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Adam Tucker posted on 4/12/21

The world ain't gonna be the same without you brice. You were such a great person and my condolences go to all your family and friends. You will be missed and never forgotten

 

Anne Dodd posted on 4/12/21

Rest easy big dude. You was my nephew Dylan best friend. Fly high and please watch over Dylam and Nate

 

Chuck and Nancy Wenning posted on 4/12/21

Denise & Nancy, Please accept our deepest sympathy in the passing of your father. I met your father about 7 years ago while we were walking at the Franklin Recreation center. I had seen your father for several months walking, but had really never spoken to him other than a general greeting. I remember the very day we became friends. It was on a Sunday afternoon in mid October. I had gone to the rec center to walk and I passed him on the track. I was listen to music, so I wasn't sure if I heard someone speak to me or not, but I turned and asked him if he had said something. He said, "Yes I did." I said that I was sorry I didn't hear him and he repeated what he had said to me. He told me that he had noticed me many times walking at the center and that I had beautiful hair. I laughed a bit, and said to him, "That's quite a pick-up line!" We both giggled a bit and introduced ourselves and proceeded to walk for almost an hour and talk. I truly believe that God intentionally puts people in our paths for a reason and I am sure that happened on that gorgeous fall afternoon. He was wearing tan pants, white shirt and a yellow vest that day. I told him that I had worn the very same color combination to church that morning. He told me about his church, his family (which he was obviously very proud of) and his military history. Your father was a very interesting person to talk to and had lived a very blessed life. He spoke often of your mother, who of course I had never met but felt like I had. His love for her was very evident and he missed her very much. Your father met my husband at the center as well and they loved to clown around and play little jokes on each other. I remember how excited he was for us when our grandchildren started arriving. I have pictures of your father, Chuck and little Grace walking during the day at the center. We often would be out riding our bikes in the evenings and would stop by the house to chat for a few minutes. We enjoyed exchanging puzzles. When his health started to fail and he moved from his house, we were not able to find out if he was still at the home or not and we lost touch. I have thought of him often and feel very blessed to have known him. He left a good testimony of his faith, which is one of our purposes here on this earth. I will always remember the many conversations we enjoyed while walking and be grateful for the short time that we had. May God bless your families during this time.

 

James & Jacqueline Hennigar posted on 4/12/21

Denice and Nancy, are heartfelt condolences. We appreciated his friendship and accounting services for many years.

 

Mary Alice Zetterberg Lanning posted on 4/12/21

Hi Denise and Nancy. I remember Rex and Maryln from Hazelwood Christian Church. I have a letter written Jan. 10, 1948, from Dott to Sherd (Sheridan Whitney, my grandfather). Dott had received a phone call from Grandpa who was lonely after his wife, Minnie, died. He wanted Dott and family to move in with him. Part of her response was: We can not move in with you as we have an eight room house furnished here (Albany) and with mother and Rex your house would not be big enough. We all work and we wouldn't be much company for you, etc. Love, Dott I thought you might enjoy this memory. Sorry for your loss. I remember seeing Maryln and Rex memorial stone in Elm Ridge Cemetery Mausoleum.

 

Jan Cheesman posted on 4/12/21

Bruce, Kathy and Carol I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a wonderful lady. Her and my were great friends. I remember our parents going on vacations together and riding motorcycles. I use to go shopping and went to bingo with her and mom. R.I.P. Joan. You will be missed.

 

Jan Cheesman posted on 4/11/21

Bruce, Kathy and Carol I am sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful person. Her and mom were great friends.i remember our parents going on vacations together and riding motorcycles. You are in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do please let me know. Love Jan

 

 

Jerit posted on 4/11/21

Brice was like a son to me I just wish I could have helped him more love you Brice

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 4/11/21

Sweet lady, she will be missed. Prayer and Sympathy. R.I.P. Joan

 

Kathy Gaydos posted on 4/11/21

Best mother ever. I am heartbroken.

 

 

Ramona M.Holt posted on 4/11/21

My Grandson Best Friend And A Sweet Boy Rest In Heaven Brice

 

Cindy Morgan (Bailey) posted on 4/10/21

So sorry for your loss, I 1st met Spencer in a small garage he was working on motorcycles....I was engaged to a guy and they raced dirt bikes together....prayers for all of you

 

Robert M Paille posted on 4/10/21

me and spence had some good times , will be missed

 

Rose Ireland posted on 4/10/21

Prayers for peace for Spencer's family and friends

 

Maxine Baird posted on 4/10/21

Always up for a motorcycle ride I will miss those rides

 

Andrew Quinlog posted on 4/9/21

I'm terribly sorry I couldn't be there to attend. Lyndsey was a wonderful friend to me, and an absolute driving force for who I am now as a person. She was nothing but supportive for me throughout my time living in Arizona, and the reason I came to and now live in Iowa. I wish both Steve and Vicki my greatest love and support as they get through everything.

 

Maureen Twigg posted on 4/8/21

Dear Sue and family. Please accept our condolences on the loss of Leonard. Our thoughts are with you. Maureen and John Twigg

 

Gerald posted on 4/7/21

Too early

 

 

Angie Beckett posted on 4/7/21

I will miss you terribly Steve. My daughter says she'll never forget how long you sat with her teaching her how to fish at Dads pond. And my other girls remember your arts and crafts. Definetely gave them something to talk about with there friends. Yes they remember dads trash can and the tree in it. Love you Steve.

 

Noah Koontz posted on 4/7/21

Condolences, thoughts and prayers. Very sorry for your loss.

 

Marcia Ketterman posted on 4/6/21

Steve was a sweet child. One memory that i often think about occurred during a family outing to New Castle park. We were hiking along with the kids following behind us like little ducks. Suddenly we heard a terrible commotion as a small child was screaming hysterically from the top of the hill. I made some comment about parents who could not keep track of their children and turned around to count my own eight little ducks. However I only got to seven when I ran out of children and realized that was my child. Steve's father quickly ran up the hill and picked Steven up. Steve looked at his father and said, "You guys need to be more careful, you almost got lost!"

 

Mike Turner posted on 4/6/21

Steve was a kindhearted person who appreciated the smaller things in life. I am sorry that we didn’t share more time together as we all grew older. Rest In Peace my brother. -Mikey

 

Harold and Rita Roberts posted on 4/6/21

Thinking of you and your family during this time. I still have the baton that Leonard gave to me several years ago. May God’s blessings be with you.

 

ED FLORI posted on 4/6/21

No twin who has ever attended the twin conventions in my time frame can ever forget Judy. She was very good at organizing all the events and was good manager. She and her twin were elegant and wonderful to know. God bless. Ed & Ralph Flori--former Co-Vice Presidents of ITA.

 

Emily Kress posted on 4/6/21

Oh Sue, I was so sad to see your dear husband has died. What a treasure he was. He was such a genuinely nice person. I will always remember your drafting him to be the accompanist for the Christmas program when you were our music teacher. During dress rehearsal in the church he was gazing about the nave and apse and just imagining those acoustics for a performance. It makes me smile to remember. I hope in the days ahead you will smile, too, as you remember special times and beautiful music.

 

Marilyn J Marks posted on 4/6/21

Dear Susan and Family, Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of Leonard. He was a delight when visiting Storer Elementary, and accompanying varying choral performances. Thank you for sharing him with us. Marilyn Marks

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 4/5/21

Peace of Christ with the Atherton family.

 

Homer Pence posted on 4/5/21

Dear Susan, I was saddened to read of Leonard's passing. I always enjoyed his friendship and our musical collaboration. M y sympathies and condolences to you and your family. Homer

 

Ryan Hourigan, Director, School of Music posted on 4/5/21

Dear Atherton Family, Please extend our sympathies to you and your family on the passing of Leonard. He will be missed. I'm sure that many in the School of Music remember his warm personality and passion for his craft. I will miss our conversations and seeing him on the soccer field by the hospital on my drive to or from work. I remember recently our concert at Hilbert Circle Theatre where we were able to honor him and how proud Sue was seeing him give his speech. We will be making a contribution to either the ECYSO or the foundation requested in the obituary. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Brenda (Fears) Bell posted on 4/5/21

Vickie, I am so sorry to hear about ur daughter's passing. You have been in my prayers every since I heard. May God bring u & the family comfort in this time of grieving.

 

Brenda Cribbs posted on 4/4/21

My thoughts and prayers to all of you.....

 

Bob Fritz posted on 4/4/21

Missing my soccer - playing buddy. My sincere condolences to his family

 

 

wendie kollar posted on 4/3/21

Gone way too soon and never will be forgotten. You have left a big void in my heart.

 

 

Shawnna posted on 4/3/21

So sorry to hear this. Love and hugs to all

 

 

Wendie Kollar posted on 4/3/21

I will forever feel like something is missing from my life. I miss you so much mom.

 

 

Yolanda Cleveland posted on 4/2/21

I always enjoyed you on Facebook may you rest in peace

 

Debbie Richcreek posted on 4/2/21

Prayers of peace and comfort for Jerry, Linda, Jeff and Jamie at the passing of your dear mother and grandmother. Ron and Debbie Richcreek

 

Betty King posted on 4/2/21

SO SORRY TO HEAR OF THE LOSS JANE. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. GOD BLESS.

 

Shonda Batio posted on 4/2/21

Even though the actual physical time I got to spend with My Dad was few and far between, I always felt such a Connection with Him, I loved His friendliness and love for life I'm glad My outlook on life was so much like Him, He always had a story to tell and was definitely a very Empathetic Person towards Others, and like Some have said He had a great laugh and I'm never going to forget it! I love You Dad We will get to spend eternity in Heaven together and be able to make up lost time, until We meet again Your Daughter Shonda Lynn Batio

 

ANGIE HUFF posted on 4/2/21

DENISE, I AM SO SORRY FOR YOU LOSS. I REMEMBER WAITING ON YOUR MOTHER AND SISTER AT THE RESTAURANT. THEY WERE BOTH SWEET LADIES.

 

Steve & Oliver posted on 4/1/21

didnt see much of each other but was a good friend an went to school with him

 

Tanya posted on 4/1/21

So many special memories! Bonnie held a special place in my ❤️! Special Memories shared with her and Denise will be treasured! Three amazing daughters and her son Bob that she spoke of and shared so many memories of him with me! Thinking of her family through this time of sorrow!XOXO Tanya

 

Lori Ann Miller posted on 3/31/21

Lynde and family, I am so sorry to hear of your dear grandmother's passing. Praying that God will give you peace and comfort as you go through this trying time.

 

Rita J. Nixon Padgett posted on 3/31/21

Heaven gained another Angel this week. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. It's hard to lose a mom.

 

Jerri Bradburn posted on 3/31/21

Rip pearl u were like an adopted daughter to me and everyone we knew loved u.rip

 

Kevin Herbert posted on 3/31/21

In our hearts and never forgotten and RIP and Fly high my daughter

 

 

Michael Hajek posted on 3/31/21

Rest In Peace

 

Cheryll Crose posted on 3/31/21

To the daughters and families of Bonnie Nixon, I’m sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was a fine lady to all. I worked with her at JCPenney for many years. I loved seeing you all at the Nixon reunions or passing in the court house headed to the 4-H office. Family is so important at a time of loss. We are in Florida, so I’ll miss her service. Thinking of you. Cheryll Nixon Crose

 

Chris McCammon posted on 3/31/21

Pam, I am so sorry to hear about hear about your loss and you have my deepest sympathy

 

Dennis Babb posted on 3/31/21

Please accept my condolences. Thinking of all of you, especially to Lynn and Greg our neighbors!

 

Lisa Evans posted on 3/31/21

Sending each of you hugs and prayers during this difficult time, but especially to our friend, Lynn. Wishing each of you peace and comfort along with happy memories of your dear mother to ease the days ahead.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 3/31/21

Lynn and Family, I'm sorry to read of your mother's passing. Prayers and Sympathy.

 

Orv Quilling posted on 3/30/21

So many good times so long ago. My best to all the York family. Great memories from Orv's drive in and beyond.

 

Richard Williams posted on 3/30/21

Sorry to hear of Dave's passing. Dave and I are the same age. He was my cousen on my Dad's side (Howard Williams). Although we were somewhat distant I always liked Dave. My he rest in peace.

 

Doreen Currey posted on 3/30/21

Cheryl and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Healing prayers!

 

Rodger dale lawless posted on 3/30/21

A dear:brother/ friend/ who always had the time to chat!! You will be dearly missed!:( R.I.P.

 

Eric Scroggins posted on 3/29/21

I can't even remember the number of times I've listened to Batio and my dad swap stories. He gave me my first ride on a bulldozer and a backhoe when I was a kid, King's Island didn't have a ride that would have made me happier as a kid! Peace and love.

 

june laycock posted on 3/29/21

We thank Mike for being a wonderful, loving and proud Grandpa to Lucy and devoted Father-in-law to Angie. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong and know we love you so much. Aunt June and Uncle Danny and all the Laycock and Purvis cousins. xoxo

 

Victoria Williams posted on 3/29/21

It saddens me deeply to hear Batio has passed away along with family memories and stories. I loved all my family very much and most of the elders are now gone. David was such a hoot with his infectious laugh and crazy stories around the Williams family. I wish l could’ve seen him one more time. RIP David and tell the family hello. Now you can watch over all of us. And Tweety, if you read this get ahold of me, your little cousin Vickie (Don and Phyllis)

 

suellyn vazquez ritchie and family posted on 3/29/21

Life as a farmer, life as a teacher, life as a friend, life as a father, and grandfather. Memories made and never forgotten.

 

Mike Milligan posted on 3/29/21

Mike, or Raef as most of us called him, and I worked together in the tool room at Chrysler. Many many stories and memories. I visited his home once that I remember. He was a fun person to be around. I know he will be missed by many people. I send my condolences to all of his family. God bless you. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Jennifer (Fields) Hayes posted on 3/28/21

My condolences to the Reed family. Mr. Reed was my second grade teacher at Garfield Elementary. I remember visiting the farm as a school field trip. It was possibly the first time as a child I gained appreciation of the garden, the animals, and enjoying nature.

 

TBL posted on 3/27/21

Mike and I have been lifelong friends since we met at college in 1972. His passing is sad, but our loyal friendship and stories galore will always bring a smile to my face when I think of him. TBL

 

Tammie Brooks posted on 3/27/21

I send my sincere sympathies to the family members of Mike. I was a colleague of his at West View Elementary School for many years. Mike was an excellent teacher and had a positive influence on the many students who were in his classroom.

 

Dan Schaefer posted on 3/27/21

Sadly missed Bear Creek Coon Hunters

 

Peggy Keppler posted on 3/26/21

Richard and sisters, I. Remember your Mother when we were neighbors at Pettigrew Acres. She was always very sweet and kind to your friends.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 3/26/21

Nancy and family--My condolences to all of you in the passing of your mother. What a full life she lead. Even though she was 100 years old--how remarkable--it is difficult to say that final goodbye. Treasure all the wonderful memories. Most sincerely, Kay Rankin (Jean Turner Filson's cousin)

 

Kathy Hickey posted on 3/26/21

Sweet sweet Aunt Annie! Kind, hardworking, and one of three very strong women. RIP Love Kathy

 

Barbara Thompson posted on 3/26/21

Louise was one of 5 women that made up the group called "Cutie Patooties. 5 Widows that spent 5 years doing so many wonderful thinks. We met at a Grief Support Group and I decided to try something to help myself and 4 other women to get on with life and enjoy it after losing our spouses. I had picked these ladies for their personalities and how friendly and willing they were to try everything. We did many things, starting with hand decorating sweat shirts with "Cutie Patooties" on it in any style we preferred. We did crafts, dinners, picnics, trips etc. We went to Hawaii, Mackinaw Island, Missouri, New York, Florida and many other short trips. We celebrated all holidays with each other etc. Many Winters Louise was in Florida with her family but we would call her and tell her we missed her. We actually made the trip to Florida one Winter and spent a week with her, what a great time we had and always had. God bless her and her family during this sad but grateful time that we got to share her life for a few great years.

 

Melesa McNutt posted on 3/26/21

Mike, you sure will be missed. Thank you for all your help with the Grant County Coonhunters Club and the Peru Club. We spent many hours working in the kitchen! RIP my friend!

 

MARCIA shaver floyd posted on 3/26/21

Mike was one of a kind. So enjoyed visiting with him about cattle. Has been some time since I saw him, but to his family, please my thoughts and prayers are with you. May you all know love and peace. Yours truly, Marcia Shaver of Mysha Herd,

 

Judy Griffith posted on 3/26/21

All three of my kids had Mr Reed at Westview. He was a great Teacher and made a Hugh impression on their beginning of their education. My Dad also worked with Mikes Dad Hank and both my Parents went on several trips to French Lick with his Parents. Mike was a great Teacher and person and loved his family so much. We always heard his stories about his kids. What my kids and even myself learned from him will be forever with us. May all your fond memories and knowing the legacy he has left get all of you through this sad time. Fondly,The Griffith and Elliott Families.

 

Megan Webb posted on 3/25/21

My thoughts and prayers are with friends and family. He was my 2nd grade teacher and literally the most memorable I ever had

 

Pat Bolinger posted on 3/25/21

Phil and I send our condolences for the loss of Richard’s mother, prayers for you and your family.

 

Heather posted on 3/25/21

I had mr reed for 2nd grade at west view elementary from 1987-88. He was a difficult teacher for me but really pushed me, I learned a lot, and I have fond memories. Especially when he brought us out to the farm and we.got to milk the cows! He also had us do a "taste test" which ended up being cow tongue cow brain and.cow heart! Holy cow! I still tell that story to this day as one of my most memorable school experiences! I wish his family well and I'm sorry for your loss!

 

Ruth Kiger posted on 3/25/21

So sorry for your loss. I'm glad you got to be with your mom. It means so much.

 

Kathy Carey posted on 3/25/21

Sending the family my prayers & condolences. Mr. Reed was my 2nd grade teacher in 1977-78 at Garfield. Two of my fond memories were: He would cook some unique dishes for us at school about once a month. One thing I remember him making the class was homemade butter, which is something I never experienced. The last memory was at the end of the school year, we got to spend a day at his farm. I got to milk a cow for the first time, and would play with his little chicks. Mr. Reed was a good man, and will truly be missed! RIP!!

 

Dennis Babb posted on 3/25/21

My condolences

 

Kate Crnich Harding posted on 3/25/21

I saw this posted in a group for people who attended Westview Elementary. Mr. Reed was my 2nd grade teacher in 1987 and to this day I can still remember him and so many things about his class so vividly. He was an outstanding teacher who truly made an impression on me as a child. Truly what a teacher should be. I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Beth Harris posted on 3/25/21

I don’t really know where to even begin, my son's both had Mike at Westview. They both loved him dearly! My youngest son Zac had him twice Zac was a challenging boy Mike was the BEST thing that ever happened to that kid!! Knew all the right ways to handle him I could talk forever but the most important thing I want to share is Zac is now 35 years old and doing very well, to this day always references “Mr. Reed” he truly left a lifetime impression on him for that I’ll be eternally grateful! Please know the amount of respect myself and my family has for him! Prayers for pease and comfort during these hard times wishing you all well.

 

Jean Drumm posted on 3/25/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Mike was a great teacher and a wonderful friend.

 

Janet M Robbins posted on 3/25/21

I'm so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. He was a great classmate. I last saw him at Anderson WalMart picking up picture over 22 years ago. Prayers for your family.

 

Dan Moore posted on 3/24/21

Praying for peace for the family

 

Debbie Rempe posted on 3/24/21

Derek and Carrie, I'm so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and sending prayers!

 

 

Judy Chambers posted on 3/24/21

So sorry for your Loss of your Dad Brad. Keeping you & Family in my Prayers.

 

Dr. Ron Ross posted on 3/23/21

To Julia's Family, I would like to express my condolences to you all in the death of your special loved one. As a frequent speaker for both Vespers and the Wednesday Devotionals for the past twenty years, one becomes attached to a number of residents. Julia was, indeed, one of those special persons. She was blessed with a long and fruitful life, and will be greatly missed.

 

Rod and Emmy Craddock posted on 3/23/21

We loved our Aunt Louise and her family so much. Sending condolences to the family. We will miss her so much. We always enjoyed when Louise , Charlie and family would come to visit us here in West Virginia. So glad we talked with Louise a few weeks ago. Pawpaw Joe was here at our house and we called her and chatted with her. RIP Louise......prayers for the family.......

 

 

Anne Marks-Gaertner posted on 3/23/21

Louise was always a bright light in a sometimes crazy world. Her gentle southern accent, warm and welcoming smile, great sense of humor, wonderful stories and life lessons were a blessing to all of us who called her friend. Her spirit will be dearly missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Sherry Lynn Holland posted on 3/22/21

My Heartfelt Condolences ♥️ Prayers for the family.

 

Mrs Kelly June (Hart) Boyce posted on 3/21/21

This was my very precious Aunt whom I was named after and loved very much. When I would come home I would try my best to go see her. The last time me, my husband Lonnie and my grandson went and seen her and she looked just like the day I left Muncie and moved to Florida. She actually came and seen me when she was here 24 years ago. I will love her always and she will always hold a special place in my heart till I see her again in heaven. My you fly high on the mountain with our dear Heavenly Father. I will always love you and never forget you. Till I see you again.

 

sherry Mason posted on 3/21/21

Always Sherry Your b-day coming up I'll be seeing you

 

Fred and Netha Wyman posted on 3/21/21

Our sympathy to your family during this time of sorrow.

 

Kendra McCaffrey posted on 3/20/21

Ruthanne and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You and I worked together at Kings Dept Store and I remember when Ronnie and you started dating. You both were so happy. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Michael Polczynski posted on 3/20/21

Years ago Kurt and I and about six other random people would go on an annual fishing trip to Lake Michigan. One year we had two father/son teams; Jack and Kurt and me and Drew. This gave our team an age span from about 10 years old to 50 years old. The age span made no difference because everyone's sides were hurting from laughter on the trip up. The next day, our sides were hurting from either too much fun the day before or from motion sickness from the rocking of the boat. Jack rallied every time he had a fish and after a good night sleep we were at it again. 30 years later I still find myself telling stories to people about our trip. Thanks for the great memories, Jack. Mike P

 

Lakreedra Coleman posted on 3/19/21

Going miss you tt love you so much

 

Nancy Wean Reece posted on 3/19/21

We were saddened to read about Eleanore’s death. We had lost all contact with her after Jack died so we are sorry we have not been better friends. Both of us worked with Eleanore at Morrison-Mock school for many years and appreciated her kindness to us. She especially enjoyed her last years teaching 1st grade where she delighted in watching these little ones soak up learning. Oh, by the way, the entire school knew all about Lindsay and Philip. She loved you two. Jim and Nancy Wean Reece

 

Lynn Murray posted on 3/18/21

Sorry to hear of Ellies passing. She was a client of mine for quite some time in Muncie at Studio 2007 hair designers. We became instant friends, and always loved seeing her and sharing our family stories. I heard so much about the grandchildren and her love for her family. Rest In Peace my sweet friend Ellie. May each of you find strength and joy in her memory.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 3/18/21

Dixie and Family, Sorry for your loss. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Jack

 

Eric A. Williams posted on 3/18/21

Love you mama you were beautiful in many ways. Forever you will have a place in my heart. Love you always

 

Brandi Williams posted on 3/18/21

Grandma I just want to say I Love You soooo much and will miss you dearly there hasn't been a day that has passed that I haven't thought about you. Rest peacefully forever

 

Brad Sorrell posted on 3/18/21

very sorry for your loss

 

Kenneth SCHUCK posted on 3/18/21

Bob and Jan, So sorry for your loss. I knew Rosemary not only as Bob's mother but as a friend when she worked downtown. I saw her from time to time over the years and my wife Barbara got to know and like her as well.

 

Marcus Williams posted on 3/18/21

R.I.H momma,you'll forever be miss,I love you!!

 

Tish Sanders posted on 3/17/21

From a close friend of Brandi's, I just wanted to send my condolences to the family, may she RIP and suffer no more.

 

Helen & John Fisher posted on 3/17/21

Sending our condolences to Dixie and all of Jacks family. I will always remember Jack as a very kind man with a wonderful smile.

 

Curtis Williams posted on 3/17/21

Love you so much momma. Strongest woman I've ever known. No more pain or worries I know you in a better place now and I will see you again one day. Miss and love you so much RIH until I can see you again.

 

Dennis Babb posted on 3/17/21

So sorry to hear this, Kim and Family. Please accept our condolences, Dennis and Rodney

 

 

Tarra Logan posted on 3/17/21

I will always remember spending the summer with Nikki and her parents. The world shines less bright without her. Nikki, you will be missed.

 

Gloria Norwood-Hubrins posted on 3/17/21

Heaven has gained a angle my Big Sister.I will always love U.Give the Family a kiss for me..

 

 

Judith Hubrins posted on 3/17/21

My dear sister Airlean William.... I Miss you Rest In Peace Sister and She will be missed❤️

 

Beth Walker posted on 3/15/21

I was her lunch lady at Southside and I always loved her smile. So sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers from me for her family.

 

Jeaette Rich posted on 3/15/21

I’m so sorry to see this and sorry I could not make the service I have fond memories of her. Lori, Bryan, and Grant I’m so sorry for your loss

 

Greg Raike posted on 3/14/21

From the McCane extended family in Rushville and those who have moved throughout the country, we all remember Aunt Jewell. Rest In Peace.

 

Maxine Allin posted on 3/14/21

Dear China...I was sad to her of Benny's passing and surprised. I have you in my thoughts. Lots of memories . Our Pearce Swartz ohana has good dna genes:) Brent sent me a card so I would know.... I remember the 3 of us last spent afternoon at Ports of Call in San Pedro...remembering everyone....thinking good thoughts of you China With love Maxine

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 3/14/21

Chris and Family, I'm sorry to read of Ellie's passing. We were friends of Ellie and Jack back in the Muncie days. In fact, Claudia was one of my lunch bunch from Anthony Elm days. This was before school cafeterias. I remember you girls. Not so sure you remember me. Kurt, Kris, Eddie, Rickie were my four. I have 13 grands and #12 great on the way. I'm still in Funcie as we sometimes call it, still in the same house. Sorry about dad & Claudia also. I do recall hearing she'd passed but that's all. Take care, If there's a service I'd try to be there. Prayers and sympathy, Sarah R.I.P. Ellie

 

 

Teresa Mumford posted on 3/12/21

Every time a beautiful full moon appears, I will think of all the times we called each other & said “did you see the moon?..it’s so beautiful!” Now, I will just say it out loud to you in heaven -

 

Beth Bugg posted on 3/12/21

Worked with Beverly in Child Support for many years. She will be missed.

 

Gary and Darlene McIntee posted on 3/12/21

Sending our condolences to you and your family. So glad to have met Bev when we were in Florida. Loved her stories and know how she loved linedancing. A super person and will be missed.

 

Earlene (Sutphin) Partenheimer posted on 3/11/21

Larry Badders & Family/Russell and I are sorry for your loss. Beverly was a great friend and Mississinewa classmate. We will greatly miss your visits in Florida. We looked forward to seeing you both each year. Beverly and I also attended Jonesboro Friends Church.

 

Valerie Abram posted on 3/11/21

I was recently sadden to hear the news about Todd's passing. I met Todd a few years back when he was kind enough to do a roofing job at cost for a wonderful community servant friend of mine, Kat Knox. Her roof was in terrible shape with leaks all over inside with no money to fix it. The Muncie community came together and we raised enough money to get her a new roof, thanks in part to Todd's kind hearted "at cost" supplies and labor donation at cost. I really admired Todd for this, and we spoke several times since then sharing jobs leads, etc. He will be missed in many ways. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Valerie Abram, Owner Abram's Painting in Muncie.

 

Jeff Weller posted on 3/10/21

What a great man. One of the most sincere and kind men I have ever known. A devoted fan of the Muncie South Rebels. Thank you Gordon for you kind words over the many years we interacted. God Bless your family.

 

Tom and Dixie Ebrite posted on 3/10/21

Larry and family, we are so sorry to hear Beverly has passed. It was a great surprise when we found out. Beverly will be greatly missed by all. Sorry we won't be able to attend, Tom broke is ankle and is unable to walk, and Dixie had another back surgery Dec. 7th.

 

Carolyn Woolard Longman posted on 3/9/21

Your momma was always a looker! Even her high school picture!! Keep the memories in y'all's heart and carry her with y'all always! She lived a long and I'm sure, wonderful life!!! I remember both of your parents very well! They were great parents! Our deepest condolences to the entire family!!!

 

 

Elaine E Turner Pumphrey posted on 3/9/21

Beverly and I were the two youngest members of the 1956 Senior Class of Mississinewa HS.

 

Eula B Yeater posted on 3/9/21

I am so sorry to see that Beverly has passed. I first met her at J C Knight school in sixth grade, and became instant friends. We did not see each other much lately, but I will miss her.

 

Charles Weasel posted on 3/8/21

Can’t believe you’re gone. I am going mis you buddy. Your friend always.

 

Charles Weasel posted on 3/8/21

Can’t believe your gone will miss you buddy. Love you. Chuck

 

David G Fuller posted on 3/8/21

Sorry to hear of Darrell's passing. I was acquainted with him through the Moose golf league many years ago. He was a very kind and friendly person who was always fun to be around. Condolences to his family.

 

Dorothy Vores posted on 3/8/21

Marty and Krista my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Kammy Popiwczak posted on 3/8/21

Rest In Peace, Lynn. It was such a pleasure to know you. Your love of animals shone through you, enlightening us all. God bless you. The world is darker with you gone. My prayers for your family and friends.

 

 

Cathy Weasel posted on 3/8/21

I am so sorry for your loss. He was one of my husband long time friend. They worked together at GM. He will be missed. Chuck talked with him last week . RIP

 

Linda Summerville posted on 3/7/21

Lynn was a wonderful man. My husband and I were so thankful and blessed to know him. My sincere love and prayers are with Sheila, Diane and the family.

 

Dennis and Linda Asher posted on 3/7/21

You will be greatly missed Lynn, loved having you as our neighbor.

 

John William Irwin posted on 3/7/21

Jay and Marty, great memories from Woodland Park. The house pool, Marty swimming at the gravel pit, Jay taking a joy ride down the drive way. She and Roland were great parents. Sympathies, John Irwin. Santa Fe, NM

 

Ken Bemis posted on 3/6/21

I will always remember talking to Darrell at the kitchen table as a teenager. he was always nice to me.

 

Janet Fibiger posted on 3/6/21

Mike, So sorry to hear about Wilma .... We will keep you in our prayers. Love, Dennis Price and Janet Fibiger.

 

Ruth McCormick posted on 3/6/21

I am sorry for your loss Jim and all the family. I pray for comfort and peace.

 

Rick and Heather Harris posted on 3/4/21

Trey was always making people laugh from an early age. His smile was enough to make people around him happy. We are sorry for your loss, we don't have the right words to express our sympathy for your families. You are in our thoughts.

 

Lois Green posted on 3/4/21

My sincere condolences to the Taylor family. I am sorry that am so behind on the newspaper that I missed the calling for Danny. Was so saddened to see this, but I feel assured that he is in paradise with the Lord. I last spoke with Danny just prior to the lockdown and he was such a delight to talk to - always an upbeat attitude and enjoying his apartment at Westminster. I first met Danny when I worked at Bracken Library, he was such a hard worker and I enjoyed taking our break time together and chatting. After I left, it seemed that we ran into each other at least once a year and would catch up. I will miss that. The world has lost a good man. Sending prayers and blessings your way. Sincerely, Lois

 

 

Tamara Pinkston posted on 3/4/21

R.I.H Trey. Love ya Sweetie..

 

Elizabeth Scott posted on 3/4/21

I can't believe you're gone Trey. I'm so grateful that I was able to get to know my only brother over the last couple years. I will forever miss you. My heart is so heavy. Your obituary left me out but in my heart you will always be. You never made it to California like we always planned, so yesterday I went to the beach and lit one up for you. It's what we always said we'd do together. Love your littlest sister.

 

Reva Hodge posted on 3/3/21

Wilma was a faithful member of Forest Park and was willing to work in many capacities. She was a good friend and loved her family. She was not with us long enough and will be sorely missed.

 

Denise Miles Buck & Cathy Miles posted on 3/3/21

Linda and family, we send our deepest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Prayers lifted for you all, our heart goes out to you!

 

John Willis posted on 3/3/21

Very sorry for your loss, losing a son is a very difficult thing. God bless

 

Robin Flowers posted on 3/3/21

David was one of a kind. He had a nick name for everyone. He called me "road buddy" and I will always cherish that. David was a talker and never knew a stranger. He will truly be missed by so many. Don't worry I will keep Lynn in line David.

 

Norm & Jan West posted on 3/3/21

We’re so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.

 

 

LILLIAN Watters posted on 3/2/21

Tray was like my grandson, Brandon and him was always togather. I will miss your crazy smile. R.I.P.

 

Robin L Ginn posted on 3/2/21

I am so sorry to hear that Ann passed away. I worked with her at Diversified Accounting several years ago and she was so sweet & kind. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Tamara (Hargis) Mitchell posted on 3/2/21

I am so very sorry for you Linda and family. My heart hurts for you. Please know I'm sending prayers and love.

 

Oren Olinger posted on 3/2/21

I was saddened to read about Rick's passing. He and Kathy were patients of mine for a number of years. I totally enjoyed my time with them when they came into the office.

 

Elisa McPherson posted on 3/2/21

I’m so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers.

 

Mitch Schlegel posted on 3/2/21

Dear Linda, I was so sorry to hear about Trey, I will always remember that grin from when I knew him at 8 years old on powers Street, you, Greg and Ashley have my deepest sympathies and will be in my thoughts and prayers, may he rest in peace. Mitch (the kid from the corner of Powers and Pierce St.)

 

Shawna Carroll posted on 3/1/21

I met Trey working Marathon on West Jackson. He was always smiling. We joked about the walk of shame. I havent seen him in a long time . My prayers to his family and his lil daughter. God bless.

 

 

Courtney (Cox) Russell posted on 3/1/21

So sorry for your loss. May God help to comfort you through this tragic loss.

 

Chris Porter posted on 3/1/21

Sorry for the loss. I hope everyone has the strength to make it through this hard time. Much love and respect.

 

 

Tom Neal posted on 3/1/21

Rest In Peace!

 

Tom Neal posted on 3/1/21

Linda and Robert, I am so sorry to hear of such sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you both and your entire family. Rest in Peace Trey.

 

John posted on 3/1/21

I miss you and love you, Papaw. I think about you often, remembering all the work we did together, the talks we had and the lessons you taught me. You will always be one of my best friends and favorite people.

 

Al Minnick RPh posted on 3/1/21

RIP-Rick and I opened Marsh Pharmacy(Combo Store) as the Pharmacists.He also was Purdue classmate of my wife.

 

 

Tina (Burden) Winningham posted on 2/27/21

Peace, prayers, love. ✝️

 

David W Morris posted on 2/27/21

To all of Ann's Family, our sincere condolences, The Morris Family

 

David W Morris posted on 2/27/21

To all of Ann's Family, our sincere condolences. The Morris Family

 

Mary Falkenberry posted on 2/26/21

Mike and family....I’m sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your cousin Mary and Dick Falkenberry (Mary Hinshaw..Keith and Elizabeth’s daughter.

 

 

Kathleen Rigdon posted on 2/26/21

She loved to go to Hayward Wisconsin and be with her family she was a great aunt

 

Robin and Mark Carter posted on 2/25/21

Mike and Family so sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you.

 

Pat & Roselyn McGunegill posted on 2/25/21

Mike and your wonderful family - We are so sorry for your loss of Anna. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers in the difficult days ahead with sincere sympathy.

 

 

Samantha Delile posted on 2/24/21

You are always loved and will always be missed!! I will never drink a strawberry Daiquiri and play cards without you being in my thoughts the whole time!! I love you my Gram's and am so happy I got to know the loving, funny, spunky person you were. We love you always and forever.

 

 

Anna & Alonzo Lawson posted on 2/24/21

R.I.P.

 

Wally Stoelting posted on 2/24/21

Sorry for your loss. I'm sure the memory of Tommy will stay with you and support you.

 

Tom & Shirl Adkins posted on 2/24/21

Erine and Joy so sorry to hear about your mom she was a real special lady. She was a great friend of the family and especially to my mom. We all are going to miss her very much.

 

Jeremy (Jerry) Queener posted on 2/24/21

We are so sorry for the loss of Aunt Ann. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Jerry & Kathy Queener

 

Mary Jane Wisener posted on 2/22/21

Carla, Jackie and family...so very sorry to learn of Bob's passing; I know it's not easy and when not expected even worse. Know you're in my prayers and thoughts. Hugs, love, comfort, peace and prayers.

 

 

Jan posted on 2/22/21

Remembering Danny and his positive spirit. He had a will to live life to the fullest and best that he could. He was a shining star and has earned his wings. Rest easy my friend...

 

 

Rose Mary Ray posted on 2/21/21

Tom as your barber, and your friend for many years I will miss you. My condolences to your family.

 

Scott Hall posted on 2/21/21

Leo, I miss you, brother. Thank you for bringing so much cheer whenever I saw you, even when you were just trying to make me look at your silly circle hand gesture. Try not to stir up too much commotion in the next life, and keep smiling.

 

Charlie & Jenny Davis posted on 2/21/21

Dear Marge and Family I'm so sorry for your loss. Duane was a wonderful friend and all around good guy but I'm sure I don't need to tell you that To reference who we are we cleaned your carpets and had ins. with him for many years

 

 

Matt and Alisa Barnard posted on 2/21/21

To family and friends, we are so sorry for your loss, sending our condolences and love

 

LARRY AND MEKLE CLENDENIN posted on 2/20/21

We were so very sorry to read of the passing of Joe. Larry has known him for a long time at the county fair.The whole family has been an asset to the fair. Mekle knew Suzanna while a student at Yorktown. Our prayers are with the family.

 

Larry sylvester posted on 2/20/21

I'm so sorry carla. He will be missed

 

Debbie Fannin posted on 2/20/21

Tom you will be sadly missed. I always enjoyed our supper get togethers with you & John. You always had a smile on your face...especially when I would talk about my events for the week. I will always cherish the get together we had. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Shelia Asberry Boyle posted on 2/20/21

Suzanna and family, I am so very sorry about Joe. He was such a sweet nice man and I know you will miss him so much. My heart hurts for you. God bless all of you.

 

Carla/Ray Cox posted on 2/20/21

So very sorry for the loss. Bob will be sadly missed.

 

Cathy Brinker posted on 2/20/21

Dear Marge, Melissa, Gwen and family: We are so sorry about Duane's passing and wanted to express our heartfelt sympathy. He was such a great guy and dear friend. We will treasure our memories of him and how he genuinely cared about people and was always reaching out to others with his kind and giving spirit. Duane made the world a better place and will truly be missed. Thinking of you all and keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Sending our love, Cathy and Mark Brinker

 

Mark Brinker posted on 2/19/21

Dear Marge, Melissa, Gwen, and Family, I feel very blessed and fortunate to have known Duane not only as a person but as a wonderful friend. I will always treasure the walks we took together and the many humorous and human interest stories he shared with me about the people he knew and he seemed to know everybody. Attending BSU basketball games Duane had his hands full keeping me in my seat and my mouth shut when I took issue with a call. Of his many qualities his patience, generosity towards others, and his very positive outlook on life and the inherent goodness that he saw in so many people stand out. I have so many good memories of time spent with this exceptional person. Heaven just got a little bit better. He will be greatly missed. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Mark Brinker

 

Lynda Alberson posted on 2/19/21

Wow was thinking of you other day. So sweet so nice many memories. you made the world better RIH

 

stephan foust posted on 2/19/21

Mrs.. Elson was my English teacher at Washington High School in Washington , Indiana back in the early 1960s. She was a wonderful woman and a fine, fine teacher. My favorite memory of her is, I think, a humorous one. I tell this story often. One day, we were taking a grammar test in her class, fittingly enough. While she was handing out the mimeographed exams, one kid in the back row held up his hand and proclaimed, "I ain't got no pencil," breaking virtually every rule in the English language all at once. Mrs. Elson was so appalled, she actually gasped, brought a hand to her chest, and took a step backwards. I don't remember if the poor kid ever got a writing instrument, but I certainly still remember her reaction to his stated plight. (He became a pharmacist, by the way.) Rest in Peace, Mrs. Elson.

 

Melinda Duffel posted on 2/19/21

Our condolences Dave Elson and family. Hugs and prayers in this difficult time especially with COVID.

 

KAREN BRUBAKER posted on 2/19/21

I have often thought about Mr. and Mrs. Wells, neighbors of my grandmother and grandfather on Marsh St. Such nice people. David and Grant, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.

 

 

Debra Bury posted on 2/19/21

Rest in Peace

 

Steve Price posted on 2/19/21

Danny and I became friends through work at Bracken Library and recreation at Camp Isanogel about 50 years ago. He was an amazing person and inspiration to all. He will be sadly missed. My sincere condolences to the family.

 

 

Tammy Bow posted on 2/19/21

Losing momma is about the hardest thing to face!! Sending prayers, love and hugs!!

 

Richard Harris posted on 2/18/21

I knew Danny for many years though our Ball State connections. Always had a friendly word and smile. He was very dedicated to his work at Bracken library. His number and range of friends was amazing whichwas sucha reflection on how he treated others. Fond thoughts of this good man. Richard Harris

 

Debra Shaw Bradley posted on 2/18/21

Dealing with a loss can be very difficult. Please remember that Helen Louise soul has  found rest ."Im going to miss her, too.' My prayers will continue for the entire family. Debra Dealing with a loss can be very difficult. Please remember that Louise soul has  found rest ."Im going to miss her, too."My prayers will continue for the entire family. Debra Dealing with a loss can be very difficult. Please remember that Louise soul has  found rest ."Im going to miss her, too."My prayers will continue for the entire family.

 

Anne J Eliades posted on 2/18/21

Dear Marge, We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband and friend of so many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will be watching the broadcast funeral service on Saturday. Sending love,

 

Bill and Heather Rogers posted on 2/18/21

Marge, Melissa, Gwen and family, So sorry to hear the sad news. Praying for your peace. Duane was a wonderful person who made the world a better place.

 

 

Connie Minton posted on 2/18/21

Missy, I didn't know your mom well but she was always friendly to me when the family was together. From what I've seen I think you got your sense of humor from her. You and your family are in our prayers. If we can do anything to help, let us know. Love you

 

Bob & Brigitta Snider posted on 2/17/21

Brigitta (Gitta Beebe) and I would have loved to be at our classmate Danny’s calling, but due to Covid and the terrible weather, we are not able to attend. Danny had a remarkable life and accomplished so much. He was always nice and friendly to us and will be sorely missed at our class reunions. Once a Bearcat, always a Bearcat!

 

Amber Bertram Criswell posted on 2/17/21

As a child I was always so excited when the Indiana family would come to Kentucky! Lou was always so much fun to be around. Love and prayers to you all

 

Dixanna Smith Morgan posted on 2/17/21

My prayers are for the family of Danny. He was a great person

 

Doug Bakken posted on 2/17/21

What a example for all of us! Well done-RIP.

 

MELISSA KRAMER posted on 2/17/21

Mom and I were never sure how we actually came to be daughter and mother. We were often mysterious to each other (you would think being half of someone genetically would allow a shortcut to understanding, but not so in our case.) One time I was driving us on McGalliard to somewhere, and we passed an anti-abortion protest, replete with signs urging us to honk if we were 'on their side.' After a half-second of hesitation and some mental arithmetic, Mother did politely reach over and honk MY horn. Toot-toot, Mommy, I guess I'll let that one slide since I wouldn't be here without you... Some of the things she said and I did I did not understand until I was a mom myself. I remember the time I stepped on a nail and she took me to the doctor, who asked how I came to step on a nail. She sighed and declared, 'This one's my problem child,' which of course nearly mortally wounded my perfectionist heart. Now it seems to me, as a mother and a grown-up, that her comment was probably narrowly intended in a medical sense, and not the global affront I took it to be at the time. (Also as the years rolled by it became pretty clear that Christina JoAnn New Barnes Slusher Welborn is the problem child)

 

Nancy Motsenbocker posted on 2/17/21

First met Danny in the 60’s thru United Cerebral Palsy & in later years always enjoyed meeting up with him at Sunshine Cafe when he lived on Oakwood. His endearing smile & personality continued to shine after his move to Westminster. Now, he’ll be watching down on all of us

 

John Kniesly posted on 2/17/21

Danny will long be remembered by volunteers and participants from past RHI Sports Adaptive Water Ski Clinics at Morse Reservoir. More than once we celebrated his June 9th birthday during the clinic. A few years ago Danny wrote a beautiful letter to RHI Sports explaining the joy he experienced gliding across the water on a sit-ski and how thankful he was for the opportunity. Danny Taylor was an inspiration to all..

 

Sherri Lynn Thomas posted on 2/17/21

Louise was a breath of fresh air! I could always count on her laugh to brighten my day. She loved Jesus, her family, her church and her friends! She was always serving others and she didn't know a stranger. One of my dearest friends! Miss you Louise~ I will see you again someday! <3

 

Jeanette Rich posted on 2/17/21

Missy my heart breaks for you and your family I will always be here for you if ever needed prayers love and hugs

 

judie (noward) henderson posted on 2/16/21

I am so very sad to hear of Dannys passing. my folks were dale and lucretia noward. you probably dont remember me well ... but I do remember Danny. He was an amazing person. My dad was so very fond of him. I just wanted to send you my thoughts and prayers as there are not many of my folks friends left now. I remember Danny around. We spoke once and he remembered my dad. He has had a very successful life. I have often wondered about you all. I will be thinking of you all thru this sad time ...

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 2/16/21

God's peace with all the friends and family of Duane Hobley

 

Diane Frankland posted on 2/16/21

Danny was such a fun co-worker in Bracken. During Christmas we had a contest as to how many songs we remembered and sang them together. We had a way to tease each other and get us both laughing. He was such a wonderful person.

 

Lori, Don, Scott, Lynn Siefker posted on 2/16/21

Thoughts and prayers over the loss of Danny. Danny was a wonderful man and my entire family was honored to work with him at Bracken Library. He always greeted us by name and a smile. We will miss him greatly.

 

Paul ( Pete ) Thrash posted on 2/16/21

Sorry for your loss, Kay,Scott and families. I remember Danny back when we were young and our parents got together. He always had a smile, easy to talk to and smart. R.I.P. Danny

 

Susan Danner posted on 2/16/21

Dr Taylor and family, I attended Muncie Central HS with Danny. He was such a smart, kind, and happy person. May he Rest In Peace in the arms of God.

 

Paul (Pete) Thrash posted on 2/16/21

I met Danny back when we were young. Our parents were good friends and get together . Danny always had a smile, friendly, easy to talk to. R.I.P. Sorry for families loss.

 

jeff jackson posted on 2/16/21

What can you say about Danny, I've known him my whole life, he never missed a chance to talk to me. Heaven received a great one.

 

Charlotte Shepperd posted on 2/16/21

Kay and family-- I send my heartfelt condolence to you and the family. Danny was certainly a profile in courage! May he rest in peace. Sincerely, Charlotte Shepperd

 

Karen and Jim Vincent posted on 2/16/21

A chat with Louise always made the day brighter. Condolences to all who loved her.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 2/16/21

Oh Louise, we will miss you. We shared the same birthday too, even though you were younger. To the family, Grant, Chad, Emma will truly miss her, so sad. I'm so sorry. Susan will miss her too. We all loved Louise. Prayers and Sympathy. Sarah. R.I.P. Louise

 

Tim Gurrister posted on 2/16/21

Just felt compelled to say, my memories of Aunt Jody always have her with a smile, as in always. Guess we can attribute that to John. But that was an impact on my childhood even all the years and 2,000 miles away as her Utah nephew. RIP.

 

Louise Eddington posted on 2/16/21

I met Danny many years ago at a singles group the Y was trying to organize. I crossed paths with him only rarely in the years to follow but he always remembered me and greeted me warmly. When my Mom was at Westminster Village he was in the apartment next to hers until she was moved to another location. He always had a warm smile and a friendly greeting. His accomplishments were remarkable! RIP, Danny. Your light shined on many many people while you were with us.

 

Kerri K. McClellan posted on 2/16/21

I can’t find enough words to describe what a loss this will be for so many that loved and valued Danny’s presence in their lives. He will be sorely missed. Such a wonderful man. Much love and comfort to his family.

 

JimLowry posted on 2/16/21

Rarely can you have a challenged student who would be a perfect model for others. I was very fortunate to have that excellent student in class, Danny. Always positive, always friendly, always helpful. Danny was a wonderful friend and always full of joy. He made the best of life and I am honored to consider him a great colleague. JimLowry

 

Jim Comes posted on 2/16/21

Hi Scott, Sorry to hear of Danny's passing, I have many fond memories of Danny at Bracken.

 

Carole D Byrd posted on 2/16/21

Robin, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time. God bless you.

 

Stephanie Rogers (Wiles) posted on 2/16/21

Louise has a special place in my heart. She always made me laugh and could always see the bright side of any situation. Many prayers to her loved ones!

 

 

Kirsten Smith posted on 2/15/21

John was such a giving and generous person. We worked together at the UU church on a number of events and he invariably shared great ideas and his helping hand. He will be greatly missed. Blessings to his family.

 

Linda Swartz posted on 2/15/21

Scott, Lisa and family, I am so sorry to hear of Danny's passing. He was a very dear person and I enjoyed talking and working with him. I pray that God wraps his loving arms around all the family and gives each of you the peace you need now and in the future days.

 

Ruth Ann Berkey posted on 2/15/21

What a wonderful man. I am a better person for having known him. I got to know him at the Muncie Civic Theatre. Truly a kind soul. Heaven gained an angel.

 

Elaine Kirchner posted on 2/15/21

I attended Muncie Central with Danny, graduating in the same class. I always loved being around Danny. He was smart, funny, caring, and one of the nicest people I have ever known. Seeing him at class reunions was always such a treat. We relived old stories and laughed at some of the silly moments. RIP my friend.

 

Ted and Connie Fullhart posted on 2/15/21

Ted and I are so sorry to see that sweet Danny has passed on. We send our deepest sympathy to the family. May God show His Love and Comfort in this time of sorrow. Much love, Connie and Ted Fullhart

 

Linda Hofherr Johnson posted on 2/15/21

It is difficult to know that John is no longer with us. Her was truly a great guy and a good friend since high school. His intelligence, wit and sense of humor were unmatchable. One of his endearing qualities was his concern for those rendered invisible, excluded and in need, and he turned that concern into action through his work with Habitat and the Muncie Soup Kitchen. He was a good citizen and an exemplary role model for all of us, always treating his fellow man with dignity and respect, regardless of race, religion, gender, or socioeconomic status. Needless to say, he will be sorely missed. Rest in peace, my friend.

 

 

Rebecca Sears posted on 2/15/21

I'm so very sorry for your loss.. Ricky must have been an outstanding young man.. You are all in my thoughts and prayers!!✝️

 

Melissa Gentry posted on 2/15/21

I am so very lucky to have worked with Danny at Bracken Library. He was like a ray of light, always smiling and happy. He and Jeff Koenker always made a point of attending the community history programs I did, and I was so honored by his attendance. I will miss his warm laugh and encouraging words. That kind of genuine friendship is rare, and I will never forget him. I'll be praying for your family.

 

Matthew Shaw posted on 2/15/21

I write to offer sincere condolences to Danny's family and dear friends. I was privileged to serve with Danny at the University Libraries for many years, and he was a valued colleague, who brought energy, passion, and a wonderful sense of humor to his work. Danny will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by those of us who benefited from his decades of service at the Ball State University Libraries.

 

Dee Dee Davidson Healey posted on 2/15/21

Stephen, you are in my prayers. Your dad was a brother to me, as much as Mike (my brother-in-law). I will miss him. His support of the soup kitchen and helping us out at Friends Church food pantry will never be forgotten. Peace to thee Stephen and everlasting peace to your dad.

 

kim shively posted on 2/15/21

Oh Lindsey, I was so sorry to hear about your grandmother, Mary, passing away. She was the sweetest kindest lady that I'm glad to got to meet a handful of times. She did some beautiful work making cushions for my back porch wicker chairs and couch that are still there today that have white daisies on them. And speaking of daisies, her yard was filled with beautiful flowers, in front and in back, which she took me around one time to proudly show them off. the indoors was filled with lots of the qualities too, including your late grandpa, who was fun and ornery, just like your daddy. Like I said, I went there a good handful of times, but I felt at home when I entered the back door. Every time I go down that street in the summertime, I glance over the white picket fence to see what's in bloom. If you ever want to share a start of any flowers from her yard, I would be honored. Please let the rest of your family know I am thinking of them. Love you sweetheart. Kim Shively

 

Sally King Wetzel posted on 2/14/21

We the friends and 1963 Muncie Central/South classmates will always remember John's willingness to serve and care about others. In recent years, he was a very active member of our reunion committee, helping us get our 55th reunion location, and dedicating many hours to its success. He truly lived his beliefs and made this a much better world. We will miss him and hope our prayers and condolences will confort Steven and his extended family.

 

Don Swartz posted on 2/14/21

To Harold and Family. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. May God bless and keep you through this trying time.

 

Karan Kaluzynskiu posted on 2/14/21

My sincere condolences to Rick and the kids. I will always remember Janet as a good friend. Years and circumstances cannot erase all the fun we used to have. She was intelligent, caring, and fun loving. She had the best laugh. We shared a lot of that...laughter! I am saddened and shocked by her demise. Janet was a true and loyal friend. Her priority in life was always her family. Her devotion to all of them was immeasurable! I am so fortunate that she passed through my life. I pray the wonderful memories of her will help sustain all of you during and after this very difficult time.Peace.

 

Sherry Ware posted on 2/14/21

Dear Steven and family, I first met John when I volunteered at the Soup Kitchen of Muncie, where I soon discovered that he never sat down. Once he had finished a task, he would look around to see who or what still needed to be done. In addition to helping prepare and serve the food, he helped transport supplies from the Second Harvest Food Bank. He worked tirelessly carrying heavy boxes of food down the stairs to the pantries. He and one of his brothers built a much-needed additional pantry inside the main dining room. Each week, he collected volunteer aprons and took them home to launder. Most of all, he treated the patrons who came through the line with respect. At the Unitarian Universalist Church, where I chaired the annual Bazaar a couple of times, John was a tireless worker. He never left, until the last chair had been stacked and the sanctuary was ready for services the following Sunday. John will be missed. My deepest condolences, Sherry Ware

 

Stephen Shreve posted on 2/14/21

I am sorry about your loss.

 

Ben Holland posted on 2/13/21

I was saddened to hear of the loss of your mother and grandmother. I had the pleasure of being one of her caregivers at Lynd Place. She was a special lady and will be missed. My deepest sympathy in this time of loss.

 

Paul and Nancy Parkison posted on 2/13/21

Paul and I share our sympathy and concern for Grant, Brenda, David, and the grandchildren. We will miss our dear kind friend of many years, since 1966 Paul and Grant arrived at Ball State as brand-new professors. Our lives intertwined and included Ball State athletic events, Cincinnati Reds ball games, weddings and funerals. Helen always had kind words, a gift for compassion instead of criticism, and welcoming smiles for all new friends. I still remember her chuckles when situations were too silly, and her hand patting my shoulder in sad times. We will always treasure the faithful friendship of Grant and Helen, and will continue to miss them.

 

Troy Jolley posted on 2/12/21

My heart goes out to my friend Rick Allred and Eric's wife and children. I'm so sorry for your loss. Eric was a very special person. May his legacy live though his children!

 

IUE Local 917 Retired Members Council posted on 2/12/21

Our sympathy to the family of Leonard. He will always be remembered by his co-workers and friends.

 

Evan G Ricker posted on 2/12/21

Joanne and Family I pray for comfort, understanding, and peace for you so that during this time of grief you can rejoice for Tommy and what the Lord has prepared for him.

 

Kristina Chapin posted on 2/12/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Be encouraged he is with our Father! Keeping all of you in my prayers.

 

Sandra Holland posted on 2/12/21

I barely have any memory of not knowing Janet, we were neighbors. I’ll always remember her a a strong, loving woman. Her family was always number one, and her granddaughters put a sparkle in her eyes. RIP my friend.

 

Rick Mann family posted on 2/12/21

Aunt Tina and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Gerry was such a kind and happy guy and he will be greatly missed.

 

Terry and Polly Orrick posted on 2/12/21

Tara and family, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are grateful for the time that Z had with his father who he loved dearly. May God be with you and your family at this difficult time.

 

Kim Hancock posted on 2/12/21

So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. She was a beautiful lady. Prayers for the family.

 

Brenda Chesnut posted on 2/12/21

So sorry for your loss. Only got the opportunity to talk with her a couple of times, but those times were filled with love for her family. She will be missed, but never forgotten. Prayers for family & friends.

 

Vicki Bradburn Shockley posted on 2/12/21

Dear Laura I’m so sorry to learn you lost your Mom. I remember her running the Country Club along with your Dad. She was a high energy fun loving person whom I know will be greatly missed. Prayer to you and your family.

 

Terry and Polly Orrick posted on 2/12/21

Tara and family, We cannot imagine how difficult Eric's illness and passing has been on you and the children. He was a wonderful father to our grandson and we will always be grateful for the time Z had with him. May God be with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

dave durr posted on 2/11/21

so grateful for grandma rocky joe I loved her &george so much blessed to have been part of their loving family our christmas&other family gatherings are such a fond memory love always dave&surinder

 

Judy and Bill Etherton posted on 2/11/21

Janet's love and beautiful spirit was forever flowing out to others. As soon as we met her, we knew we were instant friends in spirit. Her joy lives forever in all of us.

 

 

roger yeoman posted on 2/11/21

so sorry to hear your brother has passed. Please accept our condolences knowing you are in our thoughts and prayers. Peace, Roger and Teresa

 

Mary Siegel posted on 2/11/21

John & family, I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories give you comfort and peace. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

 

shirley posted on 2/11/21

I am so sorry for the loss of your mother Shelia. I always enjoyed visiting with her talking about things "down home".

 

Jane Montgomery-Dowell posted on 2/11/21

My sincere condolence to the family for the loss of Candace . Our class mate will be missed; life well lived. God Bless

 

louis worl posted on 2/11/21

Joanne and your family. Please accept our deepest condolences with the passing of your brother Tommy. You are in our prayers. May God Bless You, Lou and Shirley Worl

 

 

Sunshine posted on 2/11/21

I went to school with eric for years and saw him again at reliance machine awesome friend and prayers to family and friends

 

 

Stephanie Abbott posted on 2/11/21

Uncle Tom you will be missed. You were a great man with a huge heart. RIH we love you.

 

 

Shelli Harpole posted on 2/11/21

Eric, thank you for being a friend and a light to this world. You inspired me with your faith. May Yahweh bless your family.

 

Brandy Weinner posted on 2/11/21

I’m so incredibly sorry to hear of Erics passing. My heartfelt condolences to his entire family and his friends.

 

Pastor Gary McManus posted on 2/11/21

Daleville Christian Church has been praying for Eric and family for over a year. We continue in prayers that our Lord's peace find you even in the midst of grief and loss.

 

Lori Johnson Newell posted on 2/11/21

I have such fond memories of Joe . Every time I’d see he and Elaine I’d get my hug from my gentle giant Joe. I remember riding with them to our lake cottage in Michigan. All I know is when they came to the lakes there was lots of laughs and shenanigans going on. I owe Joe and Elaine so much for always being positive role models for me. Elaine and Cheryl I am so sorry for this tremendous loss . What a blessing he was to so many.

 

Stephen and Alice Counceller/ Seamline Gutters posted on 2/10/21

We are so taken aback at the news. We just found out today. Todd was one of the first to give our little gutter company a try. He is an awesome person. We are saddened to hear he is gone. One day he was looking for my husband to talk to him I said he was on a job. About 5 minutes later he called me back and said guess who I just found. He said he went to one of his job sites and my husband was next door. I told Todd to just go up and have a talk with him. God gained one heck of a man. He is building in Heaven!!

 

Mary ann (NEATA) St John posted on 2/10/21

So very sorry for your loss Rick Allred. You and your family are in my prayers

 

Joe & Marcia Smith posted on 2/10/21

It is with a heavy heart that we learned of your mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Unfortunately, due to COVID protocols, sheltering in, and underlying health conditions, we will be unable to attend. I will always remember your mother hemming and tailoring my suite pants on numerous occasions. She was a great seamstress! May God grant you peace as you navigate through this process. Joe & Marcia Smith

 

Greg Dilling posted on 2/10/21

Joanne, You will be in the Dilling families thought and prayers. God Bless

 

Thomas w. Jones posted on 2/10/21

Love & Prayers to family

 

Tim Moore posted on 2/10/21

I am so very sorry for your loss, Tommy was my best friend growing up and I will always remember times we spent together.

 

Bruce Munson posted on 2/10/21

When I think of Jo Wagner, the word "elegant" comes to mind. I will miss this lovely lady at High Street on Sunday mornings. The Wagner family is in my prayers.

 

Debbie Grove posted on 2/10/21

I knew Leo when he went to True Light Baptist church. He was a sweet kid and always very kind. So sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers to his family.

 

Sue Kelsey Fink posted on 2/10/21

Candi will certainly be missed by our family. We had so many wonderful holidays together. She would light up a room with her beautiful smile and she loved to go out and eat with us when we got together. Sending prayers of comfort to her family Charlie and Sue Fink

 

Tom and Dixie Ebrite posted on 2/9/21

Tina, we are so sorry to hear of the loss of Gerry. Tina and Gerry were our great neighbors for 27 years and good friends. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Trevia Wade posted on 2/9/21

Praying for your family. Sorry for your loss ❤❤

 

Joshua posted on 2/9/21

Leo was a joker and a great guy; he had a personality that lit up the room and knew how to make you smile. Gonna miss him a bunch. Love ya Leo.

 

Kay Carman (Harris) posted on 2/9/21

John, Jim & Jane so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you! Kay

 

Kay Carman posted on 2/9/21

So sorry for your loss. I loved talking to you both at Marsh. I was a cashier. Kay

 

Matt Cox posted on 2/9/21

Joe and Elaine were great and helpful neighbors for the entirety of the time residing next to us on Briar Road. The Cox family will miss him.

 

Scott Loft posted on 2/9/21

We love you and miss you so much mama. Rest peacefully as you have earned it.

 

Cathy Alexander posted on 2/9/21

My parents, who were neighbors, and my son, who mowed the lawn, thought Jo was a lovely lady. From the Buckles and Alexanders, our heartfelt sympathy to the whole family.

 

James A Smith posted on 2/9/21

So sad to hear of Aunt Mary's passing. Cathy and I have such fond memories of her and the family. May God's comfort surround the family in this time of great loss. Our love goes out to you.

 

Jim and Judy Bird posted on 2/9/21

We are so sorry to hear of Candy’s passing. She was a good neighbor and will be missed.

 

Tim Lyon posted on 2/9/21

I knew Leo when he attended the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.. He was always cheerful and had a wonderful sense of humor. He was a kind soul and will be missed.

 

Marlene Nash posted on 2/9/21

So sorry about the loss of your loved one. Prayers for you all to adjust to a life without your husband, dad, grandpa, and great grandpa. May God keep you in His arms always.

 

Dianna posted on 2/9/21

He was such a friendly guy I remember him from the VP on Madison St..may he RIP...prayers to his family!

 

IUE Local 917 Retired Members Council posted on 2/9/21

A great co-worker and member. Sympathy to his family.

 

Gene and Karen Moore posted on 2/9/21

Our condolences to Elaine and family. May Joe Rest in Peace and may God look after his family.

 

Jordan Macias posted on 2/9/21

Met Leo at the North Walmart. We hung out and laughed. Leo was determined to beat the Ninja Turtles arcade machine, after many tries, and resilience, we beat the game!!! We were so tired, every time we messed up in the game we just kept laughing more and more, Leo was always fun :)

 

Gary and Becky Marendt posted on 2/9/21

We are so sorry for your loss, Tina. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Virginia Puckett posted on 2/9/21

Tina, so sorry to hear about Gerry. He was very special friend. Keep busy is the best advice I can give you.. I know when I lost Jim keeping me busy saved me.

 

Jordan Macias posted on 2/9/21

Leo always got a laugh out of people every time we saw him. Leo was quick with a joke, and always fast to help someone in need. Leo was there to listen and he made so many people happy. Leo was a beautiful man. Leo left many behind who will always love and miss him. The world is less brighter without him. Love you Leo.

 

Jama Jacobs posted on 2/9/21

My heart is breaking for Elaine and family. Joe was a giant and loved by all, especially Elaine. I'm so sorry...

 

Megan posted on 2/9/21

Im very sorry for your loss he was such a nice person and he will be missed!

 

Jim Irwin posted on 2/9/21

A great and kind man. He will be missed.

 

Pooch and Toot Dewitt posted on 2/9/21

To Greg T.J. and Ginger so sorry about your Mom and Grandma She was a wonderful person.

 

Doug Lowe posted on 2/9/21

Aunt Mary has always been a favorite of mine. Beautiful lady inside and out. So many memories. Greg, Bradley, Jess and families, prayers for all.

 

Terrie Moore posted on 2/8/21

Becky was my supervisor at Ball Stores. Our friendship has lasted since then. We could be ourselves around each other and shared many great conversations with each other. I will miss her tremendously. Debbie, Brian, Rene and David Lee, take care of yourselves and never lose touch with each other.

 

Mary Ann Jones posted on 2/8/21

So sorry to year about Mary - always admired her sewing abilities and her beautiful flowers - I know she will be missed greatly by all of her family.

 

Lori Johnson Newell posted on 2/8/21

I have so many happy memories spending the night with Rene!! It seems like I was at Becky and David’s all the time. I was lucky enough to see her shopping in the mall and I got to ask about the family. She was always kind to me. I feel blessed to be able to call her my friend!! To all the kids .....I prayer God will provide solace To you all. She was great lady.

 

Tina Filby posted on 2/7/21

Tina, my dear friend, I am so sorry for your loss, I pray that God will grant you the strength you need to get through this difficult time. “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, and saves those who are crushed in spirit. – Psalm 34:18”

 

Helen Fisher posted on 2/7/21

Our condolences to Becky's family. I will always remember her as my very special friend of over 50 years. She had a wonderful wit and great sense of humor. She was a Momma Bear and fearless, devoted to her children and grandchildren. My greatest memories are those early mornings of our youth, sitting at her kitchen table with coffee in one hand and a baby on our laps. Becky was amazing telling a story that made you split a gut with laughter. I will always remember her mischievous smile and her huge heart for the ones she loved. Rest in peace with your dear David, my dear friend. Chita

 

Bill Lowe posted on 2/7/21

I have fond memories of my younger years and the many ways in which both Aunt Mary and Uncle George included me: trip to Florida, camping trips to Indiana campgrounds, swimming at Spring Water and even raspberry picking. Greg, Brad, Jessie, your mom will be missed. My condolences to all of you. Bill

 

 

Deborah patterson conn posted on 2/7/21

Too many to mention ,she's a one of a kind type of gal and I'll miss her forever.

 

Tari Richardson posted on 2/7/21

I remember the night that you met Gerry! It was at the Italian Villa on Madison Street Muncie, Indiana. You, My sister Debbie, and I (me) was out dancing that night! We had so much fun!!! I am so happy you met him and you had a lot of wonderful years with him! I am so sorry for the loss of your husband Tina! Prayers to you and your family during this difficult time xo Tari Richardson

 

Phil Spears and Betty Spears posted on 2/7/21

Gerry was a great person and a fabulous cowboy. He loved people and was always there for his sister, Jan Dixon. He was always there to help others, and will be missed by many.

 

Kerri K McClellan posted on 2/7/21

Mary will always be remembered as a kind and loving soul. She was the best Grandma and Mother in law you could ever ask for. She will be sorely missed by many. Much love and comfort to all of her family.

 

 

Dorothy Hart posted on 2/7/21

You and your family have my Deepest Condolences. I'm going to miss my Facebook friend. Love you guy's.

 

Mimi and Richard Brunson posted on 2/7/21

Dearest Jackie ~ So so sorry for your loss. Jim was such a loved man and a friend of so many! We will surely miss seeing him around Redkey ... especially at the post office and during recycling time. Richard has many great memories of his childhood that include, you the McCollum's!! Thanks for being a part of his childhood community! You are and will be in our thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks to come. May God bless you and comfort you during this difficult time. Much love, Richard and Mimi

 

 

Mikola Lindsey posted on 2/6/21

I'm going to miss her

 

Jane Hiatt posted on 2/6/21

Thinking of you with a very sad heart

 

Brenda and Kenny Stevens posted on 2/6/21

Jo , was such a gracious lady, loved her smile, and warmth. The best neighbor. I will miss her.

 

Clareece Rosin posted on 2/6/21

Fly high, no more pain, RIP my friend gone too soon.

 

 

dustin victory posted on 2/5/21

RIP

 

Steven Cook posted on 2/5/21

Jack, please know that you and your family are in our prayers today and beyond. I don't know that I ever saw Jo that she did not have a smile. She was truly a fine lady that will be missed by all that knew her. Your friends Steve and Sally Cook

 

joanne Grsaves posted on 2/5/21

I have come to cherish my cousin Janet. Her kind and loving soul always made me feel warm inside. I really didn't get to know her until I was a grown up too, but I am so glad to see we weren't so different As the youngest Graves Grandkids, I felt like we were different somehow, haha, now I know that's not so true and I am so proud of that. Thank you Janet for always being so down to earth and so amazing with your words. I love you Rest in peace you will be so missed.

 

Gail Kuhns posted on 2/5/21

I was Jack Main's apprentice pipefitter for several years. Later walked with him at the Muncie Mall. He was a great friend. Sorry for your loss.

 

Mary Ann Olinger posted on 2/5/21

At this difficult time, please accept virtual hugs from Oren and me. Jo was such a beautiful lady in every way. We will miss her radiant, warm smile.

 

Diana Campbell Hudnall posted on 2/5/21

Lisa and Jeff, I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Luther McWhorter posted on 2/4/21

Thoughts and prayers for the whole family.

 

Elaine Rees posted on 2/4/21

My deepest sympathies John, Jim & Gayla, Jane & Greg, and the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 2/4/21

The peace of Christ be with Don as we leave Emma in His care.

 

Mary Harry posted on 2/4/21

Dear Don, I am thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you remember attractive, gifted, caring, and giving Emma. I will remember her as so compassionate to others. I hope you in time come to peace with her loss. Prayers and Stay Safe, Mary Harry

 

Linda Select... Frantz posted on 2/4/21

Dear Jackie and Family, We were so very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. May God bless you all with many memories and comfort you. Love, Phil and Linda Frantz

 

NYOKA JOHNSON posted on 2/4/21

This is the first year we didn't receive a Christmas card from Jack, I lost my contact number so I couldn't call to check. He will be happy to be wit Sue again.

 

Kelly Shrock posted on 2/4/21

Jane and Greg, I was so sorry to learn of your mother's passing. Please accept my deepest condolences. She was a terrific lady.

 

Charlene Hawkins posted on 2/4/21

I have wonderful memories that I will cherish forever. We enjoyed these last couple of years talking about our Lord. Janet had a tender spirit and loved her family dearly. She is so missed

 

Brenda & Tim Peak posted on 2/4/21

Rick and family so very sorry for your loss thinking of you at this time ! Your cousin Brenda ! Prayers to you all

 

 

Kristani Pate posted on 2/3/21

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to you all.

 

Sherry (Harris) and Ralph Jones posted on 2/3/21

Jody is much loved and remembered by me Sherry Harris Jones, my husband Ralph Jones, and our older children Sarah, Bradley, and Natalie, who all remember Jody as a gracious lady, so kind to all the extended cousins.

 

Steve Paul posted on 2/3/21

So sorry for your loss, prayers for all I’m sure she will be in the field of Dreams with the other great coaches and players ❤️

 

Mark Houser posted on 2/3/21

Dennis, so sad to hear about your dad. My condolences.

 

 

Dee Dee Davidson Healey posted on 2/3/21

Vicky, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. My prayers are with you and your family during this time. I am holding you, your family and your dad in the Light. May you have the strength of God and those around you right now. Peace be with thee.

 

Kathy McIntosh posted on 2/3/21

Laura, please know that your entire office is praying for you at this time. Dad's (even in-laws) are so important to our lives. He will always be near you in spirit. Blessings, Kathy

 

 

beth kershner posted on 2/3/21

Thoughts for comfort and strength to the entire family

 

Carol Stillwagon Pyle posted on 2/2/21

Thinking of you and your family today. I always thought of him as a gentle giant. I know you will all miss him terribly.

 

EILEEN YPPARILA posted on 2/2/21

VICKY DEAR, I ALWAYS REMEMBER HOW HELPFUL YOU WERE WHEN LT ARRIVED!! YOU HAVE BEEN A BLESSING TO US ALL ALONG OUR JOURNEY! MAY GOD BLESS YOU & RESTORE YOUR OWN HEALTH! LOVE & PRAYERS, EILEEN

 

Dana Baker posted on 2/2/21

Copley & Main Families: May you find comfort in your memories of Jack. Our deepest sympathies to you all. ~ Your PrimeTrust Family

 

Carrie Thompson posted on 2/2/21

I started at Coldwell Banker in 2005 when our daughter, Bailey was 2. She often came to the office with me and would always ask me "Mom, is my Jim here?" since there were several people by the name of Jim there. She loved to go visit him since his office was next door to mine. She made many pictures for him over the first few years and he was so kind to keep them in a special file just for her. We will miss you, Jim! Your family is in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Pat & Rosie McGunegill & Family posted on 2/2/21

Dear Lynn and Family, We are so sorry for your loss of Boyce. We have a lot of fun memories of time spent together while Brent and Patrick played AAU basketball. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. Sending our sincere sympathy. Pat, Rosie and the McGunegill family.

 

Susan K Keesling posted on 2/1/21

Vic, my dearest friend! I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. He was one of the best!! Loved by so many, He will be greatly missed. I'm sure your heart is breaking and I ask God to bring you and your family the comfort that you need now. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all!! Love Susan

 

janet benson posted on 2/1/21

So sorry for your loss. Always enjoy driving by your farm. I'm sure so many memories were made there. God bless you all. Dan and Janet Benson

 

Larry McCollum posted on 1/31/21

I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Jimmy Lee. My sincere sympathies to the entire family.

 

Pam Johnson posted on 1/31/21

I am so sorry for your brother's lost, God Bless, & Prayers for All.

 

keith hiatt posted on 1/31/21

didnt know boyce until later years but became good friends. we talked tractors and farming-went to rantoul twice with him and bryant. grandson saw the trains.good fella

 

Jody and Jerry Thomas posted on 1/31/21

Dear Lynn and Family, May the presence of the Lord be real in your lives in this difficult time. May His peace, His joy, His compassion, and His comfort be revealed to you through the love of His people responding to your needs in this hour. Our prayers are with you.

 

 

Ann Tran posted on 1/30/21

Linda & family, keeping you in our thoughts during this difficult time. I had the pleasure of meeting Jim on my first trip to Muncie. He was warm and welcoming. It's a wonderful memory to have of someone dear to you.

 

GARY TURNER posted on 1/30/21

Dave and I became good friends working together in the same department at Westinghouse Electric Corporation. We still stayed in touch and remained good friends after Dave left Westinghouse and started a new career in real estate in 1986. Dave was the most kind and compassionate person I have ever known. We discussed politics a lot. Dave and I both admired principled leaders who are honest, wise and caring. We need more leaders like David Taylor. Now more than ever. He always reminded me " Keep the Faith...." God Bless You, Dear Friend.

 

Mike & Nicki Robey posted on 1/29/21

Praying for you and your family during this difficult time. I hope you feel the power of God’s love and His presence in your lives.

 

Melissa Whitesell ( Ohlemiller) posted on 1/29/21

Some of my fondest memories of my childhood are of Uncle JB visiting with Auntie Carole at grandmas house. Always loved his stories and he was always a joy to be around. Love you! My condolences to my family and Auntie Carole.

 

DAVID ROBERT MYERS & FAMILY. posted on 1/29/21

From 1971, I became acquainted witn DAVE - A Treasured Aquantance & Friend. Just saw him lately, he made me feel as tho we had not seen each other, for a Long Time. MISS HIM, YOU BETCHA ! Certainly...

 

Delanna Kiger posted on 1/29/21

Kelly and Family ! Mom and I would like to send our thoughts and prayers to you all ... Praying for gods strength and comfort during this time . Love , Sherry and Delanna

 

Nancy White posted on 1/28/21

Carole, I'm sorry I never met "J.B.," but wanted you to know you have my deepest sympathy on his passing. I know what loving care you gave him in recent years & from what I heard, you rarely left his side. It's difficult to say farewell to someone you loved so deeply, but I hope the wonderful memories of your lives together will gradually ease your sadness & help you to get through the days that lie ahead. I'll remember you in my prayers tonight. Love, Nancy White (Central Elementary)

 

Sherry Crose posted on 1/28/21

On behalf of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, the Order offers its deepest condolences and is proud of a life well lived by Colonel Colonel Little. His passion for teaching and volunteering has positively impacted many. Sherry Crose, Executive Director Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels

 

Mike and Mary Marchetti. posted on 1/28/21

Mr Little was a wonderful person all the way around. Mike and I remember him well. He was fair and good to everyone. ❤️❤️

 

Stephen martin posted on 1/28/21

Ross Class of 1967 memories of an outstanding teacher/coach during my yrs @ Ross , My Condolences to his family.

 

Fred M Southard posted on 1/28/21

Carole, Though I was aware that J.B. has not been in good health for quite some time, I am sorry to learn of his passing. My memories of J.B include meeting up with him and Ivery Reed in Columbus at the state basketball tournaments and the joy he brought with him when I saw him professionally in my office. He was an inspiration to me, and I am sure to many, many, many others who were fortunate enough to meet and get to know him through the Ross school district. I have thought of him often through the past several years as we organized and started a Ross Hall of Fame. I was hoping to have him inducted due to the positive impact that he had on so many in that district, but then I was told that he, in his very humble way, was not interested. I hope that you can find comfort in knowing that he is now wrapped in God's arms and enjoying a celebration with family and many, many loving friends who passed before him.

 

 

Michael Whitcomb posted on 1/28/21

E T was a great help to our family especially when I was ill.

 

Julie Combs posted on 1/28/21

Mr. Little was my principle all through middle school. I must say, he was the first and ONLY educator to paddle me. I have the utmost respect for him. He was stern in a nice firm way and a great man. I send my deepest condolences to his family. He will be missed.

 

Toni Sergent posted on 1/28/21

Mr. Little was always attentive to the problems a driver faced with the children, and would have the solution readily.

 

Ann & Benda posted on 1/28/21

You are in our prayers.

 

Rachel Cross posted on 1/27/21

Dear Lynn and family. Steve and I are so sorry to hear about Boyce. We had so much fun when we all went out. I always remember when we lived on Cowan Road and he would drive by and holler “Hey Flo”. Out thoughts and prayers are with the family. Love, Steve and Rachel Cross

 

Mark and Mykie Massé posted on 1/27/21

We are so sad to learn of Jim’s passing. He was our wonderful neighbor for 22 years, always friendly with a wave and a hello. We offer our condolences to Linda, his children and the extended family. RIP and thank you for your Korean War service, Jim. Fondly, Mark and Mykie

 

 

Yolanda Cleveland posted on 1/27/21

I always have good memories when I think about your farm when we were growing up. So sorry for your loss

 

Roger Hutton posted on 1/27/21

J.B. was my neighbor and friend. Four short years we got to know each other. Sorry to hear of his passing, but very proud to know him and Carole. He is at peace.

 

Tony Moody posted on 1/27/21

My deepest sympathy to the family of Marsha. My dad, Larry Moody loved her deeply and i greatly appreciate her and her family. Im sorry i vouldnt say thank you in person

 

Ed Copeland posted on 1/27/21

James was a very special friend and neighbor to both Pat and me. We’ve had many lengthy talks over the years about a multitude of subjects both serious and comical. He proved over and over you don’t have to have a masters or doctors degree to be a wise man. Jim loved Jesus, family and sports, pretty much in that order. He had a wonderful sense of humor, was kind, caring and generous. We will miss him beyond words but joy in knowing he is now with Jesus and Shirley. Rest in peace my friend ♥

 

Lani Greene Wilson posted on 1/27/21

I am so sorry to read about Jim’s passing. My deceased husband, David Greene and Jim worked together in the 80’s. I always enjoyed talking to Jim. He was a really nice man

 

Donald Robert Stetson posted on 1/27/21

Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family! Evelyn was a good friend.

 

Maryellen Whitcomb South posted on 1/27/21

Oh what great memories I have of your mom. A couple of things that really stand out are she always had Jergan's lotion by the kitchen sink ! It was the best smelling lotion ever. The only silver Christmas tree with light shining on it in the whole neighborhood! Sure wish we could all get together and catch up. Sorry for your loss . Your mom died to the day exactly I year after my Dad and exactly 28 yrs after Ruth died. Strange they all died on Jan 20th. Thinking of all of you.

 

Dave and Jeri Folkner posted on 1/27/21

Dave and I are so very sorry. We always pictured Dave pulling into our driveway to check on us when he was 100 years young. I don’t think I know of another person that could make you feel like you were the most important person in the room. He had the class of a true gentleman.

 

Kathy (Perry) Woodruff posted on 1/27/21

So sorry for your loss Debbie, prayers and hugs!

 

Judy & Ed Wyatt posted on 1/27/21

Sorry, to hear about your mother.

 

Dani posted on 1/27/21

I'm hurt beyond words. Mimi was a wonderful grandmother. I'm so thankful for the love she gave me. She had such a positive impact on so many. I could never thank her enough for everything she's given. I will definitely miss her legendary wise cracks! I love her beyond words. I miss her beyond words. I'm heartbroken beyond words.

 

Sandy Hindman posted on 1/27/21

Dave was a very good friend to my late husband, Harold (and to me, my son, Bob and daughter, Heather.) Dave and Harold met at Indiana University. Harold and I were married in 1965 and moved to Muncie. Dave and Harold reconnected and continued to see each other quite frequently for coffee at various locations, lunches at Bruner's and Mid-City Cafe and shared stories, Dave's jokes and had many discussions about the Bible. After Harold had two brain cancer surgeries, and after a period of time, could no longer drive, Dave would pick him up a couple of times a day for coffee and have conversation. After Harold suffered a stroke, Dave would visit him in the hospital and nursing home every single day, even if only for five minutes to say "Hi, Harold, just checking in. Hope today is a good day!" After Harold passed away on June 4, 2011, Dave was one of Harold's pall-bearers. Since Harold's death, Dave would occasionally call me to check to make sure I was doing OK and if I needed anything. He would also call my son and daughter from time to time to check on them. He even stopped at my granddaughter's lemonade stand one summer day to buy lemonade from her!! He was truly a kind, gentle, caring man and a very good friend to my husband and my family. I will miss those occasional telephone calls.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 1/26/21

This was such a shock for me to learn of the passing of a 50+ year friend. Russell and I were classmates at the junior high and high school level here in Muncie--proud Bearcats. I would also give her a hard time for supporting the Rebels; she would chuckle and then say, "Kay those are my kids out there!" Having taught in Muncie for years myself, I knew exactly what she was saying. She was such a kind and caring person. Someone wrote that heaven gained a new angel; that they most certainly did. My condolences to her entire family. Be sure to treasure all of the wonderful memories.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 1/26/21

A true gentleman and a politician!! Chris and Ben--you had wonderful parents who are both gone way too soon. A little side note for you--David had an Aunt Edna Shekell. She and her family lived on Kilgore Avenue, just a few doors down from where I grew up. She had a grandson Steve who was my age. He and I spent a lot of time together until his family moved into the Yorktown/Daleville area. He graduated from Yorktown. A few years later he was drafted and or enlisted and was sent to VietNam. Sadly he was one of Delaware County's fatalities from that war. It was interesting to me to find out that Dave was related to someone I had known most of my life. Treasure all the wonderful memories for they will help to heal the hurt and fill the void. My condolences to all. Most sincerely--Kay Rankin

 

Loretta Parsons posted on 1/26/21

He was always so kind and helpful. Love to make folks laugh.

 

Kim Caudill posted on 1/26/21

So very sorry for the family’s loss. I worked with him years ago and he was such a kind man. Always had a smile

 

Matt Tucco posted on 1/26/21

Our deepest sympathy for your family at this time. Prayers from our family to yours.

 

Alyson Madsen posted on 1/26/21

Dave was a Muncie fixture, but he certainly never forgot his Elwood/Frankton roots as was evidenced when I accompanied him to those places when we worked on his memoirs together in the summer of 2020. He was a one-of-a-kind community leader, realtor, friend, and family man, who always had a humorous quip about life and a kind and thoughtful manner. I loved his overall positivity and calm demeanor. Thanks to Dave for all that he did for our city. He won't be forgotten. My sincere condolences to his dear family.

 

T Eric Evans posted on 1/26/21

Dave was a great person to know. I always found him to be honest and straightforward, even on difficult, prickly subjects! We need more elected officials like Dave!!

 

Joe Mumpower posted on 1/26/21

David might be gone but he is not forgotten. Dave, you made this a better world for everyone.. Over the years you became Muncie's most trusted realtor. Thanks for sharing your concern about others and always asking questions about others. You will be in the hearts of all who knew you, Thanks for making this a better world for us all.

 

Tabitha Ann Pitman posted on 1/25/21

Dear Don, Cherlyn, and mika, We're so very sorry for your loss. I'll always. remember aunt Donnas extrodinary love , and devotion to her family, and faith. I'd like to think that Dad, Macy, and Donna are laughing, and sharing stories. Happy to be reunited together. May you keep her close, in the loving memories you share, and may God hold her close in his loving arms, until we meet again. With Love, The Pitman Family.

 

Kimberly Rybarczyk posted on 1/25/21

Such a kind and gentle man and always helping and a friend. He is missed by. So many at CAC and Muncie. Always shook my left hand as he and I were both left handed! My sincere sympathy to all his family

 

Robert Spurlock posted on 1/25/21

So sorry for your loss Dave was a great guy my prayers and thoughts go out to the family

 

Keith and Edie Doudt posted on 1/25/21

Gina, we are so saddened by the death of your mom, Pixie and, of course the kids grandmother. We send our deepest condolances, and pray the memories you cherish will be a source of comfort in the days ahead. Our Love and prayers will continue for you and your family.

 

William H Evans posted on 1/25/21

I am so sorry for your lost. I only met Pixie at your fathers aervice. Knowing George and my short visit with her she must have been a very sweet person. George and I joined the MRP club at the same time and I thought very highly of him as we both served on the board together. I thought of your family with warn regards many times. Once again I am sorry for your loss.

 

John Lozar posted on 1/25/21

I was completely taken by surprise to read of your father's passing. I met Dave while attending breakfast at Bruner's years ago. He & I connected because of his Madison County domicile & that my dad had ran the Frisch's Big Boy restaurant in Anderson, which your dad was familiar with. He & I had a mutual friend by the name of Jack Stanton. Dave & I had a chance meeting with Kent Benson (IU player from the Knight days) & continued to initiate meetings with Kent. In fact, we were trying to coordinate a time to go to New Castle & have lunch with Kent. I'll be glad that I answered the phone last Labor Day weekend when your dad said he got a call from Kent to meet us at the Muncie airport restaurant, as he was in town for a meeting, but was taking a chance to see if we were available. I hope I receive news when & where your memorial service will be scheduled.

 

Larry M Brandon posted on 1/25/21

Lost a good friend. Even though our visits were far apart, I will miss our conversations.

 

Connie dalton hampton posted on 1/25/21

I didn’t know him much but the copes was my family. So sorry for typos loss. Prayers for sll

 

Melinda Davis posted on 1/25/21

So very sorry for your loss God bless and prayers to the family! RIP Jim!

 

Dawn Beeman posted on 1/25/21

What a beautiful tribute of life. Thank you giving us the opportunity to love and care for Ellen. She was a very special lady.

 

Joyce Parkison posted on 1/25/21

Russell was one of my best teaching friends at Southside High School. A few of us teachers had a "lunch bunch" group, and I still remember Russell's laugh as we grabbed and griped and consoled each other through many a storm. She will always remain in my mind as the kindest soul I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I am heart broken not just for myself, but for the community at large. We were better with Russell. My sympathy goes out to the whole family, especially to Louise and Phillip, because I know them personally. Russell often talked of her sisters, so I almost know them, too. Russell was simply the best that a person can be. I will never forget her.

 

Missi (Sorrell) Deitz posted on 1/25/21

Sending my deepest sympathies and prayers... love and hugs from Georgia! Missi

 

Jo Ann Beckley posted on 1/24/21

Mark and Karen, Sorry to hear of Mac's passing. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Robert and Pat Musser posted on 1/24/21

James Cope was a wonderful person. We were friends for a long time and always enjoyed him and Shirley when they came to Florida for the winter. We had some great times. We kept in touch over the years and we will miss him very much. Our sympathy and prayers to all his family.

 

Jane Smith posted on 1/24/21

Gina and Neil, I'm so sorry to hear about Pixie. I so enjoyed my time with her at First Merchants. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 1/24/21

To the entire Turner family--my sincere condolences to all of you in the loss of a gentleman that enjoyed getting to know during swim meets (I am Shelby Murphy's grandmother). Last night I learned of his passing; so shocked and saddened. Treasure all the wonderful memories for they will help to heal your broken hearts. My thoughts and prayers continue to be with all of you. Most sincerely--Kay Rankin

 

Tom and Norma McKnight posted on 1/24/21

Gina, we were so sorry to read about your loss. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Jolena Sutherland posted on 1/24/21

Gina and Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother! She was such a delightful lady! Her positive influence on you, your family, and those around her will remain forever! Jolena Sutherland

 

Debbie Bear posted on 1/23/21

So sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed working with Marilyn at Ball State.

 

 

Brownie Schenck posted on 1/23/21

I am shocked and sadden by Pixie's passing. She was a kind and caring friend. She was proud of her grandkids and loved spending time with them. She will be greatly missed

 

 

Peri Melnick posted on 1/23/21

RIP Pixie❤️ Love & prayers to Gina, Neil, Isabelle & Charlie❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

Richard Howard posted on 1/23/21

I will miss Bill a lot and am very sorry for his passing. Condolences to all his family.

 

 

Patricia Medecke posted on 1/23/21

So sorry for the loss of your sister.

 

Dr Robert K Fritz posted on 1/23/21

I remember Russell very fondly as a student in my Spanish classes at BSU and as an acquaintance thereafter. My sincerest condolences to all.

 

Annie Dillard and family posted on 1/23/21

Beautiful lady will be dearly missed. Prayers to the family for strength through this hard time.

 

Ruthie Dillard and family posted on 1/23/21

sorry for the loss of your loved one he will be missed very talented young man and a true friend . My prayers to the family .

 

Barb Jay Wilmoth posted on 1/23/21

GOD has new angel now...Mrs. Robinson! Or as she was known in our Spanish class as "Rumba Rob". She was teaching us to do the Rumba during one class time and she nailed it! We all thought that she was amazing! That year(1974-74) in her Spanish class was oh so much fun! She didn't teach from the book rather she taught us to the basic words, phrases, and songs. Her teaching me Spanish came back around to me when I was teaching in the Glades area of Palm Beach County, in West Palm Beach, Florida. I had a few students speak spanish as they were doing an assignment. One boy cursed, and It turned around oh so fast and told him in Spanish that "he will not use those words here in my class"! This totally blew them away, "You speak Spanish ma'am" Yes I answered. I am very grateful to her for my foundation in Spanish. R I P Rumba Rob

 

 

William Walter posted on 1/22/21

We're so sorry, Megan. If you ever need anything you just have to let us know.

 

Leigh Mainwaring posted on 1/22/21

One of my all-time favorite people. She helped Herb and me survive Muncie and Ball Corp social events. My condolences to Mark and family.

 

Maurice "Reese" Richardson posted on 1/22/21

My deepest condolences to the family. I grew up with Donte and we both served at Fort Drum, NY together. As I was sharing the news with others we grew up with the theme was simply, Donte was a Good Dude. With a heavy heart praying for the family!

 

 

Kelly "Wood" Drumm posted on 1/22/21

A life taken to soon. What a great guy, worked with him for years at ProCare Development Center.

 

Darleen and Jerry Fox posted on 1/22/21

We have many happy memories of our good times including laying cards, being fellow oboe players and marching in the band regardless of the weather, laughing with Rita's witty sense of humor, and surviving crazy teen-age stuff. And now, dear friend, just rest . . .

 

Marsha Ditton posted on 1/22/21

I am so saddened to hear of the loss of a beautiful woman. I was honored to have her as my teacher at Southside High School. Then a few years later. I met her sister Anna, who I still treasure as my friend. Having met the rest of the family. I know how close and how much you all love each other. Be sure and know I'll be praying for God to comfort you all during this time. Rest in peace Ms. Robinson. Love & prayers, Marsha Ditton

 

joe & Debbie Dolan posted on 1/21/21

Spence, so very sorry to hear of Ella's passing. She was my best buddy at Westinghouse when I arrived here in 1989. She was a wonderful lady. God be with her.

 

Susan Fisher posted on 1/21/21

Ella was such a special lady! She always had a hug to share and kind words. I was so sorry to hear of her passing. I always looked forward to Barlow family get togethers as a chance to visit with her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends! (From Susan Fisher, one of Lowell's stepdaughters, which makes me an honorary Barlow!)

 

Dee Dee Healey posted on 1/21/21

Dear, dear Cheryl--this is way to soon for you to go. You have always had a warm and giving spirit, whether it was family or friend. And the relationship with your mama always will be precious. I know this because I too had very similar relationship with my mama who passed away so long ago. Your loving daughter Megan will go on loving you as always. I hold you and your family in the Light; that Light will always shine bright and I will miss you. Peace be with thee my friend. Dee Dee Davidson Healey

 

Keith Burbank posted on 1/21/21

I am very sorry for your loss. Dr. Van Cott was a trusted advisor to me as I pursued graduate studies in economics and I enjoyed taking his class in international economics. He will always be a positive influence in my life.

 

Carole Craig posted on 1/20/21

It is with such great sadness that I learned of Cheryl’s passing. She was someone I will always remember due to her overwhelming friendliness and welcoming nature to me and my husband since we first came into the church. She always beamed with smiles each Sunday and spoke to us as if she had known us for years. And she was always so proud of Megan. That made us proud of Megan also. What a beautiful woman. I am so honored to have known her. My prayers go out to all of the family and friends. Love

 

Jim Jaques posted on 1/20/21

Hard to pick just one memory over the past twenty some years working together with the past year and a half sharing a cubicle. From her baking cakes for members of our team for their birthday to playing paper football with 10 year old Megan at Don Pablo's during a team lunch, there are so many. Cheryl was loved by many and will be missed until we meet again when we go home to the Lord as well. My thoughts and prayers go out to Megan and the rest of Cheryl’s family. May the Lord grant you all His peace.

 

Mary Harry posted on 1/20/21

I remember how much David loved his mother Barbara. There wasn’t anything that he wouldn’t do for her. He also loved Christmas so much. He would send a beautiful Christmas card to me every year, and would give toys to me for my cats for Christmas. I knew him as a gifted and kindhearted man. I feel a deep sense of loss. You all have my prayers as you mourn his unexpected passing.

 

Robert Nd Lydia Burton posted on 1/20/21

God’s peace with David, his family, and friends.

 

Kathi Niccum posted on 1/19/21

Megan, I was so sad to learn of your mom’s death. Her positive spirit and energy along with her smile and kindness were so a part of her. We shared lots of band competitions together and she’s a part of many of my band/color guard memories. I am so sorry that she had to leave this world so soon.

 

Terryandnikkie wills posted on 1/19/21

Love Devin with my heart keep heart forever

 

Dave & Rita Roach posted on 1/19/21

We were sad to hear of the passing of Ella. She was a wonderful lady and neighbor. Prayers to Spence and the family.

 

Teresa witt posted on 1/19/21

Rip devin you always new how to make me laugh and made me smile when I was upset Fly with the Angels Buddy

 

Valerie Glover posted on 1/19/21

May the God of all comfort be with you and your family at this time Remember John5:28,29.

 

Kevin Shafer posted on 1/19/21

My condolences to the McGraw family for your loss.

 

Clare Chatot posted on 1/19/21

John and family, Steve and I are saddened to hear about your Dad. We are keeping him, you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

John and Marie Roesler posted on 1/18/21

Uncle Bill, typical McGraw through and through. Always a giver and never a taker. Loyal to his religion. Overwhelming love to his family. Thoughtful. Always a smile for everyone he was with. Will always be remembered by everyone he met. Never to be forgotten.

 

Carol Baum posted on 1/18/21

We want to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother and father. He was a wonderful Uncle. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you at this difficult time. Carol and Rex Baum

 

Paula Wilcox posted on 1/18/21

To Megan Manlove and the entire family, prayers will continue to be lifted on your behalf for God's peace and strength. Cheryl's bright smile, her friendship, and her overwhelming support for team mates and friends is already missed. Cheryl loved the Lord Jesus. Let the Word of God comfort your hearts. John 14:1-3

 

Diane Walker posted on 1/18/21

Dear Mrs. Margaret....Please know my Prayers and thoughts are with you and your at Family at this Time. May Jehovah give you comfort from the Scriptures Revelation 21:3-4...

 

Jo Ann Beckley posted on 1/17/21

I was so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was a wonderful neighbor to my husband and I. My prayers are with the entire McGraw family.

 

Lee Murdoch posted on 1/17/21

My condolences to you and your family Rich and Rachel. My thoughts are with you during this sad time.

 

Harry Malone posted on 1/17/21

To all the Lawrys: I was sad to hear about your Dad; thus passes a generation. I always had a particular affection for him, maybe because I felt he had Pap's temperament (without the gruffness). I'm sitting here remembering afternoons on the breezeway with a Pirates game in the background, company picnics at Idewild, creamed corn (yuck) on blue divided plates, Pap's buttered bread slices, the pink linoleum kitchen floor with the snazzy black border, and on and on and on. Best wishes to you all!

 

 

Nancy Heikkila posted on 1/16/21

Will miss you my friend. Like you told me once not to long ago. High school together was epic. We might have been separated by miles but always together in spirit. ❤️❤️

 

Lori Hug posted on 1/16/21

Melva was an amazing lady, who left an impact on so many people. ❤️Love & Prayers❤️ Greg & Lori

 

Tim Heston posted on 1/16/21

He was a great coach, teacher and man...Condolences from the Heston Family.

 

Kathy Turner Carr posted on 1/16/21

I saw this in paper today. I went to Burris school with Darby and later worked with her for short time at Ball Hospital. I list my dad in 2012, it’s never easy so you are in my thoughts. I look periodically for you on Facebook just to say hello

 

Mary "Belle" Miller posted on 1/16/21

There are not enough words to describe Jackie. I met her in 1975ish her energy was boundless and those she loved she loved fiercely. She was a Daddy's girl and tom boy at heart. Each and every time we were together there was always abundant laughter. I will forever love her and miss her when she left this world to go to the next she took a piece of my heart.

 

Barb Wiesen Lamb posted on 1/16/21

I am so sorry to hear about your dad. There's not very many left that came from PA. I remember times at the lake with your mom and dad. He was a very good man. Mom and dad thought a lot of your parents. They were always very kind. Again I am very sorry.

 

John Longworth posted on 1/16/21

Condolences to the family and friends. She was a joy to be around.

 

 

Rodney and Martha Burch posted on 1/16/21

Sorry for your loss.

 

Rob & Martha Manlove posted on 1/15/21

Dear Megan, We send our love and prayers at the loss of your dear Mom. Please know that we are thinking of you and know that you will cherish all of the wonderful memories of your Mom. We so enjoyed seeing her regularly and catching up at Manlove reunions. With love and hugs, Rob and Martha Manlove in Roanoke, IN

 

Cheryl Scott posted on 1/15/21

Cheryl and I worked together for 7 years. We bonded over so many things...our names bothe being Cheryl, travel and photography. She was always patient and was a hard worker. One of her favorite topics was you, Megan. She was so proud of you. Her Raytheon family will miss her dearly

 

Barbara Hartman posted on 1/15/21

Cheryl sat behind us in church every Sunday. She always had a smile on her face. We will miss her. Barb and Wally Hartman

 

 

Charles Greene posted on 1/15/21

I remember the good times you and Brian me and the gang of us at fiends Jackie.I didn't know of your passing until just now.I will miss and remember you often Jackie,may God and Jesus Christ rejoice and welcome you home,Charlie Greene.

 

Kristin Williams posted on 1/15/21

It was a blessing to be able to have worked with Cheryl. She was a pure, kind-hearted and compassionate person. She always had a sunny disposition no matter the task at hand. She will be missed. My condolences.

 

Alec C. Pierce posted on 1/15/21

Cheryl was a light to work with. She always was kind, caring, and loving even when situation were difficult. She will be missed. Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family.

 

Liz and Jim Masur posted on 1/15/21

Cheryl was a wonderful woman and it is so sad that Covid took her away from her family and friends. Her cheerful disposition and zest for life will be missed, terribly. Our hearts ache for Megan...she and Cheryl had such a close bond.

 

Patty Whtlock posted on 1/15/21

My thoughts and prayers go out to Cheryl's family. She will not be forgotten. Her beautiful spirit and smile made working with her a pleasure. Cheryl always seemed to find the bright side of most things, because she felt there were too many negatives wasting her time. I pray God will surround her family with much love and good memories to wash away the sorrow. She is gone too soon.

 

Greg Rhodes posted on 1/15/21

So sorry to hear about Cheryl’s passing. We worked together and I remember her as a happy person, always smiling and cheerful. A great teammate and very productive. My condolences.

 

Michael J McLeish Sr posted on 1/15/21

I considered Cheryl a friend. We worked together for over 20 years, beginning with SSE support and finally proposal support. She was a very friendly and easy-to-talk-to person I could speak with about both work topics and chat with about personal things. My cube was close to hers for much of the time, so we spoke often. My thoughts and prayers go out to Megan and the rest of Cheryl's family.

 

Margaret Robillard posted on 1/15/21

S o sorry for your loss i didnt get the chance to know her but i enjoyed the games we played love Margaert

 

Jeannie Barbosa Hermerding posted on 1/14/21

Mrs. Wulff, Megan, Tom and Family. I am at a loss for words in the passing of Cheryl. We spent a lot of time together during high school and early college days. She was always a great friend and fun to be around. We had many adventures. I am sorry that we didn't connect in recent years...we always said one day! Sending prayers to all of you during this difficult time.

 

Michael J McLeish Sr posted on 1/14/21

I enjoyed working with Cheryl for over 20 years, beginning with SSE support and finally proposal support. She helped me out way too many times to count. We chatted quite often since she only sat a couple cubes away for years. Since my wife, Karen, as a substitute teacher, had Megan as a student in 4th grade, and Cheryl kept us updated on Megan’s progress from then on. Since I retired 10 months ago, she is one of the people I deeply miss, and now will miss more. My thoughts and prayers go out to Megan and the rest of Cheryl’s family.

 

Jeannie (Barbosa) Hermerding posted on 1/14/21

Mrs. Wulff, Megan, Tom and family. I am without words for your loss of your daughter, mother, sister, friend, etc. We spent a lot of time together in high school and early college days. She was always so much fun to be around and was always a true friend. I hate that we never connected...we always said one day soon. My prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Patti Warner posted on 1/14/21

Dearest Friends, you have my utmost Love and condolences . I’m so sorry that, because of Covid I will not be joining you at the memorial service on Saturday. Melva will certainly be remembered by many. She was strong, unrelenting and always fun. What a great legacy she left this world. My heart goes out to all of you. Love and prayers, Patti Warner

 

Patti Warner posted on 1/14/21

Don was my second cousin but we were close as children. Our families were very close in visiting and vacationing together. Both Bob and Don were fine young men and I’m sure they were great teachers. My Love and sympathy go out to your family. I’m sure that Don has been told already, “Well done thy good and faithful servant”. Praise God that we will meet again in eternity. Love and Prayers, Patti Warner

 

Karen Ferris Bartling posted on 1/14/21

Condolences to the family. She was such an extraordinary lady who raised a wonderful family. It was always a delight to talk to her wherever we met. She contributed to so many lives and will be missed by many more!

 

Wayne Wilcox posted on 1/14/21

Megan, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I enjoyed working with Cheryl for more than 20 years. I can't tell you how many times we sat and chatted about work, the beach and life in general, she will not be forgotten and I already miss her. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family in this time of sorrow.

 

Dana U Lottes posted on 1/14/21

Megan, our love and prayers are with you. We can only imagine how sad you are feeling and want to help you with anything you may need. With sincere sympathy, Dana and Paul Lottes

 

Aunt Randi posted on 1/14/21

Always had such great fun travelling and being with you. Was SO looking forward to more trips together.... those were the best of times. There were no worst of times.

 

Steve (Randy) Jack posted on 1/14/21

I don't have the words to describe my privilege and honor to have known Melva since 1957! I was always treated like family! Our families forged such a strong bond and relationship... it's lasted a lifetime! To all the "Ratchfords"... please accept our deepest condolences! I can see Melva and Mary K carrying on!

 

Roger Abell posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl you will be missed. You were always upbeat and brightened my day when ever we worked together. You especially lighted up when talking about your daughter. It was obvious she was the joy of your life.

 

Renee Perkinson posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl was such a sweet person. I worked with her for years and she was always kind to everyone.

 

John Garro posted on 1/14/21

Very sad to hear of Cheryl's passing. She was a great co-worker, always there with a smile and hello. She will be missed. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.

 

Marion Hensley posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl was always pleasant and happy to help through challenges. She gave her all and will greatly missed

 

Michelle LaBar posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl was a wonderful coworker; her sunny personality and disposition was very welcoming. I always left her feeling grateful for her help and happy to have spoken to her. She will be sorely missed.

 

Nina Hopwood posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl was such a pleasant person. I will miss her smile and sweet personality. She was always a bright light. My prayers to her family.

 

Sandy Young posted on 1/14/21

Sorry for your loss. She was so young. Will keep your family in my prayers.

 

 

Jeff Narva posted on 1/14/21

Always upbeat and understanding when changes had to be made. Will miss working with you.

 

Holly Schuyler posted on 1/14/21

Cheryl was such a sweet soul. She always wore a smile and she always made time for you...making you feel like you'd been her friend forever. She is missed already.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 1/14/21

Sydney and Family, I'm so sorry to read of the passing of Sydney and Family, I'm so sorry to read of the passing of Cheryl. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Cheryl

 

Dave and Becky Gibson posted on 1/13/21

I’m sorry Brian and family for your loss.Jackie was a good friend and a special person.We had a lot of good times.She will sadly missed.❤️

 

Janet Reynolds and Girls posted on 1/13/21

We are so very sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace and comfort during this tough time.

 

Dr. Ron Ross posted on 1/13/21

To All Family Members, I want to express my heartfelt condolences to you in Mary's home-going. For the last twenty years I have been a regular speaker at both the weekly Vespers as well as the Wednesday devotions. Mary was a favorite of mine as was her son Larry. She would always give me a kiss with up beat personality...what a privilege to know her and experience her love for life. Since the covid challenge, I have been distanced from the facility and have missed sharing with the residents. I will be praying for you all as you celebrate her life this coming Saturday.

 

cindy (stout) halstead posted on 1/13/21

Brian, Maggie and family I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Jackie. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 1/13/21

Jo, Bob, Gary and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of mom's passing. She had a long, good, exciting, fulfilling life. She will be missed. I'll not make it to the calling. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Mrs. Ratchford

 

Charles Gaddis posted on 1/12/21

We are deeply saddened by the loss of our brother. Siblings by birth, Brother, Charles L. Gaddis Muncie, In. He was also survived by four sister's; Elisabeth J. Smith of Muncie, In. Freida Rice (brother-in-law Leroy Rice) of Lexington KY. Janice Elmore, Lebanon, In. Sharlene Childers of Mount Vernon, Ky. Proceeded in death by our brother Randy Gaddis, summerset, Ky.

 

 

LouAnn Howard posted on 1/12/21

Wow, Dave, we go back so many years. I never met your Dad, But I felt like I knew him, and your Mom through you. I hope you, as well as your Mom and the rest of your family are holding up at this time. Terry and I will keep you all in our prayers. Love to you and your Mom and family.

 

Sam and Karen Marshall posted on 1/12/21

So sorry for your loss and sending love to the family.

 

Dennis McGalliard posted on 1/12/21

I have fond memories of the entire Baur family, I played with the kids and was just telling my wife about playing in the orchard and eating fruit that wasn’t really ripe enough. What a full life well lived. I doubt Molly remembers me, but it’s funny how many of us landed in California. You were all blessed to have them as parents for so long, you all blessed my life and I wish you well. Your old neighbor Dennis. You can find me via Google in Redding California. Love to all.

 

 

Cheri Bennett Sturgeon posted on 1/11/21

Very sorry for your family’s loss and loss of our classmate David. I’ve often wondered where he took off to after graduation he was considered a neighbor my high school years. He was always very nice to me in school. May your memories comfort you.

 

Jesse Nelson posted on 1/11/21

Goodbye Beautiful little cousin, your grab the bull by the horns zeal for life, your mischievous smile and all the memories you left us with will be forever remembered and held dear in our hearts. You loved greatly and were greatly loved.

 

Shella and Gwinn Messer posted on 1/11/21

I remember you since kindergarten. Our moms knew each other when we were just babies. You will forever be in my heart. You will be missed by many. I pray that Brian, Maggie and the rest of your family find comfort in all of the memories you have left them.

 

John Wilson posted on 1/11/21

My Dear "Sis" as we all called her, was such a positive and strong spirit. She always encouraged us and showed nothing but love towards us. The world has lost a truly great person, but heaven has gained an even greater Angle. From, Charlie, John and Billie Jo. 1st cousins.

 

Becky Licht posted on 1/10/21

Evelyn was the best friend I ever had. She was always there to share laughter, a tear, and helping hand. Her sense of humor brought more laughter and smiles than would fill the sky. I want to give the greatest sympathy to her son, Ryan, who was always present for his mother and thank you for that.. My condolences to every family member and person lucky enough to have the privilege of knowing this fantastic lady. I am forever grateful to be able to call her my friend and she will be in my heart and memories forever. Love you always and dearly my friend. You will rest in great peace.

 

 

Mary Jo Godlewski posted on 1/10/21

My thoughts & prayers are with all of you She will be missed

 

Mary Cox posted on 1/10/21

I have so many fun memories of Jackie from the first day I met her I knew she was going to be my friend. I never dreamed we would become family. My deepest condolences to Brian Maggie Mackenzie Madalyn and Jackie’s brothers and Betty. Love to you all Mary That’s grandma Mary to Mackenzie and Madalyn love you most

 

Sabrina posted on 1/10/21

Sending love and light and many prayers to your family at this time. You will be miss by so many. Rip in peace Richard Michael Barba

 

Theresa Heatherly posted on 1/10/21

Kay, Tom, Michelle and the rest of the family, I am deeply saddened by the passing of Jo. I really loved her as a Mother-in-law and as an individual. I learned a lot from her over the years that I was married to Mike. The one funny thing I remember from her saying was the first time we were staying at the lake cottage for a week. She was telling me everything that was available in the refrigerator and freezer, she told me that there were "frozen Chicken Titties", I said "What" she said frozen Chicken Titties". I never expected this kind of an explanation at the time but I loved it at the same time. I have never forgotten that and I always loved the times that we had at the lake cottage, She always made it a fun time. My heart goes out to all of you in this difficult time. And know that you are all in my prayers. I am sorry that I could not make it to her funeral but I hope you know that my thoughts were with you all.

 

David and Jerrie Haffner posted on 1/9/21

I remember Leonard as a great and kind friend, especially when a need arose, he was there with help and advice. He got a kick out of calling me Davey and always treated me as one of his own. Leonard was a visionary and didn't allow much to bother him. He was gentle and kind in word and deeds. I rejoice in the comfort of knowing he is with his Lord, Jesus Christ. He gave us all a lifetime of great memories and love. We will miss him and his huge grins and smiles!

 

Jen Olson and girls posted on 1/8/21

David was always as sweet as he was kind. Loved to joke and never cared how many kids were around him at the house or at the ball fields. Iv never heard a cross word come from his lips. Rest easy sweet soul ❤️

 

Peggy Keppler posted on 1/8/21

I worked with Helen at Mutual and loved her. She was a fun, vibrant lady. Your Dad's station was just down the street from my Dads business, Keppler Steel, so they knew each other. Both of my folks are both gone, sad for us..

 

Amanda & William Chohfi posted on 1/8/21

Deeply sorry for such unexpected loss. We hope you find comfort in your prayers. She will be remembered by us. Love and sympathy.

 

Jane Perry posted on 1/8/21

What a wonderful woman! You have great memories to hold in your heart. Sympathy to all of her family.

 

Steve and Eleanor Selby posted on 1/8/21

Heartfelt sympathies to Mike and his family. Helen was a jewel and a favorite employee and friend to most people in the bank. She was my first boss, and we never outgrew our friendship. God Bless Helen Bilbrey. R.I.P.

 

Tom Glaser posted on 1/8/21

Mike I am so sorry to hear about you're mother's passing.

 

 

Patricia Kilcoyne posted on 1/8/21

Love You Dean I hope everybody showed up to respect you and rest in peace I know you're flying high up there and looking over us

 

Glenn, Pam and Annie Zabel posted on 1/8/21

Karen, Brian and family we are very sorry for for you loss and wish to express our deepest sympathies!

 

Betty Marcum posted on 1/7/21

Leonard's Family, I am truly sorry to hear of His passing. I enjoyed talking with him in our Sunday School class and at some of the car shows. He was a delightful man, I will miss him. I send thoughts and prayers to all of you.

 

Rachel A Truax posted on 1/7/21

I will always remember the kindness of your parents. Back in 1975, I worked with your dad. As a young military wife, I was struggling. Your parents made my life so much better. More recently, I had the joy of again seeing your mother at Westminster.

 

Linda M. Vore posted on 1/7/21

Darrel, We are sorry to hear about your loss. You and the family are in our prayers during this difficult season. Rick ‘n Linda

 

Emma Lee Slagle posted on 1/7/21

To the Spurgeon Family - I regrettably will not be able to attend the funeral. Jo was a very special life friend with whom I shared many great experiences. I will forever miss her kind smile and our long talks. So very sorry for your loss, Emma Lee Slagle

 

Richard McCluskey posted on 1/6/21

My dear friend Miss Evelyn, Will might be gone from my life but never from my heart. She was a beautiful and sweet friend to me! Lov yu Miss Evelyn....

 

Marjorie Evilsizer posted on 1/6/21

One of my first memories of Evelyn was when we were sitting around the table, preparing a meal and sharing stories and laughter in Muncie, Indiana. She will be missed. I condolences to the whole family.

 

 

Patricia kilcoyne posted on 1/6/21

To my ex-husband that was one of my best friends I talk to him two or three times a week so he call me when he's out and you come home had a few drinks and you call and check on me and Mike there is no man that was just a kind kind of sweets all just like my husband I'm married to now for 29 years but Dean McGahey was the best thing that happened in my life and his father Mac and his family I'm going to miss talking to him you always checked on me after I had my legs amputated he had a true spirit and there's nothing I would have did for him

 

angie posted on 1/5/21

Chris, Julie, Nick, Devan, Donna & family - Just sending you my sympathies and many hugs and prayers during this time. Curt will be remembered as a very HARD WORKER with a servant-like spirit, a man who lived out life as God intends and as HE plans for all of us to do... Curt was always so kind and sweet whenever we were around him. It was apparent how very much he cared for and loved his family. May God's unexplainable peace fill you and may your many HAPPY memories of Curt - your Dad, your Grandpa, your Husband - be what comfort you in these days ahead. Praying for you all! -angie

 

 

Patricia Kilcoyne posted on 1/5/21

from the kilcoyne's and the Steele family

 

Jack Frost posted on 1/5/21

Rest In Peace My Marine Brother Semper Fidelis

 

JEFF MOSIER posted on 1/4/21

Chris: My prayers are with you today after I read of your father’s passing in the Star Press last evening. I didn’t realize they attended Glad Tidings. I was going to order flowers or a gift. FCA will make a memorial contribution instead. I am praying for you. I know you love your dad and you had been very involved with him. I know that pain well. So does Our Heavenly Father. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, 4 who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any [a]trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. BLESSINGS!!! Jeff Mosier East Central Indiana Area Director Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Barry Lamm posted on 1/4/21

I had the pleasure of knowing Curt Crabtree since I was a youngster when he worked with my family at Ken-Bar Tool. He was the hardest working person I ever knew. He loved life, his family, to eat, and most of all the Lord. Rest in Peace my friend

 

Sally (King), Janel and John Wetzel posted on 1/4/21

Dean was a very nice person who always made us feel welcome and at ease. We could tell how much he loved his family and that they felt the same about him. Someone so special will never be forgotten.

 

Kimberley Fadely posted on 1/4/21

Sorry for your loss in these times even harder when you can't be surrounded by family and friends. But know you will all be in my thoughts for this day .It will not be easy. Prayers for all of you.

 

Carolyn and Michael Grieves posted on 1/4/21

Sally, Thinking of you during this sad time. Sending light and love your way.

 

Larry and dianna lewis posted on 1/3/21

Our prayers are with you all !! Love you

 

Marilyn (Timmons) Ritter posted on 1/3/21

Lowell & Charlene, and all of his family: So sorry to read about the loss of your son, husband and father. It’s devastating to lose a child/loved one no matter their age. May God be with you all during this difficult time. ✝️

 

Steve posted on 1/3/21

We will always have fond memories of Curt - from "across the fence." I recall him sitting on the patio, soaking in some sun, always under the watchful eyes of his loving wife, Donna. She told us several times that they loved seeing our dogs, especially Buddy the lab, laying in the the sun on our lawn. Two years, I put Christmas lights on the big hedge facing their yard, hoping it would brighten their Christmas. This year, I never got around to doing it - with the craziness of 2020... Peace to Curt, and to Donna. Steve and Nancy

 

Patricia Carson (Clabby) posted on 1/3/21

Dear Donna, Chris and family, I’m so sorry for the passing of this wonderful man. We know that heaven gained a wonderful soul. God certainly had you all on my mind and in my heart for this reason. I just didn’t know it at the time. Know that, even though I’m 1000 miles away, you are all still like family to me. We know that Curt is in good hands! May he Rest In Peace. Love you all, Tricia

 

Cheryl Brewer posted on 1/3/21

YOU ARE MY PERSON, YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY PERSON.

 

Lori (Jones) McCormick posted on 1/2/21

Sally, I am so very sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing! My “bro” always had the biggest smile and hug when I saw him at church. Keeping you and the family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Nada Amburn posted on 1/2/21

Lowell and Charlene---My deepest sympathies. May your memories bring you a small measure of comfort.

 

 

Don & Robin Bark posted on 1/2/21

Dear Ray. We’re so sorry for your loss. Please know you’re in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Gabriella Hieb posted on 1/1/21

It was lovely meeting such a wonderful man, his compassion, tenacity and dedication to family and friends was evident in his welcome of my daughter and I.He shared stories of family, took us to his beloved Eagles, but what I was mostly impressed by is his caring of my sister. He believed in her, her struggles and motivated her to succeed. He guided her in becoming as independent as possible! ! He gave us a lovely tour of Muncie, it as a pleasure to know such a kind and special man, Gods Peace till we all meet again!!

 

Nancy Horvath posted on 12/31/20

Kyle, I was so surprised to learn of your mother's (and father's) passing. I had just driven past your old home this past week and thought of them. Your mother was always kind to me. Although I didn't know them well, they had to be pretty great to raise a wonderful kid that I once knew and, I can only assume, a fantastic grown man. I'm sure they were very proud of you. I am very sorry for your loss. I hope that you and your sisters are well and that 2021 holds brighter days for you. Most Sincerely, Nancy Bates Horvath

 

Ronda Harper posted on 12/31/20

Sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you.

 

Judi Williams posted on 12/31/20

Dear Zane, So sad to see your Dad passed. You and your family are in my heart and prayers. The love you had for each other was great. Your mentor Judi

 

Sandy Sigo posted on 12/31/20

Praying for you all and wishing I could attend the memorial service. I remember when your mom taught preschool at HHCS. She had some great stories & loved to tell them.

 

Linda Joseph (Lovegrove) posted on 12/31/20

Dear Sodders family, I was so sorry to hear of Paula's passing. The picture you posted of her is such a good one, as it shows her infectious smile. My thoughts and prayers are for God's sweet peace and comfort to surround you all at this time and always.

 

Matt Driscoll posted on 12/31/20

Kay, I have enjoyed our time of reconnecting. Getting to know you and Bob has been a highlight and I could never repay you for it. I know the loss hurts, but He is with you always. We are praying for the ease of this pain for the family.

 

Kathy posted on 12/31/20

IM SO GLAD TO HAVE MET MIKE THROUGH ASHLEE I ALWAYS CHERISH THE FRIENDS WE WERE I LOVE YOU ALL...

 

Donella and Joe posted on 12/31/20

So sorry for you and your families loss ! Hugs and prayers in the difficult time .

 

Donella and Joe posted on 12/31/20

So very sorry for you and your family’s loss ! Hugs and prayers in this difficult time!

 

judy peterson posted on 12/30/20

Sally was very surprised to see that Jeff pasted He was always there it seemed. He will be missed by all.

 

John C Armstrong posted on 12/30/20

Sorry for your loss. Great memories of being around the family as a youngster. Always a smile for me in my older years. We've lost a gem!

 

Anne Crow (Marquell) posted on 12/30/20

Kay and girls, I have many fond memories of time spent together when our children were small. You and Bob were always so welcoming and I marveled at your decorating abilities. My prayers are with all of you during this time. Please know that you aren't traveling down this path alone. God is with you and always by your side. Lean on His everlasting arms.

 

Mick and Margie Elrod posted on 12/30/20

Sally, We are so sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. Always enjoyed seeing Jeff at Menards and talking with him. He had a wonderful sense of humor and personality. He will be missed.

 

dana G wyatt posted on 12/30/20

SALLY I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS.JEFF WAS A GREAT MAN

 

[email protected] .com posted on 12/30/20

so sorry for your loss paula will be missed by all love Rose

 

Gloria Frasier posted on 12/29/20

Bev, Sorry to see that your dad passed away. He had a good long life and you were blessed to have him so long. He has gone home to the Lord.Praying for you.

 

Joyce posted on 12/29/20

Already miss you Deano! He always had a way of making you feel welcome. I'll miss this 'ol rinky dink! Please give Mom and all our family hugs from all of us.

 

 

Jwahir A Rahim posted on 12/29/20

Deepest Sympathy,,he was always so good to my grandson Kayden Lee.

 

Patti Warner posted on 12/29/20

Dear Sally, I’m so sorry about Jeff’s passing. Your Church family hurts with you. I Praise God that He sent His Son to die for us so we could have eternal life. Love you, In Christ, Patti Warner

 

Earl & Angela Davis posted on 12/29/20

Pastor Kay and Family, we will so miss the presence of this precious man of God. He was always at your side to help you minister to the needs of so many. No job was too small or insignificant for him. His presence will be missed but his spirit lives on. Rest from your labor Bro. Bob

 

 

Lowell Huffman posted on 12/29/20

Always a caring individual that would go out of his way to help. Loved his family deeply.

 

Steve and Michelle Mann posted on 12/29/20

We are so sorry for your loss! We will continue praying for all your family during this difficult time. Love to you all!

 

Joyce Bates (Bantz) posted on 12/29/20

I have many memories of Paula,family, and Frances&Giff who were friends of my parents(Curt&Anna Bantz) from Fountain Square UM Church. love & prayers, Joyce

 

Richard j barba posted on 12/29/20

I will miss you son

 

Robert W Humes posted on 12/29/20

ROBERT HUMES Yesterday at 9:50 AM · Shared with Your friends I can't remember ever being so emotionally torn in two pieces as I am this Lord's Day. After tears of joy lasting through the night at the announcement of my son's marriage to a marvelous woman who will keep him on the straight and narrow path; I sign on to Fb this morning to find out one of my closest friends through high school, living in Yorktown, and being my job setter at Chevrolet Muncie, Lowell Huffman, lost his son to illness just before 7:00 AM this morning. Both his and my son's names are Adam. Both played in our yards in Yorktown; both enjoyed a trip to King's Island together in the late 70s. My Lord's Day prayers are mixed with emotions from one end of the spectrum to the other, both in praise and seeking comforts and healing. I'm praying Lowell and I put all are faith and blessed hope in the Lord for His provision as both families enter the new year.

 

Darlena K Smith posted on 12/28/20

Alex, Zach, and Robin I am so sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless you . Robin I'm here for you and the boys with love Tony and Darlena Smith ❤️

 

Stephen Burns posted on 12/28/20

Ann, such a "free" spirit. She was a close friend of my wife‘s and mine. My beloved wife Susie Burns, also with our Lord. My darkest days, my loss of my beloved Susie, Ann brought comfort and consoled me with her genuine heart. Ann's father, "LEW", a past Pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Muncie, a guiding light for all to our Lord, a true prophet, an inspirational infusion, insight to understanding our personal capacity to knowing our Lord's directives for us individually. Yes Ann, I will miss our conversations, your deep perception of my loss of my Susie, our Lord's true gift of His love to me. It is not in this I say goodbye, but as you many times reminded me, it is our Lord's timing, His calling us Home, to reunite with our loved ones, our friends, to be with our Lord in the safety of His loving arms. Peace my dear friend.

 

Diane Benadum posted on 12/28/20

Just wanted you to know how sorry I was to learn of Ann's passing,. She was always upbeat and I enjoyed working with her. Re Max was such a class act with your Mother and Sister at the helm.

 

Jim McKibben posted on 12/28/20

Sorry to read about Bob's passing. As a brand new employee at New Venture Gear, Bob went out of his way to help make my transition into my new job much easier and successful..

 

 

Ashlee Barba posted on 12/28/20

You were the best husband, daddy, friend, and lover! 20 years is a long time of memories that I will forever cherish! Me and your babies will continue to hold on to your heart and cherish every memory and legacy! Until we meet again at them golden gates! We love you babe!

 

Gary Thomas posted on 12/28/20

Ann was a great friend and mentor to a lot of people. She was always there with a smile, an ear and probably some advice. I'm sorry for your loss and I want you to know she has a special place in my heart.

 

Connie and Ted Fullhart posted on 12/28/20

Ted and I send our deepest sympathy to the family of Ann. She was a very special person and we cherish our relationship with her and the family❤️❤️

 

Vicki Bradburn Shockley posted on 12/28/20

Dear Gishler girls, I am so sorry Ann became ill and passed away. It is also tragic that none of you could be with her. Ann was one of a kind person. She was ambitious even in her wheelchair! Always friendly and with a smile. She will be missed.

 

Vicki Bradburn Shockley posted on 12/28/20

Dear Gullions, I am so sorry to see Clancy has passed away. Every time I play #15 at DCC I think of him. I can still hear his laugh! He was always friendly! So sorry for all of you.

 

Gary Hart posted on 12/27/20

So sorry for your loss. Diana was sweet lady you will be in our thoughts and prayers

 

jan stratton posted on 12/27/20

we are very sorry to lose Ann, even though we could not see her, she was on our chat list. she was strong and a person you never forgot. janet and bob stratton

 

Stephen Miller MD posted on 12/27/20

The hours I spent with Clancy on and off the golf course will always be treasured, particularly those spent at Lake Walloon at Dr. Bill Fishers “cottage”, along with 5 other poorly behaved men. The golfing was always competitive but collegial, followed by happy hour which was a gross misnomer. Dinners were paid for by the winners and second place finishers paid the bar bill. It was never good to finish second as often it exceeded the Pentagon’s budget. Clancy always made those trips memorable and was so much fun to be around. He will be missed and my condolences go out to Ginny and the family. Steve

 

Louise Eddington posted on 12/27/20

I am so sorry to hear of Anh's passing. I was happy to get to know her during the time my mom was a resident of Westminster Village. Sending peace and love to her family.

 

Louise Eddington posted on 12/27/20

I am so sorry to hear this. Shari was a very good friend of my mom during the time she was at Westminster Village. Sending love and peace to her family.

 

John Lozar posted on 12/27/20

Chris & Don, so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. The business he started and that is still here is a true Muncie tradition.

 

 

Heather Reece posted on 12/26/20

Praying for peace and comfort. Michael was a special man who loved his family.

 

Janice L Lykins posted on 12/26/20

Dear Ann you are going to be greatly missed! Here at Silver Birch Assisted Living we all enjoyed your photos that you would put on your door. They have been greatly appreciated and are deeply missed. We became very good friends for 2 reasons. One because we both love the Lord Jesus and because we both have MS. At least you no longer have it! Yeah! I enjoyed spending time with you in your apartment. Much laughter about my electronic fixing abilities. Love you 'Anny' see you when it's my turn to "Dance for Joy" with the Lord Jesus! ❤ Your friend always 'Janny' Janice Lykins.

 

Robert Harvey posted on 12/25/20

So very sorry to read of Bob's death. We remember his smiling face and cheerful attitude at Riverside UM Church. He will be missed.

 

Dennis Oldland posted on 12/24/20

I have dear memories of Ann from Chautauqua '67 and '68. She was a constant friend and adopted sister to many of us. "Oley"

 

 

Mike and Claudia Bilbrey posted on 12/23/20

You were always so sweet and never forgot to call us on our birthdays. We will miss you. Love Mike and Claudia

 

Megan Lapeer posted on 12/23/20

Wayne & family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs to you all. Tim and Megan Lapeer

 

 

Linda Steele posted on 12/22/20

So sorry I can't be there, my condolences

 

Dan Swanson posted on 12/22/20

Trudy, Having just learned of Dr. Pellegrini’s passing, I ask that that you accept my sincere condolences. Having studied music theory/ composition with him in the mid-80’s, know that he has always influenced me musically. If I have a regret, it is that I was not more aggressive in staying in contact with him over the years. Dan Swanson MM 1985

 

 

Brenda Weiler posted on 12/21/20

Prayers and condolences for the family

 

 

Nancy and Walt Quate posted on 12/21/20

Heartfelt condolences to the family...

 

Steve and Eleanor Selby posted on 12/21/20

Jo was a friend and colleague at Mutual for many years. Jo was a sincere person, a true professional, a nd a trusted friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with Susan Jo and all the friends and family. God Bless.

 

Barb Arrington posted on 12/20/20

I am thinking of you and hope you remember all the happy times with your Mother. She was caring, kind person to everyone. I remember lots of fun times.God be with you Very sincerely.Barb

 

 

The Casada Family Jim, Sue, Alisa and Jimmy posted on 12/20/20

Sending our condolences, We are so sorry fort your loss, sending love and healing prayers .

 

 

The Casada Family Jim, Sue, Alisa and Jimmy posted on 12/20/20

We are so sorry for your loss, sending, love and healing prayers

 

Lisa Strouse posted on 12/20/20

Sharon was my Aunt I loved her dearly. She has a brother Gary David Reed. Kokomo he loved his sister alot. I'm so sorry I wasn't closer to her. You will be missed dearly. We love you. Rest in peace Sharon we will see each other again one day.

 

Kathy Hershey Marsh posted on 12/19/20

So sorry to hear of Aunt Joey’s passing. She and Aunt Helen were quite the pair. I always smile when I remember her

 

Mary Harry posted on 12/19/20

Wishing you peace and comfort during this hard time. I will always remember Jo as being a very intelligent, charming, beautiful, and immaculately dressed lady.

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 12/19/20

God's peace with Susan Jo, Annette, and all the family and friends of Jo Kincaid. You all saw to it that she got good care. We hope knowing she is at peace will give you comfort.

 

 

Kelly VanNatter posted on 12/19/20

My condolences to the whole family! You are all in my thoughts and prayers! Love you all!

 

Jim Louden posted on 12/19/20

My heart goes out to Christina for her loss of her mother whom I know she loved very much. I do know for a fact that Debbie had a strong belief in God and a better life hereafter and for that she will live forever. We can all take comfort in that.

 

Joel VanPelt posted on 12/17/20

Ray, Lori, Mark, & Pete, Sarah and I were extremely saddened to hear about Melanie. Melanie and your whole family were so kind to Sarah and I over the years and for that we are extremely grateful. She was a wonderful substitute teacher for DelCom, I know when I was absent for school, I wanted her to be the sub in my classroom...things were going to be done right! Melanie touched many people's lives, and she is going to be missed by many. Prayers to the whole family in this difficult time. Love you all, Joel, Sarah, Jacob, Ryan

 

Ken and Diana Jasinski posted on 12/16/20

Betty grew up in the same neighborhood as my parents (Ed and Rose (Bleich) Jasinski). Betty was a Junior Bridesmaid in my parent's wedding. Later, Betty became a teaching colleague of my wife and Dave did some home improvements at our home. Dave, was hard - working ,honest and talented - what more could you want from a Greek God ! So sorry for your loss.

 

Terri Sorrell posted on 12/16/20

Doug, Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Brittany G. posted on 12/16/20

It was a pleasure to be a part of Victor’s care. He was always smiling and laughing even in times where he was sick. One thing I will never forget is that he was always positive. When he got sick I’d be like “Hey, Vic you alright?” His eyes would light up, he’d have the biggest smile and reply with “yep, I’m alright.” He will be missed by the staff at Morrison. His wife Jill will be missed as well. I always enjoyed hearing her stories about the story before Victor came to Morrison Woods. It was a pleasure to meet you, Jill. I’m still continuing my education and hope to be an RN, on day. I remember you telling me I’d be a great nurse. I appreciate your kind words and am very sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

First Presbyterian Church, Tipton, Indiana posted on 12/15/20

John was the interim Moderator of our Session(First Presbyterian- Tipton) many years back. We share your sorrow at a kind man's passing.

 

Mary Armstrong posted on 12/15/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Fran and the entire family. John was a kind loving neighbor for over 40 years. Sure will miss his sweet friendly smile and kind (and sometimes funny )words. ❤️

 

 

Beth Andrews posted on 12/15/20

Gonna miss seeing you shopping with Angie. Gods got you in Heaven with Him. You have a beautiful Heart. Fly High my old friend.

 

 

JAMES R BROWN PM PARKER LOGE #630 posted on 12/15/20

April & Tony you have my condolence in the passing of April's Mother

 

Jim Needham posted on 12/14/20

Dear Ray, Lori, Mark, and Pete... while I did not know Melanie well, I remember her well and know that the love she shared with so many, washed over each of you day after day for many years. Trust that God is with her and that she is celebrating her new life without pain, without sorrow, and without the constant threat that her heart would stop. Now, for sure, it will go on forever and you will see her again. What a wonderful life, too short, but just long enough to fulfill what she had to do. It is obvious from the other posts that Melanie cared deeply and loved many without reserve. What a blessing she has been. May God comfort you and give you His peace as you celebrate Melanie's life with your memories and gratitude for what yuou have been given.

 

JIm Needham posted on 12/14/20

I remember Rev. John Constant as a long-time friend and member of my wider community circle of encouragers. He will be missed, and I am sure is celebrating with our creator and the Lord Jesus when he was welcomed home. He will be missed and appreciated for all he was all he did for a lifetime and a half...

 

Jacqueline Gregory posted on 12/14/20

I didn't know Terry but I usually get my gas at Oakwood & Mcgalliard and occasionally I go inside for lottery tickets, which I did today. I was so sorry to hear of his passing. He was such a nice person and I remember thinking, he must live at the station...seemed to put in so many hours at work. Lol My condolences to his family...I'm sure he will be missed by many.

 

sherry mason posted on 12/14/20

Baaaby Sending all my love , missing you terribly , our time together left me with so much to remember and feel . Even though your gone my feelings for you are unchanged . To my Tommy Always Sherry XOXO

 

Mary Ann Rahe posted on 12/13/20

Reading Charlie's obit has made me laugh and cry. He was indeed a warm and gracious man--"the best kind of human". I'm grateful to have known him a little and to have had the privilege of working with some of his children in class. Like their dad, a special depth, humor, and talent brightened the space around them. Sending love to all, Mary Ann Rahe

 

 

Natalie Wilson posted on 12/13/20

Aimee was such a bright and positive person. Her love for family, friends and pets never went unnoticed. Praise God that her light will continue to shine through her children. Aimee you are truly missed.

 

Sara Jane Guthrie Moyer posted on 12/13/20

What a special tribute to my dad, John Guthrie. I know dad thought a lot of Jim. So sorry for your loss.

 

Linda and Steve Bolander posted on 12/13/20

Jim, we are so very sorry to hear of cathy's passing. She was a very special lady, always with a smile on her face. Sending you our deepest sympathy. Steve and Linda Bolander

 

Greg McCann posted on 12/13/20

I was very sad to hear of your fathers passing. I was blessed to know them both. From the day I met them both they treated me as one of their own. My prayers go out to your family I think of you often.

 

 

Kandy johnson posted on 12/13/20

U are now at peace . No more pain u will be sadly missed by so many spread ur wings ur an angel now .. rest easy.

 

Kari MUSICK posted on 12/12/20

RIP Angie, All the memories we have had will last me forever...You will be missed

 

 

Daisy Estep posted on 12/12/20

Prayers for all of the family.

 

Tim McKelvey posted on 12/12/20

RIP Jim. You were a great friend. I have so many great memories of you and the others we ran with when we were younger. I’m very glad that in our later years we got to see each other and talk at church. You were a genuine good man, husband, father, grandfather and friend and will surely be missed by all that knew you. Sincere heartfelt condolences to the families.

 

Jean Whited posted on 12/12/20

Betty and Glen, my favorite neighbors. Such sweet and gentle spirits. I will think of you and smile. I will miss you!

 

Clarence and Connie Robbins posted on 12/12/20

Doug we are so saddened reading this news. May God bless you and be with you and the families and give you peace of heart. We are praying for you all.

 

Stella Mix posted on 12/12/20

I met Betty and Glen at Chulavista. Fun loving person, played cards with her. Our sincere sympathy

 

Jeanette Rich posted on 12/11/20

Damon I’m so sorry to here of your Mothers passing I have fond memories of her and she will be missed

 

Connie Paul posted on 12/11/20

To my beautiful friend Ray and to Lori, Mark, and Pete: My heart is so heavy for you as you mourn the loss of Melanie . While I haven’t been connected to Melanie in a few years , we have been connected through business and a long time friendship . I remember when I worked for Schwartz Paper and was invited to the Ferguson home for a company Christmas party . The home was beautifully decorated for the holidays and Melanie was a lovely hostess ; always smiling and very beautiful. From other posts I can see she was a wonderful teacher and was loved by many .I feel very connected to the Ferguson’s and will Hold you close to my heart in the days and months ahead . Love to each of you ❤️

 

Jim and Donna Parsons posted on 12/11/20

What a shock to all of the family and friends. She has been through so much but we still saw that smiling face. Our times together with kids, sports, parties and vacations was so much fun. Our visits when we return to Muncie are like we have not been apart. Bless you Ray, Lori, Mark, Pete and the rest of your family. Hope to see you soon.

 

Sonjia & John Clodfelder posted on 12/11/20

It was always such a joy to be with Melanie. Her kindness, her gentle words, and her appreciation for life was evident and such an inspiration. Loving thoughts for strength and comfort are extended to her wonderful family. Sonjia Clodfelder

 

Jan Morris posted on 12/11/20

Melanie had a heart of gold. She was a wonderful help to the students at Royerton (all Del Com) and was wonderful to the staff as well. I thoroughly enjoyed working with her first as a parent and then as a substitute in our building. You and Melanie have to be extremely proud of your children and I was happy to read of the grandchildren. Know that you are all in my prayers and I wish I could give each of you a hug, but that isn't going to happen. We moved to Fort Wayne last year, and I am recovering from back surgery and not allowed to travel. My own selfish heart wants to be there to say goodbye and to let you be aware of how loved she is. Please give Molly an air hug from me.

 

Kim Hiatt posted on 12/11/20

Terri, I'm so terribly sorry to learn about this. Aimee was such a wonderful person and will be deeply missed.

 

Barbara Ludington posted on 12/11/20

I hope the family will look at the Monroe Central Alumni page on Facebook to read all the wonderful comments about Mr. Owen

 

 

Angie Wilson Gregory posted on 12/11/20

RIP My dear friend we haved so many good times i real always cherish till we meet again

 

Donata (Johnson) Boyle posted on 12/11/20

RIP my dear friend. Angie you will be dearly missed. My prayers are with your family. Such a great woman gone to soon! Sincerely, Donata (Johnson) Boyle

 

Greg Dant posted on 12/11/20

I was Gwen Hall's friend and insurance agent for the last 30 years. Mrs. Hall was a very unique and thoughtful lady. She sent me cards for all holidays and my birthday, too. She even knew when my children were born. I will miss her phone calls and visits to my office. My condolences to the family and may she RIP.

 

Chris Ekman posted on 12/10/20

It was 1996 at the first indoor track meet of the season at Ball State University. I had just finished my warm-up and went over to talk with Coach Owen as I was going to put on my racing shoes and get final instructions. It was as I reached into my bag that I realized that I had forgotten my racing shoes. Coach Owen cracked a joke about where they might be, and started to remove his shoes (Nike Waffle Racers) all while explaining how I was going to run each phase of the race. He handed me his shoes and wished me luck. As I went round and around the track, in his shoes, there was Coach Owen in his socks yelling words of support and encouragement. That day I learned that Coach Owen would literally give me the shoes off of his feet to see me succeed. Myself and so many others have been fortunate to have had Charlie Owen in our lives. He taught me the importance of trust, kindness, and humility. I try to carry these lessons with me everyday.

 

 

Lauren posted on 12/10/20

My Papaw was a choose love kind of man. A search for a lost dog in a thunderstorm kind of man. A whole belly laugh kind of man. He strove to drive Memaw crazy through jokes at bedtime and to settle in watching westerns after mowing. He grew the biggest sunflowers, crafted beautiful Christmas ornaments and made the best carmels. He loved his John Deere. He loved Memaw. He loved all of us. He was my first hero, my first friend. I learned to treat animals as family members from him. I learned to (somewhat) drive a tractor from him. I know every line to every John Wayne role because of him. Riding in the wagon, pulled behind Papaw's John Deere, cutting through the field to go play at the church...memories I'll treasure forever. Sitting on the slide, Papaw saying it's time to head back, sun setting behind him... His smile and laugh showing me we'd stay 5 more minutes. From vacationing in Hilton Head to long days spent hanging out in the Kiwanis tent at the fairgrounds, Papaw was always the most kind, sarcastic, quick witted and loving man in the room. I'll always remember counting mountains of saved quarters to get Daffodil and how silly Lucas looked, ears flopping every which way, as Papaw walked out to greet him. Papaw was, is, a once in a lifetime man. And I feel truly blessed to have known him. Love you forever.

 

Charlotte Shepperd posted on 12/10/20

Ray, Molly, Mark, Lori, and Ferguson family-- So sad to learn of Melanie's passing. She was such a wonderful example of what is right with the world. May the peace that passes understanding and your beautiful memories sustain you at this time of incredible sorrow. Charlotte Shepperd

 

Linda Templin posted on 12/10/20

Angela I only knew you through your mom Sandy. The love in her heart for you, & the smile on her face when she would talk about her beautiful Angela. You can RIP knowing your so special & love my your mom. Sandy I'm so sorry for your lost. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Brian Cox posted on 12/10/20

Ray, Mark, Lori and Pete. I was very sad to read of Melanie's passing today. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers during your difficult time. She touched many lives and I will always remember her smiling face at all of the baseball games.

 

Charity Peckinpaugh posted on 12/10/20

I so sorry for your loss. I like her like a lot. She was a great teacher and person. She will be missed.

 

John Lozar posted on 12/10/20

Randy, very sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. It appears she led an interesting & exciting life. Know my thoughts are on you & your family.

 

Sharon Schooley posted on 12/9/20

Nancy & family--Growing up as we did at Madison Street brings back so many great memories. I extend my sympathy to all of you. David and his family were great people and hopefully these memories will carry you through. Sherry

 

Don Odle posted on 12/9/20

So sorry to hear of Melanie’s passing. I thoroughly enjoyed our years at Delta Middle School. She was a good friend and a great co-worker. She will be missed.

 

James R Benefiel posted on 12/9/20

To her family we want to give them are condolences and prayer's. Pat and I graduated with Sally in 1954 and Pat and Sally were best friends since the 8th grade and I started to Royerton in 9th grade and rode the same bus with Sally. We have been friends ever since with her and your father and taking Sally with us ever since he passed. We will miss her great laugh and personality and friendship. We loved her, Jim Benefiel and Pat Burt Cook

 

Jeannine Harrold posted on 12/9/20

Dear Nancy, We send our sympathy to you at this sad time, Reading David's tribute brings back many fond memories of our families' close friendship that began during our "formative years." I hope your lifetime of remembrances will bring you comfort and peace in the days ahead. Always, Gayle and Jeannine Harrold

 

Chuck DeNeal posted on 12/9/20

Ray, Mark, Lori, & Pete, we are so sorry for your loss. What a wonderful lady and teacher and we are sure wife and mother. Our friendship goes back a lot years. Way back to college and Shiiedler apartments (if my memory isn’t slipping). Although our paths have not crossed lately I can remember her bright and caring attitude whenever we met. Always a positive greeting and wonderful smile. In addition to all her other contributions listed in her obituary I remember her as an avid supporter of Delta athletics. Her presence will be missed by many. Our prayers for your comfort and understanding during this trying time are with you. May God Bless and keep you safe old friends, Coach Chuck DeNeal and Susan

 

Ron and Debbie Richcreek posted on 12/9/20

Paula and family: Prayers for comfort and peace to each one of you. Charlie was an amazing person and musician. We loved watching him play drums with his jazz band at Motini's. He was one with the music when he was playing those drums - eyes sparking with pure joy and happiness. Ron and Debbie Richcreek

 

Lori Goodnight posted on 12/9/20

You will be greatly missed my sweet friend. God knew your struggle and freed you from the bondage and pain. My heart is completely broken and you will never be forgotten. Sending love and prayers for your family. May God hold them close and let them know that you are whole and free from pain, shining down on them from our Father's side. You were my sister in Christ but my heart loved you like an earthly sister.

 

Jonathan Lamb posted on 12/9/20

When you look at people that change your life, Coach O was one of them. As a skinny Freshman he called me over to the far side of the track on the first day of practice and told me (didn't ask) that I was going to run the long hurdles (I had never been over a hurdle in my life). As a teacher I had him for Government and Economics and he told me (didn't ask) that I needed to go further in the topics. Needless to say, Coach O was right, I won lots of races and set lots of records, I was good enough to run the long hurdles in college, I double majored in Economics and my interest in Government and policy has shaped where I am today. He was one of many people that directed me to places in life that I needed to be, and I can only pray that our first son that we named Owen in his honor will be blessed to have people like Charlie O guide him in his life.

 

Sue Davis posted on 12/9/20

What a beautiful tribute to a life well lived and a man well loved who loved you all right back!! You will continue to be blessed by those wonderful memories, as will all who ever come in contact with your family. Charlie’s smile was ever present. Prayers for peace to you all.

 

Adrienne Jones posted on 12/9/20

I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words that help. But Melanie was a wonderful person , always a smile and something sweet to say. I know we are all better for her touching our lives.

 

Kristani Pate posted on 12/9/20

She loved everyone and everything. Such a pleasure to work with for so many years. She will be mourned and missed by many. Love and prayers prayers to her family and friends.

 

Gregg Solak, Bob Svec, & Frank Hoard - CorpEx Crew posted on 12/9/20

Melanie, while we didn’t know her well, we came to know all about her from Ray. She was the steady hand behind our “boss”, Ray. We knew if he had traveled to town to meet with one of us, he had to check in with his “Lovely Bride.” Thanks to her keeping Ray balanced, our work lives were easier. So she touched our lives without even trying. We thank you Melanie, and we know in time laughter will abound in the stories of your life.

 

 

Rhonda Horner posted on 12/9/20

I'll always be your little girl, Dad. You will be in my heart always! You were the best Dad ever!

 

Rose Marie Burchfield posted on 12/8/20

My heart goes out your family. Melanie was a special person and loved by many. I hope you are comforted by the number of lives she touched.

 

Randy Sollars posted on 12/8/20

Mr. Owen was my teacher and coach a long time ago. He was a very good teacher and a better coach. He will truly be missed.

 

 

Tom Merryweather posted on 12/8/20

So sorry to hear of his passing

 

Steve Knote posted on 12/8/20

One of the most beautiful souls that I have ever had the privilege of knowing. She was always smiling that enigmatic smile that foretold of the wisdom within. May Ray and all of the family know some solace and sweetness in being in the presence of one classy lady!

 

Bill Puckett posted on 12/8/20

So sorry for all the family.

 

Bob Harrold posted on 12/8/20

We are so sorry for your loss! Melanie touched so many lives and always had a smile and hug! We hope your wonderful memories help comfort the huge hole in your hearts. Hugs to all! Bob and Bev Harrold

 

Michael Brumback posted on 12/8/20

I’ve lost a lifetime friend. We lose touch, that is life. I’ll miss seeing Nancy, Jeff and Susanne under these circumstances we are dealing with. Love you all...Mick

 

Cindy Woods posted on 12/8/20

Betty and Mike and family..so sorry to hear of Glens passing. May God hold you all in the palm of his hands. Cindy Woods

 

Ultimate Kronos Group Retail Family posted on 12/8/20

We have the genuine pleasure of working with Kim Parker. Our warmest condolences from the Ultimate Kronos Group Retail family to all of you. May the love and beautiful memories that you share give you strength and comfort in the days ahead.

 

Bob Lilly posted on 12/7/20

Sincere condolences to Sally’s family. Sally and I were in grades 1st through 9th at Royerton school. She was a wonderful person.

 

Marguerita Campbell posted on 12/7/20

My heart goes out to the whole family. I am holding you all in the light. Pat was one of the funniest people I have ever met. It didn’t matter if it was her worst moment she would make it funny. She was also one of the coolest. I grew up with her as a huge influence in my life. This is hard. Audrey, your mama was so awesome. I so very sorry for your loss.

 

Diana K Grilliot posted on 12/7/20

Terri I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to you. Sending love, hugs and comfort.

 

Amy Shelton (Blondie) posted on 12/7/20

Terri, I am so very sorry for the loss of your precious daughter. I am praying for you and the kids. Thoughts and prayers!!

 

Sue-Ann Hershey posted on 12/6/20

Terri, I just heard about Aimee’s passing. I am saddened at the loss of her spirited soul, and offer you my condolences. May her memory be a blessing to all who loved her.

 

Kathy Hershey Marsh posted on 12/6/20

Terry, nothing is harder than losing a child. Know my prayers are for you and the family. Let God’s arms reach down and comfort you during this difficult time

 

Cindy Clifton posted on 12/6/20

I was so saddened to see this . I am wanting to give you a hug, but looks like I can't even catch you at church this Christmas. You are such a strong lady, but this just seems too much. The Lord knows better. Know how sad I feel , dear. friend

 

Deirdre Ivy-Baker posted on 12/6/20

Rosemary and Abby we are so very sorry for your loss of your beautiful daughter and sister. We just found out today. She will truly be missed. Our sincere condolences and prayers are extended. We love you!

 

Sheila Mullins posted on 12/6/20

Terry, I know there are no words that I could say to make things better for you and the kids. I’m so sorry for your loss. Will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Sheila Mullins

 

Linda Gabbard posted on 12/6/20

Glen & Betty were my neighbors & good friends for many years. We enjoyed many happy times together. He will be missed. Glen was an amazing man & always there to help.

 

Ashley Shelby Benites posted on 12/6/20

I remember Aunt Sally as a beacon of love, kindness, humor, and patience. She had to have an endless reserve of patience to deal with Bob and Don! I always loved her wry smile, always "the look" when my dad something that stretched the truth. Dad has been saying often these last two days that he was "Sally's first baby," having been born eleven years after her. We've enjoyed looking at photos of the two of them. This is an unbearable loss, particularly at a time when we can't gather together in person. My heart goes out to my cousins, their loved ones, and the entire Harty and Shelby families.

 

Sandy Langston posted on 12/5/20

Glen was my brother in law for many years...when my husband died ....Glen and my sister in law Betty helped me through a lot. He will be so sadly missed.

 

Tracy and Jeff Clinger posted on 12/5/20

I am without words as we mourn the loss of Aimee. My prayers are with the children and Terry and extended family during this time. May you feel God’s presence and love as you mourn and celebrate Aimee!

 

Carol Watkins posted on 12/5/20

I am so sorry to learn of Betty's passing. I, and my famliy, did get to know her when we were volunteering at Minnetrista- she was such an assist there. We did enjoy her contact and what she did. Carol Watkins

 

James Van Alst posted on 12/5/20

Condolences to the Elmer Dalton family and friends. Elmer was my foreman at Westinghouse for several years.

 

Clint and Beth Staggs posted on 12/5/20

We first met Mike when we were neighbors in the Skyway neighborhood many years ago. He was alway available if one needed help or for friendly conversation. We eventually moved and did not see Mike much but whenever our paths crossed he never failed to ask us how we were doing. He was interested in what you had to say. He was personable, polite, down to earth but especially humble. As one of the nurses who took care of him i was always glad to see him and he did my heart good. He never complained and lived life with grace no matter the obstacle. . He would catch me up on the old neighborhood. I will always think of him with a ready smile and as such a kind man. We are sorry sorry for your loss.

 

 

Tony Ong posted on 12/5/20

Prayers for all of her family and friends.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 12/5/20

Randy, Brenda and Family, I'm sorry for the loss of your mother and loved one. She was a special lady and will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Betty

 

Carol Watkins posted on 12/5/20

Jim, I was so very sorry to learn of the loss of Cathy- most of all sympathy to you and all her family.' as well as everyone who did work with and know her-- a huge loss. Prayersfor you and faimily, Carol

 

Jim and Pat Langston posted on 12/5/20

Glen was a thoughtful kind man. The greatest brother in law. Always ready to lend a helping hand. He will be missed so much by all his family and friends

 

Donna Cooper posted on 12/5/20

Betty, I'm so sorry to hear of Glen's death. You both have always been a nice neighbor to me, just two doors down. Try to remember all the love and good times, I'm sure you two had together. My prayers go out to you and your family. Sincerely, Donna Cooper

 

Barbara Dinius posted on 12/5/20

So very saddened to learn of Glen's death. He was my last uncle. I have wonderful memories of him from childhood to adulthood. My prayers for the family. May you find peace and comfort.

 

Janice Bird posted on 12/5/20

Betty, it has been my pleasure to get to recently know you and Glen. When I was moving in last year, he was the first neighbor to arrive and welcome me and my dog. He was such a kind and helpful man and I know he had to be a good husband, I watched the two of you outside working on your flowers all the time, one day he even trimmed my Lilac bush and it was perfect. You were blessed with Glen as your mate.

 

 

Angie Wilson posted on 12/5/20

So deeply sorry for your loss praying for you and family

 

Steve Carr posted on 12/5/20

Kevin, Kim and Karen, Very sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. She was a special lady. Many fond memories of her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Steve Carr

 

 

Misty Hatton posted on 12/5/20

I'm in such shock man Jess sis you are gone way too soon you didnt get to live your full life. You were always there by my side protecting me like you were my big sister even though I'm way older. I miss you so much I wish I could be there to give you a hug at your funeral but I know you'll be watching over me all the time now. Love you Jess fly high baby girl you will be dearly missed.

 

Douglas Boys posted on 12/5/20

So very sorry to hear of Mr. Miller passing. Condolences to Lee and the entire Miller family.

 

 

Kim Winningham Shockley posted on 12/4/20

Scott,I'm So Sorry for the Loss of Your Beautiful Daughter.May you find Comfort in remembering all the Happy Times You Two Shared.Her Smile will Live Forever❤

 

Loretta Bricker posted on 12/4/20

Randy, So sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Jane Clark Glass posted on 12/4/20

Dear Brenda and Randy, I am sorry for the loss of your beautiful mother. I remember when you lived south of my parents and I babysat for the two of you.

 

Stacy Neal posted on 12/3/20

Oh my sweet niece Jessica,you were taken from us too soon,We never had a chance to be Aunt and niece,but you knew I loved you,we talked often on fb,Your Smile was a beautiful as you,and your Spirit will always live with us.You will NEVER be forgotten,and I will cherish our talks for ever.Our world will never be the same without you in it,I know you are Smiling down on all of us now and ypu are finally at peace.I will love you for ever,,Aunt Stacy..tell gpa and dinky hello from me ,, Gma wanted to say that even though you were a pistol,you were an amazingly beautiful lady,and she will always be thinking of you.

 

Beth Clark posted on 12/3/20

Brenda Kay, so sorry for your loss, will be praying for you and your family

 

 

Jennifer Berty posted on 12/3/20

Rest in God's love Aimee.

 

Melody Rowlett posted on 12/3/20

Oh so sorry for your families loss! This is terribly sad. I worked with Aimee at Seradyn

 

Pamella Austin posted on 12/3/20

This is Terry's wife Pam thank you for the kind words about him . He always had some great stories to tell about his customers he loved you all .

 

Cheryl Taylor posted on 12/3/20

Sorry for your loss.

 

Carol Louis Lowe posted on 12/3/20

Bruce, sorry for your loss!

 

Desiree Bartle posted on 12/3/20

Oh beautiful girl you will be missed..My heart breaks for your family and the future you could've had. I know you're at peace now and no longer battling the same demons I myself had to fight so hard to get my life back. You guys are in my prayers

 

 

John Keihn posted on 12/2/20

So sorry Scott , prays to you and the family. Just heart breaking.

 

Debbie Bear posted on 12/2/20

So sorry to hear of Betty's passing. Your family will be in my thoughts.

 

 

Rob Bailey posted on 12/2/20

R.I.P. Aimee

 

Michelle Maxwell posted on 12/2/20

Terryl, Nathaniel, William, Ella and Maddie, I am so sorry for your loss. Aimee was a good person. She will always be with you.

 

Shirley Bilby McFee posted on 12/2/20

Betty and Jr. purchased my mother's home in Yorktown after her death in 2982. I was much impressed w/ their graciousness, sincerity, and hope they enjoyed their life on Vine St. My condolences to the family on your loss.

 

Toni & Terry Fauquher posted on 12/2/20

To Brenda & Randy. Please accept our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mom. She was always a great friend. Her smile always displayed her inner spirit and her eyes twinkled with the thought that was on her mind. She and Junior were a great match. I know they are together holding hands and talking about the grandkids. You can be proud, your Mom was one of the good ones. She will never be forgotten. Love Toni & Terry

 

Linden C Dampier posted on 12/2/20

Sorry for your loss Jim I went to school with Kathy. She was a kind and beautiful person I am sure she will be missed by her family.

 

Bruce Bailey posted on 12/2/20

Ryan and Family, I am sorry for the loss of your Mother. You have my sympathy and prayers.

 

Manatee High Alumni Association posted on 12/2/20

Our sincere condolences to family and friends of our Manatee High School Class of 1967 Alumna Manatee High School Alumni Association Bradenton, FL

 

Doug Bakken posted on 12/2/20

Our prayers for the family and praise for the blessings she brought to all of us in the community. Well done servant!

 

 

Daniel Myers posted on 12/2/20

So sad. Rest In Heaven Jess. You will be missed. Memories go all the way back to the 6th grade. You were always the 1st one to help a friend or the 1st to listen to someone vent. You were a great friend and always looked at like a little sister. I love ya sis. See ya on the other side. Watch over all of us. Love Bub

 

Lyla Spath posted on 12/2/20

Betty had a beautiful soul. She always smiled. Her sweet gentleness will be missed by many.

 

John Lozar posted on 12/2/20

So sorry for your loss. She was an involved woman. From what I read, she would have been a good foundation member.

 

 

Linda and John Keihn posted on 12/2/20

So sorry for your loss We will be keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers

 

Steve Slavin posted on 12/2/20

Jim -- I'm so sorry for your loss. She was such a wonderful person. Working with her was a lot fun. She always had great interior design ideas, and was so upbeat even when she was having tough days. She'll be missed. She loved you dearly. My deepest condolences. -- Steve Slavin

 

Steve Slavin posted on 12/2/20

Mr. Hirons was always one of my favorite teachers at Mitchell. He will be missed. I remember all the times he loved to take us on field trips to the New Castle Park. Those were a lot fun and he always loved to try to beat me on the tennis court. I think I drove him a bit nuts! lol. (By the way I became a USPTA Tennis Pro after college). Years and years after, he was always so welcoming to me. My deepest condolences! -- Steve Slavin, Mitchell Mustang. Muncie.

 

Jim & Linda Needham posted on 12/2/20

Jim, So sorry to hear of Cathy's passing. She was a wonderful friend and colleague, generous with her gifts and her time, and someone I have always admired. She will surely be missed. God bless you and your family and grant you His peace. We all have wonderful memories of the many roles she took on and expertly delivered. She was such a pleasure to work with. It is fascinating to see all the things she was involved in and the leadeship she gave to the community and to WIPB so generously. Thank you for staying in this community when you both could have been successful anywhere. We will miss seeing her and know she is at peace. Jim & Linda

 

Jim Needham posted on 12/2/20

MIke taught our daughter, Kirsten Slavin and our sons Steve and Brian Slavin, so we knew Mike a long time. We are sorry for your loss, and remember him fondly. God is with you in this time of your grief. We loved him, and our kids loved him. God bless you. Jim

 

 

DeMichieli Family posted on 12/1/20

So sorry for your loss Prayers for your family.

 

Jill Christman posted on 12/1/20

My deepest sympathies to Craig's family. Craig was one of the kindest people I knew. Seeing and speaking with Craig always made my day brighter and better. I will miss him.

 

 

Tamara Wilt posted on 12/1/20

My condolences

 

jeff jackson posted on 12/1/20

Mike was a great neighbor Dad, I still remembering going to his house and asking Carol if Mike can come out and play. A lot of street football played on Maplewood.

 

Diana Blair posted on 12/1/20

Albert was such a sweet blessing. I was so happy when I met him at church that he worked with my Dad. I have Albert's name in my bible where I was under his preaching. Dean we love you and are praying for you and your family. Albert will be missed greatly.

 

TIM HUMMEL posted on 12/1/20

Condolences from the Hummel family, to our great former neighbors on Sacramento Dr. in Muncie.

 

 

Tina (Burden) Winningham posted on 12/1/20

My condolences to Jessica's family. Love, prayers and peace for all. ✝️

 

Joyce/Keith Carmichael posted on 12/1/20

Jim and family, Keith and I send our most sincere sympathy on the your loss of Cathy. What a gal! Such a “doer” in such a pleasant and fun way! Thinking of you all.

 

Joyce carmichael posted on 12/1/20

Mike was always so friendly. I knew him thorough Adult Education of the Muncie Schools. My condolences to the family.

 

 

Crystal Young posted on 12/1/20

You all have our deepest condolences and prayers. Lisa, will be greatly missed. May you all find comfort in the Lord during this difficult time. Matt. 5:4 Love, Crystal Young & family

 

 

Crystal Poore posted on 12/1/20

RIP Jess.. u will be missed beautiful angel

 

Jay Williams posted on 11/30/20

Jim and family, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss, Cathy was such a positive light for everyone and for all of us that were able to share her with you, we are so grateful. I enjoyed my time working with Cathy at WLBC and just remember what a wonderful, funny, talented and kind soul she always was. I know my mom and dad felt the same about the both of you as well. The world will not be the same with out her, but I am thankful for the many great memories. May God provide you and your family with strength Jim and again, I am just so sorry for your loss, heaven gained an angel with Cathy for sure.

 

 

Jillian Vance posted on 11/30/20

Sara was the most beautiful person I’ve ever known. Heaven has truly gained an angel. My sincere prayers and condolences go out to her family.

 

 

Leah Fletcher posted on 11/30/20

Sara was a beautiful Spirit. She made going to work at a job I didn't like,so much fun. Her make up tips always made me look better and smile. So many people will miss you Sara but we will NEVER FORGET YOU.

 

Dana Shell posted on 11/30/20

Jessica was a beautiful young lady, taken to soon. Sending prayers to family.

 

 

Doris Smith posted on 11/30/20

II Timothy 4:7 She kept the faith. My condolences and love to the family. Aunt Doris Smith

 

 

Lauren Williams posted on 11/30/20

Craig always made me smile. Fellow gardeners with his wife Anne at the community garden. Hospitable and easy-going, generous very kind person.

 

Marlin B. Creasy posted on 11/30/20

I admired Mike and his commitment to his personal family and his school family. What a kind individual. It was an honor to work and to know Mr. Hirons

 

Marlin B. Creasy posted on 11/30/20

Mike was one of the finest individuals I have ever known. He was a great school administrator who loved his students and his school family. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Carol Billings Kirkman posted on 11/30/20

Jim, my heart goes out to you and your family. Cathy was a wonderful lady and will be missed by all. My deepest sympathy.

 

Donald Holderman posted on 11/30/20

I enjoyed good times working with Mike in the Recreation Department and at Central. We had good times and many laughs.

 

Emily and Woody Sears posted on 11/30/20

We have lost a great man and a very dear friend. For the last 55+ years by sing to each other the first line of “What’s New Pussycat.” I will miss that. Living next door in the the Ball State Trailer Court was a great experience. Mike and Carol were great neighbors. His years as principal at Mitchell Elementary were wonderful years for Emily, who was the school nurse. He was and always will be a great man. I know when I get to heaven I will hear someone say, “What’s new pussy cat, whoa, who, who. Mike will truly be missed.

 

Karen Swank posted on 11/30/20

Jim, My heart aches for you knowing how much Cathy means to you. She was a special person for sure and you both were very fortunate to find each other. May you find some peace in your memories. Love you, Karen

 

Judy Frizzell Falls posted on 11/29/20

My sincere condolences to you and your family Jerry. I will miss your brother a lot. Such a wonderful person. Love you my friend.

 

cindy (Gabbard} halstead posted on 11/29/20

I remember Mr Hirons first year as our recreation director, I was luckily enough to show him how the hula-hoop events were suppose to be done since I was city champ until i aged out. He was liked by all of us kids, sorry to read about his passing, the family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Vicki Schaaf Bicket posted on 11/29/20

I worked as a teller at his bank before Cathy went on to such fame in the media. I'm sorry I missed that when I left Muncie. What I remember was that Cathy actually sewed some of Jim's suits and they were amazing. I am convinced that Cathy would have succeeded at anything she tried, but her greatest love and success was in her happy family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Debbie & Ron Richcreek posted on 11/29/20

Our sincere condolences to Anne and to Craig's family. We were very saddened to learn of Craig's passing. He had a great sense of humor and fun demeanor which is what we will remember most about Craig.

 

John William Irwin posted on 11/29/20

Cathy was a true talent and a beautiful person. She is now with the Lord. Blessings to Jim and family. John Irwin/Santa Fe/former member of the WERK KREW, and WLBC families.

 

 

Kendra Grover McCaffrey posted on 11/29/20

Mr. Hirons was one of the best teachers I have ever had at Garfield. He was a good man with a wonderful spirit! I am so sorry for your loss, your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

John Kelly posted on 11/29/20

I want to send my condolences to Mike's family. I student taught with Mike in 1977. He was an excellent mentor and role model. We reconnected when I was principal at Eaton Elementary. Our relationship then moved into friendship. Mike touched many lives professionally and personally. He will be missed! John Kelly

 

Bruce Munson posted on 11/29/20

I am saddened by the news of Cathy's passing. She certainly left a positive mark on not only her community but our world. Jim, her entire family and legion of friends are in my prayers.

 

Bill Fisher posted on 11/29/20

A wonderful lady whose perseverance was profound.

 

Polly Orrick posted on 11/29/20

Carol, Brian, and Cindy, I am saddened to hear of Mike's passing. We grew up living right around the corner from each other and later connected through Muncie schools as elementary physical education teachers. When Mike became principal at Mitchell, he set the tone of togetherness and positivity for the building. He was a great role model for the kids and loved his connection to all members of his staff. I will always remember the rivalry and the "tricks" played with the IU vs Purdue thing. He was a good friend, great educator, and much loved by all who worked with him.

 

Rick Gates posted on 11/29/20

Mike will be missed so much..He was a gentleman who always made you laugh ( Rusty Gates) My thoughts and prayers to the family

 

Craig & Diana Johnson posted on 11/29/20

Cindy, Jerry and family, we are so sorry for Mikes passing. Craig has know Mike for a long time. I knew Mike because our daughter had him as a teacher at Mitchell, and her son had him as a principal. And they both loved him. He was a super guy, no one like him. Sending prayers to you and the family.

 

Brenda Cribbs posted on 11/29/20

A GREAT man that will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

Linda Brown posted on 11/29/20

Jim, I'm so sorry to hear of Cathy's passing. She was an amazing woman. What a list of accomplishments! I hope you and your family find comfort in that.

 

Steve and Eleanor Selby posted on 11/29/20

Sending thoughts and prayers to Jim and all the family. You have made many wonderful contributions to the Muncie community and you should all be proud that you helped make this a better place. God Bless.

 

Randy Robinson posted on 11/29/20

We are so sorry to hear about Cathy's passing. I'll have many fond memories of working with Cathy at WLBC and what a wonderful on air partner she was. Our condolences to the family and we wish God's blessings on all.

 

Janet Boyer posted on 11/29/20

Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss. Someone so special can never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Stephen & Trena Knott posted on 11/29/20

Jim, so very sorry to read of Cathy's passing. I have only fond memories of you both. My most sincere condolences.

 

Mike White posted on 11/29/20

Our deepest condolences. Dr. Robertson was a huge influence during the early seventies in creating Aquarius House. Her strong character and professionalism made a difference in a lot of young peoples lives. Her legacy lives on today in those individuals .

 

Carla Bachali posted on 11/29/20

I am sorry for your loss. Great Uncle Albert was always a nice and happy man. Prayers for everyone.

 

Carl (Cubby) Clark and Family posted on 11/29/20

We send our condolences and deep sympathy for your loss. Sorry we cannot be there, but you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Elder Tom & Sister Debbie Hamblin posted on 11/28/20

Sister Dean, we are sad to hear of Brother Albert's passing and we are praying for you and the children. We will miss him very, very much. But we know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord, and we will all be together again when we meet in the air ever to be with the Lord. We love you and may the Lord cover you with the shadow of his wings.

 

Trish posted on 11/28/20

My heart goes out to you.

 

 

Kim Moran posted on 11/28/20

Thinking of your family at this very difficult time. God Bless.

 

Kendra Grover McCaffrey posted on 11/28/20

I had Mr. Hirons at Garfield Elementary School, he was such a great man and when I was visiting back in Muncie, I would run into him from time to time and he would always say hello and we would chat a few minutes. I am so sorry for your loss, you all are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Kendra Grover McCaffrey

 

Rob Franz posted on 11/28/20

I want to express my deepest sympathy and prayers to Carol, Brian, Cindy and all the family. Mike was a special person and was a special person in my life growing up At Walnut Street Baptist and Shawnee Heights. I will always rambler us doing our WC Fields impersonations when ever we ran into each other. Mike always had a smile on his face. I know he is now with his mother and rejoicing with God.

 

Margie Elrod posted on 11/28/20

Mike was an excellent principal. I always looked forward to subbing at Mitchell when he was there. He had an great sense of humor which made him enjoyable to spend time with. He will be missed.

 

 

Beau Combs posted on 11/28/20

I love you brother. I can’t wait to see you again.... you’ll live here through your memories with us. Rest In Peace bub.

 

Sharon Spoerner posted on 11/28/20

Mr. Hirons always had such a wonderful smile. Somehow he was always able to remember everyone's name! He will be greatly missed.

 

Faye Theoharous posted on 11/28/20

My deepest sympathy in your loss! You are in my thoughts and prayers.!

 

Dale Warren posted on 11/28/20

I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. He was baptized into Christ in 1982 While serving as a Missile Technician on The Titan II ICBM at Little Rock AFB, AR. He was a good friend and Brother in Christ. He and Lisa were a part of our inner circle of friends who always met after church at our house to play bible trivia and enjoy each others company. Lisa, I am so sorry! However, I am Happy that he is in the arms of Jesus! I will never forget you two!

 

Mary Short posted on 11/27/20

Linda...don't know if you remember me but I was your kindergarten teacher. I first met your mother at Ball State....we were in classes together. I had forgotten that you were in Scott's class at Snider....we both extend our condolences.

 

Mark Kreps posted on 11/27/20

I used to take Martha to church in her later years, while she lived in Muncie. Martha was always a delight to be around. Martha was always concerned about her family, who I got to know better through her. Martha used to can, and sparked by wife's interest in canning. Martha was a fine seamstress and donated material to my wife and my sister in law when she decided to retire from that past time. Martha made pies and loved to donate them for others at fellowship meals at the church.

 

Diane Benson posted on 11/26/20

I want to express my deep sadness in hearing of Paul's death. I was married to Paul's uncle Jim for many years and my two boys, Chris and Patrick spent their early childhood growing up with Paul, Terri, Susan and Kim, having fun at Grandma Hytinen's cottage every summer. We have our memories, so sweet.

 

Tina Mujica posted on 11/26/20

Prayers for Your Family at this time! I am a classmate of kitty, Penney and their Brother at Brown County High School.

 

Myra jones posted on 11/26/20

To the Lyon Family, My sincere condolences to the family

 

Hailey Ray posted on 11/25/20

I am praying for each of you as you deal with this loss. I really enjoyed spending time with your family and Paul growing up and I have so many beautiful memories! Love you!

 

Kay Dohner posted on 11/25/20

Bob. I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Linda and I worked together at Burlington Motor Carriers and became close friends. She was a lovely lady and she will be missed by all those who knew her.

 

Michael Haviland posted on 11/25/20

Melody, so very sorry to learn of your moms passing. She was always such a pleasant woman to be around. I always appreciated the support she extended to me when I was preaching at Bethel. She has gone on to her reward.

 

Feliscia A. Penn posted on 11/25/20

Lisa dear, you will be missed! Rest easy, sweet cousin!

 

 

Kristen Graves posted on 11/25/20

Rest well dear cousin ❤️. My prayers and love to Rosemary Lyons & Abigail Lyons.

 

 

Bernisa posted on 11/25/20

Prayers and condolences to the family. Lisa was a sweet individual and her smile was contagious.

 

 

Dianna Wills posted on 11/25/20

Just a beautiful person...RIP

 

Vivienne Reid-Modise posted on 11/25/20

Lucy was an amazing lady, and I feel privileged to have known her. She touched many lives and blessed us with her love, music and generosity. I will deeply miss her. May she rest in eternal peace

 

Marketa M Bumpus posted on 11/25/20

The Bumpus Family Send Our Condolences', We Will Keep Your Family Up in Our Prayers.

 

Abigail Lyons posted on 11/25/20

Lisa I’m so glad you took you rest. I will take care of Mama and hold it down. Love you always Sis ♥️ #Imofficallymissingyou

 

Ken Briner posted on 11/25/20

Hi Chip, I was so sorry to see that your dad passed away. I am sure you have been told this many times, that your dad was such a kind man. It’s easy to see that you are your father’s son. We liked your dad very much, as we do you and Verna. We know that your dad is at home with the Lord and we can rejoice in that, but know you will miss him. You are in our prayers. Ken & Peggy Briner

 

Gerl Dean Sharp posted on 11/24/20

Our prayer are with you at this time.

 

McKensie Sorrell posted on 11/24/20

I am so sad to hear of Dorothy's passing. I met her through delivering Meals on Wheels and she became my favorite spot to stop. She was absolutely darling and I loved to hear her stories of how she used to work in the yard and all the things she used to do and take pride in. She was absolutely precious! My delivery routes will never be the same. Blessings to your family.

 

Luann Koons posted on 11/24/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of great loss. You will always find him in your heart.

 

Karen Bartling posted on 11/24/20

I was a member of the Gethsemane UMC choir and also became a music director. I remember her high energy and her family being a part of our music which must have been a delight to her. My condolences to the family.

 

Joseph McKinney posted on 11/24/20

I read the obituary in Sunday’s newspaper. I was one of those loyal customers at the Shell station who was close to Terry. Whenever I stopped at Shell I hoped Terry was working. He had a terrific sense of humor. He was a keen observer of life. We always, and I mean always had an exchange at the counter that ended with a laugh. Terry was very intelligent . He was a student of the human condition. It was also clear that he loved his wife and family. I’m 67 now and retired from Ball State 18 months ago after 28 years as a professor. Terry was one of my favorite people that I met in Muncie. I’m grateful for knowing him. Terry is in a better place now , laughing at my use of that phrase, and not working a “double”! Joseph McKinney , Naples, Florida.

 

Scott Popplewell, Ph.D. posted on 11/24/20

I was fortunate to have Mrs. Buck for all of my music classes at Yorktown Middle School and Yorktown High School (early/mid 70s). She always had high expectations of her students, and that helped make us succesful in all we did in performances. I was also able to be her assistant for a couple of years and grew to respect her even more. She was an inspiration. I will always remember what she had written on all choir and musical production programs: "In giving, we receive." Those words speak volumes. May you rest in peace, Mrs. Buck.

 

Carla Ransom posted on 11/23/20

Dear Jennifer, Josh, Sarah, and Oakley, I just want you to know that I am praying for you. I was so honored to meet Todd. I just loved the way he lit up whenever he would see Oakley. Please know that I am praying for you all. I am confident that God will give you everything that you need to endure what seems to be an impossible time. I love you all!! Carla Ransom

 

Dan and Norma Lambert posted on 11/23/20

I got to know Dick on a Mexico trip. We put up a photo of Regina in the chapel. Larry Schuerman, Dick, and I persevered through red tape but we were determined to get it done. Dick was excited to have his dear wife’s photo there. I grew to really appreciate Dick on that trip. I will miss seeing him at church. I loved his smile. Dan

 

janet stratton posted on 11/22/20

Please accept our deepest condolences in your loss of Howard. He certainly led a long and interesting life. Janet and Bob Stratton

 

Phoebe Wantz posted on 11/22/20

I was so sorry to read this on Facebook. We have been friends for a very long time. I think we met when Judy and I attended one of my Dad’s World Book Training Classes together. Judy and I spent many hours and years together at Muncie Civic. Howard will truly be missed and I cannot image him not at Judy’s side. My deepest condolences, my friend.

 

Michelle & Matt Stephenson posted on 11/22/20

Paul was an extraordinary man. I loved our many conversations when him & Bernice volunteered at the Alumni Center. He had a wonderful sense of humor and he was always pleasant to be around. He was incredibly proud of his family and loved them dearly. God bless your family. Paul was a tremendous human being with a beautiful heart. I’m sure he & Bernice are forever lovingly in heaven watching over their family.

 

Barb Jay Wilmoth posted on 11/22/20

Miss Lucille, what a "spitfire"(Mom's word to describe her!) was quite an awesome lady! She & Mom, Virginia Jay, went to Ball State together and were good friends. Her love for her family, for music, and her love for GOD. Her sweet gentle spirit helped direct many a students in their love for singing. I can imagine that she is directing one of GOD's choirs! Her reunion with Stan will be a glorious one. I say thank you to her gentle and quiet spirit that spoke volumes with her hand directing choirs.

 

Jo Ann Cosgrove posted on 11/22/20

What a sad loss of such a wonderful man. His smile lit up the room. Our family loved knowing him and are so so sorry for the Jagger family loss. Hugs and love to each of you.

 

Nancy Young-McGunegill posted on 11/22/20

Dear Jennifer and Family, My words of condolence hardly seem adequate right now. I am so very sorry to hear of Todd's sudden passing. Please know that you are loved and will be in my constant prayers.

 

Nadia Paquette posted on 11/21/20

Janet and family, I was so saddened to hear about Lanny’s passing. I am grateful for the time I spent getting to know both of you. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey even if it was for a short time. Love and prayers, Nadia Hosanna Home Helpers

 

 

Charles Nash posted on 11/21/20

I have many fond memories of “Uncle Dick” over the years. My sympathy to his whole family and many friends as he will be greatly missed.

 

Carl(Sandy) H. Ruopp posted on 11/21/20

I am very saddened to hear cousin Dick has passed away. Since I was a bit younger than him, in my youth I referred to him as Uncle Dick. Lol He was a great man and I know the family and his friends will truly miss him

 

Pat Storm posted on 11/21/20

Lucille Buck enriched so many lives. When I was a sophomore at Highland High School she began Highland Singers (mixed music group), Treble Tones (girls music group) and Music Men (boys music group). I was in the original Highland Singers group. She had us preforming not only at Highland but at others schools and locations. She even had us working with the Ball State University Singers. I was also in the concert choir and still remember the first song we ever sang, “O Lord, Our Lord.” Precious lady who leaves a wonderful legacy!

 

Michael Pierce posted on 11/21/20

To Jeff and Mark and their families: your mom was one of my favorite teachers at Highland, but more so a continued friend for the last 50 years. Our visits through the years in person and online were always upbeat and inspiring. My wife and children also loved her. I well remember her bringing you and Stan to our high school musical practices. My sincerest condolences to you all. I'll certainly miss her, too.

 

Lani Wilson posted on 11/21/20

I am soooo sad to learn about Dick’s passing. Hw was one of my favorite people to know. He always greeted me with a smile and a hug. He will be greatly missed. I am proud to have known him. May he rest in heavenly peace. Lani

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 11/21/20

Prayers and Sympathy on the loss of Beth your loved one. R.I.P. Beth

 

Jenny (Vlaskamp) Leach posted on 11/21/20

Marlaine and I have been good friends since 7th grade at McKinley Jr Hi. We have been on the CHS class reunion committee for 50 years. During that time we have had many great conversations, laughs, and even a few tears. I will hold all of these thoughts of Marlaine in my heart. I will miss her!!!!!

 

Al Minnick RPh posted on 11/20/20

Good Bye old friend-I would bet that You,Don,LeRoy,Fish and John are all ready in a game.

 

 

Carol Oxley Merrill posted on 11/20/20

My dear Aunt, you were such a lady. Thank you for being you. You were such a sweet lady Love your niece, Carol Oxley Merrill

 

Donald Robert Stetson posted on 11/20/20

Howard, was a friend, great neighbor and always there to help. Will miss our summer evening talks.

 

Becky Bland posted on 11/20/20

Oh Beth. This makes me so sad. I have so many fond memories of you and that infectious laugh that could be heard from miles away. You were always so dedicated to your children and their lives. A more fierce momma bear I have never known. My heart breaks for everyone. Evan and I send our love and our hearts will be with you all.

 

Debbra Bear posted on 11/20/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed working with Linda at Ball State.

 

Julie Absher posted on 11/20/20

Sherri, I am so sorry to hear about your brother. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Julie

 

Jim and Karen Vincent posted on 11/20/20

Marlaine was a friend and classmate. She always made us smile. She will be missed by all who knew her.

 

 

Brad Razor posted on 11/20/20

Worked with Marty for several years at Re/Max. She was my favorite co-worker! She made being in the office more fun. So sorry to read of her passing. May God bless her family.

 

Cindy & Steven Morgan posted on 11/20/20

Dear Carol, Amy & Ellen, Please know that Steven & I r so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Even though u know he isn’t hurting anymore, the pain in your heart is still there. May the coming days bring times of smiles & peaceful remembrances. May the Lord give u comfort.

 

Kenny and Mary Jo Shockley posted on 11/20/20

Dear Nancy and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Phil's passing. We are thinking of you and praying for God's blessings upon all of you. May he grant you peace, healing and comfort during this sad time.

 

 

Char & Cecil posted on 11/20/20

We are so sorry for you loss Ann. May your mom rest in peace and you always cherish the wonderful memories . We love you.

 

 

Theresa Robinson (Loshe's MamaT) posted on 11/19/20

My deepest sympathy to Mike, Samantha, Zach , Addi and rest of Beth's family and friends. May God give you all strength and comfort you.

 

Melissa Collins Kiger posted on 11/19/20

I’m so sad hearing this...I graduated with Beth at Muncie Central and knew her from 6th grade to 12th. She was such a bright light to be around and was always smiling . Praying for all of her children and loved ones ❤️

 

Carol Scanameo and family posted on 11/19/20

My deepest sympathy to Miss Hoffman's family. My daughter Laura was a student at Montessori School and that is where we met Miss Hoffman and Addison. I had seen Miss Hoffman at Catalina pool last year and she quickly remembered me and my family. She had not changed one bit. So beautiful, sweet and kind. I am sorry to hear of her passing and extend to her family my heartfelt sympathy. I will keep your family in my prayers.

 

Marla Miller posted on 11/19/20

Dear Steve, Lori and Derrick, I am so sorry to hear about Linda's passing. She was a lovely lady, and she was like a bonus mom to me growing up. I really enjoyed all the weekends, dinners and camping outings I spent with your family. Linda truly was a Southern Belle who loved to cook and entertain. We're sending love and light and our deepest sympathy. Marla and Helen

 

Bill Harmon posted on 11/19/20

Mrs. Oxley was one great lady, I will miss being able to talk to her and seeing her smiling face.

 

Linda Swartz posted on 11/19/20

Linda was a very dear lady and I enjoyed working with her at BSU. God Bless each of you and may He wrap his loving arms around and you give you the comfort you need during this time of sorrow and in the days to come.

 

Gary Vincent posted on 11/19/20

Rest In Peace

 

Tim Rees posted on 11/19/20

Steve, Joann and family. Sorry for your loss. We just lost our mother earlier in the year and feel blessed to have had her this long as I’m sure you do.

 

Steve and Gail Dunbar posted on 11/19/20

Sorry for your loss. I remember how nice Linda was at Dave and Jo’el’s wedding.

 

 

Annette Lapradd posted on 11/19/20

Beth was a great person with a huge heart !! Lots of love to the Morrison family During this difficult time ❤️

 

Myron and Nancy Dickerson posted on 11/18/20

Jeff and family, Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for all of you

 

Jose and Suellyn Vazquez posted on 11/18/20

We send our condolences to Bob Owens family. His love will always be with each of you.

 

Roger Roudebush State Farm posted on 11/18/20

From all of us at Roger Roudebush State Farm in Anderson Indiana. Todd will be very missed. He was always a huge help to our office and very friendly.

 

Suzanne Tucker posted on 11/18/20

Sending my heartfelt condolences to you Carol and the family on the passing of Bob. He was affectionately known as Bob the Builder at our house. Hugs and prayers to you all!

 

Jean C. O'Brien posted on 11/18/20

Oh my gosh. I am so very sorry for this terrible loss to all of you. He was a really cool man who helped me through my seminary "call" at the Yorktown Church. I think of him often, and know that he is at peace. Blessings and love to you all.

 

Kim Dube posted on 11/17/20

I’m so sorry for your loss Bev & Jeff. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers

 

 

Joan Owens posted on 11/17/20

I went to school with Todd. I thought he was in my class, but I may have been off by one year. I do remember having at least one class with him and he was a memorable pleasure to be around. He will be missed. I would like to offer my sympathy to his family and friends. I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Kim Linn posted on 11/17/20

Carol, I am so sorry for your loss, he was a good man, who loved the Lord! Prayers for you and your family.

 

 

The Dubé Family posted on 11/17/20

Our prayers are with you. Our most sincere condolences to all of you from the bottom of our hearts.

 

Judy Bradbury posted on 11/17/20

Dear Nancy, My sincere sympathies to you and your family for the loss of your dear sweet mother. These past months must have been very difficult, as she was so affectionate. She and Judy always waved and sometimes stopped by the front desk for goodnight kisses on the way back to her room! May your memories help you through this part of life. She was a treasure!

 

Terry Hale posted on 11/17/20

Carol and family. I just wanted to say that I am sorry for your loss and will be praying for all of you.

 

Carol Richardson posted on 11/17/20

Carol. I am so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. My prayers are with you and your entire family. Love to you.

 

Staci Bemis posted on 11/17/20

Carol, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I know how strong your love was. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love ya!

 

Lonnie Phillips posted on 11/17/20

I am very sorry for you loss. May God bless you and and comfort you during tis time.

 

Karen S Morgan (Harke) posted on 11/17/20

Carol Ann, I was so sorry to see this in the paper this morning. I lost a dear friend with this terrible disease and it is just so difficult. Sending hugs and prayers.

 

Linda Swartz (aka: Linda Swartz Ritchie) posted on 11/17/20

I am sad to hear of the passing of Bob. He was a wonderful man full of God's grace. God bless all of his family during this time of sorrow and the days to come.

 

Donald Walsh posted on 11/17/20

We love you to the moon and back Save a spot up there for the dogs and I.

 

ELAINE BADER posted on 11/17/20

I just want to say she was a wonderful MOM. A hard Worker, her whole life. I love her, and will miss her very much. I LOVE YOU MOM

 

 

Little Mary Perry posted on 11/16/20

Condolences to the family

 

Wanda (Redkey) Moore posted on 11/16/20

Doris Was so sorry to read about your brother. May God grant you peace and comfort at this time.

 

Paula Fike-Daum posted on 11/15/20

Nancy, my deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your mother. I have sweet memories of both of your parents during my years of delivering their newspaper. I remember fondly our time together also during our participation in Ball State's London Centre.

 

Beth Hahn posted on 11/15/20

I was saddened to hear about the loss of Della. My Mom was at Westminster Village for 9 years and I got to know Della for several of those when she moved into the same wing. I would push her to her room after lunch and she was always so warm and kind. She was so pleasant, a joy to get to know. My sympathies are with your family.

 

Lani Wilson posted on 11/15/20

I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your mother. I learned of it today. I always enjoyed visiting with Della whenever I would pass by her in the hall at Westminster. She was always smiling and. Welcoming. Also, I didn’t know that Rudy had passed away. You have good memories, I’m sure. Lani Bibler Wilson

 

Louise Eddington posted on 11/15/20

Della was in our older adult Sunday School class, brought by her dear friend Judy. She was such a bright light in our group, with warm smiles and hugs to everyone. Such a dear soul. We got to meet her daughter Nancy when she came to visit. Della will be missed but she leaves behind the love she shared with us.

 

Leah Richmond-Jones posted on 11/15/20

Nancy, sincere condolences for the passing of your sweet mother. Keeping you in my prayers.

 

Carol murphy posted on 11/15/20

China, you have been in my thoughts. May you find peace. Carol

 

Wanda Moore posted on 11/14/20

Doris - So sorry to read about your brother. Thinking of you and praying for peace and comfort. Wanda Moore

 

Janet Smith Holmes posted on 11/14/20

Nancy, So sorry to read about the passing of your mother. She was a good neighbor and friend to my parents- their paths crossed many times first on Euclid Dr then retirement years living across the street once again and then residents at Westminster. My sincere condolences to you; may peace be with you.

 

Debra Aikman posted on 11/13/20

So sad to hear about your loss. He was such a great neighbor. Always friendly and helpful. Such a great man!!

 

Kenneth Singleton posted on 11/13/20

My condolences to Terry and his family. You will be missed dearly. You had a great heart Im thankful for all the memories and small conversations we had when I was a student at BSU and I would visit the gas station often. You were always very friendly and treated me as if I was a brother. Love

 

Dr. Ron Ross posted on 11/13/20

Nancy and Rudy’s family, I want to express my condolence and love in hearing about your Mother’s death. I have been privileged for the past twenty years to speak at Vespers as well as lead devotions on Wednesday. Your Mom was always in attendance and would greet me with a kiss on the cheek. Needless to say, she was a blessing to me and I will miss seeing her!

 

Doug & Sandy Brown posted on 11/13/20

Dear Leslie and Family, Thank you for sharing Danny’s days with us. He has been remembered with our prayers, and memories of a very long friendship. We have missed talking with him, and the encouragement he always gave us. We deeply regret that, due to illness we will not be able to express our sympathies to you in person but, we will be there in our thoughts and prayers . With Deepest Sympathy, Doug & Sandy Brown

 

Shelli posted on 11/13/20

I worked with Terry at the old Lee's Inn for several years. Terry was one of the best " story tellers" ever. I can remember many stories he told me about his & Pam's adventures through life. He would have me in tears from laughing so hard. There was an incident at the hotel where my 17 yr old daughter also worked and a very bad guest. Terry immediately stepped into protector mode as if she was one of his own... ❤ He was a great guy to work with and he is gone way to soon and will be missed by many!!

 

Eric Evans posted on 11/12/20

Sorry to learn of Danny's passing. I have a lot of pleasant memories of times with Danny hunting with Larry Stonecipher and friends-as well as Ronnie! Great times!

 

Eva Norvell posted on 11/12/20

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Danny. He was a great guy and loved his family. It was heartbreaking when Pattie passed and I'm sure life was not the same without her. They are together again, no more sickness, pain or sorrow. They both will be missed dearly. I can remember the last time I talked to both of them and we expressed to each other how much we loved one another. I will always cherish their friendship. May God comfort the family today and in the days to come. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Beth Walker posted on 11/12/20

I'm heartbroken to hear of Danny's passing. He was such a good man. He built our big 3 bay garage and he was always so fun to talk to. I worked with his wife for a while and loved her too. They were true soul mates and are together again. My prayers go out to all the family and friends who are mourning. Beth Walker

 

Mike Bashore posted on 11/12/20

Time with aunt Wanda was like being in a sit com. I've never met anyone more fun. She will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Mason & Mindy Morton posted on 11/11/20

He will be sadly missed by friends Mindy & Mason Morton. He added a precious room for us, we are sitting back here reflecting now. We would run into Pat & Dan at flea markets and had fun chats. Enjoyed in Life and sorely missed...Love to their family.

 

1963 High School Classmates (Reunion Committee, Sally King Wetzel) posted on 11/11/20

We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of our friend, and 1963 Muncie Central/Southside classmate, Danny Lackey.  Fond memories are what we have to remember, Danny.  May the Lord bless and comfort his sons, daughter and extended family.

 

Janice Marsh posted on 11/11/20

The Muncie Central Class sends our special Thought and Prayers. May you find comfort and healing at this time of grief. Muncie Central/Muncie Southside Class Reunion Committee

 

Kam Lannom posted on 11/11/20

So Sorry for you loss. Danny and Patty for that matter were always some of my favorite patients to see come in at the doctor offices I have worked at. Thoughts and Prayers at this difficult time

 

Darrell & Diana Thornburg posted on 11/11/20

Todd & family - We were so sorry to learn of your dad's passing. We have so many fond memories of times spent together years ago. Our deepest sympathy.

 

Stephanie Ruddick posted on 11/10/20

I'm so very sorry for your loss!!!

 

Kathy Drane (cousin) posted on 11/10/20

You were a great cousin and I’ll miss you so much. Love ❤️

 

Teri Bashore posted on 11/10/20

No one embodied the “Fun Aunt” better than my Aunt Wanda. I was born with a tin ear and two left feet but that didn’t stop her from dragging me into some form of dancing and singing at any occasion. She inspired me to be the “Fun Aunt” with my nephews and niece. Though with less dancing. I will remember the holidays we spent together at Mawmaw and Pawpaw’s house. I really cherish the times we were together at Disney World. She made the Happiest Place in the World even happier. I will sure miss her. The earth lost a star, but the heavens gained one with her passing.

 

Jacqueline Bashore posted on 11/10/20

Wanda joined my family when I was 13 years old. She married my brother Bob. After that, because of her my life was filled with joy, love and happiness. It continued all through the years. I am 88 now and will miss that laughter, love and fun that was Wanda.

 

Connie and George Schad posted on 11/10/20

Alice and Judy, So saddened to learn of Ricks death. Our condolences to you both.

 

Todd Dawnita and Owen Smith posted on 11/10/20

Sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

 

Debbie BLACKFORD posted on 11/9/20

Roma, so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Penny posted on 11/9/20

I'm so sorry to hear about your mother. I pray that God will comfort you and ease your sorrow with those happy, fun memories. Love and prayers, Penny and Rick Lorrison

 

Mike Chalfant posted on 11/9/20

Sorry to hear of Ricks passing, played golf with him throughout many years and he was a great competitor and friend... Rest in Heaven Rick!!

 

Jean Drumm posted on 11/9/20

Patsy Donn was a wonderful person who did a lot for her friends and her community. I was honored to have worked with her.

 

Cindy Jeffrey posted on 11/9/20

So very sorry for your loss. Sending hugs and prayers to the family

 

William Evans posted on 11/9/20

To the family of Gary I am so saddened to hear of Gary's passing. He was a help to my late wife as she was interested in acquiring his help while at 9 Guns. I knew him from the club we both belonged to and he always showed himself friendly to all he came in contact with. Gary will be missed, such a kind and good person.

 

Dave Ammerman posted on 11/8/20

RIP RICK I know you knew our LORD and SAVIOR, JESUS CHRIST

 

Julie & Bob Fritz posted on 11/8/20

Our condolences to the Swartz family. Ben and Bob were colleagues at BSU. China was a student of mine at BSU. The World is diminished by Ben's departure.

 

Jolena Sutherland posted on 11/8/20

My deepest condolences to the Swartz family.

 

Rich Williams posted on 11/8/20

Rick was a great fellow ELKS member. I played golf with him many times over the years. He was also a great person and was well liked by all. He will be missed. My he RIP.

 

Ron Pence posted on 11/8/20

Steve Smith and Tim Smith: Sorry for your loss. Wish I could be there for you, but I'm now in quarantine. Nena tested positive, so I have to be off work. So sorry for your loss like I said. Thinking of you both!

 

Dale and Nina Lee posted on 11/8/20

Alice, We are so very sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed visiting with Rick

 

Rebecca (Becky) Greer posted on 11/7/20

I was so saddened to hear of the death of Aunt Rachel. I never had the opportunity to get to know her on a personal level, but was always impressed by her love of the Lord and her family. My Mother (Rachel's oldest sister) spoke highly of Aunt Rachel. I know she is greatly missed by her family and friends.

 

Kristi Ellis posted on 11/7/20

Kim, Glenna, Connie and families, I am so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. He was such a good man. He was “husband goals” for an office full of women at Cable. He loved your Mom and his family dearly. I know you weren’t ready to lose him but I know they are reunited and happy together. Sending love and prayers to all of you. -Kristi

 

Lindsey (Walker) Martin posted on 11/7/20

I'm heartbroken to not be able to be there to express my condolences in person. Lori was incredibly special and I'm blessed to have had her in my life for the time that she was. Prayers and hugs to Joyce, Julie, Jim, Andy and Jordan and the entire extended family as well as all of her friends she loved so much.

 

Nathaniel Chaudion posted on 11/7/20

Lori is a gift. She gave us all joy and sincere love. When my mother, brother and I had gone through a dark time that kept us away, it was Lori, at a family reunion, who was the first on her feet to hug us and say “welcome home!” Although this loss is profound, the memories are a precious treasure. We will see each other again.

 

Roger and Sharon Orebaugh posted on 11/7/20

Dear Jim, Andy, Jordan, Aunt Joyce and Julie, We were devastated to hear about Lori. This happened so fast. She definitely will be missed. Loved her humor and her laugh. Every time I saw something funny on Facebook, Roger would always say, "What did my ornery cousin Lori put on there now?" We will always smile when we think of Lori. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

John and Becky Louck posted on 11/7/20

Alice, so sorry to hear of Rick's passing. We were shocked. Sending our deepest condolences.

 

Travis Lasley posted on 11/7/20

Lori has a special place in my heart. A large part of my childhood was spent playing sports with Andy, Jordan playing in dirt piles off to the side, and Lori cheering us on loudly. As I grew older Lori became less of a parental figure and more of a friend. She truly cared for me as she did with so many other people. I loved her like a mother as Andy and Jordan are like brothers to me. I feel very lucky to have had her in my life. She raised two great boys into great men and I know she was very proud of that. She made a big impact on my life and will be missed greatly.

 

Jody Davis posted on 11/7/20

What a loss this is. Prayers to all of you. Lori was my best friend and my partner in crime we grew up together doing crazy things all of our lives. She will be missed. Andy and Jordan I Love you bless you. All the family Joyce and Julie Love you all. Jim I am so sorry for the loss, she was one of a kind. My Lori fly high baby girl........

 

Robert Shick posted on 11/7/20

Terry was one of a kind and will be missed. Terry liked a challenge, or at least I think he did, he repaired my trucks, cars, farmall tractor and my front end loader. It was an honor to have known Terry. I’m sure going to miss him.

 

Cindy Morgan posted on 11/7/20

Dear Alice & Judy, sending prayers for all of u. Rick & I were neighbors for our 12 yrs of school. Rode the same school bus, & had lockers close to each other. So glad we got to c him Mon the 13th at Sunshine. It was great to see him. I will always keep that AM in my mind. Luv to u all.

 

Nathaniel Chaudion posted on 11/7/20

Aunt Lori was a tremendous gift. A favorite memory of her was at a family reunion. My mother, brother and I had returned from Florida after a dark time. Lori jumped out of her chair and ran to us, wrapping us in a hug saying “I missed you!” She loves deeply and sincerely. Although her loss is profound, The time and memories she gave us are among the most precious we all cherish. We will see each other again.

 

Trudy posted on 11/6/20

My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. Lori was full of life and joy! Her sense of humor and her love for fun will always be the way I remember her. There was never a dull moment when she was around. Keep all the fun times in your heart.

 

 

Tina Love posted on 11/6/20

I had the privilege of working with Lori for so many years at Ball Hospital pharmacy. I loved her laugh, her sense of humor, and her big heart. I am so sorry for your loss- my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Marge Fields posted on 11/6/20

Dr. Gibson and Family, Truly sorry for your loss.

 

Michael McIntosh posted on 11/6/20

I first heard Lori and that laugh! as I toured the VA call center at the end of my interview in 2013. Eventually, I would be sitting on the opposite side of the cubicle wall from her. Here are just a few of the things I came to adore about Lori: There was always a story to tell. She was a hard worker. She was sassy, but never hurtful. There was always a laugh to be shared. She had a gracious heart that she shared easily with those around her. She drove her Corolla way too fast. She loved her family and friends furiously. She was a great cook that never met a stick of butter she didn't like. We all miss you Lori. Keep laughing!

 

Brian Privett posted on 11/6/20

I'm so sorry to the Harman family. Andy was my best friend growing up so I was fortunate to have been around Lori a lot in those days & I just Loved it. She could always make anyone feel comfortable & welcome. She always had the best sense of humor. I will miss Lori & cherish those memories. Bless the family & Lori in Heaven.

 

Gene and Linda Hankins posted on 11/6/20

Jim, we are so saddened to hear of Lori's passing. She was such a sweet,nice person. We only met her a few times, but she was the person you meet once and feel like you have known her for a lifetime. We pray that God will wrap His arms around all of you and give you peace. Jim, you will always hold a special place in our hearts.

 

Eric S Clevenger Jr posted on 11/6/20

This took a while to process. I had to take a few days to search (in vain) for the words to express her loss to the Wade family. And while no words can encapsulate her meaning to us, I needed to try and convey the honor of knowing this woman. Lori was my mom's (Jackie) cousin. I believe that made her technically my "first cousin, once removed." But to me, she was always "Aunt" Lori. She was the one who we always found first at the reunions! I will always remember standing there with Mom, Lori, and Aunt Faith listening to them catch up and getting the rundown of everything that we had missed. But being from Yorktown, she was even more than that. You couldn't spin round more than two times in town without running into her. She knew everyone, and most people knew her. She never met a stranger and would go out of her way to make someone's day just a bit better. She was sass and sunshine personified. Her smile was infectious and her laughter was undeniable. You couldn't be around her and not end up being happier. She was immensely proud of her boys, Andy and Jordan, and loved her husband, Jim, with all of her heart! She will be missed terribly, and we will all take the time to recover from such a sudden loss. She was the best of us. The heart of the Wade family. The light we all were drawn to. But, as in all things, she would look to the memories and joy and would remind us to celebrate her life and legacy with smiles. Her family surrounded her with faith and hope. So I would remind everyone that Lori, as she always has, just got to the reunion on the other side, and is waiting for us to get there, find her first, and she'll catch us up on everything we missed! We love you, Aunt Lori. And please everyone, keep the family in your hearts and minds as we find our way.

 

Jim Marine posted on 11/6/20

Family of Hester Mitchell; It was with regret that we learned of Hester’s passing. As members of the Ball State family, we were greatly blessed by our association with Hester. To say that she was the epitome of a caring person whom we should strive to emulate is no exaggeration! She will be well-remembered and greatly missed by literally thousands of faculty, staff and students. May Peace be with you. Jim and Judy Marine

 

Don Nicholas posted on 11/6/20

Dear Marilyn and extended family Patsy was a wonderful person! Her constant and support of her colleagues (I was one of those since 1983) and compassion for others was inspiration to many of us. Her leadership in so many positions (e.g. Ball Memorial Medical Associates) served as a model for me, and I suspect many others. I always enjoyed seeing her, in more recent years, exercising at the YMCA. May your memories of a loving and supportive relationship, for many years, be of comfort and solace.

 

Beth posted on 11/6/20

I was very sad to learn of Lori’s passing. My heart goes out to the entire family . I was in Loris class. We connected through FB. She had such a wonderful sense of humor. She will be missed! I will keep her family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kathy Brown posted on 11/6/20

I loved Lori's laughter, her ornryness and she was always so friendly too. When I found out what kind of humor she had, I would include her in the jokes that I would share on facebook. It was always a joy to see her at family gatherings. I will miss her a lot!

 

Phyllis Harmless posted on 11/5/20

You’re in my thoughts and prayers ! Lori was way to young ! Beautiful lady ❤️

 

Jenni (Orebaugh) Alderman posted on 11/5/20

Peace and love to all of my Harman family. This is such a huge loss, but Lori leaves so many fun and happy memories with all of us. Thinking of her, her laugh, that raspy voice, and her often dark humor will always make me smile. I love you all.

 

Connie Morris Fischer posted on 11/5/20

I remember Lori so very fondly. I worked many years with her at Ball Hospital and it was a joy to be around her. She was just so much fun! She cared about people and you could always talk to her. She loved her sons so much and enjoyed the company of everyone. I hadn’t seen her n a very long time but I know that I will miss her funny posts on Facebook and messages to me. I’m so very sorry for your terrible loss. I can’t imagine how sad all of you are.

 

Patsy Rhea Cunningham posted on 11/5/20

So many memories with Doug and Dennis. Love you all and praying for you.

 

Ben Fisher posted on 11/5/20

Lori made such a positive impact on my childhood. She was definitely the closest thing to having a "second mother." I want Andy and Jordan to know that I'm thinking about them. I'll miss you, Lori.

 

Kristine Holderman posted on 11/5/20

We are so sorry for your loss! Praying you feel peace ans love during your incredible time of loss. Rondey and I both worked with Lori at Ball.

 

Linda Proudfoot posted on 11/5/20

Lori was such a good neighbor. She always had a smile and loved her family. Prayers for all of you.

 

Loretta S. Swearingen posted on 11/5/20

So sorry for your loss Marilyn. Maybe life will calm down and give you time to recover.

 

WaTasha Barnes Griffin posted on 11/5/20

YWCA Central Indiana (Muncie) wishes to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Patsy A. Donn Ph.D. Her service to YWCA, as a board member and supporter, is to be commended. She was also my Altrusian sister. She certainly lived life with passion and compassion. You are in our thoughts. WaTasha Barnes Griffin, CEO- YWCA Central Indiana

 

Loretta S. Swearingen posted on 11/4/20

I am so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. He is the last of the boys that David ran with. The only one left is R.L. So sorry for your loss. Let me know if you need anything I can provide. Love, Susan

 

Wayne and Pam Fisher posted on 11/3/20

Becky , Kim and family - sincerest condolences on Doug’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Albert Miller posted on 11/3/20

Hi Mar, my deepest condolence. A life well lived, and 45 years of memories; may they carry and comfort you in this time of grief. May her memory be for blessing. Al

 

Shelba Brown posted on 11/3/20

Roma, We are so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. We have thought of you often since we left Indiana. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to you and the boys. Uncle Ron and Aunt Shelba

 

Liberty Goldstein posted on 11/3/20

My Uncle Doug was a doting husband and Daddy who I always admired and wished was my Daddy. Kimmy was always so adored and, even as a child, I felt the love he displayed. He will be missed.

 

Michael Eugene Craven posted on 11/3/20

Uncle Doug you were my favorite I know I haven't talk to you but I still remember all the funny, and good memories I had of you. Judys boy Michael

 

FRED MEYER posted on 11/3/20

It was always a pleasure to see Patsy on campus or in the neighborhood. She was a bright person who was genuinely concerned about others and their welfare. I hope the many rich memories you have, Marilyn, will given you comfort and peace.

 

Don Pitman posted on 11/2/20

Thank you I never met a man that genuinely ADORED his wife, my sister, more than you. She was lucky to have shared 47 + years with you in her life. Your card partner awaits, remember no cheating in heaven. Rest in peace

 

Ronald "Ron" Warner posted on 11/2/20

It was with great sadness that I read in today's paper of the passing of my good friend Terry. Terry was a wonderful guy with a big heart. He would do any favor for you and would literally give you the shirt off his back if he felt you needed it. He has been my number one, excellent, dependable and trustworthy mechanic for over 40 years. Each time I had a mechanical problem with a vehicle, I would look forward to going to Bowden's Garage to have it fixed. I knew Terry would make the repairs to the very best of his ability and treat you fairly in terms of price. One day I walked in with a problem and Terry asked "Ron, you ever tried bamboo socks"? I said "No, Terry, I have never heard of them." He reached down, pulled up a new pair of bamboo socks and said "Try these. I believe you will like them. I wear them all the time. They are my favorite socks." Terry knew I was a former scoutmaster, and I often listened to his reports of his work with the boys in his affiliated troop. He loved working with, encouraging, and helping young people. I look forward to the joy of seeing Terry again one day on the other side. Good bye for now, old friend. You are dearly missed.

 

Judith Gillentine posted on 11/2/20

Heart broken for the death of a very special person. Was not only an uncle but also like a brother. Will be missed. Rest finally in peace uncle Doug

 

Karleen Koger McGill /and Sandra Koger Humbarger posted on 11/1/20

Uncle Don, the youngest of the three brothers had the best sense of humor and was my favorite of the two uncles. He was more like a dad to me then my own was. I have many pictures of he and I from age two on as he was stationed at Ft Campbell with my dad SGM Wiliam Koger. He always carried me everywhere when little and always shared a coke with me. I spent many summers with the family whenever dad was back stateside as he and aunt Barb would come and pick me up at Ft Ben Harrison. I have wonderful memories of them both and wish the family many wishes of sympathy but also remember all the good times with Uncle Don. He was the best uncle, dad and grandfather to his family. Wish I was closer to all the cousins but military life does not allow closeness to develop. My sister and I wish Love to all of you. Karleen

 

Pernell Ross posted on 11/1/20

So sorry for your loss Cindy.

 

Lori Needler posted on 11/1/20

Glenna, I am so sorry to hear about your father. I am sending prayers for comfort for you and your family.

 

jeff taylor posted on 11/1/20

Glenn always had a smile for me. He definitely was a family man, and was proud of them!

 

Lynn posted on 11/1/20

What a truly giving and beautiful soul. Having known Terry for 50 years as a brother, father, husband and businessman. He was truly a man of his word and like the obituary stated kind and generous to a fault. Proud to have known him and been a part of his family. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Rest In Peace my brother you have so earned it xo

 

Steve Gasparino posted on 11/1/20

My sincere condolonces to the family, and the the crew at the shop. Im saddened and feel the void of my good friends passing. Always working, Terry always made time to talk and share with me projects past and present, motorcycles, dogs and life. A great man, a great friend, and truly kind hearted. I will miss him. May Our God in heaven bring the family comfort knowing Terry is now in His presence in heaven, with his loved ones, and I know Bonnett was happy to see him.

 

David Fuller posted on 11/1/20

Jenny and I are so sorry for you loss. Always liked Mike, he was a nice young man and always a gentleman.

 

Kim and Kathryn Alsop posted on 11/1/20

Bonnie (and family) Kathryn and I are sending you so much love and prayers for healing. We are here for you. If you need anything, just let us know. Sending you hugs!

 

John, Todd, and Jonathan Yarling posted on 10/31/20

Our deepest condolences to Michelle and the rest of her family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Linda and her great sense of humor will be missed.

 

Vickie Whitehair posted on 10/31/20

Roma and family: I was so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. You two have always been there whenever I needed. He was so funny, sweet and kind. He had a heart as big as the world. He will definitely be missed by many❤

 

MARILYN GOLDMAN posted on 10/31/20

SORRY TO READ THAT YOU HAVE LOST YOUR HUSBAND TOO

 

Joe Dillmon posted on 10/31/20

With deep sympathies to Jim, Laquata and Michael’s family...... Sandy, Joe, Jason and Jeff Dillmon of Anderson send condolences to the Warren family on the passing of Michael. Our dad Jim Dillmon passed away three years ago. The Dillmon’s were friends of Jim and Laquata thru the Anderson ELKS 209 lodge when Jim Dillmon was exalted ruler of the Anderson lodge back in 1999-2000. Our hearts go out to the Warrens at this time. Please reach out to us for anything...... sincerely, Sandy, Joe, Jason and Jeff Dillmon of Anderson.

 

Eddie Brooks posted on 10/31/20

One of the best friends I have ever had. My thoughts are with the family.

 

Audrea Spain posted on 10/30/20

Glenna & family I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Your family will always hold a special place in my heart. Your dad always treated me like family. If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to get ahold of me.

 

Jim Joros posted on 10/30/20

Lanny was a great colleague and friend in Shelby Eastern. We were both fellow principals and enjoyed many happy memories. My heart goes out to all the lives he touched. Special condolences go out to his wife and family.

 

Priscilla Hatcher posted on 10/30/20

Dear Roma, So sorry to read about your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Pam Kennedy Sites posted on 10/30/20

Jim, Laquata, and Jaime- I am so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. This truly breaks my heart. I think of all of you often and have so many memories of spending time on the ball field and hanging out with all my "little brothers." Although I cannot be there in person, know that I am there in my thoughts and prayers. Love and prayers to all of you. Pam (Kennedy) Sites

 

Cathie (Longfellow) Szklarek posted on 10/30/20

Janet and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. It was wonderful seeing you both in 2019. Our entire family sends our prayers and sympathy to you.

 

Petra posted on 10/30/20

Roma, I am so, so sorry about Michael. From what you've told me about him, he was a wonderful man, loving husband, caring father, with a great sense of humor to boot. I am thinking about you and the rest of your family. Much love to you all.

 

ramona stetson posted on 10/30/20

My dear Janet - there are no words that express how I felt when I heard of Lanny's passing. i went down a path of memories, what a great time we had at WHS. My experience teaching at WHS was highlighted by my association and friendship with you and Lanny. The good, some bad, the really fun ones and the sad ones. The best had to be our weekly Thursday afternoon meetings. What great times. Janet, Cindy, Lori and Brian - may God wrap His arms tightly around all of you and your families, give you comfort, courage and most of all peace today, tomorrow and in the months to come. Ramona Stetson

 

Cheryl Mueller posted on 10/30/20

Janet, so very, very sorry. Please accept our prayers and deepest sympathy.

 

Shelly Glore posted on 10/30/20

I am so sorry for your loss and heartache. I always enjoyed Lanny and his sense of humor. I regret that I will be unable to attend the service tomorrow, but you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Angie posted on 10/30/20

Janet, Cindy, Lori and Brian - all of our love, support and prayers to you as we are saddened to hear about Lanny’s passing away... we, the Childs family, have so many wonderful memories of our time with the Parker family, lots of laughter and fun and many evenings hanging out in the Parker home as Tom and Nancy and Lanny and Janet attended all the Wapahani events - basketball games to band contests to you name the school function, our parents were always there supporting! What great examples our parents have been to us! We’ve been blessed to know your great husband and Dad. Lanny will be greatly missed by all of us and by all who were lucky to know him ... you are in our thoughts and prayers -may God fill you with His unexplainable peace and thankfulness as you fill your hearts and minds with the many great memories your family has shared .... love, Angie Childs St John

 

lynn puckett posted on 10/29/20

my deepest sorrows the time spent when we were young with Nancy & Patsy and their mother was probably the best years of my life would have contacted her if i knew where she was Patsy if you wish my contact no. 7657662183

 

Lori Ann Miller posted on 10/29/20

I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your Father. He was a great neighbor who always watched out for me. We had many conversations over the fence. He never left without telling me a joke. He will be missed by many.

 

Ted Bock posted on 10/29/20

To the Parker family. My sincere sympathy to you all. I played Basketball at Bainbridge High School with Lanny and am so sorry to hear of his passing. Lanny was a good person and a friend of mine. He will be missed. Ted Bock.

 

Dan Moore posted on 10/29/20

Sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers. Love, Dan Moore

 

 

Kathy Etris posted on 10/29/20

Karen (David), I was so sorry to see of your Mothers passing. I will keep you in our Prayers. Love and God Bless

 

Pat and Kerry Zebendon posted on 10/29/20

Janet and family, We are so very sorry to hear this. We had no idea he had any health problems. We thought so much of Lanny. I enjoyed having him as my principal. He made teaching at Wapahani fun. I always enjoyed talking to him. We missed him when he left. Please know we are thinking of all of you and praying your memories bring you comfort

 

Sandra Hoover posted on 10/29/20

Thinking of you and your family Roma.

 

 

Bob Clark posted on 10/29/20

Best principal ever! Morristown High Class of 1995

 

Carolyn Edwards McGarth posted on 10/29/20

Lanny was loved by all his classmates from Monrovia high school, class of 1960. Lanny was a special friend to all of us. Star basket ball player and just all around good guy. We will miss you. Prayers for Janet and your family. ❤️❤️

 

Mary Kay Ertle posted on 10/29/20

Roma, I am so truly sorry for the loss of your husband. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Andrea Longstreet (Fraley) posted on 10/28/20

Most people believe superheroes don’t exist in real life, but I don’t agree. In our lives we meet them everyday, they just don’t wear capes. Mr. Parker was a superhero to me. As a principal at Morristown High School he looked beneath the surface and saw his students not for who they were but who the could become. His day didn’t end at 3:15 when the bell rang it often times was just beginning. His implementation of the Challenge Leadership Program inspired many students to explore life outside their comfort zone. Thank you Mr. Parker for everything you did to inspire and motivate your students. You will be missed dearly.

 

Rosie Gaffney posted on 10/28/20

Thoughts and prayers go out to the family. He was an asset to Morristown Jr Sr

 

Hannah (Scott) Barnett posted on 10/28/20

Mr. Parker was by far the most involved and loving principle Morristown has ever had. He was so active in the shaping of our lives as students and provided unique opportunities to grow such as Challenge Leadership! I had no idea he was sick and I am terribly sorry for the loss of your father/husband/friend. He will forever be remembered as a wonderful man who loved us (his students) so much. Thank you, Mr. Parker for what you gave to Morristown! We love you.

 

Heather Morton posted on 10/28/20

Mr. Parker was my first supervising principal. He took a chance on a young teacher just out of college and I learned a lot from him. I am now a high school administrator and he helped set me on that path. My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones.

 

Marilyn D Winters posted on 10/28/20

Dear Janet, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your Lanny. Our prayers are with you and your family. Steve and Marilyn Winters

 

Steve & Melissa (Black) Cunningham posted on 10/28/20

Mr. Parker was a great guy! He was a wonderful principal and always kind. Mr. Parker was quick witted and had a good sense of humor. It was very apparent that he loved his family. We are sorry for your loss.

 

Shawna Reynolds Gay posted on 10/28/20

I'm very sorry for your loss. I wish that I would have been able to meet Johnny in life. It sounds like we would have had a lot in common. Shawna (Barbara's daughter)

 

Taylor Carbonetti posted on 10/28/20

Hazel was one of my idols! A spunky, smart, talented, friendly, involved and seemingly fearless lady! I only hope my family will be able to say those things about me! Rest In Peace Hazel, I know you will be missed!

 

Terry Clark posted on 10/28/20

So sorry to hear this...RIP. My mother ( Betty Manis Clark ) was her 1st cousin.

 

Dick Dunn posted on 10/28/20

My sincere condolences on your loss in this time of sorrow, if we can be of help just let me know. My God bless your whole family.

 

Gib & Bonnie Huffman posted on 10/28/20

Gib and I are so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for all of your family.

 

 

Guevara Family posted on 10/28/20

Chris You will never be forgotten.

 

Cathie Delk-Bridgenan posted on 10/28/20

Annie and family, I am so sorry at the passing of your mother. She was truly a joy to be around and we had many phone conversations on just about everything. I know you were the apple of her eye. Love and prayers for you during this difficult time.

 

Roxi Orebaugh Poe posted on 10/27/20

My heart grieves with you , I'm so sorry. Prayers & hugs for all of you & your families

 

Barbara Hand posted on 10/27/20

Sue, Steve, Karen, Kathy -- Mom called yesterday to let me know of Aunt Dorthena's passing. I'm sorry, but I am so glad to know that she was at Steve's house and you were with her. We are all thinking of you! If there is anything we can do from here, let us know. Cousin Barbara for my family, Tony's family, and for Mom (Shirley).

 

Wendell Narrod posted on 10/27/20

I feel awful that I had not heard of my cousin's death. On my 16th birthday she took me to take my driving test. Never forgotten her kindness.

 

Linda Marsh-Upton posted on 10/27/20

Hazel was a wonderful person. I knew her and Bill. They were both wonderful people. Prayers for the family that they will find peace.

 

 

Lawson posted on 10/27/20

For Chris, life has changed, not ended, that's what we say at Mass. My heart is broken for you and the kids, Chatney. I am so sorry.

 

Marsha Blevins Thrash posted on 10/27/20

So sorry to hear of this. My condolences to you, Karen & Dave, and your fam.

 

HARRY TERRELL posted on 10/27/20

Sue, Karen, Cathy, Steve, anyone who knew your mother knows what a blessing she was. Those of us at the Losantville Separate Baptist Church can testify what a blessing she and your Dad was to our church family. She is certainly greatly missed.

 

Jackie Johnston, founder of Back To School Teachers Store posted on 10/26/20

So sorry to hear of the death of Hazel. I feel so grateful to have known her. She ws a true joy to work with. We The staff and volunteers always looked forward to the day of the week when Hazel would volunteer at the Back To School Teachers Store. Regardless of the weather or season, she always brought "sunshine" with her. She was dedicated to our mission to help the teachers of Delaware County schools. She did it with a smile and sometimes a joke or story. I remember when she was a model for a fashon show and wore a motocycle outfit. She looked really COOL. Months later a local motorcycle club held a ride to raise money for the store. Hazel was so excited to help with the event. We made arrangements for one of the members to take Hazel on her "first cycle ride". She said it was a "real rush". She talked about that ride for years afterwards. She loved her family and often shared vacation stories with us. Nothing could hold her back.....not many of us could measure up to her adventures....whitewater raftering, bundging jumping, and more. She did live a full life and added much joy to my and other lives.

 

Tony Swingley posted on 10/26/20

I have a lot of great memories of Gary and Albert. They did a lot of custom baling for me and taught me a lot aout baling hay. They were always willing to help me out and were hard working men. They will be missed.

 

Cinda Priddy posted on 10/26/20

I'm so sorry to hear of Hazel's passing. She volunteered with the Friends of Muncie Public Library for many years with me. She was a light! She always had an adventure, a story to tell and an example of how to live life to the fullest!

 

Jenny (Nelson) Davis posted on 10/26/20

Gary use to call me Mighty Mouse on the bus when we were kids. He was a great guy. So very sorry to hear about this. I was friends with Beth and Debbie also. Again so very sorry for your loss. Jenny (Nelson) Davis

 

Mimi Slaven Bernardin posted on 10/26/20

Bobby was one of my friends in school and helped us kids on the bus. He was only a grade a head of me but will always be that person who had your back. Rest easy my friend.

 

David and Diane Benadum posted on 10/25/20

Annie-we were very saddened to read of your Mother's passing. She was always so upbeat--just like your choice of picture shows. We have many good memories of your Mom and Dad in our home building activities.

 

Craig & Diana Johnson posted on 10/25/20

Craig and I are so sorry about the passing of your Mother. Such a sad time for you and it breaks your heart.. One of the things we will always remember about your parents was that they always had fun. Our prayers are with you Annie.

 

Marilyn J Marks posted on 10/25/20

Dear Annie, Please accept my prayers of comfort for your loss, and wishes for the best of memories to remain with you.

 

Angie Wilson Gregory posted on 10/25/20

Diane im so sorry for your loss praying for you and your family

 

Meeks Obits posted on 10/25/20

To the Morey Family, I'm sending you my prayers and condolences to you. I'll never forget our time in Japan. I wish you good luck in the future. Chris will be missed. Sincerely, Tracy Hawley tracyhawley22

 

 

Laura Kafka posted on 10/25/20

Thinking of you, Uncle Jack. You and our family are in my prayers. You were so very loved. xxoo

 

Margie Coffman posted on 10/25/20

So sorry for your loss..worked with him st Sugarcreek..such a nice man

 

Janet Robbins posted on 10/25/20

Bobby & Family- so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you

 

Mike and Becky Williams posted on 10/24/20

So very sorry to hear about Gary. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Rosalie C Metzger posted on 10/23/20

Brian and Brad, My deepest sympathy and prayers for you. I loved Beth and always enjoyed talking with her at St. Lawrence School while Linda was still teaching there. She was always so caring and interested in others. God's Blessings to you.

 

Alejandro Rojas posted on 10/23/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with Bobby's family

 

Susan Michaels Burk posted on 10/22/20

My sincerest condolences to the family. Beth was a classmate way back at MCHS. Always so friendly and kind. Prayers for the family

 

Colleen Morgan posted on 10/22/20

I didn’t know Beth very well but know her extended family. My prayers and thoughts are with the family.

 

JOSEPH M DOUGLAS posted on 10/22/20

Our sincere sympathy and prayers to Beth's family. She was a wonderful person. Joe and Becky Douglas

 

Richard Patton posted on 10/22/20

I love you dad, and I’m going to miss you as much as you were glad to see mom. Hug her for me I love you both

 

 

Barbara McClellan posted on 10/21/20

will miss you always

 

Mark Kreps posted on 10/21/20

Her love for others will be heart felt, and live through us who remain. Until we meet again.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 10/20/20

Kathy, Ric and Family, I'm sorry for the loss of your mother and loved one. Helen and I were on same tour and/or cruises several times. And we both went to 55 Alive. She will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Helen PS. I had sent a memory but I didn't see it here. It said it was received, but ... maybe there will be two. Helen would laugh.

 

Stephanie Reeves posted on 10/20/20

I am saddened to know that Arlene is gone. Time just gets away. Illa, Arlene's sister was my grandmother. Sending everyone that knew Arlene, my sympathy.

 

Marilyn & Scott Taulbee posted on 10/19/20

John, Amber & Family We are so sorry for the loss of your dad. Love & prayers to you all. We love you, Marilyn & Scott

 

Zelopha Surgener posted on 10/19/20

Sorrry to hear this thinking of you and amber and your family with deepest thoughts and prayers love ❤️ twig

 

Mary E. Harry posted on 10/19/20

I would like to offer my deepest condolences and prayers for the family of Jim Hendershot. I have had the wonderful opportunity to be acquainted with his son Jake, and listen to his beautiful singing in our church Riverside Ave. Baptist. I would also like to offer prayers and sympathy to Colleen Daily my high school friend. In God’s Love, Mary (Betsy France) Harry

 

Ed Guerra posted on 10/19/20

We have been friends for so many years and a better one you could not find. He loved his family and was very proud of them all. Your loving kindness will be missed Jr. Jesus has been waiting for a helper like you. RIP

 

 

Rose Ohara posted on 10/19/20

Gods blessings to Jack Patton’s family and friends

 

Lora Ann & John Sanders posted on 10/19/20

Kathy, Tim, & family - You are in our thoughts & prayers as you walk this difficult path. May God be with you all as you do.

 

 

Lora Ann Schwer-Sanders posted on 10/19/20

I’ll always remember Helen for her love of Tom Jones and her sense of fun. Her laugh was infectious.

 

Barbara Storie posted on 10/18/20

very sorry for your loss and praying for the family Ron and Barb storie.

 

Sally N. Wetzel posted on 10/18/20

I was honored to know Dave through my late husband, Bud Wetzel. Dave was truly a blessing and friend to my husband. He was his roommate at BSU and groomsman at our Nov. 26, 1966 wedding--a very kind, caring, intelligent, and handsome young man. Please accept my condolences to you and your family.

 

DAVID ROBERT MYERS & FAMILY. AND FRIENDS. posted on 10/18/20

Dick and I hired in during 1971 at BALL CORP, MUNCIE. And from there - became aware of each other. With Sincere condolences on His Passing, Are etrended to Family and Friends, with MY APPRECIATION of OUR FRIENDSHIP, over the past 49 YEARS. MISSING & REMEMBERING OUR KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS of EACH OTHER - What a GRAND AWARENESS and RESPECT WE SHARED...

 

 

Rhonda Shaw posted on 10/18/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Jeff Ice posted on 10/18/20

So sorry to hear about Jack's passing. Prayers to the family

 

Mark Hendsel posted on 10/18/20

Sorry to hear about the passing of JR. My prayers go out to the family.

 

Sandy Wood Barton. posted on 10/18/20

So sorry for your loss Sharon and family. We go back along way and Carl was always such a nice guy. We will miss him. Prayers your way.

 

Marge & Dave Hershey posted on 10/18/20

I remember the first time we went to your house and met you and your folks. We have been friends since we were kids and it is always sad for me when I loose someone so close to us. We will miss your Mom as we miss your Dad but am so glad they are waiting for all of us to join them. To them it will we just a moment away. With our Love and Prayers

 

Sheila Woerner posted on 10/17/20

Such a loving and caring man. My prayers are sent to your family.

 

 

Paul & Ruth Mills posted on 10/17/20

You will truly be missed Jack, we love you to the moon and back brother!

 

Linda Bartling posted on 10/17/20

A wonderful friend, Aunt, Mom and you will be greatly missed. Love you !!!! Hugs to the family. Rest in Heaven Arlene

 

Larry and Patricia Howerton posted on 10/17/20

Jerry and family, so sad to hear of Barbara's passing. You and yours are in our prayers. Larry and Patricia Howerton.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 10/17/20

to Jake, Matt, and Mike--my condolences to all of you and your families in the loss of your dad. I remember him showing up for your events at Muncie Central; he always had a pretty proud smile!! Treasure all the wonderful memories. Most sincerely, Kay Rankin

 

Kristi Koriath posted on 10/17/20

Augusta, this is a tender time for you. I was saddened to learn of your dad’s passing and know you are in the midst of many emotions. I also know you have life-giving support from Daniel, other family, and friends, so I trust you find solace in that wide circle of love. As you and I had talked about years ago, it was my privilege and pleasure to know Dick as a fellow CICS student, and I always found him a unique and thoroughly interesting friend. It was he who remarked (following a student gathering at our house that I actually don’t remember) that he’d never been in a house with two harpsichords before. What a lively and sharp intellect! That remembrance always makes me smile. I’m happy to contribute to the county historical society in his memory. Rest in peace, Dick Cole. kk

 

Tony Miller posted on 10/17/20

I had the privilege of delivering Meals on Wheels to Jim. He always met me at the door with a great smile. He would stand it the doorway and wave at me until I had backed out and started down the street. I will miss him greatly.

 

Marilynn Kallen posted on 10/17/20

So sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. It was always great to see his smiling face. We shared many great memories over the years with our boys in Scouts, including pinewood derby and baseball. He will be greatly missed.

 

Bob & Linda Hinds posted on 10/17/20

We know Wonell will be missed by her family and friends. Prayers for Cly and sons.

 

Roseanna M. Forsyth posted on 10/17/20

Sending love and prayers for comfort. Aunt Wonell was an amazing woman with a heart of gold.

 

Roseanna M. Forsyth posted on 10/17/20

I’m sending love and prayers for comfort. Aunt Wonell was an amazing woman with a heart of gold. Love to you.

 

Colleen Dixon posted on 10/16/20

Dick was always so generous with his time. I remember one Sunday after the meeting of the jar club was over, he offered to take anyone who wanted to go to the basement of Minnetrista to view some of the Ball items that Minnetrista had. That was only one time he gave freely of his time. He graced many of our meetings, adding interesting bits of knowledge. I'll miss him as will everyone in the club.

 

Thomas McKnight posted on 10/16/20

Worked with Dick for many years at Ball Corporation. Many good memories of working on projects and traveling with Dick. Because of his knowledge and professionalism he was always welcomed at the manufacting locations. Which was and is very important. Not many corporate employees had the respect Dick had with local management.

 

Jeri folkner posted on 10/16/20

I am so very sorry for Dave’s passing. That line between 1945 and 2020 holds his life and how he lived. There are memories that you can always cherish.

 

Bill Young posted on 10/16/20

I have know and loved Dave for many years. I would see him at the Delta games and sit and talk to him when I saw him. He was a really fun guy to rib and to talk about what was going on in our lives. Dave did my taxes every year and always messed with me before he gave them back to me saying stuff like; "Boy the IRS is gonna have a field day with you!" I could get him laughing and pretty much was just my crazy self around Dave. I am going to miss those conversations buddy and know you are resting high on that mountain, R.I.H. my friend.

 

Larry and Sharon Hatfield posted on 10/16/20

so sorry Dave was a great guy.Like family to us

 

Ron an Monica Strahley posted on 10/16/20

So long my friend, until we meet again. You have been a friend for over thirty years. Monica and I enjoyed our time together when you visited in Florida. Our times together over many dinners together and especially our time together this past December when we were able to catch up, not knowing that this would be the last time to visit on this earth. I will always remember our times together, whether it be at ball game, boating in Tenn , worshiping together or just breaking bread together. David was there to help Monica pull a surprise 50th birthday by asking me to help him put away tables and chairs from the previous nights valentine party. So many memories, but more than that , you will be missed as my friend. Have been and will continue to pray for all of the family. We love you guys.

 

VICKIE JONES posted on 10/16/20

So very sorry , Prayers for the FAMILY , LOVE YOU

 

Bruce Wiemer posted on 10/16/20

My Uncle Dave. A huge part of my life. One of the most genuine man I know. His Love for everyone, and especially his family was a lesson of how to live life. Many talks, mostly with guidance, But always with Love. I am going to live the rest of my life with an empty spot in my heart. Thank you Uncle Dave for the unconditional Love you have shown me and my Family. Heaven gained one of the best!

 

Chad Finney posted on 10/15/20

Louise, Tisha, Stephanie, Jeff, and family. I am sorry to hear that Dave passed away. He was a man who always seemed to have a smile and encouraging words. Heidi and I will be praying for you in your sorrow and grief, but we also know that you do not grieve as people with no hope because of God's saving grace. So long Dave. Til we meet again.

 

Mason and Mindy Morton posted on 10/15/20

Rod will be greatly missed. He was a dear friend and co-worker at Chevrolet Muncie for many years. Mason Morton

 

DAVID ROBERT MYERS & FAMILY. posted on 10/15/20

Our Sincere regrets and condolences, to YOU and Family.

 

Larry Robinson posted on 10/15/20

Marvin,Jim and Andy , my condolences on your loss . We will have you in our prayers .

 

 

Pastor Kara Tharp posted on 10/15/20

My mind goes back to when J.R. went to our Church, Mayfield Church of the Nazarene, and he prayed over and agreed to play the part of Jesus on the Cross at our Annual Walk thru the Life of Christ on October 31st. He was the best person to ever play that roll. He took it very serious and I have never forgotten that about him! Rest on High my friend!!!

 

David Hauser posted on 10/15/20

Marvin, Andy, and Jim, We were so sorry to hear of Roberta's passing. Please accept our sincere condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Cindy and Dave Hauser

 

 

Teresa &Randell Smith posted on 10/14/20

We are so sorry for your loss of your mom &grandma, Clyde I wanna to say l’m sorry for loss of your wife,my heart goes out to your family ❤️

 

David Janney posted on 10/14/20

Leon: I am sorry for the loss of your wife. You were in really nice person at Muncie Central and your wife must have been like you. I looked in the 1952 Yearbook and you and I were standing side by side in the Cross Country Team photo. Sorry again for the loss and may God Bless both of you.

 

Sherrill White posted on 10/14/20

We are keeping you in our thoughts and praying that you find comfort, knowing that the light of your loved one continues to shine on in everyone who was blessed by her caring touch. Faithfully, Delaware County Nursing Honor Guard

 

 

Christina Schussler posted on 10/14/20

Deb you will be greatly missed. You were one of the best nurses I’ve ever had the pleasure working with. Bless you forever.

 

John GRIMES posted on 10/14/20

Marvin, Andy, and Jim, I am sorry for loss.

 

Nancy Wean posted on 10/14/20

Jan, we are so sorry to learn about the death of Rod. He was a great musician so the two of you must have shared that love of music. I remember the years of the Follies at the Elks and what fun they were. He was a valuable part of the band. These past years have been difficult for him and you and both of us can relate; but cherish the good times and the memories you’ve made together. Our sympathies, Jim and Nancy Wean Reece

 

Debbie and Elvis Orr posted on 10/14/20

So sorry to hear of JR's passing. Praying for God to comfort all his family during this time.

 

 

Misty Ramsey Overton posted on 10/14/20

Rest in peace, Uncle Jr. We love you and will miss you!!

 

 

Stephanie Sisco posted on 10/14/20

I have heard many great stories of her character and I wish I could have met her. Prayers for all of you.

 

 

Joyce Ramsey posted on 10/14/20

Want to remember my brother as a christian man that he had become. What a blessing it was to hear him talk about the Lord!

 

Angela Ayers posted on 10/14/20

I have very fond and happy memories of my time with Ellen. She was so sweet to put her arm around me and tell me that she loved me. She used to also always say that my husband Jay, her boy, was rotten, rotten to the core. Then she'd laugh that great laugh of hers!! It was always fun to watch her interact with her "kids!" I loved the way she'd "wrastle" with Mike, Jay & Jenny. She had such a fun spirit and lively laugh. She is missed now. May God rest her soul. With loving thoughts, Angela Ayers

 

Ramona posted on 10/14/20

Linda was a wonderful woman that I met thru ABWA. She always had a smile to share and was very friendly. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers for her family and friends .

 

Oren Olinger posted on 10/13/20

I was fortunate to have Rod as a patient. It was a joy everytime he came to the office. He was always so pleasant even with his difficulties. I know Jan will miss him.

 

Rosalie C Metzger posted on 10/13/20

My deepest sympathy and prayers for you, Mike and Rose. I am sorry I can't express my condolences in person.

 

Carla A Pennycuff posted on 10/13/20

Wonelle was a good person and she will be misses

 

 

Debbie Oliver posted on 10/13/20

I remember Wonell from many years when I was very young and my sister took me to church @ the old True Light on Turner st. I thank God for the honor of knowing Wonell and I also feel privileged to have been able to seek this wonderful lady's advice and she was always so understanding but very strong on her faith of God's leading, I always looked up to her as a strong woman of God I loved her so very much and look forward to seeing her again on that great homecoming day and will always think of her when I make a sweet potato casserole as she gave me her recipe for it ❤

 

Mary A. Trapp posted on 10/12/20

Such a wonderful man. He was my land lord for 6 years, then help me purchase my home in 2006. He will be missed by all that were fortunate to know him and his lovely wife. Thanks for all you did for me and I know you helped a lot people over the years.

 

Delayne Smith Chauvin posted on 10/12/20

Marge’s Sparkling eyes and genuine smile embraced all she came in contact with. We’ve known each other since high school. She was a sweet heart.

 

 

Kathryn Shust posted on 10/11/20

My heartfelt condolences & prayers to you and your family Carol.

 

Lourie Hargis posted on 10/10/20

Cathy, Malinda and Brittany Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek. May our condolences bring you comfort and may my prayers ease the pain of this loss. We offer you our thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time in your life. Love Eric & Lourie Hargis

 

John & Valerie Yoder posted on 10/9/20

I'm sorry for Linda's passing. Our prayers are with your family.

 

Peggy Bragg posted on 10/9/20

Sue, we were so sorry to hear of the passing of Roger. We both always enjoyed playing euchre with him. He was a super competitor, we will miss those times. Our deepest condolences are with you and the family. Keeping you in our thoughts & prayers. With love , Jack & Peggy

 

Nancy Motsenbocker posted on 10/9/20

To the Long family from the Motsenbocker's.....So very sorry to read of Roger's passing. Lots of wonderful memories, especially high school years, and we're thinking of you with sympathy in our hearts....Jud, Nancy, Mike, Pam & Terry

 

Dana Hensley posted on 10/9/20

It was great working and bowling with Jack, sorry for your loss Melissa. He was a good man.

 

Terry Young posted on 10/9/20

My Uncle Roger was a special man. I remember him as a soft spoken, intelligent, and thoughtful person. When I was young, he even seemed a bit mysterious. When he spoke his words had meaning. I know he loved to travel and we always traded stories of life overseas. And he always quizzed me about my travels and adventures and never seemed to tire of me showing him thousands of photos of Albania, Oman, Estonia, or Algeria or telling him endless stories about the craziness in Saudi Arabia or Iraq. In any case I was always delighted. But I think it was my time in Russia that intrigued him the most. He always seemed to be conducting an interview for which he’d done endless research. He knew so much about Russia, I once told him he must be a ‘тайный русский’ (a Secret Russian). I’ll miss you Uncle Roger, Love you always Terry.

 

Kelly Gray posted on 10/9/20

I had a lot of laughs and fun with Linda at a ABWA events. She will be missed and remembered at those events going forward. My heart is breaking for you- love and hugs.

 

Randall Stout posted on 10/8/20

The Stout family sends our deepest regrets in your time of loss. Know that all our prayers and sympathies are with you and yours.

 

Rick Fisher posted on 10/8/20

My deepest sympathies to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this very difficult time. Rest in peace Linda.....

 

Anne Coleman posted on 10/8/20

Sue, Monica, Joe, Carole and all of the family, We are deeply saddened by the passing of your husband, dad, grandfather and our Uncle. While on this earth, he was such a kind, gentle, and compassionate man. He will be missed by all of us. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. We love you, Anne and Randy Coleman

 

Randi Rose posted on 10/7/20

Gayle I'm so sorry for your loss of Jack I didn't know him but what I heard from you he sounded like a good guy

 

Charles Bishop posted on 10/7/20

To all of you who knew and loved Marge, she would have wanted you to know that she loved you too. Her beautiful smile was genuine and she was grateful for having you in her life.

 

Phyllis (Herbert) Neubauer posted on 10/7/20

Thelma I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Joseph L Wilhoite posted on 10/7/20

My brother, Jim, was a good friend of Jack during the 60's. Later, I used see Jack at a local bar talking about old times. My condolences to his family. Joe Wilhoite

 

Linda Dunmoyer posted on 10/6/20

I met Marge at the Y during a class we were both participating in. She was a vibrant, bubbly person with a very positive attitude toward life. She made me feel as if she had always known me during the time we first met in class. We became instant friends and always looked forward to seeing each other. I only knew Marge for a year but we kept in contact with each other even after she became ill. I will never forget her. I learned so much from her. She would never talk about herself, always asking how everyone else was doing. Near the end, we said our goodbyes. Her memory will always be in my heart and I will remember all of the good times we shared. She was one special lady...I will miss her. Her Husband, Charlie, took care of her till the very end. I think very highly of him also. Super people...I have been very blessed to know both of them. Rest in peace Marge.

 

 

Pauline Brewer posted on 10/5/20

I remember Margaret well. She was my friend and classmate. We were in South Pacific together. She was a wonderful and caring person. Rest in Peace my friend.

 

Janice (Charlton) Shirey posted on 10/5/20

Jerry an family. Vonda was a wonderful, caring person. She helped me through some tough medical issues. Have not forgotten. I’m sure You all have some wonderful memories. Prayers are with you.

 

Tanya posted on 10/5/20

I had the pleasure of knowing Marge through my job. I will always remember her as a pleasant, happy person who made my day whenever I had the pleasure of seeing her. I will most definitely miss her.

 

Mary Lanning posted on 10/5/20

Gary and Family - Thinking of you in the loss of Ellen.

 

Linda Flannery posted on 10/5/20

Edmonds family. Thoughts and prayers for the family of Ellen Edmonds. She always had a beautiful smile. May God bless you and give you peace knowing she is with our Father.

 

Judi Mento Alonzo posted on 10/5/20

My dear friend Margaret (aka Nellie Forbush). Many memories flood my mind as I remember high school and all the fun we had. You were a special lady and I am sure a star in Heaven. I will miss you forever.

 

Melinda posted on 10/4/20

I will always cherish Marge's sharp mind, great wit, creativity, decorating skills, and her love of singing! A bright light indeed. She will be greatly missed...

 

Marv and Betty Gridley and Family posted on 10/4/20

To Marge’s family. We are so sorry for your loss. Marge was a good neighbor and always had a ready smile and wave. We will miss her.

 

Michael Singer posted on 10/4/20

Please accept my condolences. I remember how glad that I was that you two were getting married. Charlie was my boss at Peterbilt and a really nice person.

 

Don F. Burt posted on 10/4/20

I am so sorry to hear about Stan.

 

 

April Cameron posted on 10/4/20

I very sweet Man. He is going to be missed.

 

Kathy Brown posted on 10/3/20

I didn't know ypu but I knew and had worked with your Dad at the Library. My thoughts and Prayers for your Family during this difficult time.

 

Mary A Trapp posted on 10/3/20

I have know Jeanne for over 45 years. She was always very kind and good friend. she will be missed.

 

Netha Wyman posted on 10/3/20

I knew Vonda through our TOPS connection. She was always kind to me. My mother-in-law, Marian Wyman, was a friend to Agatha. My sincerely sympathy to you and your family.

 

Bob and Sherri lilly posted on 10/2/20

Sorry about your loss jerry we will keep you in our prayers

 

Chuck Ward posted on 10/2/20

Jerry - Kim and I offer our condolence and wish you well.

 

Sherri Manderbach Robbins posted on 10/1/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to your family.

 

TANYA K DONATI posted on 9/30/20

Shonna I'm sorry to hear about your beloved sister Bobbie, it is one of the hardest things as a family to lose a sibling and parent to conquer the lost of a child. My heart goes out to your family. Thinking of you during this time of sorrow.

 

Linda Heyer posted on 9/30/20

I worked with Jeanne for several years at Munsee Meats. When I retired, I left with so many great memories and most of them revolved around Jeanne. My condolences to Jeanne’s family. Rest In Peace, Jeanne.

 

 

Jessie Morrison posted on 9/30/20

Bobbie we had a lot of fun through all the years my prayers are with your family I will always remember your beautiful soul RIP sis

 

Mysti Power posted on 9/30/20

Such a beautiful and kind soul.. My heart broke when i heard she passed. I seen her several months back and she was on a good path and so full of life and hope. My prayers are with your family she was an amazing person and i will never forget her

 

David and Marsha Sherrell posted on 9/30/20

So sorry to hear of Bobbie’s passing. Such a beautiful, nice girl. Nice memories of watching her grow up at Monroe Central.

 

 

Haley Morrison posted on 9/29/20

We grew up together, we went thru some stuff in life together. U will always be remembered sweet girl for all u did to help everyone. I love you so much. Fly high angel

 

Steve Hendrixson posted on 9/29/20

Jeanne and I worked together at Munsee Meats for many years. Everyone there was like family. Jeanne was like a sister to me. She is missed very much. Lots of memories to cherish. Prayers for the family. Rest In Peace Jeanne.

 

Barry Evans posted on 9/29/20

You will be missed Lori!

 

Luann Koons posted on 9/29/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with at this time

 

Denise & Mike Wallace posted on 9/29/20

I'm so sorry to hear the loss of your daughter. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Curtis Flannery posted on 9/29/20

So very sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter. Prayers for your family

 

Lois Wright and Cliff Banter posted on 9/29/20

we are so sorry !

 

 

Ramona M. Holt posted on 9/28/20

Prayers To All The Family God Bless

 

Rachel Holaday posted on 9/28/20

Lisa, Darryl, Gregg, Shonna, Shana, and Sophia. didn't know Bobbie, but I know her sister Shonna, as went to school together. My heart breaks for your family, as you lost a beautiful and bright daughter in Bobbie. I know she will forever watching over you all and her children. Although can't see her or see that beautiful smile again, she will be always with you forever and I know you will all see her again someday. But, I know she will be there with you all every step of the day. Through, the sunshine, the rains, and the breeze on the windy day and the crystal blue clouds on a sunny day.

 

Linda petro posted on 9/28/20

My Sincere condolences to all the family

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 9/28/20

God's peace with the family and friends of Bobbie Jo

 

Ken Kelly posted on 9/28/20

Leon: My heartfelt condolences for you, your mother, and family for the physical loss of Moya Kaye. The team of the two of you over the years was always a pleasant memory, whenever or wherever we met. Moya had a knack for making you feel she was interested in my presence. The two of you made great choices.

 

Carolyn (Cole) Furbee posted on 9/28/20

I graduated from high school with Jeanne and have lots of great memories. I only seen her at reunions and occasionally at casino and she always had a smile on her face. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. RIH dear friend

 

 

Lori Lee posted on 9/28/20

My dear friend... I love you and miss you so much.

 

 

James Beaty posted on 9/28/20

So sorry for your loss Leon. You are in my prayers. God bless.

 

 

Carey W Clark posted on 9/28/20

We are so sorry and want to extend our sincere condolences to all of Jeanne's family. Jeanne was a coworker at Munsee Meats and my wife and I knew her well. We were a small company and relied upon each other. She was a devoted employee and you could always depend on her being there. We both retired so we had not seen each other for quite awhile. We will all miss her.

 

Rick Anderson posted on 9/28/20

Joyce and Andrea, Betty and I are so sorry to hear of Jeanne's passing. I will always remember her smile and waving to me as she walked in front of my father's house to visit her friends two doors down. May she rest in peace.

 

Charles w Lancaster posted on 9/27/20

Leon, please accept my sincere sympathy and know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

 

Dustin posted on 9/27/20

Rick was a funny,crazy,but in a good way, easy going guy who would give you the shirt off of his back ive known him my whole life and cannot recall one time being around him and him not have everybody laughing.he treated my son like he was his own grandchild. I known your not in pain no more buddy, this has affected me more than you would know. Until we meet again buddy. Tell Big Mike and my Grandma i love and miss them. R.i.p Rick a.k.a Slick Rick

 

 

Amanda Archey posted on 9/27/20

Rick giving me the Death Grip everytime I seen him even as an adult Love u always Rick

 

Thomas R Malapit posted on 9/27/20

Our sincere condolences to the Agullana family. As a youngster, my father Bernard M. Malapit introduced me to your family.

 

judy heidelberger posted on 9/27/20

I am so sorry hear about Stan. My condolences to his family

 

Dave & Jenny Fuller posted on 9/26/20

Please accept our sincere condolences. She was a special lady. We still enjoy the peanut brittle recipe she gave us every Christmas.

 

Barb Woolard posted on 9/26/20

Leon and Lorri, please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your wife and mom. My parents, Ben and Mary Lou Woolard, were proudly part of the imi gang who took many trips together, attended a few conventions and shared many good times. You are in my thoughts at this difficult time. Barb Woolard

 

Emily Kress posted on 9/25/20

Lorri and Ryan, There was never a time I saw your mother and grandmother without a grin on her face. She always brought smiles with her. Her mother, Susie, was a sister to our Grandpa Ben Kress. Our prayers are for her to rest in heavenly peace and your hearts not be sad for long. Remember the good times.

 

Marsha Andrews posted on 9/25/20

I'm so sorry, Lorri, for your loss. My thoughts are with you. Please accept my sincere sympathy to you and to all your family. Marsha Andrews

 

Diann Studebaker posted on 9/25/20

Aug,,my prayers and thoughts are with you and all of your family. Moya was a great gal and loved by everyone. I have some great memories of the many get togethers at your place God Bless. Sincerely, Diann

 

Charlie and Joycelyn Baer posted on 9/25/20

Leon ~ We are saddened to hear of the passing of Moya. We know you will have difficult days ahead. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Take care. Charlie and Joycelyn Baer

 

 

Colleen Morgan (Don) posted on 9/25/20

Moya was a wonderful person whom I’ve know for over 50 years. She gave me strength to be a mother and wife. Thank you Moya for being you. Love you and my prayers go out to family

 

Larry Robinson posted on 9/25/20

My condolences to the Agullana family for your loss . Our prayers are with you .

 

Doc Schindel posted on 9/25/20

My deepest sympathy to Leon and the Agulana family for their loss

 

 

Judi Ross posted on 9/24/20

Moya was one of he nicest people I've known. She loved her family beyond measure and delighted in her children. She and Aug were the best parents, so loving yet practical. She treated my son like her own. She will be greatly missed!

 

Randy and Kay Swoveland posted on 9/24/20

Ann has always talked with such love and pride about Moya, Leon, and the family. What a great loss. You are in our prayers.

 

Nadia Samuelson posted on 9/22/20

Nathan was an amazingly gifted individual who was gentle, caring and inspired. His talent for music and art, his detailed curiosity. He had a huge influence on my life and gave me love that I have always kept close to my heart. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Kay posted on 9/22/20

Ms. Terri, I didn't know your precious son, nor do I know you, but I unfortunately know the same grief of losing a son to the evils of addiction. I will continue to pray for all of us that are in this dreaded club of grieving mothers. A club we never wanted, or thought we would ever be a part of. You are not alone and my hope for you is that you can find some sort of comfort in the coming hours, days, weeks & months ahead. Try to remember that our sons were so awesome that God gave them their own wings. Rest now, Jordan, and enjoy your eternal life in Heaven. #Sethsmomma4ever24

 

Tosha Hicks posted on 9/20/20

You will truly be missed jordan

 

Tosha Hicks posted on 9/20/20

I wanted to let Jordan’s mom know we met only once and my name is tosha. Your son was such a free soul and I’m so very sorry some of us who are now sober weren’t able to be there to stop addiction from claiming his life. I will say a prayer for your family. I still live in spiceland if you ever want to stop by and say hello. I’m so sorry

 

Lora Jean Bridegan posted on 9/19/20

Gene (as I knew him) was a cousin. Growing up I was his babysitter on several occasions. He was a cute happy go lucky kid. He had a smile that brightened my day. I pray he rests in peace in our Heavenly Fathers arms. I will also pray for those of his family left behind. May we all meet again on that Heavenly home. Love to all of those he loved and left behind. Remember the good times with Gene. Love Cousin Lora (Addis) Bridegan

 

Brenda Cox posted on 9/19/20

Prayers for God's comfort for family and friends of this young man may God guide each of you daily

 

Tanya Conway posted on 9/19/20

Terri, I am so sorry to hear about your loss! My heart breaks for you and your family. I will keep you in my prayers. ❤️

 

 

Kyle Wallace posted on 9/19/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to Jordan's family and friends during this difficult time right now. I use to work with Jordan at Marsh Supermarket many years ago and Jordan was a great guy and he was a very likeable person and he made people laugh a lot and I know he made me laugh a lot during the times me and Jordan worked together at Marsh Supermarket. I'm very surprise and in shock and disbelieve that Jordan has passed away and not on this Earth anymore but the memories of Jordan live on forever inside of us all and he'll never be forgotten and he will live on forever in our hearts and I'll never forget him and all the memories I had with him at Marsh Supermarket and the times we hong out together outside of Marsh Supermarket those many years ago. I'm truly sorry for the loss of Jordan Walker and my heart goes out to Jordan's family and friends at this time right now and my heart is very sad right now during this difficult time to hear and see the sad news of Jordan Walker passing. Prayers will be sent to Jordan's family members and friends during this time right now.

 

Anthony Nash posted on 9/18/20

I'm saddened at the passing of your Father. Much Love to the man that brought such a beautiful person into this world and made it better. Many Blessing to you Laura and May You heal from all the Grief that you feel at that time. <3 Much love to you and all you your family. <3

 

Dar Saylor posted on 9/18/20

Terri I’m so sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

 

 

Christy Tompkins posted on 9/18/20

Lucy and family, I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Tom & Juliet Whiteman posted on 9/15/20

We have been privileged to know Al Robinson and his family at least for the last 22 years - living just across the street in Muncie. He was always an involved member of the local community at several levels. Our oldest child played on the Delta High School Tennis Team at the same time his sons played doubles in the State Finals. Our sincere condolences to all of Al's family - Al will be greatly missed. Tom & Juliet Whiteman

 

Bonnie Bell posted on 9/13/20

Oh Connie! So sorry for your terrible loss. Sending you hugs & prayers!

 

Steve Canter posted on 9/13/20

We had lots of fun racing over the years Pete and me and our Dad's looked forward to every weekend visiting and just good old fun not knowing at the time it would be a life time of memories ! Only the best to your family Steve Canter

 

Lynn Klingensmith Sciscoe posted on 9/12/20

Sad to hear of his passing. He will be missed and never forgotten. So many memories with him and the whole Tooley family. He was a good friend to dad. Muncie won't be the same anymore.

 

Jennifer Hobson posted on 9/12/20

Lots of fun memories in that household. So sorry for your loss many prayers for you and your family.

 

Molly Collins Beardsley posted on 9/12/20

Peter, Gretchen, Pam and Amy, I am so sorry for your loss. I know you have many fun family memories. Your dad was a man of God so you have the comfort of knowing where he is.

 

Kathy Bolton-Abbott posted on 9/12/20

To the entire Tooley family, I am so sorry to hear of Mr Tooley’s passing. I loved seeing him at Amy’s house for holidays, he was always so personable and talkative. Clearly, he loved and enjoyed his grandkids. I wish you all peace and love.

 

Steve & Anna Douthitt posted on 9/12/20

We are so sorry to you Connie and the boys for you're loss. Steve was a good neighbor and friend. He was a great guy. He will be missed by all. Steve & Anna Douthitt

 

Kathy & Eddy Cabello posted on 9/11/20

Amanda may you and your family cherish the fond memories of your grandmother. Praying for God's peace during this time.

 

Ruth Rathbun Zicht posted on 9/10/20

So sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers! Tom always had a fun personality and a great smile! Always enjoyed being around Sharon, Tom, and Mike growing up. My dad, his Uncle, always thought a lot of Tom. Sending love and hugs to his family!

 

Patricia Sponcy posted on 9/10/20

Steve was a nice guy, always pleasant, always said hi, a hard worker and will be missed

 

 

Jeanine Green posted on 9/10/20

I’m so sorry, my thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Judy Matthews posted on 9/10/20

Melinda, dear friend, I am so very sorry. I can not begin to imagine how you and the boys are feeling. And words that I may say will help. But I will keep you and yours in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jeremy Garringer posted on 9/10/20

You will be missed Ryan. You were a really nice guy. I know your family and work family will miss you greatly. You got your wings now. Stretch them out my friend. Until we meet again.

 

Angie Daly posted on 9/10/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

 

Jwahir Rahim posted on 9/10/20

My love and prayers to the family

 

Preston K. Cross Jr. posted on 9/10/20

Corey, Lindsay, and the rest of the family. I am so sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you and give you peace.

 

Angie Daugherty posted on 9/10/20

Connie, Corey, and Dustin, I am so sorry for your loss. When I started babysitting Corey and Dustin a long time ago, Steve and Connie both were amazing people, they welcomed me into their home and made me feel like I was part of the family. Steve was a great guy. Connie, you are an amazing and beautiful inside and out, I am so sorry to hear about Steve's passing. You and the boys are in my thoughts and prayers. Please don't hesitate to get ahold of me if you need me. I love you guys!

 

Betty Millspaugh McBride posted on 9/10/20

To all the Hershey kids, Condolences at the loss of your Mom. You had her a very long time. Cherish your memories. They will serve you in your time of grief. May God bless and peace toall.

 

 

LA posted on 9/10/20

So sorry for your loss Missy.

 

Tammie Stewart posted on 9/10/20

Keeping you and your family in my prayers Melinda! I know your heart is in such sorrow! Praying that God will comfort you.

 

Joe Goldsborough and Kristen Stinson posted on 9/10/20

Andrew, Chandler, Matt, Melinda and family. We are so so very sorry for your loss. Our hearts are truly broken for all of you. We are always here for anything you need. We love all of you. ❤️

 

Wendy posted on 9/9/20

Best Gran in the world! I know she is dancing on that street of gold & enjoying herself immensely!! Probably hasn’t stopped laughing since she arrived! She was a cheerleader and prayer warrior to me for 50 years and of course will be greatly missed. ❤️

 

Lisa Arnold posted on 9/9/20

Melinda, I am so sorry for your loss. May God grant you peace and comfort during this sad time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Dana B. posted on 9/9/20

Melinda, my heart is broken for your shattered heart. You and your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Kelly Drumm CDM, CFPP posted on 9/9/20

Ryan was a great guy! So very sorry to hear of his passing. With Deepest Sympathy. Kelly Drumm Class of "86"

 

Janalie Markley posted on 9/9/20

Ted, Julie, and family, so sorry for your loss. Lots of memories of her and our old neighborhood! May God give you all comfort and peace at this difficult time.

 

Michael Smith posted on 9/9/20

To Ted, Julie and family, I was saddened to hear of your mother’s passing. When I, my brother Tom and sister Kathy, were little we all knew her as Aunt Jean and your dad as Uncle Joe as he was my Uncle Jim’s brother. I have fond memories of your mom and dad. I am sorry I can’t be with you as I live in Florida.

 

 

Sherri Richardson posted on 9/9/20

Julie, I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. It’s always hard to lose a parent. Your mom was always so sweet and I enjoyed seeing her whenever I ran into somewhere. Love Sherri

 

Pat and Kerry Zebendon posted on 9/9/20

My husband and I taught in Jean's building for many years. She was such a kind,sweet,soft spoken lady. She always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. Please know your family is in our yhoughts and prayers. May God surround you with his grace.

 

 

teresa covington posted on 9/8/20

Melinda, Andrew, Matt, Chandler and Carson - so sorry for your loss. you are in my thoughts and prayers

 

John Lozar posted on 9/8/20

Julie & Blake, sorry to hear of Jean's passing. Julie, I don't think I will forget some of her calls to you where she was really concerned about something & wanted your advice on what to do. Such a nice lady. Was always a pleasure to have her stop in from time to time. Condolences to you & family. John Lozar

 

Rex Burke posted on 9/7/20

Doug brought a light into every room he entered, his smile. We will all miss him so much, Mikey will miss him most of all. You have my sympathy. Take care dear friend.

 

Shirley McFee posted on 9/7/20

Sorry about Mearl's passing. We graduated in same class - 1952 Yorktown H.S.

 

Robert and Nancy Poffenbarger posted on 9/7/20

Thinking of Tom, I fondly remember Ray and Thelma. Ray delivering bread to the school during my first teaching job. Thelma living on Cottage Ave in Middletown. In my younger days visiting their home across from the State Police Post in Redkey was good family time. Seeing Tom for the last time at our reunion a few years ago reminds me of happy times. We had a nice visit. I cherish the picture of us taken on that day. Seeing him infrequently never dimmed my appreciation for him as my cousin. We can only imagine the feelings now of those closest to him. May they find comfort in all good thoughts and memories. Rest in Peace, dear cousin Tom. Bob (and Nancy) Poffenbarger

 

 

Sheila Watkins posted on 9/7/20

Doug, Your enthusiasm for living & loving the moment always gave me a smile & hope for the next day. Hugs to Mike. I am honored to have had you in my life. Blessings to Mike

 

 

Heather Fierce posted on 9/7/20

Bearcat mansion ♥️

 

Rosemary and Steve Pratt posted on 9/6/20

We will miss your smile and your zest for life. Your love for Mike and all your family and friends. I am sure your feline Oscar will miss you too but Mike will take good care of him so don’t worry. So sorry for your loss Mike! We love you!

 

 

Angie Latham posted on 9/6/20

You are painfully missed and loved beyond words. Always a smile and a hug. I am blessed to have met you and been a part of your wild tribe. ❤️

 

Jennifer posted on 9/6/20

Very saddened to hear the news of Dougs Passing. I met Doug several years ago at a brilliant gathering called the Harvest Moon of some.mutual friends. From there, a recent grad i was from Bsu, i attended several gatherings with several lovely people i now call family. Dougs voice was radiant, he was eloquent and had an amazing range of music taste. I will never ever be able to listen to Lenord Cohen and not think of sweet dougie. Michael and his many friends, may you all find some peace and my condelences to all. Luv Jennifer

 

Denise (McGinnis) Sutherland posted on 9/5/20

Much love and caring to family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. The Harris family was one of the great old families in Victorville. I am sure he will be missed.

 

Ralph and Jane Waddell posted on 9/5/20

Sorry to hear of Mearl’s passing

 

Junior and Chris Byrd posted on 9/4/20

Our sympathy is with the family.

 

Kendra Grover McCaffrey posted on 9/4/20

Family of Lisa Brown Young, I remember hanging out with Lisa. She was a very sweet person and I loved being around her and her family. Please know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Barb King posted on 9/4/20

Soooo many memories from our friendship over sooo many years. The most gregarious man I have ever met. He made many people feel special and loved to hear them laughing and enjoying life. We live we die we feed the fire something Doug always said. I will be getting side car fixings to celebrate your life from a afar. Always a part of what made me me! You will be missed by so many. Sorry for your loss Mike you are forever in my thoughts

 

Jeff Warner posted on 9/3/20

Edna, Lana, & Karen, I am saddened of the news of Genes passing and I will keep you in my prayers. The wonderful memories I have of the days at Immanuel will always be with me. Your family will always have a special place in my heart. The blessing is that Gene is with Jesus now! God Bless You All!

 

Julie wine posted on 9/3/20

I loved her spark and her laugh. One of the first people I met at lifetouch. She was my lead on second shift. We worked hard but had fun . I will remember the birthday cakes. Do It each of our special days. The kind words. Great training and how she made you feel a part of the team. Lisa had a big . She will be forever missed.

 

Lane and Barbara Fairchild posted on 9/3/20

Jeff, Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time. We believe he is in a better place. We love you folks very much.

 

Shirley Moore posted on 9/2/20

Gerry was my head nurse when I started working in psychiatry in 1982. She always treated me well and I learned a lot from her. Many fond memories of working with her.

 

Michael & Linda Abrell posted on 9/2/20

It's a Sad Day !! Mearl Guinn was somehow involved in the Town of Yorktown history for years. He was everywhere !! It was our Pleasure to know this Friendly Man !!!

 

sandy collins posted on 9/2/20

prayers to all your family. Iknow how close you were to your dad and how much you love him. just look to Jesus for peace! Love Sandy

 

Debbie Baker posted on 9/2/20

Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family

 

Delilah (Huddleston) Eiler posted on 9/1/20

Brad, So sorry for your family’s loss. In my thoughts and prayers.

 

Richard Williams posted on 9/1/20

l grew up with Roger on 26th st. in Muncie. He was a great person and was a good friend through my high school years at Muncie Central. He was also an avid Bearcat fan. May he RIP

 

Russell and Sheila Adair posted on 8/31/20

Sheila and I send are condolences today for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family thru this time of loss and grieving.

 

euriah posted on 8/31/20

i miss you dad

 

Nancy Motsenbocker posted on 8/31/20

From the Class of '57, our deepest sympathy to JoEllen and family. Roger will be remembered as a valuable classmate from our high school days to recent memories of reunions and other Class get togethers. As a Class we are always saddened at the passing of our beloved classmate. RIP, Roger.

 

Janet Epperson Wright posted on 8/31/20

Mr. Macy was my 7th grade science teacher. Mr. Macy was the reason I enjoyed my 3 years as teaching assistant in the Geography department at Ball State University. Rest in Peace Mr. Macy knowing that you touched lives of thousand of children.

 

Janet Epperson Wright posted on 8/31/20

Sondra and Denice I am so sorry for your loss. Will always remember the beautiful curly headed boy. Have felt a member of the family since a very young age on Vine St. Rest In Peace John.

 

Ramona Bernard posted on 8/31/20

Dan, so sorry to hear about your father passing. My prayers are with you and yours.

 

Timothy Roberts posted on 8/31/20

Brad, Kerry and family. You have our sincere condolences. You will be in our prayers. Tim & Claranna

 

Retia Hollowell posted on 8/30/20

Jo Ellen and family, so sorry to hear of Rogers passing. Prayers for your family. I know what your are going through and two years later it is still hard.

 

Liz Seidel posted on 8/30/20

Dear Trudy: my sincere condolences to you upon Ernie's passing. He was a "force" in the School of Music. And -- John and I were honored to have him write a piece for solo trombone and piano for us. Thoughts and prayers to you as you travel down this most difficult path of life.

 

 

Penny Cobb posted on 8/29/20

Brad & Kerry, so sorry to hear about your loss. We will be keeping all of your family in our prayers. Love you all! Rowena, Mark, Jennifer, Jill, Penny and families.

 

Jeannie Hermerding posted on 8/29/20

Paula...just now seeing this. So very sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of both your father and mother from our high school days. My condolences to you and your family.

 

Larry & Sarah Adams posted on 8/29/20

Joellen,Brad, Scott and family we were so sorry to hear of Rogers passing. We had so many memories of good times over the years. Our love goes out to you and your family

 

Jerri Richardson posted on 8/29/20

I am so so very sorry Jo Ellen. I’ve been through it. I know you will need your friends and family even more now. Count me as one you can always count on.

 

Virginia Puckett posted on 8/29/20

Joellen I am so sorry to hear about Roger’s passing. He was always a special person. Keep yourself busy, it will help the lonely You will feel. I will pray the healing will go well.

 

Virginia Puckett [email protected] posted on 8/29/20

JoEllen, I am so sorry to read about Roger. He is so much better now. I have always said I would love to have Jim back but not he has to hurt again. I suggest you stay busy. That is how I helped with Jim’s passing. I pray there is quick help with the pain you are going through.

 

Dave Clark posted on 8/29/20

Roger was my Best Man at my wedding. On my return visits to Muncie from my California home, the first person I ALWAYS wanted to visit was Roger. He would take me on car rides all over Delaware Co to show me how the area had changed in the 60+ yrs I had been gone. I will miss seeing & visiting Roger. A tremendous guy.

 

Jill Bennett posted on 8/29/20

Jo Ellen, Brad, Scott and family, Joe and I are so sorry for your loss. I have so many wonderfully memories growing up and the fun times our families had together. You are all in our thoughts and prayers!

 

 

Brother Houston posted on 8/29/20

I miss you with all my heart, man! We carry on your brotherly love everyday. You have left huge impressions on me and the way I live life. You were an angel here on earth.. just with a stash and some leather.. Now you are watching over us and the years have past so fast. You are missed. You are loved still!

 

Cheryl Taylor posted on 8/29/20

Sorry to hear of your loss, Cheryl and Betty

 

Jim Frasier posted on 8/28/20

Enjoyed working with Roger, we shared many laughs every day. Enjoyed his witty aproach to get through many difficult situations and usually with a touch of humor. Prays for all his famiy members. Wish I could attend his visitation, but because of my age and health just can't,SORRY!!

 

Cherryll Jennings posted on 8/28/20

Jo Ellen I'm so sorry for you loss . You had a wonderful guy . Please know you and your family will be in my prayers may God be with you Love Cherryll

 

Donna, Gary and family posted on 8/28/20

Denise and family so sorry for your loss. We are praying and thinking about you today. But we are unable to attend as I am waiting on surgery and unable leave home. Love you all You have always been a great cousin and deserve the best When we all get Heaven we will shout the victory.

 

sherry mason posted on 8/28/20

Baaaaby 2 year's today , miss you terribly. Planning on coming to Muncie soon ,to visit you. Always Sherry Niagra Falls today

 

Ann Bonhomme Thomas and Family posted on 8/27/20

My deepest sympathies to you all in the passing of Barb. I'll never forget when Ann and I were at the same tennis camp and my Dad knew her laugh as it echoed up the stairwell. Love, laughter and a good story is what I remember. May peace be with you at this time.

 

Sandra Kirchoff Golub posted on 8/27/20

Dear Family, we were so sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. She was such a special person - I just remember her constantly with a smile on her face, and laughing. She was so special. I am thinking of you all, and so so sorry for your loss.

 

Edward Alexander posted on 8/27/20

Dear Nesper Families: My family and I offer sincere condolences over the loss of Paul. Dr. Nesper and my Father, Dick Alexander, started their academic careers at Ball State Teachers College at the same time. Paul and Bernice were good friends, bridge players and pals of my parents for over 30 years. Peace be with all of you.

 

Erin Fox posted on 8/26/20

I am so glad I had the pleasure of getting to know John and Denise during my short time with him. I looked forward to each of my visits and sharing laughs with John. I am so sorry for his families loss.

 

 

Rita Wolowski Stoker posted on 8/26/20

My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Donald Scott posted on 8/26/20

Don Scott remembers Frank well as he was a regular customer at his barbershop in Selma. They shared family talk and he was an avid supporter of the Wapahani Band Our sympathy to the family! God bless

 

 

Steven Rodeffer posted on 8/25/20

One of my fondness memories was his first visit at the night lighting at Mount Rushmore Keystone South Dakota.

 

Doug & Jean Stong posted on 8/25/20

Saundra, So sorry to hear of your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Anita Walker posted on 8/25/20

Eric and I pray for comfort and peace for the entire family.

 

Mohammad and Nancy Behforouz posted on 8/25/20

Dear Trudy, Anton, Francesca and Stefan Our deep and sincere condolences on the passing of your wonderful father and dear husband, Ernie. He was a dear friend to us and a great neighbor. We will miss him tremendously. We remember many great gatherings and enjoyable times that we had with him and you, Trudy. I enjoyed our gatherings for bridge, having desserts and drinks and listening to the wonderful music before bridge. Often I was the only non-music person. While they were all discussing the piece of music that we were hearing in minute detail, I enjoyed the music conversation, not having a clue about the piece of music. In their discussions about music, often Ernie was the most knowledgeable about the music. Of course I always enjoyed playing bridge with him at the Bridge Club. All the friends at the bridge liked Ernie. Once, while we were playing bridge he gave me an inappropriate response. On the way home I asked him why he answered my bid that way. He said, because he has too many music notes going around in his head. Of course, he was well known as a fine music teacher among his colleagues and students and an accomplished composer. We will all miss him sorely.

 

Cindy Curtis posted on 8/24/20

Debbie I am so sorry for your loss I have lost some of my own as you know so I know how painful this is for you I'm almost always available if you ever want someone to just talk to or have coffee. Your friend always ...

 

Rhonda Coleman posted on 8/24/20

I'm so very sorry for your loss. I wish I had known him better and longer. He sounds like such a wonderful person and will be missed. God watch over you & keep you in his peace.

 

Steve and Eleanor Selby posted on 8/24/20

Eleanor and I were so sorry to see this. God Bless you and your family. Take care and know you are in our prayers.

 

JILL BROOKS posted on 8/24/20

Debbie and family, I'm so sorry to hear about Adam. You have been through so much over the past few years. I cant imagine what you're going through. I pray for peace and comfort for you.

 

Tonya Dunsmore posted on 8/24/20

I had the pleasure of knowing Junior & loved the few years that I got to interact with him & hear his stories. He always made me smile & laugh. What a wonderful fun loving, respectable man he was! My condolences to his family & may God give you all comfort. Love to you Junior, may you rest in peace.

 

Diann Waggoner Garnett posted on 8/24/20

So very sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing, Stefan and Fran. Sending love to you in this difficult time.

 

Karen Torres posted on 8/24/20

Condolences to the family...RIP Steve..ur truly going to be missed with ur with jokes

 

Amy Edmonds posted on 8/23/20

I met him after he retired from Ball State, when he donated books and scores to the Ball State library. He was kind and sweet and sharp even at an advanced age. My condolences to all who knew and loved him.

 

Larry & Pam Besser posted on 8/23/20

Denise, Girls & Sandra. Larry & I were so sorry to read about John's passing this moring. We have lots of good memories of your family as neighbors many years ago. Shawna and our Eric were so cute together. Larry has good memories of him and John and Fred working together. I remember Shawna called Eric "Airwick" LOL! That has always stuck with me. Hugs to all of you and please tell Sandra we are praying for you all and that the Lord will hold you in His arms during this difficult time. Larry & Pam Besser

 

Chaz and Teresa Smith posted on 8/23/20

Extending our deepest condolence to Denise, Shawna, Melissa, his Mother Saundi and the entire family. John always gave 100% to everything he did. He was a Master Electrician and a loving husband, father, grandfather and son.

 

Mistie Moles posted on 8/23/20

Denise, sorry for you and your family... I pray that God comforts you and your family during this and in the days ahead.

 

Phil & Julie Hulse posted on 8/22/20

Steve has been an inspiration to us. Even with all of the health challengeshe has experienced over the years, he still maintained a positive attitude and praise to his heavenly father. Even though he is asleep now, he recently mentioned to us that he was looking forward to Jesus soon second coming. We will continue to pray for his family, who are awesome. Steve will be missed by us all.

 

Barbara "Bobbie" (Brittain) Hickman posted on 8/22/20

I never knew Carolyn personally but often heard Johnny's sister Alice Tracy talk about Carolyn and Johnny. Alice and Bob were neighbors to my family for many years. May God bless you all with wonderful memories of Carolyn.

 

Pat Hellman posted on 8/22/20

Al was a great friend of mine from the Y and church. He will be greatly missed. My condolences and my prayers to his family. He is certainly enjoying the fruits of his labors in heaven now as we think of him. God bless all of you.

 

Susan Ashby posted on 8/22/20

Rest easy Adam

 

Marilyn J Marks posted on 8/21/20

Dear Trudy, Please accept my sympathy upon the death of your husband. I remember his graciousness upon my visits to your home. Sincerely, Marilyn Marks

 

Deborah, Nathan and Zachary Malitz posted on 8/21/20

The Malitz Family sends it’s heartfelt condolences to the family of Ernesto. He was a gifted artist and we know how much Roger enjoyed collaborating musically with Ernesto and we valued his friendship. He was an exemplary colleague and was always a charming and courtly presence. We are grateful that his music will live on.

 

Johnette & Hoyt posted on 8/21/20

Debbie, Eric and Family, There are no words to even come close to how saddened we were to hear about Adam. Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers! I cannot imagine the heartbreak you are going through!!! Love and hugs,

 

Kimberley Fadely posted on 8/21/20

I remember him when I moved back to Indiana he became friends with my children when I moved in with my mother for a short time they were neighbors. He was just a young kid but Im very sorry for your loss it is one a parent will struggle with but keep your son that is left with you to lean on and things will get better as time goes by.

 

Paul & Cathy Newport posted on 8/21/20

Oh Judy, we were so deeply sorry to hear of Al’s passing. He is admired for his faith & contributions to our church community. May God bless you & your family at this time of loss.

 

C/TSgt B. Mast, CAP posted on 8/21/20

I'm very sorry to hear of your loss. My family and I will be in prayers for your family and extended family.

 

Chris Spaulding posted on 8/20/20

Cherish life...leave a lasting mark reflecting a positive message of hope and progress

 

Don & Ramona Stetson posted on 8/20/20

Ramona & I extend our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. May your memories bring you comfort.

 

Barb Jay Wilmoth posted on 8/20/20

The the family of Carolyn...our deepest sympathies to everyone. I remember our days together there at St. Paul's UM Church. The joy we had together in the choir with Gerald Garrett as our director. The joy that came from her voice on those Sunday mornings, was quite a pleasure to sing with her. R I P my dear....

 

Ralph and Jane Waddell... Morrison Woods posted on 8/20/20

Sorry. To hear about Steve

 

 

Ashleigh Kopsho posted on 8/19/20

Steve was such a kind soul. He always made me feel welcome and wanted. I always looked forward to bantering back and forth with him. He had a way to make you feel comfortable and calm. Every tie I saw him even when years had passed he always greeted me by calling me Buford because he knew it would get me going. I remember when the keurig coffee pots first came out we both had one and he made sure every time he saw me to ask if I had cleaned it out and made sure I was using the correct products for it, and never missed making me a cup when I was at his house. He was loved respected and admired, he will be missed greatly.

 

Elaine Mathews posted on 8/19/20

Judy and family - I was so saddened on hearing about Al’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed seeing Al at church and I admire him for all he has done. We will all miss him, but especially you. May God be with you and comfort you.

 

Debbie Parker Mohn posted on 8/19/20

Sending prayers to the Robinson family, so sorry to hear this news. Mr. Robinson was a 'handball' friend of my father, John Parker, who passed away last year on the same day, August 15th. We were so grateful Mr. Robinson visited him in the hospital before his passing. I know Al will be missed by many!

 

Ed and Janet Guerra posted on 8/19/20

Our Brother In Christ has been taken too soon. Rest In Peace Al. May the Angels and Saints comfort all the family as we have you all in our prayers.

 

 

Stephanie C Ruddick posted on 8/19/20

I'm so very sorry for your loss!! I absolutely loved Marilyn!!! She was a sweetheart!!!

 

Sherry & Eugene Wilber posted on 8/19/20

So sorry to hear of Carolyn’s passing. She was always such a sweetheart. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

 

 

patrick oconnell posted on 8/19/20

Prayers and thoughts for the family and friends. He will be missed here on earth but we'll join him again at the glorious final home.

 

Dave Flannery posted on 8/19/20

I am truly sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family thru this tough time. Al was quite the gentleman and will be truly missed.

 

Adrienne jones posted on 8/19/20

Your family are in my prayers, so sorry for your lose. Al was a special guy

 

Donald Jackie Kerrigan posted on 8/19/20

Johnny we are so sorry for your loss our Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family.

 

 

Tina Cook posted on 8/19/20

(Marty Walker and family) I’m wishing you peace to bring comfort, and courage to face the days a head and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.♥️

 

 

Donata S Boyle posted on 8/19/20

Rest easy our hearts are broken. But, you are in heaven with our son and walking again. No more pain. Love, Donata (Johnson) Boyle, Pam, Jim, Mary, Hannah & Wesley, Josh & Vanessa and Ethan & Caroline Johnson.

 

Les Steward Sr posted on 8/19/20

Marilyn was one of the sweetest people I have ever had the privilege of knowing.Missy introduced me to her many years ago and she always had a kind word as well as a quick wit that can match my sense of humor. I am positive that Marilyn, Missy and Cris are together right now, sitting around a table and talking animatedly, probably about all the ones they cared about. I, for one, will miss her deeply and keep her memory alive as I relive the conversations we've had over the years.

 

Tim Cumings posted on 8/19/20

May you Rest In Peace. You will always be a mother figure in the hearts of all your Indian Village kids.

 

 

Arlene baker posted on 8/18/20

Rip Mr Clifford

 

 

Elizabeth Davis posted on 8/17/20

Al will be missed! He was always nice to me as an Employer, you don’t get that too often anymore! Pizza King will definitely miss you!!! Prayers to the family as I know what you are going through all too well!!!! You will always be in my heart!!!

 

Dan Telle Jr posted on 8/17/20

Condolences to the Robinsons from Dan and Shirese Telle. We Love you and always felt loved by you. Uncle Al was one of those that always seemed bigger than life. Love

 

 

Bob posted on 8/17/20

Always in my thoughts and heart

 

 

Jeff Halstead posted on 8/17/20

RIP my Long time friend. May God Bless you and wrap his loving Arms around you.

 

Ed Burgauer posted on 8/15/20

Don was a great guy. I have known him all my life. We were K-12 Burris kids. My memories of him were a kind, honest, unlimited giver of his time and energy. When I learned Don was Sick I was brokenhearted and even more so now. I will never forget going to his childhood home to swim on the last day of school each year! I will cherish my memories of Don the rest of my life and feel blessed to have known such a great role model for all these years.

 

Lori Foreman posted on 8/15/20

Andy and Family, So sorry to hear of your loss. Always will remember your mom with fondness and her generosity of letting us congregate at North Vernon. Such great unforgettable memories. Her chuckle would make you smile even on a bad day. Our deepest sympathizes, Love , Gary & Lori

 

Sandra Doyle posted on 8/14/20

The Optimists locally, District, and International will miss this kind man. He was always willing to serve.

 

Jim and Nancy Wean Reece posted on 8/14/20

Don’s death is a real loss for College Avenue Church. He stepped right up to help in many areas plus he did the extras behind the scenes without being asked. He had a servant’s heart. He will be missed.

 

Sherrill White posted on 8/13/20

When I was first hired at BMH as a unit secretary, I worked on Psychiatry with Geri. She was always such a great nurse and cared so much for the patients she helped. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Sherrill White posted on 8/13/20

We are keeping you in our thoughts and praying that you find comfort, knowing that the light of your loved one continues to shine on in everyone who was blessed by her caring touch. Faithfully, Delaware County Nursing Honor Guard

 

Maude Covalt Swearingen posted on 8/12/20

I always admired my Cousin Don. He was the nicest guy with a heart of gold and always willing to help others. Now he can reunite with the other family members in Heaven. We will always remember you cousin Don with much love.

 

Essie Johnson posted on 8/11/20

I was Don's Vice President of Optimist International when he was governor of the district. Don was the hardest worker I had. He was very involved in serving children, his club, and his district. Don loved his family. He will surely be missed.

 

Kelly Shrock posted on 8/11/20

I enjoyed serving on the Alpha Center Board with Don. He was engaged in the community and enjoyed serving others. I always appreciated Don's smile and his sense of humor. He will be missed.

 

Pat and Lynne Hellman posted on 8/11/20

With our deepest sympathy to Marilyn and the family. Our son Steve was a member of Goldman's BMX Team in the 1980's. We always enjoyed talking to DeWayne and appreciated his support of our son and BMX. Those were fun years!!

 

Eric W. Roberts posted on 8/11/20

I was in Mr. Macy’s science class in the 7th grade at McKinley Middle school. Honestly I hated science but after a few weeks in his class he made it so enjoyable. I’m 56 now and I still have one of the projects that we worked on. Thank you for be a great role model to me. RIP Mr. Macy

 

Patti Cannon posted on 8/11/20

Betty, Scott and I are so very saddened to learn of the passing of Eldon. In the short time we spent with the two of you, we learned so very much and the Lord made a place in our hearts for both of you. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending our love, Scott and Patti Cannon

 

carolyn minnick and husband chuck paul posted on 8/11/20

sympathy to her family

 

Steve Shondell posted on 8/11/20

Don was one of the finest gentlemen I have ever known. A true servant of Christ. Finest usher in College Avenue United Methodist Church history. First to arrive and last to leave. Don lived to help and serve others. He was a great example how to live life and was taken to Heaven far to early. If there ever was an Angel on earth, it was Don Covalt. He will be missed by all who new him! A truly great man!

 

Patti posted on 8/10/20

I was shocked to learn of your passing Rainbow. Now, you will always be that rainbow and the sunshine will keep shining till we meet again someday. Rest easy my friend. Love Sunshine

 

Randy Robinson posted on 8/10/20

We are so sad to hear about Don's passing. Our thoughts are with the family and the Optimist will surely miss Don's laugh and contributions. I was so happy to have been able to assist Don in his year as Governor and will treasure our friendship and Optimism.

 

Steve and Emily Smith posted on 8/10/20

We are still thinking about Richard and Ruth. They were a great pair. Ruth would think of something and Richard would chip in and together they would make it happen. They were much fun to share life with. Who would have thought they became friends thru Steve putting in new bay windows. And at Christmas they worked their magic to fill them with lovely things. What an example they set to us. We know if they meant that much to us how much the family will miss them. The Smiths

 

Kevin Spurgeon posted on 8/10/20

I am sorry for your loss. Colleen and John made big impression on a young 14 and 15 year old boy. They were kind beyond any level an instructor has to be. In 1971 when John was working for the U.S. Treasury in Washington D.C. I was one of a small group of young men who just happened to be my friends were invited to stay a week with them. During the day Colleen would take us to all the historical places she could fit into a week. In the evening John and Colleen would take us to a nice restaurant and one evening we ended up at the Kennedy Center to into the rock opera “ Jesus Christ Superstar “ Over the years I would run across Colleen and it was always a pleasure to see her again even though she could brutally honest. As her family I hope you cherish the good memories her 92 years with us all allowed. Please accept my condolences. I still have a bracelet she gave for being a good student. It has my name engraved on it and the words of Descartes, “ I think, therefore I am.”

 

William H Evans posted on 8/9/20

Inspiring Teacher. I am one of the 7th grade students that MR Macy taught science to and was thrilled when I found he was to be my home room teacher. I got as close to the front of his desk as I possibly could so I could watch anything he would do. Now at almost 75 I still Have fond memories being in his class. What a wonderful man and teacher he was. We (his students) will miss him and are so thankful for the quality of his teaching. God Bless

 

Richard & Vicki Seymour posted on 8/9/20

We will miss Don's infectious smile, willingness to help and his service at church. To his family, we extend our sympathy.

 

Ralph n Flowers posted on 8/9/20

So sorry for the loss of your daughter Tom. God bless your family.

 

Ralph n Flowers posted on 8/9/20

I had the opportunity to develop a relationship with Don at First Merchants Bank. Don was a man of integrity and had a heart of gold. He was a devout Christian and very caring. I was proud to have known him.May you rest in peace Don. You are now in Gods hands. God bless your family.

 

Richard and Vicki Seymour posted on 8/9/20

We will always remember Don's smile, willingness to help and his interest in his church family. You have our sympathy.

 

Tom Broyles posted on 8/9/20

Seemed like Don was always fast walking around his Rolling Oaks neighborhood; always with a big smile. The world always was a brighter place if your day included meeting up with Don. His choice in cars also brought happiness by just looking at it. He was an optimist!!

 

Terri Willhoite posted on 8/9/20

Sorry for your loss Karen.

 

Dianna Carter Fleming posted on 8/8/20

You were a very special aunt and sister to my Dad. Always fond memories of you, Uncle Red and Marilyn. Will always remember the boxers and our visits when little. Say hi to our dear Marilyn.

 

Ina Elaine Dick posted on 8/8/20

My condolences to the family. Geri was a wonderful lady and nurse. I worked with her at Ball Memorial Hospital for several years on night shift. She was a joy to work with and will be missed.

 

Linda Swartz posted on 8/8/20

Mr. Macy was a very dear man. He lived a couple of door down from my Grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bowman). I am sad that he has passed away. Keep all of your memories in your heart and he will always be with you.

 

Judy (Frizzell) Falls posted on 8/8/20

By the way it was 1958 when Mr. M was my teacher.

 

Judy (Frizzell) Falls posted on 8/8/20

Mr Macy was my science teacher at McKinley. I remember him well. He was a great teacher and my most favorite at that time. I saw him several years ago and he actually remembered me. My sincere condolences to the family.

 

Sam and Judy Koontz (Sparks) posted on 8/7/20

Judy and Linda, Our sister told us of your fathers passing and just wanted to reach out and say how great full we as a family are for your fathers help to our mother. His heart for others was very evident and sincerely appreciated. Your family is a blessing and your love for the Lord is evident to all. Thank you Sam

 

Albert W Minnick posted on 8/7/20

Andy I was sorry to read about your Mother's passing.She was a fine lady and took wonderful care of brother Fletch,Let me know when the graveside service will be if we are invited. Blessings Al and Gail.

 

Angela Routh Martin posted on 8/7/20

My Mom died unexpectedly and a piece of me is gone. I miss you more than words can say Mama. My heart aches for just 1 more hug or a phone call. I will never be the same.

 

Jerry and Carol McConnell and Family posted on 8/7/20

Dear Coats’ Family, We are so sorry to hear of Don s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this sad time. God bless

 

Debi Ramage Rowland posted on 8/6/20

The first time I met Uncle Richard, he took me aside and told me that I was marrying a very special person, his nephew. He was very proud of all that Mark had accomplished. He told me that being married to a physician can be hard and sometimes a bit lonely. He said that I should always remember that if Mark was a bit late for dinner, he was helping people get through what might be the hardest day of their lives. I can’t count the number of times I recalled his advice. He was my hero. Heaven got a great angel. I can only imagine the a Christmas village display he will be building.

 

Harold Pederson posted on 8/5/20

David, so sorry to hear about Bryne. He was such an important part of your life. I have been back in Indiana for a year now, in Columbus. Contact me if you wish to reconnect. [email protected]

 

dana posted on 8/4/20

Jessie and family: We are so very sorry at the loss of your Grandma. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time ~Your PrimeTrust Family

 

Gloria LaGrange posted on 8/3/20

I worked with Judy at Post Office she was a sweet lady and easy to like.Sorry for your loss.

 

Nancy Wean posted on 8/3/20

We were saddened to read about the death of your dear daughter. We join many others as we send condolences and loving support. May you feel God’s loving, peaceful presence as you grieve. Jim and Nancy Wean Reece

 

Nedra Barrett Webb posted on 8/3/20

He was my cousin and very best friend when we were young. He set me up with Ron Bonham when he was assistant on the Muncie Central Basketball team. Love visiting family farm. We shared many memories and I thought of him a lot. Even though we did not see each other much he will be miss my me

 

 

Stacey Coleman posted on 8/2/20

Rest In Heaven Treva. Condolences to the family.

 

Pastor Amos Carmichael posted on 8/1/20

Thanks to the family for allowing me time with your mother as well as to be there at her passing. A lovely caring lady and she will be missed, her family will honor her for many years and I hope trust in her God, Gods Best as you go on with life and prayers for help and peace needed

 

Larry D Johnson posted on 7/31/20

I feel so fortunate to have grown up in the Mt. Pleasant Church with Earl (Jr. as I call him), and his wonderful wife Rosie. Earl was such a great man, and gave his heart to his church, his country, his community, and his family. He will be greatly missed. My heart felt condolences to Rosie, Craig, Brian, and their families.

 

Sharon Jones posted on 7/31/20

Rosalie & Family, May God and your memories of Earl, bring you comfort during this difficult time. With Our Deepest Sympathy, Bud & Sharon Jones

 

Phil Fortner posted on 7/31/20

Tom: I am so sorry for your loss. Take care my friend.

 

Cheryl posted on 7/31/20

I am so sorry for your loss, your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Cheryl Hirst

 

Tim and Kathy Courtney posted on 7/31/20

So sorry for your loss. Your entire family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Daniel Stallings posted on 7/30/20

Peggy and extended family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss of Mat. He was an intelligent, kind and gentle spirit, and so very generous with his love and kindness. He will be missed. We are reaching out with support and caring! ~ Daniel & Lynne Stallings

 

Terry Snyder posted on 7/30/20

So sorry, Tom. Prayers for you and the family and that Kyle has now found peace with her Mom.

 

Maxine Covington posted on 7/30/20

Becky, we are so sorry for the loss of your sister. May God hold you in His arms and comfort you in your time of grief.

 

Logan King posted on 7/29/20

I am so sorry to hear of Kyle’s passing. My thoughts are with Tom, Patrick and Kelsey during this sad time.

 

Harold Roberts posted on 7/29/20

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you.

 

 

Jacinda Johnson posted on 7/29/20

Rest In Peace beautiful angel!

 

 

Delena Davis posted on 7/29/20

I Love You forever Mom. You will truly be missed!

 

Patricia Irwin and Stacy Phillips posted on 7/29/20

The only thing that lives forever is love. With heartfelt sympathy.

 

Vic & Jackie Stuffel posted on 7/29/20

Sorry to hear of the DeWayne's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Kate Crow posted on 7/29/20

Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Barb. She was a lovely woman and I'm glad to have spent some time in her good humor. Peace be with you, Jerry, and all of her family and friends as you move through this grief and loss.

 

 

Sharon Carney posted on 7/29/20

We are very sorry for your loss!

 

Larry and Nicki Johnson Muncie, IN posted on 7/28/20

Due to the covid, we haven't been going out at all. So sorry to hear of George passing, Larry has known him for many years. Please know we are thinking of you and our sympathy goes out to the entire family.

 

Sherry (Donati) Jenkins posted on 7/28/20

Marilyn, I was sorry to hear of DeWayne's passing. May your many warm memories provide you comfort.

 

 

Tina (Burden) Winningham posted on 7/28/20

Our sincerest condolences and prayers are with Diane's family. God bless ✝️

 

Diane Lawrence posted on 7/28/20

I'm so sorry to hear about Mr. Goldman. I am a customer of the shop and live in Selma. He was always ready with his quick wit and a smile. He will be missed.

 

Shelia A Asberry posted on 7/28/20

I am sadden to read about Diana's passing. I met her working at Sears years ago. We immediately became friends. She was one of the most genuine kind people I have ever known. She was good and fair to everyone she met. I feel fortunate to have know her. My heart and love goes out to her sons and husband.

 

Maribeth Mosher Mcelveen posted on 7/28/20

I had the absolute pleasure of traveling abroad to Greece with Matt while we were students at DePauw. He was a consummate gentleman, very kind and seemed to relish every moment of our semester. He was a very special person. To Matt’s wife and children, please accept my deepest condolences.

 

Pam ( Tucker) Douglas. Bud and Phyllis' daughter posted on 7/28/20

My prayers are with the Goldman Family.

 

Jim and Nora Crane posted on 7/27/20

Dear Jerry & Family: Our deepest sympathy.

 

Libby Moistner posted on 7/27/20

My deepest sympathy for you and your family Marilyn. He was a good Guy.

 

Everett Stamper posted on 7/27/20

It was a privilege and blessing to have known Dewayne Goldman, living in Morningside, attending Royerton High School with him, enjoyed our sports events, He was a true redbird, he will be missed, hate not being able to see him one more time before burial, rest in peace Dewayne, go rest high on that mountain my redbird friend.

 

Sherrie posted on 7/27/20

God bless the family of Michelle, So very sorry for your loss.

 

Chuck and Janie Childers posted on 7/27/20

We were so sorry to hear about the passing of Dewayne. We always enjoyed stopping by your table to say hello. We could always count on Dewayne being upbeat with something funny to say. So glad we stopped by your shop and visited with him just a couple of weeks ago. We will miss his smiling face.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 7/27/20

Dailey Family, I'm sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Tom

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 7/27/20

Family of Pam. I'm so sorry for the passing of your mom and loved one. She'd been on my mind a lot lately, thinking I should call her. I didn't know if she had been ill or not. She will be missed. Prayers & Sympathy R.I.P. Pam

 

 

Cindy Miller posted on 7/26/20

Margaret, we are sorry to hear about Rex. Dan was at a car show in Muncie on Saturday when he was told about Rex. We thought a lot of you both, always had fun running around with you. Thinking of you. Dan and Cindy Miller

 

JaeNell Brown posted on 7/26/20

Patty, May God give you the strength to overcome this pain. I am here for you if you need anything.

 

Beverly Fogle Wages posted on 7/26/20

To all of DeWayne’s family ! Very sorry for your loss Dewayne was swell guy.

 

lSharon Dodson Woodruff posted on 7/26/20

Marilyn: So sorry to hear of DeWaynes passing. He will be greatly missed. Thinking of you with prayers and thoughts

 

Roy and Claudia Sneed posted on 7/26/20

So sorry to hear of DeWayne's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Geraldine S. Taylor posted on 7/26/20

Dear Marilyn and family, So sorry to hear of Dewayne's passing. He will be missed by all who knew him. Sympathy and prayers are sent from, Gerry and Rex

 

Dallas and Diane Curtis posted on 7/26/20

I am so sorry to hear about DeWayne's passing. If there is anything at all I can do to assist you in the gigantic task you have ahead of you, please let me know. I cannot imagine what a job that will be while you are grieving. I am sure all of your co-workers at AARP will be willing to help also. Please remember that we love you.

 

Rick Zeigler, President, Historic Farmland USA posted on 7/26/20

Marilyn, we at Historic Farmland USA are so sorry about the passing of your husband, DeWayne. Please accept our sincerest condolences.

 

Larry & Sonja Abbott posted on 7/26/20

Marilyn & family, We were so sorry to hear of DeWayne's passing. He will be missed. Prayers for all of you. God Bless, Larry & Sonja Abbott

 

Kris & Denny Arcand posted on 7/26/20

Marilyn......We were surprised and sorry to hear of Dewayne's passing. We bought our bicycles at the shop and had such friendly service there. We also had connections through dancing at the Alexandria Eagles. Best wishes to you as you navigate the path ahead.

 

Mary Ann Thiery posted on 7/25/20

Peggy, Noelle, Carly, Leah and Adam, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mat. Such a wonderful man. You are all in my prayers and may God be with all of you as you go through these next weeks and months

 

 

Margie Robbins Conway posted on 7/25/20

I am deeply saddened to learn of Pam's passing. Memories prevail, there are many of her and Larry, and I will cherish them. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. May peace be with you all.

 

steve schell posted on 7/25/20

Jerry and John: I was stunned upon hearing of Barbara's passing. I am saddened by the loss of this wonderful woman. My thoughts are with you.

 

Pam Harwood posted on 7/25/20

My deepest sympathy to you Peggy and your family. Matt was a treasured colleague at BSU and I remember fondly teaching with him in an honors course. He will be missed deeply and is a beloved soul. Peace and warm memories to you and your family, Pam

 

 

Myles Robey Thornburg posted on 7/25/20

Obviously a great man who created things used to create things. I have many fond memories of my time in the area where the Irving family flourished. My father recently passed and I was thinking about Jeff Irving, a son to a great man, and what our fathers may have wanted. My father made a relatively low salary for all he contributed to each person he touched with his wisdom during his tenure as an English professor at Ball State University. My father also created things that created things, but not in the form of concrete materials actually. My father passed on the great ideas that have shored up our culture of belief in what it means to be admired. I think about my father, and Jeff Irving’s father and I feel small in comparison. My father died with little, but enough money, and I’ll inherit nothing other than the ideas and principles that we should all investigate and remember. The Jeff Irving I remember from my younger years was a friend to me from the beginning because he was raised well without wanting and found the occasion to actually consider others. This is the friend I remember. This is the friend I want to remember. This is the friend I am going to remember. I write here, thanking Mr Irving, who I did not know, but did certainly enjoy the benefits of his contributions to the area where I grew up. This is my chance to thank him for something I may not have thought of much before, but now remember. Like Jeff Irving, I have a father who has recently passed. My father’s name was Thomas R. Thornburg, and he “dug in” with his many students and BSU in Muncie, separating the particular ingredients a person might use to create something. Thomas Thornburg handed over the proper materials for not only mind building, but character, as did Mr. Irving, memorialized here. Jeff Iriving is heir time a dynasty, and I remember Jeff as my friend who helped me in passing moments as a kind company. I believe Jeff inherited the characteristics of a great man - so much so do I believe this that I all but expect it. I don’t know Jeff’s personal business, but I have faith in him to overcome much. I have faith in the whole Irving family to understand all greet men, like Mr. Irving of Eaton IN, who we write here to remember. Sometimes when go very low- so deep in refuse we might otherwise walk on, sinking, it sometimes seems to the lowest possible point man might be buried- beneath what seems impossible levels of low- we find we’ve struck a natural spring that simply will not stop flowing. The giant, ugly hole we kept digging and digging fills up seemingly overnight from God’s own fresh spring gushing the life quenching purity of what was already already beneath. When you look out on the glassy, liquid surface of of natural spring fed former stone quarries and consider what giant ugly hole was once created there in the name of building, remember what clarity and purée was was always already gurgling and ready to gush it trickle forth as one of the fundamental necessities of life, but for one reason or another had to be stopped up so one or another type of business (the business of building) might continue, profiting so many so much. There, beneath the slick surface of Irving’s Water Bowl and others, is the digging and hard work of all who followed Mr. Irving and IMI, building each, in some way, connection to greatness that will last, for many of us forever, set in stone, like concrete. Remember to remember what’s beneath the appearances of seemingly magical slick surfaces: hard work. Some of us slip and fall in holes and sometimes the hole we fall in is so big we are provided the fresh spring water of God we might never have discovered. It’s funny how God works. I celebrate the life of Mr. Irving, a very great man I never met, but grew up benefitting from in the Muncie, Eaton, IN area. Funny, my mother taught at Eaton Elementary and died too poor to pay for a funeral, but one was somehow provided by Meeks Mortuary and others. Funny, how God works. The once accepted concept of God-given humours are the materials that may make us. Built by HIM, we live humbly, our selves, and should seek to celebrate others. If we do, we drink the clearest waters. My cup runneth over. Here’s to three the three great men I’ve here considered; Mr Irving of IMI memorialized here, my father, Dr. Thornburg, who also made it his business to dig through the materials offered and showed them to others who labored their whole lives to build things, and Jeff Irving, a teenage boy/young man I met a long time ago and have always remembered. I’m sorry you lost your father , Jeff. We are past friends and the future is God’s to render. I have a smile for you if I ever see you. I have the most sincerest smile ever offered. I love you. I celebrate you life. My name doesn’t matter I can now drink the purest of spring water think clearly about the big ugly holes built for a purpose, along with the most beautiful and shiny, slickest surfaces, ever. This is written with profound respect and consideration to the greatest of me, like Mr. Irving, memorialized here, and my father, Thomas Thornburg, also a great man, just in a different way. I thought of you, Jeff, and what a friend. you were to me. I thought of you and thought to remember. God bless and keep both of our fathers.

 

janet stratton posted on 7/25/20

Barbara was very special to many in Muncie and beyond, and she will be missed. Please accept our condolences to your family. from Jan and Bob Stratton

 

Myron and Nancy Dickerson posted on 7/25/20

Dear Friends, We are so sorry for your loss of this special lady. We hold sweet memories of her kindness and friendship. God Bless you all.

 

Sandy Barrett posted on 7/25/20

Was so very sorry to hear about Dwayne’s passing. He was a super guy.

 

 

Brenda Brown Crowley posted on 7/25/20

My deepest condolences. Thinking of you Angela,

 

Matt Smith posted on 7/25/20

Peggy and family, My sincere condolences. I greatly enjoyed getting to know you and Mat. Loved working with him at USF. He was such a positive guy and was beloved by so many students.

 

Oren and Mary Ann Olinger posted on 7/25/20

We were so sad to of Barb's passing. There were many years of great times with Barbara and Jerry. I had the privilege of having her as my patient. When I saw her name on my schedule, I smiled. God bless the entire family.

 

Sally Parris posted on 7/25/20

We were deeply saddened to hear of Pam's death. She was a very special caring person, and she will always have a place in our hearts. It was always a blessing to spend time with her. She will be missed. Our deepest sympathy, Sally and Larry Parris

 

Eva Norvell posted on 7/24/20

My prayers and condolence to the family of Pamela Jo Shinn. Pamela was such a sweetheart and friend to many. I enjoyed being in her presence at any time.She will be greatly missed but Heaven has gained a precious Angel who will be watching over her family and friends. May God be a comfort to the family.

 

Carol Ross posted on 7/24/20

Kim, I am so sorry to hear the passing of your mother. Your mother was an "angel" here on Earth and now she is your special "angel" in Heaven. My thoughts and prayers goes out to everyone in your family. Remember one thing your mother lives on within you, your sisters and your father....she will always be there in your memories and the love in your hearts. Carol "Smittie" Smith Ross

 

Julia Gouveia posted on 7/24/20

Saddened to learn of Barbara's passing. Always enjoyed talking to Jerry and her at the Y. Will keep all of you in my heart and thoughts.

 

Pat Davis posted on 7/24/20

So sorry to hear about Matt. He was a kind and loving person, he will be missed.I remember him playing golf, after his operation and he really quite good at it. I was so proud that he made that effort. I will miss him, as he was always at the reunions.

 

Brad & Mary Razor posted on 7/24/20

Both shocked and saddened to read of Barb's passing this morning. We have some of the fondest and most fun memories of Barb and Jerry from 30 years ago. It's been a long time but the memory is still vivid. So sorry for the Sparenberg family. Barb will be missed by all who knew her. May God be with you all during this troubled time.

 

Annemarie Voss posted on 7/24/20

Dear Sparenberg family, We think of you with deep sympathy at the passing of Barbara, your beloved wife, mother (Kim, especially)), and grandmother. She was indeed a shining light. We were glad that we knew her. Frank joins me in this expressions of sympathy. Annemarie Voss and Bill Miller

 

Sandra Hoover posted on 7/24/20

Dorothy was a hospital volunteer during my early years as the volunteer director. I am very sorry for your family’s loss.

 

Ronda Bolich Griffith posted on 7/24/20

Liz was a wonderful person and a loyal friend. She was always ready to help anyone with anything. I loved her very much. I will see her again in Heaven someday.

 

Nancy & Gary Romes posted on 7/23/20

Barbara was such a kind and wonderful person. We will miss her dearly.

 

Bob and Reen Syring posted on 7/23/20

Our hearts are breaking with the news of Barb's passing. We send our love, prayers and special thoughts to you all.

 

Dick and Susan Burk posted on 7/23/20

Sharon and family. Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved brother.

 

Susan Burk posted on 7/23/20

It is with great sadness that we learned of Barbs passing. We have been away from Muncie for many years but she is a part of our great Muncie, and DCC memories. Jerry and family,our condolences for your loss Dick and Susan Burk

 

Richard Williams posted on 7/23/20

Rex was a great friend through high school and with the Bearcats BB team. We had many great times together and with several other close friends. Rex will be missed and may he RIP.

 

 

William Quigg posted on 7/23/20

Wow, over 50 year of memories. Too many to mention. My blessing to all the family.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 7/23/20

Sparenberg Family, I'm so sorry to read of the passing of your loved one, Barb. She will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Barbara

 

Ian McCarty posted on 7/23/20

It’s been 1 year today Grandpa. I miss you everyday. I know you’re looking down at me smiling. Everything is going alright here, I’m going to college in just a couple weeks. Man, what I would give to have you here. I love you so much. Ian

 

Emma Jost posted on 7/23/20

Although I personally did not meet you, I have enjoyed knowing you through your beautiful daughter, Kim, and have felt the love, your entire family has shared. Sending condolences and hugs to this wonderful family. Love, Emma & Ed Jost

 

Vaughan DePillo posted on 7/23/20

Mrs Jones, Holli and Gwen, my brother just informed me of Hugh's passing. He will always be Dr. Jones to me. I want to express my most sincere condolences for the loss of your husband and father. I recall those Thanksgivings and other dinners at your home with our families; and staying with you when my parents traveled once. I am glad we had those moments in time to share. It was warm and comfortable. I know with all the people Hugh touched and influenced over a his career and life the world of education and world are a better place. Take good care.

 

Jeffrey Johnson posted on 7/23/20

Our family owes a special appreciation to Mom’s son Craig and wife Heidi. For the last 25 years they spent most of their time caring for our mom and meeting her many special needs.

 

Vicki And Scott Shockley posted on 7/22/20

Dear Jerry, Ann, Tricia, Kelly and Kim, I am so sorry to hear of Barb’s passing. I have so many fond memories of her, mostly on the golf course! Back in the day we had lavish golf tournaments and dances after the golf! Barb and Jerry never missed one and we all had a great time. One year Barbara had a VERY expensive Hole-In-One during one of these tournaments and bought drinks for everyone!! She will be sadly missed by so many. Peace be with you. Vicki and Scott Shockley.

 

bob and bettye hudson posted on 7/22/20

love and prayers to one of our favorite families. rejoice in a wonderful life and love for my favorite fellow grandmother in law. thankful for the opportunity to know you. rest in peace . love, bettye and bob hudson

 

Sally Hayden posted on 7/22/20

Rex was my brother from another mother.... I truly loved him and will miss him dearly... special moments include volunteering many years together for Special Olympics...riding a stick horse in bikini underwear at Mack Arena Bullriding....doing a special dance for my 50th birthday.... hosting 500 Race parties....standing at the meat counter with his ever understanding Wife after a Race party...pushing his stick horse now mounted on a walker at his own birthday party.... many many more but mostly our endearing friendship that took us both through some hard times .... Go Rest High on That Mountain... love you Margaret and thanks for sharing your lives with us

 

Judy Frizzell Falls posted on 7/22/20

My sincere condolences on the loss of Rex.we grew up together on the west side of Muncie he and my brother Mike were best friends along with Vince Garrett. I had not seen Rex in a few years but I will always remember our teenage years in the neighborhood. May he rest in God’s peace.

 

Warren Anderson posted on 7/22/20

My sincere condolences for the family I am praying for you for strength and endurance during this time of sorrow.

 

Dana Baker posted on 7/22/20

May you find comfort in your memories of Rex. He was an amazing man who loved his family. Deepest sympathies to the Davis and Goen family from your PrimeTrust Family.

 

Tony Nelson Moody posted on 7/22/20

I have many memories of Rex. I honestly didn't recognize the man he was till I graduated and became an adult. He is a special man, great stepdad, caring in a man's terms to a young man that did find my way around some trouble. I've seen him several times around muncie and it was always a joy to talk and ask how he was. We also played many rounds of golf and drank a few beers. Thank you Rex for taking in four kids and doing all you could to set me life. God Bless the family and prayers go to you. Oh yes. It was always fun working on the farm. He loved working out there and again demonstrated hard work. God Speed Rex. Thank you sir

 

Rosa and Leon Ferguson posted on 7/22/20

Extending our heartfelt condolences to Kim and the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Allow your memories to comfort you.

 

Sandra Howard posted on 7/21/20

Blessings to all the family.

 

Helen (Shults) Mills posted on 7/21/20

Mrs. Grubbs, Lana, and Karen, I am so deeply sorry for family's your loss. I pray that the good Lord will wrap his arms around each and every one of you and comfort you during this time. Mr. Grubbs was such a wonderful and kind man and I know he will be sadly missed by all of you.

 

Lelia Greer posted on 7/21/20

So sad to find out we lost such a great neighbor. Our heart goes out to his wife, family and friends. He was such a nice man and will be missed. In Sympathy, Lelia and Joe Greer

 

Larry Carter posted on 7/21/20

Always look forward to spending time in the fire dispatch talking to Rex on my work day. We spent many hours sharing fun stories and remembering the good times on the fire department. He will be dearly missed and may God Bless Margaret and the whole family.

 

Karen Howells posted on 7/21/20

I am truly saddened by the passing of Hugh. He was a good friend and always a great supporter during the times Ben and I spent with Hugh and Maggie and many other friends in the basement of the Baptist Church for the weekly Forward Step (formerly TEAMwork for Quality Living) meetings and dinners. His words were always wise, positive and thought provoking. We will all greatly miss Hugh.

 

 

Brandi Brinson posted on 7/21/20

Grandpa you were the best grandpa a kid could ask for. You have given us so many memories that will never be forgotten. I will cherish all our time together. I love you so much and miss you.

 

Jeffrey lynn Johnson posted on 7/21/20

Thank you, Dawn Beeman, for the care you gave our mom.

 

Caroline Tan posted on 7/20/20

Gene, thank you for being our American dad and grandpa. We are truly blessed to have you with us for a huge part of our lives. Thank you for all your kindness, support and love when we started our family in the US!! We will miss you but will always remember the precious time that we enjoyed together.

 

 

Madison Carver posted on 7/20/20

I will always miss you and cherish our memories in my heart forever, grandpa.

 

JEFF HUFF posted on 7/20/20

HELEN, SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT IT ,YOU COULD NOT ASK FOR A BETTER GUY. AGAIN SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT IT.

 

Joan Lamoreaux posted on 7/20/20

Edna sorry for your loss.

 

Jim and Judy Bird posted on 7/20/20

We are so sorry for your loss Scott

 

Tish Birch posted on 7/19/20

Dad we will miss you so so much. Thank you to all his friends that meant so much to him and how you’ve comforted Helen at this time.

 

Mr & Mrs C. Taylor posted on 7/19/20

In memory of Von, we offer our condolences on the loss of husband and father...R.I.P. Von

 

Rich Williams posted on 7/19/20

Von was a great Bearcat supporter and friend.

 

Charles E. Johnson posted on 7/19/20

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Charles E. Johnson posted on 7/19/20

Sorry for your loss of JD , Grandfather,Father and Husband. My wife Carolyn of 66 years got her Angle wings and flew away early morning April 29 2020 . JD, Jean, Uncle Wilson's Daughter ,and I played together on Grand Ma Eliza's farm on Wallingford road if my memory is correct on location, I have thought about JD but never reached out to contact him My loss as i am sure He would have love to share some childhood memories.. If any cares to respond I have been working with Dorthy Jean Hardymon to gather Uncle Cecil's family statistics for my Nephew in Louisville who is compiling the Johnson/Landreth family tree on ANCESTRY.COM and would appreciate any one that could fill in Uncle Clarence's family by text old photos etc

 

Mark Hendsel posted on 7/19/20

Barry and family so sorry to hear off your loss. It was a joy to work with Keith at Ross Supermarkets. My prayers are with you.

 

Kevin Wentz posted on 7/18/20

Von was a great man who supported the extended family. We appreciated how he invited our parents to Norma's birthday parties and assisted in Gerald/George/Norma's mini-reunions. His love of sports was passed to Chris who has coached many great Indiana basketball players. I regret that COVID-19 virus issues had made cancel my flight back to Indiana. May God be with you as you move forward in life without Von.

 

Brett Wentz posted on 7/17/20

Prayers for you and family. And thank you for all you did for my parents, it is really appreciated. Brett

 

chris kevitt posted on 7/17/20

Mark and I will be with you in spirit on Sunday. I have fond memories of family visits as kids.

 

chris kevitt posted on 7/17/20

I am remembering family visits when we were kids. Mark and I will be with you in spirit on Sunday. chris

 

 

DEBBY SPRINGMAN posted on 7/16/20

You'll be missed loved working with you,I dont no who will have my back now.you were so nice and kind to me ,I'll miss your comments the talks we had together,you are free from your chains that bound you love you girl

 

Debby sprongman posted on 7/16/20

Sorry for your lost ,I thought a great deal of her,I'll miss our 4am talks everyday ,my dog dexter was very fond of her he was always so excited to see her,and the little gifts she would bring him..I could go on and on about her shes one of a kind,she believed in the lord ,that Angel's do exist she loved her family she talked often of her grandchildren she loved them dearly we believe in American people who loves her flag an American Eagle but I couldn't get her to go vote you'll be greatly missed my dear friend till we meet again love you

 

Steve posted on 7/16/20

May Deanna rest in eternal peace with Our God in heaven above.

 

Sheryl Haste posted on 7/16/20

I will never forget how Jake, Heath and Kyle would hang Christmas lights for me, they were so funny, I think Heath actually fell off the roof once, could have been all of them! They were the best of friends at one time. I'm so sorry Teresa, Haley and his son. You are all in my thoughts and prayers!

 

MICHAEL R CLEVENGER posted on 7/16/20

So sorry to hear Helen the passing of your Husband. You are in our prayers.

 

Robin Petersen posted on 7/15/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May your memories of Heath bring you peace and comfort. Love, Robin

 

Elmer Crabtree posted on 7/15/20

Dear Albert and Dean, My grandson, Jacob and I, are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers will be for the both of you during the funeral.

 

 

Dee Dee Healey posted on 7/15/20

Dee and I became friends when she began volunteering at our church food pantry (Friends Memorial Church). We became fast friends. I will miss her. She is now at peace and will always have a place in my heart.

 

 

Jill posted on 7/14/20

Rest in peace Mom.

 

Dixie Mullins posted on 7/14/20

I worked with Marty for several years and have continued to stay friends through the years. She always kept me updated on her nephews and shared her homemade caramels at Christmas. I will truly miss her laugh and the sparkle in her eye when she was being ornery. Marty was always taking care of someone,but didn't want anyone taking care of her. I loved her spirit and cherished her friendship. I will truly miss her. My condolences to her beloved family who she loved with all her heart.

 

Steven and Bonnie Hill posted on 7/14/20

Our condolences to the family. Martha worked with my mom Hilda Hill at First Merchants bank for many many years. She was a kind hearted soul and a good friend to my mother. We need more people in this world like Martha and am lucky to have known her. May she rest in peace and cheer for the Big Ten from high above.

 

Dennis Babb and Rodney Overla posted on 7/14/20

Our condolences. Marty was a co-worker and I always enjoyed having her work BSU Opening with us at the Village Branch. And she always was invited to our house for the Village Branch Christmas party which she loved coming to.

 

Terri (Bulmer) Heston posted on 7/14/20

So sorry to hear of Martha's passing. Her and her parents were always so nice to my dad. Prayers and thoughts for the family.

 

Elizabeth l patty it was the posted on 7/14/20

Melissa Clark was a real good friend of mine I'm going to miss her that she's with the angels now

 

 

Linda and Tommy D. Crawford, FOREVER FRIENDS of Marc posted on 7/13/20

He left much to early but that was decided by one far superior to us. We will miss him much and think of him often ( every time the grain trucks go past my home in the fall and there is no honked horn or stop and say hello. We shall keep him in our hearts and know that he is rejoicing with Ma and Pa the MASTER and many others.Well though of and many friends, until then my friend ! LOVE Tommy Dale

 

Carroll Augustus Hulla posted on 7/13/20

Wish I could have known him. He was my half sister's son, and I only just learned about her. My brother was also a track and field coach! Sincerest empathy for the remaining family members. "Uncle Carroll"

 

Kalynn Jackson, RN posted on 7/13/20

I am so sorry for you loss. While the pain of losing your son can not be undone, I’m so glad he was able to given in his last moments. Kieran is an absolute hero, and will forever be remembered by us all.

 

 

Greg shaw posted on 7/13/20

She will be missed by all who knew her, she’s in a better place. We love u.

 

Gary Hart posted on 7/13/20

So sorry for your loss, he was a very bright young man and he had a great love of music and was glad to get to help him with his music . we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers at this time of need and hope that you will feel gods presence at this time God Bless

 

Maggie Duncan posted on 7/13/20

I'm sorry for your loss. I'll always remember her laugh, sitting around Granny's table.. Rest in peace

 

Luann Koons posted on 7/12/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of great loss. The heavens have opened the gates and taken a new angel. You will always find her in your heart when you miss her! Until you meet again.

 

 

Teresa jones posted on 7/12/20

Prayers for your family

 

Gordon & Deborah Slaven posted on 7/12/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Gordon & Debbie

 

 

Diana Palmer Miller posted on 7/12/20

May fond memories of Marc bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family.

 

Amber/co worker at dollar tree posted on 7/12/20

So for your loss6

 

Vernon , Bud , Slaven posted on 7/12/20

So sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and Prayers

 

 

Vernon, Bud , Slaven posted on 7/12/20

Talked to Mark about three weeks ago as he stopped by for a few minutes. So glad he did

 

 

Penny Digman posted on 7/12/20

I will miss Ena so much we talked on line a lot and she always made me feel better, ( when I was trying to encourage her,) God gave her a spirit of love and compassion she encouraged so many ladies and their families who were fighting the same battle she was fighting and I never ever heard her say why me, she carried her cross without complaint!!! I love and still admire her even tho she took her journey before us, we will see her again if we have faith in Jesus!

 

Vickie posted on 7/11/20

I am saddened to hear of his passing. So sorry for your loss. He will be missed.

 

Phyllis Collins posted on 7/11/20

Ena left a impression on everyone she met . Even when her battle was hard , she still tried to encourage others. She lived a faithful life for Jesus and now she’s finally home, no more pain just happiness. She didn’t give up this battle, she won. My thoughts and prayers are for the family to find peace .

 

John Price posted on 7/10/20

So sorry for your loss, I will pray for peace and the fondest memories to be sweet and enduring. God bless you all!

 

Judy Jarvis posted on 7/10/20

So sorry for all of you Lynn was a very special person everyone loved her. I am sorry I can't make it there I am down with my back. My thoughts and prayers are we you all.

 

Sherri Studebaker posted on 7/10/20

I am so very saddened to hear of Lynn’s passing. My heartfelt condolences to all of her family!

 

Lee Anne Chambers posted on 7/10/20

We began talking and I found Dawn she was your sister. Of course I Know you since I came for awhile to see residents at Elmcroft but most especially since Jay (my brother) was in your wedding so many years ago. We go thru so many changes in our lives. Again my prayers are with you and your family

 

Stevensons posted on 7/10/20

Prayers for your family and May God comfort you all during this time.

 

Margaret Gillespie posted on 7/10/20

To all Lynn's family so blessed to know u all so sorry for Lynn's passing.She will be in your hearts always. She was a wonderful women so glad i met her.

 

Cathy Puterbaugh posted on 7/10/20

So sorry. Your in our thoughts and prayers

 

Rick & Barbara Turner posted on 7/9/20

Brad, so sorry to hear about Lynn, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Brenda Jones posted on 7/9/20

Praying for you guys!

 

Brenda Jones posted on 7/9/20

So sorry for your loss. Love you guys and your in our prayers! ❤️❤️

 

Sandy Amick posted on 7/9/20

So sorry to learn that your Mother has passed away. Somehow I missed the earlier obituary.We have many wonderful memories of the good times when your family lived on North Street. Where have the years gone? I know you will miss her so much. With much sympathy and best wishes.

 

 

Sherri Swain posted on 7/9/20

Brad and family may God Bless you all so sorry for your loss. Lynn may you light the heavens as you have for all that you touched in life. Miss you and love you dear friend❤ praying for peace to all of you! Love, Steve & Sherri Swain

 

Miriam Weyman posted on 7/9/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for all.

 

Cindy (Craycraft) Harty posted on 7/9/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Cindy (Craycraft) Harty posted on 7/9/20

Brad and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for comfort and peace are with you all.

 

Cindy (Craycraft) Harty posted on 7/9/20

Brad and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort to you all.

 

JAN STRONCZEK posted on 7/9/20

Brad and Kids, praying for you at this sad sad time. I always loved Thanksgiving because that is when I got to see all of you, and Lynn she would always look at all my flowers and plants outside and comment on them and we would just sit and talk and talk and talk. I will really miss her and her loving hugs and kisses..

 

Gerald Schull posted on 7/9/20

So sorry for your loss, Jim. Will keep you and your family in my prayers.

 

Pam Dailey posted on 7/9/20

I am so sorry for your loss Dawn and family. Lynn was a beautiful sweet person. Love you all. Pray you find comfort and peace thru the Lord.

 

Rocky and Debbie Fuller posted on 7/8/20

We are so sad to hear of this loss. We are unable to attend the funeral as we have both tested positive for COVID-19. Our hearts will be with you and we will be praying for the entire family.

 

 

Carolyn Smith posted on 7/8/20

Praying for your family. We will miss you.

 

Michelle Maxwell posted on 7/8/20

Brad and family, so very sorry for your loss of Lynne. She was a beautiful person on the inside out. Thinking of all of you at this time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

mariler walker mefford posted on 7/8/20

I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother I remember her as a very sweet person My prayers and thoughts are with you

 

Ruth Ann Stafford posted on 7/8/20

So sorry Bradley...you and they family are on my thoughts and prayers❤️

 

Thurston Johnson posted on 7/8/20

Remembering Don and the great family he and Idola raised, which is their legacy. Prayers for your family in the coming days as you say goodbye for now.

 

 

Mary Ann (Marvin) Hack posted on 7/8/20

I’m so sorry for your loss, Dawn. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

 

Donald Holderman posted on 7/8/20

JoAnn, sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Don

 

Debra Gindhart Dragoo posted on 7/8/20

So very sorry for your loss of your beloved mother. What a lovely tribute. I remember her kindness and sweet eyes.

 

Pat Zebendon posted on 7/8/20

So very sorry. Thinking of your family and sending prayers.

 

Carolynn and Gerald Reese posted on 7/8/20

God bless you, Idola. We will surely miss Don. Won't be the same at church not being able to rub his shoulders and seeing his big smile! Love you so much!

 

 

Margie Lorenz Conway posted on 7/8/20

I am sorry to see the passing of Mary. She was such a special lady. I worked with her at McGuffs and have many fond memories of those days along with the long visits at her home after her retirement. She will be missed greatly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and her extended family.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 7/8/20

Idola and Family, I'm sorry to read of Don's passing. I knew him from the Y, when I used to go to morning swim class. Of course I've known you for many years. He will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy, Sarah R.I.P. Don

 

Brenda Bruner posted on 7/8/20

I’m so sorry to see this. We all loved seeing her come in at Bruners & she always had a good story to tell about the cats. Will be keeping you all in my prayers, what a sweet soul your mother was!

 

Arlene Devroy posted on 7/7/20

Rest in piece Uncle Jr. Condolences to all! You will be sadly missed.

 

Diana Bailey posted on 7/7/20

I was so sorry to see Norma had passed away. Norma and I worked together at the Auditor’s office and during the time she worked on tax sales. I loved her kindness and the way she spoke when telling a story. She always brought a smile to my face.

 

Debra Persinger posted on 7/7/20

Mark was a beacon of light to so many and made work fun. Wild, wacky and wonderfully generous. He knew the names of every homeless person around his neighborhood and would show up with 5 of the same fundraising newspapers so they all could make a sale. He would ask random questions about random birds so he could provide an obscure answer - really as a way to brag about how proud he was of his daughter. He was excited for everyone to share in an amazing dining experience and would make a reservation - it was not an obstacle to fun that we lived a thousand miles away from the restaurant. So many fun and treasured memories. I miss him!

 

John and Carla Wilhoite posted on 7/6/20

Sincere condolences to you and your family. We now Chris was a special person in your lives and will be missed. Love and blessings to all.

 

Bonnie Pruitt posted on 7/6/20

My sister my guru my friend love you always and forever RIP sweet sister ❤️

 

 

Les brand posted on 7/6/20

Sure miss you Louie was always Fun thur life growing up, just thinking Of you, Les brand

 

Katie Dunsmore posted on 7/4/20

Deepest sympathy to Willie and family. May God’s love and your memories bring you comfort and peace.

 

 

jeri ingram posted on 7/3/20

chris my sister my friend my dr. my attorney my realtor my everything where will I go without you.i am so lost for the first in my life.i love you I will miss you foreverr

 

Linda Keyton posted on 7/3/20

Anne, So sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. So glad you were able to visit Paris together.

 

Margaret Gillespie posted on 7/3/20

So sorry for your loss of Joni I knew and know a lot of the Groves .used to bowl with Bev So sorry again she will always be in your hearts.

 

 

Julie Cline posted on 7/2/20

Audrey, My thoughts are prayers are with you and your family! I am sending lots of hugs your way girl! Love ya girl

 

 

Elizabeth Stetler posted on 7/2/20

Beautifully said. He lived a great and honorable life. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

Gae Henderson Matchette posted on 7/2/20

So sorry to hear of Janets pass. Our thoughts & prayers are with the family.

 

Jerry Mathews posted on 7/2/20

Carla was an enjoyable person who loved being a mom. Praised God for people like Carla to invest in the lives her daughters. She will be missed.

 

 

Susan Switzer Morgan posted on 7/2/20

My thoughts and prayers go out to Janet's family. I have so many fond memories of Janet and family from our days in Centerpoint. She taught me how to sew. I learned about gardening and planting. Such a great influence on me.

 

Steve & Trish Rench posted on 7/2/20

Although I wasn’t acquainted with Mrs. Munro, I know her daughter Marilyn who imparted stories of what a wonderful person she was. Steve and I are so sorry for your family’s loss.

 

Victor Blake posted on 7/2/20

Dear Tim and family. Our heart felt condolence goes out to you. We have been in your shoes and know the loss. We are praying for you and the family. Victor and June Blake

 

steven sickles posted on 7/2/20

To Tim and Kathy Munro and your extended family: My very deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. May your faith give you the necessary strength during these difficult times. Best wishes for you and the soul of your mother.

 

Virginia Puckett posted on 7/2/20

Janet was a sweet lady and you could not help nut like her. She will be missed.

 

Jennifer and Robert Thomas posted on 7/2/20

Tim, you and your family is in our thoughts and prayers. We are so very sorry for your loss. Hugs.

 

 

Ray Johnson posted on 7/2/20

Willie and family, so sorry to hear of Carla's passing. Patty and I send our deepest sympathy. Our families have so many memories over the years. God Bless

 

 

Barb Slagle Richardson posted on 7/1/20

Sincere condolences Dear Friend Wilda, and family...from Kentucky.

 

Deborah Heider posted on 7/1/20

Carla Jean,IT'S Deborah Jean,I know your in GODS HOME NOW HEAVEN,REST IN THE HANDS OF GOD,NEVER FORGOTTEN!AMEN

 

Deborah Heider posted on 7/1/20

Carla Jean,it's Deborah Jean Heider I know God has you in his home now HEAVEN,REST in the Hands OF GOD!NEVER FORGOTTEN!AMEN

 

Marsha Thrash posted on 7/1/20

I just found out. I am SO SORRY. I know your hearts are broken. I’ll be holding you all very close in my heart. My condolences.

 

 

Chanda Conwell Lowe posted on 7/1/20

Sorry for your loss of a mom , sister , daughter . aunt

 

Theresa posted on 7/1/20

Carla was a wonderful person and I know she will be missed by her family and friends ❤

 

Theresa posted on 7/1/20

We are very sorry for your loss. Carla was a great person and I know she will be missed by family and friends ❤

 

Glenn Johnson posted on 6/30/20

Oh Carla, the memories of you as we grew up are many. You were my friend, my prom date, and most importantly the sister that I never had. Go rest high on that mountain, Sis. You've earned it.

 

 

Rita Hurst posted on 6/30/20

I will miss you lynn love your coz rita hurst

 

Teresa Joyce (AHS) posted on 6/29/20

Stone, I saw in the paper that you had lost your grandfather. I just wanted to tell you how sorry I am. I remember meeting him at your graduation open house. It is difficult to lose those we love. Know that I am thinking and praying for you and your family.

 

Kathy D Swegman posted on 6/28/20

Mark, Larry, Sarah, Ruth and family so sorry to hear about your loss of Aunt Virginia. We still have the Memories. Take Care Kathy, Gordin and family

 

Jackie S Fields posted on 6/28/20

I was very saddened to just now hear of Debbie's passing. My belated condolences. I was upset that I was not able to attend her funeral. Debbie was my first cousin. Her mom, Betty, was my dad's sister. I really would like to talk with a family member. I've been trying to find Randy or anyone from her side of the family for awhile. Please contact me so we can catch up.

 

John G. Wells posted on 6/28/20

Bob was one of the most intelligent people that I ever met. He was honest to a fault. He was hardworking could fix or make anything. He cared about his family and friends. I have been fortunate to be able to call him friend. I admired him for his efforts to do what was right for his family. He was just a very good man.

 

Rachel Cross posted on 6/28/20

Dear Bonnie, Karlene and Family, Steve and I are deeply saddened to read about Bob’s passing. The world and our entire family has lost a good man. Bob would come to shop and visit with Steve. Steve always enjoyed seeing and visiting with him. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Rachel and Steve Cross

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 6/28/20

Bev, Jim and Family, I'm so sorry to read of the passing of Joni. I got to know her through her shop, seeing Bev there, and Joni did some framing for me. She was so nice and fun to be around. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Joni

 

Phillip Ray posted on 6/27/20

We will miss you so much, Granny. Your laugh, your consistent love and frank direction. You did not mince words, and we all loved that about you. Although I haven’t seen you as much as I would have liked since moving to TN, your direction in my life will persist on with me and through my kids. May we always honor you and your memory each and every day. I love you, Granny Janet!

 

Phillip Ray posted on 6/27/20

I’m going to miss you, Granny. Although we didn’t see each other much after I moved to TN, your love and direction in my life persists, along with the memory of your wonderful humor and laugh. You really loved your family, through all the good times and all the bad times. You will live on through us and our children, and may we honor you by the way we conduct our lives each and every day. Love you, Granny!

 

cindy (Gabbard} halstead posted on 6/27/20

Rhonda, Sam, Philip and family: I am so sorry to read about Janets passing-she was a great lady. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, Cindy (Gabbard) Halstead

 

Steve Engelman posted on 6/27/20

To my best Bud Rest in Peace Ed and Jer and Myself will take from here.

 

 

Jerry and Anita Kinderman posted on 6/27/20

We didn't use candles in the tent in my yard, 'cause we had electricity for lights, fan and radio! That electric cord sorta posed a choke hazard. Late night hot dogs on the fire, maybe some became airborne; eggs; and the first fresh donuts from the back door of the bakery at 4 AM washed down with 'free' soda from the gas station vending machine. And "Boulder for this one!" Yes, Mike, I hear you laughing!

 

Jerry and Anita Kinderman posted on 6/27/20

Whether we were physically together or not, Mike was always a good friend for about 65 years. Sincere condolences to his family and everyone who knew him. Rest in peace, Bud, you are missed.

 

Fred and Netha Wyman posted on 6/26/20

Ray, So sorry to hear of your loss.We will miss arguing with her at the flea markets and restaurants.

 

Dave and Tammy Morris posted on 6/26/20

To June & family...We're sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Jim and Dave shared a lot of good memories in the Scouts and growing up in the same neighborhood. He was always such a fun loving & quick Witted guy. Prayers to you and your family... .

 

Denae Baugh posted on 6/26/20

I worked with Janet at the BMV, she was always such a joy to be around and would always make you laugh. When I left the BMV I would get so excited running in to Janet out and about and catching up. I am so sorry for your loss, she was truly one of a kind and will be deeply missed.

 

June Payne posted on 6/26/20

To My Altrusa Sister, Anne & Family, I am deeply saddened to hear about the loss of your Beloved Jerry. My thoughts and prayers are with you. My God continue to bless and uplift you during this time. Altrusa Love, June Payne

 

Kathy Gregory posted on 6/26/20

So sorry for your loss Lonnie and Kathy Gregory and Family

 

Andrew D Lykens posted on 6/26/20

Dear Anne...My prayers are with you and your family. What a blessing to have such wonderful memories in your marriage and life with your husband.

 

Mary Ann Thiery posted on 6/26/20

Anne, I am so sorry for your loss. You and you husband have been in my prayers and will continue to be. God bless you and be with you.

 

 

Billy Nelson posted on 6/26/20

I know you will still be watching over all us Mom ❤

 

Scott Tullock posted on 6/26/20

Please accept my condolences, just know that I am here for you, please don't hesitate to reach out, especially during this difficult time God bless the family prayers

 

J.B. Murray posted on 6/26/20

RIP my brother, the good times and fun we have had the past 60+ years will never be forgotten. You are the best!

 

Carri DE posted on 6/26/20

Granny ... I love you so much ! You were the board game queen. Your were the best yard sale partner and I love how you always loved your fried eggs to be just right or you would walk them to the kitchen yourself at any restaurant we were at ! You were so wise and taught me so much about life. Spread your angel wings and fly granny ❤️❤️

 

Mary Decker posted on 6/25/20

Josh, Cody & families....Thinking of you...love and prayers for all of you. I will never forget the good times we shared, he was a fun person to hang out with.

 

Rhonda R Goss-retired from Maxon posted on 6/25/20

Dave-It is so hard to lose a parent. I am sorry for your loss,

 

Robert & Donna KIEFERT posted on 6/25/20

Anne, our prayers are with you and your family. God Bless...

 

Alice Crouse posted on 6/25/20

June - So sorry for your loss. Miss you at Master Gardeners.

 

Nellie Logan Walker posted on 6/25/20

Hi Mrs Dyke sorry for your loss and the rest kf the family I knew Jim from elementary school and then discovered my sons teacher at Desoto was his mom-Stephen Tyler and Nathan Walker and Steven Walker of DeSoto

 

Michele Books posted on 6/25/20

Cody and Josh....our thoughts and prayers are with you both. Your dad was such a great guy and will definitely be missed. Take comfort in knowing he and your mom are reunited. We love you and are thinking of you. Michele and Randy Books

 

Dean D Stein posted on 6/25/20

Robert E. Sheridan shared a foxhole with my Father, Herbert H. Steinfink. In October, 1944, my Father was shot across the top of his head. At great risk to his own life, Robert Sheridan left the hole, to get medical help, returning later, and saving my Father's life. That heroism, is why I, and my four brothers and sisters are here. I express my sympathy and gratitude to the Sheridan Family, from the Stein (formerly Steinfink) Family. I would like to be able to do so more personally.

 

Patrick Williams posted on 6/25/20

How wonderful you made it to Paris. What a beautiful memory. Take care of yourself. Be well.

 

George Schiavone, President posted on 6/24/20

On behalf of Fla Golf, we send our deepest sympathies to JRs family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Pat Davis posted on 6/24/20

So sorry to hear about Tom's passing. He was one of the "good guys". I always enjoyed talking with him. Janet, you hang in there, I'll be thinking about you. Pat

 

Sandy Duncan posted on 6/24/20

Cody and Josh, My prayers go out to you. Your Dad would always give me a ride on his motorcycle once a year. I enjoyed it every year. Also he installed the electrical outlets around our pool. The pool got taken down this summer. David and I enjoyed watching you two grow up. If you ever want to stop by we would love to see you. We love you guys. Know that we are thinking of you. David and Sandy Duncan

 

Steve Knote posted on 6/24/20

Jim and I were in Boy Scouts together roughly fifty-five years ago. I still remember his sharp wit when we were on campouts. Quite honestly, he made camping bearable as I was never a great fan. His great personality and quick remarks kept us on our toes and I have carried that memory all these years. I will be thinking of him more often and send thoughts of solace and peace to his family for the weeks and months ahead.

 

Kimberly J Linn posted on 6/24/20

What a great man, loved Jimmy so much, he would do anything for anyone! Boy's it's time for healing. You are all a great family, mend what is broken your Mom and Dad would want this. Love you all like you are my own! Praying for you during this time.

 

 

Cinda O’Dell Williams posted on 6/23/20

Love you, big hearted rotten to the core. Praying for your family

 

Julie stotler posted on 6/23/20

He was a sweet guy and always friendly . Prayers for his family He will be missed.

 

Robby Dyke posted on 6/23/20

Hey Big Cousin Jimmy. Although we didn’t grow up together because you old. Although we didn’t get to spend a lot of time shootin the crap. Although we didn’t always agree on Facebook. You were always my cool cousin, a great husband, a loving father and a good guy I really was honored to call you family. I know you are with your beloved wife and feeling free and happy.

 

Jayne Bayman Barnes posted on 6/23/20

I extend my condolences to the Dyke family. Rest in peace, dear Cousin! <3

 

Nancy Young-McGunegill posted on 6/23/20

To Jim's mom and boys. I am so saddened to hear of Jim's passing. We communicated recently but there was no mention of his being sick. That was Jim. He probably did not want to make me sad. He was and continues to be a very special person who always brightened up my days at Royerton Elementary School with his quick wit and ever present support. Everyone loved him at Royerton including the kids. He is with Renee at last. For that I am thankful. I love you guys and wish you the comfort and peace that only God can give. You are all very special to me. Take good care.

 

 

Donald & Vickie Lawrence posted on 6/23/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you all.

 

 

Roberta Kissick posted on 6/23/20

Jim loved teasing and joking with my grandkids whenever we were together with them. Some of them called him"teddy bear". As his aunt I also remember when I would babysit him and his sister.

 

Troy Caldwell posted on 6/23/20

So sorry for your loss. Another one of the good guys gone. Tom never made work feel like work. He always was quick with a joke and quick with a smile. So thankful I had his influence in my life!

 

 

Sandra Lawrence posted on 6/23/20

R.I.P cousin. You will be missed. Tell everyone hi for us. Love your cousin John & Sandi Lawrence

 

Terry and Polly Orrick posted on 6/23/20

Janet and family, we are so sad to hear of Tom's passing. We are thinking of you and and your loved ones at this difficult time.

 

Jim and Sally Swingley posted on 6/23/20

Our deepest condolences to Emma and family. We shared memories with you at the lake.

 

Randy Engle posted on 6/23/20

Janet , I’m sad to hear of Tom’s passing he was a good friend and mentor to me I will always be thankful for all our times together at BSU and the pool project’s he pulled me into love and prayers to you and the family

 

Scrub posted on 6/22/20

All of the Wrights were a significant part of my childhood with lots of memories that I cherish. I cant think of Tom without smiling because I always saw him with a smile. Unless Mike and I were up to something. My two favorite Tom stories. I had just started digging a pool and was few hours into it when Tom arrived from another job site. I saw him walk up to the edge of the pool just as I was emptying the bucket of dirt into the dump truck. I overshot and spilled the dirt all over the cab and hood of his truck. I could see into the future at that moment and saw that this scene was going to be a funny story one day. So I laughed. Tom wasn’t there yet and gave me a look that I had seen him give Mike a few times. I thought that would make the future story even funnier, so I continued to laugh. Tom scowled a little more and said. “That’s not funny”. But again, I was in the future and said to myself, “yes it is”, and had to work so hard to contain it. I cleaned the dirt off and all was well. My dad drove his VW out onto the pond one winter and the Wrights and Lanes took turns hanging onto a rope that was tied to it. I had grabbed onto the middle of the rope as he drove around. When we got into a turn I rolled under the rope, hit my head pretty hard on the ice and let go. When I got up, everything was blurry, I was wobbly and scared. I ran for the only person I could see and they grabbed me and held onto me. I suddenly felt completely safe. It was Tom. From that point forward, I always felt safe when he was around.

 

Mike and Carla Crull posted on 6/22/20

So sorry for the loss of your dear mother. It was always a blessing to see her at Caleb’s activities at Heritage Hall. Our prayers are with you and your family. In Christ, Mike and Carla Crull

 

Carol Ann Rench posted on 6/21/20

Janet my heart aches for you. Where did the years go? I know how lonely it is without them but you have a lot of memories. I live on my memories, I’ll try to come out with Pam sometime when this virus settles down. You have my prayers now and for the days that are to come.❤️

 

Leigh Laduron posted on 6/21/20

Love you all Im so sorry .

 

 

Nancy Motsenbocker posted on 6/21/20

Janet & family....You know our hearts are broken at the loss of our Classmate Tommie Joe. We’re thinking of you and so many memories of reunions & luncheons. Take care as you navigate these next days with your family & friends, and hold on to wonderful memories of one of the most thoughtful guys & friends we’ve known.

 

Rose Harris posted on 6/21/20

So sorry to hear of your husband's death. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

 

Lucinda VanAlst posted on 6/21/20

Please accept my family's condolences at Tommie's passing. My mother, Betty Wright Jones, was a first cousin and I remember Tommie at Uncle Maurice and Aunt June's house when I was a youngster and again at periodic reunions. I thought he and his lovely wife were both so cool. Cindy Jones Van Alst, and sister Judi Jones Baugh and brother Toby Jones

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 6/20/20

Janet, Mike,and Family, I'm sorry to read of the passing of Tommie. I've known you all for a long time. He will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. R.I.P. Tommie

 

Bill lane posted on 6/20/20

I have so many good memories of T it is impossible to pick just one. Very sorry Janet,Matt,Minnie an Mike

 

 

abby posted on 6/19/20

I took care Mr. Setash for a short while at Methodist. He was so sweet and smiled and tried to sing along with me when I started singing "Here comes the sun" while at his bedside. I could tell he was a very joyful person and I will never forget him.

 

Erma & Harvey Hawkins posted on 6/18/20

We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

jeanne shell posted on 6/18/20

Liz lived her life to the fullest, traveling esp; to Vegas. she loved her sons and was proud of them. she is probably organizing an event in heaven. rest in peace.

 

Sandy Shepard posted on 6/18/20

I was J R, Flint & Jamie’s babysitter in Yorktown, 1964. JR was a sweet child as were his brother & sister. Flint & JR used to argue over who would brush my hair. I wish his family many comforting memories.

 

 

Mary Ann (Marvin) Hack posted on 6/18/20

In 8th grade when I was really shy and quiet, J.R. brightened my days at school by taking the time to talk to me and make me smile.

 

Kris and Ed posted on 6/18/20

We are so sorry you have our love prayers and lots of hugs!

 

John and Gretchen Burton posted on 6/17/20

So sorry that we cannot be with in person but we will be with you in prayer thru this time

 

 

Trena Eversole posted on 6/17/20

R.I.P old man, going to miss all that attitude! So happy to have been part of your life for the past 7 yrs. Love you Big A!

 

Jess Swinson posted on 6/17/20

The world is a lesser place without you. RIP

 

Jack Orrick posted on 6/17/20

Cliff was one of a small group of friends that I respected and could count on. We all enjoyed Cliffs company his wit and sense of humor. Through all the years he was always there when help was needed. The good memories are to many to count. He will never be forgotten. As Cliff used to say, “What a guy”.

 

 

Wanda Green Crandall posted on 6/17/20

So many loving memories! Su and entire Lautzenhiser family, my heart is saddened at the loss of Earl. I know that the void he has left will be difficult for you. May you all be wrapped in our Lord’s arms of comfort.

 

Sonia Main posted on 6/16/20

Cliff and T.J. often saw each other at the 12th St. Cafe at breakfast and shared many a great story and of course, T.J. petted Milo, "the other child" in the family. What a great man! He will be sorely missed!

 

Tom &Necia Scallon posted on 6/16/20

So sorry to hear that. Our prayers are with you

 

Nancy and Gregg Beukema posted on 6/16/20

Carolyn, so sorry to hear. Will miss Ron at Suger Mill. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Tom & Tammy Parker posted on 6/16/20

What an awesome family and legacy Earl has left for all to cherish! They don' msake them like Earl any more. Best wishes always to the Lautzenhauser family.

 

 

Donnie and Margie Conway posted on 6/16/20

We are sorry to hear of Cliff's passing. Prayers and thoughts to his family and many dear friends. May lasting memories be with us all, he will be missed.

 

Wayne and June Welch posted on 6/16/20

Good night sweet prince may flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.... Our prayers are with you and your family

 

Dawn Sarver posted on 6/16/20

My deepest sympathies to my Aunt Carolyn, and cousins, Michael and Michell and their family's. I remember spending holidays all together.God Bless

 

Shirley Lewis posted on 6/16/20

Su, Beth, and family-So sorry for your loss. Earl was a sweet, gentle man. I so liked seeing you all in the office and when I came to your home. The 100th Birthday party was spectacular! So much to be proud of! Shirley Lewis

 

Jesse Jaynes posted on 6/16/20

Jesse JAYNES god bless rip

 

Jesse Jaynes posted on 6/16/20

RIP

 

 

Cheryl Talbott posted on 6/16/20

Paul and I are saddened. I will always remember our good times at Sugarmill. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Phillip and Beverly (Beaver) Connell posted on 6/15/20

We send our deepest sympathy.

 

Angela cash posted on 6/15/20

Josh , you surely will be missed at church . And I will miss you telling us about the colts and pacers .

 

Beth (Bacon) posted on 6/15/20

This is very sad news...Cheryl was a leader for the class of 1963 in high school and after high school...she will be missed...my sincere sympathy goes to all of her relatives.

 

Steve Dettman posted on 6/15/20

Mr. Ounapu, I was a former accounting student of yours ('78). Although I did not know your wife, I did want to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss.

 

Dave Yasko posted on 6/15/20

My thoughts are with y’all at this time.

 

Jane Lawyer posted on 6/15/20

I will never forget my boyfriend at the game tables at the VILLAS, will miss you, we all will.

 

Stanley Keil, Economics Dept. posted on 6/15/20

I would like to pass along my condolences to Arnold's family. I was a colleague in the Miller College for many years. Arnold loved to talk and was a pleasure to chat with. I particularly enjoyed his sense of humor. Some of the runners in the college often suggested he join them as running as it would improve his health. His response-not printable here- was one of the funniest I ever heard. I am sure you will have found memories of him.

 

Charlotte O’Dell Shepperd posted on 6/15/20

Dear Beth and Lautzenheiser Family— Wishing you peace that passes understanding at this time of sorrow. Cherish your memories. They will sustain you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours. —Charlotte O’Dell Shepperd

 

Lloyd Woodard posted on 6/15/20

Our condolences to you and your family.

 

Ryan Wallace posted on 6/15/20

Earl was one of the kindest people I have ever had the privilege of knowing. Earl worked for my dad at Carquest on Madison St. I spent a lot of my childhood down at the store hanging out with my dad and his buddys. Earl was always one of my favorite people to hang around with. Thank for making great memories with me earl and thanks for the tacos as well. You will be missed Sir. To one of the great one Earl. RIH my friend.

 

Nancy Friedrich posted on 6/15/20

Su, I hope that you have many wonderful memories to look back on. I wii forever treasure the relationship I had with Earl. I still remember the comment he made years ago about giving me a shake, a hand shake, Earl's 100th Birthday was the highlight of my summer. I loved spending time with both of you!

 

Carole King-Helbling posted on 6/15/20

Betsy, as I knew her, and I were friends from 4th grade through high school. We and two other girls formed a Canasta Club, dressed as flappers at one time, joined the Pat Boone Fan Club, and spent many hours together in the elementary grades. She always attended my birthday parties, and I hers. Such wonderful memories I have of our early times together. She was the brightest of the bright, and I envied that. Life took over after high school and I moved away, but we joyfully reconnected at our 50th reunion. Betsy never changed! I will always have fond memories of our times together, and remember her kind, gentle ways. She was a good friend. My condolences to her family at this sad time.

 

Kathy Kelly posted on 6/15/20

Lovely sentiment expressed for you grandfather. So sorry for your loss. May your memories sustain you.

 

Laura Beeler posted on 6/14/20

You are in our thoughts and prayers. The Beeler family

 

Freida Amos Pursell posted on 6/14/20

I just learned of Mike's death and my condolences go out to all of his family. We went to school together and were friends.

 

David Spence posted on 6/14/20

Mr. Lautzenheiser and Family, growing up I lived on the south side of Muncie on south Vine Street. I knew of the Lautzenheiser family mainly Mike and Eric. I knew of Mike by reading and hearing of his being in the service and never making it back home. I always felt so bad for the family. Not long ago I went to the mobile wall listing all the Vietnam missing in action soldiers. I went looking to find Mikes name and made a copy of it with pencil and paper. It was very moving for me. I’m 66 years old now and retired after almost 40 years as a Delaware County Police Officer retiring as a Lieutenant. So thankful for Earl and Mikes service to the United States military. And so sorry for the loss of Michael. I truly believe that those two are now together again. Good bless your family.

 

Ruth Spurr posted on 6/14/20

Awe. What a blessing to have such a full life and what a loss will be in your hearts for now. Prayers for your family.

 

Karel en Riejan posted on 6/14/20

Our deepest condolences

 

 

Riejan en Karel Kloks smits posted on 6/14/20

Oor deepest condolences to Sue and all the children and grandchildren ( we are friends from Eric and Casey, Peter and Laurie from the Netherlands

 

Barb Jay Wilmoth posted on 6/14/20

Earl "The Pearl" Lautzenheiser - Our deepest sympathies to the entire Lautzenheiser family. Heaven has a new angel. Earl was a quiet, humble man that loved his family. His faith was a strong one that was very evident in his daily walk. The awesome leader of the Lautzenheiser family that he and Su built that loves GOD. I know that my family was very blessed to have Earl in our lives. Know that we loved him very dearly. Rest easy our dear friend... Barb Jay Wilmoth The Neal & Virginia Jay Family

 

Brenda (Adams) Cribbs posted on 6/14/20

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I hope you find comfort, that he is now with Mike...

 

Robin Sheppard posted on 6/14/20

Truly a great guy that I respected as a friend and co worker. Rest in peace Earl

 

Michael Lindley posted on 6/14/20

Sorry to hear about Earl but thrilled he lived such a long and fulfilling life. Growing up with Mike I recall “Earl the Pearl” as a smiling and loving father who was always kind to anyone who entered.

 

RICK A PHILLIPS posted on 6/14/20

Rest in Peace Earl "The Pearl"!! My favorite Euchre partner!!!! God Bless the Family. Love You All <3

 

betty Lautzenheiser posted on 6/14/20

5 generations of Lautzenheiser men

 

Michael Lautzenheiser posted on 6/14/20

You will be missed Great Grandpa. Thank you for your service to this country. You will never be forgotten.

 

Mike and Deanie Runcie posted on 6/14/20

Earl was a kind and gracious leader of the church when I began ministry as youth minister in 1974. He was an encourager to all but especially to me and my young bride, Deanie. We have so many fond memories of Earl and grateful that God brought us together for a few steps along our journey of life!

 

Sue Dangelmaier posted on 6/13/20

Sympathies are sent to the family...Love and prayers...

 

Joyce and Gary Saxton posted on 6/13/20

Our deepest sympathy to the Setash Family. May he rest in amen.

 

Terry Orrick posted on 6/12/20

Condolences to the Guinn and Teverbaugh families.

 

Lula Mann posted on 6/12/20

Sending condolences and prayers to the family of Mrs. Patricia Mitchell-Fields. May GOD comfort you during this difficult time. The Mann Family (Thomas, Lula, and Soror Antoinette)

 

 

RICHARD MCDONALD posted on 6/12/20

Thank you for all the good memories of you. Rest in peace Patsy.

 

Jim Wingate posted on 6/12/20

I am sorry to learn that Cheryl died. She was so much fun, always upbeat with a smile. She was like that in high school and probably was for the rest of her life. We went to the Triangle a couple of times and had a great time. I remember her telling me one of the reasons why she moved back to Muncie. It was because whenever she was outside her home she saw an aquaintance or friend to socialize with, or to just say hello or to just wave. I then realized that is why I also liked Muncie.. She was compassionate as well. I hadn't seen her for many, many years and she sent me a card shortly after my sister died. I will always appreciate and remember her kindness. I extend my sincere condolences as you manage this difficult time.

 

 

Sandy York posted on 6/12/20

my sister for 74 years-RIP

 

Lucinda VanAlst posted on 6/12/20

Dear Lois and daughters, I tried this yesterday and am not sure it went through but please accept my sympathies at the loss of your father and my former colleague, Arnold. His office was next to mine for many years and we chatted almost everyday. I'm sad that you lost him and your mother so quickly but I know you will have good memories. Cindy Van Alst

 

Kevin Barefoot posted on 6/12/20

Ron was a great friend, my best man . He was like a brother and I will miss him deeply.

 

Dana Spence posted on 6/12/20

When I was growing up, there were two women who influenced me the most. One was my mom and the other was Mrs. Mitchell. When I was young, I paid attention to everything she said because her words conveyed lessons about life and the things she had learned along the way. She was a very generous person and was always encouraging, but the two attributes I admired the most about Mrs. Mitchell were her energy and her pride. I could tell she was a very proud woman, and I was proud to know her. The world needs more people like Mrs. Mitchell-Fields, especially now.

 

Rev. Amber Harris-Reed posted on 6/11/20

Pastor Maurice L. Reed & Rev. Amber Harris-Reed of Bethel AME, Muncie sends condolences to the family of Sis. Patricia Mitchell-Fields and would like to share what an Unknown author wrote. The author said, God saw Mrs. Patricia Mitchell-Fields getting tired when a cure was not to be. So, He wrapped His arms around her, and whispered, “come unto me.” You may say she didn’t deserve what she went through, and so He gave Sis. Patricia Mitchell-Field rest. God’s garden must be beautiful, for He only takes the best. And remember when He saw her sleeping, so peaceful and free from pain, He did not wish her to come back to suffer that way again. We pray God's comfort and peace over you during the loss of your loved one. May our heavenly Father lift you all up where you belong. In Christ Alone

 

 

Sandy York posted on 6/11/20

RIP Sister Love You

 

Gloria Wiiki Nelson posted on 6/11/20

Arnold was my big brother. He was a part of my life growing up and he told me many family stories that I was too little to know. I babysat for Mildred and him when their daughter was little. I especially remember the long talks we had on the telephone when we were both older. I will dearly miss him. He was truly a gentleman who was devoted to his wife.

 

Daniel Wiiki posted on 6/11/20

What a wonderful tribute slideshow! I was hoping we could come and visit a few years ago, but they were sick at the time -- I so wish we could have caught up then :-(

 

Shelley, Lorraine, and Chad. posted on 6/11/20

We are very sorry for your loss. Mom has been sharing thoughts when they were young in high school. It is difficult but your parents are together again. They are always with you.

 

Scott Spence posted on 6/11/20

Mrs. Mitchell was a great person and mom! She was also a great role model for our neighborhood, community, and Muncie. Very thankful that I had the opportunity to know her. Rest in Peace!

 

larry & renita adams posted on 6/11/20

We want you to know that you are in our hearts and minds during this time of grief. Love always

 

 

Frank Fields posted on 6/10/20

See showed much Love for my brother Fred Fields

 

 

Julie Osborn posted on 6/10/20

Lana was my best friend through high school we have alot of great memories I am sorry for ur loss she will be missed... Til we meet again my friend

 

Susan Danner posted on 6/10/20

I am so sorry for your loss. I missed seeing it in the newspaper. Prayers to my neighbors Pat and Joellen

 

Jim and Margaret Lowry posted on 6/10/20

Our sympathy to Arnold and Mildreds daughter and grand children. Arnold was a great colleague at Ball State. I enjoyed many interesting conversations with him. He assisted many students in their learning process. Bless Arnold and Mildred. Jim and Margaret Lowry

 

John and Denise Mooneyhan posted on 6/10/20

Dear Tracy family sorry for your loss we were out of town and heard of it we’re not able to share our condolences in person but our thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Herb and Karen Blank posted on 6/10/20

Oh, my, how very sorry we are that we missed Alice's passing. We have such beautiful memories of this lovely, kind, beautiful...and GREAT COOK...woman. She and Pat raised such a wonderful family to carry on the legacy of Alice's beautiful heart. We are so saddened that we were not there to pay our respects, but know we loved Alice...and your family.

 

Jim & Mary McCullagh posted on 6/10/20

So very sorry for your loss. She was a champion of life and faith. So good to meet her at Josh & Dayna’s wedding. Your whole family are in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Martin & Janice Snodgrass posted on 6/10/20

Millie and family we are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you all in our prayers. Love you

 

Allan & Brenda Chesnut posted on 6/10/20

Sincere sympathy for your loss. She was such a kind lady, she will be missed.

 

 

Cheryl Taylor posted on 6/10/20

Sure will miss her coming in the store and hearing about all your trips.

 

Pat Zebendon posted on 6/10/20

Sally will be missed by many. She was so very warm and friendly when I began teaching at Ivy Tech. We always found something to talk about. Heaven has gained an angel. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Nancy S. Meyer posted on 6/10/20

I used to work with Sally at Ivy Tech. I am saddened to read of her passing. Sally loved Eldon and her girls. I remember how proud she was of her grandson too and her sisters. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

Walt and Joanie Ward. posted on 6/9/20

Terry and Millie, so sorry for your great loss. May Jlm Bob RIP.

 

Gail Chesterfield posted on 6/9/20

I want to offer my mist sincere condolences. Sally and Eldon were both salt of the earth people who were loved and respected by many. Sally's commitment to the Ivy Tech family of students, staff and faculty is one to be highly commended. I will always remember her with fondness and respect.

 

Joyce Colligan posted on 6/9/20

Joel, Brianna & Joe... So sorry to hear about the loss of dad & grandpa. I enjoyed hearing stories and loved to see Joel's eyes light up when he spoke of his dad. He was a true example in many ways and he truly lives on through the life of his family and friends in the countless ways he has touched your heart, mind and spirit. Your treasure chests are full of many happy memories - priceless!! Embrace them always for comfort and joy. Heartfelt support and prayers to your whole family. Love, Joyce

 

Denise Miles Buck posted on 6/9/20

So sorry for your loss..thinking of all of you and praying for your peace and comfort for you all.

 

Cathy Miles posted on 6/9/20

Millie & family: thinking of you all. My prayers are with you all. Love, Cathy

 

Teresa and Rosemary Eixman posted on 6/9/20

Our deepest condolences to all of Priscilla's family and friends. May you rest in iternal peace and may there be peace in the hearts who have lost a precious loved one. Our hearts go out to all. With love, Teresa and Rosemary Eixman

 

Kyle Mace posted on 6/9/20

To the Tracy Crue, so sorry for your loss. Lots of fun memories that will always put a smile on my face. RIP Jim Bob

 

Rachael posted on 6/9/20

David, had such a sweet smile that lit up his face and made his eyes smile as well. Maybe a slightly mischievous grin now and then but he knew it! He were a great cousin and always fun to be with. I have so many wonderful memories of us as kids playing on the swing set in his backyard and running back and forth from his house to Grandmas (not sure Laura always enjoyed our surprise arrivals, we were a loud bunch!) love you and will miss you David, but will definitely never forget you.

 

Patty Gleason posted on 6/9/20

Dear Beverly and Sean- Please accept our sincere sympathies at this terribly sad time. Our hearts are so heavy for your loss. Know that our LOVE is being sent your way. Patty and Marty Gleason

 

Glenn E Ferguson posted on 6/9/20

So sorry for your loss, Janice.

 

 

Steve Knote posted on 6/9/20

She was a "helper" and will be missed. So very sad to know of her passing. All solace to her family and loved ones.

 

Jamie Friar ( Finchum) posted on 6/9/20

You will always be remembered Jim Bob!! RIP ..... Cowan CLASS OF 87....

 

Angie Franklin (Smith) posted on 6/9/20

JB was a good guy, I have many fond memories of him from school. We were both in the Cowan Blackhawk Class of 1987 and he definitely made school more interesting and fun. He is gone way too soon and he will be missed. My deepest condolences to all of his family and I will be praying for comfort for you all during this sad time.

 

Krystal Preston posted on 6/8/20

A beautifully written obituary. I am one of Bart's great nieces, though growing up he felt like more of an uncle than a great uncle, and my brother and I jokingly referred to him as "Uncle Bart Simpson." All the memories I have of Uncle Bart and Aunt Jan are happy ones that involved many sneaky cookies and other treats. We didn't get to visit as much we would like living so far away, but we are happy to have spent some time with both of them in Orange Beach not long ago. Uncle Bart will be deeply missed. Sending lots of love, thoughts, condolences, and prayers to the whole family.

 

Michelle Maxwell posted on 6/8/20

So sorry for your loss of JB. Thinking of you all. Love and hugs. JB will always be with you.

 

Tonia Stump posted on 6/8/20

So sorry to hear that your gone, they say the good die young, that definitely applies to you Jimbob, you were a amazing person, friend, but most of all a great dad! Rest easy my friend and fly high with the Angels

 

Ronny Timmons posted on 6/8/20

So sorry to hear about Jim Bob. He was a good man and we sure had our share of good times in the 80s. Praying for the family in your loss.

 

Bruce Qualls posted on 6/7/20

Donnie, I am so sorry for your loss. Lana was a sweet woman. Always enjoyed talking to her. Prayers for you and the family. Brandon sends his condolences along with condolences from the FOP Lodge.

 

 

Angie Mullinix posted on 6/7/20

May you rest peacefully in Gods loving hands.

 

 

Cyndy McAdams posted on 6/7/20

Going to miss you, everyone will. One of a kind. Full of life and laughter. Fly high friend.♥️Cyn

 

REBECCA N KIRKMAN posted on 6/7/20

Donnie, I was shocked to hear of Lana's passing. I am so very sorry. I pray that God will give you peace and comfort.

 

 

Shawna Carroll posted on 6/7/20

You made a impact on everyone you met. Thank you for helping me with my nephews cross. I do know you wouldnt want to suffer not your style. Your smile and upbeat personality is how you would want us all to remember you by. Love you my friend

 

Russell and Cheryl Steed posted on 6/7/20

So sorry Donnie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care of yourself old friend.

 

Sue (Susan) Ludwick posted on 6/7/20

Donnie...I am so sorry to hear this, my heart goes out to you. I am lost for words. Always there for you

 

Tina (Reynolds) King posted on 6/7/20

Donnie, I am so sorry to hear about Lana. You are in my thoughts and prayers. She and I had so many fun times together when we were younger and I will hold those memories dear. May the Lord provide you much comfort during these difficult times.

 

 

Linda Botkin posted on 6/7/20

DONNIE..I AM SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I THINK OF YOU OFTEN AND IF I MAY HELP IN ANY WAY, LET ME KNOW. YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS.

 

Rita Mullins posted on 6/7/20

Donnie, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Lana and our daughter were close friends growing up. Lana loved coming to our house where she and Tammy would just ride around our house on the riding lawn mower.

 

Kim (Bowen) Adams and Larry Bowen posted on 6/6/20

Donnie, I am so very sorry to hear of Lana passing. She and Mitch were always so good for me when I came over to babysit. Lana was a beautiful lady with a sweet heart. Know that I am praying for your. Much love and prayers, Kim (Bowen) Adams and Larry Bowen

 

John (Jack) Stiller posted on 6/6/20

My heart is heavy from hearing of your loss. My sincere condolences to the family and friends that lost their father, grand father, and friend. He will be greatly missed. May He Rest In Peace

 

Kippi Greco Schank posted on 6/6/20

I've known Richie forever but I really got to know him when he worked at my friend Todd Swartz transmission shop. He had a huge heart and loved his family. I'm so sad to hear of his passing. Another Rock Hill person lost.

 

Ron and Carolyn Furbee posted on 6/6/20

Donnie Ron and I are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tai Ross posted on 6/6/20

Prayers for you Donnie! I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Charlotte Alexander posted on 6/6/20

George was generous, loving and possessed the true spirit of a Unitarian. He will be missed.

 

Melissa posted on 6/6/20

So sorry for your loss. Richie always made me smile! He worked for me at the tire store.. There will be a party in heaven for sure this weekend..

 

sherry mason posted on 6/6/20

Hi honey It's been a rough month without you , missing you terribly . Moment's of light , happiness - wonderful memories . Miss Mary , Doris , Ne Ne , Mike and Renee , Yolanda and always Dottie . Love Sherry

 

Bill McCallister posted on 6/6/20

Donnie- I am sorry for your loss.

 

ron mullinix posted on 6/5/20

don, so very sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter. our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Christy Sutton Faber posted on 6/5/20

I am so sorry for your loss. We haven't been in touch for years but she was a good friend and we had LOTS of good times together. She will be missed.

 

 

J Holland posted on 6/5/20

Another beautiful light has left the world. May the Lord Keep you and wrap you up in his love.

 

Susan & Greg Smith posted on 6/5/20

I always had high regards for Marie, but her obit confirms she was a wonderful giving person. To Marie I say, "Well done good & faithful servant. Enter in the joy of your master." Matthew 25:21 To Marie's family, I remind you, "No eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor hear of man conceived, what God has prepared for those who love Him." 2 Corinthians 2:9

 

Stephen B Clark posted on 6/4/20

Julie & Kim, I'm so sorry for the loss of my life long friend. We had some good days together during our lives. Last time we talked was at cardio rehab this winter. It was good. I tried to make it to the funeral but I had to get Linda ready for her therapist and I didn't get done until after 11am. Again, sorry for your loss.We'll always remember her with kindness. Steve & Linda

 

Janel posted on 6/4/20

My friend I will miss you! Rest In Peace pretty lady!

 

Angie Bowling Reese posted on 6/4/20

Lisa & Kids, I am so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing! He was a genuine person! I remember riding to a Gaston gas station millions of times so he could call you Lisa! He loved you so much! I will treasure our short time we had together and listening to music on the driveway! Those were some great times! I am here for you Lisa. Praying for you all!

 

Daniel Wiiki posted on 6/4/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. What a delightful personality and a wonderful heritage that she left. May her memory ever be a blessing

 

Kathy Maul posted on 6/4/20

We are all so sorry for your loss. We are keeping you in our prayers. JoAnn Benadum Jim & Kathy Maul Dave and Linda Benadum and Family

 

Tricia Golden posted on 6/4/20

Lisa, you and your family are in our prayers. I only met your husband once but he seemed like an easy going optimistic man and I can only imagine what kind of grief you are feeling. I live pretty close to you so please let me know if there’s anything I can do. Tricia

 

Gloria Wiiki Nelson posted on 6/3/20

Mildred was my sister-in-law. I was not able to visit her or Arnold often, but she was a kind, gracious lady. I never heard her say a mean thing about anyone. She and Arnold were totally devoted to each other, never criticizing and always supporting each other. In her last few years in the nursing home, Arnold went to be with her every day. She will be greatly missed.

 

Bob Fritz posted on 6/3/20

Paul was a soccer - player buddy; hard to think of a nicer guy. He was taken way too young. My sincere condolences to Lisa; not to leave out the rest of the family, just simply never met them.

 

Mary Eixman posted on 6/2/20

To Kimberly and the family, we are so very sorry for your loss. We will always remember our wonderful times with Mom. All the laughter and love she brought into our world. She will be very missed. We offer our sincerest condolences, and know that we are always here for you and your family. Much love! Mary Eixman and Erasten Lightfoot

 

Cathy Branscome posted on 6/2/20

Lisa, I am truly sadden by the news of your family’s loss. You, Sydney, and your whole family are on my prayer list. May God bless you with strength, love, and faith!

 

joyce carmichael posted on 6/2/20

Betty, our most sincere sympathy on the passing of Max. Keith and I remember fondly our interactions with you and Max with golf at the Elks. You are in our thoughts. Joyce Carmichael

 

Debbie Van Briggle posted on 6/2/20

I just want you to know you are in my thoughts. I'm a service coordinator with First Steps; we have not interacted with kiddos, but my heart goes out to you and your family.

 

 

Terry Deavers posted on 6/2/20

Thoughts and prayers go out to the family..

 

Marie Zoller posted on 6/2/20

Lisa, my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. I didn’t know your husband, but it is evident how his kindness and love touched those around him. May peace and comfort surround you all.

 

POLLY A ORRICK posted on 6/2/20

To Kimberly and family, please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. You have been a wonderful caregiver to your mother and should feel at peace that your love and support were valued and appreciated by all. May God be with you.

 

Gary Nigh posted on 6/2/20

I was just remembering all the good times I had with Max on the golf course. We had a lot of laughs! Our heartfelt condolences to you Betty and your family.

 

Cindy Van Alst and husband Jim posted on 6/2/20

Arnold and Lois, I was so sorry to hear of Mildred's passing. I didn't know her well but she was a pleasure to talk with at ACC Dept gatherings. May you remember the good times and be comforted in those memories.

 

Sandra Price posted on 6/2/20

Mary,I am so sorry to hear of Jerry`s death!!! You both mean a lot to me.. Please call me at 744- 0158, I would love to talk to you.. Blessings.

 

Sadie Berg posted on 6/2/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. I am a volunteer at Westminster Village, and getting to see Mildred every week was truly one of the highlights of my day. She was one of the lights of Westminster, and I think she brought joy to a lot of people during her time there. I will think about her and miss her every time I visit.

 

ankita kamineni posted on 6/1/20

So sorry to hear about this and Our heartfelt condolences and Mehta family will be in our prayers!! Aunty was always very joyful And always welcomed with her sweetest smile. We have lost a very sweet and kind person from this Earth today. May her soul Rest In Peace Ankita & Krishna Kamineni

 

Val Kliment posted on 6/1/20

My deepest condolences on the passing of your husband and father. Your in my thoughts and prayers

 

Kathy Taylor posted on 6/1/20

God bless all of you during this time. Mom and dad were friends of your parents and I remember your dad coming down to help put up the storage barn in dad's backyard. It's still standing!I think your dad must have known what he was doing! Besides living in the same neighborhood and attending St. Mary church, I see the Costerison marker is very close to the Taylor marker at Elm Ridge. Together again in heaven! Blessings!

 

James Miller posted on 6/1/20

A good man, he taught and coached my son at soccer. He cared about the players, and will be missed but his impact will last on.

 

James J Kirkwood posted on 5/31/20

Dr. Mehta, So sorry to read of your mother's passing. I didn't know her, but she raised a very kind, caring son; you. I hope you keep good memories of her, Jim

 

Bharati and Tansukh Salgia posted on 5/31/20

Dear Inderji and Family, We are very sad to hear about Sudha,'s passing on. I have known Sudha from our childhood. We grew up together in Mumbai. I have very fond memory of her. Please accept our sincere condolences. May our Arihant Bhagwan keep her in his shelter. Once again please accept sincere heartfelt condolences.

 

Debbie Boss posted on 5/31/20

We are so sorry for your loss. Sending hugs

 

David Kamens posted on 5/31/20

Dr. Mehta, I was saddened to hear that your mother had passed, pleased to know it was a peaceful ending for her. Focus on the myriad of fond memories and you’ll find the pain lessening dramatically. It worked for me some years ago when I lost my mother.

 

Joanne E Smith posted on 5/31/20

My sympathies to LuAnn and the family. Thinking of you, and sending love & support.

 

Sandy Tharp posted on 5/31/20

Betty: I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Peter and Franky Voss posted on 5/31/20

We were so sorry to hear of your loss and wanted you to know that you are all in our thoughts.

 

 

B. K. Wilson posted on 5/31/20

I.m so sorry for your loss. I thought a lot of Max.

 

Bob and Earlene Harvey posted on 5/31/20

Betty; So sorry to read of Max's passing. He was a delight to be around. Enjoyed the time together on the course and at social events. Especially CK's and Jupir .He will be missed. RIP lefty.

 

Paresh and Sonal Sanghani posted on 5/31/20

Our deepest condolence for the Mehta family. May Sudhaven's soul rest in peace.

 

Rebecca Norrick posted on 5/31/20

I am so sorry for your loss. Miss seeing you at Macy's. Take care of yourself.

 

Arvind parakh posted on 5/31/20

Om Shanti Om. May her soul RIP.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 5/31/20

Betty and Daughters, I'm so sorry to read of Max's passing. He was a fine man and will be missed. Prayers & Sympathy. R.I.P. Max

 

Purnima Mehta posted on 5/31/20

We are very sorry to hear of the sad demise of Sudha Bhua. She was affectionate and very religious and a evolved human being . Her sudden passing away has been a shock and we pray God her soul rest in peace. May God give you all strength to bear this loss Regards Shiv Purnima Saurabh Nidhi Mehta, Indore

 

Dashrath Mehta posted on 5/31/20

Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Inder Mehta and family

 

Sharad & Sangeeta Bohra posted on 5/31/20

We are shocked and saddened by the news of Sudhaji passing and leaving for heavenly abode. We will always remember her wonderful and gentle soul and will cherish the fond memories of our years of stay in Milwaukee starting in 1978, meetings in Udaipur and recently in Muncie. She will forever remain in our hearts. Her religious faith and devotion to god has inspired us all. May she rest in peace. Our thoughts, prayers and most heartfelt condolences are with the family, may god give family the strength through the difficult times ahead. Sharad & Sangeeta Bohra

 

Shakuntla and Ganpat posted on 5/31/20

Our sincere condolences to Inder and whole family on passing of dear Sudha. May our prayers provide you all the ease to pass through this difficult time. We will miss her and may her soul Rest In Peace

 

 

Brenda Kidd posted on 5/30/20

Love you Darrell,you will be missed. So many great memories!!!!! ❤️

 

Dick and Susan Burk posted on 5/30/20

Betty and girls, it is with a sad heart that we read of the passing of your beloved husband and father, Max. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

 

Sakshi and Vattan Sharma posted on 5/30/20

Our deepest condolences to your family in this time of grief. Sudha Auntie’s demise came as a shock to us. We are thinking of you and pray that you find the strength to cope with your loss.

 

Michelle Maxwell posted on 5/30/20

Gene, Laurie, Ricky and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all. Love and hugs

 

Chaz Smith posted on 5/30/20

My deepest condolence for the Sumwalt family with the passing of Max. - Chaz Smith

 

Banthia Family posted on 5/30/20

To the entire Mehta family Please accept our condolences at this time of deep sorrow due to the sudden passing away of Sudha Bhabhiji. May the departed soul rest in PEACE From Banthia family

 

Kim Adams posted on 5/30/20

Dr. Rajeev Mehta and family, Sending my deepest sympathy and condolences to your entire family. Much love and prayers during this very difficult time. Losing a Mom is very hard.

 

David and Linda Roberts posted on 5/30/20

Betty we are very sorry for your loss. David and Linda Roberts Tamara (Roberts) Collins

 

Doug McKibben posted on 5/30/20

So So Sorry for your loss, Max was a great man and friend .

 

 

Mona Mayank posted on 5/30/20

Heartfelt condolence. May her soul rest in ultimate peace with the divine. May the Almighty give courage to bear this loss to the family. Aum Shanti

 

Nirmala Tiwari posted on 5/30/20

So sorry to hear about your loss, Heartfelt condolences to Mehta Family.

 

Mona Mayank Nagar posted on 5/30/20

Heartfelt condolence. May her soul rest in eternal peace with the Ultimate divineMay almighty give courage to bear this loss to the family. Aum Shanti

 

Cindy (Gabbard) Halstead posted on 5/30/20

Merrill, Shawna and family, I was so sorry to read about Darrell's passing, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Cindy (Gabbard) Halstead

 

greg and sherry van pelt posted on 5/30/20

i just heard so sorry for you and Sabrina and the family.

 

Ken and Joann Heinen posted on 5/29/20

Mike, We are very sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. May you be comforted by your fond memories. Our hearts are with you. Ken and Joann

 

Judy VanFleet posted on 5/29/20

Dick, Sally, Mary Jane & Kathleen, Words cannot express how sorry we are to learn of the passing of your dad. I have such fond memories of your family & the good times we spent together as kids. I also know how much your parent’s friendship meant to mom & dad over the years. Please know that we are thinking of your entire family at this time. Judy & Rene’

 

Lloyd and Mary Ann Bookmyer posted on 5/29/20

Melinda and Family, We were truly saddened to hear of John's passing. He was an inspiration to all and a very kind and affable friend. Know you have our heart-felt sympathy.

 

Heather (Holt) Rusher posted on 5/29/20

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Some of my fondest childhood memories involve your beautiful family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all

 

Trysten Phillips posted on 5/29/20

Love you always, Grandpa.

 

Lenny Baierwalter posted on 5/29/20

Mike, I am very sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. I will keep you and your mom in my prayers.

 

 

Brenda McPherson posted on 5/29/20

Prayers for the family

 

Linda Swartz posted on 5/29/20

I am sadden to hear of Dorothy's passing. She was such a lovely lady and a good Christian Woman. She will be dearly missed. May God wrap His loving arms around each of you and give you the comfort you need. Keep all of your memories in your heart and she will always be with you.

 

Denise new posted on 5/29/20

Rest in peace my friend love you niece new

 

Mark Bugher posted on 5/29/20

I worked with Ron at Muncie Water Works Company (as it was called then) as Assistant Manager from 1973 to 1986 (when I transferred to West Virginia). I also lived one block over from him on Gishler in Halteman Village. Ron was alway so kind to me, and a good mentor and boss. I learned much from him. He was a good man. I am sorry for your loss.

 

Cheri Ridley posted on 5/29/20

Kathleen, Mary Jane, Sally, and Dick _-- So sorry to read about your dad's passing. He and your mom and our parents always had such good times playing cards especially on New Year's Eve. We kids enjoyed playing together while they did their thing. I will never forget your family. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you in the difficult coming months. Bless all of you.. Cheri and Keith

 

Dona Case posted on 5/28/20

I am sure that everyone will agree with me that every time you saw Darrell he ALWAYS had a big smile. It was ALWAYS, Merrill & Darrell. Never said one name without the other. It will be very difficult to break that habit. My heart is heavy with sadness. I really really miss the family gatherings! We always had so much laughter and love. He’s my brother not by blood but by love♥️

 

Dorinda Reese posted on 5/28/20

So very sorry for the family loss y’all are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Penny Keller posted on 5/28/20

I always enjoyed visiting at your home. Your mom was a very special person. I am just so sorry. May God be with you all. I will be thinking of you all also.Hugs.

 

Patti Zayac posted on 5/28/20

Keyle, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your dear grandfather, my condolences to you and your family. "Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and forever dear."

 

Sue & Clay Bowman posted on 5/28/20

Cheryle a very special person! I’ve known her for many years. I hung out with her & Kathy as much as they’d let me! Little sisters! She will never be forgotten she will always have a place in my heart. I’m so very sorry for this unfortunate loss. God bless you Cheryle & your family. Love always Sue & Clay Bowman

 

Rod Fogle posted on 5/28/20

I will miss Michael’s sweet smile as I would visit my dad in his room. My dad greatly misses Michael and I wanted to let the family know that. Michael’s smile was a beacon of light and I will miss seeing him. prayers and hugs to the family including his wife.

 

Mary Pierce posted on 5/27/20

There are several memories Of Dot and Tom but the one that stands out the most is our visits to the Golden Corral when they were here for the winter. Occasionally some of the family would be in Florida and join us. Sometimes Jimmy would come and join us from work when he could. I remember he also got a slice of pecan pie first so it would be warm when he ate it. All the visits were great and we would overfill our bellies and look forward to the next visit. We know now that she is in Heaven joining a feast with not only Jesus but with Tom and her brothers and sisters and many longtime friends. Dot will be sure their will not be a speck of dirt in Heaven!

 

Kathy Cornwall posted on 5/27/20

Our deepest condolences and sympathy to the family and friends. She may of had to leave the earth to soon but we have gained another angel in our lives that will help guide, watch over us and continue to fill our hearts with love. She has impacted so many lives with her care, generosity, friendship, and her love that she may be gone but she will never be forgotten. We will never forget because she will be forever in our memories and our hearts. You will be greatly missed, my friend.

 

Carol (Barnell) Costerison posted on 5/27/20

So sorry to hear of the passing of Hysel. May God give each of you the strength to face your daily challenges with a peace in your heart. What a wonderful victory for Hysel and Mary, they are once again together. My father-in-law (Robert) was Hysel’s cousin. I got to know Hysel and Mary better at Morrison Woods when my mother (Betty) was a resident.

 

Sharon Spoerner posted on 5/27/20

Kathleen, So very sorry to learn of your father's passing. Such a difficult time for you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Lori Marshall posted on 5/26/20

Cheryle worked for us here in Pocatello at First Choice Home Care. We missed her when she left to move back to be closer to family. We are so sorry for your loss. She was the best at taking care of others! Guy and Lori Marshall

 

Linette Cook posted on 5/26/20

Wanda was a great friend, an encourager, and a confidant. I hope I was the same for her. We worked together briefly, but our friendship blossomed after that. Insomuch as possible we got together every week for over 20 years. We knew many of the same people, we both loved travel, and we had taken some trips together. We talked about our families, and we shared many of the same views on life. I will really miss her. My sympathy to all the family.

 

Shahannah Roudebush posted on 5/26/20

My heart goes out to the entire family. Wishing all of you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

 

SHARYN WEIR posted on 5/25/20

So sorry for your loss

 

THOMAS AND NORMA MCKNIGHT posted on 5/24/20

We were very sorry to hear about John's passing. I worked on several projects with John over the years and always appreciated his support and friendship.He was one of the best and will be missed by everyone who worked with him.

 

Daniel John Stuart posted on 5/24/20

... you will be in our thoughts and prayers as you face these ‘changes’ with the courage and compassion that I believe you have always shown ...

 

Thomas Blinn and Susan Dugdale posted on 5/24/20

Susan and I are so sorry for your loss. In a different time we would have wanted to be there in person to offer our support.

 

Laura Amlin posted on 5/24/20

So very sad to hear about John. He had a kind, caring, cheerful spirit and always had a smile with a friendly greeting.

 

Marlin B. Creasy posted on 5/24/20

Melinda, Mindy and Joe and families...so saddened to learn of John's passing. He enjoyed life, friends and truly valued his family. His friendship was a deep treasure in my life.

 

Rich Unrein posted on 5/24/20

Melinda and family, so sad to hear of John’s passing. I so enjoyed working with John over many years. His obituary clearly defines him, especially his sense of humor. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. May God Bless you and keep your family well. Sincerely, Rich and Nona Unrein

 

Tony & Carmen Costello posted on 5/24/20

Melinda & Family: It is with great, great sadness that we learned this morning of John's passing. We know he is now with our Good Lord and bringing a smile to all those who he knew here on earth and who he now resides with in heaven. John was a true gentleman and lived his days here on earth in service to his family, faith and community. He will be missed but never forgotten. Rest well, our friend. Tony & Carmen Costello

 

Larry Brandon posted on 5/24/20

So sorry to hear of the passing of one of my best childhood friends. Lot of fond memories.

 

Jamie Hurst posted on 5/24/20

Your dad was always so much fun. A quite man but those are the ones you have to look out for. So fortunate to have gotten to travel to NASCAR races with your family. RIP Mike

 

Robert and Lydia Burton posted on 5/24/20

God's peace to the family and friends of Jerry Harry

 

Rosalee Duckworth posted on 5/23/20

Mary we are so sorry for your loss. Jerry was a great guy. Dan & I will be thinking of you

 

 

Tina Powers posted on 5/23/20

We love you and sure gonna miss you this is so unfair. Were at a loss for words and our hearts are broken

 

Chuck Slanovec posted on 5/23/20

I knew and worked with John in Southern California back in the mid ‘80s in the El Monte plant - sales office. I enjoyed working with him and have some good memories. I am very sorry to hear of his struggles over the past few years and of his recent passing. Condolences to Melinda, Mindy and Joe. Best. Chuck

 

Walter and Joanie Ward posted on 5/23/20

Scott, sorry for the great loss to you and the family. He was a great man and a good friend.

 

Artis M Goins posted on 5/23/20

A nice guy

 

Randy and Linda Miller posted on 5/23/20

Tina and Brenda, we are so sorry for your loss. Your dad was such a sweet man. God bless and comfort you. Randy and Linda Miller

 

Tam (Snyder) Delorme posted on 5/23/20

Dear Teena, Brenda, and Family, Our thoughts are with you today as we share your sadness with the loss of your Dad. We have so many wonderful memories of shared summers in Wentling Corners in PA. All the hours wasting away on the porch swing, corn roasts, and campfires. Your house was always my favorite with candle lanterns at Christmas. May you also hold the loving memories close to your heart until they bring you peace. Sandy, Bob, & Devin Hannold and Tam, Thierry, & Isabelle Delorme

 

Neil Kuhlman posted on 5/23/20

I am sad for your loss, John was a good guy. He's been in our prayers since Richmond, and will remain so for John and your family. We still have our good memories of time spent with John.

 

Neil Kuhlman posted on 5/23/20

John was always a person that cared about people. I don't know anyone that didn't like him. A true gentleman that will be missed!

 

 

Jim Andrews (ISP retired) posted on 5/23/20

I am so sorry for the loss of your father and husband. For all of you, I* ask God's Blessing to help you through this unhappy time. Ray-J, you are the best!

 

Mike Conn posted on 5/23/20

It’s hard to say what Mick meant to me. He was a dear friend of my dad and mom when I was very young. Our families spend time together over my entire lifetime. He was a hero to me, just like my dad was. As an adult, he continued to be such a solid man to talk with and trust. I shall forever miss him.

 

Daniel Garrett posted on 5/23/20

Rest in Peace

 

Daniel Garrett posted on 5/23/20

Rest in Peace Mike you will be missed. Say hello to Nina.

 

Sandy Leaird posted on 5/22/20

I was sorry to hear of Shirley's passing. She was one of our devoted Avon Representatives. Condolences from her Avon manager, Sandy Leaird, and her Avon team leader friends.

 

[email protected] posted on 5/22/20

Im so very sorry for your loss, Mike was a wonderful man. I've never seen him when he wasn't smiling!!! RIH MIKE

 

STEVEN DOUTHITT posted on 5/22/20

So sorry about Mike's passing. We had lot's of great times years ago. He was quite a character, I will miss him. My deepest condolences for the family.

 

[email protected] posted on 5/22/20

Sandy Spence Burke

 

Greg and Lori posted on 5/22/20

You will be missed

 

Terry Williams posted on 5/22/20

Felicia and I will miss our morning visits around the Kitchen table each day when we visited, solving the worlds problem over coffee each day.

 

Ellin Messolonghites Johnson, Wells College class secretary, 1957 posted on 5/22/20

Cissy was a treasured member of the Class of 1957 at Wells College. We did not learn of her death until May 2020 but send sympathy to Wade and the family. Cissy was with us for the 50th reunion in 2007. She was a charming member of our class.

 

Mary Lanning posted on 5/22/20

Sympathy to Mike Goad, Joyce and other family members. You will have many good memories of your Mother.

 

chuck rogers posted on 5/22/20

sorry to hear of randys passing we were friends when he came to linton indiana to visit his cousin kathy underwood

 

Kurt Jack 41st ISP Recruit School posted on 5/22/20

Larry- So sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your entire family.

 

Kimberly Swider Judge posted on 5/22/20

I am so sorry for your families loss! My thoughts and Prayers for each of you during this difficult time.

 

LINDA Schultz PRICE posted on 5/22/20

So sorry to hear of her passing. Many prayers to the family..just drove past her house yesterday and was thinking about old times...

 

Joyce Libes posted on 5/22/20

Dear Teena & Brenda and family, Your dad was one of a kind and will be missed by all who knew him. My heart goes out to you and the family. He left all of us many good memories and smiles. Sending you my love and a hug.

 

Bruce Munson posted on 5/22/20

I am saddened to learn of Shirley's passing. I knew her thanks to her involvement in local politics. She was unfailingly cheerful and a delight to be around. The Goad family is in my prayers.Br

 

Ric Reece posted on 5/21/20

JD's greatest contribution is his three sons. Finer gentlemen cannot be found. Rest in Peace.

 

Lola Toomer-McGregor posted on 5/21/20

Have known Mrs. Reed since I was a kid at East Longfellow School. Great friend to my Mom, Daisy Toomer. RIP and much love to the family, Grace, Floyd, & Tony.

 

Bobbi Smith posted on 5/20/20

So sorry to hear of Randy's passing. We were friends "back in the day" and ran around with a small group. He loved to laugh and have a good time. Rest easy, my friend.

 

LARRY JOHNSON posted on 5/20/20

Dad, I am certain Grandma was at Heaven's gates to greet you with the best cornbread and soup bean supper you've ever had, and Grandpa surely took you for a walk on his heavenly farm. I am most certain Pappy and Uncle Jim were waiting for you with your new cabin cruiser, and took you on its maiden voyage on that river of gold. Love you and will miss you always.

 

Monty and Jeri Fleenor posted on 5/20/20

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family

 

Chrystal Mills posted on 5/20/20

I will never forget shelia ,George , or my dad Frankie always sitting on the porch Just chilling with not a care in the world. Or the fact that she threw a kegger I just got my son Brock home from hospital and she wanted to see him his first outting was a kegger. I will never forget shelia ever !!! I wish I would have know you were in the hospital so me and mom could have kept u company . We love you Always! Tell my daddy I love him and my little Brocky I miss you so much so love you all forever

 

Kim Hancock posted on 5/20/20

Very saddened to hear of Randy's passing. We have been friends for many years and he will be forever missed. Randy was a friend that was always there when you needed him. Love and miss you always my friend. Fly high

 

Don Stetson posted on 5/20/20

Enjoyed having coffee with Ron every morning for several years, he will be missed!!

 

Mario Valcarcel posted on 5/20/20

Prayers and condolences for the Minor family. I only met Wanda a couple of times, she was kind, thoughtful and loved her family

 

Ron and Linda Johnson posted on 5/20/20

Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother, Steve. We pray for comfort for you and your family.

 

Jeff Langham posted on 5/20/20

A lot of memories from the 70s and Randy's in most of them now Jeff Chuck Allen and Randy can make new memories in there life eternal God Speed and a safe Journey

 

 

Ruth Goodman posted on 5/20/20

So sorry to hear of Randy's passing. Payers our with you all. May he rest in peace.

 

Dee Dee Klotz posted on 5/20/20

Blessed to have known her. Heartfelt thoughts and prayers for children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Hugs to you Wanda

 

John Jacobson posted on 5/20/20

What a gracious and wonderful person. I enjoyed our visits. You and Paul are so lucky to have each other. May the Lord continue to bless you!

 

Gayle Harrold posted on 5/19/20

Shirley was a neighbor and great friend to my parents, Kathleen and Merritt Harrold. My mother enjoyed helping her find customers for Avon among friends who didn't have access to sales people. Shirley was a big help to them in their final years, and she and her family showed the greatest gesture of friendship by caring for their aging dog after my father died. We send our condolences to the family and our thanks for sharing Shirley with ours.

 

Sally Jones posted on 5/19/20

Jim and Reva were the very best neighbors. Jim helped me so many times when my mower quit working! He was a wonderful man!

 

Sally Jones posted on 5/19/20

Jim helped me so much while we lived next door to them. If my mower quit he always was there to help. He was one of the best men I knew! He and Reva were wonderful neighbors!

 

Mary Ann Logsdon posted on 5/19/20

I grew up living next door to Shirley on 27th Street. She was such a nice lady. I remember going over to her house just to see what she was doing when I was little. Gloria was still living at home so that's been a lot of years ago. My mom, Choi Baxter, is staying at The Waters in Muncie on Chateau Drive. She was visiting my brother and fell, had a total hip replacement and then the corona virus happened so shes still in Muncie and doing well. I told her about Shirley passing away this morning and she wanted me To be sure I told her kids she was very sorry for their loss. Our deepest condolences to the entire family. She really was a super nice lady.

 

Judy Thomas posted on 5/19/20

Shirley was one of the sweetest women I’ve known. I had a lot of fun with her and miss her smile and laughter. The family has my deepest sympathy and they are all in my prayers.

 

Phyllis A. De Smet-Howard posted on 5/19/20

My husband and I met Charlie while attending programs at the E. B. and Bertha C. Ball Center in Muncie and the John Jay Center for Learning in Portland. She always had something interesting to say on a vast array of topics. Charlie was a lovely lady, and she will be greatly missed.

 

Brian gulley posted on 5/19/20

MAY GOD SPEED COMFORT TO YOU ALL

 

mike kelly posted on 5/19/20

So sorry to hear of Ron's passing. His dedication to the church was inspiring

 

Lana Jo McNary posted on 5/19/20

Priscilla, I was so sorry to see that Ron has passed. Dave McNary thought so much of him and enjoyed time working with him. My heart goes out to you and your family. My prayers are all around you.

 

Michelle Stephenson posted on 5/19/20

My most deepest of sympathy to Paul and the entire family. I had the privilege of being the BSU Alumni Center volunteer coordinator for almost 10 years. My husband, Matt, worked with them the first 9 years they volunteered at the alumni center. I loved Monday mornings with Paul & Bernice. They were charming and delightful. I adored them both. They always spoke about David & Paula and all of the grandkids. Bernice & Paul were incredibly proud of their family. I can’t imagine Paul’s sadness & grief. Those two were inseparable. Please know all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending love & a hug from Matt & Michelle, Jake & Josh Stephenson

 

Keith/Betty Orebaugh posted on 5/19/20

So sorry Reva and boys. We have so many good memories at Land O Nod and the time We visited in Vevay. You fixed us the best bologna sandwich....we ate and visited while watching the barges go down the Ohio. Love you all....you’re in our prayers! Keith and Betty

 

 

Ray Johnson posted on 5/18/20

Dad, I miss you already. Love you dearly and you are the best. Ray

 

 

Jenny, Emily, and Sean posted on 5/18/20

Lots of good memories of Randy. Always Steve's younger brother. I feel in his heart was a compassionate young soul always searching. May he rest in peace. My sympathy is with his family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Edward Alexander posted on 5/18/20

Dear Paul & Nesper Family: I offer sincere condolence. Bernice was a terrific woman. She recruited my Mother into Faculty Wives and they, like Paul and my own Dad, remained life long friends. They were Richard and Margaret Alexander.

 

 

Nori Hensley posted on 5/17/20

I can not think of Uncle Clyde without it putting a smile on my face. I had many fun and wonderful times with Uncle Clyde growing up. While my mom and Aunt Helen, who were sisters would visit, Uncle Clyde would play badminton, or volleyball, croquet, or basketball with us kids. My favorite memories of all are the basketball games we would play. My brother Bud, and my cousins Tracy, Robbie and Terry would all be on a team. They never wanted us girls on their team, I suppose in their guy - minds us girls would slow them down. But, Uncle Clyde would say, ‘that’s okay me and the girls will take on you boys, and we will win!” And, usually we did! I really love and appreciated him! What an awesome person!

 

 

Nora Stacy posted on 5/15/20

I will miss seeing you when we go to Muncie always looked forward to seeing you when Dad was alive and you would come to see me at Dads house.Love you.

 

Jeannie Barbosa Hermerding posted on 5/15/20

Paula and family. So sorry to read that your mother had passed. Your parents were always very nice to me when we were in high school. Sending positive thoughts and prayers to you all during this difficult time.

 

Deanna curtis posted on 5/15/20

Always loving people with the biggest heart.. She was so special.. Love u Aunt Mary.

 

Sharon Spoerner posted on 5/15/20

Bernice typed my husband Tom's Doctoral Dissertation in 1978. It was amazing how quickly she was able to complete it! She was such a kind, caring person. She will be missed.

 

Mary McCord posted on 5/15/20

- [ ] I’m sending this note because my late husband, Jim McCord, was a student of Mr. Gillespie’s and I’m certain Jim would want me to let Lewis know that he is sorry. I know that Jim has some good memories of Lewis and they communicated through facebook. My sincere sympathy is with you at this very difficult and sad time. Mary McCord

 

Walt and Joanie Ward. posted on 5/14/20

So sorry for your great loss.

 

Alexus Sutliff posted on 5/14/20

Anthony I love and miss you so much. I can't believe that you are gone. I wish you could come back just one more time so that I could give you a big hug and tell you how much I love you. I seen your brother the other day and God do you guys look alike he made me think of you. Love and miss you alot.❤❤❤

 

Michael D. Kasting posted on 5/14/20

Dear family, my memory of Julie goes back to 1960 when she was 500 festival queen. I was an eighth grader and had just won the Central Indiana Spelling Bee. She came out to my school (Calvary Lutheran) for congrats and pics for the newspaper. I thought she was a stunningly lovely young lady. It's my one and only memory, but I've never forgotten her. I'm now retired (from the ministry) and my own dear wife, also a wonderful, lovely lady, is now in a care home. I hope that Julie found joy and hope in her faith and held tightly to the promises of God! I pray the same for all of you.

 

Lana Naylor posted on 5/14/20

I'm so sorry to see this and my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Moa was my neighbor in Muncie and we had many talks and waves through her time on Woodmont Dr. I loved that woman ❤️ she was always a breath of fresh air. Always had a smile and a kind word to say. I will surely miss her . RIP Norma ♥️♥️♥️

 

Philip Bonnell posted on 5/14/20

Today the Bonnell's laid to rest the body of one of our own. Martha, she was not born a Bonnell way back in Pickett county Tennesse. She was a sparkling inspiration for every one she met and she met many. Her life here was of dedication and service to others. A shining light that continues to fill others with selfworth and possibilies not conceived of before her grace. Though she has left many behind she celebrates the releasing of her soul from the bindings of this world as so do we. I'll never forget when I asked her why she didn't have kids (I was very young) she without pause said, "Well, I do. I have twenty to thirty every year and you know I just love them." And she did, through my life I have met many that still hold the dearest love for her and are grateful for the time they shared and the help and direction she gave. Like a nugget of Tennesse gold in a Delaware county stream of pebbles you enriched our community, friends and family. Congratulations!

 

Doug Kizer posted on 5/14/20

My all time favorite teacher. Very special and fondly remembered. Stevenson Elementary, 1971.

 

Dana Connell posted on 5/14/20

I would like to send prayers and condolences to the children and grandchildren of Charles Ray.... what a legacy you all have to follow.. a great man, mentor, school administrator and friend... He was definitely a sponsor and supporter of the class of 1988 I think he knew all of us by name... so sad to hear of his passing but glad he is reunited in Heaven with Jan... praying for everyone’s life he touched!

 

Teresa Massey posted on 5/13/20

Mr. Gillespie was my boss for many years at Ball State and I had the privilege of meeting Kay thru working for him. She was so loving and caring about me and my family always asking how everyone was. I loved talking to her cause she was just so full of spunk and so much fun to be around. She is one of those type of people you never forget cause she was just so amazing and I loved everything about her! I will miss her!

 

Jessica wingate posted on 5/13/20

Mrs. Bonnell was my first grade teacher at Grissom. She was a sweet and caring (yet firm) teacher. She was always one of my favorite teachers. My thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.

 

Marsha Wallen posted on 5/13/20

My son after his first day in school, came home to tell me his teacher had an accident. Shocked, I said Mrs. Bonnel has been in an accident? After further questioning ...he finally realized he was referring to her accent. His teacher has an accent. Mrs Bonnel and I always had a good laugh over this story for years. She always referred to TN as God’s country. Today, I live in god’s country and Martha is really in god’s country. RIP, Martha. You were well loved by many but especially by a little boy named Josh.

 

 

Lisa Lueck posted on 5/13/20

Shine bright my love

 

Ruth Howell posted on 5/13/20

This lady was the "sweetest of the sweet." I worked with her at Grissom elementary as did my sister.

 

Talia Howard posted on 5/12/20

So many memories lady I don’t even know where to begin. I’m going to miss you Sheila. I love you Lady. You tell George I love him too and give Thunder big huggas for me. I loved him so much and my heart still drops every time I turn that bend too. Now even more so. When I get there you better tell Frankie to move his feet because I’m coming for my hug. Until then you better be listening because Im not going to stop talking to you Lady. ((Huggas))

 

bob bonham posted on 5/12/20

Lisa and I are so saddened to learn of your loss Joyce and extend our condolences to you and your family.You and Terry were stars in our class and our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.Bob

 

Lori Norris Grice posted on 5/12/20

I'm so sorry to hear of Mrs. Bonnell's passing and send these words of comfort to her family. She was my first grade teacher and I have always remembered her as "Miss Williams" at Stevenson Elementary School. Her grace, wit and poise provided an excellent role model for me as well as many others. I wanted to grow up and be a teacher just like her! I'm a better person because of her influence on the value of a good education. She is a very dear lady in many hearts. Peace to the Bonnell and Williams families.

 

Judy (Wooten) Martin-Urban posted on 5/12/20

To Richard, Alice Jean and all the rest of the family I extend my condolence. I talked with Martha a few weeks ago and we reminisced our fun days of The Chanute Girls. I admired Martha's love of God and of others and how she kept her spirit up these past few years. She is one of the people I shall hold in my heart because it is safe there and full of love. Enjoy your new home, Martha! Our group will gather again!

 

Tina Newland Darling posted on 5/12/20

To the Brennan and Gillespie families, Kay's mother, Maxine, and my mother, Helen, were dear lifelong friends. Since the passing of these two ladies, "Kay-Kay" and I kept in touch with Christmas cards and other occasions over the years. It was so nice for me personally to continue the connection that our mothers had shared. I am sorry to have lost that, but I am grateful for the friendship we shared. On behalf of the entire Newland family, please accept our sincere condolences.

 

Amy Jo Mansfield Osborn posted on 5/12/20

I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Bonnells passing. She was my 1st grade teacher and also had my Son. She had a lasting influence on me throughout my life. She will be missed by many. We will remember her with so much love and so much respect. My thought and prayers are with the family at this time. May God wrap his loving arms around you in comfort.

 

Oren Olinger posted on 5/12/20

Richard I wad saddened when I read the paper this morning. Martha was always one of those people that I looked forward to see when I saw her name on my schedule. You two were wonderful patients.

 

Jeff Brandon posted on 5/12/20

Richard, Kathy and I are so sorry to hear about Martha's passing. She was such a wonderful person, and I always enjoyed talking to her about the South when we attended church together. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Jeff and Kathy Brandon

 

David Moore posted on 5/12/20

Danny, Loved your mom. A lot of good memories when we were growing up as kids to cherish forever. She will be missed.

 

 

Sheila & Jim Ponder posted on 5/12/20

Love this Lady ~ rest in peace!!! You are in peace and harmony in God's hands.

 

jason jabara posted on 5/11/20

I had the pleasure of working with Charles Ray over 7 Summers at camp Cheley in Colorado and at another NASSP camp in Sienna, New York. We stayed in touch off and on throughout the years. He was a true gentlemen and mentor and a friend. C-Ray you will be missed.

 

Lisa Eshleman posted on 5/11/20

My deepest sympathy to Richard and all the family. Martha befriended my mom at Morrison Woods when mom moved in to be near her husband. She welcomed mom and was so very kind to all of us when we visited. More recently when my sister and I were at MW during mom's last days, she loved and cared for us as though we'd known her for years. She comforted us in our grief despite her own struggles with cancer. She will be missed.

 

.Ronald Hancock posted on 5/11/20

I had the priledge of working with Charles in the Indiana Association of Student Councils, and also at Camp Cheley in Colorado. He was a special friend to all that knew him. My life was enriched just knowing him.

 

Paula Rutherford posted on 5/11/20

Know,Richard, Martha is happy and in a wonderful place. She was a remarkable woman.My prayers are with you.

 

Amy Upchurch posted on 5/11/20

Cindy was a joy to work with. She made your experience memorable and I always left with a smile on my face. We will all miss her! I'm so very sorry for your loss.

 

Mason and Mindy Morton posted on 5/11/20

Mason and I are saddened by your loss Brennan, Ashley and your family.

 

Robert Stine posted on 5/11/20

My prayers and condolences to Richard and the whole family. Martha was a direct neighbor of my family for many years in Muncie. What a wonderful, caring woman. I was so pleased to re-connect with her and Richard a few years ago at a service I attended. My personal favorite memory is that they sold me their car at a very favorable price, becoming my very first one at 16 years of age. Specifically, a green 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix :) What wonderful people. Rest in peace Martha.

 

Jeanell Sheffield posted on 5/11/20

I have known Martha for 55 years. Richard and my brother, Dean Leach, are best friends. I became acquainted with Martha as soon as she met Richard. I have loved her for all of those 55 years. She was kind, respectful, generous, helpful and an excellent cook. She was a wonderful hostess and one of the finest Christian ladies I’ve ever known. In recent years, I have joined her church and attended several social events with her. My husband, Mike, taught in the same school with her for 22 years. He loves her as much as I do. She will be missed more than anyone can understand. Rest safely in the arms of Jesus, my dear, dear friend!

 

David Hurd posted on 5/11/20

To the Van Cott Family, As you grieve know that we are remembering you and honoring the memory of Norman. God Bless you and your beautiful family. Sincerely, Robin Run Village

 

Sherri White posted on 5/11/20

Cindy was the reason I bought coffee at the Bean. She was always the bright spot in my day - whether she was teasing me or hugging me. I will, like so many others, miss her warm and lovely heart. So very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Colten posted on 5/11/20

I miss him

 

Gerald Murray posted on 5/10/20

Lew, I was so sorry to read in this mornings paper that Kay had passed. I am so sorry. She was such a vivacious and caring person that it is hard to imagine that her wonderful sense of humor and laugh have been silenced. She will be missed by many, but her spirit will continue on. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Nathan Shadoin posted on 5/10/20

Lewie, Brennan, and Shannon - Very sorry to hear about Kay and the loss to your families. I think about all of you from time to time, unforgettable and positive memories, with Jim and Joy Wasson. Where did those days go? Please accept my sincere sympathies and best of luck to all of you moving forward.

 

Sharon Spoerner posted on 5/10/20

So very sorry to learn of Kay's passing. I will miss seeing her happy smile at BSU events. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Stay safe and well.

 

Carol Louis Lowe posted on 5/10/20

Lou, Barbara, Louis and I are sorry for your families loss. I am praying for all of you.

 

Bob & Sandy Pyle posted on 5/10/20

We are so sorry to hear this Bob and Judy! Prayers for you and your family

 

Janice Craig posted on 5/10/20

Judy and Joyce, Just learned of your mothers passing this morning. I let my mother (Reanelle Heritage) know and she was saddened but comforted by Helen’s long life and her plucky spirit. She will truly miss her as she very much enjoyed her company. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you!

 

Tom Axon posted on 5/10/20

RIP Brother! The Chapter Eternal got a true gentleman!

 

Kate Stroup posted on 5/10/20

I enjoyed working with him through IASC. He will be missed. He was very much a RAY of sunshine.

 

Carter Rudolph posted on 5/10/20

I only was able to be with Mr Self for three sessions. It was clear right away what kind of coach and mentor he was, but more importantly what kind of husband, father, brother, and friend he was also.

 

Don Odle posted on 5/10/20

Diane and family Sorry to hear about the death of your dad. I always enjoyed our conversations back in the day when you were in middle school. He was a great guy and I know he will be missed.

 

Duane Schull posted on 5/10/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family and loved ones....

 

Sandy Duncan posted on 5/10/20

Bruce, Praying for you and your family at this time. I worked for your Dad at Dick and Charlie’s for a short time. He was a great boss. Sandy Duncan

 

Suzanne Tucker posted on 5/9/20

My heartfelt condolences to Mr. Ray’s family on the passing of a wonderful man. I am a 1987 grad of Muncie Central and he was one of my favorites. He even video taped my wedding in 1993. So many wonderful memories of him. Prayers to all of you as you grieve.

 

Julie Reed posted on 5/9/20

I’m so sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family.

 

Sunny West posted on 5/9/20

Great Uncle, Ski buddy in my younger years and youth group mentor❤️❤️❤️

 

Sunny West posted on 5/9/20

Uncle Charlie you were always a light in my life. I will miss you! Hope you find a good ski hill in heaven! Love you!❤️❤️❤️

 

Paula J Howell posted on 5/9/20

Thinking of you. Cherish all your wonderful memories. Prayers and hugs to your families.

 

Kathleen Backer posted on 5/9/20

Deborah Ramsey was a long time friend,we shared many cups of coffee and conversations over the past 25 yrs.We shared a common love of animals,really any animal that was down on their luck she would take it in care for it.She loved the squirrels and birds and fed them.She rescued her dogs Conan and China and had them properly Vetted. Then came the cats that were abandoned she took them all in.Just like animals she was a friend to anyone that was an underdog.She was always a gracious hostess and loved all her neighbors.I will miss her,she always offered me a place to stay when I had to take call for the hospital, I lived more than an hour away so our little joke was I'll leave the light on.I was glad to have met her sister Bink who took such wonderful care of her.I send my prayers for the family to give them strength but know she is resting peacefully..

 

Alice W Silvers posted on 5/9/20

Louie and family,My deepest condolences. In this most difficult time,may the love and strength of family and friends comfort you. Love and prayers. Alice

 

Marsha Bragg posted on 5/9/20

Lewie, what devastating news to hear. She was in my thoughts last week. Always should act on those. Sounds like she may have been ill. My deepest sympathies to you and your entire family. Kay was a delight and I have wonderful memories of that even though we haven't seen each other in years. So hard to let such a vibrant personality go. And yet, God is the great I AM now caring for her and she is safe from this worlds troubles. May He grant His peace that passes understanding to you all. May your memories refrsh and help sustain you. Love in Christ, Marsha

 

Sarah Mack posted on 5/9/20

God continue to comfort and keep you and yours as you learn to live without your mother’s physical presence. She lives in your memories. Reflect on the moments she made you smile, and do it often. My love, warm hugs, and kisses ...

 

Ted Butz posted on 5/9/20

Bob was not only a great friend, he was a great competitor and disciple of the sport we all love. Whenever I saw Bob whether at the gun club or in any other setting, his infectious smile and outgoing attitude was a joy to be around. There was no greater pleasure than spending an afternoon shooting clay targets with him. His stories, jokes and helpful suggestions we’re always available. He will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to all the family.

 

 

Patty neukam posted on 5/9/20

I'm glad I got to meet Shelia she was like a second mom to me and if I have bad day she was not shy by no means to fire in hole and tell me get it out make me feel better she. Make me eat plate food we had cookouts all time went fishing up on river and we had each other backs when trouble came so here to u shelia love yah and I know ur in heaven with George and Frank and ur in no more pain. So save me a spot I see u when I get there

 

 

Jennifer Burrell posted on 5/9/20

She was a warm hearted lady and she loved having fun hanging out with her friends and family she will always be loved and missed very much but never forgotten and it won't be the same without her love you very much ....

 

 

Darlene Denton posted on 5/9/20

My deepest condolences to you Jami and your family—your Mom was such a wonderful person and caring nurse

 

W J Liston posted on 5/8/20

What a great friends Wayne and Barb have been over the years we will miss Wayne greatly . Love Bill and Carol Liston

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 5/8/20

Lew, Shannon, and Brennan, I'm at loss for words. So sorry. My friend and neighbor, she will be missed. Prayers and Sympathy. Sarah R.I.P. Kay

 

Ron Anderson posted on 5/8/20

Thoughts and prayers are with you. Fond memories and much respect for the Fisher family. Wayne and Barb were great neighbors and friends to Dave and Millie Reed. In addition, I was blessed to spend four years with Justin in the wrestling program. God Bless You All.

 

 

Carrie Stipp posted on 5/8/20

Ray was so kind and funny to be around. I was lucky enough to be able to be one of his caretakers and sit with him and listen to his many memories of his life. He will always be in my heart and I will never forget him. He has made a long lasting impression on everyone he has been in contact with and he will truly be missed.

 

Jennifer Pugh posted on 5/8/20

Although Deborah and I didn’t work in the same office, we were a small group of colleagues under the same umbrella for three years. During that time, she was a wise member of our team, near the end of her career. I learned that she was caring about the mission and our team, supportive, and easy to approach with a wicked sense of humor. She was a wonderful role model and I will remember her fondly. She was especially supportive when I went through my own bout of cancer. My thoughts go out to her sister and nephew.

 

Veronica Santoyo posted on 5/8/20

Dave, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of you and Bryn when we rehearsed Over the River and Through the Woods. Bryn was a spectacular actor in it. I knew him briefly but was impacted by the beauty of his soul. The Earth has lost a light and Heaven now shines brighter. I hope you find comfort in having loved him so. Sending you many blessings. - Veronica Santoyo

 

Mark Parkison posted on 5/8/20

Lew, I am so sorry for your loss. I will pray for God to comfort you and your family during this very difficult time. Thinking of you.

 

Sandy Barrett posted on 5/8/20

Jon .. so sorry for your loss. Wayne had graduated with my brother Paul.

 

Sharon Bethea and Family posted on 5/8/20

A poem to describe who Deborah was, not just to my family and me but to everyone who was privileged to have known her. She is greatly missed. Always There by Erik Gault If I could catch a rainbow I would do it just for you. And share with you it's beauty On the days you're feeling blue. If I could build a mountain You could call your very own. A place to find serenity A place to be alone. If I could take your troubles I would toss them in the sea. But all these things I'm finding are impossible for me I cannot build a mountain Or catch a rainbow fair But let me be...what I know best, a friend that's always there. Thank you dear friend and rest well.

 

Sharon Shuler-Bethea posted on 5/8/20

What a fantastic person and a great friend. Always there to help whenever and wherever needed. Deborah would give you the moon if she could and all with a smile. Her love of life, people, adventure, and especially animals was a treasure to watch especially now days. She was a refreshing soul and I will miss our conversations and her exuberant laughter at a stupid joke, her support, her friendship. A fine person lost to us who loved her. Rest well dear friend.

 

 

JO ANN KANTNER posted on 5/8/20

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS ,.....TO THE FAMILY OF JASON VAN SKYOCK!!!

 

Michelle Henderson posted on 5/8/20

Sending our deepest condolences during this difficult time, may you find comfort in our prayers. Love, -Ray, Michelle & Gavin Henderson

 

Shelly ransom posted on 5/8/20

I sure wish u was here cause I know the things that has happened wouldn't have if you was here . You son been nothing but a a hole to Scott and to me when we was together. Scott never meant to let u down we love and miss you

 

Heidi Harris Matthews posted on 5/7/20

My condolences on Rodney's passing. I have fond memories of him and all of you.

 

Cathy Leedy posted on 5/7/20

Robin is a great sister, and I will miss her. She was a very dedicated mother and Nurse. She worked 3rd shift at Liberty Village, and worked hard to put her children thru school. It was nothing for her to sacrifice something she wanted so her children could have. All are graduates of Ball State with degrees. She always put them first. Her greatest joys were her children, but she was ecstatic to have grandchildren. She spent as much time as she could to help with them and be with them. They made her laugh, and she enjoyed every minute she spent with them. Robin was a dedicated nurse who had great compassion for her residents. She would call me when there were joys and sorrows with them. She often went out of her way to make them comfortable and make their stay as pleasant as possiable. There were some tearful conversations when one would pass that she had been taking care of. Her co-workers were like a second family, she was always talking about their lives. She went on trips with them, helped with events, even swapped hours to help with scheduling. As a sister and a Nurse she was my help in times of need. She took care of me three times when I had surgery's, and she was attentive, compassionate, and loving. I was blessed to have a sister like Robin, and I will miss her so much. She had sense of humor and could make a bad situation seem better. Being a nurse she had faith in Jesus to heal, and she was a Christian and shared her faith with the residents too. I know she will be in heaven and we will reunite there. Its not goodbye, I will see you again. I love you Revelation 21: v4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. My heartfelt sympathies go out to my nieces, and nephew, Julie, Jamie, and Joseph

 

Katherine Rosin posted on 5/7/20

I didn't know Deb well, but she made a very positive impression on me. I remember one time in particular when we had occasion to talk at length when we were both involved in a work event. I was impressed with her smarts and her accomplishments. On top of being bright and talented, she was pretty and friendly - quite a winning combination.

 

Mary Barrows posted on 5/7/20

What an amazing woman whose legacy of kindness and understanding of the needs of children will remain a lovely story in our family. When my daughter Susan was in kindergarten at Storer Elementary, Mrs. Gillespie was the librarian. There was a rule that kindergarten students were only allowed to take home one book from a very small collection of picture books. Even at that young age Susan was quite a good reader so she approached Mrs. Gillespie with a problem she wanted to solve. Susan wanted to adopt a hamster from a family down the street but we wouldn’t allow it because she knew nothing about hamsters so Susan approached Mrs. G with her problem and apparently made a convincing argument because she arrived home with 3 library books about hamsters. She proceeded to read them and prepare her case for the adoption of Fluffy. She apparently learned a lot from the books as Fluffy lived with us for a number of years! But the wisdom and kindness of Mrs. G will remain in our hearts always.

 

 

Dustin Dunlap posted on 5/7/20

I will truely miss her she was my step mom

 

Judith Buntin posted on 5/7/20

Dave, Thinking about you and reaching out with a hug. It is so sad to lose your mate. Know you have many fond memories and hope they are some comfort. Liked the obit and wonder if it was your writing or his or both. Seems like not that long ago I saw you at the Cancer Center! Stay well.

 

Terry and Christina Faulkner posted on 5/7/20

Boyd you are in Terry and I thoughts during this hard time. Please know our door is open if you need to talk or just chill

 

Lisa Catey-Nelson posted on 5/7/20

Linda, Kaylynn, and Scott... I am so sorry to hear of Rodney's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time. He was a wonderful man.

 

 

Jim and Sally Swingley posted on 5/7/20

Linda, Kaylynn, and Scott, May your memories comfort you at this time. He was a good man and fellow farmer.

 

Marianne Floyd posted on 5/7/20

I was privileged to work for Deb 2011-2012. She was a great lady. A few years later we became friends and stayed in touch after her retirement. I remember her big house in Falls Church and most of the pets she cared for there. She was a good person and I’m glad our paths crossed. We had some nice phone calls these past few months. I will miss her, but glad she is no longer in pain.

 

Thomas Blackburn posted on 5/7/20

Hi Lewis and family. We were saddened to learn of the passing of Kay. It is nice to know that she is no longer suffering and is at peace. You have had so many memories to share and to reflect on. She was a wonderful wife as you were an awesome husband. Cindy and I will be thinking and praying for you and your family during these times.

 

J.R. Jamison posted on 5/7/20

Dave: I’m so sorry to read this, but it’s such a beautiful tribute. It was an honor to get to work with Bryn. He was a wonderfully talented actor and kind soul full of empathy. Sending love and good vibes your way — J.R. Jamison

 

Cliff Brock posted on 5/6/20

Thinking of you and your family, Linda.

 

Jim and Carol Kepler posted on 5/6/20

I was reviewing an article that appeared in "The Gazette" from The Library of Congress dated May 23, 1997 about Keeping Library Records Straight. The Records Management Unit staff did an exhibit to celebrate National Records and Information Management Week March 30-April 5, 1997. Deborah was very much involved in doing this project. I was very honored to have hired Deborah and very pleased with her knowledge and expertise she added to our Unit. When I retired we always kept in touch. We will truly miss her!

 

Richard Harris posted on 5/6/20

K was simply one of the finest persons one could ever meet. Loving, generous, fun and so perceptive of other people.

 

 

Anita Routh posted on 5/6/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

Harold and Rita Roberts posted on 5/6/20

We are so sorry for your loss. We have so many memories starting with times at the Moose pool with Kay claiming to be “Esther Williams “ to Kay’s outstanding work at Storer Elementary and continued friendship during our retirement years. Her smile and humor will always be a part of our memories of Kay. May God’s blessings surround your family.

 

Steve and Carly posted on 5/6/20

Lew, our thoughts and prayers are with you......We have known you and Kay, it seems, like forever, and although we haven't seen you often in all of these years, you two are always in our memories....thankfully, social media re-connected us so we could at least see pictures of you and your family. Take care and God bless......

 

Loretta Peters posted on 5/6/20

Dave, I am sending you a virtual hug of love and support! What a wonderful obituary. I am sure Bryn penned it himself.

 

Jo Holbrook posted on 5/6/20

Carmella was such a lovely lady. She looked forward to going to the hospital and being such a friend and helping others. We will miss her stopping at the front desk and having a little chat with us. My prayers are with the family. Volunteer Jo

 

Jude Ford posted on 5/6/20

His passing is a huge loss in so many ways. My heart hurts. I feel privileged to have met him, met both of you, and to have shared writing with him. The world is a smaller place without Bryn.

 

Lynn & Mike Ryan posted on 5/6/20

Louie, & boys, we are so sorry about Kay. We loved her as you know, & have so many wonderful memories of her. Mike at school & I remember seeing her shopping at Macy's & hugging & her saying "Hi Tiny". She will be MISSED. Love & prayers for the family.

 

Sarah (Harty) Reffitt posted on 5/6/20

To this day my love of reading largely comes from trips to the library and how excited your mom was when I shared how much I loved the stories she helped me pick out. I will think of her while reading to my own children this week and send prayers for peace to you. Thank you for sharing her smile with so many of us!!

 

James McClure posted on 5/5/20

Norman was my friend and colleague in the Department of Economics for 3+ decades.Co-auhoring papers with Norm was a joy because of the depth of his knowledge, his unrelenting work ethic, his openness to discussion, and the strong committment he had to clarity of expression. I will greatly miss discussing economic ideas with him and the inspiration of his curiosity.

 

Regina Tanner posted on 5/5/20

Rochelle, keeping you and your family lifted in prayer during this difficult time.

 

 

Ciji Bennett posted on 5/5/20

IM GONNA MISS MY BIG HEARTED FUNNY TALKN HAPPY PET FRIENDLY FRIEND OF MINE. IM SO THANKFUL FOR EVRYTHNG N FOR GETTN 2 KNO HER FAMILY. ❤️

 

Diane Stewart and Family posted on 5/5/20

One of the best things I did in my career was cold-call Deb when she was the head of Information Management at the Library of Congress and ask to meet her. Not only did it eventually lead to her changing jobs, it also introduced me to someone who became a wonderful friend. My family and I greatly missed her when she moved back to Indiana even though we were happy she was near family. Thank you, Bink, for all the care you provided Deb over the past few, difficult years.

 

James D ROCKWELL posted on 5/5/20

May God hold you in the palm of his hand. Prayers

 

Suzanne Fogleman posted on 5/5/20

Barb, So sorry about Wayne. I know he was looking forward to a lot of good times in your new camper. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you in any way. Don't hesitate to ask. Clay and my prayers are with you.

 

Bruce Munson posted on 5/5/20

This world has lost a genuinely kindhearted person. I first met Cheryl when she rented a duplex from me. Years later, thanks to Facebook, we became reacquainted. She had a high tolerance for my inane posts. Cheryl's family and friends are in my prayers.

 

Ronda Harper (Kimbrough) posted on 5/4/20

Sorry to hear of your family's loss. You are all in out thoughts and prayers.

 

Jennifer Ahaus posted on 5/4/20

I met Cheryl accidentally at the Muncie Mall years ago. She spoke with love and pride of her daughter, Roshanda. The next time I saw Roshanda we had a good laugh over me meeting up with her Mom. During the diffucult days that lie ahead, remember the love and laughter. May God's peace find you.

 

Russ Wahlers posted on 5/4/20

My condolences to Norm's family. I enjoyed talking to Norm and really appreciated his insight and wit about a wide range of topics. He will be missed by all of us at Ball State.

 

Melissa Longenecker posted on 5/4/20

I'm so sorry for your loss,Steve was such a fun guy to work with, that lead to a great friendship he will be deeply missed.Hugs and Prayers to the Family

 

Tammy Cornett posted on 5/4/20

I grew up with this family Darlene was always a good caring person who just accepted us just like we were her own she will be truly missed

 

Dina Zepernick posted on 5/3/20

Deepest Sympathy Judy, Veneta, Dina

 

Stanley Keil posted on 5/3/20

Dave, I was so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I am happy that I had a chance to get to know her through couple's gourmet.

 

Stanley Keil posted on 5/3/20

I was saddened to hear of Norm's passing. We were colleagues in the Economics Dept. for 33 years and he followed me as Chairman in 1985. During his tenure as chair he had a tremendous impact on the department as it continued its transition to a new weighting of teaching, research and service. His own publishing record and his willingness to take on others as co-authors or otherwise assist them to write abetted this transition. We did not always agree with each other on matters of politics or policy, yet I had a profound respect for his professionalism, integrity and moral compass. He was truly a good man. We also shared a love for the Los Angles Dodgers and enjoyed talking baseball. Finally, I really appreciated his sense of humor which remained despite the difficulties of his last years. I will miss him.

 

Kay Rankin posted on 5/3/20

I first met Ray at Northside High School. We had a wonderful experience there--many a good laugh. My sister Linda cleaned for Ray and Debbie. He always loved to tell me stories about her especially the time she thought she was locked in a bedroom and crawled out the window and went to the neighbors to call him so he could let her back in the house--only to find out the door to the room she was in wasn't locked! So many fond memories. Treasure the ones you have!

 

Margie Kavanaugh posted on 5/3/20

So sorry for your loss. We will sure miss his presence in the neighborhood. Prayers for the family and firends.

 

Jim Bailey posted on 5/3/20

Ray and I taught together at Wilson,shared many good times, and Bill and Mike worked for me. He was fine,, kind man.

 

Laurie Lunsford posted on 5/3/20

I watched the video. Made me smile. She was a beautiful woman. Fun-loving, talented, and very postive. I am so thankful for all the time I got to spend with her in her later years. She lived a good full life. Blessings on the whole family....in this time.

 

Jeffrey lynn Johnson posted on 5/3/20

Mary, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss your brother.

 

Karen Griffith posted on 5/3/20

So sorry for your loss. It's not the same without Steve walking in the neighborhood. He was always there if I needed something. Rest in peace!

 

 

Randy and Nita Johnson posted on 5/2/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.....

 

Todd and Deb Kirkman posted on 5/2/20

Jody, Eric, Sara, Hannah & the rest of the Barnes family we are so very sorry for your loss! Jody & girls I don't know of a kinder, more gentle, forgiving and loving man than your father and grand father. I WILL miss his kind and friendly greeting's every time I was around him from the very first meeting to the last time i was in his home, If there were more people in this world like him, this would be a much better world to live in. I'll miss watching football with him too. Two GREAT men were born on 12/12 and now they are both gone and in Heaven and I can't wait to see them both again! Our prayers and thoughts are with you all in this difficult time. Love you all! Todd, Deb Jacob and Kirsten

 

Mike and Denise Henderson posted on 5/1/20

Jennifer, Andrea, and Barnes Family, Your dad was obviously a great man and has left his mark on the world in a wonderful way through his family. Our love and prayers are with you all.

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 4/30/20

Jody, Eric & Family of Joe, Prayers & Sympathy. Joe was a fine gentleman. He will be missed. Thank you all for taking such good care of your dad and loved one. R.I.P. Joe.

 

Jim Duncan posted on 4/30/20

I will miss Norm. We used to meet in the hallway of the Whitinger Building and have conversations. Norm was a good man and a man of principle. He was one of the leaders that helped the MCOB become great. His legacy is the many lives he touched positively. My prayers for his family.

 

Barbara Smith posted on 4/30/20

Thank you for letting me know of Maureen's passing. My husband "Gordon" and Norm were great friends in High School. They did keep in touch when we were in Muncie. Gordon and I met Norm and Maureen a few times and enjoyed them very much. I'm sure if we had stayed in Muncie we would have gotten together more often. I know you all missed Your , Grandad very munch and you will miss Maureen. They were wonderful people.. I would love to hear from some of the family. please e-mail me. Lots of Love. Barbara

 

Carolyn Besser posted on 4/30/20

Thinking about you Jody as you are finding out being the older generation isn't very much fun. My prayers go out to you.

 

Jr King posted on 4/30/20

Susan, my condolences to you and your family in Norm’s passing. Not only was he a friend and fellow brother in Christ; I had the good fortune of being a student in two of his classes. I saw him come alive with in the classroom. It was a transformation I had not expected. He was loved by his students. I’m in particular I’ll never forget when I met with in his office regarding the upcoming final we concluded with “I sure hope you pass this because if you don’t it would be very uncomfortable passing you in the hallway at church”. And he closed with his all too familiar grin. I did pass with his help and the grace of God! May God bless you and the family.

 

Lucinda L. (Cindy) (Jones) Van Alst posted on 4/29/20

If my mother Betty Alice Wright Jones or her sister Nancy Wright Beavers were still living, I know they would want you four girls to know how sorry they were at your father's passing. I remember him and your mother very well although I haven't seen them in several years. I have very good memories of everyone at your Grandpa and Grandma Wright's house when I was young. Much sympathy, Cindy and Jim Van Alst, Randy and Judi Baugh (sister) and Toby (brother) and Mary Jones.

 

Scott Albertson posted on 4/29/20

So sorry...I always enjoyed talking with him..I was his trash man for many years..thoughts and prayers...

 

Kim McAmis posted on 4/29/20

So very sorry to learn of the passing of your mother Dan. Great memories of our childhood playing with the kids in your neighborhood especially Diane. I had gotten to see your mom several times in the past couple of years and enjoyed catching up and reminiscing. She was such a kind and wonderful lady. My deepest sympathy.

 

Larry Watkins posted on 4/29/20

Steve and family, Sorry to see about the passing of your father. Thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

sherry mason posted on 4/29/20

Tommy I missed coming up for your b-day . Didn't want to stay at hotel with this virus pandemic going on . Hoping Indy fair maybe happening this year. Started new job a year ago now have 3 wks vac . Hope to see you soon . Always Sherry

 

Mary Habegger Gary posted on 4/28/20

To the family of Maureen, I am so sorry to hear of her passing. I worked with her several years ago at Pathologist Associated. She was such a sweet and classy lady! she was always 100% on point absolutely beautiful and she kept me in line, I was young then and she looked out for me, stern when she needed be, forgiving maybe more than she should have been. Very fond memories of her. praying for comfort for you all during this time

 

Cathy Thomas (Imogene Thomas"s daughter) posted on 4/28/20

Maureen was in my mother's euchre club. She was one terrific person. I always remembered that she had her hair done and her nails were fabulous. She was one classy lady. She will be missed.

 

David Stanley posted on 4/28/20

Very sorry to read of the passing of Maureen. As a child I have very fond racing memories with Norman & Maureen and forever will remember all the laughs my parents Max and Mickey had with them!

 

Melinda Reel posted on 4/28/20

Maureen was such a classy lady. She made our trip to Vegas when Randy and Amanda got married a wonderful, fun filled adventure. She was in Morrison Woods the same time my dad was in there for rehab and I would go visit and talk with her. We are so sorry for your loss. Please let us know if we can do anything for the family.

 

Jan Hibner posted on 4/28/20

Nancy is remembered for starting our ladies prayer group at Central UMC in Richmond. She was a sweet presence for us. This prayer group is still functioning. Thank you Nancy for starting it.

 

Tim and Julie Childs posted on 4/28/20

Melba and Rex were our neighbors in Farmland in the late 80s and early 90s. We spent many evenings sitting on their back porch sipping tea and relaxing. Our children often went over to visit because Melba always had cookies for them. We are so sorry to hear of her passing. Thinking of Rex and the rest of the family.

 

Martha T Lyon posted on 4/28/20

Such a lovely lady. Felt privileged to know her however briefly. Prayers for your whole family. In Christ, Martha Lyon

 

Freda (Edwards) Callahan posted on 4/27/20

I am so very sorry Danny and Vicki. It was such a shock for all of us to hear. "Gigi" was the best grandmother to all of the kids and will be missed dearly. I know Please find comfort knowing that she was welcomed in Heaven with open arms from your dad and sisters.

 

max and barb rudicel posted on 4/27/20

Betty and Steve--Barb and I were saddened to hear of your loss. We had found a few posters of 1987 Yorktown basketball while cleaning 2 weeks go and last week I asked Barb where you lived. I'm sorry I didn't deliver one to you but I did leave one today at the mortuary. I know those were times when we all had lots of proud moments and especially you two with Steve's accomplishments on the ball court. I also remember eating at a pizza joint in Ft Myers Beach on a Christmas break(perhaps) and I was having trouble reading the menu and Eldon gave me his glasses and said try these. Right after we got home I went and got my first pair of glasses. Scott and Rob also send their condolences. He was a wonderful person to know and always seem to be smiling whenever we met.

 

Cindy Spears posted on 4/27/20

To Dan and family: My deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother, grandmother and great-grandma. Sure will miss her at Friday night card club and Saturday morning breakfasts. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Cindy Spears posted on 4/27/20

My deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband, Betty. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Connie Schad posted on 4/26/20

June, George and I send our condolences to you for your Mother. She had a long life and I know you will miss her. I pray for your comfort in this time of loss. Connie

 

Tom and Linda Steveson posted on 4/26/20

Betty, our hearts go out to you at this time. I know Eldon is happy now and pain free, but his loss sure leaves a big hole in our hearts. Just remembering all the fun times and laughs we’ve had over the years. We send our love and deepest sympathy to you as we cherish the memories.

 

Carolyn S Beard posted on 4/26/20

Maureen was the best of neighbors. She was the one to check on everyone. Such a kind person and will be missed in our neighborhood.

 

Judy (Hurst) Hutchison posted on 4/26/20

I am so very sorry for your loss! God bless all of you!

 

Janet posted on 4/26/20

Dear Family of Maureen. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful caring woman who always had a smile on her face when I saw her. Even when she didn’t feel great (when she was in the hospital last time I saw her). She was a beautiful woman inside and our. I really enjoyed working with her (PA). I have made a donation in her memory to Muncie Animal Shelter and Muncie ARF.

 

bucky owens posted on 4/26/20

sorry to hear of your loss

 

David & Jenny Fuller posted on 4/26/20

Please accept our sincere condolences. We were so surprised to see this. Our prayers are with your family.

 

Karen Atkinson-Clevenget posted on 4/26/20

I’m so sorry to hear of Maureen’s passing. She was always so kind to me! Praying for you Dan, and your family. I’m sorry you have experienced so much loss.

 

Curtis Flannery posted on 4/25/20

Dan and Vicki, Sherrie and I are so sorry for your loss. Your family are in our prayers.

 

Bobby and Stella Gibson posted on 4/25/20

So sorry for your loss. Daddies are so special.Prayers for comfort.

 

Marcia Hinds posted on 4/25/20

To a good friend will be missed RIP!

 

Samantha Ellis posted on 4/25/20

To all of you, I have always considered you my family and always will. I love you all and pray for peace and comfort.

 

Ed & Judy Wyatt posted on 4/25/20

Ron was a great man and a good friend. SORRY

 

Lori (Edwards) Kimmerling posted on 4/25/20

Danny & Vicki, I am so sorry for your loss. I know Travis & Jess loved her dearly. Prayers for all the family.

 

Herly Prawiro posted on 4/25/20

I would always remember her sweet smile and that sparkle she had in her eyes. Our deepest condolence to all the family

 

Gordin Swegman posted on 4/25/20

Sorry for your loss, your in our thoughts and prayers. Gordin Swegman and family

 

Sarah Humphrey posted on 4/25/20

Dan and Family, I am saddened & so sorry for the passing of your mother & loved one. I was shocked when I heard it as I had just talked to her a couple weeks ago. She was such a great, fun, friend. She will be missed. Prayers & Sympathy. R.I.P. Maureen.

 

Sharon lee Kennedy posted on 4/25/20

My sincere sympathy to the family. I had so many fun times with Norma. She was a wonderful woman and so much fun. I will always treasure all the good times we had together in Sanibel and Muncie also. She was the life of the party and the sweetest woman. Thinking of you Amy, Brian and Molly.

 

 

Rita posted on 4/24/20

I love you Dad.

 

Jim and Nancy Wean Reece posted on 4/24/20

What a beautiful woman. Nancy had such grace and gentleness that warmed many hearts. We knew her through College Avenue Church and remember her great musical abilities. She brought joy to our small group Bible study when she would play the piano effortlessly as we began our class. Her smile was so genuine. We have missed her over these last couple of years but we won’t forget her.

 

Becky Case posted on 4/23/20

My prayers and condolences are with you Amy, Molly and Brian. I will always remember Norma's warm nature, her love of life and her beautiful sense of humor. Remember how much she loved all of you and I am honored that I got to know her. Take care and know she is always with you and her grand children. Becky Case

 

Sue McGrady posted on 4/23/20

Amy, Molly and Brian (and families) We were so sorry to read about Norma's passing. She was such a wonderful, warm person. Loved the tribute in the paper and that you talked about everything that was important to her. Even though it had been a while since we had been together we always knew it would be the same each time. No one could make us laugh more. Thinking about and praying for you all. Denny and Sue McGrady

 

Cindy Kays posted on 4/23/20

Dear lora jo, i just learned of your mom's passing last night. I'm so sorry for your loss. Aunt alma will always be in my childhood memories as well as uncle bud! I hope you are doing well! Thinking of you, cindy (king) kays

 

Debbie Blair Richcreek posted on 4/23/20

Sad new to hear of Norma's passing. Prayers for strength and comfort to Amy, Molly, Bryan and families. I babysat for you while I was in junior high school, then my Mom and Dad babysat for you. Our families have remained close over the years. We will certainly miss Norma's spontaneous laughter and the happiness she shared with everyone she met. Hugs.

 

Donna Patterson posted on 4/22/20

So sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. We had a lot of good times in the Auditor’s office over the years and many good laughs. I met Norma before we worked together when we bowled many years ago. My thoughts and prayers all with you all.

 

Vicki & Richard Seymour posted on 4/22/20

Larry and Nancy....you cannot think of one without the other. After Larry's passing, we can remember Nancy's cheerful, twinkling smile. She was such a joy to know and to share our Sunday mornings at College Avenue United Methodist Church.

 

Vicki & Richard Seymour posted on 4/22/20

Nancy and Larry....it's hard to imagine one without the other. However, after Larry's passing, Nancy continued to have that delightful, twinkling smile. It was a pleasure knowing her and sharing our Sunday mornings with her at College Avenue United Methodist Church.

 

Rann Dyer posted on 4/22/20

You will be missed so much, sweet Jacks. You never met a person you were not friendly to. You would give anyone in need what ever you had. And you loved to cook for your friends and co-workers. You gave more of yourself than some deserved. You will always be remembered for that. Now you get to dance in the clouds with your sister. That is the comfort everyone gets when they miss you so much. Much love, girl.

 

Carolyn Sparks posted on 4/22/20

Dear Sharon and Family, I am sorry to hear of George's death. What a wonderful cousin he was, as well as husband and father and grandfather. You are in my thoughts ad prayers. Love, cousin Carolyn

 

Nora (Penrod) Stephens posted on 4/22/20

So sorry for your loss. I have so many great memories of Norma and her kids through Riverside UM Church 40 plus years ago. She was a good friend and had such a sparkle about her

 

Dr. Ron Ross posted on 4/22/20

As a visiting pastor who speaks in Vespers at Westminster Village (for the past 19 years), I want to express my deep appreciation for your Mother. She was such a blessing to work with...she always had a smile and was so cordial upon my arrival. Each visit I would convey my appreciation and thankfulness to God for allowing me the privilege of working with your Mother in the Vesper Services. Your Mother was a blessing to so many...thank you for sharing her with us...she is missed!

 

Sally N. Wetzel posted on 4/22/20

It was an honor to know George and his wonderful family. He gave me the opportunity to have the best teaching experience of my entire career (at Union H.S.). I truly liked the board members, administrators, staff, teachers and all the students. Thank you George for your profound, positive effect on many lives on this earth which will never be forgotten. My prayers are with Sharon and the family.

 

Patsy Smith posted on 4/22/20

So very sorry for your loss. George was a good man who loved his wonderful family.

 

 

Jim Vandagrifft posted on 4/22/20

May our Lord be with the Harris family in the celebration of the life of your beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother.

 

Lon Sloan posted on 4/22/20

We are so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Bill Hall posted on 4/22/20

Jacki you were always so awesome. I’m gonna miss you yelling my name every time we saw each other. Fly high girl. Tell G hi for me

 

 

Kandi Thompson posted on 4/22/20

Thoughts & Prayers with your Family. I will Miss you My Friend.

 

Karen Kamp Bkanm posted on 4/22/20

There is not enough space to write about all the memories we (her "club") have to share about her. One amazing lady, great humor, great story teller, LOVED her family, passionate with her beliefs, made every home a picture of warmth and love, and just the most warm, loving person you would want to know. She will be SO missed by all who knew her! Our thoughts are with her wonderful family who knew a love from her few experience. We will miss you forever, Norma. Prayers to Brian, Leanne, Amy. Molly and grandkids!❤❤❤

 

Pat Cook and Jim Benefiel posted on 4/21/20

Sharon, we are so sorry about Geroge , we are thinking of you and your family.

 

stanley hendrickson posted on 4/21/20

Our prayers are with the wonderful family. George was special to me in many ways.

 

Janelle Jordan posted on 4/21/20

Hugs to you all !!! From your Wisconsin famiies.

 

Joyce Bates posted on 4/21/20

Friends since childhood and longtime friend of sister Peggy and Dan Hart. Peggy you have my love and prayers.Joyce

 

 

Carol S Henson posted on 4/21/20

My condolences to the family and my friend Amy so sorry for your loss.

 

Stephanie Gray Manus posted on 4/21/20

My deepest condolences. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

 

Patricia Seymour posted on 4/21/20

Bill land Debbie, We're so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. We send our heartfelt condolences. Dave and Pat Seymour

 

Ann Jones posted on 4/21/20

I live at 3904 N. Oakwood and got acquainted with your Mother and Dad when they used to come into Hallmark of an evening after they had been to PK. We always had an enjoyable conversation and I looked forward to seeing them. I was saddened to see the your Mother had passed and please accept my deepest sympathy! She was a lovely person and I enjoyed talking to both of your parents. You are in my prayers.

 

Sherry davis posted on 4/21/20

In loveing memory. Sent with my love sherry davis and family.

 

Tami Christal posted on 4/21/20

My Thoughts & Prayers are with all of you. I'm very SORRY on the loss of Mr. Harris.

 

Mark and Beth Smithson posted on 4/21/20

Out thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Harris Family. George was a special person who will be greatly missed. The Good Lord must have needed a farmer.

 

Jim & Jane Ballenger posted on 4/20/20

This was a beautiful tribute to a wonderful man. Our prayer continue for comfort for Sharon and the whole extended family!jn the days ahead.

 

Chris Ashmore-Good posted on 4/20/20

My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

 

 

Jenny Johnson posted on 4/20/20

You’re all in my thoughts and prayers.❤️

 

Stephanie Modglin posted on 4/20/20

My condolences to my brother n law Bill's family. Thinking of each of you on this day.

 

Nancy (White) Motsenbocker posted on 4/18/20

Condolences from the CHS Class of 1957 to Bill's family. We are always saddened at the loss of another classmate. And especially at this time in 2020 when we are all so apart, it is comforting to know we can view his service on Facebook. Thank you for making this available.

 

Marsha Tarr posted on 4/18/20

So sorry to hear about Jim's passing. I know first hand what a difficult time this will be for you. Just wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you. I always had a lot of respect for him. Love

 

Joy and Dan Maurer posted on 4/18/20

Bill was a good friend to Mt. Pleasant Fishing Lakes. He would being us chili on opening day. He even wrote a poem about Jim Maurer and the lakes. Rest in peace Bill. You will always be remembered !!!

 

 

Les Brand posted on 4/18/20

Miss you Louie

 

 

Les Brand posted on 4/18/20

Sure miss you Louie you always Made me laugh, grew up with you worked with you and are every morning mc ds Miss you my Friend

 

jim dragoo posted on 4/17/20

Jim, Sorry for your loss.

 

Steven Stanley Lt. M.P.D. (RET.) posted on 4/17/20

Bill and I served together on the Muncie Police Department during the 70's and 80's. I was a Regular and Bill was a Reserve who worked with us a lot.I always looked forward to be assigned in a car with Bill and requested this many times. Bill was courageous, hard charger, honest as the day was long and always a Great Friend to me. We spoke from time to time after retirement and I always enjoyed those times also. A very Good and Great Man has left us. I am sorry!

 

David McCartney posted on 4/17/20

I have been friends with Bill since we were kids. We worked in bowling alleys sitting pins, we were both stationed in Key West Florida while in the Navy in the early sixties. We hitchhiked back and forth to Muncie when we got the chance. I am sorry to hear about Bill, I will miss all the good times we had growing up.

 

Fred Wyman posted on 4/16/20

Don, sorry to hear about your loss. Fred Wyman

 

Bruce Qualls (Sgt. Retired MPD) posted on 4/16/20

I worked with Bill when I was on the reserves with him. Then I worked with him when I got onto the regular department. He was a great guy and I enjoyed working and talking with him. While I was at the academy in 1982 Bill worked security at the Ross grocery on Tillotson on midnight. My wife Cindy decided to go shopping at 2 AM. Bill looked after Cindy while she was there and even walked her to the car in the lot and scolded her for being out so late. He told her he didn't want to see her out grocery shopping this late again. We laughed about that for years. I thanked Bill for watching out for Cindy and walking her to her car and scolding her. It was nice knowing that a fellow officer was watching out for my wife while I was at the academy. I will miss Bill even though I haven't talked to him for some time. Prayers to the family. God Bless.

 

Ginger posted on 4/15/20

I have great childhood memories of Uncle Bill. We used have family reunions at his house and fish in his pond. He was a sweet man. We’ll miss, you, but we rejoice that you’re in heaven!

 

Ginger posted on 4/15/20

I have great childhood memories of Uncle Bill. We used to have family reunions at his house and fish in his pond. He was a sweet man. I know you are at peace in heaven.

 

Cindy (Gabbard) Halstead posted on 4/12/20

Homer, I was so sorry to read about the passing of your beautiful daughter, Alecia. You and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Kristi Epperson posted on 4/12/20

my deepest condolences to the family!!I'm so sorry for your loss... I met Alecia a few years ago she was the kindest person, she was always talking about her boys and Jeremy. I got the pleasure of meeting her though my husband Dave. I know there were demons that were lurking around her and I always tried to be there for her and wanted to rid those demons. My heart is broken my prayers are with her family and friends. Hugs to all....

 

Margie Elrod posted on 4/12/20

I always loved your Mom. She always had a smile. I have many memories of your Mom and Dad with my parents and aunt and uncle, playing cards or just getting together. She was truly a lady who cared for others and showed that loving, caring spirit all the time. I feel very fortunate to have known her. Hugs and prayers to all.

 

 

Renee Stump posted on 4/10/20

I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. I have many wonderful, fun memories to cherish. My heart and prayers to Ralph and his sons. I’m very glad she got to see her granddaughters and one of her great-grandsons. She has another great-grandson and great-granddaughter she never got to meet. With love, Renee

 

Jeff & Linda Dudley posted on 4/10/20

Dan, We are so sorry for the loss of your father. Our heartfelt condolences to you, Jana and the rest of the Reno family.

 

Connie (Jackowski) Seelund posted on 4/9/20

Aunt Shirley you will be missed. I have memories of staying with you and uncle Ralph as a child during school vacations. Rest in peace with the Angel's above.

 

Roxy McDaniel posted on 4/9/20

Sorry to read of Shirley’s death. Not only was she my late husband’s cousin but my good friend. Prayers for her family.

 

Don & Gayle Hamilton posted on 4/9/20

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Your mother was our first neighbor 64 yrs ago and always so kind to us. A true "Lady" always smiling.

 

Virginia Puckett posted on 4/9/20

I was so sorry to know about Shirley passing. She was a sweet lady and her And Ralph were very nice people.

 

Chris Bunner posted on 4/9/20

Ralph and family, I am so very sorry to read of Shirley's passing. Fond memories of so long ago. I will hold you all in my prayers in the hours, days, and weeks to come.

 

Heidi Atkins posted on 4/8/20

So sorry for your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers to your family.

 

Heather Suiter posted on 4/8/20

Jeff and Sally, Sorry to hear of the passing of Thelma. She was a very sweet lady that I'm so glad I got to meet. Sending thoughts and prayers your way.

 

Mason and Mindy Morton posted on 4/8/20

So very saddened for yourself and your families loss. We thought so much of Donnie and his precious friendship. He will be terribly missed...Mason and Mindy

 

Patricia Waters Greenburg posted on 4/8/20

We are so sorry. If it wasn’t for the current situation, we would be there with you. Thelma was a great woman of God, a faithful friend to my mother, and a witness to all of us. Again, we are so sorry.

 

Donna Marcosson posted on 4/8/20

I'm so sorry!!! I was Thelma's hair stylist for years and it was way more than a business transaction!!!! I loved Thelma! Over the years I had spent more time with her than my own Grandma. She was such a beautiful person and it hurts my heart that I won't be able to pay my respect in person!!!! Praying for everyone!!!

 

Judy and Jim Priest posted on 4/7/20

Diane, Jim and I are so sorry for your loss. The Herron's have been a part of our family as long as I can remember. Prayer's for you and your family.

 

Walter ward posted on 4/7/20

Diane, sorry for the gteat loss for you and your family. Muncie Central class mates.

 

Linda