Jean Hyde Frable will be remembered for putting heart into all she did and for her commitment to helping others. Born September 1, 1929, in Louisville, KY, she died peacefully with family at her side in Lawrenceburg, IN on July 9, 2016.She spent her early years helping her parents, Brigadiers Gordon Alexander Hyde and Thelma Louise Hyde, ordained ministers in the Salvation Army. Whether it was singing in church, helping feed others, or visiting those in need, she said her parents modeled the values to which she aspired.A valedictorian and first female class president of her high school (1947) in Gaffney, SC, her commencement address “A Look Toward the Future” was the beginning of her journey of service. Jean graduated from the University of Akron in 1952 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education and became a licensed registered nurse. While working at Akron General Hospital, she met her husband Dr. Frank L. Frable Jr. and married on June 27, 1953. Soon after in 1954, the first of seven children was born. With a move to Milan, IN in 1955 to follow Frank’s practice, she focused on caring for the growing family.After moving to Aurora, IN in 1959, Jean became involved with local activities and she and Frank became members of the Aurora First United Methodist Church and later the Greendale Baptist Church. She was active in the church. Jean loved sewing, knitting, gardening, and baking; especially over the holidays. She was a hospice and adult literacy volunteer, and a talented vocalist and musician. Jean gave her heart to raising her children and supported them in so many ways in music, academics, scouts, and sports.A lifelong learner, she returned to school completing a nursing refresher program through several hospitals in the Cincinnati area. She also completed a second bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies at the College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, OH. Her longer-term vision was to become a pastor and follow in her father’s and mother’s footsteps. She began that journey at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, where she was known for her skill in Greek and Hebrew. After earning her Master of Divinity degree, she became active in delivering services at many churches in the area and providing bereavement counseling. After further study at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, she was ordained and became the first woman pastor at Richwood Presbyterian Church in Richwood, KY, during 1998. Her passion for pastoral work and helping others had come full circle. As she balanced her role as pastor, she kept her love for horseback riding and her dog “Bear.” She would commit her life to the church and honorably retire in 2008.From 2008 through 2011 she stayed active in community activities with her husband and attended regular services at the First Presbyterian Church of Aurora. She continued her love for singing in the choir. Her desire to help others never ceased. During 2012, she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Jean lived her final years at Legacy, RidgeWood Health community in Lawrenceburg, IN. Jean and Frank celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary on June 27, 2016.Surviving her are her husband Frank, her seven children Pam Frable and husband Warren Nagumo, Gordon Frable, Rachel Frable Dieterle and husband Paul, Glenn Frable and wife Connie, Guy Frable and wife Patti Szabo, Garth Frable and wife Teresa McMahon, Amy Frable Jones and friend Doug Jones; seven grandchildren Alex Dieterle, Andrew Dieterle, Michael Dieterle, William Jones, Anne Jones, Jason Hall, and Tracy Russell; and five great grandchildren. She is also survived by her six nieces Debbie Caskey (Jay), Cindy Hammond, Tammy Hicklin, Marie McNamara (Brian), Debbie Frable (John), and Geraldine Frable. She was preceded in death by her parents, and sister Lois (Hyde) Hicklin.Visitation at First Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth Street, Aurora, IN, Tuesday, July 12, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Funeral service at First Presbyterian Church of Aurora Wednesday, 11:00 a.m., followed by a short reception from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. at the church. A private burial for the family will be at Riverview Cemetery.The family also welcomes any stories and memories you have to share about Jean.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Salvation Army, Alzheimer’s Association, and Our Hospice of South Central Indiana. If unable to attend, please call the office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Press Association Willie Mullins singled out JLT Novices’ Chase hopeful Vautour for special praise after a post-racing workout at Leopardstown. Vautour was one of a trio of Cheltenham Festival-bound runners to strut their stuff for Mullins, with Betfred Gold Cup hopeful Djakadam and Un De Sceaux, who is viewed by many as a banker in the Racing Post Arkle Trophy, also in action. Mullins said: “They worked over more or less a mile and a half and jumped a few fences. I was very pleased with them and they put in a good round of jumping. Vautour was very good.” Meanwhile, Shark Hanlon admits Hidden Cyclone’s Cheltenham engagement is likely to be dictated by the ground after he too worked following the meeting. The 10-year-old bounced back to winning form with a comfortable success in the Tied Cottage Chase at Punchestown last time and retains entries in the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Ryanair Chase. Hidden Cyclone finished second to Dynaste in the two-mile-five-furlong Ryanair last term but having won over two miles last time, soft ground would tempt Hanlon to take the shorter option of the Queen Mother. He said: “We won’t make a decision yet on him. If it’s soft ground it’ll be more than likely the Queen Mother, but if it’s good I’m thinking strongly about the Ryanair. “Patrick (Mullins) rode him to have someone different on him. I did the same thing last year and he ran well.”
NEW YORK: World number eight Belinda Bencic has withdrawn from this year’s US Open, joining a growing list of players who have decided to skip the tournament amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Bencic on Saturday announced her decision on Twitter where she also said she would skip the Western & Southern Open which is being held in New York this year instead of Cincinnati as a lead-up to the Aug. 31-Sept. 13 US Open. “I have made the difficult decision to skip the US swing in New York and will return to the tour starting in Rome next month,” she said. “I am looking forward to returning to New York next year and wish everyone competing there in the coming weeks the best of luck.” The Swiss, who reached the semi-finals of the US Open last year, is the latest top-10 player on the women’s side to skip the major, joining Australian Ash Barty (one), Canadian Bianca Andreescu (six) Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina (five) and Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens (seven). Her decision means three of last year’s semi-finalists have withdrawn, with Serena Williams the only one of the four set to take part at Flushing Meadows. Agencies ALSO WATCH: BREAKFAST NEWS | 17 AUG, 2020
New Delhi : Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic, who recently defeated Roger Federer to win Wimbledon 2019, is not just a Yoga enthusiast but also a believer of Hinduism. Although it doesn’t matter what faith his choose to follow, but a viral picture of Djokovic playing with his son is making the rounds on social media. The picture he shared in August 2018 shows a portrait of Lord Krishna on the wall in the background and Twitterati were quick to notice the player’s love for Hindu religion, mostly followed in India and Nepal.Not just that, Djokovic is a strict vegan and meditation is part of his daily routine. In an interview given to vice.com following his Wimbledon 2019 win, Djokovic credited yoga and meditation for his success in tennis.Kids’ Day continues! 😂🦖🦖 pic.twitter.com/gHJ4lQjac0— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) August 25, 2018″I do (meditation and yoga) out of a need to have an optimal state of mind and peace and calm, and at the same time happiness and joy. It was not an easy period for me in the last seven to eight months. The results were not there in the big tournaments. But more than results, it was that lack of balance on the court emotionally,” he told VICE’s Jamie Millar.Speaking about vegan diet, Djokovic said that it has helped him become not just a better tennis player but a healthier sportsperson as well. “I think that’s (vegan diet) helped me not only to be a better tennis player throughout my career in the last seven years, but also a healthier person, an athlete that recovers faster,” he added. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Fresh off its decisive victories in West Lafayette, Ind., at the Big Ten Quad Duals, the University of Wisconsin women?s swimming team is heading to Columbus, Ohio, to compete in the Big Ten Championships. The team, with an overall 8-1 record, heads into this meet ranked 20th in the nation and unbeaten in any Big Ten dual so far this season.?We?re really looked forward to the meet,? coach Eric Hansen said during a Monday press conference.The Badgers are coming off decisive victories at the beginning of the month at the Quad Duals, defeating Purdue 233-136 and crushing Illinois 272-75. Freshman swimmer Maggie Meyer received Big Ten Swimmer of the Week honors for her work that weekend, setting season-best times for Wisconsin swimmers in her winning 100- and 200-yard backstroke races. Moreover, she aided three winning relays: the 200-yard freestyle, 400-yard freestyle and 200-yard medley. Senior Jackie Vavrek earned an NCAA ?B? time and almost broke a Big Ten record for her victory in the 50-yard freestyle race. Also, junior Christine Zwiegers and senior Katie Imhoff-Smith took first and second, respectively, in the 100-yard butterfly. With such success, it?s easy to see why the Badgers are excited for the coming events in Columbus.?We have one of the best groups of girls we?ve ever had,? Hansen said. ?We?re looking forward to having a good showing.?The Big Ten Championships, held Thursday, Friday and Saturday, are the last calendar event for the women?s team in February. Hansen is taking a squad of 28 with him to Columbus, consisting of 24 swimmers and four divers. This meet will determine whether the Badgers can remain undefeated in Big Ten meets and whether the Big Ten Championship will be theirs.Hansen was confident the Big Tens would favor the Badgers.?On the swimming side, I would say so, but it?s a combined score,? Hansen said. ?It?s swimming and diving. We?re hoping to increase our production over the next couple of years.?Badger diving has suffered a little recently, being shut out at the Northwestern Triangular late in the fall, failing to secure victories in either the one- or three-meter events at Hawaii, and most recently, getting shut out in platform diving at the Quad Duals.Although the competition this week will be for the Big Ten title, Hansen said that the team?s main focus will be to gear up for the NCAA Championships taking place at the same facility in Columbus. ?Our primary focus will be the NCAA Championships in a month,? Hansen said.Despite looking ahead, the competition in Columbus for the Big Ten will not be easy. Wisconsin will be facing higher ranked teams in Minnesota (No. 9), Michigan (No. 11), Penn State (No. 13) and Indiana (No. 19). When asked for swimmers he thought stepped up this season, implying who would need to step up at the Big Ten Championships, Hansen named Vavrek, Meyer, Zwiegers and one other.?We have Gabby Maddalena, one of our best distance swimmers,? Hansen said.Maddalena is fresh off of her best time of the season in the 1,000-yard freestyle race, taking second at the Quad Duals. She shaved off four whole seconds from her previous best in that meet. ?I think that we?re really looking forward to the meet. We have one of the best groups of girls we?ve ever had. We have a great mix of really talented freshmen, but we also have some very seasoned veterans in our upper class, so we?re looking forward to a great showing,? Hansen said.
Josh Gasser and the Wisconsin Badgers are facing Ohio State for the second time this season. They were victorious in the first meeting Feb. 12, giving the Buckeyes their first loss in a 71-67 win.[/media-credit]Another month, another date with No. 1 Ohio State.The No. 12 Wisconsin Badgers (23-6, 13-4) will travel to Columbus, Ohio, Sunday afternoon, and in doing so they will face the Buckeyes (28-2, 15-2) for the third time this year. The first took place on the gridiron last October, and the second came Feb. 12 at the Kohl Center. Both resulted in wins for the Badgers, and both gave the Buckeyes their first loss in each season.Following a two-week absence from the nation’s top spot after falling to Wisconsin, Ohio State is again the No. 1 team. The Buckeyes rebounded three days later with a victory over Michigan State but fell on the road to Purdue at always-tough Mackey Arena. Since then, Ohio State has won three in a row.Meanwhile, Wisconsin has won four in a row. Yet, questions persist regarding the Badgers’ ability to play on the road, as they are just 6-6 away from the Kohl Center. So while a four-game winning streak entering the final game of the regular season would seem to be a cause for celebration – or at the very least, some praise – UW is instead focusing on solidifying its grasp on the momentum.“This is the time of year where you want to be playing your best basketball,” forward Jon Leuer said. “I feel like we’ve done a pretty good job of that. We’ve put together some wins here, and now we’re just trying to keep stringing them together, keep improving every day so that for the stretch run – it’s March now – so for the stretch run, we just want to be playing our best basketball.”In regards to improvement, neither team figures to change much from the first time they met. After all, Ohio State held a 15-point lead with 13:21 remaining in the second half – until point guard Jordan Taylor and Wisconsin erased it in less than four minutes. Taylor finished with 27 points on 8-of-13 shooting, seven assists and four rebounds. He sparked the 15-0 run that brought UW back with eight straight points, leaving head coach Bo Ryan without much of an explanation after the game – a very rare feat.“I’d like to be able to explain that, but it’s hard, even for me, and I see him every day,” Ryan said after the game. “Just good decision after good decision – not because the ball went in the net when he pulled up on some of the shots, but he read whether or not he was open, whether or not there was separation on the ones that he scored. On the ones that he assisted to others, some really good decisions to drive along the baseline.”Taylor continued – and perhaps extended – his brilliance with 39 points against Indiana Thursday night. His 4.1 assist-turnover ratio leads the nation, and as a result, Wisconsin does as well with a 1.79 mark.The Badgers have long been one of the nation’s most efficient teams – 1.19 points per possession is tied for the national lead – but with their struggles on the road has come some offensive consistency. That notion might seem ridiculous after Wisconsin’s – and Taylor’s – explosion against Indiana, but the Hoosiers sit in 10th place in the Big Ten and allow the ninth-most points per game.“The biggest thing on the road is just we’ve been a little bit stagnant offensively,” Leuer said. “I don’t think we’ve been cutting as hard, pushing the ball as much as we have been at home. I think that just makes us settle for a lot of jumpers. But when we’re cutting hard and moving the ball, our shooting percentage tends to go up.”Typically, struggles on the road prod critics to point out a lack of focus. But the Badgers insist that isn’t the case.“Maybe a little bit, but I never really got that feeling with this team,” forward Keaton Nankivil said. “I think this is the most focused team I’ve been on.”Taylor’s dominance Thursday night masked some of the Badgers’ offensive struggles, but for much of February, their offense has revolved around jump shots and forced possessions through Taylor. Leuer, UW’s leading scorer with 19.3 points per game, has made just 4-of-24 three-pointers since Feb. 6 against Michigan State.Thus, freeing up the offense likely will continue to be a principal priority when the Badgers invade Columbus for round three with the Buckeyes.“The more hard cutting we can get and fighting through contact, getting the ball in the post and just getting high percentage shots, that frees up our offense so much more,” Leuer said.
StumbleUpon Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 Submit Share GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Related Articles After a commendable 46 year shift at the company, Ladbrokes bids farewell to one of its most loyal servants as Roger Tull departs the company. After joining the company straight from school at just 16, Roger was an immediate success at Ladbrokes and he went onto lead the sports department for a number of years.More recently, Roger lead the motorsports department and traded a variety of sports at Ladbrokes, in one of the more infamous moments of his 46-year tenure, Roger laid a famous bet on a 19-year-old Lewis Hamilton being a future Grand Prix winner and a World champion, the bet was eventually worth £100,000. Roger also spent time as the head bookmaker at the crucible, during that period, he was innovative and invented the now popular frame betting in snooker. Roger then when onto become the sports controller at Ladbrokes, a role he held when golf product leader, Brad Barry audaciously suggested that Ladbrokes offer 1/4 odds 1-2-3-4-5 for a golf tournament. It was a move that raised many eyebrows within the industry and was the lead story on the back page of a Racing Post that was hung on the wall of former trading director Mike O’Kane. Rogers commitment to the industry and to Ladbrokes was second to none, he once worked a staggering 32-hour shift during the Australian Open, in order to make sure that Ladbrokes had the best product available to their customers. Share FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020
New Asante Kotoko striker, George Abege, says he is well aware of the expectations that fans and followers of the team have of him ahead of the coming season and he is ready to perform well for the club.The Ugandan forward joined Kotoko on Saturday from Kenyan side, Kariobangi Sharks, on a three-year deal and he has been registered for Kotoko’s upcoming CAF Champions League campaign.Abege says he knows what the fans want and he has what it takes to make the team’s fans happy.“It is a big challenge and as always, as a player, you dream of taking big steps and I think this is one of these steps in my career. I think it comes with a huge challenge and it is up to me to meet the expectations of the fans and I know they are expecting a lot from my side.On my part, I believe in my ability, my hard work and my determination. I think I am in the right hands becasue with good cooperation from my team mates and the technical bench, we will be able to achieve our targets and make the fans happy.”Kotoko is said to have spotted Abege during last season’s CAF Confederation Cup campaign that saw them face Kariobangi Sharks in the preliminary rounds and they were struck by the player’s quality.Abege thanked the team for their belief in his capabilities and the decision to bring him to Ghana.“I want to thank Kotoko for the opportunity and for trusting in me. I chose to come here because of the foundation, philosophy, fan base and facilities of the team. I was impressed by those things and it was not a hard decision when they approached me.”
Mats Wilander surrendered to the determine of Novak Djokovic after the Serbian surpassed Dominic Thiem within the Australian Open remaining to get his eighth title in Melbourne and thus add his 17th Grand Slam title, remaining 2 of 19 of Rafa Nadal and three of the file of 20 he holds Roger Federer.Wilander, winner of seven Grand Slam within the 80s (Three Australian Open, Three Roland Garros and a US Open) and three Davis Cups, and present commentator for Eurosport, commented in his gallery within the newspaper L’Équipe that the Serbian will enhance his account of nice titles. “I’d be stunned if I didn’t win no less than two different Grand Slam this 12 months. In truth, I don’t see somebody who can forestall me from profitable no less than 4 Grand Slam, or extra … I think he can win 25 Grand Slam titles till the tip of his profession. “ The Swede additionally applauded the ways utilized by Djokovic to beat Thiem within the remaining and the way the Serbian knew the best way to make the perfect use of his physique. “Novak has the unbelievable skill to play his finest tennis when crucial. Tactically, the lifeless time he requested within the third set with 4-1 allowed him to face up a bit. There was a time and it was not an excuse, however a purpose to not play lengthy factors and end discovering the great rhythm. We’ve seen it quite a bit. When he goes round, his rival is at all times stunned and Novak can impose his sport once more. So, with 3-Three within the fourth, Djokovic received twelve of the final 15 factors of the set. As if he had taken off and Dominic couldn’t observe him, catch him, within the final 45 minutes of the match due to the vitality he spent all through his earlier video games. “Wilander additionally applauded Djokovic’s fidelity in every sport and the depth in his sport. “He is aware of the best way to tire his opponent with out ever enjoying his finest tennis continuously. Novak by no means panics, even when he’s drained or annoyed. It’s wonderful how every sport performs as if it had been a remaining, whatever the rival. “
IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold PLAY LIST 06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold07:09Sanchez’s wife takes hot seat in Senate probe00:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission TANDUAY 93 – Martinez 16, Tambeling 15, Eguilos 13, Alvarez 11, Taganas 10, Varilla 9, Palma 6, Gaco 5, Sollano 4, Villamor 4, Santos 0, Sanga 0, Vigil 0.WANGS BASKETBALL 81 – Juico 24, Herndon 16, De Chavez 11, Gabriel 9, Bitoon 7, Ambulodto 5, Habelito 4, Montemayor 2, Arambulo 2, Sorela 1, Riley 0, King 0.Quarters: 27-16, 46-38, 66-57, 93-81.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade Paul Varilla. PBA IMAGESTanduay barged into the 2017 PBA D-League Foundation Cup quarterfinals as it downed Wangs Basketball, 93-81, Tuesday at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.Paul Varilla came up big in the end game as he scored five of his nine points in the last three minutes to hold off a furious rally from the Couriers and propel the Rhum Masters to the playoffs with their 6-2 slate.ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano View comments Salado the hero as Arellano repulses JRU in OT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Tanduay lost hold of its 15-point lead, 62-47, with 3:56 left in the third quarter and allowed Wangs to crawl back, 82-77, with a freebie from Chris De Chavez with 3:03 to play.But Varilla put his foot down to quash the uprising for the Rhum Masters, with Lester Alvarez draining the insurance free throws in the clutch.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’James Martinez came off the bench and fired 16 points to lead Tanduay, while Von Tambeling knocked down 15 markers, six rebounds, two assists, and three steals.Jaymo Eguilos chipped in 13 points and five boards, while Alvarez got 11 markers, eight assists, and four rebounds in the conquest. LATEST STORIES Despite the win, coach Lawrence Chongson said that he’s looking at these next few games as a chance for him to sharpen his camp in preparation for the quarterfinals.“We have to stay sharp. Our focus must be there, especially on our transition defense and we’re really putting emphasis on the team’s collective focus,” he said, as the Rhum Masters stretched their winning streak to three. “We need to win very single game. We got sustain the momentum. I’ve been here long enough and we know how it works.”Wangs got knocked down a few pegs and dropped to sixth place with a 5-4 card after its two-game winning run snapped.Michael Juico scattered a game-high 24 points, eight rebounds, and four assists, while Robbie Herndon fired 16 markers and grabbed seven boards in the defeat.The Scores:ADVERTISEMENT IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ