Marilyn Jean Caswell, 86, formerly of Dillsboro, passed away June 22, 2019, at Hickory Creek Nursing Home in Madison. Marilyn was born Tuesday, April 4, 1933 in Dillsboro, Indiana, the daughter of Ervin and Edith (Schmalle) Lanvermeyer. She married Donald Caswell August 3, 1963 and he preceded her in death January 24, 2009. She was a past member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Dillsboro and formerly worked for Duke Energy as a secretary. She enjoyed playing bingo and wearing jewelry.Marilyn is survived by her brother Jerry Lanvermeyer of Dillsboro; niece Dawn “Michele” (Matt) Bell of Madison; and stepchildren: Connie Jean, Amber and Ricky Caswell all from Indiana. She was preceded in death by her husband and her parents.A service celebrating her life will be held at the convenience of the family. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812) 432-5480. You may go to www.filtrdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Conte’s Chelsea, who are currently five points adrift of Tottenham Hotspur, are chasing fourth place in the Premier League standings.“This could be a good opportunity for us,” the Italian said. “As I said a lot of times in the last three games, if we want to keep the hope alive we have to win. We have to get three points.“Liverpool are a good team. It won’t be easy, but if we want to keep alive the hope, we have to try to win, to get three pointsÂ on Sunday.”Chelsea will have left wing-back Marcos Alonso available to face Liverpool after the Spaniard served his three-match ban, while midfielder Danny Drinkwater – who has been left out for the last two games – also returns after a groin problem.However, both David Luiz and Ethan Ampadu are still out with injury.Liverpool, meanwhile, are still missing Joel Matip, Emre Can, Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with injury, while defender Joe Gomez is also a doubt after missing the trip to Rome.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Liverpool take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge liveÂ on SundayÂ afternoon knowing that a point will virtually seal a top-four finish in the Premier League.Jurgen Klopp’s side will arrive in west London in buoyant mood having progressed to the Champions League final against Real Madrid by getting the better of Roma 7-6 on aggregate in midweek. The Liverpool manager has likened the weekend clash with Chelsea to a Champions League semi-final.“Both games are very, very important,” said the German. “I have said it before. How I see, we have two semis again against Chelsea and Brighton.“There is no chance to think of anything else and then we have two weeks to prepare for this game. It is not for three, it sounds crazy to prepare for this game now.”In the end, we need to be ready for Chelsea, it is the same situation as Roma. It is clear we can make life easier for us if we get a result.“It is always a difficult place, but we will try to be 100 per cent ready.”Meanwhile, Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte thinksÂ Sunday’sÂ clash could be a good time to play Liverpool after their exertions in RomeÂ on WednesdayÂ night.