Eva Marie Ulibarri, age 88

first_imgEva Marie Ulibarri, age 88 of Greensburg, IN died Friday, June 16, 2017 at the Morning Breeze Health Care in Greensburg, IN. Eva is the daughter of Conrad & Pablita (DeLaO) Madrid. She was born in Arigon, NM on November 11, 1928. She was married to Nick Ulibarri who preceded her in death. Eva raised her 5 children in Tucson, AZ. She moved to Indiana with her daughter and this is where she spent her later years and where she eventually passed away.She loved cookies and when she said “can I have a cookie” with that cute smile that no one could resist it’s needless to say she got a lot of cookies. When she was a young girl she had a horse named Carmel that she loved riding. She loved God and was proud of the fact that she traveled to the Holy Land. She was loving, kind, funny and the most positive person you could ever meet. Her family was everything to her. She had a great love for everyone and never met a stranger.Eva is survived by her children Nadine Gaston (Late Bill), Edith Grubb (Donnie), Nickey Ulibarri (Jadee) and Carol Haldeman. 1 sister Margaret Trujillo and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Carl Ulibarri, sister Ruby Hernandez and brothers Joe Madrid & Alberto Madrid.Friends may call Friday, June 23, 2017 from 2-3pm followed by a memorial service at 3pm all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville, IN with Mark Vice officiating. Memorials may be given to the New Point Christian Church c/o the funeral home.Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more

Wigan chairman handed one-week extension to respond to misconduct charge

first_img Dave Whelan The Football Association has given Wigan chairman Dave Whelan an extra week to respond to his misconduct charge, after the 78-year-old was charged with an aggravated breach of its rules.Whelan’s comments about Jewish and Chinese people were made in the aftermath of the Latics’ controversial appointment of Malky Mackay as manager.The chairman publicly apologised for the comments attributed to him in the Guardian and also suggested he may have been misquoted, yet was still charged by football’s governing body.The Wigan owner had until 6pm on Friday to respond to the charge, but the FA has now granted him a week’s extension.The FA announced on Twitter: “Following a request by Dave Whelan, The FA has granted him an extension to the date by which he had to reply to his misconduct charge for media comments. The Wigan Athletic chairman now has until 6pm on Friday 12 December 2014 to respond to the charge.” 1last_img read more