Patricia “Patsy” S. Denton October 16, 1946 – April 2, 2019

first_imgPatricia “Patsy” Denton, age 72 of West Harrison, Indiana passed away at her home Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Born October 16, 1946 in Mt. Healthy, Ohio the daughter of Jack and Betty (Kohler) Pomfrey.Patsy married William Denton March 28, 1970 in Newport, Kentucky. Worked as a clerk for Walgreens for many years and was a member of Am Vets Post # 13 in West Harrison, Indiana.Patsy is survived by her loving husband William Denton of West Harrison, Indiana. Beloved aunt of John (Kelli) Pomfrey of Cincinnati, Ohio and Ed Pomfrey of Mt. Healthy, Ohio. Sister in law of Andrea Pomfrey.Preceded in death by her parents Jack and Betty Pomfrey, siblings Rita Schottmiller, Melvin and Marvin Pomfrey.Visitation will be held Friday, April 5, 2019 from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 6, 2019 10:00 A.M. with Pastor Shawn Crisman officiating all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030. Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens Cincinnati, Ohio.In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to American Cancer Society 2808 Reading Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 c/o the funeral home.last_img read more

Storify: Fans react to wild win over Central Michigan

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Three things we learned today at the WCup

first_img0Shares0000Leading by a head: Cristiano Ronaldo leads the Golden Boot race with four goals © AFP / YURI CORTEZSAINT PETERSBURG, Russian Federation, Jun 20 – The World Cup produced three tight games on Wednesday as Portugal, Spain and Uruguay won but once again the favourites failed to shine.It was three of the world’s top marksmen who did get on the scoresheet, though, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Diego Costa continued their fight for the Golden Boot, while Luis Suarez scored in his third World Cup. AFP Sports looks at three things we learned today at the World Cup.Ronaldo eyes more goldFew goalscoring titles still elude Ronaldo and he may soon have one more to add to his collection after netting for the fourth time in two games against Morocco to move out in front in the race for the World Cup Golden Boot.Ronaldo has now already scored more goals in Russia than his three previous World Cup campaigns.Having spearheaded Real Madrid’s run to a third consecutive Champions League, Ronaldo’s fast start to the tournament also puts him in pole position for a sixth Ballon d’Or — to finally move ahead of Lionel Messi’s five.Messi missed a penalty in Argentina’s opener, while fitness issues for Neymar and Mohamed Salah have blighted their challenge to Ronaldo’s crown.The competition is not even a week old, but the World Player of the Year’s message is clear: “Catch me if you can.”Uruguay, Russia roll onThey did it in very differing fashion but Uruguay and Russia became the first sides to book their places in the last 16 after the South Americans edged past Saudi Arabia with their second 1-0 win of the tournament.By contrast, Russia have been rampant in scoring eight goals to reach the knockout phase for the first time since the Soviet era.Blessed with one of the most feared strike forces in Russia in Suarez and Edinson Cavani, more was expected from the Celeste against a Saudi side that shipped five to Russia in the tournament opener.However, Uruguay know how to negotiate their way through a tournament under 71-year-old Oscar Tabarez and with Atletico Madrid duo Diego Godin and Jose Maria Gimenez marshalling their defence, they will be a tough opponent for, most likely, Spain or Portugal in the last 16.Spain glad to have CostaSince switching allegiances from the country of his birth, Brazil, to play for Spain ahead of the 2014 World Cup, Costa has not always seemed the perfect fit for La Roja’s tiki-taka style.So far in Russia, though, Costa is keeping Spain afloat by adding a dimension to their play not seen in past tournamentsHe bullied Pepe and fired home from close range at the end of a well-worked set-piece to score a double in a thrilling 3-3 draw against Portugal.And Costa moved to within one goal of Ronaldo in fortunate fashion as a clearance ricocheted off him and into the Iranian net as Spain survived a huge scare in Kazan.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more