Džeko, Barbarez and Teletović congratulated to golden Basketball Players: These Boys are a Miracle!

first_imgThe cadet national basketball team of B&H won the gold medal at the European Championship in Lithuania and impressed the entire nation. Congratulations started arriving from all sides, and Edin Džeko and Mirza Teletović were among the first ones who congratulated to golden boys.“In the hall in Kaunas I scored nine shots for three points once, and now I am 90 times happier than then. Bosnia and Herzegovina is the champion of Europe! These boys are a miracle. Thank you for making us so proud! Gold! I cannot believe it. This is fantastic. Congratulations to the profession, the Union and especially to the players,” wrote Teletović on his Twitter profile.B&H national team football player, Edin Džeko, also wrote on the social networks.“Champions of Europe! These boys are magnificent and the only thing I regret is that I will not have the opportunity to welcome these golden guys at the airport, but there will be opportunity to shake their hands! You conquered Europe, and in Kaunas, from where we went to the World Cup in Brazil, and congratulations on your spirit and desire! Now celebrate, you deserved it!” said Džeko in his message.The former captain of our national football team, Sergej Barbarez, watched the match with Lithuania in Kaunas as well, and he shared his feelings on Twitter. He mentioned the emotional finale and comments of Sabahudin Topalbećirević Baho and wrote that he actually made him cry. (Source: faktor.ba)last_img read more

James Walter Reef, 69, Goddard: June 15, 1944- Feb. 27, 2014

first_imgJames W. ReefJames Walter Reef, age 69, of Goddard, KS, died Thursday morning, February 27, 2014 at Medicalodges of Goddard, KS.  He was a retired carpenter.James was born to James J. Reef and Ruby C. (Jewell) Reef on June 15, 1944 in Thayer, MO.James was married to Virginia Lee Kirkpatrick and to this union two daughters, Leda and Brenda, were born.James enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, fishing, and playing bingo and rummy.  He loved praising God by singing and playing his guitar and was a devoted Bible reader.He was preceded in death by his parents.He is survived by his two daughters, Leda Hinkle and her husband Mark and Brenda Wray and her fiancée J. D. Stewart, all of Wichita; four grandchildren, Kimberly Terhune and her husband Stephen of Conway Springs, Wesley Tate of Colorado, Jennifer Freel and her husband William of Wellington, and Anthony Schneider of Great Bend, KS; two great grandchildren, Jaiden Freel and Colten Terhune.Funeral Services will be held at Frank Funeral Home on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 3 p.m.  Pastor Max Davis will officiate.  Interment will follow the service at Prairie Lawn Cemetery.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Sunday, March 2, 2014 from 1 to 8 p.m.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more