Cheryl Ann Naill, 61, of Mitchell, IN, passed away on Saturday, September 7th, at Mitchell Manor. Cheryl was born in Milan, IN on July 29, 1958, a daughter of the late Wanda Lee (Peters) and William Robert Vinson. Cheryl attended school in Lawrenceburg, IN until her junior year. She completed her education at William Henry Harrison High School and Diamond Oaks School, graduating in 1977. She worked in turbo reproduction for Reliabillt. Cheryl also worked at Penske and Domaner Chrysler and several different restaurants over the years. She was the wife of Dennis Naill. On December 3, 1977, they were married at the Shepherd of the Sea Chapel in Groton, CT. Dennis and Cheryl were married over 41 years until her passing. Cheryl lover to travel and collected roosters and carousels. Family was the most important thing to Cheryl. In addition to her loving husband Dennis, Cheryl is survived by two daughters, Devin Kenny (John), of Bloomington, IN and Tiffany Naill, of Mitchell, IN; by grandchildren: Christina Brown (Ray), Theresa White (Matt), Jenna Kenny, Olivia Kenny, Allen Kenny, Xavior Naill & Wolf Messer and by great-grandchildren: Ryan Brown, Dominic White, Brenna White, Elizabeth Goodrich, Sean Goodrich & Ryan Goodrich and one on the way. Cheryl is also survived by three sisters, Debbie Wright (David), of Dillsboro, IN; Beverly Vinson, of Harrison, OH and Connie McCool (Chris), of Summerville, SC; by two brothers, Robert Vinson (Mary), of Aurora, IN and Steven Vinson, of Spotsylvania, VA. Cheryl was preceded in death by her parents, by her daughter, Raven Naill and by her granddaughter Anna Kenny. Funeral services will be 11 AM, Wednesday, September 11th at Markland Funeral Home in Rising Sun, IN. Visitation will be Tuesday 5-8 PM at Markland Funeral Home. Burial will be at Rising Sun New Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Rising Sun United Methodist Church. Cards are available at the funeral home. marklandfuneralhome.com
Spurs appeared poised to announce a deal for the Anzhi Makhachkala forward after he completed a medical, but Chelsea have now hijacked the deal after making their long-standing interest known. A deal was quickly agreed between the Blues and the Russian club – respective owners Roman Abramovich and Suleyman Kerimov are friends – and Willian has been keen to move to Stamford Bridge since first becoming aware of a potential switch to Chelsea two years ago. Willian is expected to spurn the advances of Tottenham and sign for Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in the next few days. He will also have the prospect of Champions League football, something Spurs were unable to offer. “I think he’s already made his decision,” Mourinho said. The self-styled Special One nodded in the affirmative when asked if that was Chelsea. He added: “I don’t like to speak before time because football can be crazy. “I know what the player wants, so in this moment we cannot hide, that it’s a possibility.” Willian is still to undergo a medical at Stamford Bridge, but if he signs it strikes a blow for Mourinho over his former staff member Andre Villas-Boas, once of Chelsea and now Tottenham boss. It could also hinder the prospective sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, Mourinho’s former club. Mourinho had insisted Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was his sole target, but revealed he had alternative options, too. Willian is “an extra target”, said Mourinho, who plans a third bid for Rooney following Monday’s Barclays Premier League clash at Old Trafford. Mourinho added: “I’m happy with my squad, but every one of us managers, we say we are happy, but we are always unhappy. “We never close the door to the possibility of adding more quality.” Mourinho anticipates departures, but only temporarily and Juan Mata will not be among them. Mourinho said: “I want a 22-player squad. If somebody comes, somebody leaves. “Do we need to sell? No, we don’t. Do we need to loan? Probably, yes. “Juan is not a player we want to lose. He’s a player we all want to keep. “We want more quality in the team, we don’t want less quality.” The Willian move was unexpected as the one Anzhi player reported to have been on Mourinho’s radar was Samuel Eto’o, who played under the Portuguese at Inter Milan. Eto’o is possibly still an alternative target to Rooney. Chelsea have been told repeatedly that Rooney is not for sale, but still Mourinho is chasing his man. Asked how he rates Chelsea’s chances of signing Rooney, Mourinho said: “I don’t care. In this moment I don’t care. “I have a big match to play on Monday. I don’t care about new players.” Press Association
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told KTTV-TV that eight deputies took unauthorized photos at the scene of the crash. The deputies have since deleted all the photos from their phones.However, according to The Los Angeles Times, some legal experts and LACSO officials believe Villanueva’s order to delete the photos may constitute destruction of evidence — an attempt to cover up the scandal.It’s unclear if the deputies will face disciplinary action.Only National Transportation Safety Board members and the coroner’s office were authorized to take photos of the scene.Vanessa Bryant spoke out about the incident via Instagram: The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office says it’s conducting an investigation into eight deputies that allegedly took and shared photos from the scene of the helicopter accident that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others.