Donna Louise Ketchum, 87

first_imgDonna Louise Ketchum, 87 of Adams, passed away on Friday, December 13, 2019 at her residence. Donna was born in Adams on February 10, 1932, the daughter of Elmer and Margaret (Swango) McDermott. On August 31, 1956 she married Charles H. Ketchum at the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church and he preceded her in death on October 13, 2009.Donna worked as an LPN and also at Federal Mogul/ NTN-BCA before she and her husband purchased the Ketchum Shell Gas Station they owned and operated for many years. She was a member of the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.Survivors include her daughters – Lorie (Mark) Young and Kathryn (Tom) Phillips of Greensburg; her sons – Charles D. Ketchum, John (Kim Holbrook) Ketchum and Maurice Ketchum of Greensburg; her grandchildren – Mary (Conner Armstrong) Young, Morgan Young, Deanna Phillips, Alexis (Ian) Robertson, Felicia (Chad) Templeton, Wesley Quinton, Johnathon (Kaylyn) Ketchum and Jared Ketchum; 8 great grandchildren; and one sister – Ruth Harold. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; three sisters – Evelyn June Dodd, Betty Marie McDermott and Pauline Holtkamp; and one granddaughter Kayla Young.Visitation will be held on Monday, December 16 from 4pm – 7pm at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. Funeral services will be on Tuesday, December 17 at 10:30 am also at the funeral home. Burial will follow at the Rossburg Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.last_img read more

Syracuse fans react to SU’s 24 point victory over Cornell

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Graphical breakdown of Syracuse men’s basketball’s 80-56 victory over CornellSyracuse men’s basketball uses its size advantage to dominate Cornell, 80-56, in final nonconference gameWhat we learned from Syracuse’s 80-56 victory over Cornell Published on December 27, 2016 at 8:54 pm Contact Nick: nialvare@syr.edu | @nick_a_alvarez Comments MORE COVERAGE last_img

Robust quarter sees IGT adjust 2018 earnings forecast

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon New York-listed gambling technology and lottery systems provider International Game Technology PLC (IGT) has revised its full-year 2018 earnings expectations, publishing a better than anticipated Q3 2018 trading update (period ending 30 September).Updating the market, IGT governance details solid lottery performance, combined with improved gaming KPIs which have helped the company deliver a 3% increase in adjusted EBITDA to $443 million (Q3 2017: $428m).  The technology group delivers a robust EBITDA performance despite recording a 5% decline in period corporate revenues to $1.15 billion (Q3 2017: $1.22bn) due to negative impacts on ‘ASC – revenue from contracts’ and client product adjustments.Closing its Q3 2018 trading, IGT declares a group operating profit of $200 million, reversing corresponding 2017 losses of $550 million, a period which saw the company write-down a North America Interactive gaming unit.“Global Lottery same-store revenues for instants and draw games rose mid-single digits. The installed base of gaming machines was up, and unit shipments of gaming machines increased 10%. And, we enjoyed particularly strong sales and profit growth in Italy, confirming the vitality of that important market. We are firmly on track to achieve our 2018 financial and operational goals.” Marco Sala, CEO of IGT.Posting a solid Q3 trading performance, IGT governance narrows its full-year 2018 EBITDA outlook to $1,740 – $1,780 billion range, in-line with the firm’s top half of corporate guidance.“We’ve delivered Adjusted EBITDA growth of 4% and 7% for the third quarter and year-to-date periods at constant currency and scope,” said Alberto Fornaro, CFO of IGT. “As a result, we are narrowing our Adjusted EBITDA outlook for 2018 to $1,740 – $1,780 million, the top half of the prior range.” Submit Brazil to issue initial plans on Caixa Loterias sale August 17, 2020 Share IGT ‘prudent on recovery’ as company absorbs H1 losses of $291m August 4, 2020 Share Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020last_img read more