Patrick P. “Pat” Riede

first_imgPatrick Philip Riede, 61, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away WednesdayMay 1, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana surrounded by family.He was born March 14, 1958 in Cincinnati, OH, son of the late Robert T Riede and Joan (Gates) Fields.Patrick proudly served his country for four years in the Navy. He was stationed on the aircraft carrier Eisenhower.  He worked as a Service Rep for RF Technology, with over 7 years of service.Pat enjoyed fishing, woodworking and puzzles. He collected Hot Wheels, he had a garage full. He was also a wheeler dealer, buying and selling Hot Wheels. Pat was an avid Cincinnati Bengals fan. He was an avid softball player and he coached baseball for his boys. Pat will be greatly missed by his family and friends.Patrick is survived by his loving spouse of 6 years Terry Lynn Riede (Fath), step mom, Mary C. Riede of West Harrison, IN; children, Annie Riede of Wrightsville Beach, NC, Jacob Riede of Chesney, SC, Joshua Riede of San Diego, CA, Thomas Broxterman of Cincinnati, OH, David (Kylee) Broxterman of Columbus, OH; siblings, Gwendolyn (Dan) Hardwick of Suman, IN, Dale (Barbara) Riede of North College Hill, OH, Kurt Riede of Cincinnati, OH, Penni (Edward) Fowls of West Harrison, IN, Amie (Stephen) Rogers of Lawrenceburg, IN, Lorie Fennell (Craig) of Long Beach, CA, Alex (Jennifer) Riede of Loveland, OH, Susannah (James) Cunningham of Greenwood, IN; grandchildren, Jayden & Rose Riede.He was preceded in death by his parents.Friends will be received 5-8 pm on Monday, May 6, 2019 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday at the Funeral Home with Pastor Tommy Beatley officiating.Contributions may be made to PAWS or the American Cancer Society. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Syracuse men’s basketball roundtable: The Orange’s best lineup, Dajuan Coleman’s emergence and Tyler Lydon’s position

first_img Published on December 9, 2016 at 10:45 pm After starting out 4-0, Syracuse (5-3) has lost three of its last four games. In that span the Orange has mustered only 50 points in two different games and changed its starting lineup.Our beat writers Connor Grossman, Matt Schneidman and Paul Schwedelson answer three questions surrounding the Orange.1. How would you assess Syracuse’s new starting lineup with Tyus Battle, and without Tyler Roberson?Connor Grossman: According to Jim Boeheim, “it wasn’t even a decision” to bench Roberson in favor of the freshman. Looking at Roberson’s offensive blackout, it’s hard to disagree. What did Boeheim have to lose? Admittedly, it was a bit of a defensive concession, specifically on the boards. But Andrew White is now playing the 3, a position he’s more comfortable in, and Tyler Lydon is around the basket more on offense as a 4, where Boeheim said he’s more effective offensively. What’s more is Battle, in theory, brings a new jolt of life to Syracuse’s offense. He showed in his starting debut against North Florida with 19 points, and immediately hit a 3 to get SU going early against UConn. There’s not much for the Orange to be overly confident about right now, but I think this lineup is worth sticking with.Matt Schneidman: I definitely agree that Battle brings a spark to this offense, and it’s a spark Syracuse desperately needs. If the Orange was struggling defensively, Jim Boeheim might be better suited to stick with Roberson but like you said Connor, White and Lydon shifting down a spot isn’t hurting the defense. Battle is one of the top two or three 3-point shooters on the team and he’s flashed some promise from deep in the last two games. If he can continue that for the rest of SU’s nonconference schedule, then this is a new lineup Syracuse should eventually reap the benefits of.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJacob Greenfeld | Asst. Photo Editor2. What’s gotten into Dajuan Coleman lately? Is everything finally coming together for the big man on both sides of the ball, and can we expect it to continue?C.G.: After losing to South Carolina, Boeheim said his best team was with Lydon at center. Coleman and Paschal Chukwu were “not ready to play at this level.” Specific to Coleman, the response has been remarkable. In the three games since he’s averaged 29 minutes per game after averaging 14 through five games. He’s unveiled somewhat of an unexpected jump shot that he’s always had, he said, but he’s now provided Syracuse with 37 points over the last three games. The capper was a double-double against UConn on Monday when he collected 16 rebounds. I’m not sure it’s reasonable to expect him to keep up with this pace, but it would be a hell of a boost for SU while it sorts out other woes.Paul Schwedelson: I agree with you that it doesn’t make sense to “expect” Coleman’s success to continue since this is the first time in his career that his jumper has been this good. This will be fascinating to track throughout the rest of the nonconference schedule. If it continues into conference play, it’s fair to say I would be shocked. For a player to add an entirely new dimension to his game as a fifth-year senior is rather remarkable. After SU faced South Carolina, Boeheim said he needed to see “something” from Coleman, implying he hadn’t seen anything yet to that point. He’s played extremely well since, but the law of averages says this won’t continue. But this is why we love sports, no?Jacob Greenfeld | Asst. Photo Editor3. Boeheim said SU’s best offensive lineup is with Tyler Lydon at center, not the 3. Now in the new starting lineup, he’s playing the 4. Where does he fit best?M.S.: Lydon, in my opinion, is best as a stretch-4. There, he factors into SU’s best offensive lineup with Frank Howard, Battle, White and Coleman surrounding him. I agree that it doesn’t matter where he as an individual plays on offense because he’s still going to strive to be multi-dimensional even if his shot isn’t falling now. It’s a matter of where his position allows others to slide into the lineup and right now, Lydon playing power forward gives the Orange the best chance to win in terms of where the other four slide in.P.S.: If you were to describe a prototypical stretch-4, you would say a 6-foot-9, 220-pound shooter who could score from anywhere on the court and also grab some occasional rebounds. That’s essentially what Lydon is. His ability to shoot allows SU to space the floor when he plays the 4. When he’s at the 3, he’s not around the basket enough to get rebounds and easy putbacks. One of the most important aspects of Coleman’s breakout has been that he gives SU production from the center position. Without an effective center, Lydon has to be relied upon at that spot. But his natural spot is as a stretch-4. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Fenerbahce enter talks with Chelsea over midfield starlet

first_img 2 TOP WORK Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ The 25-year-old spent last season on loan at PSV Eindhoven and he impressed with a number of strong performances.Van Ginkel’s manager for his time at the Dutch club was former midfielder Phillip Cocu, who is now set to takeover at Fenerbahce.The Turkish giants are in talks with 47-year-old coach and as part of negotiations they have asked him who he wants to sign. Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Fenerbahce have kicked off talks with Chelsea over a deal for Marco van Ginkel.As talkSPORT told you on Wednesday, the Turkish club are interested in the midfielder. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade getty three-way race IN DEMAND Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer LATEST TRANSFER GOSSIP ON TALKSPORT.COM 2 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing targets LATEST Van Ginkel has spent the last two and a half years on loan at PSV, scoring 31 times in 64 games LIVING THE DREAM moving on Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Dutchman Cocu is set to quit PSV for Fenerbahce this summer targets The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland REVEALED RANKED And, according to Milliyet, Cocu has pressed so hard for van Ginkel that Fenerbahce are now in talks with Chelsea.The two clubs have kicked off negotiations and there is hope a deal could be struck quickly.Chelsea are currently deciding whether to loan van Ginkel out again – or let him leave permanently.last_img read more