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Akron native returns to create ‘Reese Lake’ %\ '$9,' +$=/(',1( 6WDII :ULWHU They say there is no place like home, and for Orville and Julie Reese of Akron, that is certainly true. After living and working in Warsaw for decades — Orville at Depuy for 26 years and Julie at Zimmer Biomet for 35 — the couple retired and in 2015 purchased 11.9 acres on CR 225N outside Akron, near where Orville grew up. They have since invested both money and sweat equity into transforming the previously untamed acreage into a bucolic getaway complete with a large, stocked, spring-fed pond, beach and two fully-functioning cabins, all of which they share with friends, family and others who adhere to a simple set of rules, the most important being “no lying and stealing.” Other rules include, “clean up your mess and call ahead.” “It’s real simple,” Orville observed, “and we’ve never had an issue.” (Just in case, he has also invested in substantial liability insurance.) “Reese Lake” has also been the site of nine baptisms, which took
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place during an Athens Community Church cookout. For a time, the Reeses also hosted a regular Wednesday young adult Bible study, as well as youth revivals and there have also been two marriages. “God owns this property,” Orville emphasized, “and we do the best we can to share it with other people.” The Reeses good fortune is also the result of years of hard work, which did not end with the purchase of the property. It had been uninhabited for nearly four years, and their current home and “lake” were literally carved out of the landscape. Four years ago, Kirk Ingram of Winamac was hired to dig out the existing pond. He told Orville, “You’ll hate me before this is done.” Nevertheless, Reese hired on to help do work few can put up with for long. “We became good friends over this.” Over the course of three months the two-acre pond was drained and then dug down to 14 feet. Orville described the slimy mixture of grass, mud and weeds as “snot” and around 150 truck loads of it were hauled away. At one point, the
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pile was so high the Reeses could not see the road from their house. Meanwhile, Orville worked in the “snot,” moving mats used to keep the cranes stabilized. Everyday, he remembered, cars would park along the road and watch. Eventually, a creek developed as the springs began to ﬁll the cavity. Then spring rains did the rest. “It ﬁlled right away.”
The pond is stocked with largemouth bass and Georgia Giant Bluegill, which grow to 4-5 pounds. However, ﬁshing is generally restricted to senior citizens due to the fact the bluegills don’t survive catch-and-release due to their ﬁghting spirit. Forty-four tons of sand were brought in for the lake, which has Continued on page 3
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“At the beginning of this past school year, I wasn’t sure whether I’d like Entrepreneurship class,” stated Carissa Slone, an upcoming senior at Tippecanoe Valley High School. “I’d never taken a business class before. But I loved it. Mr. Engbrecht makes the class very enjoyable by giving us projects that we can put our own
creativity into. And I do very well with that. The class has taught me so much about businesses.” Slone was part of a group of three classmates in Mr. E’s Entrepreneurship class who took ﬁrst place in the Fedco First Pitch competition this past year. “We came up with our idea of a revised medical boot because one of our team members, Brittany Benn, had an accident last fall that broke her leg. She had many
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OBITUARIES Walt Scobie Sr. U.S. Coast Guardsman
Walt Scobie Sr., 82, Rochester, passed away at 3:04 a.m. Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at Memorial Hospital of South Bend. On June 29, 1939, Walter Edward Scobie was born in Kokomo to Eldon Everett and Phyllis Lilly Scobie. Growing up, he shared his childhood in Pure, Mich., with a sister, Donna, and two brothers, Everett and :$/7 John. Walt graduated from Royal Oak Dondero High 6&2%,( 65 School, Royal Oak, Mich., with the class of 1958. Answering the call of patriotism, Walt joined the United States Coast Guard in 1958. He was stationed at the Stannard Rock Lighthouse, 47 miles off the shore of Station Marquette, Mich. Walt was among three survivors of the tragic explosion and ﬁre of the lighthouse he and three other coastguardsman maintained and shared as their duty home. Walt and three generations of his family returned to the storied lighthouse on a memorable trip back in June 2015. He was honorably discharged in 1962. Walt and Sharon Lee Eisler were married Jan. 1, 1959, in Troy, Mich. They have shared 63 years of life’s adventures. From their union came two daughters and a son. The blessings of two more generations have been added to the family tree. With a new appointment to assume the management of Fulton Industries, Walt, Sharon and the kids moved to Rochester. As their kids grew up, the Scobies’ north shore Lake Manitou home was the gathering hub. With a great passion for the water and skiing, this was the perfect place for their family. Walt was always amidst the action pulling the kids water skiing or pontooning, cruising on the sparkling waters and watching the sunset with Sharon. Wintertime brought on ice skating and snowmobiling. Walt made certain everything was running smoothly. After retirement, he specialized in customer service at Enyart’s True Value. He is remembered for his hearty laugh, keen knowledge on methods of repair and uncanny memory of where everything was in the store. Walt always greeted his customers with a warm smile and helping heart. A great attribute was Walt’s kindness and his love for being with and talking to people. He never knew a stranger. He had the gift of gab and was a life learner. Walt often assisted family, friends and neighbors with repairs. His memberships include the Moose Lodge #1107 and Elks Lodge #2120, both of Rochester. Left to cherish Walt’s memory are his wife, Sharon; three children, Laura S. “Lori” (Jack) Riggs, Tamora A. “Tammy” (Amado) Mejia and Walter E. “Todd” (Wendy Marie) Scobie; nine grandchildren, Emily Mae (Matthew) Alcini, Ryan Scott (Amber) Riggs, Megan Ann Howard, Katie Lee Howard, Emma Elizabeth Howard, Zackery Lucas Scobie, Chad Hayden (Kellie) Scobie, Sidneigh Marie Scobie and Wesley Eldon Scobie; nine great-grandchildren, Aubrey Alcini, Alyson Alcini, Autumn Alcini, Greyson Rhodes, Hugo Howard, Micah Howard, Luci Ryan Scobie, Amelia Marie Scobie and Watson Todd Scobie; three siblings, Donna (Bill) Ackerman, Everett Eldon Scobie and John Scott (Cathy) Scobie; and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of the life of Walter Edward Scobie was held at 3 p.m. Friday, June 24, at Good Family Funeral Home, 1200 W. 18th St., Rochester. Pastor Terry Baldwin ofﬁciated. Friends visited with the family from noon to 3 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Military honors were accorded by the Fulton County Veteran’s Honor Guard and the United States Coast Guard Honors Team. Memorials, in lieu of ﬂowers, may be made to the Lake Manitou Association, P.O. Box 376, Rochester, IN 46975. Electronic expressions of sympathy may be made to his family at goodfamilyfh.com.
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Rocky Devon Bays, 57, died June 19, 2022. He was born Aug. 19, 1964, to Lester and Geraldine Zorn Bays. He is survived by his s i g n i f i c a n t 52&.< '(921 %$<6 other, Gail Hite, Warsaw; ﬁve children, Katherine Scott, Warsaw, Amanda (Adam) Graf, Akron, Rochelle “Little Rock” (Brett) Devenney, North Manchester; Rochy Tyrone Jr. (Hayle) Bays, Fla.; and Chassidy Swihart, Akron; 14 grandchildren; ﬁrst wife, Eileen Bays; ﬁve siblings, Brenda (Don) Beck, Wooster; Rodney Lee Bays, Wooster, Rick (Martha) Bays, Wooster; Glenda (Ben) Michael, Wooster; and Lori (Steve) Patrick, Fla.; and many extended relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Roger Bays. A celebration of life was held Friday, June 24, at Warsaw Missionary Church. Burial took place in Hillcrest Cemetery.
R a n d y D o u g l a s Haist, 70, Rochester, died at 2:41 a.m. Thursday, June 23, 2022, at Wo o d l aw n Hospital, Rochester. He was 5$1'< born Sept. 25, 1951, to Paul '28*/$6 +$,67 R. and Eva Mae Haist. He is survived by his mother; step son, Jesse Sweeney, Asheville, N.C.; step granddaughter; niece and extended family. He was preceded in death by his father; sister, Jacalyn Haist; brother, Herb Haist; and infant brother. Following his wishes, no services will be held at this time. Arrangements have been entrusted to King Memorial Home, 101 N. Tucker St., Mentone.
Edward Stanley Chester Dorn Edward Stanley Chester Dorn, 87, died at 2:50 a.m. Tuesday, June 14, at his daughter’s home in Arlington, TX. He was born Sept. 12, 1934, to Paul (':$5' and Bernice 67$1/(< Dorn. He married Marie &+(67(5 '251 Rodick March 16, 1968. She preceded him in death Aug. 16, 2014. He is survived by his four children, Shirley (John) Lace, Rochester, Donna Dorn, McKenney, Va., Kristi Dorn, Arlington, Texas; Christopher Dorn, South Bend; 12 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. Also preceding him in death are his parents; and two brothers, Raymond Dorn and Peter Dorn. A military graveside service was held Monday, June 20, at the Porter Rae Cemetery, North Liberty. Palmer Funeral Home, Lakeville, was entrusted with arrangements.
Michael F. Haines Michael F. Haines, 76, Kewanna, died Thursday, June 23, 2022, at his home. He was born July 18, 1945. Services were held 0,&+$(/ ) We d n e s d a y, +$,1(6 June 29, at the Kewanna Chapel of Rans Funeral Homes. Burial with military rites were performed at Citizens IOOF Cemetery.
Tennessee Leed Tennessee Leed, 4, Argos, died at 7:31 p.m. June 22, 2022, at Memorial Hospital, South Bend. She was born Oct. 8, 2017, to Cody Leed and 7(11(66(( Kimberlie /((' Mollette. She is survived by her parents; siblings, Shacoda (Tyler) Betz, Argos, Wryanne Leed, Plymouth; Kyle Overmyer, Plymouth; Aiden Manges; Alydiah Leed; Keagan Stanley; Terryn Eisenhardt; and Billie Jo Leed, all of Argos; maternal grandmother, Pam Mollette, Honduras; and paternal grandfather, Harvey Leed, Plymouth. She is preceded in death by her grandfather, Billy Joe Mollette; and grandmother, Barbara Jean Leed. Services were held Wednesday, June 29, at New Song Church, 1292 Baker St., Plymouth. Burial followed at Jordon Cemetery, Argos. Arrangements were entrusted to Earl-Grossman Funeral Home, Argos.
Phyllis L. Malott Phyllis L. Malott, 90, Walton, died Monday, June 20, 2022, at her residence. She was born Sept. 19, 1931, to Daniel E. and Sylvia G. Wilson. Surviv3+<//,6 / ing are three 0$/277 daughters, Billie J. Mabrey, Walton, Vicki Galloway, Rochester, and Kendra (Clark) Winn, Lucerne; four sons, Allen Maroney, Adamsboro, “Buck” Maroney, Lucerne, Tom Maroney, Lucerne, and Dennis Maroney, Lucerne; 14 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; two sisters, JoAnn (Jim) Gates, Fulton, and Hermaline (Joe) Jenkins, Peru. She was preceded in death by ﬁve sisters and one brother. There will be no services per her request. Arrangements were entrusted to Gundrum Funeral Home, Logansport.
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Janice S. McPeck,72, Warsaw, died Saturday, June 25, 2022. He was born Jan. 3, 1950, to Edwin and Dorothy Bach. She married Charles E. McPeck Sr. Oct. 13,1970. She is survived by her husband; and son, Charles E. (Lisa) McPeck Jr., San Diago, Cali. She he preceded in death by her parents; brother, James Bach. A funeral service was held Tuesday, June 28, at McHatton-Sadler Funeral Chapels, Warsaw. Interment followed in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw.
Judith Ann Schaller Judith Ann Schaller, 78, died Friday, June 17, 2022. She was born Oct. 2, 1943, to Edith and Emil Gerold. She married Herb Schaller June 10, 1967. -8',7+ $11 She is sur6&+$//(5 vived by her husband; children, Steve (Leanne) Schaller, Rochester; Vince (Lanette) Schaller, Lamoni, IA, Dan (Stephanie) Schaller, Culver, Ben (Linda) Schaller, Plymouth; Laura (Jon) Langfedt; ten grandchildren; one great-grandson; her twin sister, Joyce (Don) Satoski, Union Mills; twin siblings, Rita (Chuck) Hennings, Coco, Fla.; Raplh (Ruth) Gerold, Cedar Lake; sister in lawn, Carolyn Gerold, Greenville, OH; brothers, John Schaller, Robert (Judy) Schaller, Harry Roe; and sisters in law; Laura Halfman, Margaret (Steve) Hill, Donna (Norman) Johnson, Susan (Chuck) Kerr. She is preceded in death by her parents; brother, David Gerold; brother and sisters in law, Mary Lou Rose, Pat Schaller and Leonard Halfman; and her father and mother in law, Ferdinand and Caroline Schaller. Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday, June 29, at St. Michael Catholic Church, 613 N. Center St., Plymouth. Burial followed in St. Michael Catholic Cemetery, Plymouth.
Marvin R. Wickens Marvin R. Wickens, 82, Mentone, died at 7:55 p.m. Thursday, June 23, 2022, at Mason Health Care, Warsaw. He was born Jan. 10. 1940, to John 0$59,1 5 and Dorothy :,&.(16 Wickens. He is survived by his daughters, Tammy (Tim) White, Warsaw, Kristi (Tom) King, Tippecanoe; son, Scott (Michele) Wickens, Warsaw; three granchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Keith Wickens, Plymouth; and sister, June (Richard) Breeding, Inwood. He was preceded in death by his parents; granddaughter; and sister, Elaine Amor. A memorial service was held Wednesday, June 29, at King Memorial Home, 1010 N. Tucker St., Mentone.
Donald P. Zinser Donald P. Zinser, 75, died Sunday, June 19, 2022. He was born July 22, 1946. Arrangements pending at Zimmerman Bros. Funeral Home, 1101 Jefferson St., Rochester.
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Odell announces candidacy for mayor Editor’s Note: Article provided by Trent Odell. Trent Odell is a Republican running for mayor of Rochester in 2023. The following is an introduction, to tell voters about who Odell is, why he is running, the journey which brought him to his decision and the qualiﬁcations that make him suitable for the ofﬁce. Odell and his wife Stacy have been married for 36 years. They have two daughters, Brittanie and Alyssa, and ﬁve grandchildren. “I have been a lifelong grain and livestock farmer in northwest Howard County, and in 2012, my wife and I were blessed to buy a cottage on the east side of Lake Manitou. We have since fallen in love with the community, became residents and in 2019, purchased what was formerly known as Fansler Lumber Company. We changed the name to Odell Lumber and Supply as we felt it was necessary to rebrand and portray a new direction for the company, though, we ensured to keep the values that made this company what it has been in the community for many years before we entered the scene. Quickly, I became aware of how much I enjoyed working with the people of this community.” A couple years ago, Odell began considering running for mayor of the community he now called home, but he did not share the idea with anyone except his wife and a close conﬁdant; however, several life changes, including the purchase of the lumberyard, had his mind otherwise occupied. So, he was all the more shocked when he was randomly approached by a community member about running for mayor of Rochester. “Maybe this was my conﬁrmation that it was time to take the next step.” Odell embarked on a “research time,” during which he talked to additional community members. “I have received such great support and positive afﬁrmation that running for mayor is the right next step for me. In addition, other circumstances have opened to allow me to be fully committed to the role of mayor.” Odell has held many leadership roles in the past. These have
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COUNTY REPORT Marriage Licenses The following couples have applied for marriage licenses in the ofﬁce of Fulton County Clerk of the Court:
Jackson - Norman Chaleah Rochelle Jackson, 31, Noblesville, and Bradley Lee Norman, 48, Macy.
Wick - Gubbs Tricia Renee Wick, 32, Rochester, and Mark Anthony Grubbs II, 28, Rochester.
Marriage Dissolutions The following couples have ﬁled for marriage dissolutions in Fulton County Courts: Ervin— Scott Ervin, Rochester, and Katrina Ervin, Rochester.
Franz— Randy D. Franz, Rochester, and Linda Franz, Rochester. With children. Good— Weston Good, and Caitlin Good, Plymouth. With children. Pryor— Daniel G. Pryor, Rochester, and Jennifer S. Pryor, Rochester.
Court News Circuit Court
The following petitions have been ﬁled in Fulton County Circuit Court Arthur Christopher Lee Presiding:
Civil Plenary Diane Mate, Rochester v. David Young, Michelle Parlett, Kewanna. Fulton County Health Department v. Jennifer Milliser, Rochester.
The following petitions have been ﬁled in Fulton County Superior Court Judge Gregory L. Heller presiding:
Complaints Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Joshua
N. Wagoner, Rochester, $5,935.72. Resurgent Receivables LLC v. Cathy Depalma, Culver, $1,732.54. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC v. Jeffrey Tomaga, Rochester, $4,335.47. Crown Asset Management, LLC v. Brandon Conley, Rochester, $16,567.33; Brandon Conley, Rochester, $4,245.78. LVNV Funding, LLC v. Theodore Thompson, $2,514.47.
Trafﬁc Violations The following ﬁnes and levies were paid in Fulton County Courts: Speeding — Sanjaykumar M. Patel, Frankfort, Ky., $160.50; Olivia Gomez, Noblesville, $150.50. Operating with expired plates — Kristopher T. Abney, Rochester, $160. Driving while suspended — Joseph A. Manns, Rochester, $160.50. Failure to register — Kyle R. Howard, Macy, $160.50. Failure to occupant to use safety belt — Perry L. Minner, Mishawaka, $185.50.
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Queen contests. The winners of these events will be announced starting at 6:15 p.m. Friday, July 1, in the Akron Community Center. Attendees may also take part in the Akron Parents Support Group’s Igloo Ice Cream Social from 6-8 p.m. in the community center. Also starting July 1 is the Akron Youth League’s 12-under Baseball and Softball Tournament, which runs through Sunday, July 3. Book lovers should also take advantage of Akron Carnegie Public Library’s Book Sale, which is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 1, and 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 2. Most items for sale can be had for a donation. From 9-11 a.m. Saturday, July 2, Lake City Bank, 114 W. Rochester St., is also celebrating Young Entrepreneur Day. Those who stop by the branch may purchase products from kids ages 5-11, who also receive $10 grants from the bank. The festival atmosphere kicks into high gear from noon to 8 p.m. in Pike Memorial Park, 311
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Saturday, July 30 — Noon Start 11 A.M. Registration begins in Pole Bldg. behind old Grubb bldg. on SR 25 South
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Akron Fourth of July Continued from page 9 ing ceremony. Registration for Firecracker 5K walk/run events begins 7-7:45 a.m. at Akron Elementary School, East 202 Rural St. The 5K walk starts at 8 a.m., followed by the One Mile Fun Run, 8:15 a.m., and the 5K Run at 8:30 a.m. Line-up for the “Mayberry USA”themed parade starts at 9 a.m. at the Sonoco Station near SR 19. The parade itself starts at 11 a.m. and will proceed down Rochester and Mishawaka Streets. Handicap parking is available at Akron United Methodist Church, 121 N. Mishawaka St.
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Updates and happenings Cardio Drumming classes 5:45 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday and 8 a.m. every Saturday at the Fulton County Community Resource Center & Council on Aging, 625 Pontiac Street, Rochester. $5 per class, this is not low impact. All ages welcome. —o— United We Stand Ministries of Akron’s Food Panty is open to Newcastle and Heny Township residents 2-4 p.m. Thursday at the Akron Church of God, on the north side. —o— Walking class 9:30 a.m. Thursday, June 30 ,at the Fulton library, 7420 Liberty Ave., Fulton. —o— Well-Women Workshops by The Roots Yoga Project 9-11 a.m. Saturday, July 2, at Jarretty’s Place, 701 Main St., Rochester. $30, all proceeds are donated to fund well-being resources for educators in FulAuthorized Dealer
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Fulton Fun Day Festival seeking entrants for parade The Fulton Fun Day Festival committee is seeking entrants for the parade at noon Saturday, July 30. This will be the 21st annual parade for the festival organized by the Fulton-Liberty Lions Club.
The theme is “Color Our World With Hope” in response to ﬁnally being able to have fun at festivals and community gatherings again. Entry forms will be available at the Fulton Library where a drop box is also located to place
completed papers. Or, forms may be sent by mail or email. Contact Linda at (574) 857-6101 and leave a request. Craft and information spaces will be available for free on July 30. Contact the number above to receive an application or stop by the library.
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Firecracker 5K and Sparkler One Mile Fun Run The Akron Fourth of July Firecracker 5K Run/Walk and Sparkler One Mile Fun Run sponsored by Akron Las Donas Club will kick off with the 5K Walk at 8 a.m.; One Mile, 8:15 a.m.;and the 5K Run, 8:30 a.m. Monday, July 4, at Akron Elementary School, E. 202 Rural St. Race day registration is from 7-7:45 a.m. Day of race registration is $25. Fun Run registration is $10. Awards will be announced immediately following the race. This is a chip timed event on an open course. Online registration is available at getmeregistered.com/AkronsFirecrackerRun. Proceeds from the race will go toward community needs. No pets or bikes are allowed in the race.
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Gerry Grossman, ‘The Human Jukebox,’ performs July 3 Gerry Grossman, “The Human Jukebox,” will perform from 6-7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 3, in Akron’s Pike Memorial Park as part of its Fourth of July Festival. Grossman’s sobriquet, “The Human Jukebox,” comes from his ability to recall countless old rock and roll hits. His performances are unique experiences, each tailored to audience involvement and requests. He has performed with a long list of show business legends, including John Denver, The Byrds, The Turtles, The Lovin’ Spoonful, Johnny Rivers, Tammy Wynette, Foreigner, Richard Lewis, The Temptations and many more. Grossman spent years touring for the National Coffee House Circuit, followed by tours of all kinds, including rock clubs, comedy clubs, festivals, corporate shows, private shows and casinos. He has written and starred in two PBS local specials, written and recorded four singles and one album and he continues to play venues of all kinds, with an emphasis on casino shows. He recently concluded a run at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater, “Human Jukebox Reloaded”.
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Bucher honored posthumously as Akron parade grand marshal %\ /($+ 6$1'(5 6WDII :ULWHU Jim Bucher was a familiar face around Akron. Two of his children, Amy Cooper and Jeff Bucher, shared how Jim would travel around town on his blue golf cart greeting other people. Though Jim passed away in February at age 85, his hometown will honor him on Monday, July 4, when he will posthumously serve as the grand marshal of the Akron Fourth of July parade. It’s actually one of two recognitions that Jim will receive as part of this year’s festival, the other being having his name attached to the Fourth’s car show that he helped organize for many years. Bucher spent nearly all his lifetime in the Akron area, save for some time he lived in California. Born on Aug. 14, 1936, he went to Beaver Dam High School. He married the late E. “Joan” Floor on Sept. 23, 1956. They would have ﬁve children, including in addition to Amy and Jeff, Joy McDonough, Jerry Bucher and Jim Bucher Jr. Jim and Joan would raise the kids at a home at Rock Lake, just outside Akron. There, Jeff notes, the family had a three-car garage, but it wasn’t to store their personal cars in. “Dad always believed a garage was for race cars or ﬁxing cars and tools, not to have family cars
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Murphy joins Farm Credit Mid-America as Financial Officer in Rochester Joe Murphy has re-joined Farm Credit Mid-America as a ﬁnancial ofﬁcer at its Rochester ofﬁce. He is available to serve farmers and producers in Fulton and Pulaski counties. Murphy previously served as a ﬁnancial ofﬁcer for Farm Credit Mid-America from 2012 to 2015. He went on to hold roles as a seed salesman for Gohn Ag/DuPont Pioneer and was an ag/commercial banker with Alliance Bank in Winamac for the past four years. Murphy looks forward to meeting his customers and building longlasting relationships that will help them exceed their goals now and in the future. “I believe Farm Credit MidAmerica has the best products and services to offer our rural customers, and I ﬁrmly believe in the principles this cooperative has put in place to meet our customers’ needs and help them meet their goals,” says Murphy. “I look forward to seeing some familiar faces, but also getting to know new ones.” Murphy graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He is a lifelong native of Fulton County, where he is an active member in the local community. He gradu-
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Schwenk receives surprise retirement send off After more than 41 years with the Rochester school system, you would think that nothing could surprise retiring physical education teacher Charlee Schwenk. Her family and the Rochester community made a plan to do so anyway. Co-workers, family and friends organized a special send-off for retiring Schwenk Thursday, June 23, in front of Rochester High School. As Schwenk was returning from her last summer class session with a group of students, she was welcomed with family, students and community members waving, cheering and sharing ﬂowers to wish her well in her retirement. “How did you do this?” Schwenk muttered while wiping tears from her face. Her husband, Tom Schwenk, explained with a smile, “There was a Facebook post and you were blocked.” The social media post instructed members to save the date for the surprise. It was made apparent that Schwenk has been a staple in
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Second, The Lord Jesus’s Power Over Nature (Matthew 8:2329). Jesus used a storm to move his disciples from fear of circumstances to faith in him (see Matthew 8:2325). While they were traveling by boat, a violent storm arose but Jesus was sleeping. Their circumstances looked bleak so they panicked: Lord, save us! We’re going to die! Jesus rebuked the winds and the sea to calm the storm, and he rebuked the disciples for their little faith (see Matthew 8:26-27). He wanted to expand their understanding of him and their trust in him. As a result of what he did, the disciples were amazed at Jesus’s lordship over creation. This suggests they did not fully know who was in the boat with them. The storms and trials of life are designed to give you a bigger view of God and a more precise understanding of who Jesus Christ really is (see Matthew 8:28-29). The size of your faith is ultimately tied to the size of your God. Third, Maybe this was a satanic attack to destroy Jesus Christ. We do not know, but see the peace Jesus displayed — able to sleep in a dangerous storm. This is the peace we can have when we know we are in the center of God’s will. Again, by his word he controls the wind and the sea, and there is an immediate calm. We go from a “great tempest” (Matthew 8:24) to a “great calm” (Matthew 8:26) because of a great savior. Oh, how I love Jesus. How thankful we should be that Jesus Christ calms the storms of life (see Psalm 107:23-31). Read Ron Purkey’s Bible study outlines at www.rcpbibleoutlines. com free on the website. Purkey has been an ordained Baptist minister for 50 years.
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