Kelli S. Werner 50, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Sunday December 9, 2018 in Aurora, Indiana.She was born April 27, 1968 in Dearborn County, Indiana, daughter of the late Robert Werner and Mary (Johnson) Werner.Kelly was employed at New Horizons. She loved dancing, flipping through magazines, drawing in her notebooks, shopping at Wal-mart and eating at Skyline Chili. Kelli loved hugs and her smile could light up the room.She is survived by her brothers, Rick Werner of Aurora, IN. and Bobby (Sudie) Werner of Aurora, IN. , as well as 7 nieces and nephews and 8 great nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Mary Werner; sister, Tammy Werner, brothers, David, Michael and Greg Werner.Friends will be received Saturday, December 15, 2018, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at theFuneral Home, at 1:00 pm.Interment will follow in the Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Rescare Homecare. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Published on April 13, 2019 at 12:13 pm Contact Andrew: email@example.com | @A_E_Graham Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 9 Syracuse (7-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) visits No. 18 North Carolina (7-4, 1-1) in the Orange’s regular-season conference finale. A win potentially keeps SU out of the new play-in game, between the four and five seeds, in the ACC tournament. A loss guarantees an appearance in the Apr. 25 contest.Here’s what to know about the Tar Heels.All-time series: Syracuse leads, 17-8Last time they played: At the Carrier Dome almost a year ago to the day, then-freshman midfielder Brendan Curry scored two goals in the final 1:34 of the game to force overtime. He then assisted on Brendan Bomberry’s overtime winner. The win sealed SU’s No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament and it’s second-straight undefeated conference season.The North Carolina report: Though the Tar Heels have hung behind the rest of the ACC in the national polls, UNC is the only team besides Virginia with a chance to finish 3-1 in conference (UVA holds the tiebreak). Three of their four losses came against the Top 10.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the Tar Heels have one of the best offenses in the conference, churning out 19.73 points a game, No. 17 nationally. UNC’s 13 goals a game ranks 14th.Still, North Carolina struggles to get the ball to its offense at times, winning barely more than half of faceoffs (50.3 percent). In turn, the Tar Heels scoring defense is good (9.91 goals per game), but not a unit to smother an opposing attack line.How Syracuse beats UNC: Hope one of Jakob Phaup and Danny Varello gets hot and ride them to victory.Syracuse demonstrated how it can beat a dominant offense when it muzzled Cornell on Tuesday: Deny the ball. Phaup dominated at the faceoff X and the Orange in turn ran long possession after long possession, generating goals and keeping the ball away from it’s defense at the same time.If the Orange can do the same against the Tar Heels — command the ball as much as possible — it should have a very clear path to victory. And with Phaup, the country’s fifth-most effective faceoff man, it’s a viable plan, too.Stat to know: -3 — Syracuse’s conference goal differential. In avoiding the four-five ACC game, there are two scenarios in which SU gets stuck in a three way tie with Duke and Notre Dame for the second, third and fourth or third, fourth and fifth seeds, respectively. If it comes to that, the tiebreak is conference goal differential, where the Orange lack. Notre Dame, still to host North Carolina in a week, sit at -5, currently and Duke, which plays Virginia on Saturday, is +3 in goal differential.Player to watch: Nicky Solomon, freshman attack, No. 5The true freshman and younger brother of Syracuse attack Nate Solomon is third on the Tar Heels with points (24) and tied for second in goals (16). Last Saturday against Virginia, he recorded his first career hat trick and ninth multi-point game. Comments
The best tennis player in the world, Novak Đoković, arrived in Sarajevo on Monday, and accompanied by the founder of the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation, Semir Osmaganić, he visited the pyramids in Visoko. As confirmed to Fena news agency from the Foundation, Djokovic’s arrival was prepared for two months and he so far visited the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the Foundation Museum and the prehistoric underground tunnels of Ravna. Djokovic is an extremely spiritual man who is interested in energy and spirituality, which is why he decided to visit the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, and it is planned that he will stay in BiH until Wednesday, accompanied by his parents.“Bosnian valley of pyramids is the largest world complex of pyramidal structures and an archaeological phenomenon that should be researched intensely.”This was one of the conclusions from international scientific conference in which 55 leading experts from 13 countries of the world participated. Today, this research is the largest global archaeological project that attracts dozens of thousands of tourists to Visoko every year.In addition to the Bosnian Pyramid of Sun and a complex of tunnels under the valley of pyramids whose electromagnetic, ultrasound and ionized energies have healing features, the Archaeological and Tourist Park Ravne 2 was opened in this are recently. This park covers around 40.000 square meters and offers a whole series of new contents to the visitors.“Archaeological and Tourist Park Ravne 2 is something new in Europe. This unique park is a combination of archaeological, tourist, recreational and energetic contents. We turned neglected wetlands into a beautiful natural ambience. There are yoga platforms, areas for meditation and relaxation. People feel comfortable here. When you arrange an area that has been neglected for 100 years, the soil starts breathing again and paying you back multiply. It is an area where soul gets to rest,” said Semir Osmanagić.When entering the complex of tunnels, visitors notice that the temperature is significantly lower than on the outside. Another interesting fact is that temperature in the tunnel is always the same – twelve degrees. It is scientifically proven that concentration of negative ions, which clear the atmosphere from bacteria and viruses, is significantly higher in the tunnel than usual, which explains the beneficial effect of the tunnel on human body.“A healing chamber is located 220 meters from the entrance to the underground tunnel labyrinth Ravne. People who have problems such as asthma, high blood pressure, elevated sugar and similar issues can solve them precisely by staying in this healing chamber. When we enter the tunnel, our body has no enemies, and our cells can work in peace and renew our body without disturbances,” Osmanagić said.After eleven years, this project became the most active archaeological locations in the world. Every year, hundreds of volunteers from all around the world come to Visoko, together with dozens of experts. In the past seven years, 2.350 volunteers from 62 countries from six continents actively worked in this area.Tunnels Ravne are located only several kilometers from the entrance to Visoko and the entire complex is open for public 365 days a year.
Wanda FechtWanda Marie Waller Fecht, age 83, of Mexico Mo., died August 24, 2013. She was born in Wellington.Memorial Services will be held 11 a.m., Friday August 30, 2013 at Arnold Funeral Home with burial with full military honors to follow at St. Brendan Cemetery.Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until the time of the service Friday at the funeral home.Wanda was born February 17, 1930, to William H. and Leah Studley Bink Waller in Wellington.They moved to Alva OK in 1932, and then to Clinton OK in 1934, where Mr. Waller served as cashier for the Santa Fe RR.Â Wanda attended all three grade schools (Nance, Lincoln, & Washington), Wilson Jr. High, and graduated from Clinton High School in 1948.During her Junior and Senior HS years, Wanda worked for the Del Rio Theatre, the Morris Candy Co., and also for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. for 1.5 years.Â She later went to Western Union School in Oklahoma City, and graduated from there in April 13th, 1951.Â She worked for Western Union in Borger TX, and was Manager at Western Union at the Shamrock, TX office until it was closed.Â She then returned to Clinton, where she worked as a teletype operator at the Clinton Daily News.Â She and two friends (Betty & Corky) moved to Tucson AZ, where they worked as PBX operators for Tucson Star & Citizens Newspaper.While in Tucson, Wanda joined the United States Air Force in 1953.Â She went to San Antonio TX for basic training, and then was sent to the Navyâ€™s Dental Tech. School in Great Lakes IL.Â After graduating in the top 3 in a class of 100, she was transferred to Maxwell AFB in Montgomery, AL.Â While stationed there, Wanda met her husband-to-be, Raymond L. Fecht of Mexico MO.Â Wanda was discharged from the Air Force in 1953, after attaining the rank of A/1C.Following her discharge, Wanda attended Wichita Kansas Business College for a year on the GI Bill.On April 30, 1957, Wanda and Ray Fecht were married in Hernando MS; at that moment, she not only became a wife, but also a step-mother to Rayâ€™s 9-year-old son, Ronald L. Fecht.In 1959, Wanda went to work for ZeeWay Products in Mexico MO, and eventually became Manager for ZeeWay; she worked for ZeeWay for 21 years.When ZeeWay closed, Wanda bought the assets, built her own shop, and opened Wandaâ€™s Glass & Screen Repair in 1981.Â One job she had was to provide aluminum name plates for A. P. Green products being shipped to Russia.Â Another customer from Germany, who was visiting his family in Centralia MO, purchased fiberglass screening material so he could fold it up and take it back in his suitcase; he needed to repair his own screens in Germany.Â In addition, she made windows, screens, and awnings for her fatherâ€™s house in Wellington KS, bringing the items a few at a time as visits permitted.Â Over the years, she met a lot of fine and interesting people, and she provided a personal and quality service; she operated her shop for 25 years.Â After a combined total of 46 years in the glass & screen repair business, Wanda Marie retired in December 2005.In 1998, Wanda became a proud member of Mexicoâ€™s American Legion Post 26; she served as Post Commander in 2001 and 2002, and she served as Financial Officer from 2002 to 2012.Wanda was preceded in death by her husband Ray Fecht in 1998, her mother Leah in 1942, her father William in 1984, her half-brother Bill Bink, her brothers Monte Waller and Gene Waller, her step-brother W. H. (Anita) McVay, and her step-mother Juanita McVay Waller.Wanda is survived by step-son Ronald (Teresa) Fecht of Allen TX; grandson Chris (Carolyn) Fecht, great grand-daughter Natalie Fecht, great grandson Ryan L. Fecht, all of Wylie TX; grand-daughter Anne (Erik) Hanson of Colleyville TX; grand-daughter Ellen (Heith) Benzine, and great grandson Ryder Lee Benzine of St. Paul TX.Wanda is also survived by her brother Cecil R. (Cindy) Waller of Jasper GA; nephew Justin (Lena) Waller, and their two daughters Isabell and Adena, all of Kennesaw GA; niece Ashley D. Waller, of Los Angeles CA.Â She is also survived by her step-sister Carolyn McVay (Doctor William) Brand, of University Place WA.In addition to the above, she is survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, including an aunt of Lebanon OH, sister-in-law Marguerite Roland, brother-in-law Art Grossglauser of Centralia MO, sister-in-law Katie (Farnen) Fecht of Kansas City MO.Wanda and the Waller Family give special recognition and appreciation to Wandaâ€™s niece Carol Ann Reifsteck, and to her neighbors Ann and Wayne.Wanda was a wonderful, unique, human being, and will be missed by many; she will be especially missed by her brother Cecil Ray Waller, who always enjoyed their frequent phone calls about family and times in Clinton OK.Donations can be made to the American Legion Post 26, Mexico MO in care of Arnold Funeral Home 425 S. Jefferson Mexico, MO 65265.