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Anthony “Tony” Wayne Gregor

Anthony “Tony” Wayne Gregor, 51 of Grand Junction, MI, passed away on Sunday, August 29, 2021 at his home. He was born on April 7, 1970 in Berrien Center, MI to Claudia and James Gregor. Tony loved to play music and developed a passion as a young teenager. His God-given ability to pick up any instrument and master it seemed like magic. Tony had a handful of jobs over the years and discovered he was rather good at hands on electronics repairs. I’ve always enjoyed our talks on computer and electronics stuff, and I reminded him all the time how his brain is on a level so far above me it was nuts! Tony was a great hugger! His inner circle was modest, and he loved each of you with a quiet intensity that I know you understand.
GRAND JUNCTION, MI
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2021 Virtual Welty Rock River 5K

Let’s raise funds for Stateline environmental education by traveling the length of the Rock River (515 km/ 320 mi) virtually!. The Rock River (known as Sinnissippi by the Sauk and Fox nations) starts in east-central Wisconsin and flows southwest to the Quad City of Illinois and Iowa, where it joins the Mississippi River. It forms one of the borders of Big Hill Park, where Welty Environmental Center is located, and all our water activities occur in its watershed.
ENVIRONMENT
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Journal Review

Relay for Life organizers grateful for support

Montgomery County Relay for Life was held from noon to 9 p.m. July 17. To begin the day, we had the first Relay for Life Benefit Pageant – Indiana. We hope to have it annually with the Relay. Pageant winners are: Baby Miss Kaislie Johnson; Baby Mister Leo Charron; Little Miss Auna Zent; Toddler Miss Gracelyn Parrish; Toddler Mister Memphis Beard; Preteen Miss Zoe Thomas; Preteen Mister Michael; Teen Miss Skileigh Mills; Elegant Miss Stephanie Zent; People Choice Leo Charron; Most Photogenic Evangeline Charron.
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Inside Indiana Business

TCU Promotes Tate to Vice President

Teachers Credit Union has promoted Catrina Tate to vice president of retail. She has 21 years of banking experience, including 16 years at TCU. Tate has led several initiatives within the credit union, and she is currently co-chair of the credit union’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Taskforce. Tate attended Ivy...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
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Get a TASTE for a really good cause

It is one of the area’s most anticipated annual festivals, but the Taste of Montgomery County also fulfills a very important role: the Taste is the largest fundraiser for the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, located on the grounds in Crawfordsville where Lew Wallace penned his masterwork, Ben-Hur. The 14th annual Taste of Montgomery County will be held this Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021 from 12 -10 p.m.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, IN
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TCU announces pair of promotions

SOUTH BEND — Teachers Credit Union has announced the promotions of district managers Marion Fulce and Sandy Seacott to assistant vice president. Fulce oversees TCU’s St. Joseph County branches as well as the credit union’s four branches in southwest Michigan. She has more than 40 years of banking experience, with the last 10 years at TCU. Fulce received an MBA from Indiana University South Bend and a BS in Business Education from Ball State University. Fulce is active in the community, serving as vice chair of the board of directors of the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, and chair of the African American Community Fund. She also serves on the board of directors and finance committees of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center and Oaklawn.
SOUTH BEND, IN
Inside Indiana Business

Teachers Credit Union Adds Vice President

Teachers Credit Union has added Dave Abrams in the newly-created role of vice president of indirect lending for marine and recreational vehicles. He previously served as regional vice president and sales representative at Northwest Bank. Abrams holds a bachelor's degree from Ball State University Miller College of Business.
ECONOMY
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Kosciusko County Court News

The following small claims have been awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court III, Judge Chad Miner presiding:. Aegis Dental Group Warsaw P.C. v. Snow & Sauerteig LLP v. Melynda Kensinger, $5,208.76. Warsaw Health System v. Marguerite Ousley, $2,448.07. Kristi Smith, $1,117.27. Hollar Dental Group v. Ada and Marvin Perry, $2,925.15. Sanchez...
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, IN
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National Night Out hits new attendance mark

The 14th-annual National Night Out event was spectacular. The weather probably was the best we’ve experienced and the attendance was well over 1,700, the largest in all our years of hosting this annual outreach. More than 800 hot dogs were grilled and 60 pizzas were shared, along with more than...
PUTNAM COUNTY, IN
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Mark W. Voreis

Mark W. Voreis, 65, formerly of Culver, passed away suddenly on Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth. He was born in South Bend, March 28, 1956, to Loren G. and Bonnie L. (Vanata) Voreis. He and his two sisters grew up in Culver and were very active on Lake Maxinkuckee. Mark was active in 4-H and Young Republican growing up and graduated from Culver Community High School with the class of 1974. He would then go on to attend Ball State University.
CULVER, IN
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Mark W. Voreis

Mark W. Voreis, 65, formerly of Culver, passed away suddenly on Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth. He was born in South Bend on March 28, 1956, to Loren G. and Bonnie L. Vanata Voreis. He and his two sisters grew up in Culver and were very active on Lake Maxinkuckee. Mark was active in 4-H and Young Republicans, growing up and graduated from Culver Community High School with the class of 1974. He would then go on to attend Ball State University.
CULVER, IN
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