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Landon Michael and Lucas Scott Weaver entered this life 16 weeks prematurely on Sunday, July 16, 2017, at the Norton Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, born to the loving parents of, Scott Michael Weaver and Dorothy Mae Lamson. Landon and Lucas’ parents were so excited to be expecting two bundles of joy. Their expected date of arrival was to be November 3, 2017. We know that someday we’ll be together again, but for now we’ll keep you in our hearts. Know that we love you more than words can say and that God will protect you while we are apart. Landon passed away on Sunday, July 16, 2017 at the Norton Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky and Lucas passed away on Sunday, August 13, 2017 at the Norton Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Landon Michael and Lucas Scott Weaver will be deeply missed by their father: Scott Michael Weaver of Madison, IN; their mother: Dorothy Mae Lamson of Vevay, IN; their maternal-grandparents: Loren and Marla Lamson of Vevay, IN; their maternal-great-grandparents: Jim and Lois Brooks of Grammer, IN and Marsha Jane Lamson of Vevay, IN; their paternal-grandfather: Michael Weaver of Dupont, IN; their paternal-grandmother: Deborah Leland of Scottsburg, IN; their paternal-great-grandmother: Mary Louise Weaver of Brownstown, IN; their maternal aunts and uncles: Marlena and Donovan Townsend of La Grange, KY, Loren and Tiffany Lamson of Osgood, IN, James Lamson of Vevay, IN and Ben and Chalae Lamson of Oakland City, IN; their paternal aunts and uncle: Mykalia Weaver of Dupont, IN and Elisha and David Caudill of Scottsburg, IN; their maternal-great-aunts and uncles: Anita Sanders and her companion: Dennis Catteron of North Vernon, IN, Angela and Albert Powers of Vevay, IN, Joe and Anna Lamson of Lexington, IN, John and Robin Lamson of Oden, IN, Sara and Daniel Rodgers of Vevay, IN and Laure Lamson of Vevay, IN; their maternal step-great aunts and step-great-uncles: Dennis and Debbie Brooks of Elizabethtown, IN and Leta Brooks of Scipio, IN; their paternal great-aunt: Peggy Jo Hohnstreiter of Seymour, IN and their several cousins.They were preceded in death by their maternal-great-grandfather: James E. Aldred; their maternal-great-grandfather: Joseph E. Lamson; their paternal-great-grandfather: Lee Gordon Weaver and their maternal great-aunt: Jama Lois (Aldred) Hayes.Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 19, 2017, at 10:30 am, by Pastor Joe Lamson at the Riverview Baptist Church, 1341 Spring Branch Road Vevay, Indiana 47043. Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana. Friends may call 9:30 am – 10:30 am, Saturday, August 19, 2017, at the Riverview Baptist Church 1341 Spring Branch Road Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to Landon Michael and Lucas Scott Weaver Fund % Dorothy Lamson. Cards are available at the funeral home or church.
Press Association Red Star Belgrade have announced they have accepted a £5.1million bid from Liverpool for their teenage midfielder Marko Grujic. The Serbian club claimed to have received three offers for the 19-year-old, from Belgian club Anderlecht, German side Stuttgart and the Barclays Premier League Reds. In a statement posted on their official website they revealed they had “unanimously accepted the offer of the English giants”, and had agreed a package that would see Grujic remain with them on loan until the summer. Red Star said: “The board considered the offer and unanimously accepted the offer of the English giants. Liverpool will pay the money immediately, and the player would stay in Red Star until 01/07/2016.” Grujic came through the academy system at Red Star and has represented Serbia at various youth levels, although he is yet to earn his first senior cap. He could become Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s first signing at Anfield after the German took the reins in October, and Red Star insist the financial issues at the club meant they had to accept the Reds’ offer for Grujic. The Serbian club, for whom the likes of Nemanja Vidic, Dejan Stankovic and Nikola Zigic have all played for, nearly went out of business 18 months ago and expect the sale of Grujic to ease their financial concerns. Their statement added: “Red Star Belgrade in the last 10 days received three formal offer for the transfer of our player Marko Grujic, from Anderlecht – two million, of Stuttgart – five million, of Liverpool we received an offer worth seven million euros and 10 percent of the next transfer. “All in Red Star sincerely want to see Marko Grujic playing in our uniform for the next 10 years, but the financial situation of our club dictates the adoption of a different decision.” As well as negotiating a 10 per cent sell-on fee, Red Star also revealed they met Grujic’s father’s wish to see him stay in Belgrade on a loan deal until the summer. “Marko Grujic should go to a player that continues to develop in one of the biggest clubs in the world; the club is probably the dream of every player on the planet,” Red Star’s statement said. “We are convinced, just like the people from Liverpool, Marko Grujic has the quality for a great club and that in England he can make a great career.”