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Chris Calabria posted on 8/17/16
Tim, Tom & Families, So sorry to hear of your Mothers passing. I always recall her fixing us sandwiches one day as we sat at the bar in the den, many years ago. May God Bless and comfort your entire Family during this time of sadness.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 8/17/16
Brad and family-We are saddened by this news. Oh, how time has passed. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future. What a wonderful peson!
 

sally allen posted on 8/16/16
I am overcome with sadness. Carol was one in a million and I was blessed to have known her for many more years than either of us would like to say. She was an intelligent, bold, determined woman with so many unfair heath issues to deal with each and every day. She made a huge difference is the Basset Hound Club of America....a 100 year old AKC Club for basset lovers from all over the world. She worked so hard in everything she did. She helped me through some of my worst times; I learned a lot from her. We had many years of laughs and good times; since the early 1980's. It is just difficult to recall them right now through my selfish tears. I know she is in a better place and without pain; I pray she is without pain. I hope to meet her again some day. With all my love and respect, Sally Allen BHCA Member Carmel, IN I will miss her and cry when I recall numerous things we did....... I will miss her until I die.
 

CHS Class of 1965 posted on 8/16/16
Most of us learn to love this very interesting earthly interval that comes between the period of our birth into our body, and our re-birth out of our body, for we have the desire to find joy in life, to give to it, to be thrilled by it and to achieve worth in it, but we must also strive to remember that life is not a destination, but a journey; and we should ultimately look with calm anticipation and with faith and love as to where the journey leads. Therefore, as we think of our departed classmate, also, think of Carol as: Stepping ashore and finding Heaven… Taking hold of a hand and finding it is God’s hand… Breathing new air and finding it is celestial air… Of feeling invigorated and finding that it is immortality! (unknown)
 

Fran Brezette posted on 8/13/16
I spent four years with Don at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis and four years with him at Notre Dame. In those eight years I never recall seeing Don without a smile on his face. He was bright, positive, energetic and always fun to be around. May he rest in peace. Fran Brezette CHS, 1960 Notre Dame, 1964
 

herb bonge posted on 8/12/16
my condolences to you betty and steve, brad, brent, neva and all the family. Butchs friendship had great meaning to me. there surely has been a great reunion in heaven, today. God bless you all. herb bonge
 

Chuck & Rosalie Riley posted on 8/12/16
So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks again for coming to our birthday celebration.
 

Indi Dieckgrafe - Dreyer posted on 8/11/16
Thinking of all of you with a heavy heart along with a lot of love and respect. Michele, keep your glow, given, to you by him, that beautiful smile.... Blessings and peace, Indi and family.
 

Tony Charlton & Family posted on 8/11/16
It is a hard road to travel to lose your Father, I only met him a few times . But I know what kind of Man he was by the boys he raised. Sorry for your loss . we are all thinking of you and are all in our prayers. . .
 

ken motley posted on 8/11/16
Don Kriner was a very giving person to his family, friends, and church. Don stood for principles professionally, did not cut corners, and represented Eli Lilly Company as a loyal soldier who always sought the right way to do business and represent Lilly well. Don was a very good friend, and a good listener. He was not judge mental of his friends. Don had one of most consistent golf swings I have ever seen. He was patient with those of us who were not as good as him. My prayers go out to Don's family who now have a huge void in their life.
 

Sheila Childs Sheward posted on 8/11/16
Betty, Tim and I are so sorry for your loss. Memories of visiting Aunt Madeleine and your family, when we were all much younger. Condolences.
 

Sharon & Don Roth posted on 8/10/16
Mary Sue, Rosemary, and Maryann- So sorry to hear about Don! He was always very nice and friendly! I loved his laugh! He must have really enjoyed life! Prayers for all your family Mary Sue!
 

Conita Maynard posted on 8/10/16
Butch, my uncle, visited me in my first grade class in 1947. Other kids were fascinated by him, and I felt so proud. He was mischievous and much fun. He always appeared cheerful, interesting, and interested in a variety of topics and in others . We have lost a good man.
 

Michael Anderson posted on 8/10/16
I worked with Don and was in his district when I started at Lilly. Don was the first to give me a nickname that stuck, FNG (...new guy), and I always laughed when he called me that. I also remember being a little late to dinner one night as I was blow drying my hair, and of course Don joked with me...and I stopped doing that. I'll remember Don's great personality, his laugh, and how he made everyone feel. He was a special man and he will be missed.
 

Nick&Sara Rostanzo posted on 8/10/16
Rosemary, know that we and many other residents of Timbers Edge are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers at this time of the loss of your brother.
 

Ken and Linda Ramey posted on 8/10/16
We have known Don for many years. Not only was he a wonderful and vibrant person, but a great and caring man. Our children went to school together and participated in many of the same activities. His great passion was golf, and he was very accomplished. As a Butler University graduate like ourselves, we all followed the path of pharmacy for our careers. He will be missed by all that knew him and by his Pharmacy family circle of friends. Our sympathy goes out to Mary Sue and his children as do our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
 

 
Randy and Katleen Foust posted on 8/9/16
Such a positive and kind man. Or paths crossing were brief but memorable.
 

John Usher posted on 8/9/16
Fond memories of summers in Anderson growing up. RIP, Uncle Bob. Condolences to cousins Cindy and David and their families.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 8/7/16
Bev and family-This is sad news. What a nice man! What a great educator! Our community will miss Rod. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Erika Bircsak posted on 8/6/16
Dear Beverly and Family, It's hard to lose someone you love, one who's been such a special part of your life and your world, but hope there is comfort in knowing that the one thing you'll always have is the memory of that love and of the special person who shared it with you. With my deepest Sympathy in the loss of your husband Rod, Erika
 

Anne Hull posted on 8/6/16
I was privileged to be at Westvale school in the late '60s and Rod was the principal there...He made my job easier with total cooperation and humor...he was great w/the kids and his close knit teachers were a joy to be around..I never enjoyed such comradery again in any school of my 30 years...Thanks "Boss" My sincere condolences Bev..I always think of you two on the anniversary of the blizzard.!!!. My husband died almost a year ago so I understand...xoxo Anne
 

Mary Ann Gephardt Shoemaker posted on 8/5/16
Rod and I first met when I taught his little sister, Ila Jean, at North Anderson Junior High School some 70 years ago. . Ila Jean insisted that I meet her older brother, and that resulted in a pleasant continuing friendship through the years. I remember Rod fondly. My sympathy and condolence to Rod's fine family. Mary Ann Shoemaker
 

Stacey mcCauley posted on 8/5/16
Sending our prayers and deepest sympathy. The physicians and staff at Gastroenterology Care Anderson.
 

Ellen Dolinar posted on 8/5/16
I got to know Rod when I was his "guardian" on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. His love for country was only surpassed by his love for his wife and family. Rod really was something special and he has touched many people with his life. Bev and his family, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Ellen
 

Judy Matthews posted on 8/3/16
My sincere sympathy to the family of Rod. Most of my adult life has been out of the Anderson area, but some of my dearest childhood memories are of the Wood family. The Wood family, North Anderson & Shadyside Park ballgame memories will never be forgotten by the Matthews. Prayers & love, Judy Matthews
 

 
George/Kitty Zink posted on 8/3/16
We haven't seen Felix in a few years but we'll always picture he and Rita at St. Mary Church in Anderson. They were both very committed and we could always count on seeing them in the pew at any special service be it a mission presentation, a Lenten service, etc. Of course we've enjoyed being with them and sharing laughs in social settings also. We'll miss him. Love, George and Kitty
 

Carolyn and Don Rosenow posted on 8/2/16
Sharon - both of us send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. If there is anything we can do to help, please call.
 

 
judy wagoner posted on 8/2/16
I knew Paul and Jean through Dona. Prayers to the Paul and family.
 

LISA ANDERSON posted on 7/28/16
I grew up and attended St. Ambrose church where I met Mrs. Cole. She was always such a wonderful and sweet spirited person. I have the most wonderful memories of walking with my mom and frequently seeing Mrs. Cole, stopping and chatting with her. She will be dearly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
 

Steve Westall posted on 7/26/16
Fond memories of the visits as kids to Aunt Arlene and Uncle Ernie's house. All of us in that little house, what times were those. I was honored to escort both Arlene and Mom to Las Vegas where we all had a great time. She made the best chicken and dumplins. Will always remember her.
 

Janice Storey posted on 7/26/16
I have only known Kathy for 5 years and while it seems such a short time, Kathy was battling hard through all of it. Through it all she continued to give of herself fully as she was able. She loved well and was well loved and Our Loving God claims her as His own! Earth will miss your presence Kathy, but heaven will rejoice with you.
 

PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union posted on 7/26/16
SteAnn, May you find comfort in your memories of your grandmother. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.
 

 
Paige King posted on 7/26/16
I've heard it said, That people come into our lives For a reason Bringing something we must learn. And we are led to those Who help us most to grow if we let them. And we help them in return. Well, I don't know if I believe that's true But I know I'm who I am today Because I knew you. Like a comet pulled from orbit As it passes a sun, Like a stream that meets a boulder Halfway through the wood. Who can say if I've been changed for the better But because I knew you. I have been changed for good. I do believe I have been changed for the better. -Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth. “For Good.” In 1993 I had the privilege of having Mrs. Cole as my kindergarten teacher. I have many vivid memories of my time in her classroom like the purple people eater costumes we made to learning about plants and how they grow. The classroom was always filled with smiles and music. She is one of the people who inspired me to pursue teaching as a career. My most heartfelt condolences go out to her family. Mrs. Cole touched countless lives over the years, and I am honored to be one of them.
 

 
Lisa Miller posted on 7/26/16
Thinking of you, and your family in your loss.
 

 
Christy Fulp posted on 7/25/16
So many memories of years gone by. How fast they went.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 7/25/16
This is sad news. We will miss Martha. She did so much for our community, especially the Paramount Theater. We know family and friends will cherish the memories.
 

Sally Arnold posted on 7/25/16
What a journey we had, just being kids together, you picking on me and me picking on you. Me getting in trouble for telling Mom I saw you kissing Ernie when you were dating him. The trips we took like the one to Graceland to see the home of Elvis what a hoot and later the many trips to Las Vegas. We laughed and cried together over many of lives experiences. You was there for me when I got divorced and a comfort when my dog died even tho you was dealing with the loss Ernie your husband of over 50 years. Although the miles separate us, you are and will be in my hart and thoughts forever. Love and miss you.
 

Andrea Mulholland posted on 7/25/16
Kathy was a tremendously kind, caring, and remarkable person. Very privileged to have met her through Erin during studies at Purdue. Very sad to hear of her passing, but her spirit, joy, and memory will live on forever. Peace be with you during this difficult time. Kind Regards, Andrea Mulholland
 

Helen Ebner posted on 7/25/16
Pete I am sorry to hear about your Mother's passing. I know how close the two of you were. Please feel free to call me anytime I would love to talk to you. My new number is 765-610-8551.Feel free to call anytime I am a goon listener. LOVE YOU PETE HELEN EBNER
 

Sharon Carrel posted on 7/24/16
Remember the visits to your home and Danny And Joel 's friendship. I think of you often, especially when I visit my niece. No excuse for not coming by. I had just found out you were sick when I saw Mary Ann Nevins. My thoughts and prayers go out to you Ron and all the family. I will give a copy of the obituary to Fr. Tom, he is hiking the mountains somewhere. Fr. Langston will try and e-mail him. Drew also sends his condolences to you. We are very sad. I know there is another angel in heaven looking out for all of us. You will be truly missed by all. Love, Sharon
 

 
Ezekiel posted on 7/24/16
Kathy, You now know the hope we long for in Christ.
 

Dianne Montagno posted on 7/24/16
dear Coles, Thinking of you as you miss Kathy and celebrate her memory. I have such strong and poignant memories of her loving spirit....her beautiful smile....her kind and uplifting words.
 

Juan Antonio Jimenez posted on 7/24/16
I'm so sorry for your loss! I was heart-broken to hear the news yesterday. Kathy was such a kind and caring soul! I will always have great memories of her with the St. Ambrose music ministry. Peace, Juan Jimenez and family
 

Jane Coleman posted on 7/23/16
Kathy was a great woman and raised some really great children. She will be missed. R.I.P. Your butterflies are with you!
 

 
Theresa Ludlow posted on 7/23/16
In memory of raising wonderful children. I only had the honor of having Erin Cole as a fellow teacher ab nd a friend.
 

Beth (Montagno) Sprunger posted on 7/23/16
I'm so sorry for your loss. She was such a wonderful women and I'm blessed to have know her and all of her family.
 

Jill Long Thompson posted on 7/22/16
Don and I are very sorry. Martha was a good friend and role model, and it was a privilege to know her. When I first became involved in politics, she was so supportive and generous of her time. I can honestly say I would never have been elected to serve in the United States House of Representatives without her support and wisdom. We are a better world for all she gave. Jill Long Thompson Argos, Indiana
 

Mark Price posted on 7/18/16
So sorry to hear about your mom. She was always so nice. Now she is resting.
 

Community Gastro posted on 7/15/16
Sending our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy. the physicians and staff of Community Gastroenterology
 

Community Gastro posted on 7/15/16
Sending our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy. the physicians and staff of Community Gastroenterology
 

Community Gastro posted on 7/15/16
Sending our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy. the physicians and staff of Community Gastroenterology
 

Community Gastro posted on 7/15/16
Sending our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy. the physicians and staff of Community Gastroenterology
 

joyce posted on 7/15/16
Dennis and Brian , I am so very sorry for your loss... Keeping you in my prayers
 

 
Sonya McCain posted on 7/14/16
Wilma and I were in Optimist Club and worked on many projects together. Wilma always had a bright smile and had such a sweet spirit. May God be with your family. Sonya McCain
 

 
Kim posted on 7/13/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

 
Tammy posted on 7/12/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

ralph teter posted on 7/12/16
Joe was a good friend,and an excellent surgeon.
 

 
Rose Albea posted on 7/11/16
You were loved so much Dad, you will be missed. Love you
 

Stephanie Saylor posted on 7/11/16
Kim and Donnie, We are so sorry for your loss, there are no words that can ease the pain you must feel. We just wanted you to know that even though we are not able to come today our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you and your family. Love from the Primrose family.
 

lynette carter posted on 7/11/16
So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with all of you. Love Walter and Lynette Carter and Megan and Jacob Riffey
 

Rosie Shipbaugh posted on 7/10/16
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Albea family. We will miss his sweet smile and kind ways. Love, Vic, Rosie. Ashley. Preston .
 

Kim Kissick posted on 7/10/16
I had the privilege of working with Bill at American Equity Centers, Inc. 23 years ago..it was a pleasure to see Stan come into the office from time to time... I am sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you
 

Carey Richardson posted on 7/10/16
"An angel opened up the book of life and wrote down Eli Michael's birth, Then she whispered as she closed the book, He's too beautiful for Earth." -author unknown Rest in heaven sweet Eli. You will forever hold a piece of my heart. Love, "Auntie" Carey
 

Larry Metzger posted on 7/8/16
I'm so sorry to hear about Mr. Gilbert passing away. He always treated his wife with the utmost respect, and together they had 6 fine sons. I knew their son Larry from work at General Motors, and I appreciated that he came to see my Mom at her funeral in January 2011. My condolences to the Gilbert family.
 

Eubanks Family posted on 7/8/16
I am so sorry for your loss. May your warm memories of Wilma comfort you until the day when you are reunited. (John 5:28,29)
 

 
Elizabeth (Betty) Bruns posted on 7/1/16
May your amazing smile and kind heart forever be remembered in those of us that you have left behind. You brought joy to so many lives over the years and will be deeply missed. I look forward to the day we meet again in Heaven. I pray that forevermore June 27th will not be a day of mourning for your son, but a day full of celebrating your life and your memories. May God hold your family in his arms and comfort them today and pcik them up and carry them when your loss seems more than what they can handle. You are forever in my heart, Betty
 

Cindy Durr posted on 7/1/16
Tammy, so sorry for your loss. I know you used to talk about Mark. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Kathleen Zink posted on 7/1/16
Mark, Sorry to miss your official "send off" but we're out of town. We'll miss you. Our prayer for you is that you rest peacefully in your eternal home. George and Kitty
 

 
Tony Levi posted on 6/29/16
So many great memories from retreats and shenanigans... HOLY shenanigans! You are missed my friend! Rest in Peace!
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 6/23/16
Marta and family-We are saddened by this news. we have lost a wonderful community supporter. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Brenda Fenters posted on 6/22/16
John was a fun man to be around. He would give me that devilish smile with a twinkle in the eye, that's when I always flipped his suspenders, just because he let me. He will be missed
 

Sonny & Sherry Hazelbaker posted on 6/21/16
A great man and a great friend. An outstanding man who will be truly missed by friends and the entire community. Condolences to Marta and the entire family. May he rest in the peace he surely deserves. Sonny & Sherry Hazelbaker Lakewood Ranch, Florida
 

BOB WAYMAN posted on 6/20/16
DEAR ""JOHN""..IF MY MEMORIES COULD ONLY SPEAK!!! I REMEMBER YOU FROM GRADE SCHOOL TO THE DAY IN JUNE 1956......YOU WERE A FINE BOY...YOUNG MAN...AND A WONDERFUL FAMILY MAN!! MAY GOD WELCOME YOU TO YOUR NEW HOME. AND TO YOUR FAMILY...MAY THEY ALL UNDERSTAND WHAT A FINE PERSON YOU WERE....WE ALL WILL MISS YOU...BUT I DO KNOW THAT NOW ALL YOUR PAIN AND SUFFERING HAS BEEN TAKEN AWAY...GOD BLESS JOHN...IT WAS WONDERFUL KNOWING YOU AS MY CLASSMATE....BOB WAYMAN SHS 1956
 

Raymond Goodson posted on 6/17/16
Jan, saddened to hear of your dad's passing. Hadn't seen or heard from him for several years but thought of him often and things we did many moons ago. I enjoyed flying with him when he had the Ace Airport, and going to Shades State Park with you and your mother. Call me if you like, would come to his life celebration when dated. Love, uncle Raymond.
 

Marsha Farr Mustin posted on 6/15/16
To Steve, Rhea and Teresa, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I was unable to come to the funeral home but my thoughts and prayers are with you all. You were very blessed to have your Dad for so many years, lost mine way too early, miss him dearly every day. Marsha and Tim Mustin
 

Sharon (Votaw) Ross posted on 6/12/16
Louis Barrett was my fifth grade teacher (1960-1961) at the Pennville School (not Pennsville) in Pennville, IN (Jay County). He was the pastor at the Friends Church their and lived in the house behind the church on West Maple Street. I did not attend this church, but it is still standing. My sympathy to you in the loss of your father. Sharon Ross.
 

Brenda Dunnavant posted on 6/10/16
My deepest sympathy to the family of Roy Davis. I was a member of the visitation team of Cross Roads Methodist Church and he was always such a joy to visit. What a wonderful person he was and found such joy in life with the stories he wrote. He enhanced the joy in my life and I will remember him always. I was gone the week he died and I'm sorry that I didn't see him again before he died. God bless you. Brenda Dunnavant
 

Rod Nisi MD posted on 6/10/16
Sending your thoughts and deepest sympathy. The physicians and staff at Gastroenterology Care Anderson
 

Nola posted on 6/10/16
Irene & Norm, Sorry to hear about your brother. Our thoughts are with you. Nola (Haygood) Martin & the Haygood family Noah's children
 

Paila Butner posted on 6/10/16
Mr. Barrett was my 6th. grade teacher at Alexandria Elementary School. He made us all laugh, and helped me get through a lot of 6th grade math along the way. Kind thoughts and prayers to your family at this time. Paula Butner, Lady's Island SC
 

sharon leidal posted on 6/6/16
Rebecca you and your family are in my prayers and my thoughts God be with you all during this hard time
 

Diann Poston posted on 6/6/16
So sorry to hear about Dutch. I know he will be missed by all of you! May he and Bobbie rest in peace knowing they produced a beautiful family! Praying for peace and happiness for all of you!!!!
 

Bill and Nancy Zehring posted on 6/4/16
Juanita was a gentle, loving and wise heart. She was as genuine as a person could be. There should of been more like her.
 

Dean Cowles posted on 6/2/16
We will miss my Aunt Ruth dearly. She will forever have a place in the hearts and minds of my brothers, sisters & me. We have fond memories of our child years spent with our Aunt Ruth, Uncle George, and there kids. I know she enjoyed her time with us at our Cowles Family Cookout last Labor Day. We were all so happy and pleased that she took time to visit even at the age of 96. By the way, last Labor Day was about 90 degrees & Aunt Ruth sat outside on our patio porch for 4 hours enjoying her time with her nephews, nieces, and their children. Aunt Ruth is the last of my Dad’s siblings to pass on. I believe my Mom & Dad are both happy that we were able to spend time with our Aunt Ruth. We know she is in a better place than we are. No physical pain, no mental pain. Her spirit is with our Lord now. From my heart, Nephew Dean Cowles
 

Maria Brenner posted on 6/1/16
Ruth was one of the neatest ladies I ever met. She was kind of gruff when I first met her and it kind of scared me, but the more I got to know her the more I realized it was just her and grew to love that trait. She was a true lady and was definitely a lady of Christ in her heart. She brought several good children into this world one of which is like a Sister to me. Family of Ruth please know I feel the same pain you do at her loss and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to each and every one of you. Ruth is with her George and Her God now and is smiling ear to ear.
 

Maria Brenner posted on 6/1/16
Ruth was one of the neatest ladies I ever met. Called her Mom for years. SHe could be a little gruff and scare you when you first met her but the more you got to know her the more you realized that was her personality. She would do whatever she could to help someone and was definitely a lady of Christ at heart. She brought some very good children into the world one of who is like my Sister. I will miss visits with Mom, but have lots of good memories to keep in my heart. I will keep all the family in my thoughts and prayers as they deal with a big empty place in their hearts. I know Mom is with her George and with Jesus now and is smiling ear to ear. Love and prayers to CIndy and the family.
 

Cathy Rudny posted on 6/1/16
Cindy and family. I am praying for your comfort and peace. Ruth was a wonderful person and I was blessed to know her. I am so grateful that I got to speak with her on the phone a few weeks ago. That is a memory I'll hold close to my heart. Although you're gone, I'm not alone, And never shall I be, For the precious memories of the bond we shared Will never depart from me. Our love surpassed the ups and downs And helped us along the way, And that same love will give me strength To manage this loss each day. On my mind and in my heart, Mom, you shall forever be, For just as much as I am a part of you, You are a part of me! Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/although-you-re-gone #FamilyFriendPoems
 

L.A. posted on 5/31/16
Dear Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. When our family lost a dear loved one, someone kindly shared several Bible scriptures with us that really helped us to cope. I would like to pay it forward by sharing them with you. May you find strength and comfort by meditating on these precious promises from our loving Creator. Psalm 34:18; Psalm 94:19; John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Revelation 21:4
 

Lore posted on 5/31/16
Gina and Joslin, Thinking of you both during this difficult time of loss. Nothing can replace a parent/grandparent. I prayer your loving memories lessen the ache in your heart. love ya girl
 

Diane Curran posted on 5/31/16
My sweet friend....thank you for the times we shared together....Until we meet again. Doug love you. My deepest sympathies to the families. Love Di, Brittany & Angela
 

LH posted on 5/30/16
To the Hood family: My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I hope that the promise found in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring you some comfort. Knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be so reassuring.
 

 
Kelli Jack-Kelly posted on 5/29/16
Gina and family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. What a wonderful man, and a great legacy he leaves behind. Love, prayers, and hugs to each of you as you celebrate his life...
 

Eric Griffin posted on 5/28/16
Keith was truly a light amongst the darkness. He always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. He touched many lives with his warmth and generous spirit. I can truly say I am a better man for having known Keith. You will be missed my friend. May God hold and keep you.
 

 
Lana McDaniel posted on 5/28/16
Keith was a wonderful man and will be missed dearly! Doug you will be in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss seeing his smiling face and his great hugs :)
 

William Wrege posted on 5/27/16
Farewell to a wonderful, sweet man. My sympathies to the family.
 

Connie Bronnenberg Back posted on 5/26/16
R.I.P. my cousin.
 

Kathy Kleyla Vaughn posted on 5/25/16
I worked with Annie from 1972 to 1983. She was a wonderful friend, like a mother most days and taught me so much! Even though so many years have passed, I think of her with love and know her family will miss her so much. Rest in peace my friend - I know you're with Jesus.
 

Libby posted on 5/18/16
I am so sorry for your loss, but J.R. loved GOD and he is in GODS glorious presence now.
 

 
Miss posted on 5/18/16
Your Family is in my thoughts and Prayers. I Love You. Miss
 

John Guelda posted on 5/18/16
Dear family of JR. I am so sorry for your loss. JR and i became friends while he was at Incarnation Church. He was a true friend. I will miss him.
 

Diane posted on 5/18/16
Death is never easy. Please accept my condolences. May the God of peace be with your family. Philippians 4:7
 

Diane posted on 5/18/16
May the God of peace be with your family. Philippians 4:7
 

 
Karla Kierstead posted on 5/15/16
My best memories are helping You pack your parachute, for upcoming jumps . Watching as you meticulously folded each pleat of fabric, over laying heavy books on that part, then doing it all over again . Then watching you jump, each time being more scared than the last . Gonna miss You Rocket .
 

Tresa Hale posted on 5/15/16
Kim and family, So sorry to hear of the loss of your dad/husband. May he rest in peace. Tresa Hale
 

Debbie Porter posted on 5/14/16
I am so sorry for your loss. I know Ann had a long life, but we are never ready to say goodbye to our mother. I have good memories of Ann and the great friendship she and my mother (Phyllis Weighous) shared. She was a sweet lady. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Linda Harless Reed posted on 5/14/16
Sorry for your loss....I have wonderful memories of your Mother.....God Bless.
 

Mary Ann Douglas posted on 5/14/16
So sorry to read about Joe. Won' t be able to make it to the funeral home. I use a walker now and don' t get around to good. I have been praying for God to comfort You and Eric in your time of sorrow. Love Mary Ann
 

Marsha Harris posted on 5/14/16
I feel so blessed to have known Treva. She filled a void in my life when my own parents passed away. She remained funny and witty even though her body was failing her and was always there for me when I was sad. She made me laugh. I will truly miss her.
 

Donna Bartlow posted on 5/8/16
I worked with Ray at Snelling for many years. To Sue, Al and SuLynn, Doreen and I are so sorry for your loss. I remember all the Snelling Convention trips we all took together, and had good times. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
 

Rod & Ann Boyle posted on 5/7/16
Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.
 

Dawn Farlow Vanderbur posted on 5/5/16
Enola and David, My condolences on the passing of your mother. 95. Bless her heart. She was an exemplary person.
 

Monica Harmon posted on 5/4/16
So sad to here about Mrs. Knisleys passing. She was an amazing lady. The Farlow Girls
 

Preston (Bud) Skinner posted on 5/4/16
I never knew Ray real well. Met him a couple of times, but being a Skinner, I imagine that he was a lot like my son. I cannot even imagine the loss. My eyes tear up with every thought of your family. My heart reaches out to Albert Junior and Sue. They have endured much and I know they will get through this, so my prayers for all of the family. Bud Skinner
 

Dan McCrary posted on 5/3/16
Ray was a man's man and the big brother I never had.
 

Jill, Cameron and Tyler posted on 5/3/16
Ray, I love you very much and you know that is true...others may not understand our jabbing and teasing each other like we did but you and I understand and that's all that matters. You have always been so much more than just a buddy or acquaintenance to me...you are my friend and I am yours....I'll always love you RAY-mon-doh! You made my children, Cameron and Tyler, believe in miracles and that there really are good loving people in the world still. You and your family made so many memories for and with my children. I love you and I thank you for each and every one of those memories but mostly, I thank you for our last call...I thank you for every time you listened to me cry and my world fall apart, I thank you for every time you were there with some corny sexual joke to make me smile when all I wanted to do was hide under a rock. I thank you for every thing and every time and every word we've shared....You will always and forever be in my heart and a part of my and the kids' lives...thank you Ray for letting me and my family be a part of you and your family...xoxoxoxo
 

Meryl posted on 5/1/16
I am very sorry to read of your loss. With, Mrs. Rector accomplishments, her love and joys, she was an amazing woman! I won't pretend to know what you're going through, but what has helped me deal with the loss of those I love, is turning to the Scriptures, something that has been a real source of comfort. One Scripture that gives me hope is, John 11:25, which says, " Jesus said to her: “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life." I hope that this verse will also comfort you and, I hope you and your family can get through this difficult time. Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved mother, grandma and friend. Sincerely, Meryl
 

Jill posted on 4/29/16
I'm REALLY going to miss Papaw and his humor and sarcasm and our visits and silly phone calls with one another and definitely our weekly outings! He lived a good life to 89 years young and he was a good man-genuine and true, sweet and kind, ornery and charming, a Korean and WWII veteran, and so so much more... truly one of a kind soul that blessed my daughter, Tyler, to no end...
 

The Kindred Family posted on 4/29/16
We send our sincere heartfelt condolences to you and your family for your loss. Daily may God give you the help (Ps.34:18) needed to cope. Dustin touched the lives of others and will be sadly missed.
 

Steve & Becky Massengill posted on 4/28/16
Rob: We are so sorry to hear about your Dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Steve & Becky Massenlgill
 

Doug Downing posted on 4/28/16
So very sorry Tracie...
 

Bud & Jana McCorkle posted on 4/28/16
Ross, God now has another great soldier, Jana and I have know you for a long time, it was an honor to have known you, when I worked with you at Delco your actions in both your workplace and personal life reflected your dedication to God. Rest in Peace. Sincerely, Bud & Jana
 

Bud & Jana McCorkle posted on 4/28/16
Ross, I / we have known you for several years, I (Bud) had the pleasure of working with you back in the late 60's at Delco, you were a dedicated Christian man and it showed in your work and personal life. You were truly a good person, you will be missed and a soldier for God, thank you for your friendship, you and Jeanne were always smiling and happy. Rest in peace, enjoy your new adventure. God Bless you. Sincerely Bud & Jana
 

DON BORROR posted on 4/27/16
I will always remember Ross' friendly handshake, good friendship and fellowship. I pray that God's love and promises will comfort the family at this time.
 

Rich and Judy Mantello posted on 4/26/16
Dearest Penny, We will never forget all the fun times spent with you and Bob in Florida. Things will never be the same without Bob and you at Far Horizons. We will always remember the way we met and how it turned into a beautiful friendship. Bob was a special guy who always kept us laughing, and he will be missed. We love you. Rich and Judy
 

 
Jeff Maish-Ramirez posted on 4/26/16
Steve and I are thinking of you and your family at this time. God bless all of you
 

Cecelia Penry Broida posted on 4/25/16
My chilhood with my cousin Bobby and his brother Steve are still so clear in my mind. Polish Picnics, The Polish Club and him and Penny coming to my parents house to visit. I remember one year in Anderson back around 1990 we had a terrible ice storm and I call Bob told him that my neighbor's got power back the next day and it wasn't a few hours later he had power restored for me. I just wish that Corey and I could be there to celebrate your life. May you rest in peace.. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. You were so handsome. I will never forget you. All my love to Penny and the kids. Cecelia Penry Broida and Corey Adams.
 

 
John T Gibson posted on 4/23/16
In Memory of my Friend Mike. A good man who will be missed. My condolences to his Family. John Gibson
 

S. Hayes3 posted on 4/23/16
May beautiful memories of a life lived to it's fullest linger and the shadow of pain be lessened each passing day. Re.21:4,5
 

Susan Shockey posted on 4/22/16
My husband, Jere, has been friends with Mike for over 50 years. Mike was like a big brother to Jere when Jere was at Madison Heights High School. Jere is deeply saddened by Mike's passing and will always keep him in his (and my) heart!
 

Jack Keesling and family posted on 4/22/16
Bill, friends and family-We are saddened by this news. We have lost a fine person. Mike was always the greatest. We will miss him. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Jeff Felicia and Sami posted on 4/22/16
We first met Mike when Hoosier park opened. We owned race horses so their was an instant connection. We loved Mike from the beginning. Even though we all know Big Mike could be very loud when watching a race he was such a gentle soul. My daughter who was shy loved to go set at the table and talk with him for hours. She would draw him pictures and he acted like each was a treasure. Every time we went to the track Mike was always the first person we would seek out. We are honored to have called Big Mike our friend Jeff Frazier
 

John S. Pajtas and family. posted on 4/21/16
Best Army Buddy you could ever ask for. We have many memories from these past 64 years. We are sure going to miss him.
 

Mr ♡ Mrs Daniel Smith posted on 4/21/16
Jay was a wonderful soul invited us into his home made us feel very welcome he will be sadly missed God speed Jay Psalms 46:10 Be still and know that i am GOD
 

 
Cassi O'Neill posted on 4/20/16
I remember when I went to your house and Grandma would always say, "go say hi to grandma." I did and i would do a little knock, and I would always here, "Come in darling." I would. She would always be in her room, watching TV, reading the newspaper, or eating. She would always tell me that "you looked beautiful, or your hair looks really pretty." I will never forget this memory. I love you Grandma Grape. Rest in peace. And say hello to grandpa for me! I love you!!!
 

Roman & Rebecca Bontrager posted on 4/19/16
May God be with you Sis Joanne and family. Bill always was as solid in his faith as he was an anchor for his family. Our prayers go out to the family in their time of sorrow. But we have this comfort, Memory is one gift of God that death cannot destroy. God Bless. Roman and Rebecca Bontrager
 

Sandy & Jim Satterfield posted on 4/18/16
Charlie was such a sweet man and quite the character. We will remember him always, he made the cowboy reenactments always a rememberable activity. He was and always will be our pard (Cowboy buddy). Colorado Jim & Colorado Sand The Cowboy's Prayer This is the poem used By Roy Rogers at all his riders club meetings Oh Lord, I reckon I'm not much just by myself. I fail to do a lot of things I ought to do. But Lord, when trails are steep and passes high, Help me ride it straight the whole way through. And when in the falling dusk I get the final call, I do not care how many flowers they send -- Above all else the happiest trail would be For You to say to me, "Let's ride, My friend." Amen
 

 
Debbie Flynn posted on 4/18/16
I always liked talking to Charles when he came into the office. Sorry for your loss.
 

Mary Ducas posted on 4/17/16
Beverly The obituary was beautiful I will miss hearing his voice on the phone I love you so much Love Mary Janette
 

Mary Ducas posted on 4/17/16
To Beverly Wilson That was a beautiful obituary I will miss hearing his voice on the phone But he will always be in my heart Love, Mary Janette
 

Ron,Ruthanne Gade & Laurence Spoo posted on 4/17/16
My favorite Uncle has gone home to be with the Lord and he is in loving company. My Uncle Corky was always so able to make me laugh. We have been so blessed to have had him in our lives. We will miss him so very very much.
 

Roger Ragland (Major2) posted on 4/16/16
God speed Charlie... The Grand Dealer has a chair waiting at the "Bluff" table, ol ' Pard.
 

Paul Amos posted on 4/15/16
May the love of family and friends carry you through your grief. Paul and Cam Amos
 

 
Veronica Feargrieve posted on 4/15/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

David Carpenter & Family posted on 4/14/16
Dear Sonny, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. David, Tricia, Channing, and Bailey Carpenter Arlington, Texas
 

 
Tony Manley posted on 4/14/16
my memory of Elva is when she had Dan bring her to my house in Goshen to meet me again as an adult. the impression that left on me that she was a warm and caring person, and made me feel a little more connected to a family I know little about. I hope you have great memories to share with each other. blessings tony manley
 

Dan and Marcy Walls posted on 4/14/16
Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mr. Heffernan's family and friends.
 

John and Connie Hood posted on 4/13/16
We are very sorry to hear of the passing of our friend, and co worker. Pete was one of the people that trained me and became a good friend to me. He always had time to help you anytime you had a problem, and make your job easier. He will truly be missed by friends and family. Our thoughts and prayers for him and his family. John and Connie Hood
 

Kira (Jenkins) Dishman posted on 4/12/16
Frank, Amber, Rusty, There are no words to express how sorry I was to hear of the passing of Lois. I have many found memories of Lois from when we were growing up. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks. Keith and Kira Dishman
 

Gene & Barb posted on 4/12/16
Dear Sonny and family, Was so very sorry to hear this sad news. Our deepest sympathy and prayers to you and the family today and the days to follow. Love, Barb & Gene Port Charlotte, Fl
 

Gene & Barb posted on 4/12/16
Dear Sonny and family, Was so sorry to hear this sad news. Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers to all of you. Know that we are thinking of all of you during this very difficult time, today and the days that follow. Love, Gene & Barb Holm Port Charlotte, Fl
 

Tom & Donna George posted on 4/11/16
Mary & Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Somehow we missed it at the time and just saw it in the Edgewood newsletter. Our deepest condolences. John was so faithful to be at the cross-country and track meets and I always enjoyed talking to him. Tom & Donna George
 

Ron & Kathy March posted on 4/11/16
Aunt Carol, We are saddened to hear or Uncle Petes' passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family. Love to all, Ron & Kathy
 

The Kindred Family posted on 4/11/16
We send our sympathy to you and your family for your loss of Hester. With each new day may God give you the help needed to cope. She touched the lives of others and will be missed.
 

Jim Ferrier posted on 4/10/16
Our condolences to Pete's family. I first met Pete while conducting tours to visiting Agency managers and their teams at State Farm. Pete was often the shuttle bus driver for these tours. He was kind, very dedicated and appreciative person. I really enjoyed being on these tours with him. As a shuttle driver, our paths would cross beyond our tour connection in the years that followed and the smiles and waves we shared as he passed in the shuttle bus and I in my truck, or the short conversations we would have as I rode the shuttle or happened to pass each other at the north atrium entrance bring back fond memories. I know he touched a lot of people and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Linda Pearase posted on 4/7/16
Dear Aunt Carol and family, So sorry to hear about Uncle Pete's passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Linda Sue
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 4/7/16
Nancy, Greg, Bill and family-We are saddened by this news. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future. We have lost a good man.
 

Kay and Makayla Roseberry posted on 4/6/16
Andi, so sorry for the loss of your grandpa....I know you are going to miss him...
 

Jim & Dixie Denny posted on 4/6/16
Nancy, Bill & Family, Prayers are with you. David & Phyllis were special people. May the Lord be your peace and comfort during this time and in the future.
 

HENRY T. JONES posted on 4/5/16
In growing up we were more like brothers then just friends, your family was my family. it was always Peanut, Harold & Henry. I'll never for get our time together. GOD BLESS YOU, HENRY
 

Patty posted on 4/5/16
Peanut could always put a smile on your face . You will be miss by all your Walmart family RIH
 

Lynn Martin posted on 4/4/16
Justin, Brittany and your family, my sincere sympathy for the loss of your grandfather. Loss is always difficult, sending love, peace and prayers for comfort.
 

 
Andrea Marlette posted on 4/4/16
Peanut was always telling jokes! He had a story to tell for anybody that would listen, and that would be everybody! We loved it when Peanut would come visit his Wal-Mart family. Thank you for the wonderful memories!
 

Kathy Jenkins Ayres posted on 4/4/16
Although it is a sad time for the family seeing his picture brings backs smiles to my families faces. He worked with my dad Jim Jenkins at Wal-Mart for several years. They where always giving each other a hard time about something but always enjoyed each others company. I am so sorry for your loss but I know heaven gained and angel and another Wal-Mart greeter. Prayers and thoughts, Brian and Kathy Jenkins Ayres and family
 

Susan Davenport posted on 4/4/16
Peanut will be missed by a lot of people. He was such a sweet man that always made me laugh. Everyone at Fall Creek missed him terribly when he left. All of you are in my prayers!
 

scotty cooper posted on 4/4/16
I was Joe's supervisor at delco remy off and on for several years. I always respected Joe and on a lot of occasions trusted in him to help me make the right decisions. He never once let me down. In my 37 years at the factory I never had a better utilityman. Although I hadn't seen Joe in a number of years, I never forgot him. I am so sorry for your loss and pray that Joe's light may shine down upon you, forever.
 

Annie Miller posted on 4/4/16
Oh dear Ken, Chic let me know about Lynn. I had not idea she was ill. Lynn and I spent may hours reading poetry and discussing art when we found each other years ago. I will miss her so. I am so sorry...... Annie
 

Chicqiela Elbert Velazco posted on 4/2/16
Dear Ken, so sorry for your loss. Nothing I can say can ease the pain felt by you or her friends, family, and community. She was such a beautiful, giving and gifted lady and will be missed. Chic
 

LuAnn & Rod Williams posted on 4/1/16
Lynn, I know that you are in a better place but you left this earth way to soon. Your beautiful smile and warm heart will be missed by many. Sending loving prayers to you in heaven and your family in the time of sadness. R.I.P.
 

 
Terry & Julia Dotson posted on 4/1/16
Ken, you, your family and all those who knew Lynn are in our thoughts.
 

 
Terry & Julia Dotson posted on 4/1/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Gloria and Don posted on 4/1/16
Dear Ken, We grieve with you in the loss of your dear soul mate.
 

Candy and Michael Adkins posted on 3/30/16
Doug, I am so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. Candy & Michael
 

Gary & Kathy Oden posted on 3/29/16
Doug, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. This comes with our most sincere condolences. May God fill you with His peace. Gary and Kathy Oden
 

GEORGENE BEIRIGER posted on 3/28/16
My deepest condolences to you, Doug and all the family, for your great loss. You are in prayers that you may feel God's loving presence surround you in this time of great sorrow and pain.
 

 
DIANA CLEMENTSSCOTT posted on 3/28/16
TO MARICIA HUBAND DOUG PRAY ARE WITH SHE GOING BE VERY MISS FROM THE LADY THAT WORK WITH HER AT THE THIFTS STORE .WITH HER SMILE,FUNNING AND HER ENJOYED. AND HER HELP.AND WENT MEET GO OUT TOGETHER.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 3/27/16
Jerry and family-We are saddened by this news. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Jocie Johnson posted on 3/27/16
Marcia,You will be forever in my heart.Love you Sis.
 

Sue Ella Bowers Morris posted on 3/25/16
You may not remember me, I'm Sue Ella Bowers, daughter of Sam and Lavon Bowers. I remember as a child the wonderful Easter dinners. Seemed like they all took turns having the dinner at their homes till our families got to big and we met at the Lions building in Lapel. I always enjoyed sitting next to Hester Alice, she made me feel special. Being one of the only girls at that time she made sure I wasn't left out. My visit with her in Florida at her Ft. Myers home was very memorable. She took my husband Jim and I to see Jack and Jackie, and Dale and Eileen, and them to the camp ground where my Mom and Dad had spent several winter months. Brought back many wonderful memories. She was a great lady.
 

 
Keith Bowers posted on 3/25/16
I am the grandson of Ethel (Tischer) Bowers sister to Mary West I remember attending Easter family gatherings as a child Sending thoughts and prayers Keith & Marilyn Bowers
 

 
Joanna (Vest) Boze posted on 3/25/16
Hester was a part of my life for many years having been married to my brother Dick. We spent lots of good times together, vacations and hours crocheting. She introduced us to Bonita Springs where we currently live. I will miss her but not forget her. She was a good wife to Dick and helped in raising his children. You are "back home again in Indiana" as you often talked to me about. God bless and keep you.
 

 
Debi Vest posted on 3/25/16
Hester was a wonderful and loving Step-Mother. She was always there for me no matter what. I have many wonderful memories over the years that I will cherish as she was a Mother to me and my brothers. Hester we will miss you and will always love you. May you rest in peace.
 

Xan Lawrence posted on 3/24/16
My heartfelt sympathies are with you Mary and Byron and rest of the family.
 

Dinah Shirley posted on 3/24/16
I am so very sorry for your loss Mary, Byron and all the family...May God continue to hold you close to him in this time of great sorrow.
 

Tammy (Stacy) Everitt posted on 3/22/16
I remember oh so many years as a young child at Roosevelt Elementary School. I believe it was Mrs. Young's first year. My grandfather, Elmer Stacy, was the custodian and he loved all the teachers so much. So sad to hear about her passing and realizing that I, too, am getting much older. From my time at Roosevelt we have recently lost Nancy Maddy and Dale Poor. I know both Mr. and Mrs. Yeakel are deceased. The principal, Jack Sandefur, has been gone for a long time now. Many great memories.
 

Chris Betts posted on 3/21/16
Sorry for your loss Pat. I still remember those lunches at The Big Top. Good memories from my younger days. Thinking of you and your family in this tough time.
 

Linda Ong posted on 3/21/16
My heartfelt condolences to Meg and family. I know this is a very difficult time for you. Please know that you're all in my thoughts and if there is anything that I can do for you, don't hesitate to ask. Love ya, Lin.
 

Kathy Sorg Harney posted on 3/20/16
Pat, I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Angie & Tony Davis posted on 3/20/16
Sorry for your loss
 

 
Angie & Tony Davis posted on 3/20/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Don & Ginny Gwaltney posted on 3/20/16
We were very saddened to hear about Paul. He was always a very friendly man and he will certainly be missed around the neighborhood. You have been a fixture here for almost as long as we have. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

 
Lyndia McCorkle Bailey posted on 3/19/16
I would like to light a candle in Honor of Mr Pittser Jr. that his memory will burn in our hearts forever. I never got to meet this man, but from what I have heard he was a wonderful person, servant of God and a great, father, grandfather , husband and child of God. As I write this note I think of my grandfather , and how he was prepared to meet Jesus. Mr Pittser had a great smile and am sure it went along with his personality. To the family and close friends I would say, God be with you in the days to come , as I pray "HE" will breathe a breath of comfort to you all. "HE" said he would never leave us nor forsake us , and will meet us at the Gates of Pearl with his arms open wide. God Bless and know that prayers are going up from South Carolina with sincerity from the heart, and always know God is with you , no matter where you are, if you ask you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened to you. In His Presence Lyndia McCorkle Bailey
 

 
Gayle McCorkle-Havens & Frank Havens posted on 3/19/16
To Melony, Kim and entire family. Our prayers are with you for comfort and peace. For your “Love One” was a precious gift from Our Lord and Savior. Jim is now with his sweet Jackie whom he missed so much. No more sadness or pain for Heaven he gained. He loved you all dearly and he fought the good fight. Watch for guardian angels, as he will visit again. You will hear him in the wind, the songs of birds, the crackling of a campfire and he will dance like a butterfly and rest upon you for a while. These will all be signs that he is still with you in spirit watching over you. May God bless you with precious memories and the love you will always carry in your heart. He would say: Do not stand at my grave and weep; I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the crackle in campfires and spark in your eyes. I am the gentle rain that kisses your cheek, so please no more cries. When you awaken in the morning's hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there, I did not die. May God wrap His loving arms around you all and His face shine upon you and give you Grace. Love & Blessings, Gayle & Frank Havens
 

Mary Clare Gibbs posted on 3/18/16
Sorry to hear about Paul. Such a nice man. Pat, you and the family will be in my prayers and will remember Paul at Mass during Holy week.
 

 
Bruce and Liz LeMond posted on 3/18/16
We are friends of Paul's brother Jim Backous, and we would like to express our sympathy to the family.
 

 
MISTY SMITH MCCORD posted on 3/18/16
My thoughts and prayers With Deepest Sympathy Misty
 

KIM HARRIS posted on 3/17/16
Paul was such a sweet person and I really enjoyed working with him.
 

 
Heather Philbert posted on 3/17/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 3/16/16
To The Broderick Family-You have lost a fine man. The stories about Mr. Buck are filled with admiration and respect. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Cecelia Broida posted on 3/16/16
Sharon and Cindy I am so sad for both of you. We know he is with your mom.. I have been thinking of you a lot. He is resting now. 6 months ago today I lost David. My God be with you. Love you sis.
 

 
Amanda Williams posted on 3/14/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Marianne Short posted on 3/14/16
Joyce and Teresa so sorry about your Dad. Prayers and thoughts
 

Susan Mitchell posted on 3/14/16
Sorry for your loss. He lived next door to me on Walnut Street. Praying for Justin and the family.
 

 
Susan Mitchell posted on 3/14/16
He was a good friend and his son Justin is a real good friend. RIP Preston.
 

Wes Young posted on 3/14/16
Sherry So sorry to hear of your Father's passing. Will continue to pray for you and your family. Wes Young
 

Cathy Cannon Densford posted on 3/13/16
So very sorry to hear of Eva's passing. I'm sure her heart was broken after losing both John and Pam. I will keep the Foutz family in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Wanda Mixon posted on 3/13/16
I will always cherish watching you dance with your Dad at your wedding. Heaven received another hero.
 

Phillip Stage posted on 3/12/16
Our condolences from Mary E McCullough, Rose Stage, Phillip Stage, and Charles Stage
 

 
Mary Stamper posted on 3/12/16
Will always fondly remember my friend of 40 years and our days at Grissom! My condolences to the Leffel family, and hoping that your loving memories will help to bring you comfort.
 

Dave Bargo posted on 3/11/16
Sorry for your loss. I grew up a few houses down from the Williams family on Noble street . God Bless !!
 

 
Gay Hodgson posted on 3/11/16
I am Stephanie's aunt.Preston was a great father to Justin
 

Traci Chocol posted on 3/11/16
Donna and Family, May fond memories of your Father bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. I cannot even begin to understand what you're going through right now, but I would like to offer my prayers and condolences to you and your entire family.
 

Dalton posted on 3/10/16
Hello this is dalton my mom died and I never stopped loving her mom I will miss you forever RIP MOM LOBE U
 

Jim Bergman posted on 3/9/16
On the few occasions that I met and talked with Sonny, I was always amazed by his story telling ability. It was obvious that he loved to share his many experiences and I enjoyed hearing them. He raised a loving and caring family and his legacy will live on through them. My condolences, Jim Bergman
 

Phil Horn posted on 3/9/16
RIP Rusty you were the True Dance King.
 

Michael Schott posted on 3/9/16
Curt & Family; I'm sorry to hear of your loss! I enjoyed talking to your Dad at the Pink Flamingo after fishing with my brother, Marti. We will miss seeing him as I'm sure he will be missed by many others. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely Mike Schott
 

Kim Dietzer posted on 3/8/16
The Beighs were neighbors, friends and family.That's why I called them Aunt Kathryn and Uncle Max. They were wonderful people who made me feel loved.I mowed their yard for years. Getting a teenage me to work hard was an accomplishment in itself.Their love, caring and compassion will stay with me throughout my life.
 

Michele Crosley Curry posted on 3/8/16
I have known Sonny for a very long time and have always enjoyed his lovely happy smile and quick wit. He will be missed. He is in my prayers.
 

Fritz and Diane Weve posted on 3/8/16
Sonny was always a delight to be around and with. He laughed and told stories of enjoyment. He was a loving , caring brother, father, grandfather and very special friend. He will. Be missed, but his memories will be cherished always. Rest in peace Sonny.
 

 
Patty Kestner posted on 3/6/16
I was fortunate to have Mrs. Beigh as my third grade teacher at Washington School. She was my absolute favorite teacher ever. I learned many things that year, but one has left a lasting impression to this day. Each morning, she would write "thoughtfulness" on the blackboard. We were all challenged to be thoughtful daily. I have carried that memory with me, and try to act on it even now as I have moved into 60 years of living. The world and countless students are better off because Mrs. Beigh was in their life.
 

 
Melissa Watts posted on 3/3/16
I will forever miss you daddy, I love you so much!! So many unanswered questions that I had, I will never understand, but the love I have for you is so big. I love you daddy, I know you are shining down on all of us girls!! love always daddy, Missy!
 

 
Sandra (Neely) Kirish posted on 3/2/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

 
Sandra (Neely) Kirish posted on 3/2/16
Aunt Linda as I knew her was a great person and always was caring loving person. RIP Linda
 

Jamie phillips posted on 3/2/16
Words cannot express my grief. Nobody could have ever asked for a better grandmother or friend than this dear lady. I could talk to her about anything and she was listen, give advice, or just laugh it out with me with her amazing cackle. The whole in my heart will never heal.
 

 
Tara and Phil Harrington posted on 3/2/16
Precious and beautiful girls, You know I love each of you, you are all very precious to me. I am soo sorry for your loss during this time. Ashely you were to him a gift he didn't feel like he deserved, you were his world and you know that you were his baby, you shared heart aches together that only you both know, but now he has gone to be with our Lord and has some work to do up there so it will be ready for you. He and Emily can look over the banister of heaven together. Keep loving, think big, think out of the box, do great things for God spend your life on what is most important never lose your joy, for it is joy which only our Jesus can give, death and the grave can not steal from us. Because we have that hope and you know you will be with him again. Comfort and kisses to you. Tara Harringon Carmen & Colette & Melisa I am sorry for your loss I know it is hard to lose your Daddy. Life feels like it shinks, but your dad would want you to live bigger than ever for God, for He is so worthy. The inheritance in heaven is out of this world. There is no regret in heaven, other than you realize you shoulda done more. It is what we can't see on earth that we see oh so clear in heaven. He loved you more than he could express and many things he sure wishs he could have changed. He gives God all the glory for anything right done in His life, he knew he wasn't worthy in his ownself but only by the blood of the lamb. He loved to tell of the amazing things God done for him and he loved to tell of God's supernatural ways and that's the way I got to know him. He believes that each one of you will experience this life changing love, it will heal every wound, every lack and every lose, He hoped and believed each one of you would experience the joy of Salvation that only Jesus can give you, and He will comfort you and supply every need. May you be comforted as only the Lord can do. I am glad to have know and got to love both parts of his world. You are a special family to me. ox Tara Justice Harrington
 

Lois Hinson posted on 3/2/16
My deepest sympathy to her children. Havent seen you all in years, but your Mom was always a happy Lady. My prayers for comfort are with you all. Love, Your cousin Lois & Family.
 

 
Carol Holley posted on 3/1/16
A very special and loving lady. She took care of so many people and was loved by so many. We will always have the memories of Central Avenue and spending time at Aunt Linda and Uncle Jim's house. Our loss is heaven's gain. Love you and will miss you.
 

 
Sherry Pennington posted on 3/1/16
Aunt Linda was a very wonderful woman. She has been there in so many ways for many. She will deeply missed. Miss and love you so
 

 
Karen Ledbetter posted on 3/1/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

 
Karen Ledbetter posted on 3/1/16
Love you Aunt Linda
 

 
Benita Louise Smith posted on 3/1/16
Will miss you dearly , your laugh and smile. Will miss you being around to hold everything together when things got rough !! I love you and know you are with God and his band of angels !!
 

Rev. Scott and Carol Webb posted on 3/1/16
We are so sorry for the loss of your father. We know he is rejoicing with the angels. We pray peace that passes all understanding over each of you in the Name of Jesus ! We love you!
 

Dawn Boyle posted on 3/1/16
I worked with Pam at Med One. What a wonderful lady! Always such a good friend. I will miss you Pam. My prayers to Alex and the rest of the family.
 

Don Brandon posted on 3/1/16
We extend our love and sympathy to the wonderful Dock family, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
 

Peggy McClaine posted on 2/29/16
For Eva and Rick and Gwen, Pam was a dear friend and one of the sweetest gals I know. I had no idea she was having health issues, but it's like Pam not to say a word about herself. I have too many memories to pick one or share with Eva..haha. I will miss her almost as much as you. Peg
 

Barbara "Sammie" Bercik posted on 2/29/16
Pam was my co-worker at Medcheck but best of all she was my friend. We were both older and came from the old school of nursing so we knew how to enjoy work together. When Pam, Shirley McDaniel, and I worked the weekends we could get a lot done and have fun doing it. I am a Hugger so I was always trying to hug Pam, she finally learned to stand still. When her son-in-law passed, she told me how glad she was that I had taught her how to hug. My husband Bill and I will miss her and we will be praying for her family in this time of sorrow. I know she is in heaven with her Daddy looking down at us and she knows how much we love her. .Rest in peace dear Pammy.
 

 
Tami Yarberry posted on 2/29/16
Pam was always so sweet and caring. I will never forgot how special she always made me feel........
 

TROY GREER posted on 2/29/16
I am so sorry for your loss. All of the employees from Greer's in Alexandria were sad to hear of Rusty's sudden death. He was not only a good customer, but a good friend. We all had many long talks and will fondly miss him. All of his family are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely Troy Greer
 

Gary and Diane Osborne posted on 2/29/16
Gary and I send our heartfelt condolences to Eva, Rick, Alex and all of the family. May God be with you all and give you comfort. Rest in Peace Pam.
 

Bea posted on 2/29/16
I’m very sad for the loss of Glenna. I hope that the promise of resurrection in the Bible brings you relief. Please read Isaiah 25:8 and Rev. 21:3, 4. May you have peace and comfort.
 

Hal Jenner posted on 2/29/16
I was so sorry to read of Pam's passing. Please pass my condolences on to the family. I will say a prayer for her to help ease her passage to the next world. It is never easy for those left behind but she has not truly left us as long as she is remembered.
 

 
RHonda Ramirez posted on 2/28/16
Mom, I miss you more every day. I will always cherish the time that we spent together. You were a wonderful mom. A wonderful person. Love you
 

Diana Johnson posted on 2/28/16
So sorry to hear of Rusty's passing. I knew him from the factory, he was a very nice guy. I last saw him at Meijer and I had no idea he was ill. He gave me a hug and we stood and talked for a short while. I know he will be missed.
 

Jack Ke_sling posted on 2/28/16
We are saddened by this news. Rusty has always been a special person. We will miss him. We hope the family's many fond memories will sustain it now and in the future.
 

Brenda Gerkin posted on 2/28/16
Prayers to all the family during this time.
 

 
Brenda Gentry posted on 2/28/16
The times you help me with struggles I was having. The prayers we said together. The words of kindness. Worshipping together at Madison Park. Miss those times
 

Kathy Hastings posted on 2/28/16
My mentor, dance teacher, the man who led me to Christ, my Friend, my brother, Rusty Hastings, left this earth at 4:30 on 2/23/2016, my heart is broken to lose such a loving man that led so many to Christ and was loved by so many, I love you Rusty Hastings, I will see you when I see you.
 

Ashley posted on 2/27/16
I have no words that describe my thankfulness, joy, sorrow and heartbreak. You will continue to train me the way that God trained you. I love you unconditionally. I love you Big Mac ~ Small Fry
 

 
April Selg posted on 2/27/16
She was my "teacher" when I did my externs at Med Check. Our joke has been that Ive been her favorite, of all the medical assistants that she "mentored" through Med Check.
 

sarah posted on 2/25/16
I love and miss you more than any words can convey. ..
 

Sharon posted on 2/24/16
Your family has my deepest sympathy. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Well, I was thinking of something to say to ease the tremendous pain that your family is suffering. So I compiled this list of Scriptures that is sure to bring you comfort in this difficult time: Psalms 55:22; Proverbs 3:5, 6; Isaiah 41:10; 2 Corinthians 1: 3-7; James 4:8; and Revelation 21:4. Be strong. Cherish the memories. May the peace of God be with your family always. And please remember to call upon His name found at Psalms 83:18.
 

David Graham posted on 2/24/16
So sorry to hear about Mr. Scott's passing. I only call him that because it seems right. I was never old enough to call him by his 1st name when I knew him. To Steve, Bob,Larry and your mother my deepest condolences. I still remember the time Garland took me to the hospital when I sliced my wrist open at your house horsing around. I think I was about 14 or so. He was a good, hard working man.
 

Bruce Pritchett posted on 2/23/16
I have a lot of memories of just chit chatting out in the yard with John, usually about absolutely nothing! Truly one of the nicest and kindest guys I ever met. He will be fondly remembered and deeply missed. Please let us know if there is anything you need. We may not live next door to each other any longer, but we will always be neighbors.
 

Kathy Kent posted on 2/23/16
We are saddened to hear of your loss. John will be forever in our memories as a wonderful cousin with a smile that lit up his entire face. Sympathy and prayers to the entire family. Kathy (Yelton) and Rob Kent
 

Julie Uebelhor Buechler posted on 2/22/16
Dearest Mary and family, We are so sorry to hear of your GREAT loss. It is not possible that the man behind that smile is gone. We have memories of visiting his family's house in Washington and his family coming to the garage-times all filled with lots of laughter. Please know that you are in our prayers. May God's love accompany you these days ahead. The (Paul) Mary Jo Uebelhor family
 

Missi Weeks Jones posted on 2/22/16
Grace and Family - My heart goes out to you. I am so sorry for your sudden loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
 

Shirley Williams posted on 2/21/16
So sad for you Mary and your family. And such a shock to all of us. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Words cannot express what we feel for you at this time. You have wonderful memories and no one can take that away from you. When someone you Love becomes a Memory , the Memory becomes a Treasure BLESS YOU....
 

Jan Knez posted on 2/21/16
Because he was 7 feet tall and I am 5 feet tall, Bo liked to stand with his arm extended straight out from the shoulder and have me stand under it. There was good clearance between his arm and the top of my head. Luckily we have photos of such events to help us remember.
 

Ellen Hite posted on 2/21/16
So very sorry for your loss. A flood of memories today. Condolences to you and the kids and to the family.
 

Kris posted on 2/20/16
Mary, heartfelt condolences on your loss. Prayers and strength to you and your family during this difficult time. Kris and all of your Stein Mart family
 

Amy, Steve and Joey DeNato posted on 2/20/16
Sorry for your loss. We are sending Hoosier prayers from San Diego to the Mendel Family.
 

Dorel A Hunt posted on 2/20/16
Mary, like Faye Barrett I worked a IDEM with John for many years, He always had a nod and smile not always a lot of words, I just saw him late last fall while shopping and had a nice catch up visit, My condolences to you and your family for his all to soon passing,
 

John Molesphini posted on 2/20/16
Mary, Cameron, Grace and Lucas, My deepest condolences for your loss. I will miss John a lot. Even though we haven't seen each other in a long time, I considered him a lifelong friend and for all intents and purposes a member of the family. We had a lot of fun together when we were much younger up at Lake George, going into New York City, when he worked in Washington, DC and when we went to the Indy 500 together (my first time - he'd been before). For me he was a kind, generous, fun loving person who could take the simple things in life and turn them into an adventure. I am sorry that I won't be able to make it to Anderson for the funeral, but I will definitely be there in spirit. My thoughts and prayers are with you. John
 

Renee Hull-Allen posted on 2/20/16
It was always such a delight to see Donna whether passing on the street in downtown Anderson (when she was working at the bank) or when she was volunteering as pink lady at the hospital. We would stop and share a little "catch up" time together. Donna was such a sweet person who had a great deal of grace in her countenance. I never broil a grapefruit that I don't think of her, and so she lives on in sweet memories. My condolences to the family she was so very proud of.
 

Jerry & Carol Hardacre posted on 2/20/16
Mary, Cameron, Grace & Lucas, We are so saddened and sorry for this great loss. He was a great Husband & Father. He will be greatly missed. We are in Florida volunteering at Wycliffe Bible Translation, thus we regret that we will not be able to be there for you.
 

Faye Barrett posted on 2/19/16
Mary, I'm so sorry for your loss. John and I worked together for many years at IDEM. He was very generous person and loved to talk about his children and family. RIP John, you will be greatly missed. Faye
 

Wayne Hostetler posted on 2/19/16
"Snuff", Mike & Nancy, We are saddened to learn of your dear mother's passing. She will be sorely missed -- always remembered as the guiding light and a pillar of strength for your family. Her constant smile and pleasant countenance live still in our memory of her. Know that our prayers are being directed your way, along with our hope that you find peace in Mom's absence. May God bless and keep you. Wayne & Tonia Hostetler
 

Dianne bates posted on 2/18/16
David and family , so sorry to hear about Linda.I've lost track of everyone these past years.but I will see her on the other side.love and condolences to you and yours........ Dianne.......
 

Nola posted on 2/18/16
Sorry to hear about your daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Bill & Nola Martin
 

Phillip Humphries posted on 2/18/16
May Linda's soul soar with eagles. Sincerest condolences. Thoughts & prayers are with you.
 

Phillip Humphries posted on 2/18/16
May Linda's soul soar with eagles. Sincerest condolences. Thoughts & prayers are with you.
 

Michele (Garretson) Ayres posted on 2/18/16
Amanda was the MOST beautiful little girl. At one time she was my little buddy. I have thought about Amanda and her family often over the years and those thoughts always made me smile. I cannot express how shocked and saddened I am over her passing. My sincerest thoughts, prayers, and condolences go out to her parents, children, and family.
 

Susie (Gallamore) Rihn posted on 2/18/16
I was saddened to hear of Calvin's passing. I still remember fondly of running into the two of you at Big Lots in Greenfield several years ago! What an unexpected and happy surprise! My thoughts and prayers are with you Jeannie, and your family. May God provide you with strength and comfort. Susie and Ed Rihn
 

Phyllis Wilson posted on 2/18/16
Dear Jean, Norman, Mike, Larry and family. I am so sorry to hear of Linda passing away. I remember the day she was born and how happy you all were to get a girl. Lots of babysitting memories of Mike and Larry/ The Lord bless and comfort all of you. Phyllis Wilson
 

 
Sue Starcher posted on 2/18/16
One of the good guys <3
 

 
Rebecca Love posted on 2/17/16
Countless memories of laughs and conversations and wonderful times with Uncle Calvin. My heart is with the whole family right now, especially to Aunt Jean, Grandma Love, and the Lucas family. love, Rebecca
 

Dave&Donna Kimmerling posted on 2/17/16
Jeff&Jean,Donna& I are so sorry for your loss.You will be in our thoughts and prayers tonite. Dave&Donna
 

Dave&Donna Kimmerling posted on 2/17/16
Jeff&Jean,Donna& I are so sorry for your loss.You will be in our thoughts and prayers tonite. Dave&Donna
 

Gordon Swafford posted on 2/17/16
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ~ Maya Angelou I am sorry to hear of your passing and my heart goes out to those whom you have left behind. You were always so nice to me from the very moment I first moved here. I guess it is true, people never forget how you made them feel. Rest in Peace.
 

Betty Parkhurst posted on 2/17/16
I first saw Linda at the Veterans of Madison County. That was a lot of years ago. I am going to miss her. She was my friend no matter how things went. I knew David from back then to. My prayers go out to her family. She talked about them a lot. I know she is up there looking down on me telling me not to cry. Those were the last words she said to me when she called an told me how sick she was.
 

Gary Phelps posted on 2/17/16
We met at Hoosier Park and spent Allot of time talking about life and the need to enjoy it while you can . Very sad for your loss rest assure heaven has another angel !
 

Brenda Henson& Family posted on 2/17/16
So sorry to hear about Amanda she was A very sweet girl .Our prayers go out to your Family. From The Henson Family, Brenda, Mike, Scott.
 

john mcmahan posted on 2/17/16
love and wishes to Grannie who is in a better place and her delightful baking
 

 
Mark, Mia & Chase posted on 2/17/16
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bennett family.
 

David Stapleton posted on 2/17/16
Rest in peace old friend. May Gods hand give you comfort. Man I'll miss chatting with you.
 

 
Jo Poor posted on 2/17/16
Till we meet again
 

Joyce posted on 2/17/16
Jean, I am sorry for the loss of Calvin. May peace and comfort surround you in your difficult time. With deepest sympathy, Joyce (your lab girl)
 

Robert posted on 2/17/16
Mike you were a great person to know. I got to see that big smile on your face many times! Never will I forget you, and you will always be in my heart. R.I.P Mike :(
 

 
Carolyn Pickering posted on 2/17/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Deanna posted on 2/17/16
Till we meet in the next realm . God keep you in his loving arms. I miss your fighting spirit. Love, Deanna
 

Deanna posted on 2/17/16
Missing you!
 

 
Deanna posted on 2/17/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Shelia Glancy posted on 2/17/16
Prayers for all the Family.
 

Shelia Glancy posted on 2/17/16
Prayers for all the Family
 

Angi Hensley posted on 2/17/16
So sorry to hear about Amanda's passing. She was always a ball of fire in high school. Her boys will be in my prayers.
 

 
Denise posted on 2/17/16
Until we meet again my friend, Gods speed.....
 

 
beverly besett posted on 2/16/16
Your Grandpa & I loved you & Jason, Missy, Rachel, & Nate so much. You spent a lot your Childhood with us. We had lots of fun together. Janice, Steve, & Jason I love all of you very much. You never get over this, you just live with it. I know you all gave your best to her. Thank you Becky for being Janice's rock. I wish I could be there. Love Grandma Beverly.
 

Pat Storm posted on 2/16/16
Linda obviously loved the Lord and we are so happy for her, knowing that she is in the presence of Jesus and is more fully alive than she was on this earth. But, our hearts break for David, her mom and dad, her brothers and famiiy members, and all of those that loved her while she was here. We will miss her but look forward to being with her again, worshiping our Lord and Savior for all of eternity.
 

 
Janet&Roger Hendley posted on 2/16/16
Linda was my cousin, she was always helping someone somewhere if she was needed, especially her mom and Dad, she was a very devoted person in life. She will be missed by so many whose life she touched in her lifetime, our deepest sympathy to Her brothers Mike and Larry, and her Mother and Dad,and her husband, and the rest of the family and friends she left behind, to enter into heavens gate. Sincerely from The Hendley Family
 

 
Niki Brown posted on 2/16/16
Amanda used to help me at my preschool when she brought Kota here. She had the best smile! She was a great mom to her boys!! I'm sorry to hear that she has passed away, I'll be praying for the family!
 

Melissa Bowyer posted on 2/16/16
So sorry to hear of Amanda's passing. We had a lot of fun back in the day. Will be keeping you all close in thoughts and prayers.
 

Bonnie posted on 2/16/16
I have never met such a beautiful soul. I loved to listen to his stories about growing up......and he always could make me smile (especially when I had burdens that seemed too much to bear). I feel so blessed to have known him....... My heart selfishly aches......as I struggle to understand. The love he showed me, and to others will be the way I can honor his memory... .....Until we meet again, dear one. To his family: May God's angels surround you with comfort and subtle reminders that he isn't too far away. Much much love to all of you.
 

 
Susan Whetsel posted on 2/16/16
Linda was a great lady. We went to school in Alex until she moved. She will be missed.
 

 
Mark Rees posted on 2/16/16
My heart is heavy...
 

Mark Rees posted on 2/16/16
I'm really sorry to hear that Amanda passed away. She was a great person, and will be missed...
 

Dave Cloud posted on 2/16/16
Sincerest condolences to Amanda's family from all of the members of the Arabian Wrestling family. Rest in Peace, Amanda.
 

 
Tonya Johnson posted on 2/16/16
God bless you and the family. May you fly high with the angels. Rest in peace.
 

Rachel posted on 2/16/16
So many memories of us together when we we're teenagers.... Them days riding our bikes from your house in pendleton to the barn way in anderson/chesterfield just to ride four wheelers.... Or living at southside pool with our moms and siblings... I have so many great memories of us together.... We have always been best friends no matter how long it's been since we seen or talk to each other.... I wish I could talk to you to tell you how much I love and will miss you dearly...
 

 
Heather Teague posted on 2/16/16
So many cherished memories growing up. You are loved and will be missed. May you rest in peace.
 

Rosie (Helvie) Lewis posted on 2/16/16
Janice Steve and Jasom I am shocked and so sorry to hear of Amanda passing . My heart goes out to you all during this time prayers for strength and love sent your way !
 

Dinah Shirley posted on 2/16/16
My condolences to the family. God certainly gained an amazing angel in Amanda...may he hold your family close in this time of great sadness.
 

Janice Archer posted on 2/16/16
Cathy, I did not know your mother but I am sure she is in heaven with her Lord and is embrasing her Heavenly home. May you feel God's presence through your journey the net few days. Love you my dear friend.
 

Geoffrey Edwards posted on 2/15/16
Uncle Bob, you helped fuel a lifelong love of cars, and your home was always an example of the way life should be. I will miss you, and I offer my condolences to Ruby, Mike and Kris, and to the rest of our family who will feel your loss. To the smoothest seas ahead.
 

Brian Snyder posted on 2/15/16
My sincerest condolences and prayers to the Walsh family for your loss.
 

 
Deborah Cantrell Kaminski Bustos posted on 2/15/16
My mother who did the best she knew how as a child mother. A worthy woman and a good wife , mother, and grandmother. We will miss you mom. Mostly I loved it when you laughed.
 

Dave Bullington posted on 2/14/16
Some of the best times in my life eating great food and playing with cousins in aunt donnas Basement and for sure some of the best home cooks donna grandma aunt betty wish sometimes we could go back in time
 

Dawn Sievers posted on 2/14/16
I have so many fond memories at my great Aunt Donnies. She was a very loving and kind lady. Full of love and laughter. Trips shopping, and playing cards and board games. She was truly a very wise and understanding lady. She will be dearly missed by all. Rest in peace Aunt Donnie.
 

Valerie (Walsh) Bailey posted on 2/14/16
Dear Uncle Bob, you've had a full and wonderfull life, and you will be missed. To Ruby, Mike and Kristen, please accept my condolences-Bob will always be in your hearts. Kindest regards, Valerie
 

betty hougland posted on 2/14/16
I so many fond memories of Aunt Donnie. She was my mothers baby sister. I loved the relationship they had and also with the other sister Bobbette. My Mom was the oldest, but they all functioned like the best of friends. We had many Thanksgivings at Aunt Donnie's house when she lived in Richmond and in Anderson. I always loved to go there. She was incredibly sweet and kind to all of her nieces and nephews. But all in all she was just a really nice person to everyone. I was blessed to be able to see her recently in her daughter Carols home in Washougal Washington. We had 2 visits about 8 days apart and she was still the sweetest Aunt anybody could ever hope for. I sure will miss her gentle, calming spirit.
 

 
Robin Maroska posted on 2/14/16
I remember playing in Great Aunt Donna's basement, eating great food and family get togethers as a young child. She was such a sweet sweet woman. Sad to hear of her passing.
 

Rise' Singer posted on 2/14/16
Dear Cathy and family, I loved your mom! When we worked together at the credit union, we had so many good times and uplifting conversations. I remember trips to Vallonia and birthday parties and anniversary parties. I am SO thankful that I got to see her on one of our trips to Indiana recently. She was a good friend, a great mom and a wonderful person! I have a lamp your dad made and I think about both of them every day! She will be greatly missed. May God be your comfort and friends your support through this time of unbearable loss. With much love and sympathy, Rise' Singer (Frostproof, Florida)
 

Frank and Nina Lucas posted on 2/13/16
Sending our condolences to the family of Mary "Martha" Boyer.
 

Kathy Dhooge (Phil Woodruff) posted on 2/12/16
Ron and Rhonda Cantrell: I was so sorry to learn of the passing of your Mother Ron. You have my deepest sympathy. Since I never met your Mother, I am sure she was as nice as you and your wife. She did a good job raising you Ron. I know if Phil was still here, he would be sending you his sympathy. Take care and God Bless. Kathy Dhooge (Woodruff)
 

 
kelsey hill posted on 2/10/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Lynda Strasser Cretsinger posted on 2/10/16
Dear Hughes Family, I remember your Mother so well...her smile, her voice, playing piano for Sunday School in the basement of St. John's. Always a kind word. What an inspiration she was for all of us! May Our Lord be with you in the coming days as you miss her presence here on earth but also glory in the knowledge of her new home! My love and prayers to you all! Lynda Cretsinger
 

Londa Fausz posted on 2/9/16
I want to offer my sympathy to Barbara's family in the loss you're feeling. I knew Barbara, as the office secretary for the district superintendent of the Northeastern Indiana District Church of the Nazarene, in the early 1960's. It seemed to me she would "always be there". So, it was a great surprise when, in December 1964, the district superintendent called me and said, "Barbara's leaving." What was even more surprising was that he asked me to interview with him for that secretarial position! As it turned out, I did interview, accepted the position, and it was Barbara that trained me and worked with me in those early days. Only God could have given me such a wonderful and fulfilling task, as I spent a total of 42 years, happily serving with the total of 6 superintendents and the N.E.I. District. Thanks, Barbara, for getting me started on a joyful journey.
 

Faye Reed posted on 2/8/16
John, Jim & Janet & the rest of family, From my family we are sorry for your loss!! Please know you are in our thoughts & prayers!! We know the pain you are feeling as our parents have passed also! If there is anything I can do please contact me!! The Reed's Sierra & Biddle family!!
 

Sonya Eddy posted on 2/6/16
My heartfelt sympathy goes to Barbara's family. Barbara was a lovely lady with a beautiful voice that I was pleased to have sing with the Madison County Music Makers for a while.
 

The Updike & Shalley Familes posted on 2/5/16
Barbara was married to our Grand-father, Rev. Paul Updike, though we did not know Barbara well, we did appreciate her love for God, our Grand-father and the church. She will be missed. Heaven has welcomed a faithful servant home. May the grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, be with her family during this time.
 

Zac Swan posted on 2/5/16
Barbara was a special person to me, and a very good friend. She was always so jovial and kind. We had a common bond, playing piano. It always excited her to sing, play, talk about music. When she sang, was seemingly transformed into another world. You see all I have ever heard her sing of was her Lord Jesus Christ. When she sang, it was as if she was translated into the very presence of God. (And maybe she was) She spoke very fondly of Jesus as if he was her best friend, and I know that He was. In her last few years upon this earth, it was very disheartening to see her struggle with her memory. How satisfying it always was, when I would start to sing a song she would grin from ear to ear, and start singing in that beautiful soprano voice. Sometimes she would even add a harmony, or I would, and she would look at me and nod with approval. What a dear blessed lady, I had a privilege to call my friend. I cannot wait until I see her on the streets of Heaven, where we will link our arms once more and enjoy the presence of our God together.
 

 
Jennifer Weems posted on 2/4/16
Joann, you were always so very kind to me. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family today.
 

 
Penny Lee posted on 2/4/16
I know you loved your little tweety bird. The smile you had on your face was so happy. I hope you are as happy in heaven. I love you and you will always be a loving person to me.
 

Rick Renfro posted on 2/4/16
On behalf of Dee and I, sister Kathy and Mark down south, and all the Renfro family in California, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. I especially remember visiting Aunt Rosie when 12 years old and our family made a 2 week visit to Indiana. At that point, you guys had like a hundred pairs of roller skates in your basement, and out of all those, the only pair that fit me were a "girl's" (white-pair). The only comfort was Aunt Rosie acting like she did not even notice. Anyway, I always felt most comfortable visiting and staying with you guys when we were there.Love to all; Rick & Dee Renfro
 

Phil Toad Horn posted on 2/4/16
Jerry so sorry for your lost. God Bless.
 

Debbi Johnson posted on 2/4/16
I have such fond memories of Elsie when I worked at Westminster Village. She delivered the mail every day without fail and visited so many people that had moved to the Health Center that when she wasn't there for one day they worried about her. She was such a caring person and I always will remember the "mail lady" as some of the ladies called her affectionately. She had such a loving family and talked about them often with such pride and love. She liked to show her trophies from tennis but her most prized possessions were her family pictures. I will miss her very much.
 

Mark Burton posted on 2/4/16
John, sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I remember how she always took care of the guys in the band when we rehearsed in your basement on Burton PL. So many great memories of her and that wonderful home. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
 

Gary McClure posted on 2/3/16
Dear Hughes family, Please know that the McClure family has your family in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. The Lutheran church connection goes way back to the St. John's days in Marion. Your mother is now in heaven with George and my parents rejoicing with the angels. What a reunion that must be! I will always have fond memories of playing basketball at your house on Marion Avenue and seeing your mother play tennis in her later years. As I age I have begun to realize how special this really was at her age. She certainly lived an active life full of joy, happiness, accomplishments, and love for her family and Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Gary McClure and McClure family
 

 
Charity Gosler posted on 2/3/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Martha Stoudt posted on 2/3/16
Janet, I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Mama...may God's perpetual light shine upon her and may she rest in peace...
 

Krista posted on 2/3/16
You and your family are in my heart and prayers. I'm sorry for your loss.
 

Angela Lawless (Philbert) posted on 2/3/16
I love you grand-dad! You will forever be in my heart.
 

 
susan and john posted on 2/3/16
Such a warm spirited woman who enjoyed life and could talk to anyone.
 

Leland & Veronica Brown posted on 2/3/16
Janet and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss and will be sending Prayers your way.We know she was a good and wonderful Lady, she had you......
 

Chad Horning posted on 2/3/16
Jerry and Susan, I just want to let you both know it was a privilege and an honor knowing Jack! I can't express enough how much I enjoyed taking care of him when he needed help. Both of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Chad Horning
 

 
Brian posted on 2/3/16
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Wayne Corley posted on 2/3/16
I will always remember Aunt Rosa's wonderful smile. She would light up a room when she was visiting on vacation. I hope she is reunited with mom and they can now enjoy each other as much as we enjoyed them.
 

Dorothy Stottlemyer posted on 2/2/16
Dear Jerry, Susan and Bette, So sorry for the loss of Jack, he was a happy guy with a great family. It's been awhile since I'd seen him or Bette, but I have happy memories of my childhood and us being neighbors. You have our sympathy and we'll keep in in our thoughts. Jim may be at the viewing, but I have an appt. in Indy and can't make it. We just wanted you to know we're thinking of you. Dorothy (Russell) Stottlemyer and brother Jim Russell
 

Gregory Hallenbeck posted on 2/2/16
Elsie, you were always so sweet to me and my family, treated us like your own. You are truly one of a kind and will always be missed. Love always, God Bless, Greg, Kristen, Mason & Ezra
 

John Grubb posted on 2/2/16
Cheryl, I am so very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I have many fond memories of both your mother and father. What great people. I consider their friendship and memories as a blessing. Just cheerish all the great memories and GOD BLESS.
 

 
Kim Ketring posted on 2/2/16
I have heard wonderful stories of Elsie from her son, Dave. I am glad she lived such a long and full life and hope you will all keep those memories close and talk about her often. I know God will comfort you until you see her again.
 

Nancy Hunter hart posted on 2/2/16
You are in my thoughts Jerry! So sorry! Nancy
 

Bill Sweeney posted on 2/2/16
Kim, my deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this most difficult times.
 

Flor Lopez-Prianti posted on 2/2/16
May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time. Prayers, Flor Lopez-Prianti
 

Ellen Gwaltney Bales posted on 2/2/16
Cheryl, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. To lose one's mother is to lose one's very first friend. I'm sure you have many wonderful memories to treasure. Her spirit will be with you the rest of your days.
 

 
Amy posted on 2/1/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Nina Kline posted on 2/1/16
Cheryl, Thinking of you and knowing how difficult it is to lose your mother. You were lucky enough to have your mother for so long. I am sure you have many precious memories of your time together. The one memory I have is seeing you parents cheering on the Indians in the Wigwam every weekend! You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Nina
 

Jack Ke_sling posted on 2/1/16
Jerry and family-We (family) feel saddened by this news. What a great person! Always delightful. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.---Jack and family.
 

Linda Schrope Little posted on 2/1/16
So sorry for you loss my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Aunt Elsie will be missed by many and she was loved by many. I remember when ever she came to Florida to see us she always had a big smile on her face and when she hugged you there was so much love in that hug.Its hard losing someone we love but Aunt Elsie lived a long and good life and now you all will live with all the memories. May God Bless you all Love your Florida cousins.
 

Robert Smith posted on 2/1/16
We are very sorry to hear of the loss of Jack. Our sincere condolences during this time. Robert and Jennifer Smith Tampa, Florida
 

Susie Erskine Short posted on 2/1/16
Dear Susie ( my best friend ), Jerry, Bette and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Words are not enough to tell you how much I love you and am praying for peace. You're daddy had a full, long, and amazing life! I have lots of happy memories through our high school days at your house and the love your daddy and mom gave me through the years! Please feel all of our family's hugs and love in the coming days! You will always have memories to carry in your hearts and your daddy is at peace in a beautiful place. Our love and prayers, Susie and Family
 

Jan Gangwer posted on 2/1/16
Ms Elsie touched many lives with her love and spirit. She will be remembered with a smile. Please accept my sincere condolence.
 

Bill Sweeney posted on 2/1/16
Jerry and family, my prayers and thoughts are with you during this most difficult time.
 

Angie posted on 2/1/16
I enjoyed seeing Jack in Pay Less for many years. We talked about Reds baseball and he was just a fantastic customer. I will miss him coming in that's for sure. Prayers to the family from your Pay Less friends.
 

Eloise &Rick Hatchel posted on 1/31/16
We did not know Ms. Elise, but we know Peggy and if Peggy is a reflection of her mom Elise was pretty special! Our condolences in your loss and happy for Ms Elise!
 

Martha Stoudt posted on 1/31/16
Susie, we are so sorry that you must say your final goodbye to your sweet daddy...may God's perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace...his legacy lives on with the many people who loved him and whose lives he affected...condolences and love... Bill and Martha
 

Mason posted on 1/31/16
Dear Papaw, Hey Papaw its mason here, I just wanna say something I miss you so much! I love you with all my heart!! My favorite memory of you was whenever I was little, and I would fall you and dad would call me Mr.Sir Falls A Lot! I would be upset.. Lol. I just miss you badly. Please watch over all of us.
 

jay obermeyer posted on 1/31/16
I will miss Jack he did a lot for vets and friends. His e-mails were fun. My friend rest in peace my condolence to the family. JAY O
 

Marcia Sapp posted on 1/31/16
Our family loved Elsie!!! She was so good to mom while they lived in assisted living at Westminster. We will miss seeing her with her wonderful personality and beautiful smile. Marcia - daughter of Martha Rennard
 

 
Wayne and MaryAnne Walls posted on 1/31/16
What a fulfilled life your mother lived! Now she is being welcomed into God's glorious kingdom. She is probably already competing in a sporting event! Our prayers are with you all during this time. God's blessings are upon you. Wayne and MaryAnne Walls
 

 
April Williams (Hughes) posted on 1/30/16
There are so many good things to says about our Grandma, but just not enough space to write them all. She was such a loving, caring & giving person. She would always send Birthday & Holiday cards & wrote beautiful msgs in each of them. Grandma loved her family dearly & her faith with the Lord was/is very strong. She loved to play Tennis. I'm so Thankful she showed me how to make her sugar cookies & gave me her secret recipe. I love you Grandma & I can't wait to see you again! ♡♡♡
 

Jason posted on 1/29/16
I knew Jeff while we were stationed together in Sicily. He was one of my best friends in the Navy for a couple years. Somehow, 19 years have since passed... then, suddenly, I learn of his untimely departure from this world only days ago. It deeply saddens me. I feel for his family and all those who have known him in all those years since then; however, it is very easy for me to recall all the good times we had... back when we were in our early-twenties and just living in a foreign country felt like an adventure. Jeff had a mellow easiness about him... I'll never forget just hanging out on his back porch grilling chicken and talking like you do when you're whole life is in front of you. It's just so sad to know his journey has ended. Rest in peace, buddy... rest in peace.
 

 
Julie Moffitt posted on 1/28/16
Your love of family and caring ways will never be forgotten. I hold dear to me the memories made when I was just a child and my Uncle Jack came home from the Navy. He always made me feel special. I will truly miss him.
 

Chris Myers posted on 1/27/16
Was a great man who helped me ran for chef and stay involved with the 40&8 I always valued his input on the daily business of voiture 510 and relish the time we spent doing many projects
 

 
Barb Moss posted on 1/24/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Art and Arturo Gallanosa posted on 1/24/16
Nancy, Win and Andrew, We just got back from Florida and found out that Bill had passed on. We are so sorry! We love him like our own brother. He was a very knowledgeable, honest and caring individual. We will never ever forget him. He was one of a kind. Rest in peace Bill.! The Gallanosa family
 

 
Nola posted on 1/24/16
Mona & Jim, Sorry to hear about your mom. Our thoughts are with you. Nola & Bill
 

Norm and Susan Held posted on 1/24/16
Rusty and Sharon, Many regrets for the passing of your father. Thinking of you and your family. Was hoping your dad could get another hole in one this year but he certainly lived a very full and active life. Hope only good things will follow. Norm and Susan Held
 

ron(rooster)shell posted on 1/23/16
rusty so sorry to for your loss i know u were close to your dad. all my prayers are with you and your family. i will see u this summer on the course.
 

Trish posted on 1/23/16
We lost one of our family. My sympathy goes out to yours and Jeff. He was one of our family on 3rd shift,...We kept checking the Indystar Obituaries, because we hadn't heard any information at the job. Some of us were off and we did not get the information in time to attend. We would have loved to pay our respects, unfortunately, we weren't informed. You all are in my prayers. I would have loved to say goodbye. My heart goes out to you. Trish.
 

Mrs. Smith posted on 1/23/16
To the family- Deepest sympathy to you for your loss. How sad to see Jeffrey cut down so early in life. He left many sad friends and family. It never makes sense, does it? The Bible offers comfort. At Acts 24:15 it says "And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection...". Those beautiful words mean that Jeffrey has a hope for the future. If you would appreciate more encouragement from the Bible please visit www.jw.org on line.
 

Mrs. Smith posted on 1/23/16
To the family- So sad to hear of Bus' death. He was well liked by all who knew him. At this time it helps to remember a promise from the Bible. At Acts 24:15 "And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous". These words will help heal our hearts. For more information please go to www.jw.org.
 

Dave Puckett posted on 1/23/16
Rusty What a great guy. Some of my earliest memories were of your family. Bus, Carol, (and you). Bus was one of those guys that you got great pride out of just saying "I know him" when your heard his name in a conversation. Truly a nice guy I always remember. dp
 

Angie posted on 1/23/16
The Robinson Family , Our hearts go out to you during this difficult time as for everyone that knew and loved Jeff .. He was an amazing person .. He will be missed by all His navy shipmates and families .. We will Miss you uncle Jeff .. Please watch over us .. May god bless you always .. Xoxoxo
 

Brenda Elliott posted on 1/22/16
It was my privilege to work with Georgia for many years at Anderson City Utilities. She was a very conscientious worker and I'm grateful to have had such a thoughtful and caring friend. My prayers are with her family and friends as they celebrate Georgia's life.
 

Judy Lighty posted on 1/22/16
To Glenda's Sisters, I'm sorry that I cannot visit you at the funeral home. Please know that I am praying for all of you. May the Lord surround you with His peace, comfort and love as you face these difficult days. With loving sympathy, Judy Lighty
 

 
Carla (Morgan) Somerlott posted on 1/22/16
Edie, I am so very sorry for your loss!! My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time!! Love you!!
 

Cristina posted on 1/22/16
Jeffro was a good friend of ours in Sicily. He was a very welcoming person and easy going. He adapted very well to the new culture and language. We loved him and appreciated him, he will be terribly missed. Our condolences go to his family.
 

Dean Passons posted on 1/22/16
I was incredibly saddened to learn and still cannot believe you are no longer with us… You left too soon. You are loved by so many and will live on and be cherished in our hearts and memories forever. Jeff will be terribly missed and I am truly honored to have known him in both military and civilian lives. My most sincere and heartfelt condolences.
 

John and Connie Hood posted on 1/22/16
We are very sad to hear about the lose of your son. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. John and Connie Hood and family
 

 
Bivens Family posted on 1/22/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Scott Waggoner posted on 1/21/16
Tracie. I am so sorry for your loss. You, Archie, and family are in my prayers. Your Mom would be so proud of the strong inspiring lady that you have become. God Bless.
 

Jeff Kovach posted on 1/21/16
Jeff was a good friend back in the old days living in Edgewood and riding our bikes and drinking Pepsi that his Dad would bring home from work. I lost touch with him while I was in the Navy myself and will miss him dearly. Rest in Peace Jeff. Jeff Kovach
 

Chris Calabria posted on 1/21/16
To The Demos Family, So sorry to read of your Aunt Georgia's passing. Praise God, that He may Bless and comfort your family during this sad time of loss.
 

George & DiAnn Thanas posted on 1/21/16
our prayers go out to all the family. Georgia was a lovely lady and had such a kind, gentle way about her and a lovely smile for all.
 

Linda posted on 1/20/16
I am deeply sorry for your loss. It is a difficult time in life when you lose a mate. Rest assured that God will remember those who have died and bring them back to earth to enjoy life forever. Jo 5:28,29 Ps 37:11,29. Soon God will wipe away all tears and death and pain will be no more. Rev 21;3,4. May these hopes be of comfort to you now. http://tv.jw.org/#en/video/VODBible/pub-jwbcov_201405_5_VIDEO
 

Jonathan Laird posted on 1/18/16
Hi Grandma! I've been thinking about you today. I sure miss you -- your laugh, your smile, your warmth. I still have the quilt you and I sewed together when I was a child and it makes me so happy every time I look at it. I hope you're at peace with Grandpa and that I get to see you again some day. I love you! Jonathan
 

GEORGE posted on 1/17/16
SORRY BILL TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOTHER! THERE IS COMFORT FOR US WHEN WE HAVE LOST OUR LOVE ONES HERE IN THE BIBLE AT ACTS 24:15, WHERE IT SAYS AND I HAVE HOPE TOWARD GOD, WHICH HOPE THESE MEN ALSO LOOK FORWARD TO, THAT THERE IS GOING TO BE A RESURRECTION OF BOTH RIGHTEOUS AND UNRIGHTEOUS. GEORGE
 

GEORGE posted on 1/17/16
SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOSS. KNEW BRENDA FROM DELCO. SHE WAS VERY PLEASANT TO TALK TO ALWAYS UPBEAT. THERE IS COMFORT HERE IN THE BIBLE AT ACTS 24:15, WHERE IT SAYS: " AND I HAVE HOPE TOWARD GOD, WHICH HOPE THESE MEN ALSO LOOK FORWARD TO, THAT THERE IS GOING TO BE RESURRECTION OF BOTH RIGHTEOUS AND UNRIGHTEOUS." IF YOU WOULD MOR INFO ON THIS, GO TO JW.ORG
 

GEORGE posted on 1/17/16
SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT KENNETH. I KNEW HIM, ALWAYS SO KIND TO EVERYONE. THERE IS COMFORT FROM THE BIBLE HERE AT ACTS 24: VERSE 15 WHERE IT SAYS: AND I HAVE HOPE TOWARD GOD WHICH HOPE THESE MEN ALSO LOOK FORWARD TO, THAT THERE IS GOING TO BE A RESURRECTION OF BOTH RIGHTEOUS AND UNRIGHTEOUS." IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE ON THIS SUBJECT, GO JW.ORG
 

Pat Rice posted on 1/16/16
My deepest sympathy to Betty and the family. Bethel was the best. I am very saddened to hear of the passing of my old dear friend. May God comfort you in this time of loss. You all are in my prayers!
 

Kim Bailey posted on 1/14/16
My sincere condolences to your family. May you have wonderful memories of times spent together and have comfort in God's promise of a new world where death will be no more (Revelation 21:3, 4). My deepest sympathy to you all.
 

Jean Miller posted on 1/14/16
My deepest sympathy to my cousin Donald's wife Kathy and all of his family.
 

Tammy Odom posted on 1/14/16
Sending my deepest sympathy to my sweet friend Greg and his family. My prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. May fond memories fill you with love and warmth...and keep your Father living in your hearts forever.... Rest in Peace my friend's Father.... Tammy Odom
 

Daisy Bloome posted on 1/14/16
My deepest condolences for the family with the loss of a wonderful man and person. R.I.P Uncle Al <3
 

Sharon/Janet Roundtree posted on 1/13/16
We are so sorry for your loss, we have such great memories of all you guys being our neighbors and great fun running the neighborhood til porch lights started flickering. He will always be in our hearts, if you need anything please let us know.
 

Cathy Osborne posted on 1/13/16
I will miss you terribly. Being your neighbor for the last 10 years has been nothing but good times and lots of laughs. RIP my friend... Cathy Osborne ❤️
 

Linda Roundtree Christopher posted on 1/13/16
I just heard this, Wednesday evening. I am so sorry to hear of Al's passing. All of you were great neighbors and cherished friends. My deepest sympathies to you all.
 

 
Mike Cox posted on 1/13/16
Rick you are the best friend a man can have. See you in heaven.
 

steve branum posted on 1/13/16
Rest In Peace Bethel,Thanks for all the good nights of entertainment you used to do back in the day of playing music,you were always an insperation.Prayers to the Family,sorry of your loss
 

Roddy Reel posted on 1/12/16
We put in so many hours together at work. And when you do that you either hate each other or become close. I loved working with Don. He was good at everything. Smart, funny,dependable,talented and professional. Solid. You had to earn his friendship. But once you had it it was solid. I was at work when my Dad died and Don helped me so much. It would have been so nice to rehash old times. But that can still happen in heaven. I know he's there checking things out. Paving the way for the rest of us.
 

Theresa Perkins posted on 1/12/16
Kathy...I was on the internet this morning and took a double take when I saw Dons name. I haven't seen you guys for years but have thought about you often. I just wanted to drop you and your family a line to let you know I was thinking about you. I'm not good with words when it comes to losing loved ones, but I do send my condolences and my thoughts and prayers are with you. I
 

Chris Macaulay posted on 1/11/16
Our Prayers and Condolences to the Kommler Family may you find Peace in knowing he reunited with his Twin . gods peace
 

Amy Tatman posted on 1/11/16
I am truly saddened by the loss of a Great Twin.....my heart goes out to the Koomler family
 

Patti Layton posted on 1/11/16
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You are not alone. God will guide you. And we (your friends and faith family) will always be there for you! Love you much, Patti Layton
 

Sister Kathleen Reilly posted on 1/10/16
Dear Joyce, I am sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family will be remembered in my prayer and that of my new community of Holy Cross Sisters in Kensington, Maryland. I know that God will be your strength now and in the days to come. Sister Kathleen Reilly, CSC
 

Sister Kathleen Reilly posted on 1/10/16
Joyce, you and your family will be remembered in my prayer and that of my new community so Holy Cross Sisters at St, Angela Hall, Kensington Maryland. I know bGod will be your support now and in the days to come. Sister Kathleen Reilly
 

Sister Kathleen Reilly posted on 1/10/16
Joyce, you and your family will be remembered in my prayer and that of my new community so Holy Cross Sisters at St, Angela Hall, Kensington Maryland. I know bGod will be your support now and in the days to come. Sister Kathleen Reilly
 

Glenn Scott posted on 1/10/16
So sorry for your loss
 

Mike & Anne Schleich posted on 1/10/16
We are so sorry for the sudden loss of George. All of your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Joyce & Donnie White posted on 1/10/16
Our deepest sympatny. We will keep you in our prayers. The White Family
 

Joyce & Donnie White posted on 1/10/16
Our deepest sympatny. We will keep you in our prayers. The White Family
 

 
Francine Starr posted on 1/10/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Nina Wiley Kline posted on 1/9/16
I was so sorry to learn of Al's passing. He was one of the good guys. Whenever I would see him, he would have a smile, and stop to talk for a short while. Thinking of your family and sending prayers your way!
 

Karen and Lico Rosales posted on 1/9/16
There are so many wonderful things to say about Al Stoner. My most favorite thing about him was his sense of humor. He could make me laugh. He always had a smile, a wise crack or a funny story to share. My love, thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Stoner family. You will be missed Mr. Mr. Stoner!! ❤❤❤
 

 
Julie And Tim Marstall posted on 1/9/16
He was known by Tim for 42 years. When they met all the boys were fast friends. Al would sit and watch the boys play ball in the street from his porch. He was just a young man in his late 20's then. Later in life, Al always had a tear in his eye for Barbie. He always mentioned her when he talked to Tim. You will be missed Al.
 

 
Lindy Barrett posted on 1/8/16
Aunt Nita's memory will impact all those that knew her as her character traits were ones to be admired.
 

Patty Wikle posted on 1/8/16
Al, "Crash" I will miss you and all your funny stories. Give Phil a hug for me and you two behave! Got a lot of friends up there waiting to welcome you. We will always love and miss you. We will take care of Joyce. See you someday.
 

Jane Deeley Zambreno posted on 1/8/16
Al was my friend since the 9th grade and married my dear friend Joyce who was my close friend in grade school and junior high. Joyce has lost her best friend and I am very, very sad for her and the family. When my Mom passed away 5 years ago, they were both so helpful to me and I remain grateful. They were a team! A fun memory of Al is that I got to see him play a lot of baseball on a winning team. I am blessed to have known Al and will keep Joyce in my prayers.
 

Rick & Martha Heider posted on 1/8/16
Joyce we are so sorry to hear about Al. Please accept our sincere sympathy he will be in our prayers. He was a wonderful person. We thought the world of him.
 

Max and Janet Koester posted on 1/8/16
Prayers and condolences to Joyce and family. RIP Al.
 

Vaughn Daugherty posted on 1/8/16
Pat, Rick and Vickie, I received a copy of Tom's obituary from my uncle Bill today 1-8-16. I just wanted to say that he will be missed and I will always value knowing him. He and dad were good friends and I remember well all the time they spent together talking about the next project they were going to tackle or the many they had already completed. Good times! I am thinking about you all at this time and may you be comforted knowing that Tom touched a lot of lives in a positive way in his short 95 years. Prayers.
 

Vanessa and Andre Scaff posted on 1/8/16
Our most heartfelt sorrow and condolences. At this difficult time in your life, we pray that God will grant you the serenity and peace that you need to get through this. Stay strong and know that you are remembered in our thoughts and prayers. Love.
 

Sharon Hardin Ellis Stettner posted on 1/8/16
I remember Tim at the Indian room every Saturday. Everybody danced all afternoon. I was probably 14, so I've known Tim a long time. I worked for him at the Chalet for a while and occasionally came in contact through my ex Jerry Ellis. I hope your final journey is a peaceful and loving one. One thing to thank Tim and his wife for, is introducing me to the love of Dobermans.
 

Suzette Bailey posted on 1/7/16
There are so many things I could say about Aunt Juanita. She was one of the sweetest, kind, loving people I know. She was always glad to see everyone one of us and we always got greeted with a kiss. She loved all the children in the family like they were her, loved to get pictures of them and never failed to write a note to say Thank you. Her family was so precious to her as she was to us. Every Thanksgiving she made her trip to Kentucky to see everyone(including this last year ). We will miss seeing her at our family Thanksgiving this year but rejoice in knowing she is enjoying hers in heaven. She was a kind Christian woman who loved her church ....never uttering an unkind word of anyone. I could go on forever, but bottom line is...We love you Aunt Juanita and will miss your beautiful smiling face. The memories of you will never be forgotten. Love, Suzette
 

Paula Hines posted on 1/6/16
Mr. Howell was the principal of Cunningham School in Alexandria when I came there my 5th grade year. Was always a very nice man to all his students. Very mild mannered. Bruce was in my graduating class of AMHS. Sorry for the families loss......he was a great man.
 

Evelyn and Ana posted on 1/4/16
Someone so special can never be forgotten. Thinking of you, at this time of loss.
 

 
janell burk posted on 1/4/16
I am honored to have been Brenda's nurse, and friend! Brenda such a sweet ,caring ,fun lady who was full of life and always made you feel special even when she was the one not feeling well!! She sure did love her husband and family and that beautiful dog! She was also Ms. July in our Breast Cancer Calender of 2008. What pose do you think she did? Sitting on the dock by their cabin, fishing pole in hand with that beautiful smile of hers beaming! A true beauty inside and out! I will also miss her on our Chicago trips, but I bet she will find plenty to do in heaven!! My condolences to her family and thanks for sharing her with me!
 

Monica Harmon posted on 1/2/16
Our heartfelt condolences Bill and Monica Harmon
 

Rachel Smith posted on 1/1/16
Brenda was a very loving person who I met when I was a young girl and now my family. I enjoyed her so much in the last few months I got to take care of you. I will miss you so much fly high with the angles love rachel ken tyler alexander kaylee and kylie
 

Rachel Smith posted on 1/1/16
Brenda was a very loving person who I met when I was a young girl and now my family. I enjoyed her so much in the last few months I got to take care of you. I will miss you so much fly high with the angles love rachel ken tyler alexander kaylee and kylie
 

 
Mary and Cindy posted on 1/1/16
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

 
Mickey Carty posted on 12/31/15
The candle is for all your family and friends so they can find you wherever you are...
 

Mickey Carty posted on 12/31/15
Brenda...how can I forget all the searching, sharing and caring we did together searching for our sons. Birthmoms do care forever....always in our hearts. If you hear your name called in Heaven it might be me wanting to laugh and love with you! Rest in peace my friend....
 

Alan Ayers posted on 12/31/15
Remembering our days on Security at Delco.. Rest in peace my friend.
 

Margaret (Parman) Rupert posted on 12/30/15
Uncle homer was a kind man. My dYghter and I were talking about our memories At his house in Indiana when. He let her drive his mower such a treat for a California girl. I hope the family is together and my dad is Leading a singalong Our condolences to aunt Mary and my cousins love from California
 

Carolyn Cunninghan Jones posted on 12/30/15
I have many memories of how she made me feel special when I was a little girl. I am sorry girls for your loss!
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/22/15
Bob and family-We have read the news with sadness. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

nancy Cole slusser posted on 12/22/15
I will always remember her smile and feeling welcome when coming to her house.I loved coming to Gates just to talk to her. Condolences to all.
 

Jenny Finn posted on 12/22/15
Nana, you always made me feel so welcome when I visited. Always a smile and an unforgettable laugh to go with it. Many fond memories in Anderson & Lake Tippy.
 

Kristin Pate posted on 12/22/15
My sweet Nana...I love and miss you so much! Your big, fun-loving heart was a joy to be around! We had a lot of fun together. I'll miss you, your laugh and our endless games of Rummy!! RIH, Nana! Love, Your Cee Dee Cee Dee So Dee
 

Phil Horn posted on 12/21/15
RIP Mr Barlow you were a wonderful Teacher & A very nice man. My Prayers go out to the Family. God Bless
 

Cindy Roberts posted on 12/21/15
I have so many memories of our years together...laughing & crying. You were the best mother-in-law ever! Anyone who met you loved you. RIH, sweet Nana.
 

Martha Lou Lauglin posted on 12/21/15
Dear Nancy, Win & Drew: This is Martha Lou Laughlin. I am out in AZ visiting family for the winter. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Bill was a lovely man and I have many fond memories of your family. He was such a pillar for our community and role model. He was such a good friend of Bob Laughlin's. I last saw Bill & Win, at The Toast, earlier this year. God bless you all during these days.
 

Tom Hervey posted on 12/21/15
I leave this condolence for the Frankton HIgh School class of 1965. We were very sorry to hear of his passing. Mr. Bartlow was our class sponsor and we deeply appreciated all he did for us. He was a wonderful teacher with his easy going, yet caring style. He was admired very much by all of our class.
 

SANDY AND JIM VAUGHN posted on 12/21/15
SUE, OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES ON THE LOSS OF YOUR MOTHER. SHE WAS A FINE LADY, SHE WILL BE MISSED BY MANY.
 

Marie McKay posted on 12/20/15
Bob, Sue and family, My sincere sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you. I enjoyed the happy times we spent together. Rest in peace sweet lady.
 

Brian Fox posted on 12/20/15
Bob I just wanted to send you, mine and Angie's deepest sympathies for you and all of your family. May peace and good memories flood your hearts at this time.
 

Sherri presser posted on 12/20/15
Nana you are loved and missed. A lot of great times and memories. Rest in peace for you earned it. I will miss you.
 

 
Niki Scott posted on 12/20/15
Love you, nana!
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/20/15
We will miss Bill. What a tireless worker for our community. We hope the family will cherish and be sustained by those many fond memories.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/20/15
We will miss Bill. What a tireless worker for our community. We hope the family will cherish and be sustained by those wonderful memories.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/20/15
We will miss Bill. What a tireless worker for our community. We hope the family will cherish and be sustained by those wonderful memories.
 

American Heart Associaiton/American Stroke Association posted on 12/19/15
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
 

Judi Litsey posted on 12/19/15
I had Mr. Bartlow for several business courses in high school. He was my absolute favorite teacher! I learned so much from him and classes were always fun. I regret never telling him what a great teacher he was in person. My deepest sympathies to his family on your loss. Rest in Peace.
 

Kathy Sanderford posted on 12/18/15
The loss of a loved one can be very difficult; with God's help, we can rely on many beautiful memories to bring us comfort. I pray that you will find peace during this transition, and continue to find joy in your life until you are reunited with your loved one. Our family has experienced the deaths of loved ones, and prayer and Bereavement counseling helped tremendously. The story of Lazarus depicts Jesus Christ's grieving sadness for his friend. He knows our heart and emotions. HIS ARMS will wrap around you!!
 

Dennis A. Trice posted on 12/18/15
Please accept my condolences for Mr. Bartlow. I had him as a bookkeeping teacher and typing if I remember correctly at Frankton High School in 1968. The way he instructed was exceptional. He made a major difference in my life. Again sorry for your loss. Dennis A. Trice Frankton H.S. Grad 1970
 

Dorinda Boles Rector posted on 12/16/15
Carolyn and Diane, so sorry to read about your mother's passing. She was a great lady. I always loved to hear her laugh. My sister Barbara sends her condolences as well, she has had a massive stroke and is unable to come to the funeral home. Take care and again, my prayers are with you in your loss. Dorinda Rector
 

Jorge & Irma Kidd posted on 12/16/15
With our deepest sympathy
 

 
Jackie Lawson posted on 12/15/15
You will forever be in my heart. You were always such a kind woman, there to make others smile. I remember when I was a child and always so excited to come see you or spend the night. Those memories will forever be with me. I miss you ❤
 

 
Cathy Schuyler posted on 12/15/15
I remember when we would get in the car & go to Indianapolis for White Castles. Grandma, Nellie, mom, dad, Lonnie, Gene, Vickie & I. We had a car full & it was a good time. I remember staying all night at Grandparents & Aunt Nellie was an Elvis fan & she would tell me all about him. I would write Elvis letters & try to fix him up with my Aunt Nellie. Such good memories! She would call me often & want to know how everyone was. She was very caring & I will certainly miss her!!
 

Shelley Bronkema posted on 12/15/15
So Sorry to hear about your loss. I have been thinking of all the memories of your mom and you girls that our family has had over the years. We are praying for you and thinking of you in your time of loss.
 

Michael Wolf (Justice-Gourley) posted on 12/15/15
Growing up as a child Debbie, Danene, and Bill were like older siblings to me. Since then life has separated us by distance, but my heart still aches from the loss! I miss the days when I was younger, I miss my extended family! God bless you all during this time of loss! I look forward to our reunion in heaven! Love and peace to you all.
 

Kasey posted on 12/14/15
Aunt Nellie I will always remember and love you your now with your favorite niece just wish you two were here with me.
 

Kasey posted on 12/14/15
Aunt Nellie I will always remember and love you your now with your favorite niece just wish you two were here with me.
 

Nikol Zrenner posted on 12/14/15
She was a wonderful lady and treated my children just like her own grandchildren. She will be missed!
 

Mona Peck posted on 12/14/15
My husband and I became acquainted with Debbie and her family when we began attending Grace Baptist Church back in 1992. She and I later worked together for a brief time in the ICA after school program where I really got to know her much better. She had such a good sense of humor and a contagious laugh that made her a pleasure to be around and work with. As the years passed and her children grew older it was our privilege to get to know and love them through the church youth program, Sunday School, and ICA sports program. We knew Debbie as a loving and supportive mother and could count on her input and encouragement as we interacted with her children. Her unexpected passing has left us both shocked and saddened, and we extend our deepest sympathies to her dear family. We are earnestly praying comfort from God's Word, as well as encouragement and support from close friends and family members will sustain you in the days ahead. Love and Prayers, Daryl and Mona Peck
 

 
Charlotte Tranbarger posted on 12/14/15
Debbie and I worked together in the nursery at Grace Baptist Church quite a number of years ago. She was a sweet, easy person to talk to. I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. I am just so very sorry about her passing. I am so glad I will be seeing her again someday. May the Lord comfort all of her family at this time. You are in my prayers.
 

Alison Johnson posted on 12/14/15
I am so sorry for your loss, I will keep you all in my prayers. Its never easy to lose a parent, but trust in God and he will give you the strength you need.
 

Vicki Short posted on 12/14/15
So sorry for your loss..Debbie was such a sweet kind woman and will be greatly missed!
 

 
Amanda Modlin posted on 12/14/15
RIP Debbie love you......
 

 
vicky hastings posted on 12/14/15
I am so very sorry for your loss. my thought's are w/each of you.
 

Faye Sanders posted on 12/14/15
My condolences to the family. The loss of a loved one is never easy but please find comfort in God's word the bible where it says there is going to be a resurrection. There at Acts 24:15 God's word promises that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous and with that promise, it is possible for you to see her again. More comfort is given at Rev. 21:3,4 where it talks of a restored paradise where the human family will have the prospect of enjoying life forever, free of sickness, disease and death, as we welcome back our dear loved ones. I hope these bible scriptures have helped you some. May the wonderful memories of Osa your loved one provide comfort to you during this most difficult time.
 

Cheryl posted on 12/13/15
To my mother who I miss dearly!!! As the days go by you are missed so much by me not only because you were my mother buy you were also my very best friend. Until we meet again in Heaven, I love you !!!!!!!!
 

Phil Horn posted on 12/12/15
John & I were in the Army National Guard together. RIP MY Friend
 

Dick Dunn posted on 12/10/15
John and I went to school together he was a good friend for many years my condolence to his family in friends.
 

Brenda & Dave Shanafelt posted on 12/9/15
John was our neighbor on Manor Court. He was a good friend and will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
 

Rose Evans posted on 12/9/15
I didn't have the honor & pleasure of meeting Phil, but I've heard wonderful things about him from Brad. And knowing Shelly, and Jazzy, it's obvious that this family is loved and loving. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Crystal posted on 12/8/15
My second mother, I will always love you and cannot wait until we meet again. I love you SO very much, grandma <3
 

Faye Sanders posted on 12/8/15
My condolences to the family and friends. The loss of a loved one is never easy. I hope to offer the family a measure of comfort by reminding you of God's promise of a resurrection. God's word the bible tells us at Acts 24:15 that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous, and with this promise it is possible for you to see him again. We are given more comfort from God's word at Rev. 21:3,4 where it talks about a restored paradise where the human family can enjoy the prospect of enjoying life without end, free of sickness, disease and death, as we welcome back our dear loved ones. For more of God's promises please visit jw.org. You may even ask for someone to,assist you with your bibles knowledge.may the many wonderful memories of Phillip your loved one provide comfort to you during this most difficult time.
 

Faye Sanders posted on 12/8/15
My condolences to the family and friends. The loss of a loved one is never easy. I hope to offer the family a measure of comfort by reminding you of our loving God's promise. God's word the bible at Act 24:15 says that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous, and with this promise it is possible for you to see him again. More hope and comfort is given at Rev. 21:3,4 where it talks about a restored paradise where the human family will have the prospect of enjoying life everlasting, free of sickness, disease and death, as we welcome back our dear loved ones. I hope this has helped you and your loved ones. For more bible comfort and hope, please visit jw.org. You may even request someone to assist you in your bible knowledge. May the many wonderful memories of Paul your loved one provide comfort to you during this most difficult time.
 

misty henderson posted on 12/8/15
Leona is my grandmother and she .....I remember a long time ago my daddy joe joe took us kids to see our grandparents leona and big joe well this lady always loved to cook If u left hungary it was YOUR own darn fault she loved for us kids to come over we had our own communication I love her so much and she always told me I love you my misty grandma you will always and forever be in my heart I love ya all sooo much wish I could be there......misty, bobby, jacob, and jesse henderson
 

 
Nila ( Sissy ) Starr Neblett posted on 12/5/15
My Brother Danny (Daniel Starr ) was named after my Uncle Danny. He was my Moms best friend for years when they were young. They double dated and went dancing together. I remember the stories Mom told me about how close they were and I remember his wonderful smile. I regret not being able to pay my last respects.
 

bill zerkel posted on 12/4/15
RIP my good friend. I will always remember the times we spent together as neighbors. Even though our lives have been separated since that time I have always remembered those most memorable times. You have a beautiful family that will go on in your memory because of the wonderful atmosphere that you created and left for them. May God bless you and keep you! Your Friend, Bill Zerkel
 

Faye Sanders posted on 12/4/15
My condolences to the family and friends. The loss of a loved one is never easy. I hope to give the family a measure of comfort by reminding you of our loving God's promise of a resurrection. God's word the bible at Acts 24:15 says that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous, and with this promise it is possible for you to see her again. We are given more hope and comfort at Rev. 21:3,4 where it talks about a restored paradise where the human family will have the prospect of enjoying everlasting life, free of sickness, disease and death, as we welcome back our dear loved ones. I hope the God's promises give you comfort and may the many wonderful memories of Lois your loved one provide comfort to you during this most difficult time.
 

Faye Sanders posted on 12/4/15
My condolences to the family and friends. I hope to add a measure of comfort to the family by reminding them of our loving God's promise that there is going to be a resurrection. The bible book of Acts 24:15 says that there is going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous, and with this promise it is possible for you to see him again. We are given more comfort from God's word the bible at Rev. 21:3,4 where it talks about a restored paradise where the human family have the prospect of enjoying life without end, free of sickness, disease and death as we welcome back our dear loved ones. I hope that these scriptures will help give you comfort. May the many wonderful memories of William your loved one provide comfort to you during this most difficult time.
 

 
Al & Joyce Stoner posted on 12/3/15
Our love to Peg and her children. Many prayers coming your way. We will miss Phils presence as will all of you. God bless you and help to heal your broken hearts. Al & Joyce Stoner
 

Susan Ellis Hoover posted on 12/3/15
Phil and I were classmates at St. Mary's for 12 years...Many fond memories of a special person. Please accept my condolences.
 

Bruce and Liz LeMond posted on 12/3/15
We would like to express our sympathy to Phil's family. Bruce had Phil for a stock broker and financial adviser since the early 1980s, and he will miss him.
 

Frank Zebedis posted on 12/3/15
So sorry to hear of Phil's passing! Marilyn & Iwill be praying For you & family! May God comfort you in this difficult time.
 

Rick posted on 12/3/15
It was a pleasure to work with Phil the past 4 years. He was always cheerful and had a story to tell. May God's love comfort your family during this time. God bless.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/3/15
Philip and family-We are saddened by this news. What a wonderful person and what a great life. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Carol Liming posted on 12/3/15
Dear Megan and family: I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved brother, Phil. I know this is so difficult and in some small way, a blessing as well. May you all find peace and comfort because he is now pain free and with your other family members that have passed. God bless you all. Carol
 

Genny Haskett posted on 12/2/15
Teresa, Rick and Pam, I'm so sorry for your loss. Just know she is in a better place and probably playing cards with the rest of the family already there!!
 

Pat & Mary McFawn posted on 12/2/15
I was surprised & saddend to hear of Lois's passing.I have fond memories of our visits to Anderson as well as their trips to Detroit.She was one of the most gentle and caring people I've ever known and truly one of my favorite Aunts. She and all of my cousins and their families will be kept in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Bill and Sharlene Bartolomeo posted on 12/2/15
Jeff, condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.
 

Lori patton posted on 12/1/15
Sorry for your loss you are all in my thoughts and prayers
 

Mitch Carroll posted on 12/1/15
I had the benefit of spending an appreciable amount of time in Bill's home having been both a long-time neighbor and friend of his sons. I cannot imagine having been exposed to a better role model or mentor. Bill was a decorated veteran, dedicated husband and father, professional educator, and community volunteer. Well-done Mr. Warmke. We should all hope to accomplish as much.
 

Tom and Penny Chaille posted on 12/1/15
Sorry for your loss.
 

R. Lance Graham posted on 12/1/15
Always a kind and sweet lady and how lucky we all were to have her in our lives. She will certainly be missed by many but shall forever be in our hearts. Rest well, Aunt Joan, and God Bless...
 

Mary Trent posted on 12/1/15
Mr. Warmke was the principal at 10th Street when my children attended. He was a wonderful man and loved by the students & the parents. He will be missed. My condolences to the family. Mary Trent
 

Charles Greenwood posted on 12/1/15
He was an outstanding educator, friend, and a person who was welled liked by all. He will be greatly missed.....
 

Carlene Kimmerling Budd posted on 12/1/15
So sorry to hear of your loss. I remember lots of good times when our families would get together. Prayers for all of the family.
 

Colette Rydman posted on 11/30/15
I worked with Bill on The Just Say No Board. He did a lot for our community and he will be missed.
 

Charlotte P posted on 11/30/15
To the family of Lois Oster Laughlin. You have my deepest sympathy for the deep loss you must be feeling for your beloved. How sad to lose someone so loved and needed. May you find comfort in the resurrection hope found in the Bible at (John 5:28,29}. The Bible also contains a wonderful promise from our Creator, Jehovah God, at (Revelations 21:4) that “death will be no more”. http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/
 

Ron Kimm posted on 11/30/15
Bill was my friend for over 50 years. He was one of the very best. We taught together. Navy time together. Co-principals together. To Bill, Smooth seas and following winds. Ron Kimm
 

 
linda wihebrink posted on 11/30/15
I know him from St. Ambrose School may he rest in peace
 

 
linda wihebrink posted on 11/30/15
I knew him from when he was at St.Ambrose School.May he rest in peace
 

Kera Humphries posted on 11/29/15
He was my principal at college corner!
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 11/29/15
We are saddened by this news. What a wonderful community person we have lost. We hope the family memories will sustain all now and in the future.
 

Teresa Busby Sonnenburg posted on 11/29/15
Mr. Warmke was my boss several seasons at Aqua Gardens during my college yesrs. I still have fond memories of playing Euchre during breaks...he always won. What a wonderful man!
 

Paul green posted on 11/29/15
Its hard to get the smile off my face,when thinking about the old days,at Packies,the Chalet,wow how time flies,RIP Tim
 

 
Tim jones posted on 11/29/15
In memory of OBIT NAME, AUTHOR NAME lit a candle
 

Tim jones posted on 11/29/15
Mr Warmke made an impact on me while I attended North Side ,although I didn't realize it at the time.A great man and educator.R.I.P. ..
 

Don Seal posted on 11/29/15
Bill was my teacher, co-worker, boss but mostly my friend. He will be missed. My condolences to his family.
 

 
iliff posted on 11/28/15
Great man I have known him at middle school he's nice guy
 

 
Diane posted on 11/28/15
Bill was my very dear friend,who I already miss. We had so many laughs together and endless conversations that I will always remember and treasure. When I became ill he was there for me and his kind words,prayers,and phone calls always cheered me up. His smile brightened any room and his heart was made of gold. He loved life,his family,and God very deeply. I was blessed to be his friend. The world was a better place,because of him. I loved Bill and find comfort knowing he's reunited with his beautiful wife,Judy.
 

Diane posted on 11/28/15
My deepest sympathy to the family of Bill. May God comfort you today and in the days to come. He's home at last.
 

Curt Thacker posted on 11/27/15
Sincere condolences and prayers for peace and strength for all the family. He was a genuinely good man, always had a smile and quiet gentle nature about him. We will all miss him.
 

Paul and Julia Reece posted on 11/26/15
We always enjoyed going to Uncle George and Aunt Edie house at the lake. We would have a wonderful time. Uncle George was full of joy and always had a big smile on his face.. Thinking of you A lot Uncle George. You are going to be greatly missed. Love you Paul and Julia Reece
 

Pam Weston Spall posted on 11/24/15
Edna & Family, So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Thinking of you in this difficult time. Sincerely, Pam Weston Spall
 

Debbie posted on 11/23/15
Sorry for your loss. I remember the days spent with the family when I was younger. Such sweet memories of all of you. Wish we were not so far away. Definitely will be praying for all of you. Love you guys.
 

 
shelly bullins posted on 11/23/15
Uncle Joe rest in peace.
 

 
Kathy (Johnson) Williams & Don Johnson posted on 11/23/15
Doug, Andy & Amy, Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He's a great guy & I know he will be missed.
 

Arnie Raines posted on 11/20/15
Gary my condolences on the lose of your mother, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Kikthawenund Chapter DAR posted on 11/20/15
Barbara was a special member of our chapter and served in many capacities, but her friendship and ready smile of welcome will be dearly missed. Beverly Duncan
 

Debbie Gaskill posted on 11/20/15
Greg - please accept my condolences on the passing of your family. I am sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
 

Charlotte P posted on 11/19/15
To the family of Delmas H Layman. You have my deepest sympathy for the deep loss you must be feeling for your beloved. How sad to lose someone so loved and needed. May you find comfort in the resurrection hope found in the Bible at (John 5:28,29}. The Bible also contains a wonderful promise from our Creator, Jehovah God, at (Revelations 21:4) that “death will be no more”. http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/
 

 
Bobbylayman posted on 11/19/15
Uncle joe was a great uncle we had so many laughs he would always take time u put others before his sel we will mis u uncle joe.we had some special moments together.bobby and Sendee layman.god bless the family.
 

Joseph Wasson and kids posted on 11/18/15
Myself and my children Brenna, Avery and Trevor send our deepest condolences to my father Rufus and uncle James for their loss and also to the rest of the family
 

 
Joseph Wasson posted on 11/18/15
I'm Joe and Gary was my uncle and when I would see Gary by myself he would call me son but when I would come with a girlfriend or one my wives it was like I wasn't there because Gary liked to have pretty women around, he called them his wives. He will truly be missed.
 

 
Joseph Wasson posted on 11/18/15
I'm Joe and Gary was my uncle and when I would see Gary by myself he would call me son but when I would come with a girlfriend or one my wives it was like I wasn't there because Gary liked to have pretty women around, he called them his wives. He will truly be missed.
 

SANDY & JIM VAUGHN posted on 11/18/15
Ed & Jim; our sincere condolences on your loss. Gary will be missed by many.
 

Kathy J. Shaw posted on 11/18/15
I knew Garry when I bowled and through Special Olympics. I am sorry to hear about his death. He was a nice person to be around, and he did good in bowling and Special Olympics. Rest in peace Garry. -Kathy
 

Phil Horn posted on 11/18/15
Tim you left this world way to soon. I remember all of the good times back in the 70s playing cards at your house. RIP My Friend. GOD BLESS
 

James Ehrlich-Blair posted on 11/17/15
I remember many good times with Tim and Bus out in the forest. He was someone I always looked up to.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 11/15/15
Ken and family-We are saddened by this news. We remember your mother and father as Mr. and Mrs. Holiday Inn, based upon their many real estate transactions. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Lou Shelton / Glad Tidings Church posted on 11/14/15
Our thoughts and prayers for everyone during this difficult time. We do have the hope of seeing her in Heaven soon . . . Until we meet again Teresa.
 

Aimee Brown posted on 11/13/15
Thoughts and prayers for everyone - so thankful we have the hope of seeing her again in heaven.
 

 
Shanelle Webb posted on 11/13/15
Teresa Parke was not only a teacher of mine she was a co-worker very special friend and she was my momma Teresa. Love her dearly and will miss her so much until we meet again. God has definitely chose the best teacher for his little angels.
 

Dan and Sherry Boone posted on 11/13/15
Our prayers are with the family. We are friends of Bev and we just pray that God will help everyone through this difficult time.
 

 
Heather Godby posted on 11/12/15
Mrs. Huffman was so very kind to my daughter. They sat next to one another in the church pew. She never minded to color as they sat together (at my daughters insistence, of course). My daughter will forever treasure the butterfly pins. It was truly a blessing to know such a kind woman.
 

 
Heather Godby posted on 11/12/15
Mrs. Huffman was so very kind to my daughter. They sat next to one another in the church pew. She never minded to color as they sat together (at my daughters insistence, of course). My daughter will forever treasure the butterfly pins. It was truly a blessing to know such a kind woman.
 

Marilyn Green posted on 11/10/15
You are in my prayers.
 

Ed McGuire posted on 11/9/15
It was a great pleasure knowing , and doing business with Tim and Charlotte. Had a lot of fun with Tim a real friend. Rest in Peace . Ed, with Frank Miller Lumber Co, and Quality Hardwood Products
 

John G. Hall posted on 11/9/15
It was three years ago, almost to the day of his death that I located Ray. I research an old league called the KOM and he played one game for Independence, Kansas, a member of that league in 1947. Two years later Mickey Mantle played his first game for that same team. Over the three years we were acquainted it was enjoyable exchanging e-mails with him. I found his life story to be one of the most interesting of the 1400 former players of the KOM league with whom I've conversed over the past two decades. I extend my condolences to the entire family at this time of loss.
 

Chris & Holly Mathis posted on 11/9/15
Oh how I loved Uncle Ray! Such a gentle and sweet man; always loving and kind!! My heart goes out to my Aunt Mary, Rachelle & Tammy...we love you and you are in our thoughts and prayers! Love, Chris & Holly Mathis
 

Pradeep and Lisa Valiani Shimpi posted on 11/9/15
Dear Tammy and Family, Our sincere condolences. We have arranged for a special prayer in your dad's name next Sunday, 11/15 at St. Chrysostom's church. We know how much he meant to you and how much he loved his family. We hope that you will find peace and comfort in all the wonderful memories you have of him. All our love ~
 

 
Linda & Bill Clark posted on 11/9/15
Such a pleasure to know Connie & such a long time fighter for her battle to live. Blessed is her sister, Vicki, who was beside her as much as she possibly could be and her other many family members & friends. God watch over her now and her dedicated family.
 

Mark Volk posted on 11/8/15
God Bless the Brandon family. I always enjoyed my conversations with Tim at the Chalet. Thank you for your generosity. Rest in Peace, Mark and Cathy Volk
 

Jacob Eytchison posted on 11/8/15
I love you and miss you so much. Thank you for being the best mamaw in the world. Love Jacob
 

Samantha Eytchison posted on 11/8/15
We loved ideas in crafting and I love you. I miss you!❤️
 

Kira Jenkins posted on 11/8/15
I was so sorry to hear of John's Passing. I enjoyed all of the conversations that I had with Johnny. You will be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks.
 

Lynne Kennedy posted on 11/8/15
Tammy and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. While I don't believe I ever met your father, I know that he must have been an extraordinary man to have raised such a kind and beautiful daughter. Thinking of you -- Lynne and family
 

 
Lisa Gaus posted on 11/7/15
My deepest sympathy for the Gaw & Jamerson families.
 

Lisa Gaus posted on 11/7/15
Mr. Gaw was my favorite Sunday school teacher and Luther League sponsor at St. John's Lutheran church. He was kind and caring to everyone, and had a great sense of humor. My deepest sympathy to his family. Lisa Gaus
 

Scott, Jeanna, Cameron, and Michael Ivey posted on 11/7/15
Dear Harding family, We send our deepest condolences. There will be a prayer said in Ray's behalf at the Notre Dame grotto, as well as many thoughts and prayers from our family to yours. Love, Scott, Jeanna, Cam, and Michael
 

Robyne Kinser Goates posted on 11/6/15
Mary, Rachelle & Tammy, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I have joyful memories of Uncle Ray during my childhood summer visits to Anderson. Such a strong presence with a gentle way and broad smile. I hope the many memories that you share lends some level of comfort and helps you find peace knowing that Ray is in a better place. God bless each of you. With much love ~ Robyne Kinser Goates
 

 
Tammy Sreniawsk posted on 11/6/15
My dad was a kind, gentle and thoughtful father. He taught us kindness, patience and resilience. When God greeted him to his heavenly home, I'm know He said "Well done, son". May you watch us until we meet again. Love you forever, Tammy
 

 
Tammy Sreniawsk posted on 11/6/15
My dad was a kind, gentle and thoughtful father. He taught us kindness, patience and resilience. When God greeted him to his heavenly home, I'm know He said "Well done, son". May you watch us until we meet again. Love you forever, Tammy
 

Nancy Ashbaugh posted on 11/5/15
Harold was my supervisor in Plant 20. He was a very nice man and well liked by all. My sympathy to his family.
 

Gary & Judy Cook posted on 10/29/15
John, Patty & Jerry may you and your families find comfort from the Lord, from family, friends and from the knowledge that your mom is with Jesus. It was a joy to have met your mom and spent a little time visiting with her. We are praying for you all at this most challenging time. May you be surrounded by God's peace and comfort. Love and blessings Gary & Judy
 

Liz McClure posted on 10/29/15
My Nana was the most amazing person I have EVER known and I can't express how much I miss her. She was the most down to earth, loving, understanding woman I have ever met and there will never be another one like her. I know God broke the mold when he made my grandmother. The only thing that help's a little with this loss is knowing that I will always carry a part of her with me forever, she raised me and made me the woman I am today and I will FOREVER be grateful to her for giving me that and the wonderful life I had, Nana, I will be forever thinking of you, forever loving you, and forever missing you! Thank you for being in my life!
 

Ginger Robinson posted on 10/28/15
May God Almighty of Tender Mercies Comfort the Day family (2 Cor.1:3,4). When the Last Enemy strikes grief maybe great And make the Heart yearn for Comfort, God Almighty Of Tender Mercies gives HOPE And PROMISE, All those in the Memorial Tombs will hear His voice And COME OUT, He will wipe OUT Every tear from their Eyes And Death will be NO MORE, God Almighty of Tender Mercies HOPE And PROMISE IS SOON TO BE ATTAIN. May these Thoughts be of some Comfort.
 

Darla kinser posted on 10/28/15
We are so sorry for your loss, but know that heaven gained a beautiful soul. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Kendel and Jenny posted on 10/28/15
Just picturing that bright loving smile on the golden streets that you have helps this day be a little brighter. We love you!
 

Mike yust posted on 10/28/15
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all at such a difficult time !
 

Bill Krieger posted on 10/27/15
Corinne Miller was one of the finest people I ever had the pleasure of knowing. From the time I was a very young boy, she and her husband Phil took me under their wings as if I was their own son. I have never met, nor will I ever meet, another person as loving, as kind, as helpful, as thoughtful, as special in so many ways as Corinne. God rest her soul.
 

Julie Crull posted on 10/27/15
My heart goes out to all of you at this difficult time. Sending prayers that God will give you strength and peace knowing she is in a better place and together again with your dad.
 

David Gamble posted on 10/27/15
So sorry to hear of Corinne's passing. She and Phil were such a part of my early life at the old Evangelical United Brethren Church at the corner of 9th and Madison. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ken and the entire family.
 

Wanetta and Phillip Tiller posted on 10/25/15
WITH OUR PRAYERS AND DEEPEST SYMPATHY. WE LOVED CORRINE AND PHILLIP AND WILL NEVER FORGET THEIR LOVE AND KINDNESS THEY ALWAYS SHOWED TOWARD US. WE LOVE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY KENNY. LETS STAY IN TOUCH. WANETTA AND PHILLIP
 

Nancy Harvey posted on 10/23/15
Dear Arnola and Family, I am sorry to hear of Harold's passing. He had such a long life with the people who loved him. 9 grandchildren!!! You both were so special to mom and dad. Thinking of you, Sincerely, Nancy Harvey
 

Joanna Wood posted on 10/23/15
I am so sorry for your loss and particularly sorry for the digital mistake in Arnola's name. I love her so as well and will miss Harold as much.
 

Joanna and Paul Wood posted on 10/23/15
One of our first memories of Harold was when we arrived at our new home next door, and there he was mowing our lawn with a big smile. I hopped out of my car with my own big, very surprised smile and went over to him and ask what he was doing. And told him that he (and his good friend Red) were too sweet. It was just the start of a great relationship with the best neighbors we could even have. We will miss Harold very much. There are no words to express our sincere sympathy to Arnold and family. Love to you all.
 

Karen Brewer posted on 10/23/15
Greg and family, sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you at this time. Karen and Larry Brewer Wabash, Indiana
 

Janice Williams Karsenty posted on 10/22/15
Dear Connie & Ted, I see that it has been almost a year since you lost your father. I am terribly sorry. Connie, I'll never forget those weekends visiting your parents' home in Anderson when we were at university together. Especially your mum's butterscotch pies and the way your dad made us laugh all the time with his stories and jokes. He was a cool guy. I know you miss him tremendously. Deepest sympathies to you and yours. Love, Janice-Marie Williams Karsenty
 

Debbie Bennett posted on 10/22/15
I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Noland was such a nice man. We got to know him when he was a patient at the hospital. The family are in my thoughts and will be incorporated in my prayers.
 

Mitzi Brannum posted on 10/22/15
Thinking of you and your family with deepest sympathy
 

Jo Ellen Scott posted on 10/22/15
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you
 

ronda free posted on 10/21/15
vera was a good friend to everyone she knew she will be miss by many of her friends and family love to all her family I will miss her a lot thinking of you vera love ronda and harry free
 

Owen & Shelia Dean posted on 10/17/15
We send our sympathy and love for the loss of your mother, grandmother, and my aunt. She was a wonderful and talented woman that we all loved. I will always remember her humor and kindness to all, her softspoken ways. Blessings to you all. We will miss her very much. Love, Shelia and Owen Dean
 

Chris Calabria posted on 10/16/15
Jim and Family, So sorry to read of a loved one passing. I pray God comfort and Bless your Family during this sad time.
 

Allison Hill posted on 10/14/15
We'll miss you grandpa! Bjs greatest memory with you was growing up on the farm and riding the tractor with you and teaching him how to chew. He always loved sitting around listening to all the stories and jokes you had to tell. I'll never forget when we went down to your camp site on the Ohio River for Fourth of July. You and I sat in the golf cart watching fireworks & drinking beers. I never got to do that with my grandpa so I'm glad to have had you to enjoy a memory with! We'll forever miss you & we love you always! Bj & Allison....
 

 
Michelle neblett posted on 10/13/15
Dad you are my best friend!! I live every day to be like you. Though we are not perfect - friend reminded me yesterday that with prayer the bad is wiped away & a new slate is given. We filled it with love, laughter, awesome memories to last forever! I don't know how you were such a strong, courageous and enduring husband and father. You showed your love in your actions instead of words. Afterall aren't they louder anyway! You taught me everything except how to live without you. It's your turn to be taken care of now. Find comfort and peace in Gods arms without any pain or sorrows. I love you so much. I will have a life long sorrow without you by my side.
 

 
Morgan posted on 10/13/15
I remember riding my bike to mow his grass. We would sit on the front porch for hours. We would talk but usually it was more about enjoying the weather and just being in each others company. He would buy me ice cream and have it waiting for me after mowing. I loved him so so much!
 

 
Alex Neblett posted on 10/13/15
I love you for always in this life and after. You taught me so many thing over the years. Like how to hurt your fingers on my head and the chocolate milk comes from brown cows haha. Your memory will never go away and will be passed on down the generation. I'm sad you have passed but I'm really happy that you are up there fishing and watching over us. Love you
 

 
Michelle Neblett posted on 10/13/15
He taught me to be the strong, compassionate person I am today. He always told me don't start anything I wasn't going to give a 110% and finish. To go as high for my dreams never ever giving up!!
 

Brenda Catron posted on 10/12/15
Julie, Jim and Jackie, I am very sorry for your loss. I remember meeting Jerri when we went over to see your Dad when we were in Anderson several years ago. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Brenda
 

Carolyn Sefcik Klein posted on 10/12/15
I worked at American in the mid-50's & Bud & Jerry graciously took me into their home while I lived in Anderson. I was young & a long way from home. My sincere & heartfelt sympathy to all of you. She was a wonderful lady.
 

Barbara Cole Burke posted on 10/11/15
Jerry and I worked at Playground Device Co. in the 1950s and became great friends we have kept in touch througout the years. My sincere condolences to her husband and children and family.
 

Moniqué Isaacs Conner posted on 10/10/15
We loved going over to visit "Bud and Jerry". My dad Mike was Bud's oldest son. We loved their long fireplace back in the 60's and 70's. I remember her always having baked something special for us when we came. Many years later she made her way to my grandpa Fraser's funeral and waited outside the chapel. When dad came out and saw her he cried. He loved her. She sent him cards during his fight with cancer that he would read over and over and show to family and friends. God bless all that loved her. May he be your comfort.
 

SANDY & JIM VAUGHN posted on 10/10/15
Jim, our sincere condolences on your loss.
 

Annetta Terrell posted on 10/8/15
Virginia (better known as Smittie) was my very best friend. We met at a church service 39 years ago. I was there with my parents on Mothers Day. They were passing out handkerchiefs to all the mothers. When I noticed the lady (Smittie) on the front row did not get one I asked my mother why. She said, "Honey she is not a mother." That really bothered me so I purchased the prettiest handkerchief I could find and took it to her the next service. That was the beginning of our wonderful friendship. We enjoyed going to Ponderosa for lunch. Smittie could sure put away those chicken wings. We would go to Hartford City to shop at Alco. She loved that store. She took care of me and my boys when I went through the worst two years of my life with an awful illness. My husband was gone a lot as a truck driver, but I knew Smittie was near.She was a wonderful Christian example to all who knew her. I am so sad no one knew to notify me of her death and last services. I shall always remember my last visit with her a few weeks ago. I shall remember her last phone call to me on September 17th, 2015. She said Netta I just want you to know I love you and remember all the good times we had and how God brought us together. She must have known her time was short. It is hard to imagine never talking to her or seeing her again until we meet in Heaven.
 

 
Marshall Jenkins posted on 10/8/15
I have many memories of Myrtle as a loving Aunt.
 

Noel Norton Heymann posted on 10/5/15
Camille, Gregg, & Carol, Oh how the Nortons will miss Joan. She was so loved by our mother and grandmother and was such a presence in our own lives. She has been there to support all of us on every benchmark occasion. The Kincaids were and are very special to us. We share your sadness, dear cousins. With love from the Nortons, Noel, Nicki, Tom, Nancy, & Tim
 

Ann Smart posted on 10/5/15
I'm sorry for your loss. I remember lots of good times with your mother when we were growing up. Family Camp, church events, etc. Ann Dillie Smart
 

Jonathan Richardson posted on 10/5/15
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one. "Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow."
 

Dan Beaman posted on 10/5/15
Gregg, sorry for your loss. My condolence to you and your entire family. Dan Beaman
 

Julie Farmer Roudebush posted on 10/3/15
This sweet lady was my 3rd grade teacher years ago at North Anderson Elementary school. She was a great inspiration in my life She gave me a love for education and inspired me to always do my best. She will be missed. Love and prayers go out to her family at this sad time. Heaven has gained an angel.
 

 
Ashley Wallace posted on 10/2/15
Melva was a wonderful lady inside and out! I enjoyed the time I had with her! She will be missed! prayers go out to the Hovermale Family
 

Brenda Hardacre posted on 9/30/15
I am so sorry that I will not be able to pay my respects to your mom on Saturday. .l will be on my way to The Villages in Florida. I bought a home there this past March. Your mom was a very special lady! I will always remember how welcoming both your dad and mom were to John and me. I felt as though they opened their arms to us both. I shall always remember them with much love and affection.
 

Kira (Jenkins) Dishman posted on 9/29/15
Corval, Dan and Family, I was shocked and saddened to hear of Shirley's passing. I have so many found memories of Shirley from being in youth group and from attending Meadowbrook Baptist. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers in the upcoming weeks.
 

Fred Robbins posted on 9/28/15
Corval, I was saddened to hear of Shirley's passing. I have gotten to know you two better over the past few years at the AHS lunches. You and yours are in my thoughts and prayers. My God bless and comfort you all.
 

joyce hobbs pittsford posted on 9/27/15
Betty, we are so sorry to learn of your brother's passing. He and Lewis have always been good to my husband J.R. and you were a great help to my mom (Rosemary Hobbs). We are praying for your family. May you find comfort in his many friends. Love and Prayers, Joyce Hobbs Pittsford
 

Cora Berlinger posted on 9/27/15
Corval, I am so sorry to learn of Shirley's passing. My heart goes out to you and your family. You and Shirley have always been very special to me; we go back a long way. May God be with you at this difficult time.
 

Rex Boys posted on 9/27/15
Corval, I'm terribly sorry to hear of Shirley' passing. I know the grief can be a strain. May you and your family come through this stronger than before. REX
 

 
Dotty Costello posted on 9/26/15
Sorry for your loss. Prayers and condolences to you and your family
 

melinda bliss posted on 9/25/15
sorry for your loss sis(betty),you are in my prayers
 

 
Chris Gardner posted on 9/24/15
Always a pleasure to see Dave! I met him back in the 90's when he drove for Midland Towing. Dad and I had Lannie's towing in Pendleton at that time. In the last 15 years I've seen Dave at our scrap yard in Pendleton with Lewis. Thanks for your business at Gardner Wrecking and Recycling. Lannie Lee Danny and Chris
 

April Mullanix posted on 9/24/15
Uncle Dave will be missed dearly by the Dietz-Godby family. He was to young to leave us all. I will never forget his smile and laugh that he always had. There was never a time that he would drop what he was doing to help his family. Big money you will be missed by my Dad dearly. Prayers to his family and our family in this difficult time in our life.
 

Chris Calabria posted on 9/24/15
To The Family of Dave Hiday, So sorry to hear of Dave's untimely passing. I pray the LORD has welcomed him home by now. May He also grant his Family comfort during this sad time. ~Rest in Peace old faithful servant~
 

 
Carmen Pumphrey posted on 9/24/15
I never stop caring
 

Carmen Pumphrey posted on 9/24/15
It's hard to believe you are gone. My heart is full of grief and pain. Just know I always cared. My you rest in peace.......
 

 
Marilynn Collier posted on 9/23/15
To Kim Johnson and family. To be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord. Praying with you and your family as your Uncle takes his rest and goes on home.....to rest in the arms of the Lord.
 

 
Kim Johnson posted on 9/23/15
Hey Uncle, missing you more as each day goes by. Rest easy.
 

 
Bob Thompson posted on 9/23/15
Prayers go out to the family.So sorry for your loss.
 

Ann Smith posted on 9/23/15
Dear Suzanne and Nate, Sending sincere sympathy on your loss. Remember you both fondly--Ann Smith
 

Jeanette Pellman posted on 9/22/15
Dallas, Barb, and family, I am sorry about your loss, and I know you will miss Mr. Hopkins, but I rejoice with you in the knowledge you have about his relationship with the Savior. His testimony given in the obituary is a blessing. I am praying for your comfort at this time.
 

Dean & Teresa Bowser posted on 9/22/15
What a blessing and privilege to have known Bill Hopkins! His love for the Lord, his family, and others were always so evident. The joy of the Lord could be seen in his countenance. He blessed every life he touched. We love his family and are praying for you as you go through the days and weeks ahead sorrowing but rejoicing in hope. ~Dean & Teresa
 

Harriet Jordan posted on 9/22/15
Janice and Brenda, May the Lord Wrap You in His Gentle Embrace during this difficult time. Your mother was a wonderful lady. She was kind and always smiling. Everybody loved her so much. Her death has brought sorrow to a lot of lives whom she had touched. She will be missed by everyone. Remember, when the Lord called your mom home, He left you with precious memories. You're in our thoughts and prayers. Harriet Jordan and Delores Pride
 

Richard & Robin Fulkrod posted on 9/21/15
Odetta Always had a welcoming smile and hug! She will be missed. Our prayers to all the family.
 

 
Rozanne and Brenda posted on 9/21/15
We remember our friend as a person with a big heart and a gentle spirit.
 

Sherie McClure posted on 9/20/15
Thanks for the cookies!
 

Sherie McClure posted on 9/20/15
I work at Applewood Payless where Bob and his late wife shopped. I always looked forward to seeing them. They were a very nice couple. He was never quite the same after loosing his wife. Now they can be together and be happy again. I am so glad I had a chance for them to walk into my line and into my heart. My condolences to the family.
 

Dan, Debbie's and Madalyne Church posted on 9/18/15
To the family of Harvey Luttrell, We will always cherish the fond memories of our neighbor and friend, Harvey, and his wife, Virgininia. Dan, Debbie, Madalyne Church
 

Don and Glenda Housholder posted on 9/18/15
Dave, Jeff, and Luttrull family, We are so thankful at this time that you can celebrate the fact that your beloved father is now with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in Heaven forever! This is the one heritage that we all need to leave for our family, and we praise God with you that Harvey did so. You will see him and your mom and be able to enjoy them again.
 

Ruby (RC) Hancock/Alsman posted on 9/17/15
Dear Cousins: Talked to Ernie tonight; told me the sad news about Uncle Art. So sorry to hear. In fact, I was thinking of Uncle Art just last week wondering if he was still here and where would he be? True Story! I remember when we were kids how he would go fishing and bring all of us kids each a Blow Fish. I was always so fascinated when he would blow into their mouth and they would blow up just like a balloon. Hey, this may be funny to some people, but it was so special to us that he would think all of us kids. (There were a lot of us kids) Then, when we would call him Uncle Art-Fart he would chase us until he caught us and then he would just hug us; he was the best Uncle a girl could ever have. Oh, I also remember the huge rainbow suckers him and Aunt Jo would bring each of us. God, they were so good back then, yuck to them now. :o) I remember the trips you all made coming down to Paxton in that ELCamino and when you came for my graduation. Remember when I came up to Anderson, your dad had that gas station/body shop place and we would mind the candy in the store for him; well, maybe eat the candy in the store. Ha! Remember that dirty monkey you guys had? (Oh was he evil, dirty, messy.) I have So many wonderful fond memories and without Uncle Art, there would have been so many "LESS" memories. Love to all of you Always! Your cousin, RC (Ruby) Hancock/Alsman Uncle Art, You were a wonderful Uncle as well as a wonderful person. I will miss your smile and mischievous eyes and all the love/hugs/fun you gave to me and my siblings.
 

Deborah McManus posted on 9/17/15
I am sorry for your loss and pray that God will comfort you in the days to come.
 

Sharon S. Bube posted on 9/17/15
Theresa and family, My deepest sympathy for the loss of your Dad. Just cherish the memories. My Dad passed away several years ago and I cherish the wonderful memories of the times I had with him. May God grant you all peace. Love & prayers, Mike & Sharon Bube Stephanie, Sarah, Sherry, Jeanette, Jennifer, Jamie
 

Mary Beth posted on 9/17/15
Dear sweet Linda, Please know that Gary and I are lifting you and your family in prayer during this very difficult time. Love, Mary Beth
 

 
Mary Beth posted on 9/17/15
Dear Linda, Please know that Gary and I are lifting you and your family in prayer during this very difficult time. Love, Mary Beth
 

Alan Leinbach posted on 9/17/15
David and Cindy and the extended Luttrull family - our prayers are with you as you walk through this time of sadness and yet joy because Harvey is with his Savior. May the living Christ uniquely provide His peace and comfort as you celebrate your father's memory and legacy of faith, love, care and ministry. Blessings in the midst Al Leinbach HCS Alumni Relations
 

Fred Robbins posted on 9/17/15
Bill, along with the rest of the Gwaltneys, is one of the first people outside my family I can remember. They lived the second door North down the street. He was one of the "big kids" that are still so vivid in my mind. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. I wish that I had known that he was in the Military, since I am an Army retiree myself. It would been great for the Meadowbrook Mafia meetings God bless and keep you all !
 

Juan & Maria Gonzalez posted on 9/17/15
Please accept our condolences. Your family is in our prayers. God bless you all and may he rest in peace.
 

Nasser Akari posted on 9/17/15
Paul and the Gwaltney family, I am very sorry to hear about your loss and would like to offer my deepest sympathy and sincere condolences Nasser Akari Washington Gas
 

Julie Mund posted on 9/17/15
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. The Hawkins children remember Uncle Bill as the "nice uncle" who always had a camera around his neck. He will be missed. He was a very loving man, exemplified in his wonderful children. Wish I could be there to see you all.
 

John Crites posted on 9/17/15
May he rest in peace.
 

Nancy Crist posted on 9/16/15
Patsy was such a beloved resident of Harter House. She added joy to the lives of others with her wonderful costumes for the theme lunches, her creativity in craft class - always putting her own twist on the craft, and joyfully showing off her collection of unique socks. She was a lovely lady who I will miss very much. Hugs and prayers to her family. It was obvious how much she loved you all. Sincerely, Nancy Crist (Craft Teacher at Harter House)
 

Ron and Jane Nichols posted on 9/16/15
David and Jeff, Ron and I are so sorry for your loss. We are out of town and won't be able to attend the visitation or the funeral. Please know that the realization that you will see him again will eventually be a comfort. The sting hurts for a while and subsides little by little. I could say all the cliches, unfortunately nothing heals but time. We will be praying for you and your families. Ron & Jane Nichols
 

 
Candy Chambers posted on 9/16/15
So sorry for your loss.
 

Norma Jean posted on 9/15/15
To The Family & Friends of Marilyn: Though we grieve the death of a loved one, the life we shared with them lives on in our memories. I hope you find comfort there and in the many assurances in God's Word that we are loved and remembered by him.
 

Julie Crull posted on 9/15/15
Theresa, My heart goes out to you as this year has sure been a tough one for you and your family. I remember fondly many nights of family gatherings at either our house or your house. Your mom and dad was so much fun. The bicycle built for two was always a hit. :-) May God give you strength and help you get through these next difficult months. God Bless You Julie Crull
 

 
Angel Smith posted on 9/15/15
Thanks for all the memories. I'm pretty sure I could put a million in here. And those memories do help to ease the pain of you leaving this world. You did it. You solved the great mystery of what is next. I do not think of this as the end but a new start for you. You are truly a role model. You taught me how to be strong through the strength you've shown over the years. You taught me unconditional love by showing me that love. I've messed up a lot in life. This life is not what I have planned, but that's ok. You showed me that's ok, to pick yourself up and go on. You always supported me, you always accepted me, even at the times when I couldn't accept myself. You, along with my parents shaped me into this weird cooky person I am today. I You made me believe I could do anything. I can do anything as long as I'm as strong as my Aunt Mo. I hope that one day I can be half the person you are. I hope I can be half the mother you are. I hope I can be that fun aunt like you are. And one day, hopefully for not a good few more years, I hope I can be half the grandmother that you are. I love you. Rest well. Sing songs. Be silly. Dance. Haunt some k-marts. Be at peace. You are missed. You will be missed.
 

Debbie Gibson posted on 9/15/15
Teresa I remember fondly my summers with the Bahler family. What a ride! I also got to go to several colts outings with your parents. Never a dull moment! God bless all of you
 

Dr and Mrs Eric Vonderohe posted on 9/15/15
Dear Theresa and family, even though I am the youngest of the Bahler's I still remember going to Mimie and Grandpa's on Sunday's . I am so so sorry of your losses so close together. You are in my heart and prayers. Eric and I will not be able to stay the entire service but we will stay as long as we can. God Bless and all our Love, Barb Bahler-Vonderohe and Eric Vonderohe.
 

 
Kim Shuck Komosinskii posted on 9/14/15
With deepest sympathy
 

Chris and John Hollingsworth and girls posted on 9/14/15
We are so sorry for your loss... Keeping you in our prayers.
 

Jeff and Cindy Currey posted on 9/14/15
I am so sorry for your loss. I know you are such a close family and she will be missed by all of you. Sending lots of love.
 

Terri (Crull) Schleuder posted on 9/14/15
Theresa, I'm so sorry to hear about Bob's passing (so soon after Ruth's in March). I have many wonderful memories of your family and mine when we were growing up in Anderson. Your mom and dad were such good friends to mine. I remember vacations at Lake Barbee, picnics, sleepovers, and cookouts, Euchre games for the adults while we kids watched TV and played. I think your folks even helped mine wall paper the kitchen at our house in Greenbriar. God Bless you and your family at the difficult time. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Terri (Crull )Schleuder and family
 

 
Marcia Farr posted on 9/14/15
I always loved seeing Betty at the grandkids sporting events. I also looked forward to Grandparents' Day at school. I knew she would be there proud as a peacock! She was such a sweet lady who will be missed forever. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

jeane hawhee tomey posted on 9/12/15
So sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She was a wonderful person. We had so much fun when we worked together. I didn't know Kathy had passed either. So sorry. I live in Branson MO now so I won't be able to pay my respects. I loved your mom. You are in my prayers.
 

Sherry Bonge posted on 9/12/15
Thank you Summer for being you. Thank you for letting me to know you. You will always be a ray of sunshine in everyone's heart. You will be missed.
 

Sherry Bonge posted on 9/12/15
Summer you are and for ever be a ray of sunshine to so many people. You will never be forgotten. You had made a big impression on so many lives. You are sadly missed. Thank you for letting me know the beautiful you.
 

Nikki Tucker posted on 9/12/15
Dawn and Ed and children, i am so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom and Grandmother. I always enjoyed seeing Betty when she would come in to get her hair done. She was so much fun. This has come so close to your loss of Ed's mom so you havent even had time to grieve her loss before this one. Please know my thoughts are with you all.
 

 
Katlyn Dunn posted on 9/11/15
Summer you will never be forgotten Rest In Paradise! Its hard to think your gone but forever in our heart!
 

Nikki Dunn posted on 9/11/15
I miss you so much already :( I remember riding four wheelers together we had so much fun. I love you Summer Skye! <3
 

Mercedes McCord posted on 9/11/15
Miss You Summer. I remeber one time i was at the skating rink and you came up to me ramdomly and started talking to me. You made me feel alot better about my life. I really miss you! Fly high bby girl.
 

 
The Hall Family posted on 9/11/15
From our family to yours you are all in our prayers during this hard time. May the Lord give you strength and comfort.
 

lauren williams posted on 9/10/15
we had so many memories together all the way back from &nth grade you were such a bright shining beautiful person i love and miss you so much summer <3 may you forever rest in heaven.
 

 
Joshua Jones posted on 9/10/15
i will miss you summer
 

Melinda Goff Anderson posted on 9/9/15
Sending prayers to all of you. So sorry for the loss of your mother.
 

Richard & Robin Fulkrod posted on 9/9/15
We are covering you all in prayer. What a wonderful legacy of Faith she has left! We are honored to have known Darlene~
 

Nola posted on 9/7/15
Irene & Norm, Sorry to hear about your sister. My thoughts are with you. Nola (Haygood) Martin Noah's dt.
 

Nola posted on 9/7/15
Bob, Lynn & Kelli, Sorry to hear about your dad and grandpa. My thoughts are with you. Nola
 

Jackie Jenkins Phillips posted on 9/6/15
Pat, I am so sorry for your loss Dale was a great man took great care of his family and friends he will be missed so very much. Please let the kids know that they are in my thoughts and prayers as this trying time moves through there lives.. Be strong and talk about him often dont let the babies forget him as I know you will not. BE Dale Strong Loving you all.... Im in hospital or i would of been there for u as you have been for me much love
 

Barbara & Forrest Higginbotham posted on 9/5/15
We traveled a long journey as best friend and big families. All the joys and tears . MountaIns and valleys Blessing after blessings. You will be missed my dear friend Barb.
 

Sue Moreland posted on 9/5/15
Garland was the best father in law a girl could have! He was so fond of his grandchildren, and great grandchildren. He was always there to lend a helping hand when needed. I have several fond memories over the years, spent several Saturday afternoons playing cards with him and his brother Mitchell. Working in the garden, stringing beans to can, holidays and birthdays etc. Over the years he visited our business and home many times and I his. The world has lost a truely great man, he will be missed by many.
 

John Worthington II posted on 9/4/15
My prayers and condolences to the Scott family. Though take solace in knowing that the last few years have not been easy for Garland, but know his pain and suffering is no more. He'll sadly be missed.
 

Charity Elsten posted on 9/4/15
Karen, Please know that I have been and will continue to think about and pray for you and your family. I'm sorry I can't be there for you Saturday because we'll be out of town. Sending you big hugs! I know what an important role he played in your life. Just remember everything he taught you and cherish all the memories!!! XOXOX
 

Eddie Norris posted on 9/3/15
To Julie and all of Dales family. He was a special man who will be greatly missed. I am proud to have known him and called him a friend. You all are in my heart and prayers. Eddie Norris
 

steve scott posted on 9/3/15
dad you left some big shoes to fill ill try my best love steve ps save a seat for me
 

Wayne Huffman posted on 9/2/15
My prayers are with Garlands family. The world has lost a truly great man. Not only was he a mentor to me, he was a friend. He will be greatly missed.
 

Bob Scott posted on 9/2/15
Dad was a wonderful Father and will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace. Bob
 

Sharlet posted on 9/2/15
Devin, I'm so sorry. I know he meant so much to you ... and you to him. My condolences to you and Laura Sue. I know he was a very special person to both of you.. Sharlet
 

TEDDY PANCOL BOHNENKAMP posted on 9/1/15
Dolly taught me how to use a utility billing machine my first summer working at Anderson City Utility Office during my college years at IU. Then in later years I moved Dolly into Redbud Estates. My condolences to the family. I well remember Dolly as a hard worker and most especially as a devoted mother to her son Jerry. May she rest in peace with them. Lovingly, Teddy
 

City of Anderson Transit System posted on 9/1/15
Dolly, Thank you for your service at the City of Anderson Transit System, CATS. Prayers from our staff are being sent to your family. CATS Staff
 

Mary Davis Coy posted on 8/30/15
Memorys of Dolly. She was the most amazing lady and the Best Aunt ever. She always had love and advice and a shoulder to cry on. She could take charge of a situation in a heart beat. She was funny and could make anyone laugh. When I was little I remember her shoes and purses. The bright gold shiny ones. Also have her ear rings on no matter what. She was a amazing mother and wife. Her one little funny joke to all the kids was and I Quote "Pull my Funger" and we all know what would happen then. Going to miss her so much. May you rest in piece Dolly and watch over us all and still guide us in the right direction.love you always
 

Ana posted on 8/30/15
We all need comfort in the face of death. One sure source of comfort can be found in John 5:28,29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice”. Reading such accounts, meditating on them, and visualizing the events can make the resurrection hope more real to you. For example; the resurrection of Lazarus and eight others, they actually happened. How clear it is that Jehovah God (Psalms 83:18) is able to defeat our enemy death! Just imagine the day when that joy is multiplied thousands of times over in the general resurrection of the dead! The joy in heaven will also be great as Jehovah delights in directing his Son (Jesus) to carry out resurrections on a global scale here on earth. How wonderful it is to know that Jehovah can and will restore the dead to life! For more information on this topic or others, please see www.jw.org
 

jim lennen posted on 8/27/15
my deepest sympathy & condolences to the hubble family.she was my neighbor in the 60's & 70's.i remember her family & their pet raccoon.she will be sorely missed as a neighbor & friend.
 

Theresa Cable posted on 8/25/15
Kathie and Lexi, I can't find the words to express how very touched I feel that I had received a rich blessing when you became our first and friends. Marvin and Joe immediately found a common thread of the Love of a Savior in their days together as we shared in your sorrows and joys. The remembrance of Lexi being born and the way you were so concerned about her forehead...Kathie she has certainly become a beautiful young lady. Her Papa taught her what God wanted her to know about men. And you taught me what real and lasting friendship is. Thank you Kathie for being as close as a sister and as warm as the heart of God. Joe will be remembered for his rich voice and loving spirit and sharing Christ. Thank you for your love, I am praying hard and will not forget the importance of listening to the Holy Spirit. I am so thankful that I talked with you on Monday evening and that we had a chance to share and pray for each other. I love you, Joe, Kathie and Lexi. Theresa
 

Stan and Teresa Lay posted on 8/24/15
Kathie, we are so sorry for your loss. We had just seen you two and talked awhile perhaps that same day. Unfortunately, we just saw the obituary; we certainly would have come to the visitation. You and your family are in our prayers. Peace be to you in Jesus name.
 

Pat Armstrong posted on 8/23/15
Ian, Lou Ann and Family.......it is with great sadness that I read of your Grandmothers death! Please know that you are in my thoughts at this difficult time.
 

Beverly & Tom Beeman posted on 8/23/15
To the Swaw family: We are so sorry for your loss and please remember you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love & Prayers, Tom & Bev. Beeman
 

Trudy kwslik posted on 8/23/15
I feel your pain Kathy as we are still going through this journey even when we know they are in a better place the loneliness of never seeing them on earth again is overwhelming I know judi and Joe must have some music going on up there ! Love you and sending prayers to you and your family!...
 

 
Jerry D. posted on 8/23/15
Lois and my mother were best of friends while working at D-R. She was always nice to me too.
 

Rachel Brown posted on 8/23/15
Prayers.
 

 
Denise Huntley posted on 8/22/15
May you rest in peace,and your family forever be surrounded by your love from above forevermore. ..
 

Kimberly benge posted on 8/22/15
My heart goes out to the Holland family in their time of grief. Chris wife Jane was my boss, and she would always tell me good stories about her husband so much its as if I kinda knew him. You guys have such a strong and loving family. May he rest in peace with the lord almighty.
 

Sherri and Dale Smith posted on 8/22/15
Joe was such an amazing man that words cannot begin to explain the loss. Our comfort comes from knowing that as a Godly man he is now in Heaven and we will reunite with him again. Our thought and Prayers are for Kathie and all of the children. We love you all so very much.
 

Lizz posted on 8/22/15
"Mamaw" refused to let me call her anything else. Although I'm a friend of the family, she wrapped her arms around me as one of her own. Lois was the only grandparent I had left, and she will be greatly missed!
 

Town and Country Auction Gallery posted on 8/22/15
We have been blessed by knowing Chris for the past 9 years. We have had the pleasure of having him attend many of our auctions along with battling him on storage lockers. He will definitely be missed by many. Our condolences go to his entire family.
 

Carey Brown posted on 8/22/15
I'll never forget Mamaw's laugh and her sweet smile. She always treated us like family and was such a sweetheart. I still remember the trip to the Biltmore like it was yesterday and how enthralled she was with the garden. Even now I can still see her smiling at Christmas time, holding Baxter and Bailey and petting them.
 

Joan Smith-Stevens posted on 8/21/15
I am Rickys first cousin we were together a lot growing up not so much as adults but my memories are playing army and cowboys and Indians our family was very close in Anderson and Tennessee, the last time I saw Ricky and Tammy was at June bug boggie it was a good time he loved Harleys and his family. I called him during the holidays he was talking about retiring,i will miss him.
 

Bruce & Zada Barnett posted on 8/21/15
Albert was one of my classmates and probably have not seen him since we graduated, but so sorry for your loss. Will be remembering the family in prayer.
 

Mike Konkle posted on 8/21/15
Kathie and kids, I am so sorry for your loss. I have some great memories of Joe from High School and then when we reacquainted at church. Joe was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed.
 

Michael Smith posted on 8/21/15
Rick was my first cousin, Uncle Boyd and my mother Earlene were brother and sister. I saw him the last time in Ohio at mom's funeral. He was always kind and hard working. Since I have lived in Arizona for the past several years I have not seen him that often, but remember us driving over to Anderson from Dayton as a kid to visit. I will miss him...
 

Larry Goins posted on 8/20/15
I feel that I have lost a great friend. I always enjoyed talking with him. I never dreamed when he came up to the organ to talk to me last Sunday morning after the morning service that this would be my last conversation with him on this earth. I will certainly miss his musical abilities, both singing and playing. He was such an encourager. I will miss him greatly.
 

Kirk and Sarah Ashburn posted on 8/20/15
We we're thankful to call Joe our friend. His love for Jesus shined! He was such a kind and loving man! Our hearts are breaking for all of you. However, there is comfort in knowing he is singing with Jesus! Continued love and prayers always.
 

Josh Swan posted on 8/20/15
DAD, you are the BEST EXAMPLE i could have ever had. I hope one day i will be half the man you were. I love you and miss you.
 

Ainsley Jo Phillips posted on 8/20/15
I'll always remember Albert as somebody whose dry wit and tall tales cracked me up -- as well as being a very helpful person on countless occasions. For some reason, every time I heard the Daryle Singletary song (I Ain't Never Had) Too Much Fun, I could picture Albert singing it (not because I'd actually heard him singing it but, instead, because I just thought he could do it well). https://youtu.be/JJcw4yoIseo Sending prayers and love to his family...
 

Teresa Petty posted on 8/20/15
So sorry for your loss! His love for God and his family was effident. His love for music and singing with the choir! My prayers are with your family. Teresa Petty
 

 
Ainsley Jo Phillips posted on 8/20/15
All of you are in my prayers and love, as I know it hasn't been an easy year for you...
 

patty rousey posted on 8/20/15
He was a wonderful person to know.I will miss hearing him sing. His family is truely blessed to have had him.
 

 
Linda Harshman posted on 8/20/15
One of the best examples of a Husband, Father , Grandfather , Friend& Servent of God that I ever had the pleasure to know .
 

Tom & Teresa Miller posted on 8/20/15
So sorry for your loss. We love you all and praying for you.
 

Angi Swan posted on 8/20/15
Kathie and All, So very, very sorry for your loss. Much love to all. Angi
 

Gordon & Sue Skeoch posted on 8/20/15
We send our prayers and sympathy to all of Larry's family. It has been such a long time since we have seen Larry but through Linda we have kept up with all his health issues over the past few years. Sue (Larry & Linda's cousin) grew up together and spent lots of time on the farm with them. Our moms were sisters......Margaret was my mom. Our wish for Larry is he is now at peace and with all his family who has passed before him. Gordon & Sue (Ackerman) Skeoch
 

Ruth Ann (Cooley) Summers posted on 8/19/15
With sincere sympathy for all Keith's family from all our family who remembered him from our hometown of Vernon. We were privileged to see him 2-3 years ago when Delilah brought him to visit with us at our annual Binnion reunion. What a pleasure it was to see & visit with him after so many years. May God give comfort & peace to all his family. "The Cooley Family" (Ruth Ann Summers, Jewell Eyring, Jim Cooley & Marilyn Bender & he Binnion Family"
 

Sherele Osborn Walters posted on 8/19/15
Betty has always played an important part of my life and I will always remember her with love.I will very much miss our long weekly talks.My love and sympathy to all the boys.
 

Pam Eldon Ripberger posted on 8/18/15
It is with my deepest sadness to hear about Grandma Keller's passing. It was a privilege to be touched and blessed by such a wonderful person. She brought great love and care to all of our family. She will truly be missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. The Ripberger Family.
 

 
Michelle Moore posted on 8/18/15
Betty was my cousin and my grandpa's niece we will miss her. I hadn't seen her in quite a few years, but know that she was loved and we are praying for all of the kids and family.
 

Jayne Fedor Perkins posted on 8/18/15
So sorry to hear of Betty's passing. We have known you all a long time - since 1957. We enjoyed growing up with all the kids and spending time with Gene and Betty. Our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.
 

 
Bruce and Liz LeMond posted on 8/18/15
We would like to express our sympathy to the family. Betty and her husband Gene were friends of Bruce's parents, and Bruce remembers them from their visit in the late 1950s when he was a little kid. Bruce thinks that they met the Hubble(s) when he and his parents, sister, and brother lived on East 54th Street. Her Husband Gene built the cabinets for Bruce's parents new house on Sheridan street, where the family moved to in June 1959. Bruce just got to talk to Betty on the phone right after the passing of her Son, Rex, and he was glad that he got to talk to her again.
 

 
Joe Betts posted on 8/18/15
"I give you a new commandment: that you should love one another. Just as I have loved you, so you too should love one another. By this shall all (men) know that you are My disciples if you love one another (if you keep on showing love among yourselves)." John 13:34-35. Keith had an abundance of love! He loved his Maker, his family, friends, business associates, and everyone he was about to meet! He enjoyed making others feel good about themselves with a complimentary word or a flirting comment - Keith wanted to put smiles on their faces. His house was always open for any occasion and he enjoyed the social time together. He really loved people! I am so blessed to have had a big brother like Keith to look up to. While he is not physically with us today, his love for each one of us continues to warm our hearts! He will truly be missed! The last thing he said to me on August 1st was "I love you too".
 

Paula Jo posted on 8/18/15
We love ya grandpa ! Kiss grandma and dad for us, we will see you again til then I'll hold you in my heart!!
 

Chris Calabria posted on 8/18/15
Dan and Family, Sorry for your loss of a loved one so close. I pray God Bless and comfort your entire Family during this time of great sadness.
 

Kathy Hastings posted on 8/18/15
May God give peace and comfort to the Hubble family in their time of loss
 

 
Ainsley Jo Phillips posted on 8/13/15
Thinking of you and Scotty and just wanted to light a candle for all of you tonight...<3 ,
 

Dave Toney posted on 8/13/15
Rest Easy Bro
 

 
Tammt Rice /Gary Phillips posted on 8/10/15
We are sorry about your loss. Rest in peace RICKY. If anyone needs anything You have me email address. Again I am sorry and our hearts go out yo you.
 

aunt ronda posted on 8/10/15
Love ya toad
 

David and Paula Steiner posted on 8/7/15
Dear Aunt Faith, Uncle Jim, Deidre and Mercedes, We send our sincere condolences for your loss of a beloved daughter and mother. We were saddened to hear of your sudden loss. We wish could have made it to be with you today. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I reflect especially on how much our mom loved her and the special relationship they had. Paula and David Steiner
 

David and Paula Steiner posted on 8/7/15
Dear Aunt Faith, Uncle Jim, Deidre and Mercedes, We send our sincere condolences for your loss of a beloved daughter and mother. We were saddened to hear of your sudden loss. We wish could have made it to be with you today. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I reflect especially on how much our mom loved her and the special relationship they had. Paula and David Steiner
 

Daniel and Napatsawan Nugent posted on 8/7/15
We are deeply sorry to hear about the passing of Stephanie. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. We pray the love of God enfolds you during your journey through grief. We wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
 

Joyce Elrod posted on 8/6/15
Jim and Faith, I'm so, so sorry to hear of Stephanie's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Joyce
 

Randy Soper Family posted on 8/6/15
We loved our time together with you and Aunt Rosemary over the years at the Burkett Reunion and other family events. Sending love and good thoughts to your family from ours.
 

Susan Olson posted on 8/6/15
I will miss our visits. Last saw him on June 24, 2015 when he dropped by. I will always have fond memories. God is in charge. Susan
 

Sandra (Cook) Bennett posted on 8/6/15
The Betts Family, Thinking of your family and sending prayers for your family and friends during this difficult time. With deepest sympathy.
 

Lori Hensley posted on 8/6/15
I will miss you forever. Until then..
 

Elizabeth Schrenker Canada posted on 8/6/15
I remember the early days of Bett's Engineering. Working with Keith and Marion. Good memories. Keith was a very hard worker. Passionate at everything he did. Sometimes his children and wife working at his side. Sorry for your loss. Healing memories for his children and grandchildren. Liz Schrenker Canada
 

Walt & Marilyn Cole posted on 8/6/15
So very sorry to hear about the passing of Keith. Our prayers & heartfelt condolences go out to all the family members & to his friend and ours, Delila. We really enjoyed our little coffee gatherings.
 

April Atkinson posted on 8/5/15
Justin and family, so sorry to hear about the loss of your grandmother. You are in my thoughts.
 

 
Susan Hardacre posted on 8/5/15
Thank you for the fun memories. Rest in Heaven.
 

Judy Pollock posted on 8/5/15
Jim & Faith So very sorry to hear about Stephanie's passing. May the Lord keep you in his arms. God Bless you both.
 

cathy (arline) hensley posted on 8/5/15
for sympathy for the loss of your husband, dad, etc. Rick was a nice person who will be missed.
 

Fred Zuck posted on 8/5/15
Keith, I thought you would live forever; maybe I just hoped you would. Your "down home" demeanor camouflaged one of the sharpest business minds I have known. It was an honor to have worked with you. You will be missed.
 

 
Darin,Paula,Derek Beckman posted on 8/5/15
My family is so blessed to have known Keith. He had a huge love for his family and friends. I loved listening to my son and Keith laugh. We will truly make miss him a lot..my thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
 

Cathie Dunigan Heazlitt/Rand Heazlitt posted on 8/4/15
Connie - we were very saddened to hear of the loss of your mother. I know you were very close to her. May God's promise of eternal life bring you some comfort during this time of sorrow, and may your warm memories of her bring you joy and help ease your pain over the coming months.
 

Dave & Linda Weatherford posted on 8/4/15
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Buck family in their time of sorrow. Be strong for each other. With our deepest deepest sympathy, Dave & Linda Weatherford
 

Carolyn Shryock posted on 8/3/15
Connie, I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers. I am so glad she went peacefully. She's in her new home now, may she rest in peace!
 

Jennifer Biddle posted on 8/3/15
I will miss having your mother be a part of our bingo table at Anderson High School each year for the fund raiser for Hopewell!!!
 

Jack D Reynolds posted on 8/3/15
Rick, While I did not get the opportunity to know you very long, the moments we spoke shall extend throughout the rest of my life in fervent memories of your love for your wife, Tammy, and your sons, Will and Kyle. From the heavens look down in great pride of your sons, Rick, for they are a beacon unto which all the world shall take notice.
 

Tami Burchardt posted on 8/3/15
Connie, We are so sorry for your loss, we have kept you and your beautiful family in constant prayer. Please, if you need anything, you know to call us. Love and prayers, Sandy and Tami
 

Debbie Oaldon posted on 8/3/15
Pasty was so good to me when I was a child. She spoke softly as a loving mom a would. I stayed with her and my cousins briefly. I didn't want to leave her. I wore my cousin Modus long John's as it was winter but stayed so warm sleeping beside my cousin Patsy who wanted me to live with them. I so wanted too. I felt so much love and compassion being with her. Jesus hold her right for she is a genuine jewel.. I love her dearly and all her children. God hold all of their hearts.
 

 
Bill Thompson posted on 8/3/15
I miss you my brother R.I.P.
 

 
Marc Owens posted on 8/3/15
I miss you Rick, good friend, great coworker. Work will never be the same without you my friend! Rest in peace brother.
 

Cindy Givens posted on 8/2/15
Rest in peace my friend.
 

Judy Phipps posted on 8/2/15
Sorry for your loss Tammy Rick was a really nice guy always friendly always spoke was a friend to everyone
 

Carolyn Mata Keller posted on 8/2/15
I have know Ricky and his family all of my life!I babysat him and his sister one summer for several days.I also knew them from church!I give my love and condolences to you the family that will be dealing with the grief of losing a great person in your family.MY PRAYERS TO ALL OF YOU.MAY GOD BLESS yOU all! Much love to you all!
 

terra posted on 8/2/15
RIP YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY..... A VERY GOOD HARD WORKING MAN
 

Teresa Arline posted on 8/2/15
I did not get to know you very well but you are still family...angels will watch over you :)
 

Pam & Bob VanBuskirk posted on 8/2/15
Bob and I have worked with Rick for several years. Rick was always friendly and outgoing. Our condolences to his Family. RIP Rick.
 

Pam & Bob VanBuskirk posted on 8/2/15
Bob and I both worked with Rick for many years at OI Brockway Glass Co. Rick was always a hard worker, friendly and out going . Our condolences to his family. RIP Rick.
 

 
Brenda S posted on 8/2/15
RIP It was a pleasure knowing and working with you.
 

 
Reagan Family posted on 8/2/15
our thoughts&prayers are with you all. tammy&the boys-- may god wrap his arms around you in this difficult time of need.
 

Stacy Pauley posted on 8/2/15
Rick was so good to hang out with us after dad died. It was great to get to know him. He had a great smile and a way about him that made you feel like you've known him forever. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love--- Stacy Arline-Pauley
 

roger caudill posted on 8/2/15
Condolences to all the family. RIP Patsie , many good years at Brockway Glass
 

Sandra (Cook) Bennett posted on 8/2/15
Larry, Denny, Jody and Family, Many prayers for your family during this difficult time. Deepest sympathy,
 

Karen busby posted on 8/2/15
So sorry for your loss, I love you guys I know it's a very hard time be strong.
 

Peggy Deeter posted on 8/2/15
I am praying for your family. I worked with Rick for many years. He always talked about his family. I am sorry for your loss. I hope happy memories can help you through this difficult time. Peggy Deeter
 

 
Karla Caldwell McFearn posted on 8/2/15
Sending prayers to the family. I love you Will..Try to stay strong.
 

 
Leigh Dick posted on 8/2/15
Rick will be missed
 

 
Leigh posted on 8/2/15
Tammy my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family Rick will be missed
 

Jamie Cox posted on 8/1/15
Tammy, My thoughts and prayers to you and your sons in your difficult days ahead. Please know you are in my heart. Your friend Jamie Cox
 

Jamie Cox posted on 8/1/15
Tammy and family, I'm so so sorry for your loss. I know I haven't seen you quite some time. Please know my heart goes out to you and your sons. Prayers to you all in this difficult time. Your friend Tammy, Jamie Cox
 

 
Erica B. posted on 8/1/15
Love you WILL SORRY FOR U AND YOUR FAMILYS LOSS
 

Will Arline posted on 8/1/15
Daddy I love and miss you so much!!! You have always done everything for us that we ever needed plus more.... You were a great FATHER I hope you knew that I appreciate everything...
 

 
Tim Mathis posted on 8/1/15
Rest easy Rick till we meet again my friend.....
 

Bob Hendrickson posted on 8/1/15
To Patsies family. My hope and prayer is that you can cherish the memories that you have built together over the years. May you find hope and comfort in that Patsie is resting in the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In His Name Bob Hendrickson, Elder Southern Heights Christian Church
 

 
sheila posted on 7/29/15
So sorry for your loss.
 

Shirley Finney posted on 7/29/15
Annie Love,I am so very sorry for your loss......
 

 
Michelle posted on 7/29/15
So very sorry for your loss sending your family prayers
 

Francis Hall posted on 7/23/15
I was so sorry to hear of Esther's passing. I have many fond memories of her from my early years at Elder Beerman. She was always a wonderfully caring person and a joy to work with.
 

P. Janie Atkinson-Daniluck posted on 7/23/15
I am so sad to hear about the passing of Rex. He was a good friend. I enjoyed watching him on the football field and especially the track field in middle school and in high school. I know how much he loved his brothers and was always happy when they could attend his track meets. I have many fond memories. May God bless his family. I am very sad that his life was cut way to soon. Janie Atkinson
 

 
Sherri Lennis posted on 7/21/15
Gma you will be missed dearly we love you n now you can be with the angels n gpa. Love always your grand daughter Sherri Ann. Love always Sherri n Tim
 

Jay and Michelle Jones posted on 7/21/15
So sorry for the loss of Esther. Our family will remember her fondly.
 

P. Janie Atkinson Daniluck posted on 7/20/15
I have many fond memories at the Frossard home as a little girl. Your Mother was so kind, loving and just amazing. My mother, Barbara has alzheimer 's , but remembers your Mother and wanted to send her a card , I was so sad to found the news of her passing. May God Bless you and your family. Love Janie Atkinson-Daniluck
 

 
Karen Ogborn posted on 7/20/15
Judy and Will I'm so sorry for your loss. God has taken one more angel to now watch over you. My prayers are with you and your entire family. Love and God Bless
 

 
Karen Ogborn posted on 7/20/15
Judy and Will I'm so sorry for your loss. God has taken one more angel to now watch over you. My prayers are with you and your entire family. Love and God Bless
 

 
Karen Ogborn posted on 7/20/15
Judy and Will I'm so sorry for your loss. God has taken one more angel to now watch over you. My prayers are with you and your entire family. Love and God Bless
 

nick Schanlaub posted on 7/20/15
Kelly I am so sorry to hear about your dad .The last memory i have of him was i was on leave before going to korea and he came into chubbies to see me . i was playing pool and of course he kicked my butt . it was an honor to know him and he will be missed by all that knew him he was always smiling.more when we was talking about racing or the military.he was and is proud of all of you .if you need anything dont hesitate to give me a call or email. Mom. N dad have it take care and hope to see you soon Nick
 

Bill, Valerie Spurlin posted on 7/18/15
Amanda you were a beautiful young women gone too soon .We were very happy to have known you and loved you We are happy that you are finally at peace. We send our deepest sympathy to your whole family. Bill and Valerie Spurlin
 

Lisa posted on 7/17/15
Your mother is waiting. I'm sorry for the Turner lose.
 

Brandi Demick posted on 7/16/15
Fly high sweet friend. You will be greatly missed. Jami and family, my continued thoughts and prayers to you all during this difficult time.
 

 
Tina Whiteley posted on 7/16/15
He was always full of life. My parents were very good friends of his (Carl and Maxine Whetsel). Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. He was a wonderful person and will be miss. God Bless. Tina Whiteley
 

Susan Jackson posted on 7/16/15
I didn't get to meet Amanda until after Huntington's had affected her greatly, but even though it had taken away her ability to do all the things she used to do, it NEVER took away her spirit, and will to fight. I have so much admiration for this young lady, who was determined to be there for and with her children. Amanda also showed me that even though this dreaded disease had knocked her down, she still managed to smile and keep that sparkle in her eyes... I'll never forget you Amanda, and one day, when it is my turn to come home, I will get to meet the woman behind all that determination and will! Rest easy now Amanda, you are finally free...
 

Elijah Spurlin posted on 7/16/15
I met Amanda when I was 16 years old working at LoBills grocery store. A few months later we began dating and we're together for the next 7 years. As we get older our teenage years and early adulthood memories hold a special place in our hearts. Amanda will always be a major part of those memories. From hanging out with multiple friends and family, going on spring break in Daytona, going to car cruises and car shows she was always there with me. You were and always will be a part of my family. I will never forget you and a part of me will always love you. As for Amanda's family, you have lost a very sweet and special person. I can still remember her smile and how excited she would get to spend time with her nieces. Time will heal, please find peace in the fact that there is no more suffering for her. For those who can afford it, please donate to the Huntington Disease Society, so hopefully one day they will have a cure for this disease that has taken another angel from us.
 

 
Elijah Spurlin posted on 7/16/15
I met Amanda when I was 16 working at LoBills grocery store. A few months later we began dating and we're together for the next 7 years. As we get older our teenage years and early adulthood seem to hold a special place in our hearts. Amanda will always be a major part of those memories. From hanging out with friends and family, going to spring break in Daytona, going to car cruises and car shows, she was always there with me. I can still remember your smile. You were and always will be a part of my family. I will never forget you and a part of me will always love you. As for Amanda's family, you have lost a very sweet and special person. I can still remember her smile and how excited she would get to spend time with her nieces. Time will heal, please find peace in the fact that there is no more suffering for her. For those who can afford it, please donate to the Huntington Disease Society, so hopefully one day they can find a cure for this disease that has taken another angel from us.
 

 
Elijah Spurlin posted on 7/16/15
I met Amanda when I was 16 working at LoBills grocery store. A few months later we began dating and we're together for the next 7 years. As we get older our teenage and early adulthood memories hold a special place in our hearts. Amanda will always be a major part of those memories. From hanging out with friends in family, spring break in Daytona, car cruises, and car shows she was always there next to me. I can still see her smile. You were and always will be a part of my family. I will never forget you and part of me will always love you. As for Amanda's family, you have lost a very sweet and special person. I can still remember how excited she used to get to spend time with her nieces. Just take condolence in the fact there is no more suffering for her and she is in a much better place. If anyone can afford to donate to the Huntington Disease Society, please do, so hopefully one day a cure can be found for this disease that has taken another angel from us.
 

kristi posted on 7/16/15
my memories of tom are great he was a jokester and loved to spend time with family he will be truly missed and he was loved by many may he rip He will be deeply missed and was so sweet Rip Tom
 

Rich posted on 7/14/15
The Purciful, Hinds and Stamper Families, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Losing a parent/grandparent is so hard in so many ways. Those small, wrinkled hands were still the ones that held you and comforted you as a child. That drawn, tired face was still the one that smiled at you and instructed you through life. You don't have to let go of those special moments of life-just the physical body that provided those moments. Remember all the wonderful parts of that person who loved you so much. Treasure the joys your parent/grandparent brought into your life and the lives of your own family and children. Please just know that the Lord is right there with you. He knows what you are going through. He will provide the strength to face each day-one step at a time, one breath at a time. I pray that Christ will surround you with His peace and comfort and cradle you in the palm of His hands. I pray the Lord's blessings and comfort on you and your family. Love in Christ, Rich
 

Jodi Graham posted on 7/13/15
Mona...you will be missed so much by your family. I always enjoyed talking to you about the Lord & your love for ALL children whether related by blood or not was all consuming...you couldn't get enough...you watched Hunter for me when he was a baby & Hudson enjoyed coming over to your house when he was at Kelly & Dave's house. When I go by your house now I think of all the happy memories...trick or treating on Halloween...just chatting...& most recently seeing you on the front porch just enjoying the start of a day...waving from there is the last time I saw you personally. I'm sure you couldn't wait to run & find Dillan & Sammy once you arrived in Heaven...we'll see you soon...love always, Jodi
 

Jodi Graham posted on 7/13/15
So sorry to read about Jack's passing, however not sorry for him because he is with the Lord now :) My favorite memory of Jack is when we attended Victory Baptist Church with him & our young son Hunter would always shake his hand when we entered the back door where Brother Jack was the greeter. He was teaching Hunter how to do a proper handshake so that he could be a greeter also when he got old enough. Rest in Heaven...we'll see you again someday!
 

 
Kathy posted on 7/13/15
Your with Dad now and forever
 

 
Jinni Enterkin posted on 7/13/15
Grandma you were my rock and was Always there when anyone needed you. You had the biggest heart. Kendyn brilynn and jailynn are gonna miss mamaw Mona sneaking them in treats and spending time with you. Just know you will forever be in our hearts and never be forgotten. You made a huge impact on everyone's life.
 

patricia weaver posted on 7/13/15
Julianne and Eddie , so sorry for your loss , i know it is very hard to lose a parent.
 

Linda (Miller) Weatherford posted on 7/13/15
Joyce, I'm sorry to here of Gene's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I remember being the flower girl at your wedding so many years ago. I'm thankful we had opportunities to see each other over the years. Blessings, Linda
 

Steve and Gina Hankins posted on 7/13/15
Tina, John, Kyle and family, We are so sorry for your loss and want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you always. I'm glad we got to talk Saturday and reminisce about your good times and happy memories. We know that words can't take away your pain, but know that you are deeply loved and always have us to lean on. Love you guys!
 

Cindy Ramriez posted on 7/12/15
Dear Dolores and family please accept my sincere condolence from loss of your loved one he will be greatly missed. Cindy Ramirez
 

 
Kimberly posted on 7/11/15
My Father, I love you so much. You are my hero. I admired everything you did and all of your crafty talents. You were an amazing man, capable doing anything you set your mind to. I will miss you so much Dad. Rest Peacefully. Your dearest Kimberly Ann...
 

Kamya Lee posted on 7/11/15
Kelly- I am so sorry for the passing of your dad. I only got to know him for a short time but what a sweet man he was. I know how hard it is to lose your only surviving parent, it is a whole different kind of sadness. You took very good care of him and I am sure he knew how much you loved him. Kamya Lee-Lafayette Regional Rehab Hospital.
 

Bruce and Liz LeMond posted on 7/11/15
We would like to express our sympathy to the family. Bruce remembers Rex's mother, Betty, from when he and his parents Jeanette and Max Warrum lived in East 54th Street. Red and Anna May Hubble were also his neighbors on East 54th Street. Betty's husband, Gene, used to make cabinets, and he built the cabinets for Bruce's parents for their new home on Sheridan Street. Bruce was age 10-11 at that time. Bruce would be interested to hear from Betty, and our phone number is 317-547-7703.
 

 
Sylvia wallace posted on 7/10/15
So sorry to hear about the loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Cheryl Harshbarger posted on 7/10/15
Kelly, sorry to hear about your dad. We didn't know he had been sick. I really enjoyed working for your folks. I had a great time talking with them. Please know we will put you in our prayers and please know you are welcome anytime. I will miss your dads smiling face in town. He will be missed. In Christian Love, Cheryl and Dan Harshbarger
 

Rick Moyer posted on 7/10/15
Grew up with Rex one if best friends ever. I will miss him dearly. Was at Roscoe's funeral as he was dear to me as well. God Bless my friend and all his family.!
 

Laura Bluemle Butts posted on 7/10/15
Bill and Kathy: I am so sorry I couldn't make it for the funeral. Aunt Marilyn was a wonderful person and I loved her very much. I remember the Christmas cookies and how she loved the Tom Jones show. We used to joke about the latest food fads like "lite", "low cholesterol," "low fat," and doggie frozen treats. I wonder what she would have said about "gluten free?" I remember how she loved to have a good laugh, especially when she, Dad, and Uncle Jack got together. Now they are all up in heaven together probably playing cards and laughing.
 

Chris Calabria posted on 7/10/15
So sorry to read of the loss to the Hubble family. I pray God Bless your Family with peace and comfort during this sad time.
 

Teresa Allman posted on 7/10/15
May you rest in peace in Gods hands.
 

Kathy Hastings posted on 7/10/15
My condolences to the Hubble family in their time of loss. May God give you peace and comfort.
 

 
Cassie Jones posted on 7/10/15
We will always love you Bob. We will see you again.
 

Darrell and Barbara Galliher posted on 7/9/15
kelly and family i am so sorry for your son your dad was a sweet man . kelly i am send you a hug girl i love you if you need anything at all call . love you
 

susan gray posted on 7/9/15
Betty, my name is Susan Warrum. I am the daughter of Max and Jeanette Warrum. So sorry to you and your family for your loss. I want to let you know may parents talked so much about you and Gene abd Red and Anna May as I was growing up. I loved to hear the stories of the fun times you had togetherm
 

Susan Perigo posted on 7/9/15
I am so sorry for you all. For me, it was agonizing to lose my dad and then my mom. So I know it is the same for you. I remember uncle Gene as always smiling! I don't think I ever heard him raise his voice. I guess that was aunt Joyce's job as we Hises can yell and be loud!! He was a very good cook and I remember fondly the meals at uncle Gene and aunt Joyce's home. I also remember hard core dance fest grooving to the tunes of the 4 Seasons? Or was it some other group? Oh well... Anyway, I think uncle Gene and Aunt Janell are putting on a spread in heaven!!! God bless you as you go thru these next few hours and the long days. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend as I am in Pennsylvania, but I will be lifting you up in my prayers. Love you all!! - Susan ( the oldest and wisest of all the Hise grandchildren b/c with age comes wisdom)
 

Steve Brundage posted on 7/8/15
I will miss his warm smile and down-to-earth sense of humor. I sincerely regret being unable to attend the service but you are all in my thoughts and prayers. You have my best wishes.
 

Marcie Kugler posted on 7/8/15
Bill and family, I am sorry for your loss. What great memories I have of spending time with your Mom. I think of her often. Many laughs! Sorry I couldn't make it to the services. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Rex posted on 7/7/15
Couldn't ask for a better brother-in-law and friend. So lucky to join this family, my family. Really miss all who passed on. All siblings had such a great grin. Miss yours and Sarah's a lot. Tell me something again to get me laughing with you, Gene.
 

Jim and Terri McClelland posted on 7/6/15
Aunt Joyce, Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your dear family..... We grieve for the loss of a wonderful son, brother, uncle, husband, father and grandfather. Uncle Gene is no longer suffering and has joined his parents, brothers and sisters who are overjoyed, no doubt, to welcome him with open arms in Heaven. May your memories hold you tightly in the days and months ahead..... Love always, Jim, Terri, Indy and Jared McClelland and Shirley Brundage
 

Lisa posted on 7/6/15
Joyce Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss; our prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Lisa Carlson & Randy Miller
 

Mindy & Lanny Linville posted on 7/6/15
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. We love you!- Mindy & Lanny
 

Mindy & Lanny Linville posted on 7/6/15
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. We love you!- Mindy & Lanny
 

patty &LEON STARKS posted on 7/6/15
BRENDA AND ALL THE FAMILY OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU IF THERE IS ANYTHING I CAN DO PLEASE LET US KNOW
 

Ross Buckman posted on 7/6/15
Bill - It was great to see your parents around town. They were always friendly. Of course, I knew your father better through the school system and plant security days, but your mother was always supportive with a fantastic smile. They were both very proud of you and later proud of your family. We have a conflict with the service time, but Margie and I express our deepest sympathy. Ross Buckman
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 7/6/15
Billy and family-We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future. You have had wonderful parents. Miss them as neighbors. And we still remember Bill's smile and his great coaching.
 

Jack Ke_sling nd family posted on 7/6/15
To: Gene's family-We will miss Gene. We have shared many memories. What a fine person to know. We hope the many fine family memories will sustain you now and in the future. We will miss Gene.
 

Ellen Hite posted on 7/6/15
So sorry to hear about the passing of Gene. One of the nicest guys a person could ever meet. You all treated my son like one of your own. I sure will miss "Democrat". Love and prayers, Ellen Hite and Troy Walker
 

Becky Dreger posted on 7/6/15
Dear Gina and family, so sorry for the loss of your father. You'll be in our prayers.
 

Anne Godwin posted on 7/6/15
Dear Brenda, Garry and family, I'm sending prayers for peace and comfort for all of you. I'm so thankful that you could be there with your family. Wish we could be there for the funeral. Know that you're in my thoughts and prayers. Love you guys.
 

 
Julee Bjerke posted on 7/5/15
So sorry for your loss! Thinking and praying for peace in your family's heart.
 

Marta Alba posted on 7/5/15
Eric and Brundage Family, My sincere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Warm Regards, Marta Alba GPRO Dell Panama
 

 
Karen posted on 7/5/15
Uncle Gene's smile will always be remembered as a beacon of sunshine.
 

Bob & Trena Yokley posted on 7/1/15
John, We know you cherished your years with Thelma and will miss her dearly. She was such a lovely, friendly and kind person. There is no doubt she enriched your life with her graceful ways. Our hearts and thoughts are with you, John. Expect a visit from Bob some time soon. You remain in our prayers, Npn z8
 

Carol A Whitaker posted on 6/30/15
John - we are so sorry to hear of Thelma's passing. She was such a lovely lady and a very good neighbor for many many years. I know you will miss her but remember her neighbors will miss her dearly also. She is now at peace and enjoying her Heavenly reward. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Richard & Carol Whitaker
 

Mary Lou Lawson posted on 6/30/15
Aunt Thelma was such a genuine, caring person who loved her Lord & because of her close walk with Him, loved her family & friends. She will be dearly missed by many. Thank you, Uncle John, for always being there by her side through good times & the difficult times with health trials. You both made such a beautiful team! I love you. I know their has been much celebration in Heaven with your homecoming!
 

Joe Panci posted on 6/30/15
Dear Aunt Anna - You taught us how to laugh and live life with a smile and caring heart. We will miss you dearly...I am so happy we got the chance to see you one last time this spring. I treasure the memories :) Joe
 

Kathy andBobBrang posted on 6/27/15
Dear AuntAnna,Well we planned on visiting you this month,but you left us too early.Even though you reached the age of 98,it was still way to early for u ou to leave us.I miss your big hugs,trinkets,and love for candy and sharing with all.Cousin Nancy left us the week before so she can show you around.There are so many family members up there excited that you are with them again.We will miss you,please watch over us and say hello to our mom and dad.Love Kathy
 

 
Madonna Mellott posted on 6/27/15
Dear Anna, I shall miss our bingo nights and the times you and I just sat, your hands were always cold and I did'nt mind you holding on to my hands and arms to warm them up. What will I do on our Wednesday and Saturday nights? You are with my mama now. I can see you two with your heads together. World watch out when Anna and Donna are cooking something up! Give everyone a kiss and a hug for me.........till I can do it myself. I love you. Thank you for all your love and prayers. A friend of mine wrote this poem and said it would be ok if I put it on here. She said all I need to say: GOD I put my faith in him. He holds me in his hands .He loves me with no demands. He lets me choose which path to take. He watches over and keeps me safe. I may not always be aware, but he is always there. He sees everything I do. So I always try to do unto. I try to right my wrong,. but sometimes I have to move along. And get back into place. Where I know I'm safe. Back where I need to be. And his hands are holding me. I am sending love and prayers to all the family out there. May God Bless and keep you all in the palm of his hands. Madonna
 

Lawson Hunsicker posted on 6/27/15
I loved coming to Mass at Millers Merry Manor with Anna. She gave all of us joy just by being in the room with her - clapping and saying thank you, thank you to the priests, and each of us. She'd give out treats just for coming, and was one of the dearest hearts I ever met. Rest in peace and even greater joy, Anna! I'll be glad to see you again someday!
 

Matt Eggenschwiler posted on 6/25/15
Dear Aunt Anna was a wonderful lady that I truly have fond memories of. With her many layers of mismatched tops, to playing with us kids while at one of Uncle Bob and Aunt Mary's barbeques, sending us hard to read hand written letters with several hee, hee's, and ho, ho's. Too include tightly folded up 1-2 $1 dollar bills for us to buy candy with. She always had a smile on her face and a heart of gold. God received another angel. Now she can visit with my Mom and Aunt Nancy whom we just lost.
 

Matt Eggenschwiler posted on 6/25/15
Dear Aunt Anna was a wonderful lady that I truly have fond memories of. With her many layers of mismatched tops, to playing with us kids while at one of Uncle Bob and Aunt Mary's barbeques, sending us hard to read hand written letters with several hee, hee's, and ho, ho's. Too include tightly folded up 1-2 $1 dollar bills for us to buy candy with. She always had a smile on her face and a heart of gold. God received another angel. Now she can visit with my Mom and Aunt Nancy whom we just lost.
 

Beverly Hopkins posted on 6/25/15
It seems Aunt Anna has always been a part of my life. Growing up with my parents and sister, we took trips down to Anderson, Indiana to visit Aunt Anna, Uncle Jake, and Smokey the dog. We stayed at the little teal-green house near the railroad tracks (Scatterfield Road) and listened as the trains rolled by shaking the house. When Aunt Anna and Jake moved, we met a new friend of theirs, Jack. He became another part of our family. Then our visits led us to Longfellow Plaza and MerryManor. Aunt Anna always wanted to give from the heart. Her handful of pennies in the jar, outdated purses, a few pieces of candy, or even a dollar bill in an envelope to be used as she said, "For a trinket". We always brought Aunt Anna those colorful tops she always wore (on top of her many layers she already had on). My children, Kim, Ben and Brian remembered her saying "ho ho ho" all the time. They got a chuckle out of her waving her hands and dancing around saying "whoooo oooo". Then she would always let out a screech and we would all laugh together. We took Aunt Anna out for dinner at the Old Country Buffet, and our dear aunt would always take her leftovers wrapped in a napkin and put it inside her purse. We always hoped she refrigerated those leftovers-but at 99 years of age, I guess she did. I am certain, Aunt Anna is waving her hands and dancing in Heaven making the Angels and God smile. Missing You Aunt Anna-The Hopkins Family (Bev, Kim, Ben and Brian)
 

wayne allen posted on 6/25/15
I,m so sorry for your loss. This is really shocking news. my prayers and thoughts are with you both and the rest of your family. May God be with you and comfort you both through this time of sorrow. Bunny gave me your number and I'll try and call you soon . I,m so sorry I,m unable to attend the funeral. My number is [393-0233] please feel free to call me anytime
 

Diana Brang-Scott posted on 6/25/15
Aunt Anna was my Great Aunt. I am the granddaughter of her late sister Mary Tierney. I have many fond memories of Aunt Anna, she was always so full of life, she was spunky, her laugh was infectious. I always enjoyed getting a letter from her filled with her "ho ho ho's." When I was a young girl (maybe 8) I remember a particular trip to visit Aunt Anna, Uncle Jake and smokey the dog :) it was the evening in Indiana and I began seeing weird lights around their yard. I took aunt Anna by the hand to show her; she told me they were fire flys- bugs that could light up! Well I thought this was the coolest thing I had ever seen (for some reason I had never seen one back home in Michigan before) I told Aunt Anna that my friends back home would love to see these amazing bugs too. Well she knew right away what to do. She went inside and came out with an arm full of mason jars; she and I began catching fire flys and putting them into the jars. Late into the night we ran around the yard stuffing the jars full of fire flys so I could take them home with me. When I got home my dad and I released all the lightning bugs in our front yard. It was an incredible sight to see hundreds of little lights flying upward out of the jars. From that day forward I have always seen fireflys here in Michigan (and I like to think that's because Aunt Anna and I brought them here for everyone to enjoy) so I will continue to smile and think fondly of my great Aunt Anna every time I see one of their beautiful little lights.
 

John Panci posted on 6/25/15
Dear Ken and family, Aunt Anna has always been a positive force in my life. She had a hard life, but always had a smile and laugh for those she met. She managed to remember all of her nieces and nephews with birthday cards, holiday cards, homemade cookies; especially her butterball cookies. Our hearts leaped and our stomachs fluttered whenever we saw her packages arrive. She was generous with us all; sending quarters taped inside cards when we were little, and then decoratively folded dollar bills as we grew older. She taught me how to play kings on the corner and beat me soundly numerous times. This was just several years ago. There was no quit in her. I was able to enjoy a marvelous trip with her, my dad (her brother Joe), my aunt Irene and my Aunt Sr. Helen (her sisters), and my cousins Judy and Nancy. We all rode together from Michigan to Pennsylvania to Sr. Helen's 50th anniversary in the convent. It was a marvelously joyful trip filled with much laughter and endless stories. One of the trip highlights was Judy, Nancy and I watching Anna, Joe, Irene and Sr. Helen playing cards together. They fought and squabbled and carried on something terrible, but laughed all the way through it. We laughed so hard we cried. Thank you for sharing Aunt Anna with us. Ken, I wish you and your family peace and may you carry fond memories of your mom with you always. Big Hugs, cousin John (Panci)
 

 
maryann hebden-hill posted on 6/24/15
Say hey to Ruth and Sue for me!!Love, MaryAnn
 

Marty Stutts posted on 6/13/15
Paula and all, so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I loved your mom, she was a great woman. I know your hearts are breaking once again at the loss of a family member but I also know heaven is rejoicing and the home coming of anothe family member. May God comfort you and give you strength. Love ya, Marty
 

Beth Mears posted on 6/12/15
Cathy, Thinking of you during this time wishing peaceful days ahead for you and your family. Dave, Beth and Jenna Mears
 

Jody Pierce posted on 6/12/15
Deb and Gay - I am sorry about your Dad's passing. I know he was very proud of you girls and loved you very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Aunt Jody
 

Julie Gottsche posted on 6/12/15
Catherine, thinking of you and your family at this time and hope you find comfort in the memories that you all share.
 

Jenny Hughel Deeds posted on 6/12/15
I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Margaret Prentice posted on 6/9/15
To the family I send my condolences. Max will be happy to see you. He will be bouncing on the clouds to see you. My sympathies to all the Prentice family. Know you are loved.
 

Margaret Prentice posted on 6/9/15
I miss you Peggy, Although I am in Texas, I will never forget you. Max will be happy to see you, he will be bouncing on the clouds waiting for you. Hug him for me. Love to all the family, I know your pain, and thinking of all of you.
 

Benjamin Dock, Jr. posted on 6/8/15
Dear Glenna and Family, Do not know the reason but did not hear of Gib's passing until after Erna June was Buried today. She died June 2, Funeral was 6/7/15 Sunday at 3PM. and was buried this morning at 11:00 AM. Sorry and like June He had a lot of health problems that could not be overcome. I remember when Gilbert was born and never forgot he was a 1937 child. We were living on Cottage Avenue. The older brothers, especially Raymond spoiled him with candy and gifts. Mom spoiled him by fixing eggs without the white part mixed in. I don't know that our dad called "Pop" ever spoiled any of us kids. He was stern but keep a roof and food for us all. God Bless you, Uncle Ben.
 

 
Cheryl Taulman posted on 6/4/15
Julie, Stan and boys: I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Hugs and prayers to all of you. Love, Cheryl, Chris and kids
 

Vivian posted on 6/4/15
Mimi/Melba Potato/Po tot toe Summer 1945, a young, recent Purdue University, graduate moves to the industrial town of Anderson, Indiana to begin his career with the local leading industry. He lives in the YMCA downtown till he and his bride-to-be can get married and then move into their first home. Un be known to him one of the elders of the church in West Lafayette has sent word to the local church of Christ, in Anderson that he is moving there and is a good song leader. Dwight and Helen made their home in the town and the church. The roots planted at the small white church still today are strong and have entwined our lives for over 70 years. Two families come to my mind, Harold and Gladys Flowers and Don and Melba King. By 1950, these young families had started their own families and the church was growing along with the town. Growth brings change and the families soon found other buildings to worship in, closer to their part of the growing town, but love and respect for each family was to continue. My mother, Helen, often would talk about Melba. Melba had been her mentor in coming to a fuller understanding of the words of salvation and the worship of the church. Melba King brought many to Christ, by example, encouragement and living her faith. Melba was raising her own basketball team by now; mom struggled to have even one child. I feel sure they had many talks about children, family and husbands. They were close. So close that 50 years later, while mom battled Alzheimer’s, Melba was one of several volunteers from Lindberg Rd church who would come and sit, or read to mom to give dad time to run errands and take a break from her care. Did I know the King family? No, not really. We might see them at church picnics in the park, or downtown while shopping and mom would tell us who they were, but we didn’t grow up together, like we did with the Flowers girls. The King name was mentioned in the late 60’s when Becky Flowers, a close friend from church, starting dating the most dreamy local Christian boy, Barry King. I remember seeing his picture and as a pre-teen, I thought how lucky Becky was to find this dream boat. He was beautiful. I didn’t know he had 5 sisters. Wow, that had to be a challenge, but I believe his mom saw him as her special boy. His finding Becky Flowers was a good fit and his mom approved. It’s now the 1990’s. All the Crim kids have grown up and moved on. Several of the King children have stayed close to home. The church has moved again and now Don and Melba King and Dwight and Helen Crim attend the Lindberg Rd. church. They are once again co-workers in the local ministry of the church, working to grow the congregation to one of the largest in the nation. Alongside each other they were now enjoying grandchildren, but also facing medical challenges that will take Don and Helen much too soon. Melba was always the sunny face to meet me when I would travel home to visit mom and dad. She was so cute, tiny and funny. She made me feel like she really cared about me and my family. I know she did. Always asking about our travels and how long we would be staying. She usually had grandkids with her, even her two young daughters. (I know there is no gossip in church, but dad loved to tell the story about Don and Melba and the 2 younger girls. His story went like this. When Trisha arrived, so far apart from the first 3 kids, she was the surprise. But several years later when Cathy came on the scene, Melba told Don, “I am not raising another only child. This baby needs a playmate.” So before the year was up, Julie was added to the family. Dad would just laugh. I think he was amazed at the power Melba had over Don. Lol August 1996. Don is gone, mom is gone and dad is suffering. He finally agrees to come to Texas for a visit and for the first time he talks about this lady at church that he is sweet on. He is writing letters the whole time he is with us. She is receptive. April 5, 1997 they become Mr. and Mrs. It was a beautiful occasion, so many new siblings, nieces and nephews; new traditions of card games and pizza. A large family to enjoy and embrace. That event enriched our lives. Mimi has added us to her family and she is a blessing for all of us. Mimi, 18 years a soul mate for my dad. 50 years a wife to Don. Marriage you treasured and respected. You blessed my live with your example of commitment and devotion. You loved the Lord first, your spouse and family next. You had it all together. Life was not easy, but you always told me you didn’t have time to rest, you had kids to raise, meals to prepare and a house to clean. NAP? Not you. Oh how I wish I had known you all these years, but the last 18 have been special and endearing. You were the mom everyone wanted to have. I can say that because I came along too old for you to discipline and never heard you raise your voice. Your love was abounding and your smile lite up the room. Your humor was bottomless and your wisdom beyond measure. You were the wife, mother and woman of Proverbs 31. The last time I was in Indiana I am not sure you knew me, but as usual you covered well. You looked at me and said “I know you.” BecRae and I just laughed. I know that on Tuesday June 2, 2015 the Lord looked at you and said the same thing. “I know you, enter in.” Lovingly, Vivian Crim Sharp, daughter # 6
 

George and Kay Soden posted on 6/4/15
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, wish we could be there but we are traveling and will not make it home in time. Melba was a great lady and will be greatly missed.
 

sandra & Dean Malsom posted on 6/4/15
A faithful saint. Her smile and laugh infectious. She loved many and is loved by many. She will forever be part of our memories. Dean and Sandy Malsom
 

Jane Keevin posted on 6/4/15
I have so many happy memories of GA Melba. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
 

 
Amanda Brown posted on 6/4/15
Sending my love, thoughts, & prayers. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel.
 

CJ Gallihugh posted on 5/28/15
I've had the pleasure of knowing Bryan for the past 13 years. He will be deeply missed. He loved to smile and laugh and joke. He took an interest in others. He had an innocent heart and good nature. Thank you for touching our lives Bryan! ~ CJ
 

Bea posted on 5/28/15
To the Loved ones of Shirley. My desire that in this difficult time all your family and friends receive the comfort they need. John 5:28, 29 contains words of hope to give us wonderful hope for the future resurrection where we eternally enjoy the company of our beloved without diseases and suffering. (Psalm 37:11, 29) Have comfort and peace.
 

Tina (Thurman) Alexander Johnson posted on 5/27/15
I will always remember him with a smile on his face. He just lit up when he was around his family. My sincerest condolences. He will be missed. Love, Tina
 

Phil and Gretchen Morris posted on 5/27/15
Les and family, sorry for your loss. Just wanted to let you know we are thinking of you.
 

Lisa posted on 5/22/15
Im so sorry to hear this sad news. I grew up with Dee and she will be sadly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family. May God give you the strength you need to get through this difficult time :(
 

Dave Kimmerling posted on 5/21/15
Ralph,I am so sorry for your loss.I still remember the happy marriage stories you told me at the Hoosier.You are in my thoughts and prayers. Dave
 

Katie Marabella posted on 5/20/15
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Eileen Bauldauf. Eileen and I grew up together in Panama, the Canal Zone....We were like sister's , we even dressed alike ! We went to the same school....My family also went to Peru, Puerto Rico and Cuba, not at the same time as Eileen and her family.....We had so much in common, and it will be very difficult for me not to be able to talk to her anymore...I will miss her terribly but hope we will meet again with the Lord's help....God Bless her and her loving family whom she talked about with me quite often.....Rest in Peace my dear, dear friend......Love you always, Katie
 

Francis Hall posted on 5/20/15
Marcia and Family - We are so sorry for your loss. Chris and I were both saddened to hear the news of Betty's passing. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do.
 

 
Johnell Hewitt posted on 5/20/15
You were a wonderful person and mother rip sweetie
 

Michele Dennison posted on 5/19/15
My lifetime friend, I'm going to miss you for the rest of my days. It still doesn't seem real. I love you always. R.I.P.
 

 
Holly mckenney posted on 5/19/15
R.I.H
 

Hoyt & Floy Wood posted on 5/19/15
De, De, It's our loss that your illness was just more than your generous heart could bare. You are in some mighty wonderful company there Doll so enjoy, you will be missed every day here by family and friends
 

JUDY cotham posted on 5/19/15
https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1172206546&and=100001950849006# This was a conversation Dee and i had a couple years back. .. we both had been struggling with lots of things and i just felt in my heart this would help! !... as always Dee had nothing but good words to say about this post! !.. she was always kind to me!!... we had been friends for many years and i LOVED her!!... although she struggled with many of get own demons and life altering problems she had in her own life she would be the first to come running if needed! !.. That kinda loyalty to friendship is a dying breed but she would never hesitate! !.. Love you Dee... give my boy a big ole bear hug as you enter the beautiful gates of heaven! !. Love you girlie abd forever missed! !... :'(
 

 
Holly R Zachary posted on 5/19/15
Dee and I met in High school.. We hung out many times had many good times.. We had a lil falling out years ago and hadn't seen each other in many years.. But my brother passed away a lil over a Month ago and Dee reached out to myself and my daughter giving her condolences.. She said really nice things about him.. She touched my heart with her kind words..my best memory of her is her huge kind heart.. she was definitely loved by many.. proving that she was a great person.. RIH Danielle Cruz.. You will be missed.. gone but neverforgotten
 

 
Yulonda Curtis posted on 5/19/15
Dee im gonna miss you. You were such a good person and friend who touched many lives. Your kindness and love will always live on. Baby rest easy. See you soon!!!#
 

 
Yulonda Curtis posted on 5/19/15
Dee im gonna miss you. You were such a good person and friend who touched many lives. Your kindness and love will always live on. Baby rest easy. See you soon!!!#
 

 
Stacey Sherrill posted on 5/18/15
I will always remember Dee Dee as she has known my family since before I was born. Such a kind hearted young women who I am happy to have made contact with again after all of these years. I will miss her memories of my family that she has shared with me over the years, and will also miss her sense of humor. God Bless you Dee, we will never forget you....
 

 
Jaime jo posted on 5/18/15
I have know her for many years we had are ups and downs but at the end of the day we were the same a big heart and would give our last to the needed r.I.p dee let your wings fly high ........
 

Jennifer Alexander posted on 5/18/15
I've never known my life without you in it. You were the first girl I looked up to, one half of my cool-cousin duo from Detroit. It was just us 3 cousins for many years. I remember getting a letter from you when we were in elementary school, you had all A's & B's, had the prettiest handwriting and liked the same music as me (Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam). We say goodbye this week but I know you will be with us, watching us. We have a guardian angel that will fight on our behalf, I am sure of that. No more pain or struggles for you now. I know we didn't spend enough time together, but I am so glad we always told each other, "I love you!"
 

Mary Wade posted on 5/18/15
You will always be in my heart and in my memory for the sweet and loving little girl that you were and we'll always live on Dumfries Street and you'll always be 7 years old. May you rest in peace and we'll all be together again some day.
 

Debra Adams posted on 5/17/15
I will forever remember his laugh and wonderful childhood memories of overnight weekends at the Carson home always full of laughter. He never lost his essence!! I am oldest daughter of Patty Gott (cousin). Debbie Adams
 

Don and Brenda Cobb posted on 5/17/15
Glenna, so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Don and Brenda Cobb
 

Monica Moore Bazarek posted on 5/16/15
So sorry to hear of the passing of my Aunt Eileen. Growing up, I loved her visits to our home in Virginia with Uncle Tom and my cousins. Most recently, I saw Aunt Eileen in Key West while on vacation. After the dinner each night, we all played games and talked. Such fun! Aunt Eileen was a talented painter. I have one of her paintings hanging in my dining room. I will treasure that painting, along with my memories. My condolences and love go to Uncle Tom, Jeffrey, Jennifer and Jodean.
 

Diana Tarr Moore posted on 5/16/15
I am heartbroken that I lost my sweet, lovely sister, Eileen. She was one of a kind. She will be very much missed. I wish her peace and lots of love until we meet again in heaven.
 

Father Fred L. Raybourn, Jr, SSC posted on 5/16/15
Dear Tom and Family, Although I haven't had the pleasure of meeting you, I can tell you the Eileen was always very dear to me. As I grew up in Panama City and the Canal Zone, she and I were in the same Elementary School, 6th Grade, in Ancon, Canal Zone, when she lived in the are reserved for the All American Cables Employees. In fact, I sat behind her and sometimes would pull her hair. Because of her I took up delivering the afternoon newspaper, the Panama American, to the customers in the area where she lived and other adjoining areas in order to just have a chat with her after school. After the 6th grade or beginning in the 7th, her father was transferred to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Although we wrote friendly notes for a short time, I lost all contact with her after that. It was only when one of her other dear friends, whose father was also with All American Cables employee and who lived near her, one, Katherine Marabella (Arp), whom I also knew and corresponded with via the internet, told me about Eileen, that I was able to speak to her one time and then view all of her fine artwork. Needless to say, we who knew Eileen and hadn't seen her, still held her dear in our hearts. So, it is with deep sadness that I offer this after having heard from Katie about Eileen's death. Please accept my most sincere condolences and know that she will be in my personal prayers for a period of 30 days, and will be remembered at the Mass that I offer on Sunday Noon, for the same period. All of you will be remembered as a family among the living. Praying that our Lord Christ will grant you His peace and strength as you go on during this very trying and sad times. God be with you and bless you always, and may her soul rest in peace. Most sincerely, Father Fred L. Raybourn, Jr., SSC Bellevue, Nebraska
 

 
Jean hornberger posted on 5/16/15
im so sorry to read this. Yes it is hard to give up a loved one. Prayers to you and your family.
 

Judy Schott posted on 5/16/15
Hi Glenna, So sorry for your loss. Gib was such a nice Christian man. It was a privilege to be able to attend Church with you at Glad Tidings Assembly. God Bless. You will be in my prayers. In Love,
 

Bruce Tschampel posted on 5/16/15
My condolences to Tom and all the family. I feel very fortunate to have met Eileen. Loving wishes to you in this difficult time. Sincerely Bruce Tschampel
 

 
Tami posted on 5/15/15
You will be missed Bob Carson! Your daughter Kim Funk was the one that took care of you at your home in Anderson. RIP
 

Vicki Baker posted on 5/15/15
Wow, so many memories of Bob. He was one of the kindest people I know. His daughter Kim is my BFF from 5th grade!! Bob was the kind of man that loved life, he loved his girls and loved his grandkids. Bob was a total jokester. And he held that right through to the end. He didn't want to leave his family. He moved back here from Florida, from his retirement back about 22 years ago, to help his daughter Kim raise her (4) kids, (3) are triplets. Even though he gave up his retirement, he loved it. They are his life. Because that's what kind of loving, kind man he was. Gonna Miss You Bob, Loved ya, and will miss the jokes!!
 

 
Nora souhrada posted on 5/13/15
Love you uncle Russell. R.i.p you will be missed .and we will met again . Love you your favorite niece.
 

betty turner posted on 5/13/15
Remembering you,its my padt and my begining.Just out of high school and not even 18,I went to work for you when you managed Jolly Roger.My best friend Debbie Obrien was working there too. I not yet had my drivers license and one day you talked me into going to get it,said you would let me drive your car to take that test. So of we went to the license place,left me there,walk back to the JR and when i passed i came back so happy and proud of myself.Yuou gave me the courage to be me..Thanks Russell,ill never forget you.God love ya...RIP
 

Lynn Kent posted on 5/13/15
I grew up in Crystal River during the 50's and 60's, Russell Pick and his family were very prominent. His father fixed many a high heal for me.:) Russ was always there for all of us. I know you will miss him, please know you are being thought of. We used to meet at their house for the first Little Theater Group of Crystal River, your grandmother and Russell were very supportive of this group.
 

 
Margie Shinholt posted on 5/13/15
George you will be missed by many I will miss the peppermints but will see you again someday. So have one waiting. RIH
 

Kim Nelson (Hatton) posted on 5/13/15
Sending you prayers across the miles from Arizona for strength and healing during this difficult time. I remember how all of us kids on Sorgham Street in Daleville, IN thought he was a awesome dad for having a concrete driveway poured and added a basketball goal. Kim (Hatton) Nelson
 

 
Sharon Morgan posted on 5/12/15
I have known George since the 70s when we bowled at East side Lanes. We have many good times through the years. He will truly be missed.
 

 
Sharon Morgan posted on 5/12/15
I have known George since the 70s. We had a number of great times together through the years. He will truly be missed.
 

 
Melanie Guffey posted on 5/12/15
Prayers to the family.
 

Thelma and Don Hatton posted on 5/12/15
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Beverly & Russell Logsdon posted on 5/12/15
You were a great friend and we will miss you. We will always remember the good times and laughter we shared with you. We were blessed to have you as our friend. Great memories. Thank you for letting us into your life. Love you and rest in peace.
 

 
Tim and Patti Barker posted on 5/12/15
We will miss you George. A lot of great memories. R.I.P
 

jacinda sturgeon posted on 5/12/15
I love amd miss you so much papaw!!! Until we meet again!!
 

 
Sharon Montgomery posted on 5/12/15
You are so missed already! There is an emptiness that will never be filled again! I hope you're dancin in the sky and watching over all of us! We all love you so much! We will see you again!
 

 
April & Jimmy Williams posted on 5/12/15
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with MaryAnn and the kids. We've been praying for you ever since I received the news about Tom. I'll never forget all the good times we had with Tom & his family, you guys are our family and we Love you all dearly. Just know that Tom's no longer in pain and you have a Guardian Angel looking after you all. I'll see you all next wk. Love ya guys! April & Jimmy Williams
 

 
Sharon Fulton posted on 5/12/15
I love you my loving husband!I already miss you so much!I will see you again my darling!Love your wife,Sharon
 

 
samantha posted on 5/12/15
dad I really don't know where to start , so ill make it short ill miss you more than words can say , ill see you again soon I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!
 

 
Terri posted on 5/12/15
Forever in my heart DAD!!!
 

 
Jackie Peavler posted on 5/12/15
My dad was the best!There are so many wonderful memories!I miss him and love him so much!The suffering is over dad and I will never forget the things you told only me these last few months,I love you!!!!! Your Daughter,Jackie
 

Kelly Mucci posted on 5/12/15
I'm so sorry to hear of Brian's father passing. My condolences and prayers to your entire family.
 

Darlene posted on 5/12/15
So sorry for your loss.
 

Sid and Jeff Mcomie posted on 5/12/15
Hugs to all of you. Always enjoyed talking with Bill and enjoyed his humor, he always had a smile.
 

 
David and Teresa Cosby posted on 5/11/15
We are so sorry for your loss..we remember the fun times we had when we all would camp at Mississinewa .George was quite the character....hugs and prayers are being sent to all of you...may he rest in peace.
 

Ashley Pepelea (Matthews) posted on 5/11/15
Bill was a wonderful man that always had a smile on his face. He had the kind of laugh that made you want to laugh with him. He will be missed. Nancy, you are in our thoughts and prayers. With love, Ashley Pepelea (Matthews)
 

Francis Kimm posted on 5/11/15
I am sorry to hear of your loss Jim. May he R.I.P.
 

Donna/Gary Shannon posted on 5/11/15
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of need. He will be greatly missed.
 

Brenda Friend posted on 5/11/15
Remembering so many euchre games we played at the cabin,,,great memories. My prayers are with you Nancy & the family.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 5/8/15
We will miss Bob. What a fine person to work with and know. We hope his family will be sustained now and in the future by their many wonderful memories of this fine man.
 

Jan Lines posted on 5/7/15
So sorry for your loss, Kay. Our prayers are with you.
 

Dianne Day Lykins posted on 5/5/15
My brother Bob Day let me know of Ginger's passing. Ginger and I went to school together at Breckinridge Training School from the first grade through the twelfth grade. She was always so sweet and kind and a friend to all. Little by little we let go of the people we love. I am so sorry for your great loss.
 

renee posted on 5/5/15
I was always fond of Ms. Watson, she was my kindergarten teacher at Washington. Oh the memories of sitting on the "reading rug" :) rest in peace sweet teacher
 

Diana posted on 5/5/15
My dearest and closest friend. We enjoyed life together on morse, Marco, and Naples. We laughed together and cried together, We complained about our deaf husbands over wine and they never heard us! She shared our family events and our children loved her dearly, She will be missed and remembered daily. Wine will never be the same. Diana and denny
 

Patty Johnson posted on 5/4/15
My husband, Dan, is a nephew of Aunt Nellie's. We were hosting the Cook Family Thanksgiving dinner 5 years ago and I had made oyster dressing. Aunt Nellie had a love for this traditional dish. She said to me, "Well, Patty, you are officially a member of the Cook family. The oyster dressing is delicious." It only took me 40 years to be officially a member. Oh, how I loved that lady!!
 

Lolita Maddox posted on 5/4/15
Sorry to read about Nellie's death. My husband and I knew them from Eastern Star and I still have a back scratcher that was given to us at a special night at the Alexandria Chapter. She always had a smile on her face and a pleasure to be around. Lolita Maddox
 

Barbara Brown posted on 5/4/15
Sorry to learn of your lose. She was my third grade teacher and we all loved her. May she rest in peace
 

Johanna Norris posted on 5/4/15
My mother (Norma McCord Norris) was a first cousin to both Nellie and Martha. The stories those wonderful ladies had were the best! I always enjoyed being at family gatherings and experiencing the love they showed for each other. In later years, the remaining cousins would meet monthly at Cracker Barrel for a chance to catch up on what all of their kids and grandchildren were doing. I can just see Nellie, Martha, Charles/Helen, Norma and Margaret Ellen (only one left)/Bob. After I retired, they couldn't wait to include me into the mix. Hope you "cousins" are having a wonderful brunch seated at the big round table in Heaven! I miss you all.
 

Philip Hollingsworth posted on 5/4/15
The prettiest teacher I ever had! (3rd Grade, 1953, Forrest Hills)
 

A former grade school student posted on 5/4/15
I have kind a funny story that involved Mrs. Watson that I've never forgot. I had Mrs. Watson for my 3rd grade teacher @ Washington Elementary school in the early 60's. We were reading in reading class and Mrs. Watson had whoever wanted to read out loud to raise their hands. Several students had their hands raised up that they wanted to read. I had my hand raised up. I didn't want to read. I needed to go to the bathroom. She never did call on me. I was bashful and wouldn't speak up so I had an accident while sitting at my desk. When Mrs. Watson found out, she felt bad that she did not call on me, so she drove me home on her lunch hour so I could change my clothes. She's one of my teachers from days gone by that I really liked and haven't forgot. (You see why I wished to remain anonymous) To the family of Mrs. Watson, you have my sincere condolences. Mothers are special. I'm glad you had her as long as you did.
 

Jeri Gooding posted on 5/3/15
Our family is heartbroken with the loss of our loved one. She was unique and wonderful!
 

Jeri Gooding posted on 5/3/15
Our family is heartbroken with the loss of our dear loved one. She was unique and wonderful.
 

Le'Ann Key posted on 5/3/15
I only had one aunt but never needed any more. She was the perfect aunt. I loved it when she and mom started telling stories, hilarious. I will miss you.
 

Sandy ( Collins) Bennett posted on 5/3/15
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Nellie's passing. Have great memories of spending time with a Connie at Tippy. Always felt very welcome.
 

 
Mike & Jennifer Johnson posted on 4/30/15
Sending prayers to the Family.
 

 
Joe and Lisa posted on 4/29/15
Thinking of you and your family..
 

BARBARA (PAINTER)DANIEL posted on 4/29/15
JOHNNY MY HEARTFELT SYMPATHERY GOES OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY I SAW IT IN THE DAYTON PAPER I AM THE ONLY ONE LEFT IN THE PAINTER FAMILY I HAVE A LOT GOOD MEMORY OF YOUR MOTHER AND YOUR FAMILY BARBARA
 

 
Becky Glover Kendall posted on 4/28/15
My deepest sympathy to all of Eva's family She was a very kind and loving woman.
 

Ainsley Jo Phillips posted on 4/28/15
Bob & Carol -- Thank you for sharing your amazing angel with me!!! I'll never forget him, nor you, either. You've all blessed me so much, and I'm not alone in this... http://empowermentjourneys.blogspot.com/2015/04/scottys-page.html
 

Denna Beeler posted on 4/28/15
Proud to have called this man our friend. He was a great friend and we will miss him dearly. Mike & Denna Beeler
 

Deb Dean posted on 4/28/15
Darrell, so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family.
 

 
Beatnik posted on 4/28/15
Jerry in which I have not seen in years. Thank you for being my brother an friend I know god took you to a better place! To your family Jerry I'm sorry for their loss.
 

Anjie Cox posted on 4/27/15
Darrell and Family I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father, father-in-law, grandfather. He always knew how to put a smile on my face when I'd see him. I'm not sure if I will be able to attend the visitation, but know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Anjie
 

Sandra Richard posted on 4/27/15
Darrell & Family I was so sorry to hear of your father passing away. I wish I could come for visitation it meant so much to me when you came for my mother. It is really hard to let your parents go I know. I will be praying for you and your family. Take care of yourself, and those you love. Sandy
 

 
Tina posted on 4/26/15
So many memories daddy... know I will cherish them and thank you for being the best dad in the world.... I love you
 

Jennifer williams posted on 4/25/15
Sorry for everyone's loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Linda is a great person. I will truly miss her.
 

Scott posted on 4/25/15
sorry for your loss Tina and Daryl you are in my thoughts
 

 
Tina Phipps posted on 4/25/15
Love you daddy
 

Jackie posted on 4/25/15
To the family and friends my deepest condolence for your loss. The Bible holds out a wonderful hope for the future for our dead loved ones. Jesus said "Do not be amazed at this for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..." John 5:28,29. May these words bring you comfort. For more information on this wonderful future go to www.jw.org
 

Jackie posted on 4/25/15
To the family- so sorry to hear of Debbie's death. My deepest condolence. The Bible brings out a delightful hope for our dead loved ones. At John 5;28,29 Jesus said "Do not marvel at this for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..." May these words bring you comfort. For more information go to www.jw.org
 

Jackie posted on 4/25/15
To the family and friends my sincerest deep condolence. The Bible holds out a delightful hope for our dead loved ones. Jesus said at John 5:28,29 "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.." May these words bring you comfort. For more information on the hope for the dead go to www.jw.org
 

Jackie posted on 4/25/15
To the family, my deepest condolence. The Bible holds out a hope for the our dead loved ones. Jesus said at John 5:28,29 "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming when all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..." May these word bring you comfort. For more information on the wonderful hope for our dead loved ones go to www.jw.org.
 

Nancy Tatum posted on 4/24/15
Bob and Carol, Please know that you are in my prayers. Just remember that Scotty is enjoying his well earned time with his Creator. He is dancing and singing! He sees the Holy Spirit like he never did here on earth. Here, he just felt the Spirit and alerted us all to it! God be with you at this time. Much love.
 

 
Dana posted on 4/24/15
I will miss your sense of humor! And a few of the talks we had at the Legion will NEVER be forgotten!! :) . RIP buddy!
 

Kristen Braun posted on 4/23/15
We love you Bev!!!! You and your family are in our prayers!!
 

Kristen Braun posted on 4/23/15
We love you so much, Bev!!! You and your family are in our prayers!
 

Terri White posted on 4/22/15
I'm deeply saddened for the loss of Mr. Wendling. He was always such a sweet and funny man. My heart breaks for all of you and you need to hold on to each other and your happy memories now. My love and prayers are with you all.
 

Christi posted on 4/22/15
Linda was my 2nd cousin, I was a cousin to her mom Rea. My thoughts are with Laura and GIb and Linda's daughter and grandchildren. Christi Holliday
 

Richard and Cheryl Hughes posted on 4/22/15
We pray for you and your family each day and want you to know that your sorrow is not yours alone, we shall miss her and be grateful that heaven is a little better knowing that another angel has graced it's gates. Love you.
 

Jana Sanborn posted on 4/22/15
I am so sorry about Vickie's passing. Thinking about her brought back a flood of memories especially about when Wilbur and my dad carpooled to work. The rest of us would get together and hang out and have fun. Great times with great friends! God bless all of you. Love you.
 

Paulette Poore posted on 4/22/15
Gwen, so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. I am thinking of you and hope you are doing ok. Love you Gwen!
 

 
Denise posted on 4/22/15
Gwen.....thinking of you...
 

 
Denise posted on 4/22/15
For Gwen.....thinking of you.....
 

 
Matthew GIlmore posted on 4/21/15
I will never forget you Cuzin you will turely be missed love you
 

 
Don and Diana Prewitt posted on 4/21/15
Vicki was a great cousin.. She always had a smile on her face.. even when she was feeling bad.. We will miss you cuz.. love you and prayers for your family.. Say hello to the family that are waiting to say hello..
 

 
Anessa Brooks Mosiman posted on 4/21/15
My thoughts and prayers for my family.Let this light shine in memory. FROM US TO YOU....
 

Amanda mason posted on 4/21/15
Jessica I love you girl RIH till we meet again. Prayers for your children and family and friends!
 

 
Stormy Orbik posted on 4/20/15
RIH Linda,,,
 

stormy orbik posted on 4/20/15
RIH Linda,,, may you now rest with Andrea & Bryce,,,
 

Michelle Swallows posted on 4/19/15
Wish to send my deepest regards for the family. I am here for all of you. I love you guys.
 

 
cindy benson posted on 4/19/15
i dont know you but it saddens me of this loss ..take your angel wings and fly pretty girl
 

 
Heather Cooper posted on 4/19/15
Jessica was such an amazing women friend, mother and so much more. She always cared about other people's feeling and had a big heart. I will always remember our time togethe. She will forever remain in my heart. R.I.H beautiful
 

christy pierce posted on 4/19/15
Rest in Heaven with the rest of the beautiful angels Jessica. You'll be missed by alot sweety.
 

 
Jayme Williams posted on 4/19/15
Rest in Heaven Jess. Gone but never forgotten.
 

 
Tamala Whetsel posted on 4/19/15
So young God has a plan for her there.My heart goes out to the family. May you all find peace.
 

 
Candice Meese posted on 4/19/15
R.I.H sweet angel fly high and watch over us
 

Debi Owens posted on 4/18/15
Missi, I am so sorry.
 

Mattie Bonaparte posted on 4/18/15
Jessica was a kind hearted, outgoing, optimistic and beautiful girl and is already greatly missed. It seems so wrong and very unfair that she's gone, that I'm having a hard time accepting it. I know everyone who knew her will have a little less happiness in their days now that she's passed. My sincere heartfelt condolences to Jessica's family, and special condolences to her mother. As a mom, I just can't imagine what you're going through...It's inconceivable and I'm so very sorry that you had to find out how it feels to lose a child. I imagine there's no worse pain in the world. I will continue to pray for you, as well as the kids, the rest of Jessica's family and all her friends as everyone finds a way to make it through this terrible loss.
 

Susanna Harter posted on 4/18/15
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Debbie's death. My sympathy to the entire Hughes Family. May God hold you close in your grief.
 

 
Pat Hammond posted on 4/17/15
Rest In Peace
 

Bea posted on 4/17/15
I’m very sad for the loss of Debra. I hope that the promise of resurrection in the Bible brings you relief. Please read Isaiah 25:8 and Rev. 21:3, 4. May you have peace and comfort.
 

Norm Taylor posted on 4/16/15
I worked with Max in the counseling department, and also when I was at the Anderson Vocational Technical center as head counselor. My ten year relationship was close to Max and the other counselors. My thoughts go with the remaining relatives and I might add, it was a period to be remembered fondly as a co-worker at Anderson High School. Norm Taylor
 

peggy cedoz posted on 4/15/15
I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you
 

Debbie Voorhis posted on 4/15/15
Max Beigh was the head of the counseling department when I started teaching at Anderson High School in 1970. He was always a very friendly person with a big smile on his face. He lived to be 100 which indeed is remarkable. We will miss him.
 

Karl and Jenny Mockler posted on 4/15/15
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 4/15/15
We have lost a fine, fine person. Our world needs more Max Beighs. We will miss seeing him at the bank and post office. A life well lived.
 

 
Deb and Chris Patterson posted on 4/14/15
Thinking of you.
 

Betty Donnelly posted on 4/14/15
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

anthony j chapman posted on 4/13/15
I would like to express my condolences to the family of Larry Friggle during this difficult time of loss. Sincerely Anthony Chapman, Methodist Hospital Radiology (MRI)
 

v. thompson posted on 4/5/15
My sincere condolences to the Robert Whited. May you find comfort in your precious memories, and in God's loving promise to soon "swallow up death forever" and "wipe away the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25;8) With deepest sympathy,
 

Terri Phillips Kyle posted on 4/3/15
Bobby was a great pal growing up!! Lori, big hugs to you and Dan! Also to your parents. So many wonderful memories .
 

John Cox posted on 4/2/15
Chuck, I am so sorry for the loss of your wife, and apologize for not attending the funeral. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you, and may God be with you and your family. I truly miss seeing, and talking with you in the store. Your friends always; John and Beverly Cox
 

Scott and Regina Owens posted on 4/2/15
Terri was a wonderful lady. We appreciate her taking care of Savannah and Boston when they were younger. We are out of town this week, but our prayers go out to Nickie, Landon and all of her family.
 

Jason and Kimberly Sims posted on 4/1/15
Dustin, Audrey, Rylee and Lauren- We wish to extend our sympathy and prayers for your entire family during this difficult time. Please know you are in our thoughts.
 

Mike Lakes posted on 4/1/15
Robert, Barbara, Lori and Dan.....I am very sorry and sad to hear about Bobby passing. I will always remember the fun we had as kids growing up playing sports and hanging out in your basement. I hope God can bring some peace into all your life's during this difficult time. I will keep you all in my prayers and hope to see you at the celebration of life later.
 

Rita Roach Renne posted on 3/31/15
My sincerest condolences on Bobby's passing... a real surprise to me.....
 

Amy and Alyssa Keesling posted on 3/31/15
You will forever be in our hearts. xoxoxo
 

Pam blueher posted on 3/30/15
Be at peace you!...you knew how I felt, just finally be at peace! Love
 

 
Cindy (Morgan) Curler posted on 3/30/15
Once a Pirate alway a Pirate , The Class of 1975. R.I.P.
 

Dayne posted on 3/30/15
We are all gonna miss you. You are a caring and loving man who is supportive and kind. Always fun to be around and never were in a bad mood. I'm gonna miss you
 

Dayne posted on 3/30/15
We are all gonna miss you. You are a caring and loving man who is supportive and kind. Always fun to be around and never were in a bad mood. I'm gonna miss you
 

 
Carolyn Solberg posted on 3/30/15
RIP Bobby
 

Lori Campbell (Moore) posted on 3/30/15
Bobby i will miss seeing you and hearing your funny stories. You were always the gentleman and you always had a compliment for the girls. You will be missed by all of us at the Polish Club. Remembering you fondly. ALWAYS. Rest well my dear friend.
 

 
Jennifer (Sokol) Barker posted on 3/30/15
What a great guy you were Bobby. Gosh, all the laughs we had reminiscing about the crazy times at the Polish Club. I knew you always had my back when I was bartending... even though you would tell me I acted like my dad. RIP my friend you will be dearly missed.
 

 
Sheree posted on 3/30/15
Terri, my friend, I enjoyed our talks and I will miss you very much! RIL
 

Bill posted on 3/30/15
My Brother Chuck. I am so sorry for your loss. May God grant comfort to you and your family. Your brother Bill Lantz
 

Julie Rinker Mitchell posted on 3/30/15
Great memories growing up in the old neighborhood. Surprised & saddened as I happened upon this info today. Lori, I can appreciate the "brother" humor, we both endured growing up with 2 of them! Comfort & thoughtful prayers extended to the Whited family.
 

Jeanie posted on 3/30/15
Chuck, I am so sorry for you & your family's loss. Know that your Southdale family is praying for you all !!
 

Ronnie Meyer posted on 3/30/15
Bobby, this all happened way to quick. Sleep well now my friend. I'm so glad that I got to know you a little bit. I'll never eat chicken wings without thinking of you & your Mom & brother & of corse your Beautiful Sister. You were a good brother with a big heart. You & Jesica & John are back together. Enjoy my friend. You will be missed. Much love. From Ronnie
 

 
Lori posted on 3/30/15
Bobby, bobby , My oldest brother. I know you are one happy man in your new journey. Glad to have you as my brother. (At time I didn't ). Haha. I will miss also. And I will see you later. Love you forever.
 

Judi Bautista posted on 3/30/15
My prayers are with the family (stronger then you think). Cousin Chuck, stay stong and know I am thinking of you. Judi
 

Ed Menke posted on 3/30/15
Thoughts and prayers are with the family for their loss. Rest in Peace Ms. Terri...
 

Linda White posted on 3/30/15
Terri was a kind and special person,played games on face book with her often,she would get so mad when her game was slow,as well as friends with Nickie,my thoughts and prayers are with the family for this terrible loss,
 

 
Jeannie posted on 3/30/15
love you
 

 
Cindy & Rick Patton posted on 3/29/15
Terri was a special lady ....her care for my (Cindy's) father in his later years was proof of her good heart and caring. Her loving and caring spirit will undoubtedly continue to shine on through her children and grandchildren. Our love and prayers to all.
 

 
Christine Gehlhausen posted on 3/29/15
You will be missed by Family and Friends.I will keep them in my thoughts and Prayers!I know God has a plan for all of us but you left to soon!Your Sister in law Brenda is a friend of mine....special Lady! Rest in Peace!
 

Robby Roberts posted on 3/29/15
To the entire Williams family, I am so very sorry for your loss. The Williams family are in my prayers and thoughts. Robby Roberts
 

James Ray posted on 3/28/15
I have known Pete & Mary since junior high school. Except for when Pete & I worked together at the Madison County Police Department I seldom saw Pete without Mary. It will be difficult from now on not to see them together. They were perfect for each other and shared a relationship most people cannot imagine. They have been guests in our home many times over the past decades with enjoyable visits, and my wife and I will miss not having them here together again. Knowing Pete the way I do I can only imagine his sorrow but not really feel his personal anguish. Donna & I will be with him in spirit and prayer now and for ever. James (Jim) & Donna Ray Nashville
 

Jerry and Betty Clem posted on 3/27/15
Mary was a very sweet soul! We feel privileged to have become family through the Love of our children. She will be sadly missed but never forgotten in our hearts or memories. Our prayers continue to be with all the family. Love, Jerry and Betty
 

Julie Crull posted on 3/24/15
Bob and Theresa, I have such fond memories of spending time with all of you. Ruth was always fun to be around. I remember that bicycle built for two that you had. We felt so cool riding that around. I remember you coming to our house in Chesterfield too for cook outs. Dad would fire up the grill; (although he wasn't as good of a cook as mom was...LOL..).My heart goes out to both of you and I hope you find comfort knowing she is no longer in pain and in a much better place. I am sorry that I could not make it today, however please know I am there in spirit. God bless you both. Love, Julie
 

Joyce A. Mosbaugh posted on 3/24/15
So sorry to hear of Pearls passing. She was my across the street neighbor for several years and I certainly enjoyed talking with her. Still miss her there. Thoughts and prayers to her family.
 

Sharlet Sexton South posted on 3/23/15
Sheena, So sorry for the loss of your mother. Mothers & daughters have a special bond and a special love. Prayers & warm thoughts for you and Gary.
 

Cindy Crull Ripberger posted on 3/23/15
Bob and Theresa: I am so sorry to hear about Ruth's passing. I know she had been in ill health for some time. Our family has many great memories of wonderful times spent with all of you. Although I will be unable to attend the service tomorrow, you will be in my thoughts and prayers. With love, Cindy Crull Ripberger
 

Terri Schleuder posted on 3/23/15
I was so sorry to hear of Ruth's passing. I have many fond childhood memories of the Crull clan and the Bahler clan at many events, vacations at Lake Barbee, cookouts, family visits, and sleepovers. Our sympathy, love, thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. I wish I could be there in person but will be thinking of Ruth on Tuesday. Love, Terri (Crull) Schleuder Novi, Michigan
 

Brandi Demick posted on 3/22/15
So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
 

Cindy Downham White posted on 3/21/15
My thoughts and prayers are going out for you all.
 

Robin Eytchison posted on 3/21/15
So sorry for your loss. She will live always in your hearts and memories.
 

PamMahaffeyWatson posted on 3/21/15
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart holds a special spot for your family and my prayers are for you.
 

Mandy R Miller posted on 3/20/15
I just new Marie for a short time but she was definitely a blessing and such a beautiful person. It was my honor to care for her at Bethany Pointe and I always looked forward to her smile and chatting with her. Jodie and the entire Phillips family, I pray the lord comforts you and holds you close during this time of loss. My love and heartfelt prayers go to you all. Mandy R. Miller, CRCA/CNA Bethany Pointe Health Campus
 

Michelle Guion Connell posted on 3/17/15
So sorry for your loss. She was a special lady. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Laura Clymer posted on 3/17/15
Dear Pat, Cynthia, and families, We were all just heartbroken to hear of Loyce's passing. He will be remembered by many and missed by all! He was such a loving, funny, and very special man! God bless and keep all of you. Sincerely, Laura Clymer
 

 
Martha Quaid posted on 3/17/15
Strong, hard working, loving, kind, generous, funny, beautiful, loved by many! it was my honor to know and be loved by her!!
 

Brian and Lee Ann Cope posted on 3/16/15
Our deepest sympathy goes out to Jody, Jay, Sharon and all of Marie's family. Marie & Bob were always very kind and generous to both of us. They provided many opportunities for me as a young man. Marie was a special lady, and will be greatly missed by all. Please know that you are very much in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Brian and Lee Ann Cope
 

Irene Shoemaker posted on 3/15/15
What a lovely lady! I always enjoyed seeing Marie, she had a sense of humor,a giving spirit, and a zest for life. She will be missed. My condolences to the family. Irene Shoemaker, Jimzac Salon.
 

Joel Beaty posted on 3/14/15
I have fond memories of Marie and the Phillips family---friends and neighbors so long ago. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Joel (Bennett) Beaty
 

Mary Andreoli Wells posted on 3/13/15
Sharon, JoEllen and Jay, the memories of 40 years are too many to list. Loved your Mom from the moment I met her. She was so embracing of the Andreoli's and accepting us all into the Phillips clan. So many great times over the years. Take comfort that she is at rest and reunited with Bob. My prayers are with you and your families. Love you all very much. Steve and Mary Andreoli Wells
 

Robin Gustin posted on 3/12/15
Gary & Eric.... I'm so sorry to learn of your mother's passing. She was so sweet-natured, kind & always sharing her homemade treats with me (219 W 38th St). May God be with you & your loved ones during this time of sadness.
 

John G. Kane posted on 3/9/15
My deepest sympathy to you Joy, and your family in the loss of a wonderful person. I am pleased to have had Michael employed with me during some tough business times, and remember how he always provided me with encouragement to continue on in life. Unfortunately, I am not able to be available for Michael's funeral services; however, he will be in my prayers, and I am setting up a special Memorial of Masses with the St. Anthony League of Franciscan Missions for Michael's intentions. God bless you all.
 

Carla Anderson posted on 3/9/15
Joy I worked with you years ago at St. John's Hospital - sending prayers to you and your family for the loss of your loved one.
 

Anna hurt posted on 3/8/15
Mrs.ave I am so sorry for ur loss you are at a good funeral home they do the best they can to help you. I am so sorry for your loss. Love Anna jaismyne and my mom Rhonda P.s. Your to students from school.
 

Mike Ohaver posted on 3/8/15
Terry, I was attending the Purdue game yesterday (Mar 7th) and Jeff Coffel came in and sat in front of me. He and I were reminiscing about the good old days and I mentioned Jim. He then told me about seeing Jim's obit in the Anderson Paper. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He was way too young to leave us. I always enjoyed his company from back in the days at Pi Kappa Phi at Purdue to the b-ball games at Mackey of more recent times. He was a great person with a super sense of humor and a true Boilermaker. Maybe from beyond the Pearly Gates he is helping in the success of the b-ball team this year. My sincere condolences.
 

Darcy Downie posted on 3/8/15
Dear Lori, Alex and Rachel, So sorry for your loss. May peace and love be with you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Denny & Nancy Williamson posted on 3/8/15
Joy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at your loss.
 

Mark & Brenda Sullivan posted on 3/8/15
Lori, You are in our thoughts & prayers today and the days to follow.
 

Judith Hanson posted on 3/8/15
Joy, so very sorry for your tremendous loss. Prayers for you and your loved ones. Please have hope in tomorrow, have faith in the everlasting, and take comfort in the love of family and friends. You are in my thoughts, my heart, and my prayers.
 

John & Jane Chismar posted on 3/7/15
Our Greatest respect for your mother, Helen Edwards. Our thoughts are with with the family. John and Jane Chismar
 

 
Laura Lakey Dye posted on 3/6/15
Aunt Alda, Cousin Christine, and Uncle Ward set up a special visit for me with them for a whole week when I was a youngster. I had the best time! We did so many things and the whole week was special. I will always remember Aunt Alda's kindness and her great sense of humor along with all that great Indiana cooking! Rest in peace, Auntie! Christine, my thoughts are with you - I know how much you loved your mother. Cousin Laura
 

Trudy Perkins posted on 3/6/15
I am in Fl. for the winter and just read of Helen's passing. I will miss her smiling face. She was truly a lady. And she was so proud of her sons. I know you will cherish all your memories of your loving mother.
 

Lanis E. Kineman posted on 3/6/15
Dear Christine, I was just informed of your mother's passing by Kay Vanderluit and I am e-mailing to express my condolence in your loss.I remember your time of service to the Bethany Christian Church while I was Minister. I have been in Arizona since 1990 and now reside in Freedom Plaza in Peoria, Az. I remember your faithful service as secretary to me at the church. May God's comfort be felt at this time of your loss and your mother's graduation. Frienduringly yours, Lanis.
 

Lanis E. Kineman posted on 3/6/15
Dear Christine, I have been informed of your mother's passing and I want to express
 

 
George Rich posted on 3/6/15
My thoughts and prayers are with my friend Gary and his family during this sad time. Gerber
 

The street family posted on 3/6/15
your family was blessed as ours is to have your mother for so many years. Wanda is nearly 96. Warm thoughts go out to your families.
 

Neil & Rosie Manzenberger posted on 3/5/15
Eric & Gary: I will never forget your moms laughter and the great cook that she was. She was a great lady and she will always have a special place in my heart. Neil & Rosie Manzenberger
 

Alberta McClarnon Nelson posted on 3/5/15
Christy I want you to know I am thinking of you today with sympathy and prayers. Your mother and mine were such good friends and neighbors for many years. I am sure they are reuniting in Heaven today. Love, Alberta
 

 
Laura posted on 3/4/15
I love and miss you so much.
 

Rebecca posted on 3/4/15
CHRISTOPHER, I'M SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR GRANDMA! I KNOW YOU REALLY LOVED HER ALOT. PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS. TAKE CARE, REBECCA
 

Gen Watson posted on 3/4/15
Jennifer & Lyne, I am so terribly sorry to hear about Donnie. My heart breaks for you. I hadn't seen Donnie in a long time, but I remember a sweet little boy, full of mischief and smiles. My prayers are with you.
 

Debra Adams-Mayo posted on 3/3/15
I am sending up prayers for you and your family, Donnie Sr. He was so loved.
 

Debbie & Keli Turney posted on 3/2/15
Little Donnie was a very talented young man, he was our Nephew & we loved him very dearly, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Family.We love and miss you our sweet little Nephew, you will truly be missed, Gone but never forgotten!!
 

 
Sonya Balser posted on 3/1/15
My heart is breaking 4 ur family. I am so greatly sorry for ur pain, ur loss. Donnie was a great kid with an enormous heart ♡ I will miss him a great deal! Prayers for ur family, for ur brokenness )':
 

 
Carolyn Baldwin posted on 3/1/15
RIP DONNIE. YOU WILL BE MISSED.
 

 
geneva lqne posted on 3/1/15
My prayers go out to his family and friends
 

Sarah Saxton posted on 3/1/15
Donnie, You are going to be missed very, very much! You were close with my cousins & family of mine, and you were such a sweet, funny guy!:) I give my best condolences to family&friends! May you Rest In Heaven, Donnie!!:)
 

 
sonya and Alic9a posted on 2/28/15
You was a great friend and loved by so many. We loved the time we had with you but so fast gone from us. May you find peace with God and always look down on us and see our love for you. R.I.P
 

 
Darlene Steinwachs posted on 2/28/15
Thinking and praying for family ..
 

 
Ambriana Hunter posted on 2/28/15
I LOVE YOU BIG BROTHER , HOPE YOU KNOW THAT I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU , YOUR FINALLY FREE !
 

 
sheila reed burt posted on 2/28/15
Love and miss you Aunt Dorothy
 

 
Kirsten Davis & Brittany Cox posted on 2/27/15
Fly High Donnie, you will be greatly missed!! Fly High bubba
 

brad ramsey posted on 2/27/15
Rest in peace buddy, you was a real respectful young man, and will never be forgotten. Until we meet again Please watch over your family.
 

 
christopher slade posted on 2/27/15
Rip
 

 
Beth Patterson posted on 2/27/15
Donnie had such a good heart. He was my daughter's first love. He stayed many days at our house & did lots of family stuff with us. He played with Hayla's little brothers. Always spending time with them. Taking them on walks. I remember Tyson would just sit on the couch & cuddle up with him. He taught Tyson how to draw. He always was willing to help & would do anything for you. He would give the shirt off his back if you needed it even if it was his only shirt. My heart aches that he is gone. He has touched so many people. Even though he was troubled, he always put on a smile. I wish there was something more I could have done to maybe change his path. I pray Donnie has finally found peace. No more turmoil. No more tears. He used to call me mom bcuz for a few years I was like a second mom to him. I'm gonna miss seeing his smile. May you Rest In Peace Donnie <3
 

 
scotty posted on 2/27/15
fly high brother love ya man will remember you forever knoone ever knew i called you lil rocco then the smile that followed i cant forget.till we meet again r.i.h lil d
 

Kourtnee Marcrum posted on 2/27/15
Donnie when I first met you I fell in love with you. With that beautiful smile and big heart of yours. You were a great friend and will never be forgotten. You could put a smile on everyone's face and everyone loved you. Fly high buddy. <3
 

cheyenne coats posted on 2/27/15
Donnie you hung out with my brother and we went to school together you were an awesome friend it is heart breaking that your gone you were to gone but I know your in a better place fly high gone but never forgotten
 

Laura Porter posted on 2/27/15
I miss you Grandma. You will never be forgotten. I am just glad the suffering is over.
 

Derik Jones posted on 2/27/15
I wanna start by sayin donnie u was my brother an u are going to be missed so much everyday but never forgotten. U was there fo me through the ups an downs an I remember when we used to ride round atown all day chillin an u rappin all the time...u are my bestfriend an I will never find or have another friend like u was to me bubba I love u an am going to miss u so much but I will never forget u bub u are my guardian angle now watchin over me everyday I love u so much brother reast in heaven easy...r.i.h!!! U are missed but never forgotten! !!!!!!
 

melva & kevin stisser posted on 2/27/15
Your mother was such a lovely lady and one of Gods' angels. Sorry for your loss.
 

 
Tayler Beemer posted on 2/27/15
Rip lil homie, your were a great kid and will be missed very much by a lot of people.
 

 
Billy Carter posted on 2/27/15
Wish we could have one more adventure together..We always had a blast especially riding the fourwheeler's! Your time with us was cut too short bud & I will always remember you. I still can't absorb that yr not gonna be around. I'm sure yr still venturing on threw...in Heaven
 

WilmWilliams posted on 2/27/15
Dear Family, I share your loss.I lost a son,in 2013, found dead.I found much comfort, in Gods word.The Bible, promises the ressurection hope.Jehovah God, cannot Lie, Titus; 1;2 says.Then we have the sure promise, of Jesus, @ John; 5: 28-29.Donny will rise, when Jesus, voice reaches, to him from the grave.My son was Donny, to for Darnell.I hope this brings you comfort, as it did me, for this is my purpose.
 

Bea posted on 2/27/15
To the Loved ones of Dorothy. My desire that in this difficult time all your family and friends receive the comfort they need. John 5:28, 29 contains words of hope to give us wonderful hope for the future resurrection where we eternally enjoy the company of our beloved without diseases and suffering. (Psalm 37:11, 29) Have comfort and peace.
 

wilma posted on 2/27/15
Joyce, So sorry for your loss. Sorry I did not hear about it in time to come to the service. You were lucky to have with you for so long, but is still not easy to let go. She sure raised a great family to carry on her values. Love you and hope to see you soon. Wilma
 

Linda Whitehouse posted on 2/27/15
Gail, Joyce: Your family is in my prayers. The times that I went to your home with Gail your parents were so sweet, kind, to the new kid at Hardin & Balsers. I'm so sorry for your loss. Love Linda
 

Wanda (Farrell) Garrett posted on 2/26/15
Ina lived a long and wonderful life with her Children, I remember my Sister Nancy and I would walk up to your home on Lone Oak Drive and all us kids would have a blast playing together many years has passed but we still have our memories, we didn't have cell phones computers we had God's whole outside to play with each other my heart and prayers go out to Joyce, Gail, Jerry, and Brad and their families you are with God your Father now and will live a peaceful life forever my comfort is with your Children sorry I couldn't be there. I found out to late. God Bless all of you, in your memories with your Mom. In loving Memory Wanda (Farrell) Garrett
 

Chris Calabria posted on 2/26/15
Brad & Family, So sorry to read of your loved one's passing. I pray God will Bless and comfort your Family during this time of sadness.
 

 
Margie posted on 2/26/15
That you were blessed with Ina as your Mother will always be a treasured memory to hold dear in your hearts. She will be greatly missed but her memory always cherished. Love you, Neighbor, Margie Dishon
 

 
Mary Brown posted on 2/26/15
Joyce, A Mothers Love is True, Love You, Mary
 

Jody Walker Pierce posted on 2/26/15
I was so sorry to hear about your dad and I did not realize that your mom has also passed. I have so many good memories of the house on Broadway and your parents and the trouble we (Debbie) and I would get into. I also remember the time Willie and my dad took us to Cincinnati to a baseball game. I will always remember his quiet ways and his wry sense of humor. Your parents raised some good kids and long time friends. Know you are always in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Anita (Kinser) Atkinson posted on 2/22/15
I just heard today about Bubby's passing! I am so sorry to hear this. Vicky, Penny and Fred Sr. I sure would have been at the viewing had I known. You are all in my prayers. I will always remember Bubby!!!
 

 
Joyce Burnett posted on 2/19/15
We shared a bond of playing piano and discussing musical styles and how to play particular hymns and gospel songs. Your music will live on as we listen and watch the DVD that was made a few years ago. No one else had your style--it was a unique and gifted talent given to you by God. Through the years you shared that beautiful piano music for your church and for gospel groups as well as for your family and friends. We thank you for using the special gift you were given! We love you and will miss you and your beautiful music!
 

Rick Hofacker posted on 2/19/15
Wanda, I am deeply sorry for the recent loss of your husband Donny. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God bless you. Rick
 

Toya Ash posted on 2/19/15
I'm so very sorry to hear about Freddie. All my thoughts, prayers and love go out to Nancy, Greg, his Dad and the rest of his family and friends. I've know Freddie for a very long time and he always had a big smile and a hug and of course plenty of kidding and joking. I will miss running into him and Nancy around Anderson. Gods blessings and love help comfort you all at this time.
 

Laurance Gaines III posted on 2/18/15
As your step grandson I would like to say how proud I am to have known you. Thank you for being such a cool guy and touching the world in such a good way. Peace:)
 

Kira (Jenkins) Dishman posted on 2/18/15
I have so many fond memories of working with Shirley at Main Street Pay Less. It had been several years since I had seen her, I am so sorry for your loss.
 

jesse stone posted on 2/17/15
Fred you will be missed my friend. It was a pleasure working with you for so many years see you again
 

Angie Snyder posted on 2/16/15
Wanda, I am so very sorry for your loss and your pain. Please know that I am praying for you and your family. Love you
 

Natasha Downs posted on 2/16/15
Wanda, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for peace for you and your family. God Bless you all in this difficult time! With love, Natasha
 

Jim Vincent posted on 2/16/15
I worked with Erma at Pay Less in the sixties and seventies. She was a great lady.
 

Chyral Oliver posted on 2/16/15
Wanda, I am so sorry for your loss. Please let me know if you need anything or if I can be of help to you and your family.
 

Ashley Keller posted on 2/15/15
I'm very sorry for your loss. I read this post a day late, I would have came to pay my respects. I remember Shirley from kroger. One thing I know she loved was coffee she would drink it all day! We will miss your sweet and funny personality ! Rip
 

Gary Mooney posted on 2/14/15
Donny was one of the best friends I ever had. I will miss him REST IN HEAVEN BUDDY.
 

Danielle Herrington posted on 2/13/15
Chris and family sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers.
 

PAM MAHAFFEY WATSON posted on 2/13/15
MIKE, I AM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MY HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES.
 

Kelly posted on 2/13/15
I have such fond memories. I will forever think of you when I pass a hobby lobby, see a fridge stocked with cokes, or eat a chocolate pie. You loved your things but I know without a shadow of a doubt you loved us more than anything. I will miss your hugs, your "I love you"s every time we talked, and your famous lipstick kisses. You were everything I could have asked for in a granny. I am so thankful for your presence in my life and will think of you daily. Till we meet again sweet granny. I love you!
 

Tanya Grice Pruitt posted on 2/12/15
I'm so sorry for your loss. Praying for your family!
 

Kathy Randolph posted on 2/12/15
So sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers for u all
 

Chris Ansted posted on 2/12/15
Prayers for you and your family.
 

Kelsey Johnson posted on 2/12/15
Prayers for the family.
 

Michelle Shuck posted on 2/12/15
Chris, So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers being sent to you and your family. Michelle
 

 
karen mahin posted on 2/11/15
So sorry...much love to you all.
 

Linda, Jeremy and Nathan posted on 2/11/15
Thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday, and days before that too. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. All I have are memories and pictures in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake, with which I'll never part. God has you in his keeping, I have you in my heart.
 

Susan Clark posted on 2/11/15
I am so very sorry to hear this news. I will never forget Keith "teaching" Michelle not to go out into the street when she was a very little girl on Raintree Drive. It was funny and sweet--what a good dad.
 

Justin Shuck posted on 2/11/15
My Granny I thank God for my Granny, My Granny named Irene, Without whom I would not be, Existing in life's scene For my Granny and my Grandpa Herb, Took in my aunt and dad, And saved them from a life unsure, They gave of all they had. Grandpa passed before my birth, I miss a man I never knew, But I sure did love my Granny, And I knew she loved me too. Now she's home in Heaven, She had that faith within, But I'll always miss my Granny, Until we meet again. Keep your family ever close, Let love not be amiss, Show your love like Granny, With "I love you" and a kiss.
 

Jane Doty Lyons posted on 2/10/15
Meghan so sorry for the loss of your dad. I also lost my dad to cancer last year. You are in my thoughts and prayers,
 

Nancy Remington posted on 2/10/15
Denny and Nancy and kids. So sorry to here about your sister. I don't take the paper and did not find out until I was trying to find your phone number and got to this site. If you get a chance could you give me a call. I'd like to ask you some questions about your heart transplant. Again very sorry about your sister. Still miss you guys coming to sit on the patio. Love, Nancy
 

Janice Phelps posted on 2/10/15
Michelle you an your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Marcia posted on 2/10/15
I am truly sorry for your loss, just knowing Keith these last few weeks, will leave me with memories of a man who smiled even when facing his own ending. I will keep you all in my prayers and thoughts. Nurse Marcia from 5 south
 

Sarah &Jack Cline posted on 2/9/15
My husband Jack and I worked with Keith at GM plant 20. Kieth was always such a nice guy. Our condolences go out to his family.
 

Linda Timblin posted on 2/9/15
I will always remember Keith and he was a sweet guy! Hes the guy that nominated me for prom queen in our school days and that gives me great memories thanks to Keith. !! My Prayers going up for the family for strength and Gods comfort.
 

Shelly Baker posted on 2/9/15
One of my fondest memories of Keith was when Meaghan n Brittney were suppose to go skating then spend night at Keith hse. Normally, i trusted the girls so didn't check on them. But that night I had a gut feeling to call Keith. He told me they were at another girl's hse. I was furious. He calmed me down n said he wd ck things out call me bk. He called bk n said he wd bring them home n morning. I asked him not to mention to Britt that I knew. He prolly wanted to warn her she was n big trouble but the next morning after Keith dropped her off, I was waiting! Man Brittney got it good. Never again, did she try pulling one over on ole Mom. Keith's gonna be sadly missed by sooo many. An amazing man, father, grandfather, n friend. RIP! Until we meet again.
 

NAOMI DENNY posted on 2/9/15
PHYLLIS WAS SUCH A PRECIOUS AND DEAR WOMAN. SHE WAS VERY GOOD AND DEAR TO OUR FAMILY. WE ARE SURE SHE IS IN HEAVEN SINGING AND REJOICING IN GOD'S PRESENCE. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH EACH OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES AS THIS GREAT LOSS HAS TOUCHED YOUR FAMILIES.
 

William & Wendy Bruner posted on 2/9/15
R.I.P Keith Bowers . GOD Bless Your Family
 

Francis Hall posted on 2/8/15
Mike we are all so sorry for the passing of your mother. She always had a smile and kind word for everyone and always showed her pride in her family. She will be greatly missed. Chris Swango, Francis Hall and Bob Swango(the other one)
 

 
cathy bell guffey posted on 2/8/15
May God rest your soul my childhood and church friend. I will always remember your big smile and kind heart
 

 
Carrie posted on 2/8/15
My deepest condolences to you and the family Pammy!! Love you
 

Pete Dodd posted on 2/8/15
Mike so sorry to hear about your mother. My Mom and her were friends as she did Mom's hair for some years. i Hope all is well with you and family. God bless Pete Dodd
 

 
Trisha posted on 2/8/15
He was the best God Father a girl could have!! There will never be anyone to hug like Keith!!! Love and miss him so much!!! Prayers to the whole family!
 

Pam Gregg posted on 2/8/15
Phillips, you will be missed, you were such a very nice person and friend, you gave me many nice hair-do's, you were the only one who did it right. I know you are with your heavenly father now, and may you rest in peace. Your Friend, Pam. Gregg
 

Connie Spencer Blevins posted on 2/7/15
Erma helped at the Grand Opening of PayLess on Elmwood Avenue in Lafayette around 1960. Our mother, Kathleen Spencer, was in line at the opening. Each year after the opening, they had a huge, sheet birthday cake ( prizes in capsule) that Erma would serve. Our mother remembers after finishing for the day, Erma would stop by their house on Kossuth Street for a visit. She would relax and talk with my Dad (Glen - Bubs- Spencer, her first cousin) whom she called "Cuz" before returning to Anderson. She was a sweet person.
 

 
charlotte posted on 2/7/15
all i can say is i am so sorry and you will be missed by so many
 

charlotte posted on 2/7/15
i am so sorry i will miss you terribly even though i have only know you for 3 years i feel as though i have know you for a very long time.god only knows why he wanted you so im not questing that. but who will i have my talks with and our late night coffee breaks with where we would sit outside at 12 and 1 in the morning when its warm out just talking about your kids and my kids. i know i will really miss you i know we will see each other one day but until that day hope you are having a wonderful time meeting all of your new neighbors.i know now you are no longer in any pain. and to your family i am deepley sorry if i can help you i will your friend charlotte
 

kaybodle Fields posted on 2/6/15
Erma, is my dear sister/friend-----in 1973, she took me under her wing , so to speak, and became my mentor at Pay Less Super Markets . She was always there for me, We were always sister/friends, when she and Ken came to Mesa , they used to visit and take me out to dinner and I loved it. They had me over to the farm a couple of times/ and then came here to Harter House and Vermillion Place to visit.me. Erma was the most generous person , she loved people and they loved her. She had many ups and downs in her life, but she always came up shinning, partly because of her Christian love and also, the other people in her life who gave her the courage and love to stay on top of the problems. I had planned to be at b,b and diedring's at least this afternoon, but my plans were changed ,because of a break out of the flu--several more people today, so I did not want to chance both it and possibly give my ride and or any one at your place the nasty bug. (this strain must be one that was not in the flu shot) Brian and Toni , You know I loved and respected your mother so much. You are both fortunate, (like I am) to have wonderful memories of your mother. May God continue to surround you with His love. Walk in love, joy, peace, and the grace of our Lord, He is now with Him. kay bodle fields Vermillion Place
 

Karen Spencer Rowan & Family posted on 2/6/15
So very sorry to hear of Irma's passing. I remember her from my much younger days. She and my father, Donovan Spencer were first cousins. I remember her from the Potter/Spencer family reunions in and near Russellville. She will be missed.
 

 
Debbie Cox posted on 2/6/15
Best mother-in-law ever. She was the sweetest woman and a heart of gold. She will be missed.
 

Ruth Cunningham Adams posted on 2/5/15
I have the fondest memories of celebrating New Years Eve John and Erma.
 

Bob Pavey posted on 2/5/15
To the family of Don Burnett. We offer our sympathy at the passing of a very special man. In our years of ministry we regard Don as a friend and one of the most faithful and talented men we had the privilege of serving with. His keyboard abilities made many a musician and worship leader look good and often served as a gateway into the very presence of God. Bob & Marcia Pavey
 

David & Cindy Hauser posted on 2/4/15
Dear Gary, Brenda, Dan, and Bruce, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. We will be praying for your family through this difficult time. Sorry we can not be there to see and talk to you as we are in Florida for the winter. Love, Cindy & Dave
 

Leland and Janet Goins posted on 2/4/15
We are so very sorry to hear about Don. We always enjoyed his and Ruby's friendship when we attended church with them or in some form of fellowship with them. To the family, we know this is a hard time and our prayers and sympathy is with you. May God bless all of you during this time. Leland and Janet Goins Hiram, GA.
 

john and karen mckay carter posted on 2/4/15
So sorry for the loss to your family, but the wonderful gain in heavens angels doing God's work.
 

 
cole posted on 2/4/15
I love you granny always will
 

 
cole posted on 2/4/15
I love you granny always will.
 

glenda baker posted on 2/3/15
I am so sorry to hear of Ramona's passing.She was an awesome lady.I always enjoyed talking to her .She will be missed.My prayers and thoughts go out to her family.Phyllis i am so sorry .....Love ,Glenda
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 2/2/15
To The Ballinger family-We are saddened by the news of Dave's passing. Many of us have fond memories of Dave and our earlier years. We hope your many fond memories sustain you now and in the future.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 2/2/15
Gary, Laura and family-We are saddened by this news. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.
 

Nancy Neal posted on 2/1/15
Marion was very kind to me when we worked at Sam Rose. I was young and he was older, wise & a gentleman in every way. I'll always remember that smile!
 

Bill Zerkel posted on 2/1/15
My condolences to Gary and his family. Your father was a wonderful man. Not only was he the pillar of your family but was a very important part of many lives in the Anderson community. May God bless!
 

Lloyd & Gail Shinholt posted on 1/31/15
Gene and Missy were regulars coming into Little Rascals. We will miss our conversations about current events, and of course love of Cadillacs. Gene was always a bright spot in the day and will be missed. Our deepest condolences to the family. Sincerely Lloyd & Gail Shinholt
 

Sherie McClure posted on 1/31/15
I was saddened to hear of Ramona's passing. I had the pleasure of working with Ramona at Payless. I loved her to pieces. She was a great cook. I remember one year she made me a birthday cake. She was a wonderful lady that I'm glad to have been able to call my friend.
 

Kellee Trueblood Anderson posted on 1/31/15
My condolences to you and your family.
 

John & Carol Reynolds posted on 1/30/15
Ellen and Jessica: I was extremely saddened when I learned of Dave's passing. I will always treasure the years that Dave and I were friends and colleagues during our time at Tri State. Our years working together were some of the most memorable and enjoyable during my career. Dave's dedication to Tri State as an administrator and alum is unparalleled. He came onboard as Vice President for Business during one of the University's most financially difficult periods in its history. Dave was a key player in the turnaround of the University during the 1990's. Ellen and Jessica, Carol and I will always treasure Dave's memory and the good times we had together. Our thoughts and prayers are with both of you during this difficult time. John & Carol Reynolds
 

 
Jean Hornberger posted on 1/30/15
Laura wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you and your family. Since I just done going through this part of life I know how you must feel. May the Lord be with you and your family at this time. Jean H
 

Patsy Trueblood posted on 1/29/15
Walt, I am so sorry for your loss and quite shocked. I did not know Norma was that ill. I have known Norma for many years and have some fond memories of her. Your dad was my second cousin and I knew Norma before they were married. I ran around with Janice when we were young. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. Patsy Trueblood
 

Gene & Irene Jones posted on 1/29/15
Walt, Gene & I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother. She was a very sweet lady. We had been friends with Buck and Norma forever. And as you know Gene & Buck worked together and the four of us bowled together many years ago. God Bless Gene & Irene
 

Andy Arndt posted on 1/29/15
I had the distinct pleasure of getting to know Dave through high school basketball and golf coaching. His support and coverage of this areas student-athletes was very special. Dave even thought enough of me to allow me to commentate a high school football game alongside of him. My nerves were calmed as Dave quickly put me at ease in the press box. I'm left a life-long memory of Dave and if I had the chance I'd thank him for the opportunity he gave me. RIP Dave, you will be missed, but you will certainly not be forgotten.
 

Dick Hack posted on 1/29/15
Ellen, Jessica, and family, Upon hearing the sad news of the passing of your husband/father, one cannot help but to reflect back on a lifetime of service Dave so selflessly gave to the Angola community and Tri-State University. I consider myself extremely fortunate to have not only known David, but having worked with him and participated with Dave in several of his hobbies he was so passionate about. I echo the sentiment of Butch and Dorothy Perchan who expressed the gratitude of alumni and community citizens when Dave took a very active role in rescuing Tri-State University, paving the way for the success the college is experiencing today. As a young head basketball coach, I spent many times in Dave's office in the bank drawing upon Dave's experience in basketball assisting me with the expectations and the direction of basketball program. Dave had a very positive influence in my professional development. The Hack family deeply expresses our condolences to Ellen, Jessica and the Ballinger family. May David rest in peace.
 

Bea posted on 1/29/15
To the Loved ones of Ramona. My desire that in this difficult time all your family and friends receive the comfort they need. John 5:28, 29 contains words of hope to give us wonderful hope for the future resurrection where we eternally enjoy the company of our beloved without diseases and suffering. (Psalm 37:11, 29) Have comfort and peace.
 

Doug Vermillion posted on 1/28/15
Condolences to Dave's family and friends on his passing. Some of the most enduring memories from our high school days involve Dave. He was a friend to so many and will be missed by all who knew him.
 

John Wysong posted on 1/28/15
Dave was a great guy! He loved his community and Trine University. All of my teammates at Tri-State thought the world of him and saw him as a true friend to all.
 

Gene Divens posted on 1/28/15
Walt, my condolences on the loss of your mom.
 

Larry & Joyce Corell posted on 1/28/15
Ellen, our sincere sympathy goes out to you and Jessica. We were so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. He was a great guy and a good friend. You are both in our prayers
 

Denny Springer posted on 1/28/15
The leadership, wisdom and integrity of Dave Ballinger have made a most positive impact on all of us in the Steuben County. Dave’s community saw his leadership early on as he led the TSU basketball team while earning the title of Mr. Tri-State. Dave’s impeccable integrity enabled his long and successful career in the financial and banking business. Dave’s wisdom to look to the future for the financial means to provide community growth and educational opportunity for youth thrives today in the form of our Community Foundation. Dave’s passion for bringing high school sports to his community via the radio would often end with an interview featuring praise and encouragement to some deserving young athlete of the evening. Dave had been that deserving young athlete himself at one time and then continued on to lead his life as an active and involved example of leadership, integrity and wisdom. Though you will be missed by so many Dave, we know God has much more for you to do. May God’s blessing on the Ballinger family.
 

Linda Speakman-Yerick posted on 1/28/15
Dear Ellen, Jessica, and family, A traveler met three stonecutters along a road and asked each what he was doing. The first man responded that he was cutting stone. The second said that he was shaping a cornerstone. But the third proudly smiled and said: "I am building a cathedral." David lived to build cathedrals. Whether it was creating the Steuben County Community Foundation from the beginning, broadcasting basketball games, or even playing golf...he always saw the big picture. It's been said that a manager thinks about today and tomorrow but a leader thinks about the day after tomorrow. And David was a a leader who thought about the future - in both business and his civic roles - and he could communicate that vision to others. I was blessed to work with David many years ago and his contributions were many. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time of loss. Linda Speakman-Yerick
 

Butch and Dorothy Perchan posted on 1/28/15
In our 22 years in Angola and at Tri-State University David was one of our best and closest friends. A dedicated fan to Athletics, he served as President of the Booster Club and was our greatest fan ! Seeing Davie enshrined in the TSU Athletic Hall of Fame was one of many highlights in our time together . And the day he signed on to be a part of a resurgent University was a joy to so many Alums and Community members. Special moments included broadcasting high school football games, something Davie thoroughly enjoyed, and he was very good at this, playing golf, and socializing with he & Ellen ---still puts smiles on our faces !! God Bless you Davie, you have been and remain in our prayers ,,, Butch & Dorothy Perchan
 

Denise Magwire posted on 1/28/15
Ellen & Jessica, So sorry to hear about Dave. You are in our thoughts and prayers! He was a wonderful man and will be missed in our community! God Bless, Brian, Denise, Sean & Shane Magwire
 

Tammy Williams Pratt posted on 1/28/15
Walt, I am very sorry to hear of Aunt Norma's passing. She was a wonderful woman. I will be keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Jeff & Kate Dyer posted on 1/27/15
Thoughts & Prayers
 

Doug McCray posted on 1/27/15
Bal never let me forget that I disassembled but never fixed his stereo headphones while we were Kappa Sigma fraternity brothers at Tri State. Brother you may be "unplugged" but you will always be jacked into my heart. Rest in Peace. I extend my condolences to Ellen, Jessica, all of your family and community of friends.
 

Tom Frank posted on 1/27/15
Bal, I will forever cherish our friendship. So many special times during and after our meeting at AHS.
 

John Chismar posted on 1/27/15
Dave was a Great Man, I have many fond memories from High School Days. MAY He Rest in Peace. My Prayers and Condolences to his Family
 

Susan Snyder posted on 1/27/15
AHS Classmate always a nice and funny guy. RIH
 

Shane House posted on 1/27/15
You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Shane House
 

 
Shane House posted on 1/27/15
I remember always having a good time out at the farm. Playing in the hay and seeing the horses. Also learning how electric fences work. I remember Betty being in the side yard with a shovel, a chair, and a shot gun to kill moles. Fireworks as well. Some great memories. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you. Sincerely Shane House
 

Stacy Howell posted on 1/27/15
I'm sorry I can't be there today but you are all in my thoughts & prayers!
 

Becky Miller posted on 1/25/15
My sincerest condolences to all of the family on your loss. Hold onto each other during this time and hold one another up and cherish all of the memories that you have. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Sylvia Hall posted on 1/25/15
Betty was a truly lovely person, always generous with her time and willing to help a friend in need. She was a dear friend and I will miss her laughter.
 

Becky Harper McGuire posted on 1/25/15
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Louise was one of my favorite people in the world. Always had a smile, a kind word, and a hug! My thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time.
 

 
Amy Jo posted on 1/25/15
My granny was the best grandma anyone could ask for she was amazing thoughtful beautiful and all of the above she will never be forgotten she will remain in my life my soul my heart forever I love you always granny Betty there will never be a day that goes by youu Aren't on my mind I love you my beautiful angel in heaven now
 

Terry & Patricia Hensley posted on 1/25/15
We miss you so much already and we love you dearly. Please say hello and give a big hug to Uncle Dale, Mom and Dad and uncle Dennis for us as soon as you have a chance to catch up with them while your walking those streets of gold.
 

 
Sheppard Family posted on 1/25/15
Betty was an amazing woman with a huge heart. She will be missed dearly. R.W.L. Granny Betty
 

ron&vicki brake posted on 1/24/15
Such a Lovely,Christian Lady. Always concerned for the purity of the Lord's Church. Love&Prayers,Ronnie&Vicki Brake
 

 
Sherry cantrell posted on 1/24/15
My prayers are with all of you guys. I loved aunt Louise and will miss her soon much. I hate that I can not be with you guys during this time. Just know I love you guys.
 

Bill & Deardra Roesch posted on 1/24/15
You have our condolence and compassion for the loss of Eolia. She was a marvelous person. She took care of our home until she had a stroke. We are sorry that we will not be able to attend visitation hours nor the funeral because we are in San Diego, California visiting family. Warmest regards and best wishes for comfort in your period of grief, Deardra and Bill
 

Jewell and Emerson Franklin posted on 1/24/15
Wayne, Allen, Eric and all of Louise's loved ones. I so wish we could be there with you all to say goodbye to a very special lady. Her beautiful smile that made you smile with her is something I will never forget. I know she is in a better place but her passing will leave a hollow place in our hearts. Just know we will see her again someday. We love you all very much and we will be there with you in spirit.
 

Josh Lee posted on 1/19/15
My sincere condolences to the family of Lori Laswell. May you find comfort in your loving memories and in God's promise to see our love ones again through the resurrection. (John 5:28,29) With deepest sympathy.
 

 
Patti Booth posted on 1/19/15
My heart is with you !!! Danielle!!
 

 
breferrell posted on 1/17/15
Rest in Haven
 

 
Jeff & Kate Dyer posted on 1/17/15
Sorry for your lost. Prayers and thoughts be with the whole family
 

 
Candy Harp posted on 1/17/15
My candle was lit in honor of Lori and in support of Danielle, Tracy, and Monty. My heart goes out to you.
 

 
Danielle Laswell posted on 1/16/15
we had so many great memory's that I remember and we will all miss my momma so much!!!! Rest In Peace Momma We Love and Miss You So Very Much!!!!!
 

 
Pamela Boles posted on 1/16/15
In memory of my Sister-in-law Lori Laswell. Greatly missed but will never be forgotten!
 

Dave Kimmerling posted on 1/16/15
Julie,so sorry for your loss.Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Stephen D Chapman posted on 1/16/15
I am so saddened tl learn of David's passing. He will be remembered for his wit and devotion to the Shriners' work for kids. It will be an honor to stand with David's Masonic brothers as we bid farewell to a brother who left his mark in so many ways.
 

JIM & SANDY VAUGHN posted on 1/16/15
ROSIE, OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY ON THE LOSS OF DAVID.HE WAS A VERY FINE PERSON. HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.
 

JIM & SANDY VAUGHN posted on 1/16/15
ROSIE, OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY ON THE LOSS OF DAVID.HE WAS A VERY FINE PERSON. HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.
 

Dr. Mark posted on 1/16/15
Rosie. Julie and John, Andrea and I send our thoughts and prayers to you on the passing of Dad. I did stop in to see him last week in the hospital. We had a good chat and he seemed very aware of his situation. We will all miss his wit and genuine concern for others. Stick together in the coming weeks. Call if I can help in any way. May the Perpetual Light shine upon David Watson.Sorry we can't make it to the funeral. Thr father of a very close friend of Andrea and her family also passed so we are up north to attend his services. Take care, Dr. Mark
 

ER Team 1st Shift MMC-GM Marion posted on 1/15/15
John and Julie Grimes and Family- We are all sadden by your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. We sincerely pray that God will comfort, strengthen and heal your hearts in your time of sorrow. Your GM Family- ER Team
 

Terri Kyle posted on 1/14/15
My Aunt Bettye has left me with SO many great memories! They began when I was a very young girl when we would take camping trips, rain or shine. Then, all of the summers at Lost Lake. Uncle Joe and Aunt Bettye allowed me to have fun as well as witness unconditional love in all aspects of their lives. As an adult now, I am very thankful for the life lessons Bettye (and Joe) have taught me. Also, for the never-ending love they extend to my mom. Aunt Bettye, thank you for being such a big part of my life. You have been a blessing to many. So long ... Just for now!!
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 1/14/15
We are sorry to hear this news. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future. We will miss Anita.
 

 
Susie Covey posted on 1/13/15
Janet and family, So sorry for the loss ! Look on the bright side you had her so many. Years. She now lives in heaven!!
 

Rick R. Cordray posted on 1/13/15
May the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit sooth your pain during your time of grief. Hold fast to the fondest of memories.
 

 
Mat posted on 1/13/15
We love you.
 

 
Kim posted on 1/12/15
I love you Grandma
 

Bradd Schmuck posted on 1/11/15
It is always with great sadness that you learn of the passing of someone that had an influence on your life. I considered Norma and Robert my "parents away from parents". Jeff, Greg, Doug and Chris were the closest I had to brothers of my own. Norma was fun but stern and had the good old Hoosier common sense in raising her family. I often wondered how she and Robert managed to both work full time and still raise four sons so well. I'll miss the Christmas cards and emails we used to exchange Norma, but its comforting for all of us to know you'll be happily enjoying that big ballroom in the sky. I remain 'cerned. love, Bradd.
 

 
Vicki O'Connor posted on 1/10/15
Love you, Aunt Norma. Have a dance for me.
 

 
Vicki O'Connor posted on 1/10/15
Love you, Aunt Norma. Have a dance for me!
 

 
Vicki O'Connor posted on 1/10/15
Love you, Aunt Norma. Have a dance for me!
 

Salome and RJ Lewis posted on 1/9/15
To Kim's family, Mom, siblings, children, You have our deepest sympathy. Kim was such a special person. She was a friend to so many people, and always sharing her smile or that contagious laugh of hers. I will miss her tremendously. She was my special friend. I knew she didn't feel like going running around with me as much as I go, so I'd honk every time I drove past her house. That way she knew someone was thinking of her. I knew things would be very tough for Kim after Michael's passing and I prayed for her a lot. Never, ever, would I have seen what has happened coming. What a bittersweet story of the Love that Kim and Michael shared. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers for for a long time. Thank you for sharing your precious Kim with us. Much love. Salome and RJ Lewis
 

Max & Coleen Turnbow posted on 1/9/15
We were so saddened by the news of Kim's passing. She was our little flower girl in our wedding. Our prayers are with the entire family, especially you Sis. Betty. You have been through so much in a short time. Praying you feel the peace that only our God can give in times such as these. Love you all!
 

Abby Eastes Walls posted on 1/9/15
My prayers go out to you. May God fill your hearts with comfort and peace.
 

Mark & Jayne Kinman posted on 1/9/15
Many Prayers to the family on the loss of Kim. We knew Kim and Mike from Lost Lake Campgrounds when we were all camping at Lost Lake for so many years. Our Deepest Sympathy.
 

Rev. Marion Bush posted on 1/9/15
Praying for you during this time of mourning. May the Peace of God with His Love that passes all understanding lift you up and carry you through. All of the McFarlands are loved and respected around the World. I'm sure people are praying for you from everywhere. Kim was a special gift from God. Remember the good times for there were many. Thinking of her being rejoined with her Dad is very special.
 

Donna (Davis) Wilson posted on 1/9/15
I remember Dad and Ola writing letters to each other over the years especially in Christmas Cards. It always made him smile. Sorry we could not be there today, but our thoughts & prayers are with you now and in the difficult days to come.
 

Gib/Suzanne posted on 1/9/15
Chris and Rhonda...We are so very sorry for your loss. You have been through such a trying few months but know they will be over soon. We love you both! ♡
 

 
jan posted on 1/9/15
For the families of the loved one- hugs and sympathies.
 

Linda Reading posted on 1/9/15
Praying for a blanket of peace and comfort to cover each family member today.
 

V.J. & Janet Turnbow posted on 1/8/15
When the Lord calls our loved ones home, he leaves a gift of memories in exchange..We have lots of memories of Kim and her family in Fort Wayne that we will cherish and keep in our hearts forever..We all struggle to understand what can never be understood..May the Lord continue to keep all of you in the palm of his hand.....The Turnbow's
 

Robin Brunner Barker posted on 1/8/15
I met Kim when I was in 4th grade at her fathers church. She was 7 years older than I and I idolized her. She was smart, beautiful, talented and kind. I thought she knew how to do everything! I know she has been a blessing to others her whole life with those same qualities. A beautiful person who enhanced others. My thoughts and prayers to all!
 

Terri Englund posted on 1/7/15
Trena and Kent- I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was one of kind and I have many wonderful memories of the summers I would spend at your home.
 

Carlos & Millie Corzine posted on 1/7/15
It was a privilege to know Ola& we are thankful she was Carey's mother-in-law
 

Jean Ledbetter Miller posted on 1/6/15
To all my King cousins, was so very sorry to hear of your loss. My memories of your Mother are of a beautiful graceful lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Jean Ledbetter Miller
 

Rosie ( King ) Cuzzart posted on 1/5/15
Aunt Ola was amazing woman ,she was a wonderful person inside and out she will be greatly missed my heart and prayers go out to all of the family Love you all and God Bless
 

Jenny posted on 1/4/15
Sister! How I'm going to miss you! I love you! Love to all the family!
 

Mary Lou Sweeney Gotshall posted on 1/4/15
Betty, We are so sorry about your loss. We have fond memories of Don's dedication to education, his friends, and, of course, you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Mary Lou Sweeney Gotshall and Dave Gotshall
 

Mary Lou Sweeney jGotahsll posted on 1/4/15
Betty, We are so sorry about the loss of Don. He was such a dear, gentle person. We have wonderful memories of Don and his dedication to education, his frieneds, and, of course, you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Mary Lou Sweeney Gotshall and Dave Gotshall
 

Dave Lowry posted on 1/3/15
Jill and family - I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that my prayers and wishes for comfort and peace are with you and your family.
 

Judi Jacobs posted on 1/3/15
Dearest Betty I am so sorry to read of the death of your husband, Don. Her was a great person and a wonderful teacher. I remember so many talks we shared during our years at Anderson High School. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this sad time. Sincerely, Judi Jones Jacobs
 

 
Jan Ginder posted on 1/3/15
I'm so sorry to see Don passed. I remember him from school and from seeing him come talk with Dad at Ginder Optical. I always respected him. He will be missed. Again, I'm sorry....
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 1/3/15
Betty and family-We are saddened by this news. Don was a soldier in many ways. Still remember the day he paddled me and others for running through the old Central Jr. High complex during lunch period ("I told you not to run."). Don was always such a gentleman. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future.---Jack Ke_sling and family
 

Norm Taylor posted on 1/2/15
I was so sorry to hear of Don's passing. I taught school at Anderson H.S. and had very good memories working with Don. I was a counselor and also taught chemistry and even though I was at the H.S. for a couple of years and went to the Vocational Center for eight years I would still run across him. Sad to finally receive word about Don.
 

Steve Selby posted on 1/2/15
Eleanor and I wanted to let you know that we are thinking of you. We left on Sunday, so will miss talking to you at the visitation. Please know that you are in our prayers. God Bless you and your family.
 

 
Connie Hughes posted on 1/2/15
Aunt Mary Jane was a treasure. Always one of my favorite aunts. She was a wonderful person & will truly be missed. Our condolences to all of you. Connie & Dennis Hughes
 

Dave Kimmerling posted on 1/2/15
Indiana basketball has lost a true friend and gentleman.So very sorry.
 

Denise Huntley posted on 1/2/15
My heart goes out to your family , you brightened our day every time you came into Scampys , you kept going even when your body said no Charlie you will be missed and my sincerity goes out to all your family.,.,,,,Denise @ Scampys !!
 

Dave kimmerling posted on 1/1/15
Charlie was a true pioneer.
 

Sandy Niccum posted on 1/1/15
Mike I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother, she was a great lady and is now enjoying her reward in Heaven, remember she will always be with you whether it is in a birds song or the glorious colors of a sunset. You know have an angel watching over you stay strong your friend "Nikki"
 

Larry Baker posted on 1/1/15
To the Hughes family; near and extended, I offer my sincerest condolences in the passing of Charlie Hughes, a beloved supporter of Hoosier land basketball. I met Charlie while coaching at Ben Davis HS and was honored to host his events for youth as he handled these showcases with professionalism and kindred spirit. Charlie was a hospitable, kind, and virtuous man who made his acquaintance easy to obtain. He will surely be missed in the gyms around our area and I am confident in the sincere legacy he leaves behind with his loved ones. I wish you all a sense of peace in this difficult time and hope for his efforts to live vividly through us all. Sincerely, Coach Larry Baker Warren Central Basketball and formerly Ben Davis Basketball
 

Bob Hunt posted on 1/1/15
Mike, I was so sorry to read about the loss of your Mother. She was truly a great lady, and a wonderful person to be around. Tom Hervey's comments in his message made me smile, because they were so true. He described her role in the process of raising Jerry and you, along with many of your friends, including me, perfectly. Your relationship with her is something for you to treasure for the rest of your years. My condolences to you but also a salute to her for having lived such a rich life and touching all of ours. Bob Hunt
 

 
Norma Williams posted on 1/1/15
Cathy: I am very saddened to hear of Charlie. I have been thinking on all of fun times that I remember. His laugh, his sense of humor, so kind, etc. My prayers are with you and your family. Norma Williams
 

John G. Wells posted on 1/1/15
Charlie was just a very good man. We played softball together for the Sertoma team. He was very competitive He was always fun to be with. My condolences to his family and special friends..
 

Jan Lyon posted on 1/1/15
Wishing the family love and peace. Charlie was a special person to those of us in the AAU. He worked tirelessly to run the right kind of program. Love you Charlie. You are already missed.
 

Becky Wilder McAllister posted on 1/1/15
Sending you love and peace. Becky Wilder McAllister
 

Becky Wilder McAllister posted on 1/1/15
Thinking of you Mike. Your mom was a fine lady and raised two great sons. You took wonderful care of her. I send you love and peace. Becky
 

Rhonda Lewis posted on 12/31/14
So so sorry for your loss Cathy. May you keep the good memories and love close in your heart.
 

Jack Ke_slingand family posted on 12/31/14
We will miss this fine lady. What a great neighbor and person.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/31/14
We will miss Charlie. Charlie was a huge booster and promoter of our community. Charlie was a great mentor to many athletes. Charlie made a difference.
 

Florence L. Falling posted on 12/31/14
Dear Mike: I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Florence L. Falling and family.
 

Tom Hervey posted on 12/31/14
I have so many fond memories of Jean from my growing up days in Anderson. She was one of those great neighborhood mom's who not only kept an eye on her two boys, she also watched many more of us who gathered to play sports at her house. She was part sheriff, part nurse, peacekeeper, and cookie maker. In the end, we were all very fond of her and all she did for us. God bless her family at this time.
 

John Armington posted on 12/31/14
A good lady , and I know you will miss her Mike. First met Gene 70 plus yrs ago, know she's up there with family, probably already waiting on the two Jerrys..
 

Judy Phipps posted on 12/30/14
Della was a very nice lady loved her children and grandchildren a lot has rejoined her family in Heaven Rest in Peace Della Sorry Derrinda and Farrah
 

nancy (Cole) slusser posted on 12/30/14
He will always be in my heart , a true friend of the family. Spent many wonderful times with his family and mine.. A very special person. RIP Marion . Cheryl thank you very much. We love you.
 

Judy Baghose posted on 12/29/14
Bob Mangas was a cousin who shared funny, heartfelt stories of his years when families had to move in together during difficult times. He was like a brother to my mother, Marie Turner, Grace Turner, RH Turner and Mary Byrum. His sense of humor was a precious gift that lifted spirits and never ceased to bring smiles. His memories of their early days together are cherished by my generation. The world is a better place for Bob Mangas having lived. Judy Baghose (nee Manring)
 

Bea posted on 12/29/14
To the Loved ones of Marion. My desire that in this difficult time all your family and friends receive the comfort they need. John 5:28, 29 contains words of hope to give us wonderful hope for the future resurrection where we eternally enjoy the company of our beloved without diseases and suffering. (Psalm 37:11, 29) Have comfort and peace.
 

Ann Smith posted on 12/28/14
Dear Barb, Was in NY at my sister's when Schep died--am so sorry. We had some good times together! Fondly, Ann
 

Karen Caylor Heacock posted on 12/27/14
Mary was a wonderful, loving person who I knew for years at Trinity and worked with during many Cursillo's. One of God's gifts to us. She will be missed by those on earth but celebrating with her son Terry in heaven.
 

Heather posted on 12/26/14
Thank you for allowing me to care for your mother. May your memories give you peace and comfort.
 

Jack Grant posted on 12/24/14
Tommie & Mike, our sincere condolences on your loss of Tootie. A very nice lady and former neighbor.
 

Virginia Chapman posted on 12/24/14
P.T. I am so sorry for your loss. You Mom looks like a lovely , fun lady. She will always be with you in those familiar places and especially in your heart. Virginia
 

Seve Williams posted on 12/24/14
Reverend P.T. and family, Please know that our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you. It was an honor for our staff to be chosen to assist in your Mother's hospice care. May the Wonderful Counselor be especially present with you at this time. Sincerely, Steve Williams, BC "on behalf of the entire Gentiva Staff"
 

Cathie Sacilowski posted on 12/24/14
I will miss my Uncle Ray very much. I wasn't fortunate enough to spend alot of my adult life with him, but my childhood memories of him and Jenny are ones I will always charish. I think back to what a kind hearted man he was. Not once did I see him without a wide smile on his face. The love that he and Jenny shared was obviously a one of a kind love; they complimented each other perfectly! I know that Ray is looking down from heaven. I hope that he knows that he was truly an exceptional man and human being. You will truly be missed Ray...know that you have made a difference in every life you touched!
 

Mark Grile posted on 12/24/14
Sorry for your loss P T.
 

Mark Grile posted on 12/24/14
Sorry for your loss P.T.
 

John Grimes posted on 12/23/14
I want to offer my condolences to Dave's family. I remember going on a deer hunt with Dave somewhere in Southern Indiana, back then no one had ATV four wheelers, but Dave had a Jeep. I don't know how far we went back in the woods, but you wouldn't have made it in any other vehicle. Good memories!
 

Frank Donaldson posted on 12/23/14
Sandy Sorry to read about the loss of your Mother I hope you are well
 

Aisha R. Johnson posted on 12/23/14
Ray and Genny were our former neighbors while living on west 9th street. They both were the most kind and generous people you could ever meet. Ray would often cut our lawn so i wouldn't have to , because he knew i had difficulty due to allergies. His wife would always make the best strawberry shortcakes dessert while i visited her as Ray worked out in the yard. I never forgot their many acts of kindness to numerous to mention, but i thank God for truly sweet people like the Sacilowski's. Lifting you and your family up in prayer during this time. Sincerely Aisha Johnson
 

Paula Chowning Biddle posted on 12/22/14
Dear Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Ray as such a jovial, nice, nice man. Your all in my prayers. Love Paula
 

Paula Fisk posted on 12/22/14
So sorry to hear of your father's passing Jeff. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Lew and Paula Fisk
 

Dina posted on 12/22/14
Steve lived in our household during my teenage years. He was a quiet and compassionate companion to my mother at the time. He loved his son Shane and was a very active hands-on father, especially during Shane's early years. He was very good to dogs and pets in general. He appreciated the outdoors. He was the most well-read individual that I have ever met. Even after not seeing each other for years, Steve and I could find common ground talking about books we recently read. Steve was very kind, warm, and intelligent. He will be missed. Thanks to Pam and the rest of Steve's family for taking care of him in his final days.
 

Bea posted on 12/22/14
To the Loved ones of Wayne. My desire that in this difficult time all your family and friends receive the comfort they need. John 5:28, 29 contains words of hope to give us wonderful hope for the future resurrection where we eternally enjoy the company of our beloved without diseases and suffering. (Psalm 37:11, 29) Have comfort and peace.
 

 
Alysia Coulmont posted on 12/22/14
Rest in Peace Grandpa.
 

Dave & Karen Scherer posted on 12/22/14
We are so sorry for your loss. she is with the rest of her family. Having a huge reunion. I know she will be hugged by them all and by God. Love you you all.
 

Howard Sutton posted on 12/22/14
The Schepper Family; Very sorry about the loss of Roland. Howard [Howie] and Brenda Sutton Brooksville Fla.
 

Jim & Tammy Anthony posted on 12/21/14
Can you imagine the reunion Art and Jane had together. So sorry to hear about her. She was a wonderful lady we enjoyed spending time with her.
 

 
missy and kevin posted on 12/21/14
Steve always ride his bike we would be driving down the road and we would pass him he wave and smile we would honk
 

missy posted on 12/21/14
RE as he was known at the Pendleton VP. He was and is the best guy ever he always made me smile with his jokes even the dirty one and those girl cards he carried with him love this guy
 

kevin and missy posted on 12/21/14
The lord gained a remarkable angel this week. The family lost and awsome man. We love you pam
 

kevin and missy posted on 12/21/14
Pam our love is with you and the family. Steve is a awsome person willing to help who ever needed his help no matter. The time of day. God gained a shining star this week. We will truly miss steve so much our heart's our saddened our love and prayers. Kevin and missy
 

Clara and Dave Blessing posted on 12/21/14
Pam, You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry that I can not be there for you,but my heart will be with you. Steve was a good friend to us and a big help to me.We loved him. Please take care of yourself. i will talk with you soon. Love, Clara and Dave
 

Ruth Lipscomb posted on 12/20/14
Leigh Ann I am so sorry for your loss. I am sending you lots of love and thoughts and prayers your way today and always.
 

sharon white coleman posted on 12/20/14
Sorry we couldn't be there our thoughts are with you all love ya all. If you are wondering who I am I am the daughter of Eldon & Alice Dickerson white one of the twin again I'm so sorry
 

Paula (PJ) Schultz posted on 12/19/14
Terry - I am so sorry to hear about Jim's passing. I just heard about it last night on Facebook. He was a wonderful person and you were lucky to have him!
 

Erin Dickerson-Roberts posted on 12/19/14
I am saddened to hear of Mary's passing. I have such fond memories of spending summers camping at Spring Valley Lake. Your Mom and my dad were the fixture parents at the campground. We had such fun!!!! I can even remember your mom making peanut butter fudge for us/with us in y'all's camper one time on a rainy day.... My family along with my mom and brothers have made a donation to the Alzheimer's Association in memory of Mary. Love and miss you all. You are in my prayers.
 

 
Larry K.Metzger posted on 12/18/14
I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Shield's passing. When my Dad, Kenny Metzger, passed away in 2010, he came to the calling, and his kind words really meant a lot to me. They worked together at Delco in plant engineering, and Dad always had high praise for him. Derrill was a real gentleman.
 

 
Larry K.Metzger posted on 12/18/14
I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Shield's passing. When my Dad, Kenny Metzger, passed away in 2010, he came to to the calling, and his kind words really meant a lot to me. They worked together at Delco in plant engineering, and Dad always had high praise for him. Derrill was a real gentleman.
 

Wanda Batton posted on 12/18/14
Terry, so sorry for your loss. Thoughts & prayers are with you and Jim's family. Sincerely, Wanda
 

michael klumpp posted on 12/18/14
Jim's survivors: I want to express my sympathy to each of you. Jim and I were fraternity brothers in Pi Kappa Phi back in the day. He was the "big city" guy from Anderson and I was the country boy from Elwood but we hit it off and I thoroughly enjoyed his sense of humor and his friendship. He was indeed one of the good guys and I was saddened to learn of his passing. My sincere sympathy to each of you. God bless you.
 

Jack Ke_sling and family posted on 12/18/14
Paul, Rod and family-We are saddened by this news. We hope your many fond memories will sustain you now and in the future. Mary will be missed.
 

George Henry posted on 12/18/14
Dear Cridge Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Jim and I were fraternity brothers at Purdue, and I would have to say that he was one of my favorites. His wit, smile, sense of humor and his intellect were unmatched. I have fond memories of our time together at PU. My deepest sympathy, George Henry, Connersville, Indiana
 

 
Pam Popejoy posted on 12/18/14
My folks, Dick and Norma Williams enjoyed a lifelong friendship with Derrill and Grace both in Anderson and in Florida. I have many wonderful memories of playing cards, my kids learning to fish off their pier, and lots of laughter during my visits to Florida! What a special couple! Only death could separate them!
 

 
Tiffany posted on 12/18/14
Thinking of you all in this difficult time; wonderful women who raised wonderful kids. Tiffany, Kamren, Kalen, & Karsen
 

Amy Hruskoci posted on 12/18/14
Dear Matt, Jill, Gillian and Lilly, Our thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. We know how much Jim was loved by all of you and how truly special he was to the girls. We are so sorry for your loss. You are an amazing, giving and caring family. Many blessings and much love. Rob, Amy, Sydney, Nicholas and Carson
 

Dave Lewis posted on 12/17/14
Terry, I am so sorry to hear about Jim. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your families. Now when I think fondly back on the times we worked together it will bring a smile and a tear. Dave and Linda
 

Jeff, Kay, Rachel, Michael, Emma Horn posted on 12/17/14
Mike, Matt, and Diane (AKA 2nd mom), I don’t know the words that will comfort you at this awful time. Jim was like a dad to all of us as much time as we were at your house while growing up! What great stories and memories I have of him! Know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers!
 

Joan and Russ Lanoie posted on 12/17/14
David, We are so sorry for your loss. Your father certainly lived a very long life. Please extend our condolences to your family.
 

Sandie & Louie Christ posted on 12/17/14
Mike, Linda and Diana, There are never the right words for the loss of a loved one. Those we love never go away they live in our hearts forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Laura Brisben posted on 12/17/14
Matt, Jill, Gillian and Lily, We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers for your family will continue. We hope you will be blessed with many great memories of Jimpaw! Our deepest sympathy-Jeff, Laura, AJ and Ryan Brisben
 

Mark & Linda Sherman posted on 12/17/14
Matt, Jill, Gillian and Lilly: We are very saddened to hear the news of Jim's passing and will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. We hope the fond memories you share of his life remain for a lifetime. The Shermans
 

Donald Eckstein posted on 12/17/14
Sorry to hear of Derrill's passing. I worked with him in Plant Engineering at Delco.in my early years. He was always friendly and accommodating. A good engineer. Later in his life, he lived near my brother and we exchanged memories when we would talk. Don Eckstein
 

Jeannie Fredrickson posted on 12/17/14
Dearest Terry: I am so sorry to hear of Jim's death. It was a shock to see that picture of him in the paper yesterday, with that beautiful smile. Of course, we'll all remember his great sense of humor. We could just see each other in the aisles of WECO and burst out laughing at one thing or another. My prayers and condolences to you and the family - definitely gone too soon.
 

Joan (DeBoo) O'Donnell posted on 12/17/14
So sorry to hear of Jim's death. We remember the days when the boys were little and we enjoyed baby sitting for them. Our prayers are with all of the family. Marge DeBoo, Kate (DeBoo) North and Joan (DeBoo) O'Donnell.
 

 
Susie Harmon posted on 12/17/14
So sorry for your loss. I worked with Jim at W.E. Until they closed. He loved to tease me and every time I saw him regardless where we were at he would holler ha-Pammie and bust out laughing. Will always remember his great laugh and big smile. Susie Harmon
 

Rick Harper posted on 12/16/14
Terry, my thoughts & prayers are with you. Mere words could never begin to express the gratitude I have for the man responsible for my entering the lodge, a fact that fills me with pride at each recollection. Due to Jim's diligence, I was able to attend the same lodge that three generations of my family attended. I can only compare with the pride I felt when I attended my son's hat ceremony. I will never forget the incessant banter between him & uncle Max about Purdue. Neither ever giving any ground. Jim always made me feel as though we had known each other so much better than time had allowed. I will always hold you both in such high regard. Mark Twain once said " The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time." We are never ever ready for the loss of someone so dear to our daily lives, but I can attest to the realization that Jim definitely experienced life to the fullest. If there is ever a burden I can help you carry, I am only a phone call away. Take Care.
 

 
Rhonda Deischer posted on 12/16/14
Dear Mike and family, My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you, may the Lord comfort you with His healing and love. Sincerely, Rhonda Deischer
 

David Pehlman posted on 12/16/14
Our prayers are ongoing for the entire Cridge family. To Matt, Jill, Gillian, and Lily - you are an inspiration to many and your friendship is cherished by the Pehlman family. Take care - David, Christina, Ryan, Kyle, Luke
 

 
chery Lebitsch posted on 12/16/14
Mom, you were a constant in my life. I love you, I miss you, a guiding light shown brightly in your smile. You are an angel watching over me
 

The Gallagher's posted on 12/16/14
Matt, Jill, Gillian and Lily, we are so sorry for your loss. You have such a great family rooted in giving to others, please know that so many people and families are praying for you. Love the Gallagher's and all the Northside Saints families.
 

Julia Workman posted on 12/16/14
Jim was a wonderful grandfather. He attended it many Marina's competitions and was number one fan in her gymnastics career. He was very happy and honorable man. Every time I saw him at any Rhythmic gymnastics event he always had a big smile. He was a generous man he donated some money to rhythmic gymnastics of Indiana where his granddaughter (Marina) attends. My condolences to the family. Coach Julia Workman and family.
 

The Klee's posted on 12/16/14
Matt, Jill, Gillian & Lilly, We wanted to express our deepest condolences! I believe a person is a product of those before them. You and your family are so important to so many people including us; that is because of who you all are and I trust Jim was a major part of that! I am sorry for your loss! In this difficult time, you and your family will remain in our prayers. We love you! God Bless! Kevin, Laura, Delaney, Grace, Quentin & Kolbe
 

Bill Murray posted on 12/16/14
Bob was extremely good to me during my learning years at Guide, and a great Wyoming hunting buddy. I'm sure he will be sincerely missed by all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with you as we celebrate Bob's new journey.
 

Jerry and Carla posted on 12/16/14
Praying for Linda, Ronnie, Jesse, Debbie, Rhonda and Sandy. So sorry for the loss of your husband and father. Wish we could of been there but please know love and prayers for you today are in our hearts. Psalm 23 Psalm 30:5b Love, Carla and Jerry
 

Larry Marcus posted on 12/16/14
So sad to see Jim go so soon. His friendship from the Bell Labs days will always be valued.
 

Marie Marks posted on 12/16/14
Matt, Jill, Gillian and Lilly, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God's strength lift you and bring peace to your heart knowing that your father / grandfather is now in Heaven, standing with God and looking down upon you. Many blessings. Love Marie Marks.
 

 
Vincent Stapleton posted on 12/16/14
Ann was a lovely person. She will be remembered by kind hearted children who I am happy to call my friends. I feel honored to have known her, and wish I could have been there in person to show my respects but cannot due to my households' illness. God bless you Ann, may you be at peace.
 

James Ray posted on 12/16/14
My remembrance of Jim dates to 7th street elementary, Central Junior High , and Anderson High schools. I attended a christian event with Jim and his parents at, I believe was a place called Indian Lake on Indy's north east side in the late 50's. It was a fun event and Jim's outgoing personality was evident. In school he always seemed upbeat and positive. He was fun to be around. After graduation I don't believe we ever saw each other again. It seems sad that someone you were associated with for over 10 years drops out of your life forever. Jim's passing makes me reflect on my own mortality and reflection of the past. I never met any of Jim's family but I have no doubt they possessed the same traits I remember about Jim and they have my deepest condolences and thoughts. I know he will be missed by those that were bonded close to him. It was my joy to have known Jim for even a short time. James (Jim) Ray Nashville, IN.
 

Maggie Cha posted on 12/16/14
Terry, So sorry for your loss. I pray you and your family find comfort and peace in the beautiful hope of a forthcoming worldwide Paradise, where as Jesus foretold, we will once again embrace our resurrected loved ones to never lose them again. Keep hIs words as found in John 5:28, 29 cl