Ann will be missed..
Ann Wineland will be missed after passing away as a surprise to all club members on
November 25th, 2015.
Ann has been a member of the Madison Area Bicycle Club since 2000. Along with her husband Jon, they were heavily involved in club acctivities from filling officer chairs, heading up committees and leading club rides
Needless to say she will be surely missed.
Below are details about Ann:
Theresa Ann Wineland, 63, of Bedford, Ky., died Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015.
She was born in 1952, in Richmond, to Robert and Margaret Butler. She spent her childhood in Richmond and Marion. She was a 1974 graduate of Indiana University, majoring in romance languages, followed by an immersion bicycle tour in Europe. She settled in Indianapolis, where she opened a photo laboratory and did freelance photography. She earned a comprehensive health care administrator’s license in 1988 and ran homes in Madison and Scottsburg. She then moved to England, where she worked with the Hampshire Association for the Care of the Blind. She continued her career at nursing homes in Brookville, Hanover and North Vernon before retiring in 2005. She was interested in environmental conservation and social justice. She was also a cyclist and gardener. She enjoyed yoga, cats and music, especially opera. She had been a member of the Madison Area Bicycle Club since 2000.
She is survived by her husband, Jon; and three siblings, Beth of New York, Judy of Atlanta and Andrew Butler of Nebraska.
Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Online condolences can be sent at www.morgan-nay.com.
Click Here !! to see other pictures from past touring with Jon and Ann.
he STEM Bicycle Club is a program at Southwestern School Corporation that encourages students to become interested and pursue further education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) career fields after graduation from SWHS. This program was made possible by grant money received from Eco15 of Jefferson County led by Ms. Katie Wood. The money was used to purchase mountain bikes, bike stands, helmets, tools, and other accessories. The program was open to all 7th grade students at Southwestern with 13 students enrolling. The club met each Thursday after school for 1.5-2 hours over the 10 week program.
The students initially assembled their bicycles out of the box then disassembled and reassembled all the systems of the bicycle. This included...removing/installing wheels after changing tires/tubes, attaching brake cables and adjusting for proper performance, tightening of stem and handlebars for proper positioning, adjusting derailleurs for proper shifting, removal and installation of crankset with cleaning and greasing, and adjusting all components for proper fit.
The program culminated on Saturday May 14, 2016. The students took a bike ride with MABC members leading the ride. The students rode 3.25 miles from Southwestern around Hanover College and back. Additionally, some also joined in riding to Chelsea General Store. The ride was very cold (50 degrees) and windy (12-15 mph winds out of the northwest) but the students persevered without much complaint. We are very proud of these thirteen students that completed this 10 week program. MABC members, Dave Fleming and Mickey Waller assisted the club as mentors over the 10 week period. Each student also received a free MABC membership that includes a 10% discount on all purchases at Fizz'z Bike Shop. We hope this becomes a yearly program.
Additional mentors were Andrew Garrett and Grayson Bond from Grote Manufacturing and Dale Mabry from VSG. Dave Bramer, STEM teacher at Southwestern, was the leader of this program.