Mr. Derek Alan Archer, age 31, of Moorefield, Indiana, entered this life on August 22, 1985, in Madison, Indiana, the loving son of, Alan J. Archer and Michelle Lynn (Holder) Wind. He was raised in Moorefield, Indiana where he grew up on the family farm. Derek was a 2004 graduate of the Switzerland County High School in Vevay, Indiana. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in 2008 in landscape and horticulture design from Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana. Derek was united in marriage to the love of his life, Trisha Rae Allen. This happy union was blessed with two children, James Hudson and Poppy Louise. Derek and Trisha shared nine loving years of marriage together until he lost his courageous battle with leukemia. Derek was currently employed as a landscape designer for Bella Outdoors in Burlington, Kentucky, for the past two years. He was a former landscape designer for Brentwood Inc. in Alexandria, Kentucky, for eight years. Derek was raised in the Brushy Fork Baptist Church in Pleasant, Indiana. Derek will be remembered for his love of his adoring children, his family, riding his ATV ranger and raising giant pumpkins every year. Derek will be deeply missed by his loving family and abundance of friends. The past seven weeks, Derek put up a courageous fight with leukemia with his family right beside him cheering him on and praying for him. Derek’s battle ended with his loving family by his side at 6:50 a.m., Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at the Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital in St. Matthews, Kentucky. Derek will be deeply missed by his loving wife: Trisha Rae Archer of Moorefield, IN; his son: James Hudson Archer of Moorefield, IN; his daughter: Poppy Louise Archer of Moorefield, IN; his father: Alan J. Archer and his companion: Carlyn Wilburn of Pleasant, IN; his mother: Michelle Wind of Madison, IN; his brother: Adam Archer and his wife: Carly of Moorefield, IN; his nieces and nephews: Halle, Adalyn, Beckham and Jett; his paternal-grandparents: John D. and Mary Leo (Lewis) Archer of Moorefield, IN; his maternal-grandparents: Carol Ann (Lee) Holder Williams and her husband: Milford of Bennington, IN; his father-in-law and mother-in-law: Greg and Traci Pavy of Vevay, IN; his father-in-law and mother-in-law: Rodney Allen of Ridgeland, SC; his brother-in-law: Tyler Allen and his fiancée: Heather Thomas of Vevay, IN; his maternal grandparents-in-law: James and Sharon Ray of Vevay, IN and his several aunts, uncles, cousins and abundance of friends.He was preceded in death by his maternal-grandfather: Earl Holder, died July 23, 1991; his paternal-great-grandfather: John Kendrick “Ken” Archer, died April 24, 1982; his paternal-great-grandmother: Elberta Mae (Osborn) Archer, died June 6, 1999; his maternal-great-grandparents: Robert and Nellie (Puckett) Holder; his maternal-great-grandparents: Charles and Thelma (King) Lee; his paternal-great-grandfather: Clyde A. Lewis, died January 2, 2001 and his paternal-great-grandmother: Leona (Fish) Lewis, died November 16, 1995.Friends may call 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Monday, July 24, 2017, at the Switzerland County High School, 1020 West Main Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, July 24, 2017, at 7:00 pm, by Pastor Chris Clemans at the Switzerland County High School, 1020 West Main Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Private Graveside Services and Interment will be held at the convenience of the family in the Caledonia Cemetery, Moorefield, Indiana Memorial contributions may be made to the Education Fund for Derek’s children % Trisha Archer. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Comments Last year, Battle entered his name into the NBA Draft process, went through the pre-draft combine but then pulled his name without signing an agent to return to SU. He averaged about 17 points per game as a junior for the Orange, and has slotted in the 50s of some publication’s NBA mock drafts.If Battle has played his final game for Syracuse, he’d finish with 1,647 career points, 16th in Syracuse history. And if he’s gone, the final shot of Battle’s SU career would be a right baseline, stepback jumper from about 15 feet that he hit off the front rim. View this post on InstagramAdvertisementThis is placeholder textA post shared by Tyus Battle (@tyusbattle) on Mar 22, 2019 at 10:02am PDT SALT LAKE CITY — Tyus Battle will leave Syracuse for the NBA Draft, per multiple reports on Friday morning.Battle said last night after Syracuse’s season ending at the hands of Baylor that he wasn’t “worrying about” his future at that moment. But with his junior season concluded, it appears Battle will test himself professionally. The reports gave no indication of whether Battle would be signing immediately with an agent or not.Battle posted the following on Instagram on Friday morning.www.instagram.com/p/BvUXl_4HhWn/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_medium=loading” data-instgrm-version=”12″> Published on March 22, 2019 at 1:27 pm Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3 Facebook Twitter Google+
Government is yet to receive a response from Guyoil Chairman Winston Cosbert, more than one month after receiving the Board of Inquiry (BoI) report into allegations of fuel smuggling at the State-owned oil company.Prompted for an update on the reports of an illegal fuel racket, Minister of State, Joseph Harmon disclosed that the BoI report was handed over to the Guyoil Chairman for pronouncements.“It is a fact-finding report, because there were some allegations made in the media about fuel and the fact that fuel was purchased by some company and all of that. So there is a thorough investigation into all of it and the report was handed over and we expect that some pronouncements will be made,” Harmon stated during a post-Cabinet press briefing on Wednesday.Reports have been surfacing of massive corruption in the fuel sector, costing Guyana at least 0 million in taxes weekly.According to information in the local media, this countrywide fuel-smuggling racket has been occurring under the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) and the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), with prominent figures involved.Reports are that fishing trawlers from Venezuela have been arriving with the stated intention of doing business with local companies here.It was reported that while some of them are legitimate, bringing fish or buying fish and other groceries to take back to Venezuela, a number of the vessels are really here to sell fuel.Reports indicate that many of them have modified their tanks, with some having the capacity to fetch up to 25,000 gallons at any one time. An average of 60 to 70 of these ‘fishing’ vessels are said to be visiting areas along the Demerara River weekly.Only recently, the High Court had granted an injunction after several local businessmen move to the court following accusations of inducment to smuggle fuel from Venezuela.