FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Memorial Contributions may be made to USI Children’s Learning Center, 8600 University Blvd, Evansville, IN 47712. FAMILYAndrew Dill, FatherJamie Dill, MotherOwen Dill, BrotherJames E Martin, GrandfatherCharlene Martin, GrandmotherTom Dill, GrandfatherTamara Dill, GrandmotherCharley Dill, GrandmotherChris Martin, UncleDan Martin, UncleEric Dill (Heather Southworth), UncleAmanda Smith (Steve), Auntmany cousins, extended family and friends Obituary Of Oliver “Ollie” DillOliver “Ollie” Dill, 3, Evansville, IN passed away on July 9, 2019. He was born on June 2, 2016 in Providence, RI to Dr. Andrew and Jamie (Martin) Dill.He loved playing with his brother, Owen and cousin, Anniston. Ollie enjoyed reading and playing in the sandbox and water tables at USI Children’s Learning Center, where he loved the ladies. He had a love for food, especially, turkey, mashed potatoes and mac-n-cheese. Ollie was known for being a practical joker. He had a love for animals and enjoyed going to the zoo.Oliver is preceded in death by his grandmother, Charley Dill.He is survived by his parents; brother, Owen Dill; grandparents, James E. (Charlene) Martin and Tom (Tamara) Dill; aunts and uncles, Chris Martin, Dan Martin, Eric Dill (Heather Southworth) and Amanda Smith (Steve); and many other cousins, extended family and friends.Funeral Services will be held 11:00 a.m. Wednesday July 17, 2019 at Alexander East Chapel officiated by Celebrant Carrie Hatchett. Friends may visit Tuesday 3-7pm and Wednesday 10:00 a.m. until service time at the funeral home. Burial will be at Alexander Memorial Park.
Show Closed This production ended its run on May 4, 2014 Bill W. and Dr. Bob In addition to Boll and Crowe, the cast includes Michael Frederic, Kelli Ruttle and Denise Cormier. View Comments The off-Broadway production of Samuel Shem and Janet Surrey’s Bill W. and Dr. Bob will end its run at the SoHo Playhouse on May 4. The play, starring Patrick Boll and Steve Brady, opened in July of 2013 under the direction of Seth Gordon. At time of closing, the show will have played 243 performances and 8 preview performances. Related Shows Bill W. and Dr. Bob is based on the lives of Alcoholics Anonymous founders William Wilson (Boll) and Dr. Robert Smith (Brady) and their wives, Lois Wilson and Anne Smith, who created Al-Anon. The year is 1929 and stockbroker Bill Wilson has been hit by the stock market crash and is a drunk. Dr. Bob Smith is also an alcoholic, often going into the operating room with a hangover. By some chance occurrences Bill and Bob meet and form a relationship, each trying to keep the other sober.
Defending Cal Bank Ghana Beach Soccer Champions Keta Sunset made some grounds at the summit of the championship after current league leaders Ada Assurance failed to pick maximum points in week 12 fixtures.Against form and prematch predictions, the less fancied Layoca side managed an improbable draw.Local side Layoca despite their unimpressive season to date managed to cause an upset in a game that was expected to be a stroll at the park for Ada Assurance.Inspirational player manager/captain Nii Laryea Bonne marked his return to the La based side with a personal goal, and coupled with a hat trick from striker Abdallah Micheal plus another solo strike from Black Sharks midfielder Isaac Ofori.The relegation threatened Layoca have thus registered their first point in the second half of the season with their pulsating 5-5 drawn game.Keta Sunset took full advantage of the slip by defeating Tegbi Youth 3-1 in the spicy Volta Derby. Azalete Fabio’s brace and a goal by Gilbert Kumidzor were enough to put the Champions back in serious contention for this year’s title.Another in-form Keta side is Havedzi Mighty Warriors who continued to score for fun and sent their season’s tally to 69 after they put eight past debutants Nungua United.Innocent Kumensah announced his return from Morocco by scoring four times with additional goals from Tagbor Charles, Segbe Solomon, and Kwawu Delicious to seal the win over Nungua.Teshie United continued the surge up the table after they recorded a tightly contested 3-2 victory over Dansoman.Wuo Gb33 handed the East Legon sharks a 3-0 defeat which further dented the Legon side’s ambition of escaping relegation. Division one leaders Gulf Powers have silverware firmly in sight with 8 games to end the season and have opened a three point gap at the summit of the table after they beat Cape Coast Warriors 2-1 over the weekend.Degbey Cosmos’s brace alongside Tetteh Traore’s goal ensured Nima beat Golden Eagles 3-1 to keep them within touching distance of the leaders.Tema United have jumped to third on the table courtesy a 4-2 win over African Angels.The season couldn’t get any worse for Osu Dolphins, Chorkor Blue Whales, Senya Sharks and Debutants Winneba Giants as they failed to add anything to their rather woeful points haul so far this season after week 12.