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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
A shambolic top-order collapse saw West Indies slump to a comprehensive defeat to New Zealand in their final one-day international.New Zealand sealed a one-day international series whitewash over West Indies with a 66-run win in a rain-affected Boxing Day clash in Christchurch.Set 166 for victory via the Duckworth-Lewis method in the third and final ODI, the Windies made an awful start, embarrassingly slumping to 9-5.They ultimately managed to bat out their allotted 23 overs at Hagley Oval on Tuesday, but were still well beaten as they finished on 99-9.Trent Boult (3-18) and Matt Henry (2-18) did the early damage before spinners Mitchell Santner (3-15) and Todd Astle (1-24) struck late.Earlier, the Black Caps reached 131-4 from 23 overs, thanks largely to Ross Taylor (47 not out) and Tom Latham (37).That duo were at the crease when rain hit with New Zealand 83-3 after 19 overs, with the weather causing a long delay.The hosts, who had already sealed the three-match series, managed 48 off four overs when play resumed, with Taylor and Henry Nicholls (18 not out off nine) doing most of the damage.Needing more than seven runs per over to chase down their revised target, the Windies’ chances were crushed inside four overs.Chris Gayle (4) was removed by Henry before Boult, coming off a seven-for at the same venue three days earlier, struck three times.The left-armer had Shai Hope (2) caught at midwicket before bowling Jason Mohammed (1) and Chadwick Walton (0), the latter with a brilliant yorker.Henry also had Kyle Hope (1) lbw, although replays showed the ball was missing leg stump, as the Windies were incredibly reduced to 9-5.Jason Holder (34) and Nikita Miller (20 not out) helped the tourists avoid complete embarrassment, but not defeat as New Zealand easily sealed a 3-0 series win.