Funeral services for Timothy will be at 7 PM Wednesday November 15, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church 9901 Central Ave. Dillsboro, In 47018 with Rev Richard Kolaskey officiating. Visitation will also be Wednesday 4-7PM at the church. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or Trinity Lutheran Church. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home, Dillsboro entrusted with arrangements. Timothy B. Walston, 58 of Versailles passed away November 12, 2017 at Mercy Health-West, Cincinnati. Timothy was born Friday April 3, 1959 the son of Donald and Wilma (Bushman) Walston. He married Rebecca (Swango) Walston on March 8, 1980 and she survives. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Dillsboro. He belonged to the Carpenters Local Union 758 in Indianapolis, and later 1142 in Lawrenceburg, and he retired from Community Mental Health as a maintenance supervisor. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, riding his “Harley” and riding his John Deere tractor around. He enjoyed his family the most; spending time with his two grandchildren.Timothy is survived by wife: Becky Walston of Versailles; sons: Travis (Renee) Walston of Evansville, IN; daughter: Amber (Billy) Meyer of Milan; brother Jay (Melissa) Walston of Dillsboro. 2 Grandchildren: Zoey Maria Meyer and Jackson William Meyer. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother: Steven M. Walston
StumbleUpon William Hill closes Stockholm Gametek office July 1, 2020 Submit EFL urges government to rethink gambling sponsorship ban July 3, 2020 Share PokerStars moves to refresh global appeal with ‘I’M IN’ August 18, 2020 Share Related Articles Independent online gambling group Sky Betting & Gaming (SB&G) has today published its interim results (26-week period 28 December 2017) reporting double-digit growth across its core metrics and product KPIs.The fast growth Leeds-based enterprise, reports period group revenues of £339 million up 47% on 2016/17: £230 million, recording a revenue split of Sky Bet £210 million (2016/17: £133 million) and Sky Gaming £117 million (2016/17: £89 million).During the period SB&G verticals would record + 2 million active customers, as the online gambling group declares an EBITDA increase of 92% to £118 million (2016/17: £62 million).In its corporate update, SB&G leadership details that it has been able to refine and optimise its customer offering through key investments in data and user content whilst enhancing its all-round betting markets’ range and customer promotions.Updating the market Richard Flint, CEO of Sky Betting & Gaming, commented: “The business continued to perform very well in the first half of 2017/18. Our focus on the customer, and delivering quality experiences, offers and promotions continue to differentiate our brand, and we extended our lead as the UK’s most popular online betting brand.”Leading SB&G operations, Flint continues to focus on developing sustainable and responsible online gambling frameworks. During the trading period, Sky Bet launched the industry’s first “safer gambling” campaign.“It was particularly pleasing to launch a fully integrated safer gambling campaign during the period, and we continue to increase our investment in research, data analysis and capability to provide a safe and responsible gambling environment for our customers.“We support a mandatory research levy and increased regulation from the Gambling Commission to protect customers that are at risk. We also extended our headline sponsorship of the English Football League for an additional five years, taking it through to the 2023/24 season, with responsible gambling at the heart of the agreement.”A tech-savvy SB&G continues to enhance the in-house development of its platform and systems, seeking to maintain a digital advantage over its UK legacy competitors. During the period, the operator significantly expanded its Yorkshire employee headcount and operations;“We are proud of our record of job creation and investment in Yorkshire, with an additional 230 jobs created in the period, as well as our contribution to regional and national taxation. A report by WPI Economics estimates that we contributed over £300 million gross value added to the Yorkshire economy in 2016/17, and we plan to continue investing in the region”.