Sussex split head coach role between Ian Salisbury and James Kirtley for 2021 season | Cricket News

first_img– Advertisement – James Kirtley (L) and Ian Salisbury will split the role of Sussex head coach in 2021 (credit: Sussex Cricket) Supernovas vs Velocity November 4, 2020, 1:50pmLive on James Kirtley (L) and Ian Salisbury will split the role of Sussex head coach in 2021 (credit: Sussex Cricket)
James Kirtley (L) and Ian Salisbury will split the role of Sussex head coach in 2021 (credit: Sussex Cricket)

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Jenna Nicole Henderson

first_imgJenna Nicole Henderson went to be with Jesus on Sunday, October 2, 2016.  She was born on April 30, 1986 in Louisville, KY.  On September 15, 2012 she married Scott Henderson in Lexington, KY and they reside in Batesville, Indiana.As a teenager, Jenna had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer twice, and went into complete remission both times.  During her treatments at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Jenna began dreaming of caring for pediatric cancer patients.  Almost simultaneously, Jenna became involved in the ministry of Young Life in high school, where she began following Jesus.  After graduating Dixie High School in 2004, she attended and received her Nursing Degree from the University of Kentucky.  Realizing her dream, Jenna worked for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital as a pediatric nurse in the CBDI Clinic, providing care for children battling cancer.  Known also for loving beautiful things, Jenna began capturing images for her small business JennaNicolePhotography.com.Because her most momentous decision was to follow Jesus, Jenna committed her life to sharing the gospel in the same venue where she first heard it, by volunteering as a Young Life leader.  For over 13 years, Jenna walked in the lives of high school students as she proclaimed the grace of Jesus, to which she dearly clung.Jenna was gifted at seeing the beauty in everyone she met.  She viewed it a privilege to pray for and share her faith with family, high school students, co-leaders, oncology patients, coworkers and friends. Innumerable people consider themselves indebted to Jenna for faithfully demonstrating the gospel and know Jesus intimately by her words and example.Jenna is truly missed by her loving husband, Scott, her parents Roy (Sondra) Gilfedder of Nashville, TN and Karen Gilfedder of Erlanger, KY, her brother Scott (Kamilla) Gilfedder of Lexington, KY, her nieces and nephews Coen, Burke & Adalyn along with her father & mother-in-law Mike & Deb Henderson of Greenville, OH, brother & sister-in-law, Ryan & Leah Henderson of Brookville, OH and numerous friends.Visitation will be Friday, October 7, 2016 from 5:00 to 7:00pm followed by a celebration of Jenna’s life, all at Crossroads Uptown, 42 Calhoun St., Cincinnati, OH 45219. There is limited parking on the street and additional parking at Corry Garage, 2529 Scioto Ln., Cincinnati, OH 45219.Graveside services will be 10:30am on Saturday, October 8, 2016 at Greenville Union Cemetery, 200 West St., Greenville, OH 45331.In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Young Life or Ovarian Cancer Research.  Donations to Young Life will go to setting up the Jenna Henderson Memorial Fund, an endowment fund that will help send kids to camp every year.  Checks may be made payable to “Young Life” and may be brought to the services or mailed to Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006.last_img read more

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