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Cason Funeral and Cremation Services

209 East Dampier Street
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-2931
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CHAS E Davis Funeral Home and Crematory

3075 South Florida Avenue
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-8323
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3075 S. Florida Ave.
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-8323
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Citrus Memorial Hospital

502 West Highland Blvd
Inverness, FL 34452
(352) 726-1551
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East Dampier St Funeral Home

209 East Dampier Street
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-2931
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Heart of Midlothian 0-1 Ross County - BBC Sport

Monday, March 06, 2017

County climbThe win will no doubt give County a huge lift as they strive to pull away from any relegation battle. Although they remain ninth, the Staggies are now five points clear of bottom club Inverness and three clear of Motherwell, who occupy the relegation play-off spot.Cathro will be well aware of the discontent amongst the supporters. But more importantly, owner Ann Budge will not have enjoyed her evening in the Tynecastle directors' box, with fans were quick to voice their disapproval of recent displays. It's now just three wins in 15 matches for the Dundonian since he replaced Robbie Neilson in early December.Ross County manager Jim McIntyre: "The boys were fantastic, we worked our socks off to a man. I spoke before the game about the importance of scoring first - something we've not done for a number of weeks - and we should have had a stonewall penalty in the first half."It's as blatant a penalty as you'll see, and how the linesman, who is 10 yards away didn't see that, I can't understand for the life of me. Luckily for them it didn't come back to haunt us."Alex Schalk is a real threat - he was away home to Holland yesterday for his granddad's funeral, so it says so much for him that he's here and fighting for the cause, and it was great to see him get his goal."Hearts head coach Ian Cathro: "Everyone knows we're in a difficult spot, and when you concede the goal, of course all those feelings come flooding back to you. We stayed fighting, we had chances, and it's important to show our appreciation that the fans are sticking with us, and in these situations that's the most important thing."There's no doubt about the team's fight and determination - those were rightly questioned a week ago. That was probably us hitting rock bottom (losing 3-1 to Hibernian). Tonight, those issues weren't there. Of course, it remains an unacceptable result. But I think the fans recognise that the team is pushing, and that we need to feel that support together. It's the only way we find the solutions."I'm confident that we'll win the next game. The focus is not about me in this moment. This has been a bad run of unacceptable results - i'm not too arrogant to focus on myself. I focus on my responsibility to lead us to find a solution for this situation."Line-upsMatch Statsli class="tab-selector__tab-item" d...

Shirley A. DeWulf - Quad City Times

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Crystal; Karen Cunningham, Eldridge, and her son, Andrew(Jon Allen); Jill DeWulf, Eldridge, and her daughters, Dr. Vanessa Meyer and Maria (Jeremy) Olsen; and Richard (Suzanne) DeWulf, Inverness, Illinois, and their children, Matthew and Maya DeWulf; great-grandchildren, Isabelle and Grace Kremer, Carver Johnson, and Ellie and Robbie Olsen; and a sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy (Robert) Beert, Eldridge.In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Lori; a son-in-law, Ernie Meyer; her parents; sisters and brothers-in-law, Betty and Donald Lynch and Mary and Cecil Weaver; and a brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Marlene Lage. May they rest in peace.Online remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting Shirley’s obituary at hmdfuneralhome.com.

Rangers manager among mourners at funeral of fan killed in bus crash - BT.com

Monday, November 07, 2016

Sanquhar on Thursday where mourners wore Rangers scarves and formed a guard of honour outside the the town's St Bride's Church.Further tributes were paid at the Rangers v Inverness Caledonian Thistle game the following day when a minute's silence was held in his memory and fans displayed a RIP Ryan Baird banner.A total of 37 people, including the driver, were on board the bus when the crash happened at around 1.15pm on October 1 at the Crossroads roundabout near to Bowhouse Prison and 18 people were taken to hospital, three of whom were seriously injured.Following the crash, both Celtic and Rangers issued statements passing on their condolences to Mr Baird's family and senior officials at the Ibrox club later met members of the supporters club and players visited crash victims in hospital.Singer Rod Stewart, a Celtic fan, was among those who donated to a fund set up to help Mr Baird's family, saying: "At sad times like this we are one big football loving family."A Rangers spokesman said on Saturday: "The management and staff have being doing their best to support all of those involved in this accident."It's the least we can do and we are more than happy if it helps in any way at this tragic time."...

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Heart of Midlothian 0-1 Ross County - BBC Sport

Monday, March 06, 2017

County climbThe win will no doubt give County a huge lift as they strive to pull away from any relegation battle. Although they remain ninth, the Staggies are now five points clear of bottom club Inverness and three clear of Motherwell, who occupy the relegation play-off spot.Cathro will be well aware of the discontent amongst the supporters. But more importantly, owner Ann Budge will not have enjoyed her evening in the Tynecastle directors' box, with fans were quick to voice their disapproval of recent displays. It's now just three wins in 15 matches for the Dundonian since he replaced Robbie Neilson in early December.Ross County manager Jim McIntyre: "The boys were fantastic, we worked our socks off to a man. I spoke before the game about the importance of scoring first - something we've not done for a number of weeks - and we should have had a stonewall penalty in the first half."It's as blatant a penalty as you'll see, and how the linesman, who is 10 yards away didn't see that, I can't understand for the life of me. Luckily for them it didn't come back to haunt us."Alex Schalk is a real threat - he was away home to Holland yesterday for his granddad's funeral, so it says so much for him that he's here and fighting for the cause, and it was great to see him get his goal."Hearts head coach Ian Cathro: "Everyone knows we're in a difficult spot, and when you concede the goal, of course all those feelings come flooding back to you. We stayed fighting, we had chances, and it's important to show our appreciation that the fans are sticking with us, and in these situations that's the most important thing."There's no doubt about the team's fight and determination - those were rightly questioned a week ago. That was probably us hitting rock bottom (losing 3-1 to Hibernian). Tonight, those issues weren't there. Of course, it remains an unacceptable result. But I think the fans recognise that the team is pushing, and that we need to feel that support together. It's the only way we find the solutions."I'm confident that we'll win the next game. The focus is not about me in this moment. This has been a bad run of unacceptable results - i'm not too arrogant to focus on myself. I focus on my responsibility to lead us to find a solution for this situation."Line-upsMatch Statsli class="tab-selector__tab-item" d...

Shirley A. DeWulf - Quad City Times

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Crystal; Karen Cunningham, Eldridge, and her son, Andrew(Jon Allen); Jill DeWulf, Eldridge, and her daughters, Dr. Vanessa Meyer and Maria (Jeremy) Olsen; and Richard (Suzanne) DeWulf, Inverness, Illinois, and their children, Matthew and Maya DeWulf; great-grandchildren, Isabelle and Grace Kremer, Carver Johnson, and Ellie and Robbie Olsen; and a sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy (Robert) Beert, Eldridge.In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Lori; a son-in-law, Ernie Meyer; her parents; sisters and brothers-in-law, Betty and Donald Lynch and Mary and Cecil Weaver; and a brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Marlene Lage. May they rest in peace.Online remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting Shirley’s obituary at hmdfuneralhome.com.

Rangers manager among mourners at funeral of fan killed in bus crash - BT.com

Monday, November 07, 2016

Sanquhar on Thursday where mourners wore Rangers scarves and formed a guard of honour outside the the town's St Bride's Church.Further tributes were paid at the Rangers v Inverness Caledonian Thistle game the following day when a minute's silence was held in his memory and fans displayed a RIP Ryan Baird banner.A total of 37 people, including the driver, were on board the bus when the crash happened at around 1.15pm on October 1 at the Crossroads roundabout near to Bowhouse Prison and 18 people were taken to hospital, three of whom were seriously injured.Following the crash, both Celtic and Rangers issued statements passing on their condolences to Mr Baird's family and senior officials at the Ibrox club later met members of the supporters club and players visited crash victims in hospital.Singer Rod Stewart, a Celtic fan, was among those who donated to a fund set up to help Mr Baird's family, saying: "At sad times like this we are one big football loving family."A Rangers spokesman said on Saturday: "The management and staff have being doing their best to support all of those involved in this accident."It's the least we can do and we are more than happy if it helps in any way at this tragic time."...