Matthew “Matt” S. Hummel, 46 of Moores Hill passed away Sunday May 7, 2017 in Dearborn County. Matt was born in Dearborn County, IN August 28, 1970 to George and Rose (Butler) Hummel. Matt was a former RN for Christ Hospital. He enjoyed his animals and collecting antiques and vintage clothing.Matt is survived by devoted mother: Rose Hummel of Moores Hill; brothers: Scott (Amy) Hummel of Moores Hill; Joe (Amy) Ryle of Versailles; uncle: Joe (Sherry) Hummel; 2 nieces: Georgia Hummel and Whitney Rodgers; 4 nephews: Colt Hummel, Brady and Corbin Ryle, and Alex VanHoose; beloved cousin: Angie Rollins; great-niece: Sophia; 4 really good friends: Mike Emery, Mark Lay, Jamie Reynolds, Candi Brewer. He was preceded in death by father: George Hummel and brother: David Hummel, grandparents, cousins and his beloved dogs.Celebration of his life will be May 20, 2017 1PM at his brother Scotts home. Memorials may be made P.A.W.S of Dearborn County. Sibbett-Moore entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032 (812)744-3280. Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
The two sides meet again in Monrovia on Tuesday.DR Congo and Zimbabwe are the other two teams in Group G and they play on Friday in Kinshasa and then on Tuesday in Harare, both nations have four points from their opening two games.Weah watched on as Merveil Ndockyt converted a cross on 15 minutes to give the hosts the lead at half-time in Brazzaville.Norway-based Sam Johnson levelled two minutes after the break with a powerful shot that was warmly applauded by Weah who played for Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan.However, Congo’s win was sealed with goals from two Princes – Ibara headed home after 62 minutes and Oniangue in the final minute of the game.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Liberia’s President George Weah watched on as his country’s national team lost 3-1 to hosts Congo in 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.The former world footballer of the year, played in an international friendly for Liberia in September.It was a first win in Group G for the Red Devils and lifts them to four points, leaving Liberia bottom of the pool with 1 point after three matches.