Mrs. Nancy Lavon (Miller) Jones, age 73, of Aurora, Indiana, formerly of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on June 3, 1947 in Madison, Indiana. She was raised in Vevay, Indiana where she attended school. Nancy was united in marriage on September 5, 1966 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. This happy union was blessed with seven children. Nancy and Clifford shared nearly 51 years of marriage together. Nancy was employed for Randall’s Textron in Vevay, Indiana and delivered the Cincinnati Enquirer Newspaper for several years. Nancy enjoyed spending time with her family. Nancy passed away at 2:16 p.m., Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at the Shady Nook Care Center in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Nancy will be missed by her daughters, Connie Hussung of Aurora, IN, Angel Jones of Aurora, IN, Lisa Goff and her husband, Charles of Osage, OK, Terry Hickey and her husband, Lonnie of Sunman, IN, Rita Jones and her fiancé, Clarence Bilby of Dayton, OH; her son, Brian Allen Jones and his fiancée, Tonya Scott of Castleton, IN; her grandchildren, Gracelynn Earl and her husband, Gregory, Caitlyn Hite and her fiancé, John, Matthew Jones, Curtis Couch, Troy Keeton and Jonathan Jones; her step-granddaughter, Lisa Rybolt and her husband, Jeff; her step-great-grandchildren, Benjamin Rybolt and his companion, Sydney and Libby Rybolt; her step-great-great-granddaughter, Blaise Rybolt; her brother-in-law, Leonidas “Bud” Woodruff of Aurora, IN and her several nieces, nephews and cousins.She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert A. and Dorothy May (Bennett) Miller; her husband, Clifford Eugene Jones; her son, David Lane Jones; her granddaughter, Brianna Nicole “B” “Bree” Hite; her sister, Lavada U. Woodruff; her nephews, Jamie Craig and Tony Ray Woodruff; her aunts and uncles and her son-in-law, David F. Hussung.Due to COVID-19 and in keeping with the CDC guidelines, masks are required along with social distancing. Friends may call 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Due to COVID-19 and in keeping with the CDC guidelines, masks are required along with social distancing. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at 1:00 p.m., by Rev. Mike Jones at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to Mrs. Nancy Lavon (Miller) Jones Memorial Fund c/o Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
The team also held a ceremony at Saint Thomas Sports Park after minicamp on Wednesday, which George was in attendance for, according to the Tennessean .Eddie! Eddie! Eddie! #Salute27The #Titans will retire Eddie George’s No. 27. pic.twitter.com/eZyYyYHc7U— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) June 12, 2019The #Titans will retire Steve McNair’s No. 9. #Retire9 pic.twitter.com/4KZF83AmzM— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) June 12, 2019“Steve and Eddie will be forever linked as two of the driving forces for our team in the late 90’s and early 2000’s,” Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk said in a release. Related News “They were the heart and soul of the team and each made the other a better player and ultimately led to a great deal of team success. Their statistics will forever live in our record books, but their play and sacrifice is what our fans will always remember. For that and all that they have done for our team, the number 9 and 27 will be retired with the all-time franchise greats.”McNair and George join Jim Norton, Elvin Bethea, Earl Campbell, Mike Munchak, Bruce Matthews and Warren Moon in having their numbers retired by the franchise. Jadeveon Clowney still not close on a deal with Texans Bears waive Chris Blewitt, leaving number of kickers at 2 Steve McNair and Eddie George defined an era in Tennessee as teammates from 1996-2003, and now the duo will go down in the team’s history.The Titans on Wednesday announced they will retire their respective No. 9 and No. 27 jerseys in a ceremony during the team’s Sept. 15 home opener against the Colts. McNair was selected by the then-Houston Oilers with the third overall pick of the 1995 draft and amassed the most wins of any quarterback in the team’s history over his 11-year career. He also had a brief stint with the Ravens before retiring in 2008. The All-Pro and three-time Pro Bowl selection was shot to death in Nashville in July 2009 at the age of 36.George, 45, was the 14th overall pick out of Ohio State the following year after winning the Heisman Trophy and went on to become the franchise’s all-time leader in career rushing yards. The All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowl selection is also the only running back in NFL history to have 300 or more carries for eight straight seasons. George retired in 2004 after spending the final season of his career with the Cowboys.
A 35-year-old man was on Wednesday arraigned for murder when he appeared at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court before Magistrate Zamina Seepaul-Ally.Rawle Munroe, of Lot 40 Two Friends, Anns Grove, East Coast Demerara (ECD), was not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that on May 26, Independence Day, he murdered 23-year-old Edward Bevaney at Beterverwagting,Murdered: Edward BevaneyECD.The accused was remanded to prison and was expected to return to court on June 26.It was previously reported that Munroe and Bevaney of Ogle Street, Triumph, ECD, worked together in the interior several years ago, but became enemies over a soured business deal.The two reportedly crossed each other’s path on May 26 when Munroe visited a shop in Beterverwagting about 08:00h.An altercation ensued which led to both men being stabbed. However, Bevaney succumbed to his injuries.Munroe was later arrested and charged.