The Aces lost 8-4 to Vandalia. James Lynch had three
hits including a homerun and 2 RBIs.
The Varsity Lady Comets were 6-3 winners over Breese
The GC Lady Panthers split a double header with Illinois
College as they lost 3-0 then bounced back for a 2-1
LuEsta "Annie" Langham
LuEsta "Annie" Langham, age 73 of Gainesville,
Florida, passed away on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 at Shands
Hospital in Florida.
funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday,
April 8, 2006, at the McKendree Chapel Cemetery near Keyesport,
Illinois. Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian
Church of Gainesville, FL or ACORN, both available at
the Donnell - Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville, Illinois.
LuEsta Meyer, the daughter of Walter M. and Louise (Bennett)
Meyer, was born on Christmas, December 25, 1932 in Vandalia,
Illinois. She attended school in Keyesport, Illinois and
graduated from Carlyle Highschool in Carlyle, Illinois.
Mrs. Langham went on to college, graduating from the University
of Illinois. She was Food Service Manager at Stephen Foster
and Wiles Elementary Schools in Gainesville, Florida.
Anna was also the Supervisor of Elementary Food Services
for the Alachua County School Board. She was an early
member of the ACORN board, the Interfaith Council, delivered
Meals on Wheels, member of the Retired Food Service Managers,
The Millhopper Writers Group, the Breast Cancer Support
Group, member of the Gainsville First Presbyterian Church,
enjoyed playing bridge, working with children and reading
September 3, 1954 Anna married Max R. Langham in Carlyle,
Illinois. They enjoyed 51 years of marriage together.
They enjoyed traveling and she accompanied her husband
to Asia where they lived for 2 years, then to West Africa
for 2 years and Trinidad for 3 months.
is survived by her husband Max R. Langham Sr., children:
Luann Jacobs and her husband Matthew of Larchmont, NY,
Max R. Langham, Jr. and his wife Sue of Memphis, TN.,
James W. Langham and his wife Dana of Westport, CT. and
Samuel A. Langham and his wife Lauren of Jacksonville
Beach, FL. She was the sister to David Meyer of Keyesport,
Illinois. Loving grandmother to 11.
to the First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, FL or
ACORN they may be made at Donnell-Wiegand
AND NORMA SCHRUMPF
services for Robert and Norma Schrumpf of Orange, CA,
formerly of Greenville, will be held Saturday, April 8
at 1:00 p.m. at Young Funeral Home. Bob Schrumpf died
in August of 2005 and Norma Schrumpf died February 1,
2006. The Young Funeral Home in Greenville is handling