This Thursday, November 10th, Water Collective will hold their 6th Annual Gala to support clean water efforts for communities in West Africa and India. Held at the Union Square Ballroom, the event will feature music by DJ Coco Robert (MTV, VH1), an open bar, refreshments and special indoor experiences, including a look at the progress the organization has made through a photo/art gallery of images around the world. You can purchase tickets here.The event also has a silent auction planned, which has a number of exciting prizes. The Brooklyn Bowl recently contributed to the cause, offering up four tickets to any show as an item in the auction. Live For Live Music will also be donating two tickets to our Fool’s Paradise destination event in St. Augustine, FL next Spring and Brooklyn Comes Alive in Fall 2017, in addition to two tickets to any of our upcoming shows in NYC:-Kitchen Dwellers at American Beauty 11/11-Dumpstaphunk’s Phunksgiving Eve at American Beauty 11/23-Jazz is PHSH at the Cutting Room 11/26-Aqueous & Mungion at American Beauty 11/28-Spafford & the Magic Beans at American Beauty 12/30 or 12/31CEG Presents will also be offering tickets to over 50 of their upcoming shows in the NYC area, from Snarky Puppy to Marcus Kind Band. A full list of CEG offerings can be found at the bottom of this article.These tickets are just a few of many exciting options, including tickets to Hamilton the Musical, tickets to a New York Knicks game, a trip for two to Belize, a private villa for 6 in the Dominican Republic, field level New York Mets seats and a signed baseball, a Flywheel Sports package, and more.Water Collective is an international nonprofit that secures life-lasting clean water for rural communities in Africa and India. The organization was founded in 2011 to resolve the shortcomings of clean water access in the developing world, where 40% of water points are not working at any given time. 20-70% of installed handpumps in Sub-Saharan Africa are no longer functioning. In the estimated 1-4 billion people without safe drinking water, millions more have been stripped of a water source they used to have. In Africa alone it is estimated that in the past 20 years, 70 million people have lost access to safe water due to a failed source.You can find out more about this important cause here, and access the auction to Brooklyn Bowl and Live For Live Music tickets, among the many other prizes, here.1 Pair of Tickets For The Following Shows From CEG Presents:11/11 The Hip Abduction with Madaila @ Drom11/11 Reggae Night: Top Shotta Band ft. Screechy Dan, Challenger and Brother Jerome @ The Hall at MP11/12 God Street Wine @ Cutting Room Sold Out!11/15 Choir! Choir! Choir! With special guest Colin Hay @ The Hall at MP11/17 Monkey Ranch: Music of The Radiators & more “Walking to New Orleans” @ The Hall at MP11/17 Give Thanks To The Funk Darla with Yellowcake @ Drom11/18 Monkey Ranch: Music of The Radiators & more “Crawfish & Chips” @ The Hall at MP11/18 A Tribute to Bon Jovi & Journey with BonJourney @ Drom11/18 Dopapod & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong @ Irving Plaza11/19 Monkey Ranch: Music of The Radiators & more “Fish Head Soul Explosion” @ The Hall at MP11/25 Official Lotus at PlayStation Theater After-Party with Luke The Knife and Beard-o-Bees @ BB King Blues Club11/26 Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles @ Brooklyn Bowl11/26 Jazz is PHSH @ Cutting Room – 8pm & 11pm Shows12/2 Philip Lassiter ft. Jay Jennings, Justin Stanton, & Mike Maher of Snarky Puppy @ The Hall at MP12/3 Pressing Strings with Little Bird, Mo Lowda & The Humble @ Drom12/7 Street Corner Symphony with Andy Davis @ le poisson rouge12/15 Rebirth Brass Band w/ Pitchblak Brass Band @ The Hall at MP12/16 Rebirth Brass Band w/ John The Martyr, DJ Cochon de Lait @ The Hall at MP | 8pm & 11pm Shows12/17 Rebirth Brass Band with DJ Cochon de Lait @ The Hall at MP | 8pm & 10:30pm Shows12/18 Holidelic ft. Everett Bradley @ Highline Ballroom12/18 NRBQ @ The Hall at MP12/21 Boy Named Banjo with Kendall Street Company, Moose Kick and Chestnut Groove @ The Hall at MP12/22 The Last Schmaltz with The Jewbadours featuring Ari Hest, Julian Velard & Colin Smith @ Highline BallroomPre and Post-Phish at MSG | www.phishafterparties.com12/28 Thankful for Being Amy: An All-Star Tribute to Amy Winehouse ft. Elise Testone @ The Cutting Room | 8pm & 11:55pm12/28 Hayley Jane & The Primates Do BOWIE @ Lucille’s at BB King Blues Club | 11:55pm12/28 Particle @ American Beauty | 11:55pm12/29 Dead Sessions The Music of The Grateful Dead @ American Beauty | 4pm & 11:55pm12/29 Kung Fu @ The Cutting Room | 11:55pm12/29 lespecial @ Drom | 11:55pm12/30 Pink Talking Fish: Animals @ Gramercy Theatre 11:55pm12/30 Marcus King Band @ The Cutting Room | 11:55pm12/31 The Stella Blue’s Band @ American Beauty | 4pm12/31 Holly Bowling @ The Cutting Room | 3pm12/31 NYE Late Night James Brown Dance Party feat. Clyde Stubblefield of James Brown Band, Giant Country Horns, Elise Testone & more | 1:30am (Technically 1/1)12/31 NYE Late Night Snarky Puppy @ Irving Plaza | 1:30am (Technically 1/1)12/29 The Skints @ The Knitting Factory12/30 Snarky Puppy @ Irving Plaza | 8pm12/31 Snarky Puppy @ Irving Plaza | 8pm12/31 NYE with Too Many Zooz and Brasstracks @ Gramercy Theatre | 8pm1/5 Dirkschneider Back to Roots Tour – 2 Hour set with only Accept Songs @ Stage 481/21 Almost Queen- A Tribute to Queen @ Highline Ballroom2/18 Ripe, Lawrence @ Irving Plaza2/23 Lordi @ Stage 483/25 Beyond The Wall: The Complete Pink Floyd Experience Music from The Wall & Beyond @ The Hall at MP
MAYVILLE — A Chautauqua County Grand Jury has indicted a Jamestown man on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with a stabbing last month. A Chautauqua County Court Clerk tells WNYNewsNow that Carl W. Sorenson, 28, was indicted on Thursday. Sorenson was arraigned Monday in front of Judge David Foley and plead not guilty. The Clerk adds that bail was set at $350,000 cash/$700,000 property bond.The next scheduled date is October 5 at 10:30 am for an Omnibus hearing.A motion dismissing the second-degree murder charge against Jamestown man Carl Sorenson was denied during a preliminary hearing in Jamestown City Court July 17. Public Defender Ned Barone entered the motion on behalf of Sorenson, saying that the defendant is “entitled to a preliminary hearing.”Chautauqua County First Assistant District Attorney Derek Gregory, however, says there’s “no basis” for a dismissal. Gregory says the District Attorney’s Office is proceeding to a Chautauqua County Grand Jury with the case.District Attorney Patrick Swanson will be handling the prosecution.Jamestown Police charged Sorenson in the death of 23-year-old Brandon Holland who was stabbed in the chest while walking on the sidewalk along North Main Street between East 4th and East 5th Streets around 10:14 p.m. July 6.Holland was taken to UPMC Chautauqua Hospital where he died of his injuries.Sorenson, according to police, is also a New York State Parolee. Officers say he was taken into custody July 7 by investigators at his apartment on Washington Street in Jamestown.A reward, meanwhile, is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of a man wanted by Jamestown Police and the U.S. Marshalls in connection with the case.According to Buffalo Crime Stoppers, $2,500 is being offered for information on Jason Talley.Jamestown Police Captain Robert Samuelson tells WNYNewsNow’s Matt Hummel that Talley is wanted in connection with the Brandon Holland murder case.Talley is believed to be in the Buffalo or Rochester area. Samuelson confirmed on Tuesday that police are still actively looking for Talley.Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at (716) 867-6161.Tips can also be submitted by dowloading the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App in the Apple App store or Google Play store.Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York CA, Inc. has reached an $11-million settlement to resolve claims that the Islandia-based technology company defrauded 179 government agencies in New York, eight states and the federal government, prosecutors said.CA, formerly known as Computer Associates, double-billed government customers when the entities renewed annual computer-software maintenance and service plans that CA sold from 2001 to 2009, according to the New York State Attorney Genera’s office.“This agreement reimburses … government entities for years of overcharges,” said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, “money that will go toward valuable services for taxpayers at a time when budgets are stretched thin.”New York State will receive a total of $708,795, which will be distributed to overcharged government entities, including the MTA, Nassau County, as well as East Williston, Plainview-Old Bethpage and South Country school districts.Those and other agencies will be reimbursed between $155 and $75,344, by far the largest sum statewide recouped by New York City.The settlement stemmed from a 2006 lawsuit filed in Central Islip federal court under the False Claims Act by CA whistleblower employee Ann-Marie Shaw, who will receive $141,759, or 20 percent of New York’s recovery.The fraud began a year after CA founder and New York Islanders owner Charles Wang quit as CEO, a year before he resigned as chairman of the company’s board and in the midst of a tumultuous period for the company when Wang’s successor, Sanjay Kumar, pleaded guilty to securities fraud, for which he’s serving 12 years in prison.CA, a four-decade-old Fortune 500 company that has about 14,000 employees in more than 100 offices worldwide, reported $4.6 billion in revenue this year.
35SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Just because you are watching your money closely, doesn’t mean you can’t travel to a luxury resort without breaking the bank. My husband and I recently traveled to Turks and Caicos Islands and although the resort and its amenities were quite pricey, we were able to fully enjoy our trip because of a variety of smart money choices we made while there. From our experience, here are a few ways you can have a luxury tropical vacation (or an incredible honeymoon) without going broke.Go to the groceryWe immediately learned from other travelers that stopping by the local grocery store for food and beverages was critical to saving money. Like many other locales, resorts in the Caribbean are known to be extremely pricey. We learned this the hard way after spending over $100 on our first lunch on the property upon our arrival. We quickly made plans to bike ride to the store and we saved tremendously on necessities for our week stay. For example, instead of eating every meal at expensive restaurants, because our room had a full kitchen, we bought items to cook for lunch and planned to eat dinners out instead.Walk (or bike) don’t rideInstead of paying for taxis every time we needed to travel around town, we decided early on we would either walk or ride the bikes provided by the resort. Also, we learned quickly that renting a car for getting around town was also pricey. So, by walking and biking instead of riding, we not only saved money but also got some much-needed exercise.Listen to the localsOne of our favorite evenings during our week stay was the night of the local fish fry. Locals working at the resort informed us of the event, hosted by the local tourism department. At the event, we not only found great food at low prices, but also inexpensive souvenirs handmade by local merchants. So, by listening to suggestions from those from the area, we were able to get a glimpse of the local culture, meet Turks natives, all while saving greatly on food, drinks, and gifts.
Sources TransUnion survey https://www.ncua.gov/files/letters-credit-unions/20-cu-02-ncua-actions-related-covid-19.pdf This is an unprecedented time, both personally and professionally. While many of us adjust to a new normal of video conferences and dining tables-turned-offices, community banks and credit unions face market disruptions. To help our customers address this uncertainty, I sat down with Josh Turnbull, Vice President of Community Banks and Credit Unions for TransUnion.Question 1: What reactions are you seeing in the market?Broadly speaking, we are seeing two very different types of reactions.Some institutions are pulling back — they’re moving from growth to protecting assets, tightening lending standards, pulling back on marketing, and entering survival mode. The focus is on weathering this storm and resuming business on the other side of it.Other institutions see this as an opportunity — albeit wrapped in challenges — and recognize a perhaps once-in-a-lifetime moment to make an impact while doubling down on their mission of serving their communities. These institutions will focus on how to serve members or customers with changing financial circumstances; they’ll evolve their service strategies. While doing that, they’ll also ensure they are managing new risks posed by the conditions we’re navigating.Question 2: With so many people facing income volatility and uncertainty, how are community institutions supposed to serve them?This is where understanding who members and customers are — and their potential needs — becomes so important. Many people are making day-to-day decisions right now; they’re not spending time thinking about whether or not they have the right financial product. Decisions about how to navigate a changing financial circumstance are overwhelming for many consumers. We know that 65% of consumers are more likely to consider an offer if it’s specific to their financial needs and goals in normal times.Pulling back on fees is a great way to demonstrate flexibility and to keep a few more dollars in peoples’ pockets in times of need. In addition to measures like that, we expect many institutions to take more concerted efforts to provide flexible solutions to help people in their community.Lenders that want to make an impact are taking a proactive look at their portfolios and identifying where early outreach is the best option. Many are also segmenting and prioritizing their portfolios for effective management in the weeks and months ahead. They’re looking for people with mortgages who could benefit from a lowered monthly payment or may have untapped equity to refinance and firm up monthly obligations. They’re evaluating credit card portfolios for people who would benefit from a line increase. They’re thinking about rolling out short-term liquidity loans or other vehicles cited in a recent NCUA letter to those who would benefit and not be overburdened.Question 3: In some cases, extending more credit isn’t the right answer. What then?As the former head of a regulatory agency once told me bluntly, “you don’t solve an income problem with a credit product.” The byproduct of financially struggling communities will be an increase in delinquencies. But there are tactics community institutions can take to minimize and manage through that.First, minimize the number of consumers that find themselves behind on their bills. If an institution has good mechanisms in place to understand their customers and to spot signs of financial stress — and spot it early — they are in a good position to be proactive. Personally, I’m much more likely to respond to an offer to skip a payment or restructure a loan than I am to call a phone number and explain that I’m suffering financially and ask about options.For those customers and members who do miss payments, ensuring that you have accurate contact information allows you to quickly make contact and avoid even further delinquencies. And having insights on who to contact and who to prioritize gives you the opportunity to help more people avoid serious financial situations that could have lasting repercussions.Question 4: How are institutions adapting service strategies?The large institutions with armies of developers and IT budgets in the billions can seem more than a little daunting as community institutions think about digital strategies. But there are very real and easy ways to support existing members or customers. In these uncertain times, the need to do that has never been more important.On the servicing front, institutions are ensuring that members have the ability to conduct day-to-day business — such as making deposits, transferring money — through mobile apps and sites, and getting more people comfortable with these tools. The good news is that these capabilities are nearing ubiquity.For most community institutions, the account-opening front still lags and relies on in-person processes or manual decisions. Community institutions are accelerating timelines on projects to stand up digital account-opening capabilities, present customers and members with qualified offers, and remove some of the manual processes that rely on heavy in-person staffing. Innovative approaches are allowing institutions to be the responsive partner consumers are looking for.Question 5: We’ve seen spikes in fraud following natural disasters. Should we expect the same now?If there’s a silver lining in what we’re all experiencing, it’s the many examples of generosity and communities supporting themselves. Unfortunately, there’s a sinister element that sees times like these as an opportunity to escalate fraud. People are distracted and nervous. Businesses are focused on other things. And community institutions are trying to push the boundaries of their faceless channels.This is a time when community institutions need to take a serious look at the fraud controls in place and ask if they’re effective. Do they detect fraud now? Do they protect the identities of those in the community in a vulnerable time? Do they do an adequate job as more business shifts to digital? Do they require significant manual intervention and back office processes, tying up staff teams that could be focused on helping members or customers? If not, now is the time to find the right partner to help.This is a stressful and trying time — and the thousands of community banks and credit unions that are the lifeblood for small businesses and consumers find themselves in uncharted waters. However, because of a deep rooting in communities, they know their north star. Those who act quickly to adapt and serve the changing needs of their communities are likely to look back on this time proud of how they navigated unprecedented times. More importantly, they can see how they were able to serve the needs of their community and emerge as stronger, more competitive institutions. 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Sean Flynn Sean Flynn joined TransUnion in 2018 and has dedicated his entire career to the credit union movement. His primary responsibilities include developing TransUnion’s presence in the credit union market … Web: https://www.transunion.com Details
Log in with your social account Facebook Linkedin President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is planning to expand his power through the omnibus bill on job creation, as the bill would grant him the authority to create and revoke laws simply by issuing government regulations to resolve businesspeople’s complaints.Article 170 of the draft law, a copy of which was obtained by The Jakarta Post, stipulates that the government can consult with House of Representatives leaders in devising such regulations. The omnibus bill, submitted to the House for deliberation last week, would also give the president the authority to revoke provincial and regency/city-level bylaws as well as gubernatorial and regency/mayoral regulations that contradict government regulations by issuing presidential regulations.Lawmakers at the House and experts say such provisions, if approved, would weaken the House’s legislative function, as … Topics : executive investment-climate power authoritarian House authoritarian-leadership Jokowi bylaws omnibus investment Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Google
LifestyleRelationships 5 Wrong Ways to Get Over Your Ex by: – August 29, 2011 80 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share Share There comes a time in every person’s life when we have no choice but to get over ourselves. Yeah, we’ve made tons of mistakes in our own relationships, or maybe we have friends that have been in bad relationships from the very start and it was only a matter of time before their mate finally showed their true colors. The good news? When it’s all said and done, we don’t have to lose our dignity when we’re trying to move on.Think about how much time you’ve spent trying to make things work in a relationship, only to find out that things are better off broken. Why give away so much energy to people that are just not right for you? So, why lose sleep over your ex? There are good ways to get over your ex and there are tons are wrong ways that will leave you even more confused and upset. Why not take the easy road to recovery?Here are 5 wrong ways to get over your ex, and some rightalternatives to consider:1. Stop Being RevengefulSome people think the best cure to heartbreak is to get payback. So, you spend hours and hours, angry texting and playing phone tag with your ex, only to start a shouting match over the phone. Yes, it does feel good to release all of the tension you’ve had since you’ve broken up, but does it really change anything? The truth is you’re only wasting breath and giving yourself more of a reason to be upset. Plus, your ex is probably feeling great, because they know that they still have that effect on you. So, why even bother?Right Way: The best solution to let your ex know that you are happy and better than ever is to forgive them for their shortcomings and start living your life with purpose.Related: Revenge: Is It Worth It?2. No ReboundingAfter a bad breakup, the worst thing you could ever do is to rush into another relationship. Don’t get me wrong, there are quite a few people who don’t like to be alone and feel like they need that sense of companionship, but what if it’s just too soon?Right Way: Everyone owes it to themselves to take time out to heal after being in an unstable relationship. So, take some much needed “me” time and you’ll be happy that you never rushed into anything.3. Don’t Try to Rewrite HistoryOften we find ourselves making the same mistakes over and over again. We become closed minded on our preferences, simply because we get too caught up in what we think is right for us. How many times have we chosen someone that we thought was so right, but they turned out to be so wrong?Right Way: Stop comparing everyone to your ex and have an open mind when getting back into the dating scene. Remember that everyone is not the same, so just because your ex broke your heart, doesn’t mean that it has to happen again. 4. Going Into IsolationBreaking up has a way of making us all feel like you just want to shut the world out and be left alone, so we hide underneath our workload and act as if the world is over. There’s nothing wrong with feeling this way, but the more you keep to yourself the worse you will eventually feel.Right Way: Don’t just hide from the problem – confront it and move on. It’s time for you to bounce back in a healthy way by enjoying life!5. Staying ConnectedExes have a way of thinking that it’s okay to keep in touch, whether by email, text messaging or talking on the phone. Sometimes it’s not a bad idea to stay friends, but do you really want to stroll down memory lane?Right Way: First off, you have to know what’s best for you. If staying in touch with your ex is something that you simply cannot do, then don’t do it. Let the past be the past and start to look forward to your bright future.Overall, going through a breakup will always be hard, but it’sentirely possible to get over your ex minus the headache and the unnecessary heartache. So, anytime you experience a breakup, keep in mind the right ways to get over your ex and you’ll be on your way to the road of recovery.What helped you get over your ex?By Laura Yarborough,BounceBack.com Editorial Staff
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza says it is time to jettison “what will people say” mentality if girls and women are to attend their full potentials in life. The six Grand Slam winner maintained that the mentality has killed a lot of dreams, thus forcing many to merely dream about what would have loved to be without achieving it. A popular face in Nigeria in the good days of Ogbe Hard Court, Heineken futures and the Governors Cup in Lagos, Mirza was speaking during a webinar organised by the All India Tennis Association and the Sports Authority of India (SAI). She thanked her parents for standing by her in spite of the fact that their stand appeared contrary to the norm “What we were doing was against the norm. I started playing at age of six and at that time a girl picking up the racquet and dreaming of playing Wimbledon was laughed at. “Log kya kahenge (what will people say) has killed more dreams than anything else. I was lucky to be born to parents, who did not care about it.”, she enthused. She however expressed confidence that the situation will improve for the better as women athletes are gradually being accepted in India. “I take huge pride in the fact that outside cricket, the biggest sports stars are women athletes. If you see magazines, billboards, you find women sports stars. That is a huge step; I know how difficult it is to pursue a sport being a woman,” “This is a signal that things have changed but we have miles to go before we reach the point where when a girl picks up boxing gloves, or a badminton racquet or says ‘I want to be a wrestler’, it’s not out of ordinary, it should become natural progression.” She submitted The 33 year old charged up and coming athletes to be steadfast noting that “Secret to success is competitiveness. I was always aggressive, did not mind losing a few matches or making mistakes at junior level. The goals were bigger. My parents never blamed me after I lose a match ” India’s Mirza against America;’s Serena williams She equally recalls that playing against American tennis great Serena Williams was a confidence booster. “The belief that you can be the best is a must. When I competed against Serena Williams, it gave me a confidence boost, “she recalled. India;s Badminton star shuttlers P V Sindhu India boasts of a number of trailblazing women athletes, who have achieved significantly at the world stage. Read AlsoMaria Sharapova recalls fun dinner with Novak Djokovic Olympic medal-winning shuttlers P V Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, six-time world champion boxer M C Mary Kom, Asian Games champion wrestler Vinesh Phogat, and former world champion weightlifter Mirabai Chanu are among the lot making waves globally FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Pretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueKendall Jenner’s Photos Have Never Looked This Good!Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian20 Photos Of Kendall Jenner That Force You Love Her Even More Loading…
(Pictured left to right) IndyCar driver Scott Dixon, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles, IndyCar driver Jack Harvey, NHRA Top Fuel driver Terry McMillen, IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan, Sprint Car driver Justin Grant, IndyCar driver Pippa Mann, Frye, former IndyCar team manager Andrew O’Gara, former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher, IndyCar driver Conor Daly, IndyCar driver Alexander Rossi and IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball.Indianapolis, In. — Republican state representative from Greensburg Randy Frye honored drivers and members of the motorsport industry with a resolution on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. The motorsports industry has stimulated economic growth and attracted millions of visitors to Indiana annually for events like the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400 and the NHRA Drag Racing U.S. Nationals.
Mark Edward Dunn, 45, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Wednesday August 12, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio.He was born January 28, 1975 in St. Petersburg, FL, son of James G. Dunn and Pamela (Slayback) Griffith.Mark enjoyed the outdoors and wildlife. He loved fishing, swimming in the creek and camping. Mark enjoyed fixing things, he helped all the neighbors. He was extremely compassionate, he would give anything for anyone, he was very selfless. Mark enjoyed spending time with his children, and he loved to be with Glory and Rosie.Mark is survived by his father, James “Gary” Dunn, Aurora, IN., mother, Pam (Shawn) Griffith of Asheville, NC; fiancé, Diana Davis of Aurora, IN.; children, Samantha Dunn of Asheville, NC, Steven Dunn of Dupont, IN, Sierra Dunn of Asheville, NC, Scotty Dunn of Brandon, FL, Glory Davis of Aurora, IN, Rosie Davis of Aurora, IN; siblings, Monica Marino of Bennington, IN, Marti (Daniel) Abbey of Montgomery, TX, and Michael (Carrie) Land of Brandon FL.Services will be held at the convenience of the family.Contributions may be made to the Charity of choice. You may call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com