Hazel (Gunter) Steuri, age 100

first_imgHazel Esther (Gunter) Steuri, age 100, passed away, early December 26, 2019 at Morning Breeze in Greensburg. Hazel was born on April 6, 1919 the daughter of William and Esther (Abplanap) in Napoleon.Hazel was the last surviving member of the Napoleon Bearcat Class of 1937. After graduation, she attended Lain Business College of Indianapolis. She went to work for the Osgood Milk Company, then onto a correspondent writer for the Ripley Publishing Company, contributing articles to the several local papers.On July 27, 1947, Hazel married John Steuri, they would spend the rest of their lives together, until John’s passing on April 23, 2007. Hazel was a lifelong member of the St John’s Lutheran Church in Napoleon, member of Live & Learn Home Economics Club, Central House of Napoleon, VFW Ladies Auxiliary 5584 of Greensburg, St. John’s Lutheran Women of ELCA, and a former Sunday School teacher.Hazel was preceded in death by her parents, Husband John, and brother Clarence Gunter. She is survived by sons John (Judy) Steuri, James (Mary) Steuri, and Jason Steuri all of Osgood, daughter Janice Steuri of Greenwood, 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.Visitation will be held on Monday December 30, 2019 from 10 am. 12 pm. at St John’s Lutheran Church in Napoleon. Funeral services will be held at 12 pm., also at the church. Memorials maybe given to the church fund in care of Neal’s Funeral Home.last_img read more


first_imgFIRST it was frozen beef burgers to be hit by the horsemeant scandal.And then last week it was revealed that 100 per cent horsemeat was found in Findus lasagne products.Now Tesco Letterkenny’s Frozen spaghetti bolognese products have been found to contain up to 60 per cent horse meat. The company said today that a week ago it withdrew a frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese product from sale.“We did this as a precaution because Findus products from the same factory were reportedly at risk of containing horsemeat,” said Tesco.“Since then, we have carried out a number of tests on the product and those tests identified the presence of horse DNA.“Of the positive results, most are at a trace level of less than 1 per cent but three showed significant levels of horse DNA, exceeding 60 per cent.” The supermarket retailer has also carried out further tests to ensure that there is no danger to customers’ health through the presence of potentially harmful bute in the meat. The test for bute was clear.Tesco commented: “The frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese should contain only Irish beef from our approved suppliers.“The source of the horsemeat is still under investigation by the relevant authorities.“The level of contamination suggests that Comigel was not following the appropriate production process for our Tesco product and we will not take food from their facility again.Last week it was discovered that Findus frozen lasagne was taken from Tesco shelves due to the recent horsemeat scares. Testing in the UK showed that the lasagnes contained up to 100 per cent horsemeat in some instances.This evening Tesco apologised for what had occurred, saying: “We are very sorry that we have let customers down.“We set ourselves high standards for the food we sell and we have had two cases in recent weeks where we have not met those standards.“Our DNA testing programme is underway and will give us and our customers assurance that the product they buy is what it should be. This evening it emerged that as many as 16 countries could be affected by the horse meat scandal, with French ministers holding emergency talks today.Seven French supermarket chains have withdrawn frozen beef meals made by Findus and Comigel – a French company – following the discovery of horsemeat in the food products.The controversy initially began when it emerged that the Food Safety Authority had found as much as 30 per cent horse DNA in frozen beef burgers sold in supermarkets.An investigation is underway with the FSAI, the gardaí and the Department of Agriculture all involved in trying to uncover how horsemeat ended up in products labelled as beef.YUCK! TESCO LETTERKENNY WITHDRAWS SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE AS 60% HORSE MEAT FOUND was last modified: February 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:YUCK! TESCO LETTERKENNY WITHDRAWS SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE AS 60% HORSE MEAT FOUNDlast_img read more