Dorothy L. Cameron, age 87 peacefully passed away Monday, March 2, 2020 at her home in Columbus Ohio. The daughter of Dorothy Beck Loew and Paul W. Loew, she was born in Cleveland, Ohio June 9, 1932, though Batesville was her true hometown where she was raised among family that reached back to the founding of Batesville. She was a member of St. Marks Lutheran Church in Batesville, and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbus. Dorothy is survived by her two children Andrew O. Cameron, Sarah D. Cameron and her beloved Cousin Mrs. Patricia Hare, and her children, Jerry, Tim, and Paul.Her loves were the Batesville pool, her Devon Avenue pool in Columbus where she dove off the high-board every birthday through her 86th year, and she once swam across the Nile River in Aswan, Egypt. She loved being part of the Ohio State University Women’s Club, the OSU Faculty Club, Evening Drama, Opera Group, Symphony Group, Book Club, especially her family of friends at Germania in Columbus Ohio, and of course loved all her students around the world. She was loved for her fierce independence and speaking her mind, her love of literature, music, culture, the arts, and joy of good conversation with good people. She also dearly loved each Batesville High School Reunion and all her fellow classmates.Dorothy served her nation during the height of the Cold War with the US State Department Foreign Service Office, in Washington DC, Hong Kong, and in Berlin. She was a beloved Professor of English, German, and Literature at Ohio State, Otterbein College, and several others including the Ohio Women’s prison in Marysville, Ohio. She was also a Teacher of English as a Second Language in China, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and Romania. She loved her work and travels to all continents, sailing in both the Arctic and Antarctic Circles. Yet in all her world travels her hometown of Batesville, Indiana was where her gravity was the strongest, where she knew the best swimming holes, the best grapevines to swing on, and where to walk for the best sunsets.Visitation is at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville Indiana, from 9:30-11:00 am Saturday, March 14, 2020 with 11:00am funeral service immediately following. Reverend Jill Campbell will be officiating. Burial will follow in St. Mark Cemetery, Batesville. A separate memorial service will be held in Columbus Ohio at a later date.In lieu of flowers, please find the time, the place, and proper sincerity, to read a favorite piece of literature, heartfelt piece of writing, or cherished poem to someone you love.
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RelatedPosts Nigeria’s COVID-19 curve flattening — PTF COVID-19: PTF mandates schools to conduct weekly assessments Minister pledges support for development of AI, robotics in Nigeria The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, says contact sports will soon resume in the country under strict protocols as recommended by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.The Minister disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja after the unveiling of the National Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Hub (BredHub). Dare said the Ministry was working closely with the PTF to ensure contact sports resume in the country under strict COVID-19 protocols.He said: “As we see gradual opening up of different sector of the economy, we have prepared a post COVID-19 protocols.“We hope in the next two weeks, contact sports will return subject to the strict adherence to the COVID-19 protocols.”Dare stressed that the ministry will be properly guided as various sporting events gradually return to the country following the ban as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.He said: “We are going to be properly guided on the National Sports Festival as we are working with the PTF, Health ministry, NCDC. “We have sent a team to the National Sports Council.“We hope that before the end of this year, we can have the National Sports Festival, of course with some modifications, it can be staggered.”On the resumption of the Nigeria Professional Football League, he maintained that club sides who have not met with the regulations set will not partake in the coming season.He said any club that does not have N200 million in its account won’t be allowed to play in the NPFL alongside other conditions.Dare said: “Very clearly we have decided that since the Federal Executive Council have classified sports as a business, there are certain steps that must be taken to make sure the entire co-system keys into that business model. “One of the first steps is the fact that our domestic league must run as a business and to do that you must have regulations, financial control.“There is a new enforcement regime for our domestic league as they must have a minimum of N200 million in their account to show they can take care of their players.”—Tags: National Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Hub (BredHub)Presidential Task Force on COVID-19Sunday Dare
Published on February 26, 2018 at 9:28 pm Contact Michael: email@example.com | @MikeJMcCleary Riley Donahue often brushes off opportunities to talk up her scoring abilities. Coming into the season, she was supposed to be a problem for opposing defenses. After Donahue led the Orange in goals a season ago, many expected 2018 to bring much of the same. But, in the preseason, all she could talk about was her team.“Offense is everywhere,” she said of her team more than two weeks prior to SU’s season-opening matchup against Connecticut.To this point, her team-first tendencies have proven to be right. Donahue, with three goals so far this season, ranks ninth on her team in scoring. But, the number is not a result of Donahue’s struggles.No. 7 Syracuse (3-0) continues to get scoring throughout its lineup to power its top-ranked offense. The Orange are tied with Vanderbilt with an NCAA-leading 19.67 goals per game. Many on Syracuse expect the scoring to be a common thread as the depth and constant substitutions by SU have consistently provided the opportunities for players to score.“We definitely are a threat,” attack Nicole Levy said. “We will have a long list of scorers.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange has had no trouble with scoring in the early going. In SU’s first three games of the season, the fewest number of players to score in a game was nine against Oregon. In Syracuse’s other two matchups — versus Connecticut and Albany — SU had 12 different goal scorers in each game.Syracuse’s diverse attack features many multi-goal scorers. Against the Huskies, the Orange had six players score two or more goals, with four of those players registering three or more goals in the game. The output was similar against Oregon, when Syracuse had six two-plus goal scorers and two three-plus goal scorers.That is in slight contrast to some of the Orange’s season opener last year. In the 2017 debut against eventual-national champion Boston College, SU only had four players score more than two goals with eight of its 18 total goals coming from two players.Levy cautioned that the high-scoring games won’t necessarily continue as Syracuse’s schedule becomes tougher, but she still thinks the Orange will get contributions from many different players.When asked if the high scoring numbers are a result of the multitude of lineups the Orange use, SU head coach Gary Gait grinned.“Yeah,” Gait quipped, “we play a lot of players.”But Gait doesn’t attribute the scoring to any new game plan. He instead has noticed that the attacking style of his midfielders is creating a more “balanced” scoring group.“I think we’re almost even for the first time in a long time,” Gait said “Our middies and attack are scoring almost at the same pace.”This year, the Orange has gotten 28 goals from its midfield compared to 31 from the attack. That’s 9.33 goals per game from the midfield. Comparatively, last season the Orange only got 4.81 goals per game from its midfield as three attacks dominated SU’s goals leaderboard.The midfielders are starting to notice the difference. With the quick lineup changes and free movement, it’s easier for midfielders to make it up and down the field, which creates for more opportunities, junior midfielder Neena Merola said.Freshman Sam Swart is seeing the opportunities early in her SU career, as well. Tied with three people for fifth on SU’s scoring list, the midfielder went as far to make a prediction that “everyone will evenly play, evenly score.” While it remains to be seen whether or not that will hold true, Gait seems to be keen on the idea of having midfielders contribute more to Syracuse’s offensive production.“We’ve been, in the past, attack-driven,” Gait said. “Now, I think the middies are really coming into their own and starting to step it up.”As SU’s scoring evolves, it’s finding the win column frequently. SU’s presumed scoring leader in the preseason, Donahue, isn’t dominating the way she did last year, but so far she hasn’t had to.She’s just glad to see her preseason prediction come full circle.“It’s great to see,” Donahue said. “It’s great to go out there and really put everything together.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+