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RRoonnaalldd KKlloocckkooww July 28, 1931 April 10, 2008 SOUTH BEND Ronald F. Klockow, 76, passed away on Thursday, April 10th, in Saint Joseph Care Center West.Mr. Klockow is survived by his wife, daughter, Mary Holliday of Kenneth and Ron Klockow, both of South Bend, and Dave Klockow of grandchildren and five great- grandchildren.There will be no services or visitation.Cremation will take place in the Welsheimer Crematory.The Welsheimer Family Funeral Homes assisted the family with arrangements. MMaarryy EElllleenn LLaannssddaallee Jan. 3, 1938 April 15, 2008 NILES Mary Ellen Lansdale, 70, of Westfield Drive, died Tuesday in Silverbrook Manor following an extended ill- ness.She is survived by her daughter, Kimberly Ellen Lansdale of Morgan Elizabeth Severeid; and a brother, Fred E.Hill of Niles.Services will be at 2 p.m.

Friday in Wesley United Methodist Church.Family and friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in Halbritter Funeral Home. TThheellmmaa LLeesshheerr June 12, 1935 April 14, 2008 ELKHART Thelma J. 72, died at 7:30 a.m.Monday, April 14, in Elkhart General Hospital. Thelma was born on June 12, 1935, in Hammond, IN, to the late Frank and Hilda (Woodward) Warren.She was also preceded in death by her first husband, John A.Nadolny, who she married on Jan.28, 1956, in South Bend.He passed away on March 20, 1979.She married her second husband on June 15, 1991, in Elkhart, and he preceded her in death on June 18, 2005.She was also preceded in death by a sister, Flora Wenninger.

She worked at Copy Express in printing sales.She was a member of St.Thomas the Apostle Church, was a member of Elks enjoyed golf, basket weaving, playing cards, and spending time with her family. She is survived by a son, Andrew Nadolny of Karen E. (Larry) Chojnacki of Elkhart and Jennifer Sirovica of sister, Myrlene Mookerjee of Milwaukee, grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in St.Thomas the Apostle Church, with Father Bill Sullivan of St.Thomas the Apostle Church officiating.

Burial will be at St.Vincent Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 in Waterman Westbrook Clouse Funeral Home, where a vigil service will be at 7:30 p.m., and one hour before services in the church on Thursday. Memorial contributions may be made to St.Thomas the Apostle Church or to The Humane Society. Online condolences may be sent to DDoonnaalldd MMiilllleerr Nov. 14, 1940 April 13, 2008 SOUTH BEND Donald Edward Miller, 67, of South Bend, died in his home surrounded by family on Sunday, April 13, 2008, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Don was born on November 14, 1940, in Harrietsville, Ohio, to the late Ralph Edward Miller and to Gladys Irene (Bettinger) Miller, who survives. In August 1962 he married the former Gail Marie Goodridge in Rochester, New York.Surviving are his loving wife, mother, Gladys Miller of Caldwell, daughters, Cheryl (Vincent) Pryor of Orland Park, Illinois, and Laura A.Miller of South sons, Kevin D. (Kathleen) Miller of Suzhou, China, and Douglas E.Miller of South granddaughters, Katherine E.and Sarah M.Pryor of Orland Park, sister, Norma J. Hays of Cumberland, Ohio; and a brother, Ralph E.Miller of Caldwell, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph E.Miller, and by his sister, Joan Thomas.

Don grew up in the area of Caldwell, Ohio, and graduated from Caldwell High School in 1958.He attended Kent State University with the intention of majoring in physical education and playing football, but graduated in 1962 with a degree in mathematics.Kent State is also where he met his wife, Gail.He taught math and chemistry at Mogadore High School, Mogadore, Ohio, where he was also the wrestling coach.In 1965 he brought his family to South Bend on a National Science Foundation Grant to continue his study of mathematics at the University of Notre Dame. Don joined the Saint College Mathematics Department in the fall of 1967, where he taught until his death.During his time at Saint he published many books, including Gambling and and scholarly articles in the field of mathematics and statistics.He was a member of many professional organizations including the Mathematical Association of America, where he won the Distinguished Service Award for the Indiana Section in 2004, Pi Mu Epsilon, the Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, the Great Lakes Section of SIAM, The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Indiana Mathematics Educators, The American Statistical Association, The Mathematical Competition in Modeling, and The Actuarial Faculty Forum. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at the college, he was marshal at commencements for over 20 years, served as Mathematics Department Head, Chair of the SMC Faculty Assembly, and was assistant softball coach. Don also started an Advanced Placement Institute at St. College that he directed for many years.For his distinguished service with the college, in 1992 he received the Spes Unica Award, the highest award a faculty member can receive at Saint College.

Don was an avid gardener and was also an active volunteer in his church and taught in the summer Upward Bound Program at the University of Notre was chief of a YMCA Indian Guide coached several youth athletic teams, including ICCL softball, football and wrestling, YMCA basketball and soccer, MSA soccer, as well as softball at East Side and Harris Township Park. Don served as president of the Saint High School Board, from where all of his four children graduated. Each Christmas season, Don made time in his schedule to several community organizations to play Santa. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 a.m.Thursday, April 17, in Little Flower Catholic Church, 54191 N. Ironwood, South Bend, with Rev.Neil Ryan officiating.

Friends may visit with the family from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. today in the church, where a prayer service wll be held at 7 p.m., and one hour prior to services on Thursday.Burial will be at Saint Joseph Valley Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Donald E.Miller Memorial fund at Saint College, Saint College, Donor Relations Office, 110 LeMans Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Welsheimer Family Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at RRoobbeerrtt RRiiggggss April 28, 1924 April 7, 2008 MISHAWAKA Robert R.

Riggs, 83, passed away on Monday, April 7, in Saint Joseph RMC, South Bend.Surviving are his daughter, Elaine Battles of David Riggs of sister, Betty Jo (Morris) Tilley of a half brother Charles (Meribeth) Durr of Brooksville, FL.Visitation is on Friday, April 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 Hahn Funeral Home, 505 W.8th Street.A private family graveside service will be held in Kokomo.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the American Heart Stroke Association Memorial Tributes Lockbox. CCuussttooddiioo SSaanncchheezz Feb. 20, 1951 April 15, 2008 ELKHART Custodio Sanchez, 57, died Tuesday in Elkhart General Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Deora; sisters, Margarita Sanchez of California and Maria Sanchez of Miguel and Jorge, both of Washington, and Antonio of Elkhart.Services will be at 2 in St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, where friends may call one hour before services.Elkhart Cremation Services is handling arrangements.

RRuutthh SScchhaalllliiooll Sept. 15, 1909 April 11, 2008 MISHAWAKA Ruth L. Schalliol, 98, of Mishawaka, passed away of natural causes on April 11, 2008, in the Fountainview Place Nursing Home.Ruth was born September 15, 1909.She is survived by her sons, Daniel Schalliol of Michigan and David Schalliol of Mishawaka, Indiana. Ruth is also survived by her daughter, Sarabeth Carr of Grand Rapids, Michigan.A time of calling will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19, in Chapel Hill Funeral Home, Osceola.A graveside service will be conducted on the grounds of Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens at 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 19th. GGeerrttrruuddee SShhaattttuucckk May 25, 1911 April 15, 2008 CASSOPOLIS Gertrude Shattuck, 96, of Cassopolis, died on Tuesday, April 15, 2008, in the Cass County Medical Care Facility. She was born Gertrude Milhon on May 25, 1911, to Henry and Susan (Lutes) Milhon in Cass County, Michigan. Gertrude attended Geneva grade school and graduated from Cassopolis High School in 1929.She received a teaching certificate from County Normal in 1933 and taught briefly at a one-room school in Cass County from 1934 to 1935. On July 28, 1935, she married Donald Shattuck in Dowagiac, Michigan.Mr.and Mrs.Shattuck were involved in sulky horses and managed the MarCon Farms in Rochester, NY, for over 30 years.

Mrs.Shattuck was preceded in death by her parents, husband, brothers, John (Esther) Milhon and Rex (Grace) Milhon, a sister, Jessie Milhon, and nephews, John E.Milhon and Tom Milhon. She is survived by nieces, Lois (Tom) Radtke of Cassopolis and Ruth (Jim) Borough of Lansing. Private graveside services were held at Riverside Cemetery.McLauchlin-Clark Funeral Home is serving the family. Please sign her guestbook and leave a memory of Gertrude at www.mclauchlin- EEllssaa SSmmiitthh Sept. 12, 1921 Dec.

29, 2007 OSCEOLA A memorial service for Elsa Smith, 86, formerly of Osceola, who died on December 29, 2007, in Bloomington, will be held at 3:00 p.m.on Saturday, April 19th, in the United Methodist Church in Osceola. DDeenniissee SSoollaannoo March 5, 1973 April 13, 2008 MONTEREY Denise Kathleen Solano, 35, died at 5:55 p.m.Sunday in her home. Survivors include her mother, Katherine Krueger of Michigan Wayne, John, Tomas and Timothy Solano, all of brother, Brian (Anna) Krueger of Michigan Karen Krueger, Cheryl (Douglas) Kring and Michelle (Mark) Day, all of Michigan City, and Annette (John) Kroening of Davenport, IA.Services will be at 10 a.m.Friday in St.Mary’s Catholic Church.Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m.Thursday and from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.Friday in the Funeral Chapel. BBeerrnniiccee VVaannccee March 10, 1922 April 11, 2008 HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, AR Bernice Rose Vance, 86, formerly of South Bend, passed away on Friday in Hot Springs. Surviving are husband, daughter, Paula Fleming of Westerville, Michael of South Bend and Dennis of Beverly Herman of Stevensville and Joyce Maynard of Bud Tyler of St.Joseph and Jack Tyler of Benton Harbor.

Visitation is on Friday from 2 to 4 p.m., with a memorial service at 4 the Hahn Funeral Home, 505 W.8th Street, Mishawaka.In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of choice. TTeerrrreennccee WWaaddee July 18, 1952 April 11, 2008 ELKHART Terrence Wade, 55, died at 1:03 p.m.Friday in Elkhart General Hospital. Survivors include his Ernestine Barham of Elkhart; daughters, Tonya Dunbar and Teresa Palmo, both of New York; sons, Terry Washington of New York and Aaron Lobley of Elkhart; sisters, Erma (Willie) Gates, Anna B.Wade, Ernestine Wade and Emma J.Wade, all of brothers, Carl Wade and Timothy Patrick of Elkhart, and Odis Hurt of Milan, TN.Services will be at 1 p.m.Thursday in Hartzler- Gutermuth-Inman Funeral Home, where friends may call one hour before services. EEaarrllee WWaallttzz May 16, 1931 April 14, 2008 GOSHEN Earle Waltz 76, died at 10:10 a.m. Monday in his home.Survivors include his wife, Bonita daughters, Stacey L.Waltz and Darcy Jo (Jerome) Wilson, both of Albion, MI, and Desiree D.

Daniels of son, Gard L.Waltz of a sister, Mary Hale, Ligonier.Services will be at 10 a.m.Friday in Liberty Community Church. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m.Thursday in the Yoder-Culp Funeral Home. DDoorriiss WWiillssoonn Sept. 6, 1915 April 14, 2008 CASSOPOLIS Doris B. (Steele) Wilson, 92, died Monday in the Cass County Medical Care Facility.Survivors include sisters, Gladys Weatherspoon and Ruth (Steele) a brother, David Steele.Services will be at 3 p.m.Saturday in Connelly Funeral Home, where friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m.Friday.

Memorials may be made to the Cass County Council on Aging or to the Cass County Medical Care Facility, Cassopolis. BBuurrddeettttee WWyyssoonngg Nov. 22, 1925 April 12, 2008 GOSHEN Burdette Wysong, 82, died at 3:40 PM on Saturday, April 12, in Columbus, IN.Survivors include his wife, Elva daughters, Diane and Steve Fisher of Goshen, Jolene and Willie Coates of South Bend; five grandchildren and seven a sister, Delores Eaton of Goshen.Funeral services will be at 10 in Clinton Frame Mennonite Church, Goshen.Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury, is handling arrangements. SSaannddrraa YYeeaakkeeyy May 12, 1960 March 12, 2008 SOUTH BEND Sandra 47, of Jewell Ridge, VA, died Wednesday, March 12, in Bristol Tennessee Hospital following a lengthy illness. Sandy was born in South Bend to Earl D.Yeakey Jr.and Phyllis Yeakey.

She grew up in the Mishawaka area and attended Penn High School. Surviving Sandy are two daughter, Crystal Yeakey of Mishawaka, and a son, Scott Yeakey of Jewell Ridge, grandchildren, Makayla Nickles and Tyler Nickles, both of Mishawaka; and her companion, Steve Goodin of Jewell Ridge.Also surviving are her mother, Phyllis Yeakey of Mishawaka; two sisters, Donna (Ron) Cleveland of South Bend and Janet (Kenneth Reeves) Yeakey of brother, Don (Lori) Yeakey of nieces and great-nieces and nephews. Sandy was preceded in death by her father, Earl D. Yeakey and a nephew, Jason M.Krych. Funeral services were held in the Hurst-Scott Funeral Chapel, Richlands, VA, on Monday, March 17, at 11 a.m.

Burial was at the Gilbert Family Cemetery, Stinson Ridge, VA.Rev.Johnny Smith officiated. I sing because happy, I sing because free, Now Go rest high on that mountain girl, your work on earth is done We love you and miss you. FROM PAGE E3 OBITUARIES CYANMAGENTAYELLOWBLACK EDITION 50R E4 South Bend Tribune MIROP Wednesday, April 16, 2008 PRING OOFING PECIALS 259-3544 Since 1906 54201710 Schedule NOW and SAVE SHERRIFF-GOSLIN ROOFING Call the oldest roofing company for a free estimate! PLYMOUTH Two taken to hospital after U.S. 31 accident Two people were treated for injuries after a two-vehicle accident at U.S.31 and 4A Road at 7:28 a.m.Monday. Marshall County police reported Tuesday afternoon that Phyllis Argos, and her taken to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth.

A hospital spokesman said Tuesday afternoon the child was treated and released.No information was available on condition. The driver of the second medical treatment at the said. Officers said the Robinson vehicle was traveling west on 4A the southbound lanes of U.S.31 when, Robinson told did not see the oncoming Sickman vehicle. Police said Robinson failed to yield the right of way to her vehicle to strike the side of the Sickman car. School district sets kindergarten roundup Plymouth Community School Corp.will host its annual kindergarten roundup Thursday at its elementary schools.

Parents who have children 5 years old on or before Aug.1 are eligible to attend one of two sessions at the schools that day.The first is at 1:30 p.m.,the second at 6 p.m.Each session lasts about an hour. Parents should have an original copy of the birth records and the Social Security number with them.The schools will make copies of the originals for their files. Interpreters also will be available for Spanish-speaking kindergartners and their parents. Parents will meet with administrators and fill out registration forms while their children meet with kindergarten teachers for screening. Anyone not sure which school child will attend should contact the administration office at (574) 936-3115 and ask for the transportation department.

Eight to be for day across district Several community leaders will participate in the seventh annual Principal for a Day event Friday at Plymouth schools. Participating this year are Jennifer Elementary Senter, Riverside Intermediate School; Brad High High Toutner, Washington Elementary School; Nancy Elementary Junior High Dave Intermediate School. The annual event offers the opportunities for government and civic leaders to principals from 8 noon to better learn about the Plymouth Community School Corp. The completion of their morning with the gather for lunch to discuss their experiences. City building permits up from 2007 figures Keith city building commissioner, told the Plymouth Common Council on Monday that his department has issued 35 permits in the first quarter.That’s nine more than were issued during the first quarter last said.

The permits primarily were for electrical upgrades (12, compared with the same number in 2007) and interior renovations with one in 2007). new single-family dwelling accessory building and two additions permits were included in the was one for a commercial expansion, for a said. Estimated cost of construction represented by the 35 permits was with $1,017,704 for the same period last year. SOUTH BEND ND emergency system test set for Friday ND campus comprehensive emergency notification be tested Friday afternoon. It is the last test of the system for this academic year.

A test in March verified that the system rapidly delivered messages to multiple phones and e-mail accounts.The test Friday is to ensure that success can be consistently university announced. The mass notification system will distribute messages to and employee home and office cell phone voice and text e-mail accounts and any additional personal email accounts previously provid- ed.For more Weed and Seed group to unveil billboards The South Bend Weed and Seed Alliance and Community Policing Committee will honor the winners of the fifth annual billboard contest at 6:30 p.m. today at Washington High School. The winning billboard designs were created by Krista Matthys, Holy Family Intermediate High Lanex- cia Intermediate the grand prize design was done by Kayla Frenger from Washington High School.

The winners will receive scholarships and plaques for their efforts.Their designs will be displayed on billboards throughout the Weed and Seed area. MISHAWAKA Retirement prompts police promotion Eugene Trippel has been promoted from police corporal to police sergeant. His promotion was effective Tuesday and fills the vacancy created by Mike retirement. Briefs STAFF REPORTS LAKELAND HEALTHCARE NILES STOCKWELL Denise and Eugene Stockwell, Dowagiac, daughter, April 7. BELAKOVICH Nicole Osban and Jeremy Belakovich, Niles, son, April 12.

SILVA Karianne and Ronny Silva, Sawyer, son, April 11. SHAFFER Kara Alten and Joshua Shaffer, Niles, son, April 10. SINGH Annie Ruth Mutuku and Gurjinder Singh, Niles, daughter, April 9. BOWMAN Paige Borsa and Mark Bowman Edwardsburg, daughter, April 13. WOODLAWN HOSPITAL ROCHESTER CUMMINS Heather and Scott Cummins, Kewanna, son, April 13.

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