Harold Wendel

first_imgHarold Wendel, of Klemme’s Corner, was born on January 14, 1937 in Klemme’s Corner, the son of George and Blanche Beesley Wendel. He married Doris Hofer on June 5, 1956 in Harrison, Ohio. Together they raised 2 children and farmed in Klemme’s Corner until she passed away. On July 3, 2004 in Yorkville, Harold wed Marjorie Hornbach Miller, and she survives. He was passionate about farming and loved being his own boss. You might have called him a self-taught engineer – there was always something to create, solve, or repair. Harold also liked to read, travel, play cards, and eat out, especially when he could enjoy a good steak. On Wednesday, July 12, 2017, at the age of 80, Harold passed away at the Waters of Batesville.Those surviving who will cherish Harold’s memory include his wife, Marjorie Wendel; children, Connie (John) Flaspohler of St. Mary’s, son, Steve (Linda) Wendel of Brookville; grandchildren, Bryan (Rachel) Wendel, Emily (Brandon) Prifogle, and Lauren (Adam) Boesken; 5 great grandchildren; step-children, Marilyn (Greg) Laudick of Yorkville, Barbara Pierson of Yorkville, Janet (Dale) Freese of Batesville, Geraldine (Mike) White, Patrick Miller, Michael (Sherry) Miller, and Mary Beth (Brian) Ballard, all of Yorkville; 18 step-grandchildren; 8 step-great grandchildren, and one sister, Bonnie (Jim) Turner of West Harrison. Besides his parents and first wife, Doris, he was preceded in death by a son, Donald Wendel, and 3 step-children, Carol Hester, Terry Miller and Teresa Miller. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, July 14, 2017 from 4 until 8 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Dr. Harold Shackelford will officiate the service on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be directed to Hospice of Margaret Mary-Batesville, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, or a Food Pantry of choice. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Harold Wendel.last_img read more

Syracuse loses in straight sets at North Carolina State

first_img Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ On Oct. 21, Syracuse senior middle blocker Amber Witherspoon was benched halfway through the match against North Carolina State. SU head coach Leonid Yelin was critical of the way she reacted to his remarks and chose to send her a message.  “We didn’t see this energy. We didn’t see this fire,” Yelin recalled saying to Witherspoon. “We didn’t see when we were talking to you, you responding.” Today, The usually dominant Syracuse (17-8, 13-4 Atlantic Coast) block was nullified by NC State (15-12, 9-8) in a 25-23, 25-20, 25-20 straight set loss. The Wolfpack tallied a .264 hit percentage and a total of 55 kills in only three sets. In the first set, the Orange middle blockers stopped only one NC State attack. The Wolfpack duo of freshman Jade Parchment and senior Teni Sopitan consistently evaded Witherspoon and senior Christina Oyawale. On set point, ahead 24-23, Sopitan fired a hit past Witherspoon’s right arm and over the clenched hands of senior Jalissa Trotter, handing the first set to NC State. On the very first point of the second set, senior Santita Ebangwese rejected a hit from sophomore Melissa Evans into the floor. She unleashed a scream as her teammates patted her on the back. Yet, that wasn’t a theme for what was to come. NC State spiked 15 kills and held the Orange to a .065 hit percentage. On the final point of the set, Trotter once again couldn’t deflect an NC State hit.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs the third set came to its inevitable finale, Yelin didn’t appear angry. He sat on the bench with his left hand rested on the bottom of his chin. When Parchment crushed the final hit past Ebangwese, he gathered his notes, shook hands with NC State head coach Linda Hampton-Keith and paced towards the locker room. With only one match remaining on Saturday against Wake Forest, Syracuse is ranked No. 27. Since 2010, only two teams ranked better than No. 40 in RPI have missed the NCAA tournament. center_img Published on November 21, 2018 at 4:28 pm Contact Adam: adhillma@syr.edu | @_adamhillmanlast_img read more