Patricia Smith PruittPatricia L Smith Pruitt, 69, of Overland Park, Kans. died April 19, 2015Â Â inÂ her home.She was born to Wilbur Smith Sr. and Hazel Smith in Arkansas.Â She attended school in Wellington. She formerly worked as an echo-tech at Via Christi/St. Francis in Wichita.She is proceeded in death by her mother Hazel Smith and her sister Barbara Perrin.Survivors include her father Wilbur Smith Sr. of Kansas, two daughters, Machelle Koehn and her husband Mike of Kansas and Sheila Hutchison and her husband Chris of South Carolina, Grandchildren Steven Stewart (Heather) Kansas, Jimi Threadgill (Kayliegh) Texas, Jonathan Threadgill Texas, Caleb Hutchison South Carolina, Emily Hutchison South Carolina. Two Great Grandaughters Kyara and Rylee. Her sisters Lynda Redd (Allen) OK, Wanda Cathey (John) TX,Â Brother Wilbur Smith Jr. (Cindy) KS, and a brother in law Ron Perrin, KS. Several nieces, Â nephews, great nieces and great nephews.In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been set up at Security State Bank in Wellington in her name.
1 Carlos Tevez Juventus have no plans to sell former Manchester City and Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez to Boca Juniors this summer.The 31-year-old has been in stunning form for the Italian champions this season, scoring 28 goals in all competitions.However, the striker’s boyhood club, Boca Juniors, are desperate to bring the Argentine back home and are ready to move for him this summer.Tevez himself would reportedly be open to a return to Argentina, but Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has revealed that will not occur this summer.“He has a contract until 2016 and he’s nostalgic of his home country,” Marotta told Radio Rai.“But the Argentine did extremely well with us, and offered a great contribution by means of his great performances.“He had no problems integrating himself into the team, he’s a leader. At this moment we have no reason to close his contract in advance.”