Anna Mason | The Observer Moreau Seminary will be the first destination for new postulants as they discern becoming members of the Congregation of Holy Cross.Senior Chris Mulholland, who will graduate with a degree in electrical engineering before becoming postulant, said the purpose of the program is to help postulants discern whether the novitiate is right for them. This year, either nine or 10 men from the tri-campus community and other walks of life will form the new postulant group, he said. Some are current students at Notre Dame who will move to the Moreau Seminary directly from Old College for their senior year. Before coming to Notre Dame as a freshman, Mulholland said the question of religious life was already something he already considered since he grew up in a religious family surrounded by members of the clergy. “For a lot of people, I think examples of priests and religious [figures] are what draws them [to the religious life],” he said.Though Mulholland was familiar with the priesthood and religious orders, he said he had never been around Holy Cross priests prior to attending Notre Dame. Mulholland said he appreciates the consistency throughout Holy Cross clergymen despite a wide range of personalities. “There was a very consistent theme with all of them,” Mulholland said. “[They are] very committed people who really lived out the mission that they represented.”Mulholland said much of his discernment process in the past few years involved asking himself questions surrounding his vocation.“I realized early on in college that for me to answer that question, I was going to have to grow in knowledge of self,” he said. “That came from generally maturing, prayer, staying close to the sacraments … and also talking to people about it.”Mulholland also said the spiritual direction he received from an adviser at Notre Dame was a crucial part of his discernment. “Once a month, I had to articulate my thoughts, and most of the time, I surprised myself with what I said,” Mulholland said. “By going consistently, it was a way of tracking my progress.”In the end, Mulholland said his calling would never go away unless he addressed it. Entering the postulant program is another step in a longer process.“It’s not like you do all this discernment, and then when you’re done with the discernment, you enter the seminary,” he said. Wack said it is important for people to recognize everything from discernment to entering the religious life is a process. “Part of the stumbling block for people when they are considering a vocation to be a religious brother or sister or priest is that they think they have to have it all figured out,” Wack said. “But really what you are discerning is if God is calling you to spend one year looking at this a little deeper in formation.”Wack also said the ongoing sexual abuse crisis in the Church can be a challenge for some postulants, but the men he talked to hope to be a part of the solution.“They acknowledge the awfulness of [the crisis], but they also see a real desire to be part of the solution because they have experienced a lot of goodness in the Church,” Wack said. “I think those that have been drawn to it, it has made them all the more determined [to follow a vocation].”Tags: Commencement 2019, congregation of holy cross, discernment, Moreau Seminary, Postulant Program, religious life, Vocation As graduates of the class of 2019 leave Notre Dame’s campus to move towards their professional lives, some will simply be hopping across the St. Joseph’s and St. Mary’s Lakes to Moreau Seminary where they will join the Congregation of Holy Cross’ postulant program. The program is the first step in the process of discernment related to joining the priesthood. Fr. Neil Wack, vocations director for the Congregation of Holy Cross, said postulants have made the first commitment towards joining the religious community.“[They are] not officially part of the community yet, but they are in the process,” Wack said. “They have been accepted, they have gone through the holy application process, but they have not taken vows yet.”
Becky Gulsvig is in the band! The Broadway alum is set to start performances on October 10 in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest Main Stem hit School of Rock—The Musical. She succeeds Mamie Parris in the role of disapproving girlfriend, Patty, who is departing to play Grizabella in Cats.Gulsvig is fresh off playing Cynthia Weil in the first National Tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; she recently originated the role of Cinderella in the off-Broadway production of Disenchanted. Gulsvig made her Broadway debut in Hairspray as Lou Ann and went on to take over the role of Amber Von Tussle. She was in the original Broadway cast of Legally Blonde The Musical and later starred as Elle Woods in the first National Tour.Currently in performances at the Winter Garden Theatre, School of Rock is based on the 2003 film of the same name, featuring music from the movie, as well as an original score by Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater, a book by Julian Fellowes and direction by Laurence Connor. The show follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. While teaching these pint-sized prodigies what it means to truly rock, Dewey falls for the school’s beautiful, but uptight headmistress, helping her rediscover the wild child within.The cast also currently includes Alex Brightman, Jenn Gambatese and Spencer Moses. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 20, 2019 Becky Gulsvig Related Shows Becky Gulsvig Star Files School of Rock – The Musical View Comments
Gen. Fernando is well-prepared to command the CML during the international sporting event. Before assuming the command of the CML on March 30 for two years, he led the Government Olympic Authority (APO), a state-federal consortium created to coordinate the federal government, the state of Rio de Janeiro, and the municipality of Rio de Janeiro as they prepare to host the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. By Dialogo June 19, 2015 I live in the interior of SÃ£o Paulo state. I would like news from here. I love knowing that our country is concerned with our national security When sovereignty is at stake, the solution is the military! Great I think it’s super important for the training of our Brazilian soldiers to be very effective for all of the sporting events to take place in our country. Congratulations to the Brazilian Army Command for another initiative. God bless you and Brazil! This is a really good newspaper. Dear Sirs, GUARDIANS OF THE HOMELAND, Brazilians don’t need tight security, only when the Pope visits Brazil. We didn’t need it when ECO RIO 2002 or the 2014 World Cup were held, and we won’t need it when the 2016 Olympics are held in our country. I am 65 years old. I am reservist of our beloved Brazilian Army, married, raised three independent, adult children, and got surprised with two granddaughters. I would like to share a strategy with you about how to combat evil at its source. TIGHT SECURITY IN OUR COUNTRY AND FOR OUR POPULATION must not only be reserved for SPECIAL EVENTS. It mustn’t seem like the security planned is only because of foreigners. The constitutional role of our Armed Forces shouldn’t be limited to SPECIAL EVENTS. The guarantee of internal order, the right to come and go safely without being mugged or killed is an inalienable and non-negotiable right of the population. We recognise the effectiveness of your troops, but it’s not enough to just “play defense”. Actions need to be well-planned and focus on the source of crime with intelligent, well-trained, well-oriented soldiers, who carry out their duties without injustice or exaggeration. Our communities are full of youth (under and over 18) armed with weapons of war of completely unprepared to use them. I don’t know what the government is doing by being ABSENT. THE STATE IS ABSENT….without entering the realm of collusion that There are thousands of Brazilians that think the Army doesn’t have a role in the public life of the country. Total mistake. The Army is very well alive and active. There is a lack of communication that reaches all Brazilians about the work and and activities carried out in Brazil and abroad in various fronts from security to highway construction. Long live our Army! And after the Olympic Games? And even better, what about before them? We went through moments of real terrorism with assaults on every corner, within homes, etc. The population is afraid, and this is clearly evident on people’s faces.Dear Military Commanders, unfold your arms. Terrorism is fought through the actions of the Armed Forces!Ulisses Vitta I totally agree. “Currently, Ground Forces is in the planning phase, drafting operation and tactical plans,” CCOMSEx reports. The Brazilian Army is drawing on its experience providing security for five major international events the country has hosted since 2011 to prepare for the 2016 Rio Olympics and Paralympic Games. Those games come on the heels of large, high-profile events including the World Military Games in 2011; the Rio+20 – United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012; the Confederation Cup and World Youth Day in 2013; and the FIFA World Cup in 2014. Gen. Fernando also commanded the Infantry Paratrooper Brigade and the Army Physical Training Center, even becoming President of the Army Sporting Commission. He was then appointed Director of the Military Sports Department, Ministry of Defense, before being named President of the APO in 2013 by President Dilma Rousseff. “In the particular case of Rio de Janeiro, the Games give us the opportunity to bring various projects off the drawing table and begin to execute them,” said CML Commanding Officer General Fernando Azevedo e Silva. To that end, the Army First Division Command (1ª DE) concluded on April 6-10 Phase 1 of its tactical planning for the Deodoro Sector Defense Command (CDS/Deodoro) for security at the Games. The session, which took place at the facilities of the Combat Simulation Exercise Application Center (CAESC), involved the presence of service members from the 9th Motorized Infantry School – Unit Group, the Army Information Center, the Special Operations Command, the Eastern Military Command Operational Center, and the Ministry of Defense. During the games, part of the Army’s mission will be to closely guard public works facilities. The Eastern Military Command (CML), for example, is responsible for providing security on the grounds of the Games headquarters; soldiers are monitoring the progress of construction at the Military Village and Sports Complex, which will serve as the venue for 11 Olympic events and four Paralympic competitions. “The Army has been preparing for some time now (for the Olympic Games), gathering the lessons learned and best practices from the recent events that were held in Brazil,” the Army Social Communications Center (CCOMSEx) said. Armed Forces cooperate to provide security “Being back in a Military environment is fairly comfortable; at the end, I have rendered more than 40 years of service to the Brazilian Army. I lived alongside professionals from civilian and political backgrounds, forging new frontiers that today contribute to my mission to lead the Eastern Military Command.” “The Army Command and the Ministry of Defense saw that my experience in leading the APO would contribute to the work performed by the Eastern Military Command,” he told Diálogo. Security forces including the country’s Army, Navy, Air Force and law enforcement authorities are collaborating to make sure the Olympic Games are safe and secure; in total, about 25,000 Troops will provide security at Olympic venues and surrounding areas. These service members provide safety patrols, check for explosives, protect strategic structures such as transmission lines, nuclear power plants, energy substations and water supplies, and guard against cyber-attacks. They’ll also serve as a contingency force in support of civilian law enforcement authorities and provide security for government officials. These efforts will be particularly concentrated in Rio de Janeiro (headquarters for the Olympic Games) and in the cities of Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Manaus and São Paulo, where soccer games will take place. One of APO’s primary activities was to circulate a Responsibility Matrix, a document detailing how each level of government – municipal, state and federal – was involved in organizing and conducting the event, setting out the projects and responsibilities for executing them and allocating resources, “as well as developing a monitoring system and tracking works and services.” Protecting public works Among those projects: cleaning rivers where competitions will be held and building a gymnasium, the Arena Poliesportiva Coronel Wenceslau Malta, where 5,000 high-performance and Military athletes will train. The foreign delegations that will travel to Brazil to participate in the 2016 Olympics in Rio will encounter a country that is well-prepared to host the Games, with well-built sporting and non-sport structures, he said.
– Advertisement – Qualcomm said it shipped 162 million chips capable of wireless data connections during its fiscal fourth quarter, compared with FactSet estimates of 155.3 million.Based on the shipments, the average selling price for chips was $30.9 (roughly Rs. 2,300), higher than $29.3 (roughly Rs. 2,200) in the previous quarter. That is in part because Qualcomm is increasingly paring its modem and processor chips with radio chips that drive up selling prices. Sales of those radio chips nearly doubled from the prior quarter to $852 million (roughly Rs. 6,300 crores) in the fourth quarter, helping drive adjusted earnings per share of $1.45 (roughly Rs. 100) versus estimate of $1.17 (roughly Rs. 90), according to Refinitiv data.“This is really the 5G story showing up in a big way in our business,” Mollenkopf said.Qualcomm expects chip segment revenue in the range of $6.2 billion (roughly Rs. 46,050 crores) to $6.8 billion (roughly Rs. 50,500 crores) for the unit during the first quarter, ahead of FactSet estimates of $5.71 billion (roughly Rs. 42,400 crores).Qualcomm, which makes the bulk of profits from its licensing business, said revenue from the unit was $1.51 billion (roughly Rs. 11,200 crores) , above FactSet estimates of $1.30 billion (roughly Rs. 9,700 crores).The company said it expects overall current-quarter revenue of between $7.8 billion (roughly Rs. 57,950 crores) and $8.6 billion (roughly Rs. 63,400 crores), compared with analysts’ estimates of $7.15 billion (roughly Rs. 53,100 crores), according to IBES data from Refinitiv.Mollenkopf told Reuters the company expects overall 5G handset shipments this calendar year to come in at the top of the company’s expected range of 175 million to 225 million units. The company also raised its forecast for 5G handset shipments for 2021 to a midpoint of 500 million units.He also said Qualcomm has applied for licenses from the United States government to ship chips to Huawei but has received response yet from US officials.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. But Qualcomm is supplying a broad swath of phone makers beyond Apple with 5G chips, which is driving revenue and profit growth. Apple’s iPhone’s launched a month later than usual, and, though he did not name Apple, Qualcomm Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf told Reuters in an interview that the contribution from new customer in the quarter was small.“The results we just printed really include a smaller impact than you would normally see with one of the new customers that we’re ramping up, just due to timing of their launch,” he said.Apple shares rose 0.6 percent after the announcement of Qualcomm’s results.- Advertisement – Qualcomm forecast fiscal first-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates on Wednesday as it predicted sales of 5G smart phones would balloon to more than half a billion units next year, powered in part by new Apple iPhone 12 models.Qualcomm’s shares were up 14 percent in extended trading.- Advertisement – The San Diego-based company is the biggest supplier of processors for smartphones and modem chips that connect phones to wireless data networks. It has invested heavily in developing lucrative 5G technology hoping to profit as it becomes mainstream in mobile phones, a trend poised to ramp up with the introduction of Apple’s first 5G phones last month.Revenue from the company’s chip segment, its largest by sales, was $4.97 billion (roughly Rs. 36,900 crores) in the fiscal fourth quarter, compared with FactSet estimates of $4.59 billion (roughly Rs. 34,100 crores).Qualcomm this year returned to being a major supplier for Apple, supplying chips that help the new iPhone 12 models connect to high-speed 5G networks. Apple did not give a forecast for its sales during the current quarter, making Qualcomm’s chip sales one of the few proxies for investors to gauge the progress of the new iPhones.- Advertisement –
At least 12 Iranian politicians and officials, both sitting and former, have now died of the illness, and 13 more have been infected and are either in quarantine or being treated.The country has been scrambling to contain the rapid spread of coronavirus which so far has infected 13,938 people and killed at least 724, according to official figures.The number of coronavirus deaths and infections have been on the rise ever since the first two fatalities were announced on February 19.According to the health ministry, the rising trend is due to the increasing number of tests being done. It says many patients started showing symptoms days after they were infected.Official tolls, which are given every 24 hours, have usually lagged behind reports by local media and have sometimes been contradicted by provincial authorities.Iran is yet to impose a lockdown but it has temporarily closed parliament, barred pilgrims from gathering at a holy tomb and postponed the second round of legislative elections.Officials have repeatedly urged citizens to stick to guidelines and stay at home to stop the coronavirus from spreading.Topics : Iran’s coronavirus outbreak Monday killed a member of the clerical body that appoints the supreme leader, state media said, taking the death toll among serving and ex-officials to at least 12. Ayatollah Hashem Bathayi Golpayegani, who was 78, died two days after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus and being hospitalised, state news agency IRNA reported.The official represented Tehran in the Assembly of Experts, an 88-strong body of clerics that appoints and monitors Iran’s supreme leader.
Oxlade-Chamberlain believes Liverpool have developed a steely winning mentality (Picture:Getty)Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain believes Liverpool’s winning mentality is a key factor behind their title charge – something his former club Arsenal often lacked.Oxlade-Chamberlain left the Emirates for Anfield in a £40million deal in August 2017 and it’s been a fruitful move, with the England ace winning the Champions League last season.Liverpool are now on course to win their first league title in the Premier League era. It would also be a first for Oxlade-Chamberlain who failed to get over the line during his eight-year stint with Arsenal. Oxlade-Chamberlain left Arsenal for Liverpool (Picture: Getty)And he believes there’s a big gap between the two clubs’ mentality, with Oxlade-Chamberlain not always ‘100% confident’ Arsenal would win matches, which is not the case under Jurgen Klopp.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I’m going into it (a game) with the mindset that we’re going to win. I think that’s how we all feel,’ the England international told PA.‘We’re going into the games expecting ourselves to win and anything else we’re disappointed with.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘I think that’s credit to the good work that we’ve done as a team over the last few years to be in that position.‘There’s times in my career where I definitely haven’t gone into all games 100% confident that the team’s going to come away winning but with this team, I have that sort of belief in us.‘I think that’s the mentality you need to be successful, to have those high standards that nothing else is acceptable. Then you’ve got to let history take its course.‘Obviously it might not happen every time but when you’re going into games with that sort of mindset and belief it simplifies everything else.’Will Liverpool win the Premier League?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Michael Owen makes predictions for Chelsea and Arsenal ties & Liverpool vs EvertonMORE: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tells Manchester United players he is on brink of being sacked Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 3 Dec 2019 9:29 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link300Shares Advertisement Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain reveals what’s wrong with Arsenal’s mentality Comment Advertisement
Okan Pekin, global head of investor services for Citi, said the bank was well positioned to anticipate Norges Bank’s needs through its global presence and network.Norges Bank, which manages the funds’ global and national investments, recently announced losses from its emerging market equity portfolios.The fund, which on average owns 1.5% of listed companies and is the world’s largest single investor, also increased its holdings in Brazilian, Turkish and Mexican government bonds. Norges Bank Investment Management, manager of Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global, has selected Citi to provide it with global custody and securities lending services.The manager, which controls more than $850bn (€610bn) in global assets, said it selected Citi after a detailed evaluation of global custodians, and appreciated its sub-custodian network, which would allow it to maintain its global mandates.The bank is expected to provide the fund with solutions across its investment chain, including prime finance and agency, securities lending, futures, OTC clearing and collateral management, custody and global fund services.Age Bakker, COO at the fund, said: “Through Citi’s proprietary sub-custodian network and investment in technology, it is enabled to deliver custody services in an integrated, efficient and transparent manner.”
The Dutch Pensions Federation has said it is still too early to make concrete proposals on a future, sustainable pensions system.Responding to the government’s statement on its plans for the pension system’s renewal, the industry group said the memorandum left many questions unanswered, citing the “complexity of the matter, the big interests at stake and the divided opinions of stakeholders”.The Pensions Federation welcomed the government’s desire to preserve the current system’s principles of collectively shared risks and mandatory participation.In its opinion, however, it missed the opportunity to provide clarity on a new fiscal framework, “as this is relevant to both existing and future pension contracts”. The federation said it was analysing the consequences for participants and pension funds of the two options favoured by the government – one based on individual pensions accrual and another drawn on “defined but uncertain” benefits.It said it would focus its investigation on a simultaneous transition to a new pensions contract and the replacement of average pensions accrual with a degressive one.It said it would assess the effects of transition from the current arrangements to a future set-up, and that it would map out the pros and cons of the financial and legal aspects, as well as the consequences for communication and implementation.The industry group aims to complete its analysis in the autumn, allowing political parties to take its conclusions into account for their manifestos for the national elections in March 2017.Meanwhile, the union FNV said it was not yet ready to support an expensive transition to degressive pensions accrual, while the association of insurers (VvV) said it was in favour of such an approach and temporary fiscal leeway.The union VCP said a transition period of 25 years was too long, while employer organisation VNO-NCW called for a “long transition”.CNV, another union, warned of “too many” choices for participants and said it opposed the government’s suggestion participants should be allowed to take out part of their pension as a lump-sum at retirement.In a joint statement, KNVG and NVOG, the lobbying groups for pensioners, argued that the government’s memorandum ignored pension funds’ current funding problems and urged it to come up with measures to prevent rights cuts.Although the government said average pensions accrual must be replaced with degressive accrual, it made clear that the social partners would be allowed to maintain existing pension arrangements.A national pension fund, however, as championed by the Socialist Party (SP), is now off the cards, “as this would come at the expense of institutional frameworks”, according to the memorandum.The government said it would look into how mandatory industry-wide pension funds could be temporarily allowed to co-operate with ring-fenced assets, before a new Cabinet is to take over next year.It will also assess whether a partial lump-sum at retirement can be introduced.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) and C3.ai have formed a joint venture agreement that brings together BHGE’s fullstream oil and gas expertise with C3.ai’s AI software suite to deliver digital transformation technologies for the oil and gas industry.The joint venture combines BHGE’s extensive oil and gas technology domain expertise with C3.ai’s AI software suite and solutions, creating new opportunities for the sector.“The oil and gas industry is rapidly evolving, and digital technology is critical to achieving increased levels of productivity, efficiency and safety for ourselves and for our customers,” said Lorenzo Simonelli, BHGE chairman and CEO. “This agreement is a mutual recognition of the technology leadership we each bring to the table and a willingness to work in new ways that deliver the best possible outcomes for our customers. Integrating our strong digital capabilities and oil and gas industry expertise with C3.ai’s unique AI solutions, we will accelerate the overall digital transformation of this industry.”“The oil and gas sector is undergoing a digital transformation to improve efficiencies and increase safety, while simultaneously reducing environmental impact,” said Thomas M. Siebel, CEO, C3.ai. “These changes will be driven through advanced AI use cases deployed across the entire oil and gas value chain. BHGE is a technology-first company with deep expertise, a global footprint and strong relationships across the industry. Combining its strengths with the unique industrial AI capability of C3.ai, we will deliver transformative change to one of the world’s most important industry sectors.”The companies will immediately market and deploy C3.ai’s AI technology, including the C3 AI Suite and applications, into oil and gas businesses. BHGE and C3.ai will also leverage BHGE’s existing digital portfolio to collaborate on new integrated AI applications specific to oil and gas, and offer combined teams of oilfield and AI expertise deployed directly into customer environments to deliver AI solutions that meet specific business needs. Simplifying the approach to AI with this combined offering will help customers focus on what matters most – running their oil and gas business safely and efficiently.“Shell utilizes the C3.ai platform to accelerate digital transformation across our business, focusing on using AI and machine learning to improve overall operations starting with predictive maintenance,” said Shell Group CIO Jay Crotts. “Shell also has a long-standing relationship with BHGE in oilfield services and software development. There is real potential in exploring the fusion of existing oilfield technology and emerging digital technology, in this case combining C3.ai’s capabilities with BHGE’s domain expertise to create new solutions that truly address oil and gas specific challenges with powerful advanced analytics technology.”Under the terms of the agreement, BHGE has taken a minority equity position in C3.ai and will have a seat on C3.ai’s board of directors. BHGE will also accelerate its own use of AI, deploying the C3 AI Suite across its business to enable new BHGE AI applications that improve core operations and better serve customers with AI-enabled products and services.
Terry Wayne Kyle, 52, of Lawrenceburg, IN, passed away Monday, June 13, 2016 in Cincinnati, OH.He was born Thursday, June 20, 1963 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Son of the late Graham Edward Kyle and the late Maxine Pratt WalkerHe proudly served his Country as a member of the United States Navy.Terry was a musician. He loved music and was a drummer since he was 9 years old. He even got to play onstage with Steppenwolf . He also played guitar enjoying both Rock & Roll and Blues. Aerosmith was his favorite band. Terry was also an avid sports fan. His favorite teams were the Bengals, Kentucky Wildcats, and the Reds. Pete Rose was his all time favorite. In his younger years, he enjoyed bow hunting for deer with his family. Terry’s daughter “Angel ” was his pride and joy and the love of his life. He most enjoyed time spent with family and friends. Terry was always the life of the party and loved to entertain everyone. He will be missed by family and friends.Surviving are daughter, Angel Kyle of Lawrenceburg, IN; sister, Tracie (Gary) Bricking of Ft. Thomas, KY; brother, Ed Kyle of Newport, KY; caretaker, Laura (Mike) Kyle of Lawrenceburg, IN; and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents and stepfather.Friends will be received 5:00 – 7:00 PM, Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, Wednesday, at 7:00 pm.Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the funeral home to defray funeral expenses. If unable to attend, please call the office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.