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David retired from Cummins after 35 years of service. He was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg and of the Knights of Columbus. He was an avid golfer who also enjoyed playing cards, especially Solo or Oldenburg Rummy. David liked to spend time shooting his guns at the Oldenburg Conservation Club with friends so he could ‘bring home the bacon.’ Most of all he loved spending time and being with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.He will be dearly missed by his wife Pamela; son, Jeff (Darlene) Abplanalp of Columbus, IN, daughter, Jan (Greg) Moody of Columbus, IN; 5 grandchildren, Jeremiah (Laurie) Abplanalp, Eric (Hannah) Moody, Matthew (Samantha) Abplanalp, Kyle (Brittaney) Moody, and Rachel (Travis) Wiley; 6 great grandchildren, Marshall, Cheyanne, Austin, Natalie, Meredith and Wade; siblings Ronald Abplanalp and Patricia Woolf. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Marjorie White.A memorial mass will be Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 12:00PM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg. Fr. John Meyer officiating. David was a big supporter of Right to Life, so in lieu of flowers his family suggests donations be made to organizations supporting that cause. Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com David C. Abplanalp, age 75 of Hartsville, Indiana passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at Franciscan Health in Indianapolis. The son of Harry and Norma Abplanalp (nee: Fristch) was born on July 16, 1942 in Batesville, IN. On August 2, 1960 he married Pamela Westerfeld in Batesville.
Comments Published on December 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @Michael_Cohen13 After eleven games, the routine has become familiar. Rakeem Christmas, the highly touted freshman, starts the game at power forward for Syracuse only to be replaced within the first five minutes.How much playing time he receives from that point on ranges from little to very little, as head coach Jim Boeheim usually opts for C.J. Fair and James Southerland instead.But on Tuesday, Christmas stormed out of the gates by scoring the first seven points for SU. It didn’t matter. Just like he had so many times before, Christmas went to the bench after 5:17.‘I don’t know why he didn’t get back in,’ guard Brandon Triche said. ‘I would have been kind of mad if I was him and scored the first seven and didn’t get back in. But he was so active, it’s something that we need out of him. If he is able do that, I think we’re unbeatable.’High praise for Christmas, but warranted on the heels of his best game of the season. After his deluge in the opening minutes, Boeheim rewarded the freshman with extended minutes to start the second half. The result was a career-high 10-point, five-rebound, two-block performance that aided Syracuse in an 80-61 win over Bucknell on Tuesday, as Christmas played 14 spirited minutes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLess than four minutes into the game, Christmas held a 7-4 lead over the entire Bucknell team. The outpouring was anything but expected from the player that came into the game averaging just 3.3 points per contest, yet it showcased some of his talents that will continue to blossom as the season progresses.After aggressively pursuing a rebound, Christmas was fouled and opened the scoring for Syracuse by hitting one of two free throws. Kris Joseph found him posting up down low on SU’s next possession, and Christmas nimbly tipped the ball to himself before finishing the play with a dunk.‘Rakeem got off to a great start, and I thought he was very good, very productive,’ Boeheim said. ‘He’s learning the game. But I thought tonight he did some really good things.’Two possessions later, he created a bit of offense for himself with an awkward-looking, yet effective turnaround jumper in the lane. And he finished the spurt with a putback off a missed jumper by Joseph.But at the 14:43 mark, Christmas got the hook. And there he remained as usual until the start of the second half.‘He’s basically he’s too nice, and he’s got to get more physical on the basketball court,’ Boeheim said. ‘He’s got to get stronger, and he’s got to be a warrior down in there. And right now he’s a nice kid. He’s got to be able to go on the court and be a warrior. He isn’t right now.’Undeterred by his time on the bench, though, Christmas opened the second half with glimpses of the toughness and inside presence Boeheim might be looking for going forward.Just 2:45 into the second half, Bucknell forward Mike Muscala drove baseline on the right side and rose up for a dunk. Christmas, who was playing on the opposite side of SU’s 2-3 zone defense, glided over and pinned the ball against the backboard to deny the 6-foot-11 Muscala.Moments later, Brian Fitzpatrick’s layup attempt was swatted away viciously by Christmas who rotated over after Fab Melo bit on a pump fake along the left baseline.‘I usually don’t get as many minutes, so I was just trying to take advantage of what I could do,’ Christmas said. ‘I didn’t think I was going to get that high to block that shot, but I obviously did. And it got me really hyped up.’Christmas played the first 9:01 of the second half without respite, and he capped off that extended run with another strong post move. He received a high-low pass from Baye Keita on the right block for a short turnaround jumper to extend the SU lead to 19 at 55-36.It was a breakout performance that caught the attention of every one of Christmas’ teammates, in addition to Boeheim.‘That’s how we need him to play, getting on the offensive glass and making aggressive moves to the basket,’ Joseph said. ‘ … Rak just showed a little bit of what he can do. He hasn’t even scratched the surface of his potential yet.’[email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on May 21, 2015 at 7:04 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Amidst recent confusion as to the status of the No. 44 with the Syracuse football program, here is a timeline from the past 10 years of the number’s standing and how the SU Athletic Department has caused confusion in the past several days.Nov. 12, 2005 — Syracuse retires the No. 44Aug. 21, 2013 — The Post-Standard publishes a story saying that the number can be brought back at the discretion of the athletic director, Jim Brown and Floyd Little.May 19, 2015 — Syracuse interim director of athletics Pete Sala says the number is back with the blessing of Brown and Little.May 19, 2015 (evening) — Former Syracuse quarterback and member of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees Donovan McNabb tweets his displeasure with the school unretiring the jersey.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMay 20, 2015 — ESPN personality Keith Olbermann and Pardon The Interruption hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon both agree that the number should not have been restored.May 20, 2015 — Senior vice president for public affairs Kevin Quinn tells Syracuse.com that announcement doesn’t change status of jersey with school, referring back to statement from 2013 article.May 21, 2015 — Upon request for clarification of inconsistencies between the statement sent to Syracuse.com and Tuesday’s announcement, Quinn sends The Daily Orange the same statement that was sent to Syracuse.com. Comments Related Stories Scott Shafer, Floyd Little discuss restoration of No. 44 to football programRobert Washington Sr. on No. 44 restoration: ‘Whoever earns it, earns it.’Storify: Syracuse community reacts to the return of No. 44Syracuse football to restore No. 44 after retiring it nearly 10 years ago Facebook Twitter Google+