first_imgBy Dialogo April 22, 2011 Alleged Colombian drug trafficker Jhon Vasco López, one of the leaders of the Cordillera organization, was detained on 20 April in the port of Guayaquil (in southwestern Ecuador) with forged documents, the police announced. Vasco López, alias ‘Nico,’ who was wanted by Interpol, was arrested at the Guayaquil international airport when he tried to enter the country from Argentina, the police indicated to the press. “He is being detained for a violation” for carrying forged documents, public prosecutor María Coloma said for her part, adding that the Colombian was turned over to the Police Intendant’s Office “for deportation.” “Now if he’s in trouble with the law in his country, he’ll be judged there,” the prosecutor declared, speaking to the media. A year ago, the Ecuadorean police arrested the Colombian Ramón Quintero, one of the world’s ten most-wanted drug traffickers, who was deported to Bogotá. Quintero, alias ‘El Capo’ [‘The Boss’], who was prominent as a leader of the Norte del Valle cartel, was detained in a restaurant in the Ecuadorean capital.last_img read more

first_imgA recent survey showed that credit unions and their members are looking for different things from their credit cards. In fact, 76% credit union card goals were aimed toward growth, while the rest prioritized member services. But here’s the rub: 100% of members polled listed “false declines” as their number one service issue for credit cards. Clearly, there’s a disconnect between member experience and credit union card goals. Growth is a good end goal but making sure existing cardholders feel taken care of is paramount for retention.  There is nothing more frustrating to a member than a false decline in the middle of a busy day. Why Card Declines are a Problem Speaking from personal experience, I know how frustrating a false decline is. Recently, an old friend came through town. We caught up over drinks and because we were on my home turf, I offered to pick up the tab. My card was declined. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

first_imgRobert J. Schoettmer, 89, Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at the Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg. Born, June 21, 1931 in Millhousen, Indiana, he was the son of Joseph Schoettmer and Frances (Thewes) Kuntz. Bob served in the Army during the Korean Conflict.  He retired from Marsh Supermarkets after 45 years.  He was the manager of the Greensburg store for over 30 years. He was a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, Lions Club, American Legion, and VFW. He was very active member of St. Mary’s Church and he was a bell ringer many years for the Cheer Fund. He was married to Kathryn M. Meyer at St. Mary’s Church Greensburg, on October 30, 1954 and she preceded him in death on April 18, 2018. He is survived by his children: Gary & Heather Schoettmer, Beavercreek, Ohio, Keith & Darla Schoettmer, Tipton, Indiana, Kathy Schoettmer, Westfield, Indiana, Mark & Holly Schoettmer, Indianapolis; daughter in law, Sallie Schoettmer, Troy, Ohio; Grandchildren: Benjamin, Daniel, Jason, Amanda, Sarah, Brianna, Gloria and Francine Schoettmer, Emily Sentman, Kristin Flora, Kelli Sears; thirteen Great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and stepfather, Joseph Kuntz; six brothers, Raymond, Alfred, Lawrence, Edward, Leonard, and Anthony Schoettmer; three sisters, Marie Herbert, Lorina Krieger, and Dorothy Redelman. While observing CDC and state guidelines for social distancing and required facial coverings, family and friends will gather at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, August 21, 2020 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg to pray the rosary. Visitation will follow until the funeral mass at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. John Meyer officiating. Interment with military graveside services will be held in the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Greensburg. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Mary’s Catholic Church Building Fund.  Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more