Mr. Dustan Michael “Dusty” Rine, age 69, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on July 3, 1947, in Milan, Indiana, the son of, Gareth Sheldon Tullis and Patsy (O’Connor) Tullis-Rine. He was raised in North Vernon, Indiana where he was a 1965 graduate of the North Vernon High School. Dusty was inducted into the United States Army on November 3, 1966, in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving during the Vietnam War. Dusty earned the National Defense Service Medal and was honorably discharged with the rank of Specialist 4th Class on November 1, 1968 at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Dusty was united in marriage on October 24, 1970, in North Vernon, Indiana, to Ida Suzanne Miller. Dusty and Suzanne shared 46 years of marriage together until his death. Dusty was a former Senior Marine Product Engineer for Cummins Inc. in Charlestown, South Carolina, retiring in 1996, after 30 years of service. He resided in the Madison, Indiana community for 9 years, Asheville, North Carolina community, Edisto Island, South Carolina community where he was a park ranger and in the Vevay, Indiana community the past few months. Dusty was a fiddle wizard and enjoyed fixing any string instrument, playing his fiddle, guitar, mandalon, drums and dulcimer. He was known as a “renaissance man” for having so many talents and areas of knowledge not many would know. He was a Scout Master and also enjoyed sailing, cooking, mowing the yard, woodworking, building tiny houses and was an avid reader. Dusty will be dearly missed by his loving family and abundance of friends. Dusty passed away at 3:55 pm, Wednesday, October 5, 2016, at his residence in Vevay, Indiana.Dusty will be dearly missed by his loving wife of 46 years: Ida Suzanne (Miller) Rine of Vevay, Indiana; his sister: Ronda Everroad of St. Paul, IN and his numerous close friends that he thought of as his own family.He was preceded in death by his parents: Gareth Sheldon Tullis and Patsy (O’Connor) Tullis-Rine; his maternal-grandparents: Daniel Major O’Connor and Elizabeth (Seward) O’Connor-Roseberry; his paternal-grandparents: Marvin Tullis and Myrtie (Hawk) Tullis and his uncle: Pat O’Connor, who was tragically killed in 1958 while racing in the Indy 500.A private celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family.Memorial contributions may be made to Switzerland County Animals and Environment Fund % Community Foundation of Switzerland County or to the Hospice of King’s Daughters’ Hospital. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Jean Simpson, 87 of Piggott, AR. formally of Milan, passed away Monday March 20, 2017 at the General Baptist nursing home in Piggott, AR. Jean was born in Boydsville, AR on Monday June 24, 1929 to Taft and Eva (Holifield) Bradberry. She married Orlie L. Simpson June 28, 1948 and he preceded her in death February 7, 2008. Jean worked as a bookkeeper for the South Eastern Indiana Gas Company. She was a member of the Church of Christ. She enjoyed playing cards, shopping and crocheting.Jean is survived by sons: Larry (Barbara) Simpson of Piggott, AR, Stephen Simpson of Piggott, AR. She was preceded in death by her husband: Orlie Simpson, brother: James Dean Bradberry, one Granddaughter: Lisa Simpson.Graveside service will be at 10AM Friday March 24, 2017 at South Park Cemetery, Greensburg, In 405 South East Street Greensburg, IN 47240 with Carl Burns officiating. Memorials may be made to the Childrens Home INC. 5515 Walcott Rd. Paragould, AR 72450. Laws-Carr-Moore entrusted with arrangements, Box 243, Milan, IN 47031 (812)654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Man City more dangerous without Aguero, says MourinhoBy Martyn HermanLONDON, England (Reuters) – Jose Mourinho believes Manchester City could be a more difficult proposition without suspended Sergio Aguero than with him in today’s eagerly-anticipated Premier League derby.The Manchester United manager made the curious comment during a news conference ahead of today’s lunchtime kickoff when he also played down the significance of a match in which he will lock horns with City boss Pep Guardiola for the 17th time.Both managers have enjoyed 100 percent starts in their new posts, winning all three games in the Premier League.But while Mourinho has a full cast list at his disposal, Guardiola will be deprived of Aguero’s lethal firepower after he was banned for three games following an elbowing incident against West Ham United.Aguero, top scorer for City every year since joining in 2011, has scored six goals this season and has seven career goals against United, but Mourinho refused to accept his unavailability tipped the balance his side’s way.“Yes it changes because it is more difficult,” Mourinho said. “When Aguero is available we know that he plays, we know their formation and their dynamics – nobody has doubts.“If he is ready, he will play. But now he doesn’t play, they have an amazing squad in terms of options and there are many things (Guardiola) could do.”Leroy Sane, the 20-year-old winger signed for 37 million pounds ($49 million) from Schalke, is one option for Guardiola who has suffered only three defeats to Mourinho teams.The Portuguese knows Guardiola will have something up his sleeve, but insists that players, not managers, will decide the outcome of the game.“He could decide to play with (Kelechi) Iheanacho or (Raheem) Sterling,” Mourinho said.“He could decide to play with Silva as a fake number nine between the lines. It is clear that they have many options,” Mourinho added.“That for us, in the preparation of the game, makes us have to go step-by-step with every situation because we are trying to reduce the unpredictability of the game.“To try to do this now is more difficult.”Mourinho said that so early in a long season no match, even one against City, was more important than any other.But landing an early jab on the chin of Guardiola would be an irresistible carrot for the Portuguese who has transformed the mood at Old Trafford since his arrival, following the departure of the unpopular Louis van Gaal.With Zlatan Ibrahimovic among the goals and Paul Pogba adding much-needed zest to United’s engine room, they look slight favourites to take the points.“We are ready, we are waiting,” Mourinho said, refusing to get drawn on the inevitable spotlight at the renewal of hostilities between himself and former Barcelona boss Guardiola.“I know what the derby means to the fans but I have to stay under emotional control,” he added.
The Huskies were able to rebound on Sunday with a win over Sexsmith. After a scoreless first period, Brennan Billey got the Huskies on the board two minutes into the second. Dylan Apsassin added two goals and an assist, while Luke McInerney chipped in a pair of goals, as the Huskies powered to a 7-3 win. The third period also saw four fights break out. Jesse Disher fought Spencer Jebb, Colby Ames fought Shane McLaughlin, Robbie Sidhu fought Carson Ewing, and Tyson Pederson fought Cody Stevenson. The Huskies remain in second place in the NWJHL standings, with a 6-2-1 record. They play a single game next weekend – Saturday night in Beaverlodge.Advertisement The Huskies remain in second place in the NWJHL standings, after a 1-1 weekend. On Saturday night, the Huskies hosted the league-leading Whitecourt Wolverines. In the only previous matchup this season, the Wolverines beat the Huskies 5-1 in Whitecourt. On Saturday, the Huskies got into penalty trouble, particularly in the second period, when Whitecourt scored three powerplay goals in a span of five minutes, to take a 4-0 lead. – Advertisement -The Huskies began to claw back into the game, sparked by Cody Kalb’s top line. Kalb himself scored two goals and an assist to narrow the gap to 4-3 Whitecourt. But, with seven minutes remaining in the third, Grady McMann added an insurance goal for the Wolverines. Corbin Gavin added a late goal, giving Whitecourt a 6-3 win. The Wolverines added a 9-2 win in Dawson Creek on Sunday, to extend their record to a perfect 10-0.Advertisement