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Museum Christmas Dinner Mt. Pulaski Township Historical Society is planning to gather at the Calm Creek Caf6 for a Christmas Party Monday, Dec. 7 at 5:30 p.m. Reservations for the dinner must be made by November 27. Call Barbara Stroud-Borth at 217-792-5126. Each person must choose one hntr6e: Fried Shrimp, chicken or pork chop. The cost is $15 per person. Included are salad, twice baked potato, green beans, roll, cobbler dessert, tea, or coffee. Park Board Meeting Moved The December ML Pulaski Township Park Board meeting will be moved to December 9 at 7pm at the firehouse. Reminder Newspaper e-mail address is... mtpulaskitimes@gmail.com The newspaper phone number is... 217-303-6159 In Don S. Goadpaster, for-executive for Hartford Insur- merly-of Mt. Pulaski, died in ance Company. a Stuart, FL, hospital, eleven After retirement, he days before his 94th birthday, returned to Florida, living He was one of seven chil- in Stuart, where his sister, dren of Pearl and Ernest Carol, was residing. Carol Goodpaster. After gradua- preceded him in death last tion from Mt. Pulaski Town- April. ship High School, he went to He was devoted to keep- Chicago, where he worked as ing track of people and events a clerk in the Union Stock- in the town in which he was yards. In the mid-1940s he moved to Miami to work for a ship- ping firm and then a local insurance company. Later he moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he was an account born, and particularly enjoyed getting to Fall Festivals when health allowed him to travel. He is survived by a brother, Ed Goodpaster, who lives in Baltimore, MD. Dena s Markers, Monument, Cremation Urn#Memarials, Monument Cleanin~ Cemetery Lettering iZli Fifth Street, Lincoln, IL 62656 Phone: 217-735-1191 Fax: 217-651-825o Outside Lincoln: 888-267-86o3 Email: denamemorials@gmail.com Operated By Sales Consultants Terry Ports & Dena Manley Carolyn & Don Manley We have built our business around our customers - the most important person in a business. Everything we do - every procedure - every decision - is responding to" your needs. When you come through our door, whatever we can do to help, we will do it promptly, as . well as courteously. Our goal at Dena Memorials is to be the " best monument company to do business u~th! Mystery Solved [ Deron Powell earns Retirement Income Certified l0 The mystery about the big[ Professional (RICP) Designation limb on the oak tree on the I Courthouse lawn has been [ Deron Powell, State Farm They must also have three The rigorous three-course solved. Jeff Anderson cut [ Insurance Companies Agent years of experience, meet credential helps advisors down the hanging branch] has earned the Retirement stringent ethics require- master retirement income t and then cut up the huge [ Income Certified Profes- ments, and participate in The planning; a key focus area not limb. Later Don Maxhei- [ sional (RICP) professional College's continuing educa- fully covered in other profes- ~" mer did a favor to the tree by [ designation from The Ameri- tion program, sional designation programs. making a clean cut along the [ can College, Bryn, Mawr, Pa. The RICP educational cur- From retirement portfolio trunk so the break does not [ Candidates for the RICP ricula are the most complete management techniques and invite disease. [ designation must complete and comprehensive program mitigation of plan risks to Many thanks to both ofyou! [ a minimum of three col- available to professional the proper use of annuities, Barbara Stroud Borth- [ lege-level courses and are financial advisors looking to employer-sponsored benefits o Mt. Pulaski CourthouseI required to pass a series of help their clients create sus- and determining the best ~ Site Superintendent [ two-hour proctored exams, tainable retirement income. Social Security claiming age, the RICP provides a wealth of practical information for advisors. Using the most current o techniques, RICP's identify Red was born May 6, 1928 1952-1953. He was a member in DeWitt County to Edward of Zion Lutheran Church in and Lydia Conner Bahn. He Chestnut. He was a mechanic married Kathryn Bergman on at Stahl's Implement and December 1, 1968 in Emden. later worked for the mainte- She survives, nance at Vonderlieth LMng Also surviving is daughter Center. - Renae (Rodney) Williams Services were Thursday of Edinburg; danghter-in-law November 5 at the Zion - Christy Bahn of Lincoln; Lutheran Church in Chest- grandchildren - Jeremiah nut. Rev. David Dunlop offi- Williams, Paul Williams, ciated. Burial was in Laenna Jacob Williams, and Aaron Cemetery with full military Bahn; and step grandchildren rites accorded. - Austin Catey and Ashley Catey. He was preceded in death by his parents, son - Austin Bahn, brothers - Elmer, Albert, Leland, twin brother- Vernell, Byron, and sister - Erma. Red was in the United States Marine Corp from Memorials: Zion Lutheran Church of Chestnut or Alzheimer's Research Center. Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski was entrusted with the ser- vices.ion. Since 1945 Vernei! "Red" Balm, 87, of Mt. Pulaski, formerly of Chestnut, passed away at 1:10 P.M. Monday November 2, 2015 at Vonderlieth Living Center. retirement income needs and objectives and evalu- ate a client's current situa- tion relative to those goals. Individuals who earn a RICP can provide expert advice on a broad range of retire- ment topics including income needs and objectives, estate issues and other risks to the retirement income planning, Social Security, health insur- ance and housing decisions, and income taxation. Deron has been a State Farm Agent in Mt. Pulaski since 1999. He also holds the Certified Property Casu- alty Underwriter designation from The American College along with other Insurance awards. He has served as President of the Lincoln/ Logan County Chamber of Commerce and is currently President-Elect of the Abra- ham Lincoln Memorial Hos- pital Board of Directors. The American College is the nation's largest non- profit educational institution devoted to financial services. Holding the highest level of academic accreditation, The College has served as a valued business partner to banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies, and other for over 86 years. The American College's faculty represents some of the financial services industry's foremost thought leaders. For more informa- tion, visit TheAmeicanCol- lege.edu.