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helping youth make healthy choices 7H[W DQG 3KRWRV %\ 3+2(%( %$1.6 $VVRFLDWH (GLWRU The goal of Kosciusko Cares Youth Services is simple: to advocate for, support, and promote healthy youth development. The vision of Kosciusko Cares is to have a safe community with abundant, healthy lifestyle choices, where a sense of pride in children and youth is apparent. It also aims to create a community where education is valued, and together there is support for resilient children and families. “Our mission is to eliminate substance use among youth. We are all about prevention and helping our youth make healthy choices,” said Director Melanie Wilhite. She said Kosciusko Cares seeks to build up families, communities and create a sense of hope. This is done by using data to make decisions, such as risk and protective factors and other community data. Wilhite said Kosciusko Cares believes family is the first line in prevention. “We offer the 14-week and seven-week strengthening families sessions focusing on the risk factor of family conflict,” Wilhite said. These programs educate parents about the importance of positive parental behaviors and being good role models. This is by being a guide and monitoring their children as they develop and choose their own behaviors and paths in life. “The children learn about communication, peer resistance, feelings, consequences of substance abuse, anger management, problem solving and dealing with criticism,” she said. Whilhite said selecting evidence-based programs that are aligned with data helps to bring about change. “One wrong decision can effect a youth’s future. We work with youth to stop and think about the consequences before using drugs and alcohol. They need to set goals for their future as they can be whatever they want they want to be. The sky is the limit,” she noted. Kosciusko Cares first targets younger children by using Al’s Pals, said Wilhite. Al’s Pal is proven to develop social-emotional skills, self-control, problem-solving abilities, and healthy decision making in children ages 3-8 years old. Al’s Pals is done throughout the school year in all Head Start classrooms, Pierceton Elementary School’s kindergarten classes, preschool classrooms and New Beginnings Preschool in Milford. Another of its programs is called Rise Up! “The program is designed for youth where adverse situations, attitudes and behaviors place them at an elevated risk for future behavioral problems,” said Wilhite. “Adverse childhood experiences can overwhelm a child’s coping abilities and have profound effects on their well being.” Rise Up! teaches coping and social skills to provide emotional support needed to reduce anti-social behavior and rebellious behaviors,”Wilhite stated. She said by using data from a partnership with LITE Jail Ministry in Kosciusko County, the coalition has determined youth of incarcerated parents pose a greater risk to substance abuse. “We all work together,” said Tammy Cotton, LITE jail ministry coordinator. “LITE stands for living in

transition effectively.” Kosciusko Cares currently has two media campaigns. One campaign, “Talk they Hear You,” focuses on parents talking to their youth about drugs and alcohol. “It is so important to have open communication with youth because they will listen,” Wilhite stressed. “Our positive social norms campaign focuses on positive data,” she added. “We find youth respond to positive data over the negative data.” For more information, visit www.kosciuskocares.org. Kosciusko Cares is located at K21 Health Pavilion, 1515 Provident Drive, Suite 240, Warsaw. Call (574) 372-3528 to learn more.

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“It was every Saturday and any holiday that I could be here,” Blanchard said. Her philosophy behind switching career paths and taking over as executive director is she found where her passion lies. “Life is too short not to do what you want to do,” Blanchard said. “This is what I want to do, this is where I want to be.” Since becoming full time at the shelter, she shared this is what she has always dreamed to do. “I have loved every moment, I mean I am literally living the dream that I have always wanted,” Blanchard said. The vision she has for the shelter

is slightly different from most, she envisions it being a safe space for both people and animals. “Taking it in a different direction,” Blanchard said. “I want the shelter to be seen as a staple of the community, not just a shelter for animals. It’s a shelter for people.” She recently started a new program called the Life Style Program. It is a program for individuals 55 or older, any type of special need or special need in the household. “It’s actually working out great,” Blanchard said. “The other day a lady came in who was blind, she had her grandkids with her, she got to leave with a pet. When I see that it makes me happy, that’s the kind

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Church hosting trunk-or-treat Otterbein United Methodist Church, 306 E. Main St., Atwood, will be hosting a trunk-or-treat from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, in the parking lot. The church’s United Methodist Women’s group is coordinating the event. It wants parents to know this is a safe place for costumed children, and those young at heart, to trick-or-treat. Hot chocolate, donuts and fellowship will also be available in the church’s fellowship hall during the event. Atwood Fire Department will be conducting trick-or-treating at the nearby firehouse at the same time. For more information, call (574) 858-2291.

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The Buzz on Buffalo and recently closed. Aside from personal reasons, Perkins also said other people want him to reopen the restaurant. “I have a lot of community support, a lot,” he said. “I mean everyone’s wanting the downtown diner to be back open.” Perkins said he hopes to provide good service to his customers. “Customers need friendly people at their establishments,” he said. As for the menu, Perkins wants to offer daily specials in the future. “Like on a Wednesday, I’m sure is going to be a beef and noodles or a chicken and noodles day,” he said.

“And Friday, I don’t have fish on my menu but on First Fridays, I will do the fish fry.” Customers should also find slightly lower prices than before, said Perkins. He will also offer people 60 and older a 10% discount. People can dine in or carry-out. The Diner will have delivery in the future, he said.

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A change he’s making that will be a return to a previous incarnation of the restaurant is hanging some of local photographer Al Disbro’s work on one of the walls. Perkins handed out fliers and free hot dogs at First Friday Oct. 1, letting people know the business was coming back. “I’m excited. I’m ready to be back,” he said.

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Hours are to be 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 5 a.m. to noon Saturday. Perkins plans to make a few changes to the restaurant’s interior. He wants to put in different booths in the future and hang artwork from RedBird Art Studio done by Cardinal Services clients on the back wall.


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melt butter and then add flour, whisking until smooth. Cook 1 minute. Add milk, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper. Heat on low until slightly thickened. Do not boil. Remove from heat and add cheddar cheese and Monterey Jack or Gouda cheese. Stir until melted. Add macaroni to sauce and then pour into a greased baking dish. (I like to use my 10-inch cast iron skillet; but a 9-by13-inch dish also works.) Sprinkle with 1/2 cup shredded cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes until bubbling hot and the cheese on top melts. The sauce should thicken but remain creamy; it will set up as it cools on the table. — A Goshen reader

Good neighbors: To the person who has cards to give away, I will take all and deliver them to a person who makes things with them. Can you deliver them to me? Call (574) 2389854. I’m hard to reach sometimes, keep trying.

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Walnuts Good neighbors: I have about a ton of walnuts. Located on the east side of Elkhart. If interested, call (574) 264-1336.

Games — Does anyone have these games they no longer need: Hungry Hippo, Mr. Mouse, Hi-Ho Cherry-O, Let’s Go Fishing. Call (574) 323-3793 if you have one you’d want to part with.

Old garage Good neighbors: I am interested in the old garage. Call Steve at (574) 518-0765.

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Bicycle — Is there a good neighbor who has a blue Stream Way seven speed bicycle they no longer use, but still in good condition? Leave a message at (574) 773-7669.

Good neighbors: I’m a professional bra fitter with Essential Bodywear. I would be delighted to meet with you privately and take you through a fitting to ensure bra comfort and proper support. Call (260) 710-4759.

Donations — We get so many letters asking for donations to help a variety of things. I’d like to help them all, but how do I know which are honest and which only give a small percent to the organization they are asking money for and which are a hoax? Reply through this column. Willing to help if it’s for a good cause.

Hearing aid batteries Good neighbors: I would like to get the size 312 hearing aid batteries someone had for free. Text or call (574) 268-4742. I am interested in the size 312 hearing aid batteries. Call (260) 215-5738.

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Small bridge/wishing well — I am looking for two items (used is fine) for a landscaping project — preferably made of wood — a small bridge and/or small wishing well. Any type of assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please reply through this column. — A reader

To the good neighbor who has the size 312 batteries, I use these batteries in my hearing aid and would be happy to pick them up from you. Call (574) 596-3018.

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Good neighbors: Here is a recipe for creamy macaroni and cheese: 2 cups uncooked elbow macaroni, 1 tablespoon butter, 1/2 teaspoon salt. Sauce: 1/4 cup butter, 2 tablespoons unbleached white flour, 3 cups milk, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 1 heaping teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper, 1 cup shredded mild cheddar cheese, 1 cup shredded Monterey Jack or Gouda cheese, 1/2 cup additional shredded cheese. In a medium saucepan, boil macaroni with butter and salt, or according to package directions, until just done (about 8 minutes). Drain and set aside. Make sauce: In a saucepan using low heat,

Convert VHS to DVD — Wanted someone to convert my VHS tapes to DVDs. Call (574) 202-5571. Scrap material — I make comforters for The Window in Goshen to give to the homeless and needy, but am running out of donated and scrap material. If you have any to give and live around the Goshen area, call (574) 533-0488. Pampered Chef baker lid — Does any good neighbor have a deep covered baker lid from Pampered Chef they no longer use? Mine is broken and I cannot replace it. Call (574) 8252295, ext. 1.

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at WCPL. “When the Lights Go Out; Twenty Scary Stories to Tell” is also available in our juvenile non-fiction section. For younger patrons we have many frightening (but usually sweetending) books and Halloween titles. Come check them out. Story times will continue this month with baby and toddler time at 10:15 a.m. Wednesdays, and preschool-aged children (ages 3-5) Mondays and Fridays. These programs are also at 10:15, soon after the library opens its doors to the public. The program is repeated Friday, so you can choose the day that’s better for your family. The stories may or may not be scary. Do you dare? Other upcoming programs include fall children’s take-home crafts, available until supplies run out, beginning Oct. 19. Also on the 19th, bring your Mine-

craft-minded children to play the game with other kids in Room C from 4:30-5:30 p.m. If your young ones love building with LEGOs, we have two opportunities for them to join others in creating and showing off what they have imagined and made. Come to LEGO Club from 4-5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, and/or from 10:30noon Saturday, Oct. 23. For more information, check out our website at warsawlibrary.org. We are located at 310 E. Main St. in Warsaw, and our phone

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OBITUARIES Dawn Ann Bules

David Edward Read U.S. Navy Veteran

David Edward Read, 95, Warsaw, passed away quietly at home April 18, 2020. He was previously a longtime resident of Milwaukee, making his home in Kosciusko County since 2008. Born at home on the family farm in Spirit Lake, Iowa, David was the son of Wm. Martin and Inez (Long) Read. He was the one of five children, who all '$9,' (':$5' learned the value of hard work at an early age. In De5($' cember 1943, David enlisted in the U.S. Navy, having deferred twice to finish school. David was originally assigned to service with a gunnery crew as he volunteered to load ammunition, though he went on to Diesel School and Landing Ship and Tank school early on and was assigned to LST 813, a crew and tank transport ship on which served throughout the remainder of his honorable service. David and LST 813 were actively involved in the campaign for Okinawa, including the invasion of the Kerama Retto Islands and several campaigns across southeast Asia, the Phillipines and Saipan. Through the GI Bill, David obtained an education in engineering, graduating from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 1949. Professionally, he spent his early career with Vincent Refrigeration and Heating Supply and spent more than 30 years operating Read’s GNLD NeoLife Health and Wellness with his wife. He was a member of American Legion Post 49, Warsaw, the Landing Ship Tank Association and a longtime member of First United Methodist Church, often attending at the Connection campus. Survivors include his wife of more than 40 years, Mary (Rowe) Read; son, Martin (Louise) Read; daughters, Polly (Steve) Gerber and Mary (Daniel) Wichman; daughter-in-law, Silvia Read; eight grandchildren, nine stepgrandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; 13 stepgreat-grandchildren; sister, Mary Nieman; sister-in-law, Lola Read; and stepson, David Long. He was preceded in passing by a son, Thomas Read; brothers, Richard Read and James Read; stepdaughters, Judy Fuller and Sue Grable; his first wife, Betty Albro; and his parents. Friends may join the family for a Life Celebration Saturday, Oct. 23, at Connections Campus, 1692 W. Lake St., Warsaw. The service will begin at 12:30 p.m. Burial with military honors will take place at Oakwood Cemetery, a time of fellowship will follow the burial at the church. Titus Funeral Home is assisting the family. Written condolences may be left at www.TitusFuneralHome.com while memorial gifts may be directed to First United Methodist Church, Connection Campus or to a Christian mission of the donor’s choosing.

Kyle Wayne Allen Kyle Wayne Allen, 56, Plymouth, died Oct. 11, 2021. He was born Nov. 30, 1964. Surviving are his siblings, Kimmie Graham and Kip Allen, both of Warsaw, and Jaclyn McGuigan, Plymouth; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, at McHatton-Sadler Funeral Chapel, Warsaw. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at the funeral chapel with military honors rendered by American Legion Post 49 and VFW Post 1126. Interment will follow in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Claypool. Masks are optional and social distancing is encouraged. No food is permitted at this time.

LaNita Mae Bolton LaNita Mae McIntyre Bolton, 88, died Oct. 1, 2021. She was born Oct. 7, 1932. In 1951, she married Doyle Butler. She then married Richard Bolton, who preceded her in death in 2007. The family moved to Syracuse in 1956, where her children were raised. In 1969, LaNita moved to southern California, where she worked and resided until 1974 when she moved back to North Dakota. Surviving are her children, Sheryl Raye Stiver, Doyle David Butler, Bradley Craig Butler and Kathleen Jayne Thom; eight grandchildren; 15 greatgrandchildren; and one great-greatNOTICE OF FILING OF PETITION FOR STEPPARENT ADOPTION On 03/19/2021, Callie Wayne Prater filed a Petition for Stepparent Adoption (cause number 43D012103-AD-000010). Mr. Duff has a right to appear at the hearing in Kosciusko Superior Court 1 and to file an objection. Mr. Duff is advised to contact Kosciusko Superior Court 1 to inform them of his current address using the above-listed cause number or may contact Mr. Prater’s attorney. Mr. Prater is represented by Heidi J. Cintron at the Center for Legal Justice at 220 W. High St., Elkhart, Indiana, 46516. Ph (574) 333-2037.

grandchild. Family members will have private commemorations and she will be interred at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Cando, N.D., at an unspecified date.

Sandra Lee Bornes Sandra “Sandy” Lee Bornes, 79, Warsaw, died at 2:53 p.m. Oct. 9, 2021. She was born Nov. 20, 1941. On April 1, 1959, she married William Robert Bornes. He preceded her in death July 16, 2000. Surviving are daughters, Mischelle Bornes, Marion County, Melissa Grindle, Oswego, and Shana Arroyo, Goshen; sons, Jeffery Bornes, Warsaw, and Michael Bornes, Warsaw; 20 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; two great-greatgrandchildren; and sisters, Marla Keefer, Rochester, and Janeal Youngman, Frankton. Services will be held at noon Saturday, Nov. 20, at Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, 225 Argonne Road, Warsaw. Friends and family may visit an hour prior to the service from 11 a.m. to noon at the funeral home.

Dawn Ann Bules, 62, Nappanee, died at 7:46 a.m. Oct. 6, 2021. She was born March 3, 1959. Surviving are her children, Chelsea Bules, Haley Bules, Dustin Milton and Stephen Spencer, all of Nappanee, and Josh Bules, Leiters Ford; her significant other, Richard Gaines; the father of her children, Loren Bules, Etna Green; 16 grandchildren; one great-grandson; a sister, Rebecca Gill, LaCrosse; and brothers, Bruce Yenna, Plymouth, and Steve Yenna, Bremen. Services were held Oct. 12 at Palmer Funeral Home-Guisinger Chapel, South Bend.

Clara B. Carmichael Clara Berniece “Bea” Carmichael, 98, Warsaw, died Oct. 9, 2021. She was born Oct. 31, 1922. On Oct. 24, 1942, she married Meredith Carmichael, who preceded her in death. Surviving are sons, Ron and Jeff Carmichael; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a brother, Dale Weintraut. No services will be held. Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw, was in charge of arrangements.

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Surviving are daughters, Dawn Nicodemus and Jennifer Johnson, both of Rochester; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; siblings, Randy Coplen, Sun Valley, Ariz., Don Coplen, Syracuse, Pat Doran, Perry Coplen and Tim Coplen, all of Rochester, and Pam Seidle, Greenwood; and several nieces and nephews. Private family services were held. Zimmerman Bros., Funeral Home, Rochester, was in charge of arrangements.

Bert B. DePue Jr. Bert B. DePue Jr., 93, North Webster, formerly of Fort Wayne died Oct. 7, 2021. He was born Oct. 25, 1927. He married Ina Lu Clevenger, who preceded him in death in 2014. He is survived by his son, Steven DePue, Fort Wayne; daughter-in-law, Karen DePue, North Webster; eight grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. A funeral service was held Oct. 14 at Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Home for Funerals, Fort Wayne. Burial followed the service at Greenlawn Memorial Park.

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Lucia L. Fierstos, 88, formerly of Somerset, died at 10:25 a.m. Oct. 11, 2021. She was born March 28, 1933. On July 14, 1951, she married Robert V. Fierstos. He preceded her in death Oct. 10, 2018. She is survived by a son, Joseph Fierstos, Elwood; daughters, Deborah Whitcraft, Warsaw, and Susan Townsend, Sharpsville; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian burial was held Oct. 15 at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Wabash. Interment was in Mississinewa Memorial Cemetery. McDonald Funeral Home, Wabash, was in charge of arrangements.

Miguel Cervantes, 58, Warsaw, died at 3:10 a.m. Oct. 12, 2021. He was born Oct. 28, 1962. On Oct. 31, 1987, he married Estela Malagon; she survives. Also surviving are sons, Michael and Lisandro Cervantes, both of Warsaw; daughters, Karina Carlos and Jessica Cervantes, both of Warsaw; two grandchildren; his father, Raul Cervantes, Mexico; a brother, Everardo Cervantes; and sisters, Anita, Nancy, Veronica, Margarita, Blanca and Rosa. Mass of Christian burial was held Oct. 15 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Warsaw. A graveside service followed at Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw. Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, Warsaw, was in charge of arrangements.

Dennis Dee Fulton, 64, Bourbon, died at 11:55 p.m. Oct. 10, 2021. He was born Jan. 6, 1957. In April 1982, he married Karen MacLain (Liedtky); they divorced. In June 2000, he married Debra Hawkins; they divorced. He is survived by a daughter, Brooke Carlton; a son, Mason Fulton; six grandchildren; brothers, Alan Fulton, Rochester, and David Fulton, Warsaw; sisters, Vicki Onstott, Rochester, Ronna Graham, Roanoke Rapids, N.C., and Jill Buttrum, Purdy, Mo.; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 5, at Rochester IOOF Cemetery.

Randy Lee Catron, 44, Syracuse, died at 7:52 a.m. Oct. 12, 2021. He was born July 29, 1977. On May 14, 2005, he married Alicia M. Kitson; she survives. Also surviving are daughters, Brooke and Autumn Catron, Syracuse; a son, Hunter Catron, Syracuse; a grandson; his mother, Wilma Catron, Flat Rock, Mich.; sisters, Alicia Dirmyer, Goshen, and Melinda Catron, Syracuse; and a brother, Charlie Catron, Syracuse. Services were held Oct. 18 at Owen Family Funeral Home, Syracuse. Burial was in Elkhart Prairie Cemetery, Goshen.

Kelly Coburn Kelly Coburn, 76, Warsaw, died Oct. 11, 2021. Arrangements are currently pending at Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw.

James L. Coplen James L. Coplen, 77, Mentone, died at 4:05 p.m. Oct. 7, 2021. He was born Aug. 11, 1944.

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Diana Marie Gross Diana Marie Gross, 73, died Oct. 6, 2021. She was born Feb. 22, 1948. On Jan. 23, 1971, she married David Eugene Gross; he survives. Also surviving are her children, Karen Spracklen, Mark Gross, Jennifer Mayhew, Fort Collins, Colo., Eliza-

beth “Libby” Geiselmayr and Stephanie Chalmers; 12 grandchildren; siblings, Jeanette Kirkdorffer and Carol Smoker, both of New Paris; and sisters-inlaw, Jan Cripe, Waterford, Mich., and Corinne Cripe, Syracuse. Services were held Oct. 16 at Grace United Methodist Church, New Paris. Burial was in West Goshen Cemetery. Rieth Rohrer Ehret Funeral Home, Goshen, was in charge of arrangements.

Philip Andrew HannHawkins Philip Andrew Hann-Hawkins, 33, Winona Lake, died at 12:40 p.m. Oct. 8, 2021. He was born Dec. 19, 1987. He is survived by his father, John Hawkins, Winona Lake; and a sister, Rachel Wright, Fort Wayne. Services were held Oct. 14 at Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, Warsaw. Burial will be at a later date in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw.

Bonnie S. Hershberger Bonnie Sue Carriveau Hershberger, 80, Edwardsburg, Mich., formerly of Milford, died at 9:10 p.m. Oct. 7, 2021. She was born April 18, 1941. On April 20, 1962, she married Maurice Carriveau, who preceded her in death May 15, 2003. Then she married Ronald Hershberger, who also preceded her in death. Surviving are her children, Teresa Hoffman, Niles, Mich., Leslie Carriveau, Osceola, and David Carriveau, Jackson, Ohio; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and a brother, Larry Cannon, South Bend. Services were held Oct. 13 at Mishler Funeral Home, Bremen. Burial was in Bremen Cemetery.

Jason D. Hounshell Jason D. Hounshell, 48, Tippecanoe, formerly of Rochester, died at 8:32 a.m. Oct. 10, 2021. He was born Sept. 6, 1973. On Sept. 23, 2006, he married Angie Swihart; she survives. He is also survived by a son, Jayden Hounshell, Tippecanoe; his mother, Arlene Hounshell, Rochester; sisters, Cindy Steininger, Rochester, Penny Bills, Huntsville, Ala., Debbie Walter, Nappanee, Jodi Fincher, Akron, and Holly Fearnow, Rochester; mother and fatherin-law, J and Jerri Swihart, Palestine; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Friends may celebrate Jason’s life from 2:30-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at New Life Church, Rochester. Arrangements by Zimmerman Bros. Funeral Home, Rochester.

Rodney Stanley Howell Rodney Stanley Howell, 63, Plymouth, died at 12:39 a.m. Oct. 10, 2021. He was born June 26, 1958. Surviving are sons, Caleb and Austin, both of Rochester; a sister, Phyllis King, Bourbon; a brother, Gary Howell, Warsaw; and his mother, Naretta Howell, Tippecanoe; eight nieces and nephews; 12 great-nieces and nephews; and

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OBITUARIES Continued from page 7 his fiance, Delma. Services were held Oct. 16 at Redpath-Fruth Funeral Home, Warsaw. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Bourbon.

Merry Carol Huffer Merry Carol Huffer, 70, Warsaw, died at 11 p.m. Oct. 14, 2021. Arrangements are currently pending at Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw.

Joseph P. Krontz Joseph P. Krontz, 45, LaGrange, died at 3:32 p.m. Oct. 11, 2021. He was born April 8, 1976. He is survived by his mother, My-Thi Tomlinson; stepfather, Bill Tomlinson; daughter, Delainey Krontz; sister, Susie Schaetzle, Bourbon; three nephews; and a niece. A celebration of life will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at the American Legion, 100 Industrial Parkway, LaGrange.

Linda Lou Martin Linda Lou Martin, 73, Syracuse, died at 3:50 a.m. Oct. 11, 2021. She was born Aug. 5, 1948. On April 30, 1982, she married Orie Martin; he survives. She is also survived by a daughter, Andrea Forrester, LaGrange; two

grandchildren; and a brother, Carl Harman, Etna Green. Services were held Oct. 18 at Nappanee Missionary Church Worship Center. Burial was in Stony Point Cemetery. Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, Nappanee, was in charge of arrangements.

Richard E. McClain Richard “Rich” E. McClain, 60, Syracuse and Valparaiso, died Oct. 7, 2021. He was bon July 25, 1961. On Oct. 1, 2010, he married Karla Yoder; she survives. Also surviving are sons, Austin, Chicago, Ill., Garrett, Syracuse, and Jake, Kalamazoo, Mich.; and his mother, Nadra, Hawthorne, Calif. Private services were held. Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, Nappanee, was in charge of arrangements.

Gary L. Minix III Gary L. Minix III, 31, Rochester, passed away at 12:33 p.m. Oct. 8, 2021. He was born Aug. 3, 1990. Surviving are his fiancé, Kayla Nicole Shultz; mother, Tabitha Minix, Rochester; father and stepmother, Gary L. Minix Jr., Culver; children, Hayden Lee Hardel, Calvin James Minix, Cameron Kane Minix and Kami Lynn Eaton;

siblings, Tyler Minix, Silver Lake, Katelinn Gagnon, Rochester, Allison Minix, Knox, and Devin Minix, Culver; paternal grandparents, Gary Lee Minix Sr. and Bonnie Mae; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. A celebration of life was held Oct. 19 at Good Family Funeral Home, Rochester. Interment was in Rochester IOOF Cemetery.

Donna L. Owensby Donna L. Owensby, 56, Elkhart, died Oct. 6, 2021. She was born Oct. 10, 1964. She is survived by a daughter, Stephanie Swain, Goshen; and sisters, Leslie Gibler Braddock, Milford, Barbie Gibler and Sheri Gibler Hiatt, both of Elkhart. Private family services will be held at a later date. Hartzler-GutermuthInman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Thelma G. Parker Thelma G. Parker, 78, Warsaw, died Oct. 8, 2021. She was born July 18, 1943. On Dec. 8, 1962, she married Martin B. Parker; he survives. She is also survived by a son, Jeff Parker, Bourbon; three grandchildren; and a daughter-in-law, Stacie Parker. Visitation was held Oct. 15 at Owen Family Funeral Home, North Webster.

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Larry D. Potts Jr. Larry D. Potts Jr., 41, Winona Lake, died Oct. 6, 2021. He was born July 22, 1980. Surviving are his children, Kolton and Savannah Potts, and their mother, April Neuhaus; his mother, Minnie Trump; sister, Kristie Potts; honorary sister, Serena Nelson-Herring; three nephews; and his grandmother, Dottie Hanish. The family will celebrate Larry’s life privately. There will be no public services. Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw, was in charge of arrangements.

Betty Lou Seymour Betty Lou Seymour, 83, Plymouth, died at 4:05 p.m. Oct. 13, 2021. She was born Dec. 30, 1937. On Dec. 30, 1976, she married Lowell G. Seymour; he survives. She is also survived by a daughter, Kim Lemler, Milford; a son, Randy Clark, Chino Valley, Ariz.; a daughterin-law, Patti Clark, Snow Camp, N.C.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Services were held Oct. 18 at Bremen Missionary Church, 2958 Elm Road, Bremen. Burial took place in Mount Pleasant North Cemetery, 10th Road, Bourbon. Owen Family Funeral Home, Syracuse, was in charge of arrangements.

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Karl D. Shepherd, 75, Warsaw, died at 10:28 p.m. Oct. 9, 2021. He was born Aug. 16, 1946. On Oct. 2, 1965, he married Mary Lou Horn; she survives. Also surviving are daughters, Lisa Messer, North Manchester, and Cindy Krou, Warsaw; a son, Kevin Shepherd, Pierceton; 11 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; brothers, Kenny Shepherd, Warsaw, Richard “Dick” Shepherd, Silver Lake, and Gary Shepherd, Summerville, S.C.; and several nieces and nephews. Cremation will take place at Cremation Services of Kosciusko County, Warsaw. No public services are planned.

Glen S. Showalter Glen S. Showalter, 87, Goshen, died Oct. 12, 2021. He was born Oct. 20, 1933. He married RoseAnn Troyer; she survives. Also surviving are sons, Mike K. Showalter, Syracuse, Bruce A. Showalter, Millersburg, and Steve G. Showalter, Goshen; a sister, Esther Deal, Goshen; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and a greatgreat-grandson. Services were held Oct. 19 at Peoples Bible Church, Benton. Burial was in Brown Cemetery. Yoder-Culp Funeral Home, Goshen, was in charge of arrangements.

Ella M. Starr Ella M. Starr, 63, Warsaw, died at 9 p.m. Oct. 12, 2021. She was born Jan. 7, 1958. On Oct. 1, 1982, she married Greenway (John) Starr; he survives. Also surviving are her children, Tonja Busch, Kevin Zickefoose and Heather Starr; five grandchildren; and a brother, Dwayne Chaffin. Services were held Oct. 18 at Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw.

Sandra H. Stavedahl Sandra H. Stavedahl, 77, Mentone, died at 4:56 a.m. Oct. 10, 2021. She was born Dec. 7, 1943. On April 23, 1993, she married Terry Stavedahl; he survives. She is also survived by a daughter, Tammy Richmond, Simi Valley, Calif.; sons, Travis Bouck and Tom Bouck, both of Michigan; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; daughters-in-law, Monica Bouck and Sheila Starling Bouck; and sisters, Wanda Genes, South Dakota, and Patricia McArthur, Florida. A memorial visitation was held Oct. 16 at King Memorial Home, Mentone.

Jill Elaine Trachsel Jill Elaine Trachsel, 58, Goshen, died at 2:25 p.m. Oct. 9, 2021. She was born Aug. 21, 1963. On Nov. 18, 1998, she married Dan Trachsel; he survives. Surviving are her children, Timothy Trachsel, Elkhart, Megan Trachsel, Nappanee, Johnathan, St. Louis, Mo., Matthew, Bremen, Joshua, Cromwell, Caleb, Lafayette, Aaron, White Sulphur Springs, Mont., Casey, Silver Lake, and Dakota, Warsaw; 12 grandchildren; his parents, Rod and Helen Henson, Pleasanton, Texas; nieces, nephews, greatnieces and great-nephews; and siblings, John, Pleasanton, Texas, Paul, Bremen, Sheryl, San Antonio, Texas, Darrell, Oklahoma, Cathie, Piqua, Ohio, and Julie, Columbus, Ohio. Services were held Oct. 14 at Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, Nappanee. Burial was in Union Center Cemetery.

Gerald F. Williams Gerald F. “Jerry” Williams, 93, Leesburg, died at 7:55 a.m. Oct. 11, 2021. He was born Oct. 26, 1927. He married Maria J. Michos, then in December 1979, he married Gloria Jean (McCoy) Parrish. Surviving are daughters, Sandy Jo Driver, Doug Driver, Toni Lynn Derry and Melodye Workman, Kokomo; eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter. Services were held Oct. 16 at Owen Family Funeral Home, North Webster. Burial was in Oswego Cemetery near Leesburg.

Ell Douglas Wright Ell Douglas “Doug” Wright, 81, Sidney, Ohio, formerly of Milford, died at 3:44 p.m. Oct. 9, 2021. He was born Jan. 21, 1940. He is survived by his children, Theresa Elliott and Sherry Weidner, both of Sidney, and Belinda Dubrose, Milwaukie, Ore.; siblings, David “Moe” Wright and Danny Wright, both of Indiana, Cybil Bradley, Virginia Garza and Sylvia Wilson, all of Florida; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A committal service will be held in Milford at a date to be determined by the family. Arrangements are in the care of Cromes-Edwards Funeral Home.

Jay Bruce Young Jay Bruce Young, 99, North Manchester, died Oct. 4, 2021. He was born Dec. 13, 1921. On July 20, 1946, he married Joan Neff. She preceded him in death Nov. 14, 2013. Surviving are two nieces; and three nephews. No services will be held. McKee Mortuary, North Manchester, was in charge of arrangements.

BIRTHS Makayla Jade Miller Jesse and Maria (Slabaugh) Miller, Milford, are the parents of a daughter, Makayla Jade, born at 7:13 p.m. Oct. 8, 2021, at Blessed Beginnings Care Center, Nappanee. She weighed 9 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Liana Theresa Andrysiak Hannah Gray and Garrett Andrysiak, Milford, are the parents of a daughter, Liana Theresa, born at 10:07 p.m. Oct. 12, 2021, at Goshen Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 8.1 ounces and was 19 inches long.


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Snakes, a learning experience “I need a subject,” OUTDOOR NOTES I told my daughter as I sat down at my computer. I often told my daughter at the start of a week. She often responded By Neil Case with a subject, not in so many words but as a question, as she did this time, “When was

the last time you wrote about snakes?” There was my subject — snakes. My daughter had seen a snake a couple days before. She had been driving on a country road and there was a snake in the road ahead of her. She told me about it when she got home. She said she had stopped to keep from running over it, then watched as it crossed the road in front of her. Snakes, when was the last time I had written about snakes? I don’t remember. “Snake,” in my encyclopedia, an old one, is about the Snake River.

Make the word plural, snakes, and my encyclopedia states, “See serpent.” Under serpent, the encyclopedia states, “serpents or snakes, nearly 3,000 species are known, they form one of the principal groups of living reptiles … snakes ordinarily may be distinguished from other reptiles in having the two halves of the lower jaw connected only by an elastic ligament; in having lost both the pineal opening on top of the head and the upper (temporal) arch of the cheek; and in having the brain case enclosed at the front. All snakes lack movable eyelids,

COUNTY REPORT Marriage Licenses The following couples have applied for marriage licenses in the office of Kosciusko County Clerk of the Court Ann Torpy:

Goon-West Chad M. Goon, 26, Warsaw, and Ashley K. West, 23, Warsaw

Look-West Hardy Look, 61, Syracuse, and Marlies West, 57, Syracuse

Pena-Byrer Raymond Pena, 55, Syracuse, and Katrina M. Byrer, 44, Syracuse

Blackburn-Hughes Timothy J. Blackburn, 31, Warsaw, and Korbi A. Hughes, 23, Warsaw

Stiers-Bailey Zachary R. Stiers, 26, Warsaw, and Emily A. Bailey, 23, Warsaw

Fuentes-Metz Taylor R. Fuentes, 26, Warsaw, and Sunshine N. Metz, 24, Warsaw

Maag-Modrowski Chase R. Maag, 32, Warsaw, and Rebecca A. Modrowski, 28, Warsaw

Bird-Anderson Charles Bird III, 26, Milford, and Madilynn K. Anderson, 26, Milford

Miller-Golden Herbert E. Miller, 48, Syracuse, and April R. Golden, 47, Syracuse

Rosenbarger-Conley Patrick Q. Rosenbarger, 28, Warsaw, and Kristin M. Conley, 24, Warsaw

Marriage Dissolutions The following couples have filed for marriage dissolutions in the Kosciusko Superior and Circuit Courts: Slisz — Eric Slisz, Milford, and Jessica Slisz, South Bend. Married:

March 10, 2010. Separated: August 2019. There are two minor children. Hutchinson — William Hutchinson, Pierceton, and Alena Hutchinson, Pierceton. Married: Oct. 3, 2015. Separated: Oct. 11, 2021. There are no minor children.

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The following small claims have been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Chad Miner presiding: Miller’s Health Systems v. Mary Conyer, $1,485; Larry Thomas, $3,127.67 Helvey and Associates v. Raudel Diaz-Gutierrez, $1,845.92 Money Matters Professional Collections LLC v. Patrick A. Stark, $3,155

Civil Collections The following civil collections have been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court IV, Judge Chris Kehler presiding: Mariner Finance LLC v. Audrey Bradley, $2,488.31 Discover Bank v. Rex Heirman, $5,355.75; v. Larry McBride, $8,246.19; v. Paul J. Westberg, $8,683.92 Credit Acceptance Corp. v. Addis McClure, $2,321.80 LVNV Funding LLC v. Charlene Renier, $702.43 Communitywide Federal Credit Union v. Matthew R. Thomas, $6,813.74

Evictions The following evictions have been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Chad Miner presiding: Center Street Apartments v. Morgan Correl and Hayden Kats, $3,500; v. Faron and Fred Erwin, $5,750; v. Lance Kats, $7,800; v. Sebastian Wilburn, $7,800 Fussle Realty LLC v. Brooke Koldewey and Trevor Long, $225

Mortgage Foreclosures The following mortgage foreclosure has been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Chad Miner presiding: Crossroads Bank v. John Shopoff, $163,651.29

Superior Court II The following infractions have been filed in Kosciusko Superior Court II, Judge Torrey Bauer presiding: Speeding — Cassandra Norris, Warsaw, $160.50; Julia Hiatt, Rochester, $160.50; William Byron, Winona Lake, $160.50; Debbie Jefferson, Warsaw, $160.50; Megan Hartley, Warsaw, $160.50; Jacob Kline, Warsaw, $135.50; Karan Melinda Beldon, Tippecanoe, $160.50 Speeding and no valid driver’s license — Jorge Sandoval, Warsaw, $185.50 No valid driver’s license — Neil Miller, Bremen, $160.50; Hector Escamilla-Paredes, Warsaw, $160.50 Failure to yield right of way to emergency vehicle — Erik Ness, Warsaw, $160.50 Owner allows dog to stray beyond owner’s premises — Luis delaCruz Gomez, Milford, $25 Disregarding stop sign — Lucas Britton, Warsaw, $160.50 Failure to signal for turn or lane change — Amy Harris, Pierceton, $160.50 No valid driver’s license and failure of occupant to use safety belt — Courtney Coplin, Warsaw, $185.50 Operating with expired plates — Brent Graham, Warsaw, $160.50 Learner’s permit violation — Elijah Matthews, Leesburg, $160.50 Failure of occupant to use safety belt ($25) — Timothy Woodward, North Manchester; Joshua Wallace, Larwill; Henry Kober, Syracuse; Korey Green, Leesburg; Karsen Green, Leesburg; Kyle Rosbrugh, North Webster Expired learner permit and speeding — Victor Gutierrez, Leesburg, $185.50

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external ear openings and breast bones.” Snakes, nearly 3,000 species. I can’t name 10. Yet I’m certain I’ve written about snakes, at least once. Writing about snakes will be a learning experience. As boys, my brother and I hunted snakes and killed them. We didn’t know their names. But that didn’t matter. Snakes were bad. Hadn’t we heard Dad, and other men say, often, “The only good snake is a dead snake.” Those same men often said, “Every big hawk is a chicken hawk.” We called snakes, we saw garter snakes or milk snakes. We might have recognized a puff adder, but we never saw one of those either, nor did we ever see a cobra, another snake we might have recognized. Interestingly, I have seen rattlesnakes now and, just as interesting as seeing the rattlesnake, the first one I ever saw wasn’t in Iowa, my home state, or in Indiana where I have lived for many years, but by a big rock at the side of the trail to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Garter snake, milk snake, rattlesnake, that’s three, what about the other 697 snakes? Well, from my encyclopedia, I have many more names of snakes, black snake, gopher snake, ring-necked snake, rat snake, whip snake, mud snake, hog-nosed snake, water snake, copperhead, coral snake, indigo snake and on and on. My daughter had a pet snake. She kept it in an aquarium with a lid and fed it mice, white mice, purchased at a pet store. I don’t remember how long she had it, but

more than a year. She cleaned the cage once a week, most weeks, and I held the snake while she cleaned the cage. She was married at the time she had the snake and her husband could have held the snake but he wouldn’t touch it. Many people are afraid of snakes. Some snakes are poisonous and will bite and the bite can be fatal. Every year, a few people in the U.S. die of poisoning by a snake bite. I’m going to take my daughter’s suggestion. I’m going to write about snakes. It will be, as I wrote, a learning experience, for me and for at least some of my readers.

Local veterans to be honored Liberty Sewing Circle has teamed up with Kosciusko Senior Services to show appreciation for nominated local veterans. A Threads of Valor quilt presentation will be Nov. 9, at the Senior Activity Center’s Pete Thorn Gym, located at 800 N. Park Ave., Warsaw. Doors will open at 10 a.m. and activities will begin at 10:30 a.m. with patriotic singing by Kosciusko Extension Choir, directed by Dan Beam. Posting of the flag will be given by the American Legion Post No. 49 Honor Guard. Guest speakers will follow. Handcrafted quilts will be presented to each veteran nominee by members of Liberty Sewing Circle. Due to limited seating, RSVP with the number of people in the party prior to Oct. 30, by calling Kathy Snell at (574) 268-8827 or KCSS at (574) 267-2012.

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SHOP — LAWN — GARDEN — NURSERY PRODUCTS Craftsman items including: 24” scroll saw, drill press, floor model grinder; Echo items including: blower, P.B. 770 T backpack blower, H.C. 150 hedge trimmer, weed eaters, (1 w/hedge trimmer attachment), & chain saw; floor model circular sander; floor model wire wheel; Dandy Lathe 36” horizontal; 14” Clipper masonry saw; (new) Well-X-Trol professional holding tank; 250 gal. fuel tank; Spewax 5 hp. gas portable air compressor; Honda 5 hp. power washer; Sevin lawn spreader; several skids of plant food, fertilizer, & chemicals; several hundred plastic pots; several fiber pots; lg. amt. of Etcol posts; skid of 6x6 posts; approx. 24’ of rolling conveyer; skid of burlap; tree protectors; ID tree flags; barn scales; L.P. heaters; small horse tank; nursery carts; 2’x10’ aluminum ramps; wooden ext. ladder; wheel barrows; 8 hp. sod cutter (good cond. engine rebuilt); Maxim 5 hp. comm. tiller; Merry Tillon 6 hp. tiller; Snapper FT4X tiller; Lawn Boy self-propelled push mower; (2) Bachtold mowers & parts; several backpack sprayers; assort. of Ag. tires & rims; very lg. assort. of garden tools, pitch forks, & shovels; (20) granite boulders; (5) feather volcanic rock; 12 skids of various size of pavers; pile of field stones; several skids of field tile.

(3) TRUCKS — (1) DODGE MINI VAN — (2) KID STEERS — (1) FORKLIFT — (2) TRAILERS — (1) VERMEER & (2) CARETREE TREE SPADES — (2) KWIK TRENCHERS TO SELL AT 12:00 NOON 2009 F 350 truck, 6.8 L, Triton V-10, auto trans., Godwin 7’x11’ steel dump bed w/26” sides, 245/ 75/R/17 rubber, 70,978 miles; 2000 F 350 XL Super Duty truck, Triton V-10, auto trans., 7’6”x12’ steel dump bed w/24” sides, 235/85/x16, 178,089 miles; 1999 F 350 XL Super Duty truck, Triton V-10, auto trans., 8’x12’ steel dump bed, 28” sides, 245/70/x17 rubber, 183,157 miles; (All three trucks were purchased new & are well maintained); 2011 Dodge minivan 161,000 miles; 2006 Bobcat S185 skid steer, diesel engine, enclosed cab w/heat, 4370 hrs., will sell with Caretree 28” tree spade & material bucket. This machine will be retained until the closing of the business Dec. 1, 2021. The buyer will pay for the machine at that time; 1994 Case 1845C skid steer w/ material bucket, diesel engine, cage, 12x16.5 rubber, 3867 hrs.; Caretree 36” tree spade to sell separate; Thomas model 25GT w/forks & bucket, Kohler 25 hp. engine (like new cond. w/460 hrs.); A.C. I-500 Industrial Forklift, diesel engine, 3 stage mast w/4,770 hrs.; Bame 6’6”x17’ trailer, tandem axle, dove tail w/ramps (heavy); 1984 Beck bobcat 6’x11’ trailer, tandem axle w/spare surge brake, fold down ramp; Vermeer TS44A tree spade (excellent cond.); Kwik Trench KT 200 w/ Honda motor; Kwik Trencher KT 200 w/Briggs motor.; Herd model 750 3 pt. seeder/spreader; Case IH 550 PTO manure spreader; Caretree hydraulic adjusting forks (good cond.).

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