Mr. Glen Arthur Waren, age 91, of Indianapolis, Indiana, entered this life on January 31, 1926, in Hume, Illinois, the loving son of the late, Francis and Mana (Tucker) Waren. He was raised in Hume, Illinois where he was a 1944 graduate of the Hume High School. Glen was united in marriage on July 5, 1952, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Alberta Griffith and to this union arrived two sons, Randy and Robert and a daughter, Rebecca to bless their home. Glen and Alberta shared 65 years of marriage together until his death. Glen was employed as Superintendent for Shiel Sexton Construction in Indianapolis, Indiana, retiring in 1992, after 30 years of service. He attended the Hume Christian Church in Hume, Illinois. Glen will be dearly missed by his loving family and friends. Glen passed away at 11:50 am, Sunday, June 25, 2017, at the St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana.Glen will be deeply missed by his loving wife of 65 years: Alberta (Griffith) Waren of Indianapolis, IN; his sons: Randy Waren and his wife: Ann of Fishers, IN and Robert Waren of Indianapolis, IN; his son-in-law: Mike Hankins of Martinsville, IN; his grandchildren: Kenton Hankins, Kevin Hankins, Isabelle Waren and Jack Waren; his great-granddaughter: Zoey Hankins and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents: Francis and Mana (Tucker) Waren; his daughter: Rebecca Hankins; his brothers: Tom, Russell, Marion, Ernie and Bernie Waren and his sisters: Clara Heath, Rhetta Draper and Ardella Isham.Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at 11:00 am, by Pastor Chris Clemans at the Vevay Cemetery, 800 East Main Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Friends may call 10:00 am – 11:00 am, Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to the Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Former Real Madrid star Roberto Carlos has voiced his opinion that Cristiano Ronaldo deserves to win the Ballon d’Or ahead of Lionel Messi because the Barcelona man has already won plenty of awards in the past few seasons.The Argentine has won the last three editions of the accolade, with his Portuguese counterpart having to settle for second place last term, and missing out on a top-three spot in 2010.Nevertheless, the legendary left-back feels that the Madrid man’s time has come now after a successful 2011-12 campaign.“Obviously everyone’s talking about Messi, but I reckon he has won enough and there cannot be much more room in his trophy cabinet,” he told Fifa.com.“Therefore, I would vote for Cristiano Ronaldo. He is someone who can win matches for you in many different ways, from varying situations in attack. He deserves to win it again.”The Brazilian then voiced his opinion that Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho should be named Coach of the Year by Fifa. “Well, seeing as Pep Guardiola has left Barcelona, I think it should go to Jose Mourinho.“A club side like his is harder to coach than a top national team – something I know a lot about. During my time at Real Madrid, I played under Fabio Capello, who did an amazing job.“But when you look at Mourinho’s results, you can see his coaching has a lot of merit and he really knows how to deal with the situations he faces.”Mourinho guided Real Madrid to their first Liga title since 2008 last term.