Archive - Jul 28, 2011
Norman Henry Schrolucke, 90, formerly of 10472 Plattner Pike, New Knoxville, died Wednesday evening, July 27, 2011, at the St. Marys Living Center.
He was born Feb. 7, 1921, in Van Buren Township, Shelby County, the son of Louise (Henschen) and Henry Schrolucke. On July 4, 1943, he married LaRue Eversman on July and she preceded him in death Feb. 19, 1990.
He was preceded in death by two daughters, Beth Thomas and Judy Grimes.
Eileen Marie Gierhart, 91, of Green Springs, and formerly of Lima and Bradenton, Fla., died at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at Elmwood Health Center in Green Springs.
She was born Feb. 21,1920, in Defiance, the daughter of Helen (Pocock) and John Diringer. Both parents are deceased. On June 29, 1942, she married Ralph Edward Gierhart, who died October 13, 2006.
Describing the House Speakerâs plan and Republican behavior as âirresponsible,â a U.S. senator from Ohio is calling for an end to the bipartisan budget bickering during this pivotal time in history.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown called for Republicans to raise the debt ceiling to keep the United States from defaulting and accept a budget deal to cut the deficit by $2.2 trillion. Congress has until Tuesday to approve raising the debt ceiling to avoid default and a lowering of the nationâs credit rating.
The Readmore Hallmark store was being packed up and cleaned out on their last day of business on Wednesday.
The Readmore Hallmarkâs last day was Wednesday, as they had a 75 percent off sale on the remaining items throughout the store on Willipie Street in Wapakoneta.
Owner Steve Brunner, of Lima, announced in February that the Wapakoneta Readmore Hallmark would be closing.
After the Wal-Mart Supercenter opened in the city, business changed for the worse, Brunner claimed.
âWhen Wal-Mart came in, we lost a quarter of our business and it never came back,â Brunner said.
The gifted coordinator, gifted intervention specialist and literacy coach for Wapakoneta City Schools has a new job title.
During a meeting of the Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education Tuesday, Carrie Knoch was unanimously approved for the position as assistant principal at Wapakoneta Elementary School.
The employment in the position for the 2011-12 school year is at a salary of more than $59,000 for 192 days.
âShe has very good experience from an instructional standpoint and a good skill set for what the needs are,â Horner said. âShe will be an excellent fit.â
It turns out this isnât the first time the Colts have expressed interest in Joe Horn.
It is, however, the first time Joe Horn has accepted their offer.
âFunny story â the Baltimore Colts invited my grandpa Joe (Horn) to training camp back in the â60s,â the younger Joe Horn said Wednesday from the now Indianapolis Colts practice facility in Indianapolis. âBut he decided not to go.â
The younger Joe Horn wasnât about to do that when the Colts contacted his agent on Tuesday and offered him a free agent contract.