24 Sep

Ruth Ann Hull

first_imgAt the age of two, Ruth Ann Hull and her family moved to Holton, Indiana. She would live there the rest of her life. Early Wednesday morning, October 10, 2018 at the age of 78, with family at her side, she quietly passed away. She was born April 25, 1940 in Manchester, Kentucky as the daughter to the late Craft and Susie Britton Sizemore. She married the love of her life, Delmar W. Hull and to this marriage they were blessed with four children.She was a loving mother who worked very hard for 37 years and 7 months as a care giver at the Muscatatuck State Hospital near Madison, Indiana. Ruth was very artistic, she painted beautiful pictures along with doing stained glass work and was also a good seamstress! She attended the Holton UN Methodist Church. She was very proud to support the Disabled American Veterans.Survivors include her three daughters; Pamela S. (David) Bilton of Butlerville, Paula J. Compton also of Butlerville and Patricia L. Hull of Holton. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents and son Mark E. Hull.Services will be all in one day at the Holton UN Methodist Church, October 12, 2018 starting at 10:00 am and funeral at 12:00 noon. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Memorials may go to the donor’s choice. Neal’s Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements. www.nealsfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

12 Jan

Owner’s reputed wife charged for torching business

first_imgAlexio Keizer, the reputed wife of the owner of the White Castle Fish Shop, who allegedly torched the hangout spot on April 14, 2018, causing the inside of the building to be destroyed was on Wednesday charged.Keizer, 30, a manager, denied that she committed the act at the John and Hadfield Streets, Georgetown building, which is owned by Krishnandra Beharry, a pensioner of Camp Street, North Cummingsburg.Reports are some $8.8 million was lost in the fire. Keizer, along with Jermaine Langevine, her reputed husband, are owners of the fish shop.On Wednesday, Keizer appeared before City Magistrate Fabayo Azore who granted her bail in the sum of $250,000. She is scheduled to make her second court appearance on May 30.Reports are on the day of the fire, Keizer and Langevine had an argument over his whereabouts which reportedly led to her becoming enraged.Langevine claimed in media reports that his common-law wife reportedly asked several employees to purchase gasoline for her.After asking them (the employees) to leave for the day, Keizer reportedly torched the business establishment. Langevine disclosed that when he arrived on the scene at about 04:00h, the inside of the lower flat was already destroyed.Keizer was later arrested and charged with the offence.last_img read more