Monday, April 24, 2017 4:00 AM
A ceremony Saturday morning put the finishing touches on making the “Earl Luzader Bridge” official. Luzader is a centenarian who has lived at the same home on Fall Creek Road for 80 years. He uses the bridge to cross Sugar Creek and tend his garden. Montgomery County Commissioners approved a proclamation to name the bridge after Luzader in December. He turned 100 in November. Commissioner Jim Fulwider and County Councilman Don Mills were on hand for the ceremony. A wooden sign created by Larry Ward was placed on the bridge to show its new name. Father Alex Miller offered a blessing.