Hazel A. Dwenger

first_imgHazel A. Dwenger, 72 of Greensburg passed away Sunday April 30, 2017 at Franciscan Health Indianapolis; IN. Hazel was born Thursday November 16, 1944 in Rushville, IN; the daughter of Waldo and Anna (Woods) Dwenger. Hazel worked for Margaret Mary Hospital for 22 years, and after 12 years for Delta Faucet she retired. She enjoyed her family, shopping, horseback riding, sewing, and taking care of her cats.Hazel is survived by sons: Gary (Sheryl) Ison of Greensburg; Donald Little of Napoleon; Paul Quick of Sunman. Daughter: Debra (Steve) Bruns of Moores Hill; brothers: Paris (Phyllis) Dwenger of Delaware, IN and Joe (Betty) Dwenger of Lawrenceburg; sister: Emma Kroner of Sunman; sister-in-law: Nola Dwenger of Hamburg, IN 13 Grandchildren, 16 Great-Grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, daughter: Angelia Little, companion: Melvin Cathey III who preceded her in death July 11, 2016, brother: Waldo “Tubby” Dwenger, brother-in-law: Bill Kroner.Funeral services will be 7PM Thursday May 4 at Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home 16717 Manchester Street, Box 156 Moores Hill, In 47032 with Pastor Charlie Miller officiating.  Visitation will be Thursday 5-7PM also at the funeral home.  Memorials may be given to the P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County.  Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home, Moores Hill entrusted with arrangements.  Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

Father, son jailed for 85 years for killing accountant

first_imgFifty-four-year-old Sukhdeo Dharamdat called “Toney” and his 25-year-old son, Eshwardat Dharamdat called “Bruddow” were on Tuesday sentenced to a total of 85 years in prison for the murder of Suresh Nandkishore called “Ravo”, which occurred on February 3, 2015, at Handsome Tree Mahaica, East Coast Demerara.Jailed: Eshwardat Dharamdat (left) and his father Sukhdeo DharamdatThe father and son were on trial before Justice Navindra Singh at the Demerara High Court. During the trial, the court heard that the duo and the deceased were involved in a confrontation regarding the erection of a fence on a plot of land.There was a confrontation which led to the two accused attacking the victim, his brother and father. During the attack, Nandkishore received head injuries and later died, while his father was knocked unconscious and his brother received bodily injuries.The two were initially charged jointly with Chaitram Dharamdat, Sukhdeo Dharamdat’s younger son. However, the younger Dharamdat died during the Camp Street Prison fire in 2017.In court on Tuesday, Sukhdeo Dharamdat was sentenced to 65 years for the capital offence of murder while his son was sentenced to 20 years for manslaughter, after being previously found guilty of the respective offences by a 12-member jury.Dead: Suresh NandkishoreBoth accused were represented by Attorneys-at-Law Pamela DaSantos, Brandon DaSantos and Alanna Lall while the State was represented by Prosecutors Tuanna Hardy, Abigail Gibbs and Teriq Mohammed.Sentencing was set for Tuesday to facilitate a probation report. This report revealed that the older Dharamdat (Sukhdeo) was described by neighbours and relatives as a bully, the report went on to say that the accused was covetous, especially when it comes to land ownership.Meanwhile, during the sentencing, Justice Singh stated that according to the probation report, the younger Dharamdat (Eshwardat), who expressed remorse for the incident, was not a bad person, rather, it is his father that is of negative influence.During the sentencing, Justice Singh initially give a 60-year sentence to the father, but added another 10 years for lack of remorse. He also subtracted five years for the probation report. On the other hand, his son was given a 30-year sentence from which a total of 10 years was deducted for expressing remorse and the probation report. The High Court judge also ordered that the time the duo spent on remand awaiting trial be deducted from their sentence.Reports stated that on the day in question, the deceased, his father, Bhopaul Nandkishore, and brother, Parmanand, were erecting a fence on their plot of land when they were approached by the Dharamdats and a heated argument ensued.The victims tried to avoid any further exchange of words by walking away but the Dharamdats did not gave up so easily. They reportedly armed themselves with the posts that were being used for the fence and attacked the victims during which the now dead man received lashes to his head, and his brother and father were also beaten with the weapon.The victim’s brother, Parmanand, managed to escape and seek help for his father and brother. However, the victim was pronounced dead on arrival at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC).last_img read more

How Companies are Selling an Image to Top Talent

first_imgIf you’re company was able to maneuver its way through the startup recruitment process, you’ve liked established a solidified foundation to build your operation upon.When you reach the next step – the expansion phase – you will have more access to top-tier talent and be able to offer them more in return. The recruitment process i one that relies heavily on a company’s ability to sell itself to the applicant.Company culture, policies and compensation are all considered heavily here, and your company should consider itself to be ahead of the competition in all of these areas if it expects to lure talent away from competitors.As part of scaling a business, you need the sort of employees that can sustain your business growth strategies over time and take your company into the future. For more information on this topic, watch the video from Ning on how a company sells itself to recruiters.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more