John Adrian Sellers, 61, of Greensburg, Indiana passed away on April 15, 2020 at Seton Long-term Care, Indianapolis. He was born July 12, 1958 in Kendallville, Indiana, the son of Harold and Dorislea Smith Sellers. He was a 1977 Graduate of East Noble High School, earned his Bachelor of Science from Manchester University in 1981 and Masters from Ball State University. John was also a licensed Guidance Counselor.On July 27, 1991 he married Deborah June Bean Sellers and together they had two sons, Sean Christopher and Kyle David. John retired from Greensburg Community School Corporation after 27 years of service as a science teacher, coach and guidance counselor. He returned as a teaching assistant the past three years.John was passionate about Greensburg Pirate Basketball. He coached his sons, Freshman Boys, Lady Pirates High School, Junior High programs and kept the scorebook for the Boys Varsity games. John also coached Lady Pirate Golf, football and helped out at track meets.John was also passionate about golf. If it was a sunny day he would be hitting golf balls in the back yard, at the Country Club, playing with friends and former classmates. He loved the sport and was given the opportunity years ago to attend a Masters practice round. Along with that, he had the opportunity to work at a PGA event and drive his idol Arnold Palmer around the course before his round. John enjoyed earning his pilot’s license and was a third degree black belt. He loved watching the Chicago Cubs, Notre Dame Football and IU basketball, sometimes.John was a member of the Greensburg United Methodist Church, Greensburg Country Club, Optimist and a board member of the Greensburg Community Schools Foundation.Survivors include: Wife, Deborah Sellers; Sons, Sean Christopher and Kyle David. His brother and sister in-law; Dave and Melissa Fischer. His niece and nephew Olivia and Shane Smith. Wrigley, his faithful Australian Shepherd. He is preceded in death by his parents; grandparents and in-laws David and Carolyn Bean.A drive thru visitation* will take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 from 4PM – 7PM under the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home carport. A private graveside service will be held for family with a celebration of life planned for a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Greensburg Community Schools Foundation, Greensburg United Methodist Church and American Heart Association. Please visit www.gilliland-howe.com to leave a condolence for the family or to sign the digital guestbook.*From Leslie and Braiden – In an effort to stay within the current state mandated guidelines, but still try our best to allow families and friends the opportunity to offer condolences in person during these trying times, we are planning to offer a drive thru visitation under the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home carport. The entry point is currently planned to be off of North Street, in the alley behind the funeral home, on the east side of the building (closest to the Post Office roadside mailboxes). Lining up in the street will not be permitted. Please follow the traffic around the building. You must remain in your vehicle during your entire visit. We appreciate your patience with this new concept. Thank you.
The most successful BH tennis player, Damir Dzumhur, will remember his victory against Thomas Fabbiano in the eighth finals of the ATP tournament in Umag as the match with which he earned his first million USD.Dzumhur had 990,265 USD on his account from the prizes at the ATP tournament in his career before the tournament in Croatia.After the triumph over Almagro in the first round, he earned 5,150 USD, and after yesterday’s victory over Fabbiano, he earned additional 8,693 USD.In this way, he earned a total of 1,004,108 USD from prizes during his career by playing in the singles and doubles from 2011.In singles in his career at the ATP level he is in the ratio 36-35, while in doubles this ratio is 1-4.(Source: E. B./Klix.ba)