Delores Mae Tandy

first_imgDelores Mae Tandy, 86, passed away on February 13, 2019 at 3:05 am at Shady Nook Nursing Home in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.She was born March 26, 1932 in Wrights Corner, IN, only child of the late Ervin Fillenwarth and Nora (Kaiser) Fillenwarth. She was raised on a farm in Wrights Corner, attended the Wrights Corner Grade School and was a 1950 graduate of Aurora High School. She married her high school sweetheart, Jack Donald Tandy on November 8, 1952 and this union was blessed with three daughters, Cindy, Terry and Kathy. Jack and Delores shared over 66 loving years of marriage until her death.After high school Delores worked at Stegerwald Electrical Company as an office manager, then she was the Aurora School Corporation secretary until 1954 when she and Jack entered into business opening Tandy’s Fashion Bar, a ladies clothing store. They continued to grow opening a store in Dillsboro and Brookville, and eventually combining into one store selling men’s, women’s and children’s merchandise. They opened Tandy’s Apparel on August 22, 1969. Delores taught Sunday School at St. John Lutheran Church Bellaire, attended the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Greendale, was a former member of Tri Kappa and was a Girl Scout Leader for all three girls. She enjoyed being involved with all of the kids activities with school. Delores liked to quilt and shop. She was an animal lover, especially dogs, and cats. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family, and she will be greatly missed.Delores is survived by her loving husband Jack Donald Tandy, Aurora, IN., three daughters, Cindy (John) Raab of Waynesville, OH., Terry (Brian) Strautman of Liberty Township, OH., and Kathy Tandy (Jim Schneider) of Lawrenceburg, IN.; grandchildren, Stephanie (Daniel) Moreno, Chicago, IL., Kristin (Zachary) Richmond, Monroe, OH., Matthew Strautman, Chicago, IL., Candice (Ryan) Harrison, Morrow, OH., Andrew Strautman, Chicago, IL., and Nick Strautman, Cincinnati, OH.; great-grandchildren, Kaleo, Reece and Mikhail Richmond and Paige and Emily Harrison.She was preceded in death by her parents.Friends will be received Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Emanuel Lutheran Church, 570 Sheldon Street, Greendale, Indiana.Services will be held at 2:00 pm at the church with Pastor Barry Riehle officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Emanuel Lutheran Church, Stray Animal Adoption Program (SAAP) or the Masonic Lodge #51 Parking Lot.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.comlast_img read more

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Fear drives eager United boss Moyes

first_img Press Association The major positive for Moyes is that the players now under his charge have been responsive to the way he has gone about his work. “Sometimes when there is a change – and I heard some of the players saying it – you have to impress the new manager,” he said. “I have got to say I have been incredibly impressed about how the players have gone about their work. “There’s not been a day when I’ve had people ‘throwing out’ [slacking off]. If anything, they’re enjoying it and they’re asking for more.” Already though, Moyes has shown a willingness to let his squad know if he feels more is required. An intense person by nature, the Scot insists he is not quite as bad as he once was. But a forthright lecture in Bangkok was a sign of his own standards. “I’m going to drive,” he said. “And I’m going to demand the best out of players. I’m going to demand that they give me more, or as much as I can get from them.” “There has to be an element of fear that comes with managing a club like Manchester United,” he said. “It keeps you working, it keeps you focused and helps you try not to take your eye off the ball. “Someone said, ‘You’ll do it easy’. I’m not saying who it was but I don’t take that as a given, because I know it’s going to be really hard at Manchester United. “But in the same breath it is a great one (job) because of what I have available and what Sir Alex has left.” Moyes has repeatedly underlined his intention to ask Ferguson for advice. But he is also acutely aware he must step out of that vast shadow and stamp his own imprint on United if he is to make a success of the job. “It has to be a new era,” he said. “My job now is to make my history. “I’m going to follow someone who has made incredible history. I think about Matt Busby’s history and then Alex Ferguson’s history – they could do a film about it. “I have to make sure now that my history and my time is something which the fans and people in the future talk about.” That Moyes was handpicked to take over at Manchester United by Sir Alex Ferguson does not reduce the enormity of the task. And, speaking to newspapers on the club’s five-match pre-season tour, Moyes, while expressing excitement at what lies ahead, also accepts the reality. David Moyes has admitted there is a fear factor that comes from being asked to replace the most successful football manager in British history.last_img read more

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