their drinks.
Once the Devil did so, Jack decided to keep the money and put it into his pocket next to a silver cross, which prevented the Devil from changing back into his original form. Jack eventually freed the Devil, under the condition that he would not bother Jack for one year and that, should Jack die, he would not claim his soul. The next year, Jack again tricked the Devil into climbing into a tree to pick a piece of fruit. While he was up in the tree, Jack carved a sign of the cross into the tree's bark so that the Devil could not come down until the Devil promised Jack not to bother him for 10 more years.
As the story goes, God would not allow such an unsavory figure into heaven. The Devil, upset by the trick Jack had played on him and keeping his word not to claim his soul, would not allow Jack into hell. He sent Jack off into the dark night with only a burning coal to light his way. Jack put the coal into a carved-out turnip to light his way and has been roaming the Earth with it ever since.
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The Irish began to refer to this ghostly figure as, you guessed it, "Jack of the Lantern" which became "Jack O'Lantern" and finally jack-o'-lantern. In Ireland and Scotland, people began to make their own versions of Jack's lanterns by carving scary faces into turnips or potatoes and placing them into windows or near doors to frighten away Stingy Jack and other wandering evil spirits.
In England, large beets were used. Immigrants from these countries brought the jack-o'-lantern tradition with them when they came to the United States. They soon found that pumpkins, a fruit native to America, make for an even more perfect makeshift lantern and jack-o'-lanterns were born. National All Girl Team. The team represents the United States at international competitions and is compromised of the most talented female cheerleaders in America ages 18 and older.
Nichols is the head cheerleading coach at the University of West Georgia where she has led all girl and coed teams to more than 10 national collegiate titles. Dunlop is one of three student leaders selected from Pennsylvania's 14 public universities to represent students on the board.
Dunlop, who applied for the position, was appointed by Gov. Tom Wolf and confirmed by the state Senate. The member board of governors, which meets at least four times per year, has overall responsibility for planning and coordinating the development and operation of the State System. The BOG establishes broad fiscal, personnel and educational policies under which the member universities operate. Student BOG appointees, who may serve until they graduate, participate in all board discussions and have the same voting rights as all other members.
This is a great opportunity to share the voice of the students. Making sure all , students' voices are heard will be an incredible challenge, but I'm ready for it. The board wants the students' voice; I'm a student and I will deliver that voice. All performances are in the University Union Multipurpose Room. Skeele's update is a story of betrayal and revenge, set in an isolated holler in contemporary Appalachia, where meth lord Jason rules with an iron fist. When he tries to exile his wife, Medea, and replace her with the daughter of a mafia don, he ignites a vengeful fury that threatens the destruction of his entire world.
Skeele said that the production is a hybrid of a concert and play with a live band built into the performance. Musicians taking part in the performances are members of the western Pennsylvanian bluegrass band, Well Strung, known for its "traditional yet progressive bluegrass music. Skeele said that through this original adaptation, he hopes audiences will be able to fully explore and understand the controversies associated with Medea's world, from murder to the endless cycles of revenge that are a common theme in Greek tragedies. Skeele said he enjoyed the freedom of diverting from Euripides' original plot points in creating his adaptation.
I think this version of 'Medea' is more sympathetic to the main character with some different angles included to explain who she is that the original didn't provide. Tickets can be purchased at the Smith Student Information Desk, by calling With that in mind, organizers of Slippery Rock University's annual Healthfest hope that campus and community members alike will avail themselves of the free preventative services that will be offered by more than 60 exhibitors.
Healthfest will take place from 9 a. Now in its 34th year, Healthfest offers students, faculty, staff and community members of all ages resources and information that will help them to better care for themselves mentally, physically and financially. Sponsored by the Office of Campus Recreation, the event will offer nutrition counseling, drug and alcohol awareness, vision and blood pressure screenings, and more.
Services are provided by various University departments, student organizations and external health service providers. Participating campus groups include exercise science, public health and physical and health education, as well as the Student Counseling Center and the Student Health Center.
Stack hopes that attendees will recognize that the ARC is more than just a place to lift weights or play basketball, but rather a place where individuals can pursue overall wellness. Brittany Fleming and Emily Dolan, assistant professors of communication, will present "Creating an Inclusive Newsroom," a workshop to help students avoid harassment, discrimination and incivility in their student-run media newsrooms and internships.
The staff at Slippery Rock University's Old Stone House has one of their own that is sure to liven up anyone's seasonal "spirit" - the annual "Spooky Stories" event. This year it takes place at and 8 p.
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