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first_imgKayla Fitzgerald-Hullemeyer, age 25 of Batesville, died Friday, July 8, 2016 at her residence.  Born August 16, 1990 in Beech Grove, Indiana, she is the daughter of Jacqueline (Nee: Wenning) and Brent Fitzgerald.  She married Tyler Hullemeyer July 2, 2016.  She was a care giver with the Direct Support Staff of New Horizons.Kayla had a magnetic personality that drew people to her.  Kind hearted, energetic and outgoing, she liked being able to help others which made her a natural for her job of helping individuals with special needs.  She was also athletic, having played soccer in high school where she could play several positions as well as a pitcher for the softball team.  A talented artist, she excelled at abstract painting and was very much an animal lover.  In her down time, she enjoyed watching HGTV, Once Upon a Time and loved watching movies.  To say Kayla was a huge Star Wars fanatic would be an understatement.  Although not one to watch a lot of sports, she did like football and was a Steelers fan.Kayla is survived by her parents Jackie and Brent Fitzgerald of Batesville; husband Tyler Hullemeyer of Batesville; daughter Zoey Fay; sisters Miranda Fitzgerald of Indianapolis, Indiana, Isabel Fitzgerald of Batesville; maternal grandparents Rosie and Ralph Wenning of Batesville; paternal grandmother Nancy Beckner of Indianapolis, Indiana as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.  She is preceded in death by her paternal grandfather Gary Fitzgerald.Visitation is Tuesday, July 12th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Funeral services are 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 13th, at the Srs. of St. Francis Chapel in Oldenburg with Rev. John Meyer officiating.  Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery.  The family requests memorials to the Zoey Fay Trust Fund or New Horizons.last_img read more

first_img Share The Jockey Club names Delia Bushell as group chief executive July 30, 2019 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles Submit Jockey Club brings back £1m Chase Triple Crown prize money September 9, 2019 Paul Fisher confirms departure as Jockey Club Racecourses CEO January 15, 2020 After being launched this summer by The Jockey Club’s Simon Bazalgette and Paul Fisher, Global Venue Services (GVS) will support equine and other sports industry stakeholders in accessing financial capital by launching its ‘Global Venue Finance’ subsidiary.‘GV Finance’ will work closely with Andrews Bowen, an equine and sports surfaces and equipment company, as well as a group of finance providers chosen for their experience within sport and asset finance to help industry members cover the capital costs of projects.Immediate clients will include customers of Andrews Bowen, to help them to raise finance to install gallops and other sports surfaces, and spread the cost of capital installations over several years. The service will rapidly be expanded to other categories of capital purchase.Paul Fisher, CEO of GVS, said: “The launch of GVS’s first operating business, GV Finance, aims to help sport businesses to invest in their future at a time when sport has suffered from the COVID-19 lockdown.“By working with a world leader in Andrews Bowen we’re expecting significant demand, which will also allow us to expand the range of services and products we can offer. We’ve worked closely together with the finance providers and potential customers to develop the offering and ensure it provides access to the type of innovative financing needed.”Given the strain placed on UK racecourses during the COVID-19 lockdown, GV Finance has predicted that there will be an uptick in demand for financial support to offer equine facilities.GV Finance and Andrews Bowen will offer a fully serviced option to increase the lifespan of the gallop or surface and improve the financing options.Andrews Bowen also offer additional services such as stable construction and maintenance, while GV Finance has committed to assisting their customers to access finance for this expenditure.David Andrews, Director of Andrews Bowen, concluded: ”Having seen the challenges that equestrian and wider sports businesses are facing with the current crisis, I’m pleased that by working with GVS we’re able to offer finance solutions to allow investment to speed up the return from the lockdown for those businesses.“Andrews Bowen has proven its ability to innovate with its Equaflow system and GV Finance is the latest example. We’ve known Paul and Simon for many years and their level of innovation and integrity matches our own, so they were the perfect partners to work with us to put GV Finance together.”last_img read more