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Christy Lynn Miller, age 63, of Osgood passed away on Wednesday February 6, 2019 surrounded by her family. She was born on March 1, 1955 the daughter of the late Jack and Jaqueline (Flowers) Haines in Anderson, Indiana.Christy worked various jobs and most recently retired from Hill-Rom in Batesville. She enjoyed her family and was always willing to help in anyway possible.She is survived by sons; Jason (Haley) Joy of Alabama, Jered Miller of Osgood, and Michael Miller of Lawrenceburg, grandchildren; Justin Joy, Kienan Joy, Destiny Miller, and Gabby Miller, along with great grandchildren Payten and Carter Joy, and brothers John and Morey Haines, and sister Cathy Ann Samner. She was preceded in death by husband of nearly 40 years Edward Miller.Visitation will be held on Saturday February 9, 2019 from 4-5 pm. at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood, followed by funeral services at 5 pm. Memorials maybe given to the Ripley County Humane Society in care of the funeral home.
Staying true to his Ohio roots, Scott Shafer used to watch Syracuse-Boston College games growing up, since both sides often had players from his home state.“Now, being a part of it is very humbling,” Shafer said during the Atlantic Coast Conference coaches’ teleconference Wednesday morning. “In the week of Thanksgiving, I’m very thankful to be a part of such a great rivalry.”Now for the second season in a row, Shafer’s Orange (3-8, 1-6 ACC) takes on the Eagles (6-5, 3-4) to wrap up the regular season. The game is set for a 12:30 p.m. kickoff in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts on Saturday and will continue a rivalry that dates back to 1924, before carrying through the programs’ Big East tenures and now into their time in the ACC.“It’s an old Northeast battle between two programs that have storied histories on both sides,” Shafer said. “… I think it’s great for the conference. I think it’s a great thing for college football to see Boston College and Syracuse playing against one another year in, year out toward the end of the season.“… The last couple of years, we’ve had some good battles with old Northeast teams and this will be another opportunity for us.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn SU and BC’s first meeting as ACC opponents last November in the Carrier Dome, Syracuse blew a 21-7 lead over the Eagles, then staged a fourth-quarter comeback to prevail, 34-31, and finish the regular season 6-6 and clinch bowl eligibility.But due to a “rash of injuries” that Shafer said he’s never been around in his 24 years of coaching, the Orange is not in that position heading into this year’s regular season finale.Shafer said he doesn’t look at Saturday’s matchup as the Orange “staggering” into its final game.Instead, he views it as another learning opportunity for the his team’s youth as a banged-up SU team will rely on it one more time in 2014.Said Shafer: “What a great way to introduce a bunch of young guys — that are playing a little bit earlier than we thought they were going to — to a great rivalry in this conference and even before we were in this conference together.” Comments Published on November 25, 2014 at 12:34 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+