Country music legend Willie Nelson released Last Man Standing on April 27th. That last sentence may seem unremarkable—he has released 66 previous albums, after all—yet it gets a little more exciting when you realize Last Man Standing isn’t just the name of Willie’s latest record. It’s also the name of his latest marijuana strain.Nelson, who celebrated his 85th birthday on April 29th, has been in the music business for 62 years. While he’s famously been an advocate of the marijuana plant since the 1960s, his time in the marijuana business—at least officially—began much more recently in 2015. That’s when Nelson co-founded Willie’s Reserve, a brand that sells paraphernalia, edibles, and old-fashioned buds on the United States’ growing legal marijuana market.Considering Nelson’s music and marijuana ventures, it’s no surprise that some co-branding is in order. If anything, the only surprise is that it’s taken this long to happen. Last Man Standing is the fourth album that the prolific singer, songwriter, and musician has released since 2015, but it’s the first to lend its name to a Willie’s Reserve product.“It comes from this huge plant with beautiful buds,” Shane Osburn, who bred and cultivated the strain at Sol Grow Mendocino with his wife Amelia, told Taste of Country. “It’s so expressive of its characteristics. When you walk past the plant it smells like an orange tree.”“Willie is a soldier for the cannabis community,” adds Amelia. “We have total respect for how he’s told the world about what we do, through his music and through who he is… We’ve come pretty damn far from the point where they’d put you in prison for life for a seed to where we are now. It’s a lot of progress.”In addition to both versions of Last Man Standing, Nelson has also released a video for the album’s first single, “Ready to Roar”. The clip finds the icon and members of his band diving into some old school Western swing in the studio, and you can check out it below. Checking out the new Last Man Standing strain, on the other hand, can only be done Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and California. Willie Nelson – “Ready to Roar”
Earlier this year as festival lineups of 2018 started being announced, fans of Pretty Lights waited patiently to see where Derek Vincent Smith and his band of beat assassins (keyboardist Borahm Lee, drummer Alvin Ford Jr., turntablist Chris Karns, and keyboardist Brandon Butler) would end up. Early into April, there was still no word as to where or when the next Pretty Lights Live show would be. With no festival appearances and no talk of doing another season of the wildly popular Episodic Tour, the Pretty Lights Family’s curiosity was at an all-time high.On April 17th Pretty Lights announced what would be his first and potentially only shows of 2018, another two-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheater. After opening for Sound Tribe Sector 9 in 2009, Pretty Lights has headlined the prestigious venue every year since–making this year the 10th anniversary. As the first day finally approached and the eight months of waiting to see Pretty Lights again ended, a sold-out crowd made their way to Morrison, CO to celebrate 10 years with one of Colorado’s most innovative artists.The night was kicked off by friends of Smith, Mux Mool, and Michal Menert and The Pretty Fantastics. Menert himself is having a huge week, from getting married on Wednesday to playing Red Rocks Amphitheater with his life-long friend Derek Vincent Smith only two days later. The love in the air was palpable and never felt more present than when Menert and his band broke out “Summer Love” and shouted out Derek Vincent Smith who was watching his friend perform from the crowd. As the sun set behind the Rocky Mountains and Michal Menert and The Pretty Fantastics left the stage, the sold-out crowd found themselves in a frenzy.Once the stage was clear, the work lights were turned off and the stage production came alive. Blue light emitted from the large LED on center stage along with LED towers on the ground as well as several floating LED towers that haven’t been seen in a Pretty Lights show until 2015. Borahm Lee, Alvin Ford Jr., Chris Karns and Brandon Butler all took the stage as the last song on Pretty Lights’ debut album Taking Up Your Precious Time, “Try To Remember”. That song, like many from Smith’s first album, was co-produced with Michal Menert making it all the more fitting as Menert and Smith walked out and took the stage together to the joyous screams of 10,000 fans. As Menert exited the stage once again, Pretty Lights Live kept things from the early era and dove into a hip-hop heavy Wrong Platform where Chris Karns got to demonstrate his World-Championship winning abilities on the turntables. In signature Pretty Lights Live style, the remaining members of the band began to improvise and Flip the track giving it new life. Following this, the band strolled straight into a seldom-heard song off the most recent and Grammy-nominated Pretty Lights album, “Press Pause” which was also flipped to absolute perfection by Smith and his band. The remainder of the evening saw Smith play an incredible discography-spanning set, pulling tracks form eight of his studio albums and EPs, most of which received the flip treatment for a night that never seemed to stop jamming.Other notable stand-out tracks included “I Can See It In Your Face”, “Solar Sailor (Remix)”, “How We Do”, “Looking For Love (But Not So Sure)”. As the night drew to a close, Pretty Lights Live fired off arguably the most popular Pretty Lights song, “Finally Moving” in which Derek Vincent Smith had the whole crowd in the palm of his hands chanting back the crowd-pleasing chorus: “Oh sometimes, I get a good feeling, yeah. I get a feeling that I never never never had before, oh no, I get a good feeling yeah.” Pretty Lights Live picked the tempo back up, playing the energetically-charged “Total Fascination”, following it up with one of the night’s deepest and darkest flips, “Hot Like Sauce”. Smith took the mic and told the crowd that he had only one song left to play, a song that “pulls from the past, present and maybe even the future too”. He was referring to his remix of “Shakedown Street” by the Grateful Dead which hadn’t been played since All Good Music Festival in 2013. With this assistance of Greg “The Lazershark” Ellis, the stage was flooded in a rainbow of lasers as Pretty Lights Live took the Dead classic and gave it the modern Pretty Lights treatment, bringing the past and present together for one non-stop nine-minute dance party. As Smith thanked the crowd and wished them goodnight, all that could be heard was the sounds of thousands of screaming fans eager to see what the next day had in store.Setlist: Pretty Lights Live | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/10/18Try To Remember (w/ Michal Menert), Wrong Platform > Remix > Flip, Press Pause > Flip, Let The World Hurry By > Flip, Shining Bright Despite The Plight > Flip, I Can See It In Your Face, Make You Feel > Flip, Drift Away (Superstition – Stevie Wonder sample), Solar Sailor (Remix) > Flip, So Bright > Flip, How We Do > Flip, Yellow Bird, Always All Ways > Supervision Remix > Flip, Looking For Love (But Not So Sure) > Flip, Lost & Found (Odesza Remix) > Flip, Finally Moving > Remix, Understand Me Now > Flip, Total Fascination > Flip, Improv Jam, Hot Like Sauce > Rustified Remix, Shakedown Street RemixPicking up from where night one ended, Pretty Lights Live got Red Rocks Amphitheater in an uproar from the first song and didn’t look back. Opening with the rare and highly sought-after Dinoysus, Smith took control over an already electric crowd and set the tone for what was to come. Still having an arsenal of weapons to choose from, Pretty Lights Live continued to drop music from most of their studio work over the last 12 years of Derek Vincent Smith’s career. After playing a truly unforgettable “Out Of Time” with a sampled violin section from when Pretty Lights performed with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra at Red Rocks in 2014, Smith and company performed several songs in a row from his first two studio albums before flying into the latest Pretty Lights single, “Rainbows and Waterfalls”. Whether performing old or new material, the band seamlessly transitioned from pre-recorded works into the improvised flips in which each member was able to showcase their undeniable abilities.Since 2016, the goal for Smith has been to blend together the two worlds of recorded electronic music and live instrumentation. Watching the band grow together for the last few years, it was truly remarkable to see just how far this music project had really come. Every single member of the band (including the lighting designer Greg Ellis) was on the same wavelength allowing music and light to live harmoniously under a perfect Colorado evening. With no news of when the next Pretty Lights show will be, both Pretty Lights Live and the attendees seemed to be treating the night with the intention of leaving nothing behind. All around, all that could be seen were groups of friends smiling and wiggling underneath a starry night overcast with lasers.Emotions were running high throughout the evening, but never did it feel more so as when Pretty Lights Live began to play “The Time Has Come”. Before diving into this song, Smith took a moment to get on the mic and make an announcement, “We’ve played this song many times over the years. But somehow right now here in this moment, it seems like what I’m trying to express with ya’ll. Let’s all work together to manifest a moment here in time at Red Rocks.” From there, the band took it away as Greg Ellis drowned the 10,000 fans in a sea of purple and green lights. On stage, you could visibly see each member of the band bobbing around having just as much fun as those in the crowd. Throughout the years, Smith has created music that taps into a deeper level of human emotion ranging from both sadness and uncertainty to absolute joy and love.A major moment of the evening was when Smith invited his younger brother and fellow producer (Motifv) following another emotional Pretty Lights classic, “We Must Go On”. Upon inviting up his brother, Smith told the crowd: “For real, this music is directly linked to my heart and I think you’ll feel that.” Watching the two Smith brothers dance on stage together was a sight to behold. You could see the smile on Derek’s face from 30 rows back. Derek left the stage temporarily and left his brother at the helm with the band as they played one of Motfiv’s singles “Insufficient Lighting” off his forthcoming EP, The Path. While the future is unknown for Pretty Lights, it was certainly nice to know that there is another Smith capable of making thought provoking and beautiful music, maybe it’s genetic. The two shared the stage together for the next 15 minutes before Motifv exited, leaving Derek back with the band with just under an hour to play.Pretty Lights Live continued to dazzle in both track selection and execution. The band danced around and pulled material from the first Pretty Lights album, Taking Up Your Precious Time, including the fan-favorites “Samso” and “Last Passenger”, performed consecutively. For longtime fans of Pretty Lights, they know how rarely these songs see the light of day and were sure to enjoy every second of them. As the night began to wind down, emotions were running rampant, and Smith elevated that to the next level with the heart wrenching, “Cold Feeling”. During the chorus “the time for us is now”, Greg Ellis lit the audience in a cascade of blue light, illuminating every corner of Red Rocks Amphitheater.Before leading into an all-time Pretty Lights classic, Smith and the band created magic on stage at Red Rocks. From using every single instrument and member, Pretty Lights Live created a song from scratch. It was deep and dark in nature, full of low end notes that led to a perfect transition into “I Know The Truth”. Once again, the band had hands in the air bouncing and people wiggling all over the rocks as Greg Ellis painted a portrait over the masses. When at long last the 2 hour and 45 minute set came to an end, Pretty Lights Live closed out with one of the first singles since it’s creation in 2016, “The Sun Spreads In Our Minds”.The song really encapsulated the theme of the weekend and Pretty Lights in general. “Human energy is a form of light. Our souls are connected by unbreakable wires. We must learn this truth in order to be healed.” The light omitted from the attendees reflected that of the lights shown from the stage as thousands made the transition from living in the dark to shining bright. As the band wound down, Derek took to the mic one last time and thanked his team, his band, all his openers from the last two evenings. “Thank you so much for sharing the love and vibrating like ya’ll do, it’s incredible…So much more to come Red Rocks, from the center of my heart, I thank you so much for sharing the love that you do and representing one at a time. It’s been an honor to grow together.”From all over the United States, fans traveled to see this momentous Pretty Lights show. Some drove for over 24 hours, others braved airline debacles, but for all of those that made it, the journey was well worth it. Pretty Lights Live was truly on a level that they have not yet been on. While there is still no news of new shows, this band showed no signs of slowing down and performed as smoothly as they ever have. This weekend’s shows were wrapped in such mystery and uncertainty, and coming out on the other side it was clear that Smith truly understands his fans and makes music that deeply touches both himself and unites his community of faithful followers. Until then, fans are left with two wonderfully perfect shows at the world’s most beautiful venue and memories that will never die.Setlist: Pretty Lights Live | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/11/18Dionysus, Is There Any Love > Flip, Out Of Time > Flip, Almost Familiar > Flip, At Last I Am Free > Flip, Double Love > Flip, Rainbows and Waterfalls > Flip, Look Both Ways > Flip, One Day They’ll Know (Odesza Remix), The Time Has Come, Wiggle (Jason Derulo Remix), We Must Go On, Insufficient Lighting > Flip, Jewels (Illuminati Congo w/ Motifv), Jam, The Love You Left Behind > Dark As The Sky, Samso > Flip, The Last Passenger > Flip, Cold Feeling (Remix), Analog Jam, I Know The Truth, All I’ve Ever Known > Flip, The Sun Spreads in Our Minds.Pretty Lights Live | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 8/10/18 | Photos: Andrew Rios Photo: Andrew Rios Load remaining images
As high-performance computing systems incorporate higher-wattage processors, liquid cooling is gaining momentum.The annual Supercomputing (SC18) conference is always a great showcase for leading-edge technologies for high-performance computing, and that will certainly be the case this year as SC18 gets underway in Dallas next week. One of these technologies in the spotlight will be liquid cooling, which is emerging as one of the keys to even-more-powerful HPC systems.A convergence of trends is fueling the momentum for liquid cooling. For starters, the thirst for higher throughput in HPC clusters is unquenchable. With every new generation of systems, HPC users expect faster processing resulting in more heat, requiring more efficient cooling. Over the years, system builders have met this need with air cooling, yet data centers continue to push the limits of rack density. Processor capacity and wattages are also starting to bump up against the limits of conventional approaches to cooling.Air cooling has worked OK for systems with CPUs that top out around 150 watts, which is what we have had for the past decade or so. But today, we’re seeing more HPC systems with processors that run at 200W and above, and the years ahead will bring even higher wattage processors. These are causing people to take a serious look at liquid cooling, which is a more efficient way to cool off the processors.Among the organizations that have opted for liquid cooling is the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), which is building a massive new supercomputer called Frontera. The primary system, supplied by Dell EMC, will have more than 8,000 dual-socket Intel® Xeon® nodes with 205W processors, all packed into 91 racks. For a system of this size and wattage, air cooling is no longer practical. Instead, the primary compute racks will leverage liquid cooling from CoolIT, a Dell EMC partner.CoolIT’s Direct Contact Liquid Cooling (DCLC™) technology uses the exceptional thermal conductivity of liquid to provide dense, concentrated cooling to targeted surface areas. The technology uses warm or room-temperature water to cool CPUs, eliminating the need for chilled water and reducing the cost of cooling by as much as 56% over traditional cooling methods.So how does it work? The concept is pretty simple, actually. The technology uses a metal plate, or cold plate, that functions as a heat sink. This plate is placed in direct contact with the processor casing surface. Water flows through micro-channels in the plate to capture heat from the processor, and then flows on to a heat exchanger, which dissipates the heat. The cooled water coming out of the heat exchanger travels back through the system, and the cycle repeats itself. It is a hermetically sealed closed system, so the processors are not in direct contact with the water.While liquid cooling is a new concept for some people in the IT world, it’s actually been all around us for years. Liquid cooling is used widely in desktop systems with GPUs, which run hot — the current generation runs at 300W, and GPUs are expected to get even hotter in subsequent generations. Liquid cooling has also been used widely in desktop computers and various other devices.At Dell EMC, we now provide DCLC technology from CoolIT in our PowerEdge C6420 server, which is built for complex and demanding HPC and scale-out workloads. Liquid cooling allows the server to support higher wattage processors for increased performance, energy efficiency and rack-level density. If you’re at SC18, you can get a firsthand look at these servers and the cooling technology in the Dell EMC booth.So, is liquid cooling the only future for HPC systems? I wouldn’t go that far, but I would ask how many cars are still air cooled? I would also say that liquid cooling is a future for HPC, and an important one at that. The more we push for higher performance in systems, the more wattage we require in processors, and that equates to more heat. Liquid cooling is one of the ways to deal with that heat in an efficient and cost-effective manner.For a closer look at liquid cooling in an HPC server, take a look at the Dell EMC-CoolIT solutions brief. Find out a bit more in this quick video with CoolIT systems. You can also see liquid cooling in the HPC and AI Innovation Lab.Follow the action at SC18 on Twitter at @DellEMCservers
Photo: Sharon Omahen To be certain children have a safe trip to school each day, try these safety tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Make sure children get to the stop on time, wait far away from the road and avoid rough play. Teach your child to ask the driver for help if he drops something near the bus. If a child stoops to pick up something, the driver can’t see him. Then he could be hit by the bus. A book bag or backpack helps keep loose items together. Make sure clothing has no loose drawstrings and backpack straps are short, so they don’t get caught in the handrail or bus door. If you think a bus stop is in a dangerous place, talk with your school office or transportation director about changing the location. Following SchoolBus? Obey Laws,Protect Children Other motorists pose the greatest threat to children traveling to school. Most children are injured at bus stops by cars illegally passing the bus. Never pass a school bus until the “stop” sign in put down and the bus begins to move forward. Children are killed every year by drivers passing the bus as they cross the road. Help Children GetOn, Off Bus Safely Teach your child to get on and off the bus safely: When getting on, stay away from the danger zone near the bus and wait for the driver’s signal. Board the bus single file. When getting off, look before stepping off the bus to be sure no cars are passing on the shoulder. Move away from the bus. Before crossing the street, take five “giant steps” out from the front of the bus, or until the child can see the driver’s face. Wait for the driver to signal that it’s safe to cross. Look left_right_left when coming to the edge of the bus to make sure traffic is stopped. Continue to watch for traffic when crossing. Drivers coming to a school bus from either direction must stop when the bus displays flashing red warning lights and extends the stop-signal arm. These signals show that children are getting on or off the school bus. Don’t pass until the flashing red lights and signals are turned off. Drivers traveling in the same direction as the bus are always required to stop. In some states, drivers moving in the opposite direction on a divided roadway are also required to stop, but not in Georgia. Never pass on the right side of the bus, where children enter or exit. This is illegal and can have tragic results. For more information, call the NHTSA Auto Safety Hotline (1-888-DASH-2-DOT) or visit the NHTSA Web site www.nhtsa.dot.gov>
Riders and drivers seem to have too much of a “them against us” attitude, and that makes it difficult for anyone to like each other. If we aren’t liking and respecting each other, there will be no productive end-result.I was driving my truck downtown today and after pulling through an intersection, I noticed a commuter in my left side view mirror. I thought it was smart of him to position himself into my direct line of view. This is also the proper place to be when following a line of traffic since every one of us has to wait our turn. This is especially important when traffic is moving slowly.Immediately after clearing the intersection, he moved over to the far right of the lane – where a bike lane would be should there actually be one. This too is fine. I don’t think there’s a problem for cyclists to pass traffic when they can get through faster.However, he was trying to pass me as we both approached a stop sign. I had been ahead of him, and I knew that I would be accelerating faster, and we both seemed to be going straight, so I pulled out first to make it 20 yards down to the next stop sign.Here comes the part that irks me…he shouts out, “Hey, share the road, huh?” He then turns left from the right side of the lane, allowing me to share a few thoughts within earshot of my open window.The first thing that came to my mind, was “Are you kidding me?! I RIDE A BIKE TOO!!” I’m watching him this whole time, making sure that he’s got space, staying off of the brakes, and ready for him to do something squirrelly, and then I get to watch him get self-righteous because I didn’t let him pull out in front of me.I’ve probably met the guy before, or drank beer with him at the same Bike Love party. I support SORBA, do trail maintenance, support the school mountain biking club, commute when I can, and teach my children how to ride safely through traffic. I quiz my kids in the car about traffic rules and road safety.“You need to ride your bike as if you are driving a car,” I said to him, which I thought was accurate, forthright and non-emotional. “I ride a bike, too!”I realize this blog is probably a lame excuse for me to rant over something that happened today, so I want to offer all of you a safe space to expel a little road rage. Please comment, and I really hope the guy I met today gets his peace too, because I’m really curious. 1 2
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 56-year-old Shirley man was killed when he crashed his truck in Center Moriches on Sunday night.Suffolk County police said David Smith was driving a 2012 Ford 150 pickup truck westbound on Sunrise Highway North Service Road when he veered off the roadway and crashed through a fence at 7:37 p.m.The truck careened across the westbound side of Route 27, over the median and through the eastbound side of the roadway before coming to a stop on the grass on the other side, police said.Smith was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.Seventh Squad detectives impounded the vehicle, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on the crash to contact them at 631-852-8752 or call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As a leader, sometimes your values and stances – even when based on fact and principle – aren’t always the most popular or understood.Forbes‘ Amy Rees Anderson puts it this way: “True leaders know who they are and what they stand for. They know their values and the rules they will abide by, regardless of the circumstances they face.”She goes on to add that true leaders also “take all the facts into account, keeping a long-term view in their approach, with the desire that any fixes they put in place today will be to the benefit of the organization and the people both now and in the future.”I couldn’t say it any better myself.This summarizes exactly why NAFCU has taken the position it has on the NCUA’s proposal to close the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund (TCCUSF). We stand on the fact that credit unions receiving all their money back from this fund will better benefit the industry than if they were to just receive a small share, as is currently proposed. continue reading »
Topics : Appearing relaxed in an open-collar shirt and blue suit jacket, Trump acknowledged that there was uncertainty about the course of the disease, which can hit recovering patients hard with no warning.”I’m starting to feel good. You don’t know over the next period of a few days, I guess that’s the real test, so we’ll be seeing what happens over those next couple of days.”Late Saturday, White House doctor Sean Conley said Trump was “not yet out of the woods,” but that the medical team is “cautiously optimistic.”The report from Conley came after a source familiar with the president’s health — later named in US media as White House chief of staff Mark Meadows — gave a much more worrying assessment. “The president’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care,” he said. “We’re still not on a clear path to a full recovery.”The White House has not commented officially and Meadows had asked to speak off-the-record before his name appeared as the source in The New York Times and other US outlets.In his latest update, Conley said Trump had “made substantial progress since diagnosis, and remained “fever-free and off supplemental oxygen.” Trump, 74, had completed a second dose of therapeutic drug remdesivir and had spent “most of the afternoon conducting business,” Conley added.A second doctor, Sean Dooley, said earlier in the day that the president’s cardiac, kidney and liver functions were “normal.”Conley was evasive when asked earlier whether the president had received supplementary oxygen at any point since falling ill, only confirming that he hadn’t received any at the hospital or on Thursday — the day of his positive test.Several US media outlets said Trump was on oxygen at the White House on Friday before being admitted to Walter Reed. US President Donald Trump posted a video Saturday from the hospital where he is battling Covid-19, saying he was improving and would be “back soon” — but acknowledged that the crucial coming days would be “the real test.””I came here, wasn’t feeling so well. I feel much better now,” Trump said from his business suite at the Walter Reed military medical center near Washington.”We’re working hard to get me all the way back… I think I’ll be back soon and I look forward to finishing up the campaign the way it was started.”pic.twitter.com/gvIPuYtTZG— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 3, 2020
Ship Finance International Limited has reached an agreement to acquire three large container vessels in combination with long term time charters.The company informed that the vessels in question are modern eco-design built in 2015 with 10,600 TEU carrying capacity. The units are expected to join their new owner in the near term.Ship Finance International did not reveal the purchase price for the trio.The charters will run for a period of minimum 6 years, with options for the charterer to extend the charters up to 10 years. There is also a purchase option with profit split at the end of the initial period.Ship Finance International’s fixed rate charter backlog will increase by USD 260 million, increasing to USD 430 million if the charter extension options are exercised. The EBITDA contribution from the vessels is estimated to USD 35.5 million per year.“We have received an offer for a USD 200 million intermediary bank financing to part-finance the acquisition of these vessels. The balance will be funded by cash at hand. The company expects to arrange a long term financing in due course,” Ship Finance International said.“Over the last five months we have added more than USD 800 million to our charter backlog and expect to continue increasing our fleet of vessels and charter backlog in 2018,” Ole B. Hjertaker, CEO of Ship Finance Management AS, concluded.
Robert “Moe” Homola 70, of Aurora passed away Wednesday August 9, 2017 at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Moe was born Saturday February 1, 1947 in Lawrenceburg, the son of John R. and Pearly Frances (Lewis) Homola.He was a member of Dillsboro American Legion, Aurora Eagles and Aurora Moose. Moe liked to collect classic cars such as his 1920 Chevy Coupe and his 1957 Chevy Belaire. He liked to play cards being outside and spending time with his family.Moe is survived by daughters: Amy Homola of Aurora; Dawn (Luther) Harris of Hebron, KY; brother: Dennis (Pat) Homola of Hebron, Ky; Great-Aunt: Mary Perez of New Jersey. 3 Grandchildren: Austin Homola, Alexis Harris, Luke Harris. Dog, Summer. He was preceded in death by parents and one sister: Donna Cuneo; dogs: Rudy and Molly.Visitation will be 5-8PM Monday August 14, 2017 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home 12887 Lenover Street Dillsboro. Military rites will be conducted by the Dillsboro American Legion at the funeral home at 8PM Memorials may be made to Heart Foundation. Go to www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home, Dillsboro entrusted with arrangements. (812) 432-5480. Box 146 Dillsboro, In 47018.