Dorotha Jean “Dottie” LaBolt Bilbrey, 86, Greensburg, passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018 at her residence. She was born on May 24, 1932 in Greensburg to parents Albert Alley and Anna “Mae” (Worland) LaBolt. The family moved to Adams, Indiana where her parents owned and operated the LaBolt General Store. She graduated from St. Paul High School in 1950 and was the class president. Dottie operated an ice cream store for one year before moving to Indianapolis where she graduated from Indiana Business College. While working, a good friend introduced Dottie to a young soldier from Venice, Illinois, Claude B. Bilbrey. They fell in love and were married on July 3, 1954. Claude and Dottie lived in Colorado where Claude finished his Army duties, then moved to Venice, Illinois. They raised four children, Jim, Dan, Susan, and Julie. She worked during these years as an executive secretary in banks and at Stix, Baur, and Fuller in St. Louis. In 1965, the Bilbrey family moved to Greensburg and owned and operated LaBolt’s Motel from 1965-1993. Dottie was active at St. Mary’s Church serving as a Eucharistic Minister, the funeral meal committee, Parish Council, religious education teacher, and along with Claude were pre-marriage chairmen for 30 years, mentoring many engaged couples and they were also named “Lay Persons of the Year” in 2004. Dottie was an avid quilter and became a co-owner of Colonial Quilts in the courthouse square. She was a member of several quilt guilds and judged and taught classes in quilting. She served as president of the Columbus Star Quilters. Her favorite pastime was playing canasta and bunko. Her many friends were a joy and the comradery was important to her. Dottie was a member of the Sigma Chapter of Psi Iota Xi, where she was active with their many fundraising events and she became a national office as the Southeast District Representative and Editor. Dottie loved her family and was very involved in their activities, interests, and was always ready to help in any way possible. She is survived by her husband, Claude, her four children Jim of Columbus, Ohio, Dan (Joyce) of South Bend, Susan (Hank) Martin and Julie (Mike) Mentz both of Greensburg, 16 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her three siblings, Harold (Catherine) LaBolt, Sarasota, Florida, Charles (Gloria) LaBolt, Zionsville, Janice (Ralph) Stacy, Zionsville; Many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and one great granddaughter. Family and friends will gather at 3:30 p.m. on Friday at the funeral home to pray the rosary. Visitation will follow until 8:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. The funeral mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg with Rev. John Meyer and Rev. John Geis co-officiating. Interment will follow at the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Greensburg. Memorials may be to any of the following: Batesville Quiltmakers Guild in care of LeAnne Hankel 11 Arbor Lane, Batesville,In 47006; Tree City Quilters in care of Susan Wilson, 602 E Main St. Greensburg, In 47240; Columbus Star Quilters in care of Linda Reid, 3345 Grove Parkway, Columbus, Indiana 47203. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
RelatedPosts FIFA, CAF, NFF salute Okocha at 47 LIRS to implement additional tax incentives, reliefs for taxpayers Lagos generated N25b during lockdown leveraging technology – LIRS A Lagos State Prosecutor, Y. A. Pitan, said a former Super Eagles’ Captain, Augustine Okocha, popularly known as Jay Jay Okocha, accused of income tax evasion since 2017, had finally settled with the Lagos Internal Revenue Service.She told an Igbosere High Court on Wednesday in Lagos that the LIRS informed the prosecution team that the defendant visited its office and reconciled his accounts.Pitan then prayed the court for an adjournment to enable her file a notice of discontinuance of the charge preferred against Okocha.Justice Adedayo Akintoye consequently withdrew the warrant of arrest earlier issued on the defendant.She adjourned further hearing until November 14 to enable prosecution file notice of discontinuance of the charge.The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the prosecutor had on May 28 informed the court that the defendant visited the office of LIRS to reconcile his accounts.The prosecutor then said the defendant could not reach a common ground with the agency.Earlier, the prosecutor had filed a three-count charge against Okocha on June 6, 2017, accusing him of: “Failure to furnish returns of income for tax purposes with the LIRS, and failure to pay income tax.“The offences contravene Section 56(a) and (b) of the Lagos State Revenue Administration Law No. 8 of 2006 and Section 94 (1) of the Personal Income Tax Act Cap P8 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 2004 (As Amended).” Tags: Jay Jay OkochaLIRS
Mike Trout became a father for the first time this week when his wife, Jessica, delivered a boy. The proud papa made the worldwide reveal Saturday.Ignore the adorableness for a second; let’s take a closer look at that name. MORE: Players opting out of 2020 seasonBeckham (for David, Gordon or Tim?) . . . Aaron (got to be for Henry) . . . Trout. B.A.T. The Trouts’ firstborn son has “BAT” for his initials.And, as further proof baseball will be a big part of the lad’s early days, his face is already on a Baseball-Reference page/graphic.Dad may return from paternity leave as soon as Sunday.
The KOC Flyers opened the scoring 3:23 into the first period as Aaron Kosinsky opened the scoring. The team maintained their lead throughout the period and into the dressing room.Grande Prairie controlled things in the second period. They scored less than three minutes into the frame, and with less than a minute to go as they led 2-1 going into the second period.Fort St. John responded with a strong period of their own in the third. The team scored twice in 59 seconds midway through the third to tie and take the lead in the game. The Flyers hung on to take the victory 3-2.- Advertisement -Scoring in order for the Flyers were Aaron Kosinsky, Thomas Pope, and Jacob Lang.Next for the KOC Flyers is a game on Sunday as they take on the Brazeau Parkland Selects at 9:45 a.m. at the Pomeroy Sport Centre.