Joyce Ann Frondorf, 79, of Hutchinson, Kansas, passed away June 7, 2019 at Hospice House in Hutchinson surrounded by family. Joyce was born to Stanley and Jean (Wright) Espelage on January 17, 1940 in Cincinnati, Ohio. On June 28, 1958 Joyce married William Frondorf, Jr. in Cincinnati.Joyce worked as a research assistant for the University of Cincinnati, and was a member of St. Peters Catholic Church. She enjoyed sewing, reading, swimming and spending time with her family.Joyce is preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband William; son, Frank Frondorf; brother, Father Thomas Espelage and granddaughter Amanda Frondorf.She is survived by her daughter Janine (Greg) Barnes of Sunman, sons, James (Mary Beth) Frondorf of Sunman, Robert (Toyla) Frondorf of Hutchinson, KS, and Kyle (Jill) Frondorf of Flower Mound, TX; daughter-in-law, Patricia Frondorf of Sunman; sisters, Mary Jane Espelage of Ohio, Nancy (David) Jasper of Ohio, Linda (Paul) Weckenbrock of Indiana, Anne Wiesner of Ohio, Jeannie Griffin of Ohio; brothers, Stanley (Kathy) Espelage of Ohio; Harry (Sue) Espelage of Ohio, and Lawrence (Cordy) Espelage of Colorado; 12 grandchildren, Michelle (Paul), Alicia, Stephanie (Dan), Josh, Aaron, Kai, Adam, Jake, Michael, Brian (Lillie), Colin and Davis, and five great-grandchildren.Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at St. Peters Catholic Church, 1207 E. Road, Brookville, Indiana, with Father Vince Lampert officiating. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman, Indiana. 47041. Memorials can be directed to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital or Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Cincinnati.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe Foster Closet of Michigan Alpena County Branch would like to thank the community for their generous donations.The closet, which is a nonprofit organization helping out foster parents, and licensed relative care givers…providing them with various items including clothing, furniture, car seats and more.The closet recently received a donation by the DaVita Alpena Dialysis Center. They also received a check last month by the Northern Collision and Auto Repair.Alpena Branch Coordinator Lorilee McGee said they are thankful for the generosity from the community.“It’s great! I love it when people call me out of the blue and they say ‘we would like to donate to the foster closet. We believe in your vision and how can we help.’ It’s just exciting we’ve got such an overwhelming response from the community it’s such a blessing to live with such caring people,” McGee said.The Foster Closet Alpena Branch will be hosting a sorting day Saturday to organize items received by donations.Anyone who wants to participate can come to the closet located beside Thunder Bowl Lanes from 10 am until 3 pm.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: DaVita Alpena Dialysis Center, Foster Closet, Foster Closet Alpena Branch, Northern Collision and Auto Repair, Thunder Bowl LanesContinue ReadingPrevious Man in Custody After Threatening a Lewiston Woman with a GunNext Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Awarded Major Grant
Parasoft has announced the latest release of Parasoft SOAtest and Virtualize, which has extended support for continuous integration platforms. New plug-ins allow users to parse test results back into common CI platforms, including Bamboo, Jenkins, Microsoft VSTS, and Team City. The new release extends support for organizations that leverage Behavior Driven Development, which will pave the way for human-language test creation. Its integration with Cucumber allows customers to associate Gherkin plain text feature specifications with SOAtest test cases. The new release also includes enhancements to workflows in the web portal. “Software engineering teams attempting to implement Continuous Testing into a Continuous Integration process flow face the typical conflict of time-to-market vs. taking the time necessary to build a solid foundation of API tests,” stated Theresa Lanowitz, founder of research firm voke. “Time constraints force software engineering teams to accept a good enough approach and continue with the same ineffective, high level, and brittle web tests. It is critical that software engineering teams adopt solutions to enable easy creation and maintenance of API tests that can truly enable testers to help protect the brand and the business.”