279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.The Eus have done a lot of entertaining at their six-bedroom, four-bedroom pad over the years.“We have lots of friends come over, and even when my son was small his friends would come around and they would run around,” Mrs Eu said. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The stylish property features two covered alfresco entertaining areas, a fire place, bar and dedicated formal dining area.Mrs Eu said they had done some renovations to the home over the years. “The master bedroom had an open balcony which we have closed into a parent’s retreat,” she said.“I could just sit there all afternoon and read a book … My husband enjoys a nap there.” 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Mrs Eu said she and her husband would spend several hours in their swimming pool during the summer months. “We swim almost every evening,” she said.“We can see the sunset from the pool, it has been one of my greatest pleasures living there.”The home is close to shops and local schools. 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.After 11 years, Rodger and Gladys Eu are making the move back to Singapore and have decided to sell their home at 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Mrs Eu said her family’s needs had changed and her three children had grown up.She said her son would head back to Singapore with them, with the intention of joining the army.“Our children have really enjoyed living here,” Mrs Eu said.“Even though it’s three levels, it really is a cosy home.” 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket. Mrs Eu said she would love to see another family enjoy the house as much as she does.“We love this house, we have taken great care of the house,” she said.“I look forward to another family loving it as much as us.”
Ann M. Combs, age 90, of Brookville, Indiana died Friday, July 22, 2016 at the Brookville Healthcare Center in Brookville. Born April 29, 1926 in Connersville, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Arthur & Ottilliea (Hartemiller) Hudson. On May 27, 1944 she became the wife of Fred Combs, and he preceded her in death on December 16, 1998. A homemaker, she had also worked as a custodian at the Brookville Post Office for over 10 years. In her leisure time she enjoyed reading, playing cards, puzzles, gardening and flowers, and most of all, spending time with her family.Survivors include two daughters & sons-in-law, Judy (Keith) Sampson and Mary Ann (Michael) Froman all of Brookville; two sons & daughters-in-law, Bill (Ruby) Combs of Whitcomb, Indiana and John (Phyllis) Combs of Brookville, Indiana; 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren as well as 7 great-great grandchildren; a sister, Sarah Drew of Connersville, Indiana and a brother, Paul Hudson of Ft. Worth, Texas.Besides her parents and husband, Fred, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Donna Sue Hogan who died 7/9/2012; a grandson, Troy Combs; two sisters, Bertha Ellison and Elsie Hudson, and two brothers, Walter Hudson & Raymond Hudson.Family & friends may visit from 9 A.M. until 12 Noon on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Brett Drew will officiate the funeral services at 12:00 Noon on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville.Memorial contributions may be directed to Brookville Volunteer Fire Department, Franklin County E.M.S. or the American Diabetes Association. Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Ann Combs, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.philllipsandmeyers.com .
At that point, he started gearing up and getting ready to go for the Tigers’ matchup with the Angels. Then, bench coach Joe Vavra came over with the news. Castellanos had been traded to the Cubs.It was a bittersweet moment for Castellanos, but one that he couldn’t deny being excited about. Related News MLB trade deadline: Brodie Van Wagenen explains Mets’ decision to keep Zack Wheeler, acquire Marcus Stroman MLB trade deadline: Brian Cashman explains why Yankees failed to add starter MLB trade deadline: Astros ‘can’t believe’ they landed Zack Greinke, GM says He is hitting .347 this season against lefties which many pundits cited as the reason for the Cubs’ interest in him. With potential matchups in the postseason against Dodgers lefties Hyun-Jin Ryu and Clayton Kershaw or even Nationals lefty Patrick Corbin, Chicago needs all the help it can get against southpaws.The left fielder should be able to give the Cubs just that, and he can’t wait to get started, even if it is a big move in his career.”It’s mixed feelings,” he said. “But the competitor in me is very happy to be wearing a Cub hat right now.” “I couldn’t be happier where I’m at right now,” Castellanos told reporters at Wrigley Field on Thursday, via ESPN. “The position the team’s in, the two months of baseball coming up, just doing absolutely anything that I can to help this squad win.”The Tigers were not in a position to win this season. Detroit defeated the Angels 9-1 on Wednesday, but hold the worst record in MLB at 32-72. Castellanos will get a chance to win with Chicago, which currently sits in a tie for first in the National League Central with the Cardinals.He’s certainly excited about that. But the 27-year-old was drafted by the Tigers with the 44th pick in 2010 and had spent every year of his professional career with the organization. “It’s sad too because I’ve spent nine years in that Detroit organization,” he said. “They drafted me out of high school, (there have been) countless people from rookie ball to this past year with (Ron Gardenhire), Joe and Steve (Liddle) and (Lloyd) McClendon that have helped me become who I am today, so when sitting down in my locker and taking my jersey off it was kind of like, you know, (a) new chapter.”Castellanos is a free agent after the season and the Cubs hope he will be able to give the team some good value in, potentially, only two months with the club. Nicholas Castellanos thought he was staying with the Tigers.First, the clock read 12:55 PT and the Detroit left fielder hadn’t heard anything. Then it was 1:01 and as far as he knew, he hadn’t been moved by the 1 p.m. PT deadline.