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Mary Margaret Moorhead Clegg

first_imgLet Us Pause To Honor the Memory of Mrs. Mary Margaret Moorhead CleggMrs. Mary Margaret Mills Moorhead Clegg, age 90 of Madison, Indiana formerly of Versailles was born in Madison, Indiana on September 23, 1927 to Daniel S. and Mabelle Monroe Mills. She graduated from Madison High School in 1945, from Hanover College in 1949, and received her Master’s Degree in Education from Indiana University. On August 14, 1949, she married William H. “Gus” Moorhead, and he preceded her in death on December 21, 2008. In September 1951, the couple moved to Versailles, Indiana, where Gus Moorhead Coached and taught for 40 years, and Mary Margaret taught language arts for 38 years. After the death of their spouses, Mary Margaret and Robert S. Clegg renewed friendship that had begun when the two were in high school and lived across from each other on West Second Street. They were married on December 9, 2011, at the Versailles Baptist Church and made their home at 640 Miles Ridge Road in Madison, where she passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 8:55 a.m. Retiring from teaching in 1991, Mary Margaret worked for Ripley Publishing Company as a staff writer for 16 years. She was a volunteer for the American Cancer Society for over 40 years, participating on the local, state, division, and national levels. She was awarded the St. George Award, a national leadership recognition, and has an award named after her in the Ripley County Relay for Life. She was one of the organizers of the Relay for Life in Ripley County. Her 60 + years as a member of the Versailles Baptist Church included 57 years as adult choir director, 60 years as organist, and many years as a Sunday School teacher. She was the first female moderator in church history, serving for four years. During her career, she directed the Ministerial Association’s Festival of Choirs for 17 years and the Ripley County Hamonettes for many years. A member of Tri Kappa, Mary Margaret served as Province 2 Officer and was active in the Associate Chapter. She was a long time member of Delta Kappa Gamma Teacher’s Sorority and served as president. She was also a docent for Historic Madison, a member of Ripley County Retired Teachers Association, a board member of the Ripley County Community Foundation, and a member of the Order of Eastern Star. She received the first Speaking of Women’s Health award sponsored by Margaret Mary Community Hospital and was selected Ripley County Citizen of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce. In 1991 she and her husband Gus Moorhead were both awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash distinctions by Gov. Evan Bayh. As a Hanover alumni, Mary Margaret served on the Hanover College Alumni Board two different four-year terms. She received the Outstanding Alumni Award in 1980. Her family consists of four children, one step-daughter, seven grandchildren, one step-granddaughter, four great grandchildren, two step great granddaughters, one son-in-law, one daughter-in-law, and several nieces, and nephews. Mary Margaret loved people and always tried to see the best in them. She was a sports fan and a strong supporter of the Indiana Hoosiers, the Reds, and the Bengals. During her life she served the Lord in as many ways as she could. God was the center of her life and she tried to live for Him.A LOVING FAMILYMary Margaret will be missed by her loving husband of nearly 7 years, Robert Clegg of Madison, Indiana; her daughters, Mary Helen Moorhead of Maineville, Ohio, Janet Jo Moorhead of Naples, Florida, Jane Ellen Rogers and her husband, Jeff of Versailles, Indiana; her son, Robert D. Moorhead and his wife, Lisa of Aurora, Indiana; her step daughter, Susan Clegg Burnett of Colorado Springs, Colorado; her grandchildren, Scott Byrdwell and his wife, Amy of Ohio, Sean Byrdwell and his wife, Betsy of Monroe, Ohio, Chris Byrdwell of Louisville, Kentucky, Jennifer Rogers of Alaska, Jared Rogers of North Carolina, Bradley Moorhead of Bloomington, Indiana, Trenton Moorhead of Aurora, Indiana; her step granddaughter, Sarah Fischer and her husband, Steve of Colorado Springs, Colorado, along with their two daughters. Four great-grandchildren reside with their parents in the Cincinnati area. Other survivors include five nieces, three nephews, and their families. Mary Margaret was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, William H. “Gus” Moorhead, her parents, Daniel S. and Mabelle Monroe Mills, her brothers and their wives, Daniel Monroe Mills, Charles Edwin Mills, Dwight “Speedy” Mills, and Scott Kenneth Mills, her nieces, Margery Mills Jessup and Laura Mills Schnaitter.CELEBRATION OF LIFE CEREMONYMemorial services will be conducted Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at 11:00 a.m., by Pastor Mike Cantrell, Pastor Rick Burcham, Pastor Dennis Ingle, and Pastor Kurt Stutler at the Versailles Baptist Church, 228 South Washington Street in Versailles, Indiana.VISITATIONFriends may visit Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Versailles Baptist Church-Family Life Center, 228 South Washington Street in Versailles, Indiana and Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service at the Versailles Baptist Church Sanctuary.TRI KAPPA SERVICEThe Associate Chapter and Active Chapter will conduct a tribute ceremony to Mary Margaret on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center.MEMORIAL EXPRESSIONSMemorial contributions may be made to the Versailles Baptist Church, the American Cancer Society, or the Ripley County Community Foundation for the Moorhead Scholarship Fund. Cards are available at the Life Center, the church or the funeral home. Online condolences, www.morgan-nay.comlast_img read more

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Total pay has increased by 12 in real terms since April 2018

first_imgTotal pay for employees in the UK, including bonuses, increased by 1.2% in real terms between the periods of February 2018 to April 2018 and February 2019 to April 2019, according to research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).The Average weekly earnings in Great Britain: June 2019 report also found that regular pay, excluding bonus payments, increased by 1.5% in real terms, namely adjusted for consumer price inflation, between February 2018 to April 2018 and February 2019 to April 2019.In nominal terms, having not been adjusted for consumer price inflation, total pay increased by 3.1% and regular pay rose by 3.4% during the same reporting period.Lee Biggins, founder and chief executive officer at CV Library, said: “Pay is up year-on-year and while this is good news for working professionals, the picture is less rosy for businesses. After all, we cannot ignore the fact that businesses are struggling to entice potential candidates out of their roles, in turn having no choice but to offer higher pay in order to remain competitive.”Average regular pay excluding bonus payments for employees in Great Britain was £502 a week in nominal terms, before tax and other deductions from pay, in April 2019. This equates to £468 a week in real terms.The construction sector has seen the greatest average total pay growth, including bonuses, between February to April 2018 and February to April 2019, with a rate of 4.4%; this compares to 3.1% total pay growth across the economy as a whole. The lowest average total pay growth was recorded in the wholesaling, retailing, hotels and restaurants industry, at 1%.In some sectors, average weekly bonus pay outpaced the growth in regular pay. For example, in the construction sector, average weekly bonus pay grew by 17.1% during the reporting period, compared to a 4.1% increase in regular pay. In the finance and business services industry, which is the highest sector for bonus payments, they increased by 1.4% between February to April 2018 and February to April 2019, versus an increase in regular pay of 3.9%.The manufacturing industry and the wholesaling, retailing, hotels and restaurants sector both experienced a fall in bonus payments of 6.2% and 12.8% respectively, while regular pay growth, excluding bonus payments, for these sectors was 2.2% and 2.4% in turn.Jon Boys, labour market economist at the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD), added: “Wage growth continues to outstrip inflation delivering more money to [employees’] pockets. However, real pay, excluding bonuses, is still £5.70 a week lower than the pre-recession high. Some have benefited more than others.”last_img read more

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