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poe – Sherman – burge – fs – ifb
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britt/sherrock – Sherman board – krista sherrock –
clatfelter - mumaw
June 22, 2009
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Robert @ Ross Polistina,
June 22, 2009
Ronny and Bobby--Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kirby and Family,
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Poe -- 50th Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Poe of R.R. 5 will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at Sherman United Methodist Church in Sherman.
Poe and the former Sarah A. Grass were united in marriage Dec. 9, 1936, at Williamsville Christian Church parsonage. Mr. Poe is a retired farmer. Mrs. Poe is a homemaker. They are the parents of four children,
1. Mrs. Marie Patterson of Cantrall,
2. Joyce Polistina of Williamsville,
3. Raymond Poe and [ILREP and farm bureau, cogfa, wife at ioicc, etc.]
4. Mrs. Kay Sapp, both of Springfield. [leonard sapp – fam]
They have 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild
SPRINGFIELD - Anthony Joseph "Tony" Yuskavich, 86, of Springfield died Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009, at St. John's Hospital. Tony was born on March 20, 1922, in Springfield, the son of John and Stella Kuizen Yuskavich. He married Helen Follis on Sept. 7, 1946, in Springfield; she preceded him in death in 1973. He married Mary Polistina on July 2, 1974, in Las Vegas; she preceded him in death in 1993.
Tony graduated from Lanphier High School. He proudly served his country in the United States Army. He was employed by Fiatallis and, in his free time, enjoyed going to the racetrack.He was also preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, George and John.
He is survived by a stepson, Ron (wife, Anna) Polistina of Farmersville; his special nieces, Kathy (husband, John) Plough, Pat Towner, Barb Devine and Mary Ann (husband, Kerry) Wycoff; in addition to several other nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and -nephews; and several great-great-nieces and -nephews.
Graveside ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 2, 2009, at Camp Butler National Cemetery, with military honors provided by the United States Department of Defense and the Interveterans Burial Detail of Sangamon County.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 687 E. Linton Ave., Springfield, IL 62703.
Investing for Illinois / Treasurer's office feeling the pressure
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Wednesday, January 23, 2008
The uncertainty in world markets has created a ripple effect that reached early Tuesday into a third-floor room in a state government office building on Jefferson Street.
That's where a handful of state Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias' employees trade and invest billions of dollars on behalf of local governments and the state's general fund portfolio.
In that room, the busiest part of every weekday happens during the first 20 or 30 minutes, starting promptly at 7 a.m.
By 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, for instance, the employees had invested $6.6 billion by trading U.S. Treasury repurchase agreements and U.S. government agency repurchase agreements.
"We just spent more money than most people will in their entire lives," said Mark Polistina , portfolio manager for the treasurer's office. "I shouldn't say 'spent.' We invested it."
He, Sue Roth and Garry Dierkes shared the duties of making a flurry of phone calls, tapping on computer keyboards and saying such things as: "Ninety-five. You're on the board."
"I don't expect today to be a very fun day," Polistina said just before 7 a.m.
Later, he explained that he meant he didn't think rates for U.S. Treasury securities would be very good Tuesday. And they weren't.
His prediction was based in part on the knowledge that foreign equity markets, especially in Asia, had dropped between 5 percent and 8 percent overnight.
"When people perceive issues in the economy ... people flock to U.S. Treasuries," he said. "They buy quality. The highest-quality security you can own is a U.S. Treasury."
As demand increases for U.S. Treasury securities, their yield decreases, Polistina said.
Yield on a two-year Treasury note, for instance, dropped 25 basis points from Friday's close to Tuesday morning, when it was 2.10 percent. A year ago, yield on a two-year Treasury note was 4.91 percent.
Such declining numbers translate into lower earnings on investments for local governments, which pool their money into short-term investments called The Illinois Funds, and for the state's general fund portfolio.
Governments use their investment earnings for a variety of purposes, such as improving schools and transportation.
"There are going to be drops in the rates that we're able to get from the marketplace, and we want to make sure we're doing everything we can," Giannoulias said in an interview later Tuesday.
"It's tough for us to control the market. But we're going to keep on being safe, liquid and as aggressive as possible," he said, adding that the three priorities are in that order, with "safe" topping the list.
Shortly after Tuesday's early-morning trading session ended, Polistina read - on a big-screen TV tuned to the CNBC channel and on a computer - that the Federal Reserve had cut a key interest rate by 0.75 percent.
"What we saw today was the biggest cut since 1984," Giannoulias said later. "That's going to have a significant impact on our investments and our revenue going forward, so it is a concern."
Area stocks - Stock 52-week high Tuesday close ;Ameren Corp. $55.00 $45.78 Archer Daniels Midland 47.33 40.19 Deere & Co. 94.77 83.15 Caterpillar 87.00 63.82 Horace Mann 23.23 17.09
Caption: Mark Polistina , portfolio manager for the Illinois treasurer's office, pauses during early trading Tuesday. By 7:30 a.m., he and his fellow employees had invested $6.6 billion in state and local government money.
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SHERMAN - James Polistina , 73, of Sherman died Thursday, May 16, 2002, at Memorial Medical Center.
He was born Sept. 23, 1928, in Sherman, the son of Carmen and Lena M. Gazza Polistina .
Mr. Polistina worked for Capitol Group and retired from the
Sangamon County Highway Department in 1990.
He was a member of St. John Vianney Church, Sherman Athletic Club and the Sherman VFW.
Survivors: three daughters, Lisa (husband, Mark) Pell of Bullard, Texas,
Laura (husband, Paul) Carpenter of Chatham
and Linda Polistina of Sherman;
a son, Michael Polistina of Sherman;
eight grandchildren; a sister, Rose (husband, Harold) Bryant of Frenchburg, Ky.;
three brothers, Amato (wife, Doris), Robert and Ross Polistina , all of Sherman; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
OBITUARIES - State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Sunday, December 23, 2001
Nina P. Stender - SPRINGFIELD - Nina P. Stender, 61, of Springfield died Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001, at her home.
She was born April 9, 1940, in Springfield, the daughter of John and Laura McCormick Gust. She married Jack Stender in 1967 in Springfield; he preceded her in death in 1997.
Mrs. Stender was a data input operator for the state of Illinois and also had worked several years at the Georgian Restaurant, the Bar-B-Que Drive Inn and St. John's Hospital in housekeeping. She was a member of St. Cabrini Catholic Church and the Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 10302 Northenders.
Survivors: a son, Jack W. "Jay" Stender II (wife, Linda Polistina ) of Springfield; a daughter, Barbara Stender (husband, Lester Prier) of Springfield and Mount Pulaski; five grandchildren; two brothers, John T. (wife, Sue) Gust of Springfield and William J. (wife, Karen) Gust of Missouri; five sisters, Margaret M. Gust of Florida, and Mary Jane Shimkus, Ruth E. (husband, Ted) Quintard, Lois M. Gust and Kathryn E. (husband, Grant) Adams, all of Springfield; and several nieces and nephews.
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Thursday, November 9, 2000
Rocco Polistina - SHERMAN - Rocco Polistina , 67, of Suddith, Ky., formerly of Sherman, died Thursday, Nov. 7, 2000, at Veteran's Hospital in St. Louis. He was born Dec. 4, 1932, in Sherman, the son of Carmine "Chick" and Lena Polistina .
Mr. Polistina retired from Fiatallis after 30 years of service. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War and a member of St. Julia Catholic Church in Owingsville, Ky.
Survivors: four brothers, Amato "Mott" (wife, Doris), Jimmy (wife, Shirley), Robert and Ross Polistina , all of Sherman; a sister, Rose (husband, Harold) Bryant of Suddith; and several nieces and nephews.
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Kalb, Catherine S.
SPRINGFIELD - Catherine Sue Kalb, 54, of Springfield died peacefully with her family by her side at 8:13 a.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2009, at St. John's Hospice.
She was born Sept. 16, 1954, in Centralia, the daughter of Bob and Carol Smith Sherrock.
She was preceded in death by her mother.
She was a resident of Springfield for most of her life. She was a dental technician for 25 years with Oratech Laboratories.
She was a member of Animal Protective League and loved animals.
Surviving are a son, Charles (Heather) Kalb of Springfield; father,
Bob Sherrock of Williamsville;
two grandchildren, Hunter and Karle Kalb; brothers, Michael (Christine) Sherrock of Springfield and Ronald (Heidi) Sherrock of Williamsville; an aunt, Marilyn Oehmke; and two nephews, Clay and Kenyon Sherrock.
A memorial gathering will be held from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 2009, at Staab Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to a charity of donor's choice.
Sherman considering options for new park
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Friday, March 6, 2009
Author/Byline: AMANDA REAVY, THE STATE JOURNAL-REGISTER
SHERMAN - The Sherman Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee is asking residents what facilities and features they want included in a potential new 40-acre community park.
The seven-member committee has set up a Facebook group that residents can join to submit their ideas. It also put together a form for the public to rank the top five amenities they'd like to see in a park in the village of about 3,700.
The committee will in turn compile a feasibility study for the new park, said village board member Jeff Mitchell, the committee's chair.
The feasibility study will include design options, layout and cost estimates, he said.
Mitchell and Village President Trevor Clatfelter emphasized that the village board has made no commitment or decision to build a new park, and that the committee was assembled to develop a plan for a possible facility.
Any decision on a park and its funding would be brought before the community for consideration and approval, Clatfelter said.
The committee also is collecting ideas for a new veterans memorial and gateway park that's being developed on Sherman's north side.
Mitchell noted that the desire for more parks ranked high on a village-wide survey distributed in late 2007 to update Sherman's comprehensive plan. The survey results showed nearly 43 percent of residents said they were willing to pay for more parks.
Parks and recreation opportunities also were identified as issues needing improvement during Sherman's participation in sessions for a Western Illinois University program called MAPPING (Management and Planning Program Involving Non-metropolitan Groups) the Future of Your Community, he said.
"Sherman's growing pretty rapidly, and we're at a point where our park system right now isn't sufficient to support the population and the amount of young families that we have," Clatfelter said.
He said one potential park site is a 40-acre tract in the area of the Old Tipton Estates subdivision by the village water tower that would be available for sale if funding becomes available.
For now, he said the village wants to hear residents' "wish lists" for such a park.
To collect ideas, Clatfelter appointed six community members - John Bryant, Brad Davis, Steve Mumaw, Krista Sherrock , Dan Underwood and Brad Welker - as well as Mitchell, who is a landscape architect, to the parks and advisory committee.
Clatfelter said he asked the committee to come up with park features, such as baseball and softball diamonds that can be used as tournament sites, that can draw people into the village and spur economic development.
"We kind of want to work backwards off of the premise of, "You figure out how many baseball diamonds are needed to host one of these good-sized tournaments and all the other amenities in there as well,'" he said.
Clatfelter and Mitchell also noted that public input boosts a community's chances of receiving park grants from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources and other agencies.
The committee meets the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Sherman Village Hall, and the public is invited to attend. For those unable to, Mumaw has set up a Facebook group that people can join and submit their ideas.
Sherrock said suggestions the committee has received so far include baseball diamonds, soccer fields, bocce ball courts, a community center and a waking path.
The committee will consider these ideas, examine the costs and logistics involved and create a plan for the park.
"We're looking for a date somewhere around early summer to come back with a first draft plan on the park," Mitchell said.
Once the plan is complete, it will go to the village board's public buildings, grounds, parks and recreation committee and then on to the full board.
Amanda Reavy can be reached at 788-1525.
How to contribute
Those who want to submit the top five amenities they'd like to see in a Sherman park can pick up a form at the Sherman Village Hall, 401 St. John Drive. Residents also can join the Sherman Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee's group on Facebook to share their ideas. To do this, Facebook users must log in and type "Residents for Sherman Parks" in the search line. Once at the page, users may join the group and write their ideas in the comments section.
Many local school board, village seats up for election
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Thursday, January 29, 2009
Sherman: Three seats are open on the village board. Incumbents Ron Hickman, Kevin Schultz and Nancy Zibutis are running, along with challengers Tony Horner
and Krista Sherrock
APL OFFERS STRAY-CAT NEUTERING SERVICES
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Tuesday, May 2, 2000
The Animal Protective League of Springfield and Sangamon County will observe "Be Kind to Animals Week," Sunday through May 13 by offering an opportunity for limited-income area residents to obtain stray-cat neutering procedures for only $10.
At the same time, APL also will offer a rabies inoculation for $5.
An unspayed cat, her mate and all of their offspring, producing two litters per year, with 2.8 surviving kittens per litter, can total 11,801 in just five years.
Five local veterinarians, including the Waggin' Tails vet, Heidi Britt- Sherrock , are volunteering to neuter the cats brought to Waggin' Tails during "Be Kind to Animals Week."
Appointments must be made for the neuterings. Those interested in taking advantage of this effort should call 753-2141 today through Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.
Other veterinarians taking part in the effort are Richard Speck of Parkway Veterinary Clinic, Thomas Powell of Animal Medical Clinic, Rina Ward of Brewer Animal Hospital and William Wright of Capitol Illini Veterinary.
Because of the additional work involved on the part of Waggin' Tails staff members, the shelter will not be open to the public during the week of May 8-12.
Normal Saturday hours, 1 to 5 p.m., will resume May 13.
The Animal Protective League of Springfield and Sangamon County and its no-kill Waggin' Tails Shelter is an organization dedicated to caring for sick, stray and/or abused animals.
TITLE: PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Sunday, June 18, 1995
HEIDI BRITT- SHERROCK , daughter of Mrs. Wanda Britt of Williamsville, has graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine with a doctor of veterinary medicine degree.
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Tuesday, December 3, 1996
Sherrock -40th Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Sherrock Sr. of Williamsville celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a family dinner.
Sherrock and the former Barbara Jane Schmidt were married Nov. 23, 1956.
Mr. Sherrock is retired from Carolina Freight Co.
Mrs. Sherrock is retired from the insurance business.
They are parents of three children, Joe and John Sherrock of Williamsville and Mike Sherrock of Las Vegas, Nev. There are six grandchildren.
State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - Sunday, October 6, 1996
Sherrock -Furlong Krista Gae Furlong of Sherman and John Carroll Sherrock of Williamsville were married at 4 p.m. Sept. 7 at First United Methodist Church by the Rev.
Jerry E. Furlong.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Sharon Furlong of Sherman.
The groom is the son of Eugene Sr. and Barb Sherrock of Williamsville.
Serving as maid of honor was Kristine Callas. Jennifer Rauch, Judy Anderson, Ginger Payne, Sara Crowe, Michal Backes and Sabina Backes were bridesmaids. Flower girl was Jordan Kellerstrass. Ringbearer was Jesse Brenden Backes.
Kyle Johnson served as best man. Mike Harris, Joe Sherrock ,
Bill Howard, Mike Sherrock and Joseph Sherrock were groomsmen. Josh and Jacob Sherrock were ushers.
A reception was held at the American Center.
The bride is a graduate of Williamsville High School and Millikin University. She is employed by the Department of Human Rights.
The groom is a graduate of Williamsville High School and Lincoln Land Community College. He is employed by ALL TRI R Inc.
Black-Dees Tracey Kay Dees and Harvey Richard Black, both of Williamsville, were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. May 10. The Revs. Dan and Gay Crede officiated the ceremony at United Methodist Church in Williamsville.
The bride is the daughter of Wesley and Beverly Dees of Sherman. The bridegroom is the son of Harvey R. and Shirley Black of Williamsville.
Serving as matron of honor was Gina Peters, with Dawn Thompson, Sheila Rock, Cindy Jacques and Mary Rock serving as bridesmaids. Flower girl was Veronica Camille.
Best man was Stanley Kitchens. Groomsmen were Ron Camille, Mike Sherrock , Terry Casson and John Black. Mike and Pat Dees served as ushers, with Joey Sanzenbacher serving as ringbearer.
A reception was held at the Sherman Athletic Club.
Both are graduates of Williamsville High School. The bride is employed by Franklin Life Insurance Co.
The bridegroom is employed by Perry Braughton Trucking Co.
The couple will reside in Williamsville.