Judith K. Livers, age 75 of Osgood, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, December 5, 2019 at her home. Judy was born on August 26, 1944 in Houston, Texas as the daughter to the late James and Katherine Judy Dunn. She married Leland Rigdon, and they were blessed with two sons, Thad and Mark Rigdon. Leland preceded her in death on February 6, 1999. Judy then married James Allen Livers on July 12, 2002 and he still survives at home.Judy loved to nurture and care for people. With this loving quality shepossessed, she worked in the health care profession for Care Star taking care of people in Ripley County and the surrounding counties. Later she would work at Mirrus at Versailles. She and her husband James spent much time riding their Harley along with camping with family and friends.Survivors include her husband, James Livers; sons, Thad (Carie) Rigdon of Milan, James Norman Livers of Osgood, Brian Allen Livers of Indianapolis. Four brothers survive: James (Portia) Dunn, Jack (Betty) Dunn both of Texas, Larry Pugh of Lawrenceburg along with Steve Pugh of Aurora. One sister, Cecelia Bonta of Cleves, Ohio also survives, along with 8 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.Judy was preceded in death by son Mark Rigdon on February 12, 2007 along with 1 brother, Anthony Pugh.Services will be held all in one day, Monday, December 9, 2019 at Neal’s Funeral Home with calling starting at 10:00 am until 12:00 noon when the funeral will begin. Memorials may be given to the Ripley County Humane Society in care of the funeral home. Burial will be at Perseverance Cemetery near Osgood.Arrangements handled by Neal’s Funeral Home.www.nealsfuneralhome.net
The Tipperary school, who have won the prestigious competition on one previous occasion, take on De La Salle Waterford in Bansha at 2 o’clock.Tom Byrnes is manager of Our Lady’s – he’s well aware of their opponents’ abilities but feels his team have every chance of making the final…St Colmans and Ard Scoil Ris meet in the other semi-final – the action in Kilmallock gets underway at noon.
Scotland Yard have confirmed Arsenal defender Andre Santos has been charged with dangerous driving and could face two-years in jail if his case goes to the Crown Court and he is found guilty.The 29-year-old was caught driving recklessly by police just a couple of miles away from the club’s training ground in August.Santos, speeding at around 130 miles per hour, was allegedly driving his Maserati GranTurismo when he was pulled over by officers.The Brazilian will be handed his punishment at Hendon Magistrates’ Court on September 27.A Scotland Yard spokeswoman confirmed: ‘Andre Santos, 29, of East Finchley, north London, has been charged with dangerous driving and driving without due care and attention on August 17th this year in Mill Hill, north west London.Santos, who is believed to own several lavish cars, has made 16 appearances for the Gunners since signing from Turkish side Fenerbahce last summer for £5.5million, but has found himself second choice to Kieran Gibbs in the left-back position so far this year.