Joseph Weldhisofer

first_imgJoseph Weldishofer, of St. Leon, Indiana, passed Sunday, March 5, 2017.He leaves his wife of 43 years, Mary, his children: Ron (Jane) Weldishofer of Sunman, Terry (Tracey) Weldishofer of Bright, Greg Weldishofer of Frenchburg, KY, Lance Weldishofer of St. Leon, Mitch Weldishofer of St. Leon, Tyler Weldishofer of Cincinnati, Amber (Jim) Wilson of Aurora. He also leaves 12 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.  He has 3 brothers Paul (Carol)of St. Leon, Lawrence  (Marylyn) of Brookville, IN, and Billy of Brookville and his sisters: Bertie (the late Leo)Jacobs of Sunman, Annie (Phil) Darling of Guilford, Bonnie (Chris) Mills of Sunman, Dorothy (Lou) Barth of West Harrison, IN , Wilma Burckey of Cedar Grove, sister-in-law Kate (the late Jim) Weldishofer of St. Leon.Joseph was preceded in death by his son Joe Weldishofer, his daughter Tammy Jo, his parents Florian John and Margaret  Barbara Weldishofer, his siblings Wilber Weldishofer, Richard Weldishofer, Evelyn Weldishofer and Jim Weldishofer.His hobbies include playing horseshoes, fishing and gardening.  He also prided himself on his cooking skills, making large meals every Sunday for family and friends.  He loved spending time with his family which meant the world to him.Visitation is Thursday, March 9 at Andres-Wuestefeld Funeral Home beginning with rosary at 9:30 until 12:30.  Mass of Christian Burial is Thursday, 1:00, St. Joseph Church, All Saints Parish, St. Leon, Indiana.last_img read more

Froome leads Tour on stage 12

first_imgStage 12 of the Tour de France is expected to be one of the most decisive of this year’s race.On Bastille Day, the riders will battle for the yellow jersey on the slopes of the infamous Mont Ventoux.Defending champion Chris Froome leads the standings, with Ireland’s Dan Martin in third place and just 31 seconds behind the race leader ahead of today’s action.last_img