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Mrs. Jennifer Marie “Jenny” (Hanson) Lewis, age 48, of Patriot, Indiana, entered this life on April 5, 1971, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was a 1989 graduate of Milan High School in Milan, Indiana. She was actively involved in Business Professionals of America and was honored to be named to Who’s Who of America program in high school. At the young age of 16, Jenny met the love of her life, Dennis Rolland Lewis. They were united in marriage on April 9, 1994, in Carrollton, Kentucky and shared 30 years together until her death. Jenny resided since the age of 18 in the Patriot, Indiana community and was a wonderful homemaker. She was an avid reader and enjoyed music and spending time with her grandchildren, her dog and her cat. Jenny passed away at 12:20 p.m., Saturday, August 31, 2019, at her residence.Jenny will be deeply missed by her husband, Dennis Rolland Lewis of Patriot, IN; her sons, Christopher Parker Lewis and his wife, Andrea of Moorefield, IN and Jacob Allen Lewis and his wife, Emily of Rising Sun, IN; her grandchildren, Hunter, Leah, and Landon; her mother-in-law, Phyllis E. (Smith) Lewis of Vevay, IN; her sister-in-law, Deena Knight and her husband, Michael of Vevay, IN; her brothers-in-law, Bubby Lewis and his companion, Michelle Springer of Vevay, IN and Bobby Lewis and his wife, Bonnie of Lawrenceburg, IN and her several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her father-in-law, Claudell “Bud” Lewis, died March 24, 2014 and her sister-in-law, Tracy Lynne Lewis.Private family and close friends services will be held.Interment will follow in the Eastview Cemetery, Patriot, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
Photo Tipp FM The opening round of the Tipperary County hurling championship got underway last evening.Killenaule took on Burgess in Templemore where Killenaule ran out 1-18 to 1-16 winners.Both goals there came inthe first half, Tony Doyle hit the Killenaule goal, and Eoin Hogan hit the Burgess goal. Killenaule manager Kenneth Browne says the early goal for his side settled the nerves.Meanwhile, defending county champions Thurles Sarsfields open their campaign this evening against Carrick Swans in Cashel at 7pm.Thurles Sarsfields are the team to beat in this years’ Championship, having won the title three years in a row.However, their Chairman Michael Maher says there are plenty of good teams around the county.Other games down for decision this evening include:Drom & Inch v Portroe in Dolla at 6:30Ballingarry v Newport in Dundrum at 7:00J.K. Brackens v Borrisokane in Cloughjordan at 7:00Kiladangan v Borris-Ileigh in Nenagh at 7:00Tipperary County Board Chairman Michael Bourke says the county leagues have prepared club players well for the opening rounds of the county championship.Clubs have been readying themselves for the championship season which kicks off this weekend.At Thursday night’s County Board meeting club representatives praised the county league structure this year.Michael Bourke says the games have benefitted club players, and says there’s a huge variety of games on over the next two weekends.Meanwhile, in the Intermediate Club Championship Galtee Rovers faced off against Kilsheelan Kilcash last night. Kilsheelan/Kilcash won that one 1-14 to 13 points.Down for decision today in the Intermediate Championship is Boherlahan and St Marys Clonmel in Group 3 at 7pm New Inn.
The Black Satellites will depart for Morocco on Wednesday for the 2nd leg of the final qualifier of the 2013 Africa Youth Championship decider in Rabat scheduled for this Friday.The Under-20 team hold a 4-1 advantage over the Atlas Cubs from the first leg played at the Tamale Stadium two weeks ago.Satellites squad for Morocco:Goalkeepers: Muntari Tagoe, Felix AnnanDefenders: Richmond Nketiah, Jeremiah Ankorful, Lawrence Lartey, Ahmed Adams, SmallBoy Korbah, Seidu SalifuMidfielders: Joseph Mensah, Derrick Mensah, Prince Baffoe, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Jacob Appau, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, Michael Anaba, Moses OdjerStrikers: Francis Narh, Benjamin Fadi
Donegal has received the go-ahead for a brand new fire engine.Deputy Dinny McGinley, said the announcement is very good news and will make a big difference to local fire fighters.“Donegal’s fire service is receiving a real boost with this announcement of a new fire station engine. This is really good news for residents in Donegal who will see the benefit of this additional fire protection, something we must take very seriously.” The fire engine for Donegal is part of €8 million being distributed to buy appliances and equipment, to build or upgrade fire stations, upgrade the communications and mobilisation system and improve training centres.“Investment in new fire appliances will ensure that the fleet is maintained and will further enhance the capability of the fire services.“As part of this funding, €2 million will be spent on restructuring the Computer Aided Mobilisation Project (CAMP) II infrastructure. The three CAMP stations will be transitioned into a single national CAMP structure which will offer significantly enhanced resilience and better value-for-money. Improvements will also be made to training centres at a cost of €1 million.“This new fire engine will make a big difference to the excellent fire fighters who work extremely hard in Donegal.” NEW FIRE ENGINE FOR DONEGAL FIRE SERVICE was last modified: June 10th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)