Charles Andrew Pennington Sr., 78, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday, July 6, 2019 in Aurora, Indiana.He was born February 11, 1941 in Bluefield, WV, son of the late Charles Oakey Pennington and Patricia Alma Odelia (Larimore) Pennington.Charles worked as an Independent Truck Driver. He was a former member of the Aurora Lions Club.Charles enjoyed fishing, and cutting wood. In his younger years, he enjoyed hunting. Charles also liked working jigsaw puzzles, and sewing, and he recently passed time coloring adult coloring books. He was an Elvis fan, enjoyed karaoke and he had a large die cast car collection. Charles loved Disney World, and wished he could live there. He was part owner of Joyce’s Country Kitchen. He loved to cook, his specialty’s were gravy and cakes. Charles also enjoyed doing stone work with his son in law. Mostly, he loved his family, especially his grandkids.Charles is survived by his children, Elva Joyce “Jodie” (Richard) Kast of Osgood, IN, Charles A. Pennington Jr. of Aurora, IN, Angelina Dawn (Steve) Welz of Aurora, IN., Kelly S. (Valerie) Pennington of Chesapeake City, MD and daughter in law, Jodie Osborn Pennington; grandchildren, Charlie Kast, Dustin Kast, Andrew H. Pennington, Ashley Welz (fiancé, Seth McFarland), Amanda Welz, Alex Welz, Skylar Pennington, Phoenix Pennington, Kayden Pennington, Max Pennington; great grandchildren, Braydyn, Havanna, River, Kellin and Kailyn.He was preceded in death by his parents, and his loving wife of 42 years, Elva Joyce Pennington.Friends will be received Thursday, July 11, 2019, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the funeral home Friday at 11:00 am with Rev. Richard Kast officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to defray Funeral Expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Fred Kajoba (left) is handed a T-Shirt by Vipers SC Boss Dr Mulindwa. PHOTO @VipersSCKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Former International goalkeeper Fred Kajoba has been handed the top job at Vipers Sports Club.He takes over from Edward Golola who was sacked early in the week after a string of poor results despite the team being top of the league table.Kajoba,50, started work this morning by meeting the players at St Mary’s Stadium and training ahead of Tuesday’s StarTimes Uganda Premier League match against Mbarara City FC.He will be joined by Ibrahim Mugisha as goalkeeping coach, working alongside Edward Ssali aka Baiano as trainer.In a statement, the club said “Vipers Sports Club can confirm Fred Kajoba has been appointed first-team coach. Management believes that in Kajoba we have a manager with significant experience at the highest level of football, which can come in and immediately help deliver our objectives.” Kajoba said: “I am excited to be joining one of the biggest clubs in the country and it is where it should be at the moment. And am sure we can still go on and win this season’s title.”*****SOURCE: VipersSC MediaShare on: WhatsApp
Dickerson led the team in scoring, touchdowns, rushing and passing yards. He became the first individual in the I-AA division to throw for more than 5,000 yards (5,572) and rush for more than 3,000 yards (3,765). Dinkins still holds six MSU single game records, four season records, five career records and led the team to a 27-13 record over his four years and won All-American honors from two different organizations.”Dinkins, a U.S. postal mail carrier, played with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL for two seasons and with the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe.He last played for the Erie Storm in the AIFL. Aided by Dinkins’s return, the Storm rebounded to an 8-6 season in 2010, before losing to the Harrisburg Stampede in the playoffs. Dinkins retired at the end of the season.He is married to Montia Robinson Dinkins and father of Breya, Zianne and Zaire. Pittsburgh native and former Schenley star David Dinkins was one of four former Morehead State University athletes to be honored at a special ceremony Oct. 15-16 during the school’s Hall of Fame events. In addition, the school retired his jersey (No. 8).Dinkins attended MSU from 1998-2000, was the first NCAA player “to rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 1,000 yards in the same season, a feat he accomplished three times,” according to Drew Dickerson, director of athletic media relations for the university.
Image Courtesy: AFP/HTAdvertisement 2vt84vkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vst4Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ec( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 31Would you ever consider trying this?😱3wvdhfCan your students do this? 🌚s3Roller skating! Powered by Firework Back in 1999, a new record was set in Indian cricket. The iconic bowler Anil Kumble, revered to be one of the best bowlers ever to grace the game, entered the history books against Pakistan in a Test series in February. A fter England’s Jim Laker, the legend became the second cricketer ever to secure all 10 wickets in a match. 21 years later, the Indian cricketing fandom has seen it again, this time in a domestic under 19 match. Say hello to Kashvee Gautam, the teenage Chandigarh bowler who has wiped out the opposition all by herself!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFP/HTIn the Paytm Women’s Under-19 One Day Trophy match versus Arunachal Pradesh, Kashvee Gautam showed her prowess by picking up the whole opposition batting lineup, that too in just 4.5 overs, including a hat trick. The 16 year old put out an unbelievable figure of 4.5-1-12-10, all while captaining Chandigarh at the KSRM College Ground, Kadapa.The official Twitter handle of BCCI Women uploaded a video of Kashvee’s amazing spell, a compilation of all ten of her wickets. The clip was captioned along with her statistics from the match. Enjoy it here-Advertisement Six of Kashvee’s wickets were in form of LBW, and the remaining four were clean bowled. Other than the stellar bowling figures, the youngster returned an appreciable performance with the bat, scoring 49 runs, including four boundaries. Defending a total of 186, Chandigarh won the match by 161 runs, as Arunachal were bundled out by just 27 runs.Following the match, the starlet expressed her feelings for such an amazing performance. “It is like a dream come true for me. Moreover I didn’t have to take any help for the fielders for any of my dismissals,” Kashvee said in the post match interview.A die hard fan of the Team India superstar Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kashvee’s dream is to earn a call up for the Indian Women international squad. “It feels amazing. I aspire to play for Indian women’s team one day,” she concluded.Kashvee has been in tremendous form in the tournament. Previously securing 7 wickets against Jammu and Kashmir, she is already leading as the highest wicket taker in the tournament, with a stunning 18 wickets from three matches. With a continuous performance like this, its not doubt that Kashvee will grab the attention of the Women in Blue’s selectors in no time.Also read-See which Indian cricketing legends Harsha Bhogle just compared Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma with! Advertisement