Eunice F. Miller, age 84 of Batesville, died Friday, March 20, 2020 at her home. Born November 5, 1935 in Franklin County Indiana, she is the daughter of Bertha (Nee: Geis) and William Metz. She worked 19 years at the Hill-Rom Company as an assembler.Family was most important to Eunice and she dearly loved having her children and grandchildren with her. Very devout, her religion was also important to her. She enjoyed traveling with her brothers and sisters, having visited every state, as well as Canada and Mexico. She also liked going for a leisurely ride in the country. According to her family, Eunice was an exceptional cook and her lasagna, dirt cake and carrot cake will be sorely missed by all. Other activities she enjoyed were trips to the casino, bingo and playing cards at the senior center.Eunice is survived by her daughters Cindy Moody of Cincinnati, Charlene Faust of Batesville, Cathy Hoog of Sunman, Connie Miller of Batesville, Bonnie Krekeler of Batesville; sons Joseph Miller Jr. and Scott Miller, both of Batesville; sister Dolores Bosse of Cincinnati, brothers Thomas Metz of Connersville, Indiana, William Metz of Cincinnati; 19 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she is also preceded in death by sisters Roslyn Volk, Lucille Hilbert, Catherine Back, Rosemary Moster; brothers Anthony, James, Harry and Paul Metz and great granddaughter Adalynn Rose Miller.Due to the Governor’s mandate limiting gatherings to 50 people because of the Corona Virus pandemic, a private visitation and funeral service will be held for the immediate family on Wednesday. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. You are encouraged to go to www.weigelfh.com and leave a message for the family on Eunice’s obituary page. The family requests memorials to the St. Anthony’s Haiti Mission Fund (www.gandouministry.com) and may be sent to Weigel Funeral Home, P.O. Box 36, Batesville, Indiana, 47006.
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Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error That does not ease Thompson’s anxiety.“My wife thinks I’m too grumpy,” he said. “I wince with every miss. I whine about every turnover. She thinks I’m way too weird to watch the game with. She still hates sitting by me. She always looks at me and says, ‘You’re never happy!’”Thompson provided many reasons for why the Warriors’ playoff run is “tearing me up inside.” The most stressful incident happened last week when Houston Rockets forward Trevor Ariza accidentally kneed Klay Thompson early in the fourth quarter of the Warriors’ eventual closeout win. He was soon diagnosed with a concussion. “It was unfortunate, but it was an accident,” Mychal Thompson said. “Trevor Ariza is not a dirty player.”The Warriors cleared Klay Thompson to return after averaging 21.7 points per game on 46.3-percent shooting from the field and 43.3 percent from 3-point range. Mychal Thompson believed his son’s steady improvement stemmed from playing last summer for Team USA in the FIBA World Championships and wanting to prove the Warriors right for granting him a four-year extension worth $70 million.What about Klay Thompson shooting only 41.7 percent in the Western Conference Finals against Houston?“Pretend you’re Kobe and keep your confidence up,” Mychal Thompson said. “Kobe can go 5 for 25 and never lose faith or confidence.”Mychal Thompson hardly sounded confident the Warriors could limit James, other than forcing him into a jump shooter and limiting turnovers. Mychal Thompson also put James, Bryant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Jordan in his “Mount Rushmore” of NBA greats before expressing regret for omitting former Celtics center Bill Russell.“You could put LeBron on Minnesota and they’re a playoff team in the West. You put him on Philadelphia and he’s in the Eastern Conference Finals,” Mychal Thompson said. “He wouldn’t have been able to stop Kareem or Hakeem (Olajuwon). But in today’s NBA with the lack of Hall of Fame centers that we have, LeBron’s the only player that can legitimately shut down any position.”Mychal Thompson also offered platitudes to Warriors guard Stephen Curry, calling him “the best shooter” ahead of Klay Thompson, Dell Curry, Dale Ellis, Larry Bird, Reggie Miller and Ray Allen. “I thought LeBron obviously would be the MVP,” Mychal Thompson said. “But for Curry to have that kind of season doesn’t surprise me. He should be doing this for the next seven or eight years.”That left Mychal Thompson giddy about the Warriors’ emergence and upset about the Lakers’ misfortunes. “I feel like I’m back in the Finals,” said Thompson, who won two NBA championships with the Showtime Lakers. “But something is missing with the Lakers not being in the playoffs again.”His frustration softened once the Lakers landed the No. 2 pick, a fortune Thompson attributed to the franchise’s refusal to tank. “We all know the suspects out there,” said Thompson, who argued the NBA lottery should have only one ping-pong ball for each of the 14 participating teams. “The Lakers aren’t one of them. Byron (Scott) was out there getting those guys to try as hard as he can. Byron is a kind of guy who is trying to win. So is Mitch (Kupchak). Mitch doesn’t play that kind of stuff. He’s all about going out there and trying your best. If it’s not enough, the Lakers will try to make it work out somehow.”That hinges on free agency and Bryant’s health.Mychal Thompson sounded skeptical about the Lakers’ chances to acquire Memphis’ Marc Gasol, Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge, Cleveland’s Kevin Love or Miami’s Goran Dragic. But Thompson argued the Lakers should pursue Dallas guard Rajon Rondo despite concerns about his coachability and health issues. “It didn’t work out with him Dallas, but I like how tough and competitive he is,” Thompson said. “He and Kobe are close and he understands when you play for a coach like Byron, there’s zero tolerance.”Thompson also estimated Bryant will average 21 points in 28 minutes through 75 games, the only absences stemmed from sitting out the second night of back-to-backs. “He’ll carry the team on some nights, but not every night. Role players have to step up like the San Antonio Spurs players have done, Thompson said. “Then Byron won’t feel like he has to be dependent on Kobe to carry the team every night.”Before he sees how that unfolds, Thompson will maintain his focus on the NBA Finals. He will soon find out whether his latest prediction becomes true. Eight months before his itinerary became official, Mychal Thompson told anyone who would listen about his plans in June. “I will be in Cleveland for Games 3 and 4,” the former Laker and KSPN-710 AM color analyst recalled boasting about his travel to the 2015 NBA Finals.There, Thompson predicted he would root for his son, Klay, to help the Golden State Warriors defeat the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers. • More NBA Finals: Curry relishes role in NBA Finals Before boarding a plane to see the Warriors host Game 1 against Cleveland at Oracle Arena on Thursday, Mychal Thompson offered more predictions in an interview with Los Angeles News Group. According to Thompson, the Lakers will draft Duke’s Jahlil Okafor with their No. 2 pick. Kobe Bryant will stay healthy in the 2015-16 season after nursing three season-ending injuries in consecutive years. The Lakers will advance to the Western Confernece semifinals after finishing this season with the team’s worst record in franchise history. Thompson also brought his clairvoyance full circle regarding the Warriors’ success, arguing they will defeat Cleveland, likely in seven games. “They’ve been the best team in the league all year, so why should it change now?” he said. “They have to play smart and play well, but they definitely are the favorites to win.” • More NBA Finals: Position-by-position preview