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Dingmann Funeral Home and Cremation Services
109 East 7th Street
Adrian , MN 56110
(507) 483-2761
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Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas — Ian Kinsler had a three-run triple and Adrian Beltre hit a two-run homer in a seven-run sixth inning, lifting the Texas Rangers to a 9-3 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday. Colby Lewis (6-5) gave up three hits and walked one while striking out 10 in seven innings to win his second straight decision. The Rangers won for the fifth time in six games after limping into June and losing six of 10 on a road trip. Kinsler had two hits a...

Rangers rally but come up short, 11-7 to Rockies - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre, right, jumps after missing the tag as Colorado Rockies' Jonathan Herrera safely steals third base during the first inning of an interleague baseball game on Saturday, June 23, 2012, in Arlington, Texas. Tim Sharp — AP Photo ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers don't lose much these days. When they do, the games can get downright ugly. Colby Lewis had his worst and shortest start o...

Maurice Jones-Drew and Jacksonville Jaguars at odds over contract - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
That contract was a pretty big deal when Jones-Drew signed it, but times have changed quickly. Minnesota's Adrian Peterson got a seven-year deal worth $100 million before last season and other running backs, like Tennessee's Chris Johnson and Philadelphia's LeSean McCoy, also have since received contracts that dwarf that of Jones-Drew. Poor guy. All he wants is a little respect -- and a whole lot more money. ALSO: Chad Ochocinco signs with Miami Dolphins Ex-players consolidate concussion lawsuits against NFL Young Giants fan sends Brandon Jacobs money to stay in New York ...

Harrison gets 10th win, Rangers beat Rockies 4-2 - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Texas LHP Derek Holland threw a 48-pitch bullpen session and the team said he could progress to a rehab assignment soon. He has been out nearly three weeks because of shoulder fatigue. ... Rangers 3B Adrian Beltre has one less error and Tigers 2B Chris Nelson has another double. There was a scoring change from Saturday, when Beltre was initially charged with an error after he obviously lost sight of Nelson's hard liner that went into left field. ... Nelson (swollen ankle) didn't play Sunday.

Does the Bronx matter? - The Riverdale Press

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Clyde Williams.  The Times editorial page said the district included “parts of the South Bronx.”  Then, the New York Post’s endorsement of state Sen. Adriano Espaillat on Sunday mislabeled the district he is running in as District 15 and said it covered upper Manhattan, with no mention of the northern borough.  Congressional District 13 includes the Northwest Bronx neighborhoods of Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Van Cortlandt Village, Norwood Bedford Park and University Heights. It also includes Marble Hill, (technically Manhattan) which also was not mentioned by The New York Times. Knowledge of the mainland has varied among candidates for the seat.  We ran into Mr. Espaillat  — who already represents n...

Bert Weedon, Guitar Teacher to a Generation, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, John Lennon and Paul McCartney — died on Friday at his home in Beaconsfield, in the English county of Buckinghamshire. He was 91. A friend, John Adrian, confirmed the death to the news service Agence France-Presse. Mr. Weedon was famous in Britain as a soloist, studio musician and television personality. He was originally trained as a classical guitarist, and over time he accompanied a spate of marquee names, including the operatic tenor Beniamino Gigli and visiting American artists... (New York Times)

Alex Cassie, Who Aided ‘Great Escape’ From Nazis, Dies at 95

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Lieutenant Cassie, an amateur artist since childhood and a psychologist after his military service, died at a nursing home in Surrey, England, on April 5, his son, Adrian, said. He was 95. His decision to stay behind on that fateful day troubled him for the rest of his life. For while the breakout is hailed as one of Britain’s momentous acts of heroic resolve in World War II, it did not end as hoped. Of the 76 escapees, 73 were soon recaptured, and 50 of those were executed on orders from Hitler. “All five of my hut mates had been shot,” Mr. Cassie told the British newspaper The Sun in 2001. “Often I’ve asked myself, ‘Why didn’t I go?’ I can’t shake off the vague feeling of guilt, that why should I have been the lucky one?” For anyone else aware of his deeds, he was a hero. While other prisoners were digging three tunnels (code-named Tom, Dick and Harry) under the six compounds at the camp, shoring them up with boards from their bunks, Lieutenant Cassie and his fellow forgers were at work in tiny rooms. “One of Dean and Dawson’s occupational hazards was that they had to sit by a window so they could get enough light for their finicking work,” Paul Brickhill, a prisoner at the camp, wrote in his 1950 book, “The Great Escape,” which became the basis of the movie. Fellow prisoners standing outside would signal if a guard approached. A guard “nearly caught them a couple of times,” the book continues, “but they were just able to cover the work before he reached the window.” To produce their forgeries, Mr. Cassie told The Sun, “we got the best of the paper from the flyleaves of books w... (New York Times)

Robert E. Hirschfield went to work at his family's Bay City scrap business in 1946 - MLive.com

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Source is one of the largest family-owned scrap companies in North America. It employs about 1,500 people in 35 locations in seven states and Canada. Among those locations are scrap yards in Jackson, Adrian and Jonesville, and management facilities in the greater Detroit area. The family is not related to the Rifkin family that owns Rifkin Scrap Iron and Metal Co. in Saginaw. Irving Rifkin's son, Leonard Rifkin, serves as the company's chairman and chief executive officer, and his three grandsons, Rick, Marty and Danny, also help run the company, with Danny Rifkin serving as president and chief operating officer. OmniSource has annual sales that exceed $1 billion from material volumes of 6 million tons of ferrous scrap and 500 million pounds of nonferrous metals and secondary aluminum, said Arnold F. Williams, who now serves as general manager of the Bay City scrap yard. Ferrous scrap includes metals like iron and steel, and nonferrous scrap includes metals like copper, aluminum and brass. "H. Hirschfield Sons has provided a consistent market and outstanding service to the Bay City area customers for over 100 years, " Williams wrote in a letter to the scrap yard's customers. "As part of the OmniSource network, our new Bay City organization will pledge to maintain the same high standards of service and customer focus that you have received from H. Hirschfield in the past." He went on to say that the new company plans to review every clients' scrap program with an eye on creating added value through efficiency. Hirschfield's countless list of customers - located primarily in the Tri-Cities and within a 100-mile radius - includes General Motors, Delphi, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning and Tower Automotive. Ben A. Eisbart, executive vice president of administration for OmniSource said the acquisition fits nicely into his company's expansion plans for Michigan. "It's a scrap-rich area and an area where there is heavy industry, which uses metal in processing of their end product, " Eisbart said. "Plus, it's just a beautiful little community." Eisbart said none of Hirschfield's 45 employees will be replaced. "Our philosophy is that if there are good people in place, leave them in place, " he said. "In our growth strategy, there is opportunity up there, and our goal is to add people to an already good work force." Eisbart said the name of the scrap yard now is OmniSource-Bay City. The Hirschfield name will eventually be phased out. Hirschfield and Rosenberg also plan to stay on at the company as consultants during a period of transition they say will last about one year. After that, both men plan to retire and stay in the area. "I don't have any separation thoughts, " said Hirschfield ...

Cathy Jo Wright - Adrian Daily Telegram

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Cathy Jo Wright, age 54, of Hudson passed away on Tuesday, March 13, 2012, at her home.Born on Jan. 28, 1958, in Adrian, to Curtis and Ruby J. (Killingsworth) Childers, Jr. She married Gary P. Wright on Nov. 25, 1985, in Fort Wayne, Ind., and he survives.Cathy lived her early life in Adrian, before moving to the Hudson area 25 years ago. She graduated from Adrian High School. She was formerly employed at the Town and Country Store in Hudson and then at Main Street Florist in Hudson.  Surviving besides her hu...

Lives intersect on deadly stretch of Fla. highway - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Sunday services. Jose Carmo Jr. and his family had moved to Kennesaw, Ga., from Brazil more than a decade ago. He installed hardwood floors to make a living for his wife Adrianna and their young daughters, Leticia and Lidiane, even starting his own small company. They worshipped at a church led by Alonso Olivera, who eventually closed it for personal reasons. The led Carmo — known as Junior to his friends — to open his own. "His heart was to preach," Olivera said of his friend. "He worked more to help people than to make money." Jose, 43; Arianna, 39; and 17-year-old Leticia died in a van that crashed in the northbound lanes. The pastor's 38-year-old brother, Edson, was at the wheel of the van. He also died, along with his 41-year-old girlfriend, Roselia DeSilva. Barbara Almeida, Adrianna Carmo's close friend and neighbor, had met the family soon after she arrived in suburban Atlanta in 2003. "I wasn't a Christian. I wasn't a believer," Almeida said. "My husband and I became Christians because of the testament they gave. They lived a real Christian life. They were a true example for everyone." Edson was much more garrulous than his reserved and reflective brother, Olivera said. "When he arrived in a room, everyone knew he was there," Olivera said of Edson. "He was very social. He walked ar...




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