Benjamin Lee Steele Sr. age, 81

first_imgBenjamin Lee Steele Sr., 81, of Laurel, Indiana, passed away Sunday, September 25, 2016 at Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio where he had been a patient for the past week.He was born April 10, 1935 in Bentonville, Indiana, one of nine children of George Green and Phema Parsons Steele. A veteran of the U. S. Navy, where he served from May 19, 1952 until May 18, 1960, Benjamin was stationed on the USS Yosemite AD-19.On May 9, 1956, he was married in Laurel to Bertha Helen Watts, of Fall River, Massachusetts. Mrs. Steele survives.For many years, he co-owned Steele Brothers Construction and later B & J Stone Mason Construction, retiring in 2005.He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene, of Laurel. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and was a fan of football, NASCAR and boxing.Survivors besides his wife of 60 years, Bertha Steele, include three children, Benjamin Lee (Sharon) Steele Jr., of Villa Hills, KY, Denise Lee (Randy) Bare, of Laurel, IN and Jason Lee Steele and companion, Ashley Houchin, of Brookville, IN; eight grandchildren, Benjamin L. Steele III, Kristen M. (Asa) Adams, Kendall J. Bare, Lacey (Josh) Minniti, Matthew Wilson, Brandy (Cory) Earnest, Ryan (Jamie) Wilson, Ashton Wilson; six great- grandchildren, Braylin Minniti, Reagan Minniti, Blayne Mullins, Parker Wilson, Ryder Minniti and Sophia Houchin; a brother, Lawrence (Ethel) Steele, of Brookville, IN; two sisters-in-law, Anna Steele, of Metamora, IN and Lucille Steele, of Laurel; a number of nieces, nephews and cousins.Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by five brothers, Joe Sparks, David Steele, Charles Steele, Everett Steele and Franklin Steele; two sisters, Venis Steele Feeback and Mary Steele Pence.Funeral services will be held at 3 PM, Thursday, September 29, 2016 at the Laurel Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Everett Quinton officiating. Burial with military honors by Bernard Hurst Post #77, American Legion, Brookville will be in Laurel North Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 11 AM until 3 PM on Thursday. Miller, Moster, Robbins Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements and friends may also visit anytime at read more

Dynatech Headers delivers awards to top IMCA Modified, Sprint Car drivers

first_imgBOONVILLE, Ind. – More than $1,200 worth of Dynatech Headers product certificates will be awarded to IMCA Modified and IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car drivers following the conclusion of the 2018 point season.The Boonville, Ind., exhaust systems and related components manufacturer again gives a $500 product certificate to the national Modified champion. The runner-up receives $350, with $250 for third and $100 for seventhThe national Sprint Car champion gets a $350 product certificate.Dynatech begins its 14th season as an IMCA sponsor and all awards will be presented during the IMCA national banquet in November.“Dynatech is looking forward to partnering with IMCA for the 14th consecutive year to bring awards to deserving racers,” said AFCO Performance Group Marketing Director Kerri Hart. “It is a longstanding tradition to be involved with IMCA and we are excited to award racers with product certificates toward Dynatech products.”Information about the complete Dynatech product line is available at the by calling 800 848-5850, at the website and on Facebook.“We’ve tried to tailor the Sprint Car champion award to the racer who wins it, therefore the product certificate in 2018 was the way to go,” explained IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Dynatech always has the racer in mind and wants to create a stress-free redemption experience.”last_img read more

MLAX : DOWN TO THE WIRE: SU escapes Baltimore with win over Hoyas on Keogh’s overtime game-winner

first_imgBALTIMORE Syracuse paraded through the tunnel of M&T Bank Stadium. A wave of giddy Orange players marched off the field unable to keep the smiles off their faces. Cries of ‘Go Syracuse!’ and ‘Yeah boys!’ echoed off the walls.Though the team had just escaped with an overtime win over No. 20 Georgetown a team it should have dominated the players rejoiced. Stephen Keogh had just netted the game-winning goal 2:41 into the extra frame to send the Orange back home with a win.‘We kept digging,’ Keogh said. ‘They kept coming back in the game. But we’re happy with the win.’Digging just might be the best word to describe No. 1 Syracuse’s 9-8 overtime win against the Hoyas in the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. The Orange (4-0, 1-0 Big East) struggled to solve Georgetown’s newly implemented zone defense, ultimately needing an extra session to prevail. And SU’s offensive patience in the second half allowed the Orange to squeak by a determined Hoya bunch, courtesy of Keogh’s game winner.Facing the No. 1 team in the nation, Georgetown’s coaching staff stressed the importance of not fearing Syracuse. Although they failed to hold a lead, the Hoyas battled back from every SU goal.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘We asked these guys to come here with a specific approach, and that was to play to win — not to avoid losing,’ Georgetown head coach Dave Urick said. ‘… I was awfully proud of what they did. They did exactly what we asked them to do.’Early on, that meant testing a zone defense completely uncharacteristic of the GU program. Goaltender Jack Davis said the scheme was implemented for the first time after the team’s last game against Harvard. But despite a short turnaround that left little time to practice it, the zone frustrated the Orange.As a result, many of Syracuse’s goals came on dazzling individual efforts or a single quick pass rather than the ability to break down the zone with precision passing.Jovan Miller put SU on the board less than two minutes into the game with an unassisted shot from the left side of the goal. The Orange’s second goal came off a loose ball scooped up by midfielder Jeremy Thompson, who found JoJo Marasco cutting across the right side of the goal for a successful shot.‘I think our defense really stepped up,’ Georgetown defender Dan Hostetler said. ‘We put in the zone two days ago, and I think the guys played it excellently.’But as the game wore on, Syracuse began to understand how to beat the zone. Longer possessions resulted in SU dominating major stretches of the second and third quarter. In those two periods, the Hoyas only tallied 10 total shots after putting that many up in the first quarter alone.Still, though, the Orange was unable to pull away. It held a two-goal lead four times over the course of Saturday’s game. But each time, Georgetown found a way to creep back. A big reason for that was sophomore attack Davey Emala, who netted five goals.‘I don’t think many people know his name,’ SU goaltender John Galloway said. ‘But they’re going to after this game.’And a defensive midfielder made his name known to at least Syracuse late in the contest. Gerry Reilly scored the game-tying goal with five seconds remaining in regulation to send the contest to overtime.Reilly scooped up a loose ball with 13 seconds left in his own defensive box and sprinted the length of the field towards Galloway. He ripped a shot from 12 yards out on the right side that found the upper left corner of the goal and left Syracuse stunned.The team that never led and had just a .500 record coming into the game hung around long enough to eventually force overtime.‘He doesn’t score a lot of goals,’ Urick said. ‘But he sure as hell scored a big one today.’Ultimately, though, Syracuse’s patience won out. Despite all of the momentum being on Georgetown’s side following a four-goal fourth quarter, SU didn’t hang its head.Syracuse won the opening faceoff and quickly moved the ball into the offensive box. And it never left. Syracuse worked the ball around just looking for that perfect opportunity.Finally, it came. Jovan Miller received a pass left of the goal, drawing a double team from the Hoyas. He quickly dropped a pass to Keogh, who ripped a low shot that bounced through Davis’ legs to end the game.A subpar performance though it was, the patience by his team left Desko happy to survive with a win.‘Fortunately we were patient at the end with our zone offense, and it paid off,’ Desko said. ‘But I’m not going to take anything away from Georgetown. I think they played maybe their best game of the year today.’[email protected] Comments Published on March 11, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @Michael_Cohen13center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

On the Beat podcast: LSU review

first_img Published on September 28, 2015 at 4:54 pm Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img This is the seventh episode of the “On The Beat” podcast, where Daily Orange beat writers discuss relevant topics in Syracuse football and men’s basketball.You can read all The Daily Orange’s coverage of Syracuse-LSU here.If you have thoughts on the LSU game or the season, leave us a comment beneath the podcast. Thanks for listening.last_img

Access to main venue won’t be a problem–Phisgoc

first_imgPhilippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers MOST READ Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? LATEST STORIES World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games01:08SEA Games 2019: PH’s Kristina Knott zooms to 200m dash gold in record-setting run01:09SEA Games: PH’s Kristina Knott zooms to 200m dash gold in record-setting run02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Coaches, officials and spectators are expected to number thrice as much when the Games are held from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.Infrastructure developer MTD Philippines’ project director Rear Adm. Miguel Rodriguez said the construction of the facilities is “53 percent complete.”That includes the 20,000-seater Athletics Stadium and the 2,000-seater Aquatics Center, as well as the Athletes Village, River Park and bikeways and jogging paths.ADVERTISEMENT The agency in charge of building the main hub of competition for the Southeast Asian Games in New Clark City later this year assured on Tuesday that ample access to the venue would be available for the influx of athletes, officials and spectators.Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) deputy director general Arrey Perez said that among the measures they are taking is the construction of a 12-kilometer access road from Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) straight to New Clark City.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title “By the first week of October, we will have a six-lane access road from the nearest link in SCTEx,” said Perez, also the mayor of the Athletes Village and head of security service.The colorful opening and closing ceremonies, highlights of regional multievents, will be held at the new facility.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsFree bus rides from the neighboring towns of Bamban and Capas in Tarlac, and Angeles in Pampanga will also be provided.Organizers are expecting more than 10,000 athletes to see action in the Games, most of them will be in New Clark City, which will stage 20 events, including main attractions track and field and swimming. Subplots galore in NBA All-Star Game Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history View commentslast_img read more