Helen Louise Whitaker

first_imgHelen Louise Whitaker, 90, of Dillsboro, IN, passed away at 12:25 PM, Thursday, May 5th, 2016 at Woodland Hills Care Center in Lawrenceburg, IN. Helen was born in Dillsboro, IN on June 4, 1925, a daughter of the late Nettie (Vinson) and Frank  Weiss. She spent her life in the Dillsboro community and was a 1943 graduate of Dillsboro High School. After attending business school in Cincinnati, she worked as a secretary at Seagram’s Distillery for two years. On March 18, 1945 in Dillsboro, IN she married Robert Worth Whitaker. Helen and Robert operated Whitaker’s Meat Market and Slaughter House in Dillsboro for several years. They also ran the family farm together. Helen and Robert were married forty seven years until his passing in 1992. She was a member of the Dillsboro United Methodist Church and had attended the Rising Sun United Methodist Church the last several years. Helen enjoyed sewing, crocheting, making dolls and reading. She also liked gardening and working outside.Helen is  survived by a daughter, Becky Busse, of Dillsboro, IN; by 2 grandsons, Brent Busse (Kelly) of Dillsboro and John Busse (Beth) of Bright, IN; by 3 great grandchildren, Steven Busse of AZ, Jordan Busse of Bright, IN and Alan Busse of Dillsboro, IN; and by 2 nephews and 2 nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, by her husband Robert Whitaker and by a brother Walter Weiss.Funeral services will be 1 PM, Wednesday, May 11th at Markland Funeral Home in Rising Sun, IN with Rev. Gregory Waggoner officiating. Friends are invited to call Wednesday 11-1 at Markland Funeral Home. Burial will be at Oakdale Cemetery in Dillsboro, IN. Memorial donations may be made to the Rising Sun United Methodist Church or Dillsboro Emergency Unit. marklandfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

Boys golf Bees get even with F-M Green, win 188-191

first_imgPompo shot 37, with Nate MacGregor stepping up for his best performance of the fall, a 38 to match the total of Glavin, and Petragnani clinching the win with a 39.Earlier in the week, B’ville had displayed this similar quality in a match against Liverpool, prevailing 188-204 over the Warriors as Petragnani went to the forefront with a 35. Glavin and Billy Guild both shot 38, with Pompo getting a 40 as Trey Ordway stepped up, his 42 matching Ianno.In the last week of the regular season, B’ville would meet F-M’s White team at Woodcrest on Wednesday after trying to avenge an earlier defeat to Cicero-North Syracuse Blue on Monday.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: BaldwinsvilleBoys golf A week from now, the Baldwinsville boys golf team will return to Radisson Greens, intent on recapturing the Section III Class AA championship.The Bees will do so with far more confidence thanks to its 188-191 victory over previously undefeated Fayetteville-Manlius Green last Wednesday afternoon at Timber Banks.These teams had first met Aug. 29 at Woodcrest, and F-M Green prevailed 186-195, with both teams on relatively even terms except for the 33 scored by the Hornets’ Enzo Abruzzese.center_img Victor Ianno had scored 36 to lead the Bees, followed by 39s from Aidan Farmer and Alex Pompo. Tanner Glavin had a 40 and Anthony Petragnani added a 41 as, for F-M, Adam Butch had a37, with Velton Perry adding a 38 and 39s from Seth Bailey, Matt LaCombe and Mike Millimaci.. Having not lost since, the Hornets brought its deep roster to the rematch at Timber Banks, where the Bees would counter with its own well-balanced lineup.In the race for individual honors, Farmer shot an even-par 36, which Butch and Matt LaCombe, would match. Yet the Hornets would only have one other sub-40 total, a 39 from Heyman, and B’ville pounced.last_img read more