ROBERT B. “BOB” WILSON, 61, of Fort Wayne, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2006, after a hard fight with pancreatic cancer at Hospice Home, Fort Wayne. Born February 8, 1945, in El Paso, Texas, he retired from Custom Tube Corporation, as a machinist and welder, in 1997. He was a member
WHAT IS A CONTRACT?
Years ago we didn’t know too much about contracts. People told me my grandfather sold farm equipment in a field with a handshake. The handshake made it a binding agreement.
The dictionary says a contract is: “An agreement between two or more people to do something or
Congress is currently debating a comprehensive immigration bill to curb the flow of undocumented illegal immigrants into the U.S. According to the U.S. Immigration and naturalization Service, the number of undocumented illegal immigrants in the United States is nearing
Festival season is here in Fort Wayne. As you visit Headwaters Park this summer, I know you’ll enjoy the new widened sidewalk along Clinton Street near Headwaters Park and Freimann Square. City and community leaders recently led a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the substantial completion of
Greetings! I’m currently spending some time on a personal trip out of the good old USA with my wife, Judy. While it’s nice to take a break from the usual daily activities on the home front I can’t help but appreciate more than ever how lucky we all are to live in the greatest country
In the last two Voice of the Township columns, I have talked about how we obtain our budget, the accountability for it, and then the criterion by which it is distributed to those in need through our assistance staff. The Wayne Township Trustee’s Office Systems Administration Department is the
As summer gets into full swing, it’s important for parents to remember that a bicycle is a vehicle, not a toy. Teaching children a few basic safety rules will go a long way toward protecting them when they ride.
“Riding a bike is fun, but it can also be dangerous,” says Allstate Agent
Congratulations to the class of 2006. These are really challenging times, and they’re also exciting times. In her latest book, The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke (Riverhead Books), financial expert Suze Orman discusses the challenges that today’s college graduates face
ADRIENNE KAY JEWELL GONZALEZ, 26, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, June 17, 2006. Born August 9, 1979, in Fort Wayne, she was a student and homemaker.
Surviving are her husband, Michael G. Gonzalez of Spring Valley, California; father, Fraser Jewell Sr. of Fort Wayne; mother, Tammy Jewell of Fort Wayne;
VERONICA LEBRATO, 91 of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, June 6, 2006 at her home surrounded by family. Born November 21, 1914 in Fort Wayne, she was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church, Altra Society, and R.S.V.P Senior Citizen Volunteer Program.
Veronica was a tireless volunteer in many programs to
JAMES F. WEIKS, 69, died Thursday, June 15, 2006 at Lutheran Hospital. Born May 21, 1937 in Escanaba, Michigan, he retired in 1997 from General Electric Corp. after more than 30 years of service.
A member of St. Henry Catholic Church, the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Broadway Rod & Gun Club,
VIOLET F. LOEW, 79, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, May 30, 2006 at Regency Place, Fort Wayne. She was born February 21, 1927 in Swan, Indiana.
She was a homemaker and a nurses aid at Lutheran Homes for 20 years. She graduated from Eel River, Perry Township High School in 1945, she served on the St. Therese
BETTY J. GLENN, 84, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, June 5, 2006, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born March 6, 1922, in Huntington, she was a coil winder for General Electric for 15 years, retiring in 1976.
Surviving are her son, Steve R. Kincaid of Fort Wayne; daughters, Anita M. Glenn of Fort Wayne,
MARYBELLE DAVIS, 90, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, June 5, 2006. Born September 24, 1915, in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, she was a Kindergarten Teacher at Waynedale School for many years. She was a member of Waynedale Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving are her daughter, Mary Belle Davis-Kondeff of Fairfax,
ROBERT EUGENE La VERGNE, 67, of South Whitley, died Monday, June 5, 2006, at St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born August 11, 1938, in Fort Wayne, he was a clerk at Kroger Stores, in Fort Wayne for 35 years, retiring in 1999.
Surviving are his wife, Barbara L. La Vergne of South Whitley; sons, Robert
FAGER, CORDILL “CORKEY” WARREN, 74, died Friday, June 9. He filled orders in the shipping department at International Harvester Company. He was in the Air National Guard and was a member of Waynedale Baptist Church.
Service was at Waynedale Baptist Church, 633 Lower Huntington Road, with
BANKS, BETTY J. 84, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, June 10. She was born in Buckland, Ohio. She was a Respiratory Therapist at Lutheran Hospital, retiring in 1985.
She loved to watch college basketball, especially IU.
Services were Tuesday, June 12, at Elzey Patterson Rodak Home for Funerals, 6810 Old
MICHAEL D. EVANS, 56, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, June 10, 2006, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born October 7, 1949, in Fort Wayne, he worked for TFE Group. He was a member of Kekionga V.F.W. Post 1421, American Legion Post 241 and N.R.A., and served in the Army during the Vietnam era.
A GREAT TIME TO TRY STATE PARKS – JUNE IS GREAT OUTDOORS MONTH
This is Great Outdoors Month, as designated by President Bush, prime time for Hoosiers to visit their state’s 33 state parks and reservoirs to discover the upgraded and new facilities.
“We are continually working
It seems that our hills have plunged headlong into summer weather, with sweltering days of hot sunshine. June is a welcome month, with her own unique fragrance. It is compounded of the scent of roses, and sweet clover drying in the sun. It is the perfume of summer.
It is a blooming time of year, with
Alcoholics Anonymous lost a loyal friend and servant with the passing of Robert Paul Foster, his date of birth was October 17, 1918 and his date of death was June 2, 2006. His funeral service was at the St. Joseph Catholic Church on Tuesday, June 6, 2006 and his final resting place is at Greenlawn
Looking up at a beautiful blue sky, I saw an eagle soaring, and in an instant my spirit was soaring with him. He said, “Don’t look down – look up and all around. The Creator made this for you and me.” He had no more said that when we caught a thermal and were lifted up
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ALUMINUM CAN COLLECTION
Where: South West Conservation Club
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I remember when the time would come for summer break at Waynedale Grade School. The end of school meant that I’d be free to do anything that met my fancy all day long. I’d only be accountable for getting home for supper.
Sadly, a lot of children today never know such a thing.