Stateline News death notices, Sept. 30, 2015 to Oct. 6, 2015
Sept. 21, Bruce R. “Bruno” Tway, formerly of Beloit
Sept. 23, Robert “Rob” Wootton Dean, 62, of Orfordville
Sept. 24, James E. Lyons, 57, of Rockton
Sept. 26, Sarah J. Hobel, 66, of South Beloit
Sept. 26, John William Larson, 80, of Machesney Park
Sept. 27, Carmen Bratton, 92, of Beloit
Sept. 27, Paul Era Kilgore, 67, formerly of Beloit
Sept. 27, Christopher Thomas Piazza, 29, formerly of Beloit
Sept. 28, Sandra D. Kilmer, 67, of Machesney Park
Sept. 28, Spencer Lee Weed, 34, of Machesney Park
Sept. 29, Ruth J. Adams, 100, of Roscoe
Sept. 29, Marvin Burkhardt, 74, of Beloit
Sept. 29, Steve C. Sorenson, 60, of Beloit
Sept. 30, Roger C. Beier, 90, of Beloit
Sept. 30, Douglas J. Gearhart, 69, of Beloit
Sept. 30, Walter J. Zimbrich, 91, of Beloit
Oct. 1, Carol Ann Evensen, 74, of South Beloit
Oct. 1, Robert E. Holzmiller, 99, of Beloit
Oct. 2, James Hull, 89, of Beloit
Oct. 2, Ngaire E. Oliver, 92, of Beloit
Oct. 3, Robert E. “Bob” Askey, 95, of Machesney Park
Oct. 3, Charlotte Rae Christianson, 71, of Beloit
Oct. 3, Craig E. Van Aken, 64, of Machesney Park
Oct. 4, Harriet J. Kohls, 103, of Clinton
Oct. 4, Mona Mings, 61, of Beloit
Oct. 4, Elwanda M. Stanphill Robins, 84, of Loves Park
BELOIT -- Diane Hendricks, co-founder of Beloit-based ABC supply, will donate $1.75 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to support research into better treatment options for breast cancer, the university announced.
BELVIDERE -- An off-duty police officer convicted in a 2012 Boone County drunken driving crash that left a woman paralyzed is seeking a pardon or to have his sentence reduced.
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- Few things in life are original anymore. The cellphone seems to be moving to our wrist, which would make wearing a watch back in vogue. Movies seem to relive the heroes of our past (or at least our parents). There is, however, an artist in Lake Geneva who infuses his own style into familiar songs, making them livelier and new again.
Dan Trudell has been playing the piano during all of this century and in the latter half of the one before that.
If you go: Here There Be Dragons
When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
Where: Roland Olson Forest Preserve in Roscoe
Admission: Free for spectators, $3 and a nonperishable food item for participants
STATELINE NEWS -- Don’t get confused if it seems as if you’ve stepped back in time next weekend in Roscoe.
Members of the Dagorhir Rockford chapter will host their eighth annual Here There Be Dragons event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, at Roland Olson Forest Preserve (MAP I GPS) in Roscoe. The event will feature simulated medieval battles, weapon checks, combat classes and silent auction.