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the :nq;japous star SATURDAY MAY 24, 193? B3 hK 1 11- James Williamson was ex-West Lafayette mayor : - WEST LAFAYETTE. Ind. James R, Williamson, 78, former mayor of West Lafayette and past president of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns, died May 23. Mr. Williamson, who served as mayor from 1964 to 1971, was the first Democrat elected to any office In West Lafayette. tnc cays nrsi ur. city hall, munici- .Mr- Williamson, pal swimming m 1969 pool and secondary sewage treatment works were built during his administration. He also was a farmer in Shelby Township, retiring in 1980. He later managed farms in Tippecanoe and White counties. Mr. Williamson was president of the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce In Ex-firefighter Nicholas Marco designed the emblem of IFD Nicholas Marco, 73, Indianapolis, a retired firefighter who designed the emblem used by the Indianapolis Fire Department, died May 23. A firefighter for 28 years, he worked at Station 27 for 16 years, retiring from planning and research at IFD headquarters in 1981. Mr. Marco was Mr. Marco a member of International Firefighters Local 416 and served on the board of directors for the Greater Indianapolis Firefighters Federal Credit Union. t Vj F. Richard Rembusch, 49, had been an executive, attorney, civic leader F. Richard Rembusch, 49, Indianapolis, executive vice president, gener al counsel and secretary of Browning Investments Inc., died May 23. Mr. Rembusch had been associated with the business since 1981 and was a member of the company's board of directors. He also had been DmK...h vice president of Mr.RemDUSCh Browning Real Estate Inc. 1 Previously, he was chief counsel for the Indiana Legislative Services Agency. He also served as a faculty member for a continuing legal education Institute of the Indiana State Bar Association, of which he was a member. Mr. Rembusch served on the board of trustees of the Hamilton County Economic Development Corp. and Bre-beuf Jesuit Preparatory School. He Ruth Asbury Henderson Ruth Asbury Henderson, 99, Nashville, formerly of Indianapolis and former executive director of the Suemma Coleman Home, died May 23. A social worker for 40 years, Mrs. Henderson helped place more than 1.000 babies Into adoptive homes during her 20 years as director of the home. She was one of the founders of Tri-Kappa sorority in Seymour and served as a province officer. ; During World War II, she worked in management for Detroit Diesel Allison i BEVERLY S. WILLIAMS ABEL, 64. Lakeland, Fla., formerly of lndlan-: apolis, died May 22. She was retired from the Polk County (Fla.) Accounting Department. Services: 4 p.m. May 25 in Gentry Morrison Funeral Home, ! South Side Chapel, Lakeland, with bailing from 6 to 8 p.m. May 24. Burial: Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens, Lakeland. Survivors: husband Donald F, Abel; children Michael. Gregory, David, Donna Abel; parents Harold and Mildred L. Williams; six grandchildren. CORRECTIONS GLENN EMORY KNAPP - Memorial calling will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 24 In Flan-ner & Buchanan Lawrence Mortuary. The times were incorrect In the obituary May 23. JERALD VINCENT McGRATH He was a member of American Legion Post 155. The post number was Incorrect In the obituary May 23. FUNERAL HOME AND FAMILY CHANGES SARAH HUPP PIPPEN - The name of her daughter, Nancy L. Eckerman, was misspelled In the obituary May 23. FRANCES L. FIELDS STAATS The name of her grandson, Jason Jones, was omitted from the obituary May 23. J - , ' "iimhifci lit iH ifli.Tl Iffiifflti ii aitiifru1fti Omit iffiHii 1975 and was a former director of First Federal Savings Bank. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. A 1940 graduate of Purdue University, he was a member of the Purdue University Presidents Council and the John Purdue Club. He was A 32nd-degree Mason and a member of the Octagon Masonic Lodge and was a life member of Elks Lodge 143. He had served on the board of the Lafayette Country Club. Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. May 31 in Covenant Presbyterian Church, of which he was a member, with calling there after services. Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia Foundation, Visiting Nurse Hospice of Lafayette or the church. Survivors: wife Margaret M. Cunningham Williamson: sons Dr. Robert T., Thomas J. Williamson: sister Eva Roush; five grandchildren. Htppensteel Funeral Home, Lafayette, Is handling arrangements. He also designed the Franklin Township Civil League emblem and was a finalist In the designs for the USS Indianapolis Memorial. Services will be May 27 at 9:30 a.m. in Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel and at 10:30 a.m. in 1 Nativity Catholic Church, of which he was a member. Calling will be from 3 to 8 p.m. May 26 in the mortuary. Entombment will be in Washington Park East Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Marion County Childrens' Guardian Home or to the church building fund. Survivors: wife Ina Keith Marco; children Dennis L., David V. Marco, Pamela M. Eversole; sister Rose Medvescek; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. was a former member of the boards of the Hamilton County Progress Committee and the Arts Council of Carmel. A 1969 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, he was a 1972 graduate of the Indiana University School of Law. Mr. Rembusch was an Army Reserve veteran. He had been named a Sagamore of the Wabash. Memorial contributions may be made to Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School for use in capitol improvements. Donations will be matched by the Lilly Endowment. Services will be at 11 a.m. May 28 In St. Luke Catholic Church, of which he was a member. Calling will be from 4 to 8 p.m. May 27 in Leppert & Hurt Mortuary. Burial will be at Our Lady of Peace Cemetery. Survivors: wife Jeral Lynn Jones Rembusch; children F. Richard, Sarah Jones; parents Trueman T. and Mary Finneran Rembusch; sisters Mary Cay Johnson, Grade R. Bill; brothers Michael J., Kevin J., Patrick S. Rembusch. had been social worker Division of General Motors Corp. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Bartholomew County. Graveside services: private In Maple Lawn Cemetery, Flora. Survivors: sons George A., H. Robert Henderson; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Myers Funeral Service, Reed and Jewell Chapel, Columbus, is handling arrangements. ' Sister DOROTHY MARIE BOCK-HORST, 96, Oldenburg, formerly of Indianapolis, died May 22. She entered the convent of the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, in 1918 and made her final vows in 1924. She was a teacher at St. Mary and Holy Name schools in Indianapolis. She also taught at Catholic schools In Hamburg, New Alsace, St. Leon, EvansviUe, LanesvlUe, Law-renceburg, New Albany, Charlestown and Oldenburg, and in Ohio, Illinois and Missouri. She retired In 1985. Services: 3 p.m. May 27 In Sisters of St. Francis Motherhouse Chapel, Oldenburg, with calling there from 1 p.m. Burial: Motherhouse Cemetery, Oldenburg. Weigel Funeral Home, BatesviUe, Is handling arrangements. INDIANA DEATHS Deaths reported from outside the Indian-apolis area CokmbtM Katharine May Howard Bragg, 87, widow of William T. Bragg (Myers Funeral Service, Reed A Jewell Chapel). Frankfort Minnie S. Gofflnett Chapman, 85, wife of Marcus Chapman (Goodwin Funeral Home). Qreansburg Barbara Sue Myers, 54 (Por-ter-Ollger-Pearson Funeral Home). Richmond Clara Allen Hale Callahan, 94, widow of Henry Hale and Jerry Callahan; Carrie 0. Havens, 81 (Doan & Mills Funeral Home). Seymour Clifford J. Bode, 76, husband of Matilda M. Stuckwisch Bode (Voss & Sons Funeral Home). Shoals Clyde Baker, 78, husband of Lillian E. Melba Waggoner (Queen-Lee Funeral Home). Union City Edwin Q. Adkins Sr., 57, husband of Barbara M. Bannon Adkins (Fraze-Brooks & Qrtay Funeral Home). Weetport Kevin Duane Spoonamore, 37, husband of Connie Rae Sample Spoonamore (Bass & Gasper Funeral Home). .flt'fl! if" it irffin1 m vise-;: o. shaul ehcsst, m, Anderson, formerly of Noblesville, died May 23. She was a homemaker and a member of Noblesville t:rl Christian Church. Services: 3 p.m. May 27 In Randall & Roberts Funeral Home, Noblesville, with calling from 1 p.m. Burial: Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Fishers. She was the widow of William Ervin Brobst. Survivors: three grandchildren; a great-granddaughter. JUNE V. CLENDENON SPIRES MILLER BROWN. 78, Oolitic, formerly of Indianapolis, died May 22. She had been a hardware attendant. Graveside services: 10 a.m. May 24 In Leesville (Ind.) Cemetery. She was the widow of Al Spires. Robert Miller and Lester 0. Brown. Survivors: sisters Kate Edwards, Ester Patton. Ferguson-Lee Funeral Home, Bedford, is handling arrangements. KENNETH G. DIEHL, 59, Indianapolis, died May 19. Before retiring, he worked for a concrete company. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Services: 11 a.m. May 28 in Bennett & Houser Funeral Home, Clearfield, Pa., with calling from 7 to 9 p.m. May 27. Burial: Mock Hill Cemetery, Clearfield County, Pa. He was the widower of Patricia Peters Diehl. Survivors: children Kenneth Diehl III. Carol Harris, Evelyn Protzman, Connie Uncles; brothers Albert. Bernard, Raymond V. Diehl Jr.; sisters Mary Brlgham, Ann Leach, Helen Bloss, Beverly Amon; eight grandchildren. Daniel F. O'Riley Funeral Home is handling local arrangements. RONALD RAY DURHAM, 62, West-field, died May 22. He was a self-employed maintenance worker. An Army veteran of the Korean War, he was a member of American Legion K.V. Elliott Post. Sheridan. Memorial contributions may be made to the March of Dimes, Columbus. Graveside services: 2 p.m. May 28 in Crown View Cemetery, Sheridan. Survivors: brothers Robert E., John E. Durham; sisters Maxine Ray, Ilene Robinson, Janet Annest, Carolyn Young. Kerche-val Funeral Home, Sheridan, is handling arrangements. GEORGE EVERETT FLETCHER, 67. Anniston, Ala., formerly of Indianapolis, died May 23. He was a real estate agent and broker for Century 21 Diamond Realty, Anniston. A veteran of the Korean War, he served 27 years in the Army, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Services: 1 p.m. May 25 in Gray Brown-Service Mortuary, Anniston, with calling from 6 to 8 p.m. May 24. Burial: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Anniston. Survivors: wife Yonnie Lee Fletcher; children Geneva Wilkerson, Glna DiGlacomo, Ginger, George V. Fletcher; brother Victor D. Fletcher: six grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren. CHARLES H. GUFFIN, 78, Rushvllle. died May 22. He worked 30 years for Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors Corp., retiring In 1982. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church, RushvlUe, of which he was a member and deacon. Services: 1 p.m. May 26 in Moster & Cox Mortuary, Rushvllle, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 25. Burial: Arlington (Ind.) East Hill Cemetery. Survivors: wife Bertha Russell Guffin; children John D. Guffin, Lorraine Puckett; stepchildren Lee Durkes, Judith Gard; sisters Lucille Guffin, Mary Eloise Jordan; five grandchildren; three stepgrandchlldren; a greatgrandchild; eight great-stepgrandchil-' dren; a great-great-stepgrandson. MARGARET H. DIARMIT HOWE, 77. Indianapolis, died May 22. She was a clerical worker 15 years In the State-house, retiring In 1985. A Navy veteran of World War II, she was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2999 Ladies Auxiliary. Services: 1 p.m. May 27 in Shirley Brothers Drexel Chapel, with calling from 10 a.m. Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors: sisters Virginia Burch, Norma Mills, Mildred Jackson, Mary Dillow. MARY E. "BETTY" SCHNEIDER JES-SUP, 79, Greenfield, died May 22. She had been a civilian employee of the Navy, retiring In 1969. She was a member of Shiloh Christian Church, Greenfield. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or to the American Cancer Society. Services: I p.m. May 27 In Pasco Memorial Mortuary, Greenfield, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 26. Burial: Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Hancock County. Survivors: husband John W. Jessup: sons Ronald Rou-land, Gary Fairfax; stepchildren Larry, Gary Jessup, Jackie Masterson; sisters Doris Haydock Dally, Edna Crowell Simpson, Leona Edwards, Marguerite "Peg" Etherton; brother Marion "Snip" Schneider; 15 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. CHARLES GARY JONES, 50, Indianapolis, died May 22. He was a quality control supervisor six years for Hoo-sier Gasket Co., retiring in 1994. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War. Services and calling: none. Survivors: fiancee Linda L. Daugherty; father and stepmother Charles E. and Louis E. James Jones; stepdaughter Tina M. Greene; sister Nancy C. Webster; brother Scott Bettner; half brothers Mark, Michael Jones; two grandchildren. Alpha Funeral Service Is handling arrangements. GLORIA M. GARDNER KEEDY, 58. Indianapolis, died May 23. She was a homemaker. Services: 1 p.m. May 27 In Usher Funeral Home, with calling from 11 a.m. Burial: Floral Park Cemetery. Survivors: husband John 0. Keedy; children James G., Larry W., Carl G., Tony M Amon W Sara J. Keedy, Mary Ann Fleener; mother Lena M. Carson; 16 grandchildren. KEITH EUGENE KIGHT, 35, Bowie. Md., formerly of Acton, died May 21. He was a freelance photographer for 20 years. He was an Army veteran. Services: 11 a.m. May 27 in Stlrllng-Gerber Funeral Home, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 26. Burial: Acton Cemetery. Survivors: mother Volah M. Luther Right; father and stepmother Robert E. and Eunice Right; brothers David W., Douglas G. Right; sisters Marie Ann Warren, Christine Marie Schaffer; grandmother Margaret E. Stotler Right. r r' ""i ' ' " ' t i; MARION COUNTY Diehl, Kenneth G., 59 Howe, Margaret H. Diarmit, 77 Jones, Charles Gary, 50 Keedy, Gloria M. Gardner, 58 Keliett, Etna L. Blakey, 74 Love, Luebertha Winston, 72 Mansfield, James Allen, 71 Marco, Nicholas, 73 Pflum, Mildred L Davison, 86 Rembusch, F. Richard, 49 Rush, Florence L. Peyton, 94 Strane, George V., 80 Weiss, Lacey M. Casmire, 61 Williams, George D. Ill, 20 HAMILTON COUNTY Durham, Ronald Ray, 62 HANCOCK COUNTY Jessup, Mary E. "Betty," 79 JOHNSON COUNTY Wells, Sharon Lee Wiegle, 51 MADISON COUNTY Brobst, Virginia 0. Shaul, 86 Schoonover, Halsie Preston, 92 Stewart, Edwin W. Jr., 74 MORGAN COUNTY Miller, Linda Sue Burton, 44 Spears, Elsie G. Riddle, 66 FORMER RESIDENTS Abel, Beverly S. Williams, 64 Bockhorst, Sister Dorothy, 96 Brown, June V. Clendenon, 78 Fletcher, George Everett, 67 Henderson, Ruth A., 99 Kight, Keith Eugene, 35 Murray, Ruth Louise Abrams, 83 Sugg, Robert Gary, 46 Vickery, Austin G., 78 OTHER COUNTIES Guffin, Charles H., 78 Williamson, James R 78 - May 24, 1997 ETNA L. BLAKEY KELLETT, 74, Indianapolis, died May 22. She was a homemaker. Services: 11:30 a.m. May 28 in G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home, with calling from 5 to 8 p.m. May 27. Burial: New Crown Cemetery. She was the widow of Herman Rellett. Survivors: son James 0. Bla-key; brothers Carlos, Frank, James Robert Blakey; sisters Naomi Hutchinson; two grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren. LUEBERTHA WINSTON LOVE, 72, Indianapolis, died May 20. She was a domestic worker in private homes for seven years, retiring in 1980. She was a member of Christ Mission Holiness Church. Services: 10 a.m. May 23 in Unity Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. Indianapolis. Burial: Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, 111. Survivors: children Sam Jr., Raynard, Larry C, Dorothy L., Vlrgle M. Love, Carrie Lee Johnson, Senora Norman, Theresa Hughes, Patricia A. Allison, Viola Hall; sisters Jessie B. Thur-mand, Rosle L. Lewis; 20 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Boat-right Funeral Home Is handling arrangements. JAMES ALLEN "RADIO" MANSFIELD, 71, Indianapolis, died May 22. He had been an assembler for Chrysler Corp. and was a member of United Auto Workers Local 550 and Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church. Services: 1 p.m. May 26 In Woodson-ville Baptist Church, MunfordviUe, Ky. Calling: 10 a.m. to noon May 24 In Stuart Mortuary. Burial: Woodsonville Cemetery, MunfordviUe. Survivors: niece Mary E. Bradley; stepsister Christine Green. LINDA SUE BURTON MILLER, 44, Mooresville, died May 23. She was a mortgage secretary one year for Citizens Bank, Mooresville, until 1995. Previously, she was a cook for Mooresville High School and a child-care provider for Children's Park Day Care Center, Mooresville. Memorial contributions may be made to Gideons International. Services: 2 p.m. May 27 in First Baptist Church, Mooresville, of which she was a member, with calling there from 3 to 8 p.m. May 26. Burial: White Lick Cemetery, Mooresville. Survivors: husband Ronald Joe Miller; daughter Jennifer A. Miller; parents William Russell and Joyce Joan Minor Burton; brother David W. Burton; sisters Phyllis D. Hydell, RaAnne M. Short, Amy L. Rieger. Carlisle & Son Funeral Chapel, Mooresville, is handling arrangements. RUTH LOUISE ABRAMS MURRAY, 83, Lonoke, Ark., formerly of Indianapolis, died May 18. She had been a civilian clerk with the military. Services and calling: none. She was the widow of George H. Murray III. Survivors: children Georgia Murray-Schuller, Daniele Netherton, George H. IV, Rurt J. Murray; sisters Lucille Clark, Lorena Liter-Deist; brother John Abrams; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Boyd Funeral Home, Lonoke, is handling arrangements. MILDRED L. DAVISON PFLUM, 86, Indianapolis, died May 22. She was an executive secretary 25 years for the Mental Health Association of Indiana, retiring in 1987. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Diabetes Association. Services: private. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. May 27 in Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel. She was the widow of Harold J. Pflum. Survivors: children Carole Morris. Richard, Ronald, David Pflum; 12 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. FLORENCE L. PEYTON RUSH, 94., Indianapolis, died May 23. She was a 1 repair and installation administrator 20 years for Bolls Furnace Co., retiring In 1965. Previously, she was a receptionist 15 years for Van Bibber Mobile Homes. She was a Republican precinct committeewoman. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Services: 2 p.m. May 26 In Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel, with calling from 10 a.m. Burial: Washington Park East Cemetery. She was the widow of Albert Rush. Survivors: children Betty Bruno, Jack Holland; eight grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; a great-greatgrandchild. It-T.-". ' " HlflTrif HALSSE M. PRESTON SCHOONOVER, 92, Anderson, died May 23. She was co-owner of Schoonles Quality Meats, Anderson. She was a member of Bethany Christian Church. Anderson. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or to the Keenagers Group of the church. Services: 11:30 a.m. May 28 in Robert D. Loose Funeral Home. South Chapel. Anderson, with calling from 3 to 8 p.m. May 27. Burial: Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. She was the widow of Guy W. Schoonover. Survivors: children Edith Long, Donna Lawlen four grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two great-stepgrandchlldren. EDWIN W. STEWART Jr., 74. Anderson, died May 22. He was a design engineer 38 years for Delco Remy Division of General Motors Corp., retiring In 1980. Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity Episcopal Church, Anderson, of which he was a member. Services: 10 a.m. May 28 in Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service, Anderson, with calling May 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Burial: East Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson. Survivors: wife Joann E. Carmody Stewart; children Timothy. Craig Stewart, Laurel L. Rirsch; five grandchildren; a great-grandchild. GEORGE V. STRANE, 80, Indianapolis, died May 23. He was a mechanical engineer 33 years for Western Electric Co.. retiring in 1980. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the American Institute of Plant Engineers. Services: 2 p.m. May 27 in Franklin Road Baptist Church, of which he was a member. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. May 26 in Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel and from noon May 27 In the church. Burial: Washington Park East Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church or to the Parkinson's Awareness Association of Central Indiana Inc. Survivors: wife WiUa Wlntermute Strane; daughters Lynn L. Wells, Patricia A. Johnson, Priscilla L. Bruns, Rynn E. Evans: brothers Jackson, Allan Strane; sisters Beth Robbins, Blanch Johnson; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. ROBERT GARY SUGG, 46. Topeka. Ran., formerly of Indianapolis, died May 23. He was a mail handler five years for the U.S. Postal Service In Topeka. He was an Army veteran. Services: May 28 In Davidson Funeral Home, Topeka, with calling May 27. Survivors: wife Ray White Sugg; children Athena Michelle Edwards, Eric Clinton, Robert James Sugg; step-. daughters Amber Croswhite, Rarrie Rnoll; sister Patty Ann Rozzel; brothers Thomas, Clifford Sugg; grandmother Nevada Cornelius; six grandchildren. Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service is handling local arrangements. For The BIRTHS COLUMBIA WOMEN'S HOSPITAL Boys - BOUWKAMP, Chris and Jennifer; CUM-MINGS, Brian and Amy; LEITCH, Ryan and Amy. Girls - JOHNSON, Scott and Pamela; WINTER, Chris and Allison. COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EAST Boys RITTMAN, David and Bernadette; WOODS, Dana and Stacy; WRIGHT, Donald and Christine. Girts - ANDERSON, Robert and Barbara; WALLS, Jonathon and Lisa. COMMUNITY HOSPITAL NORTH Boy KNIPP, Robert and Jessica. Girls DOMINICI, James and Maria: PRICE, Thomas and Donna; RICE, Frederick and Doris; TALAMANTES, Daniel and Roshena. COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SOUTH Boy DRAKE, Robert and Kimberly. INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Boy - BAUMGARTEN, Paul and Lori. Girls CARSON, Tony and Penny; HALE, Michael and Gina: STILLSON, Tod and Jane. METHODIST HOSPITAL Boys ALEXANDER, Brian and Jennifer; BERRY, James and Teresa; BURGESS, Stacy; FOX, Amber; tSORDAN, Bob and Brenda; HADDOCK, James and Betty; HOFMANN, Anthony and Ruth Ann; KLINGERMAN, Ginger; PEARCY, Joseph and Cher; WOODS, Rhonda. Girls - JOHNSON, Samantha; PORTER, Jolene; TOBY, Charles and Tina. ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL Boys BROWN, Scott and Laurie; COX, Steven and Christine. Girls - MAYO, Douglas and Leslie; PATTERSON, Charles and Teresa. ST. VINCENT HOSPITAL Boys - DURBIN. John II and Holly: HAFL, Johnathan and Jennifer, JOHNSON, Tyrone and Tamika; KUSTER, Richard and Cynthia; MERRITT, Melissa; NICKENS, Robert and Sheba; POTTRATZ, Michael and Wendy; WILLIAMS, Tamara. Girls BREWING, Amanda; DALEY, Mark and Susan GILCHRIST, Scott and Laurel; HACKETT, Edward III and Amy; KRESS, David Jr. and Karen; LOMENICK, Jeana; McGOWAN, Mark and Linda; STENSRUD, William and Barbara; WALLACE, Paul and Patricia. WISHARD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Boys - HARKIN, Kimberly; LOONEY, Tina; McNEAL, Tanika. Girls GRAHAM, Oenise; JACKSON, Sean and Angela. MARRIAGE UCENSES Derryl Alexander, 6022 Legend Lane; Deborah L. Pence, 6330 Legend Lane. Nathan E. Baker and Kimberly A. Bryan, both of 5539 Versailles Drive. Aurelio M. Calvillo and Kimberly A. Popplewell, both of 1246 Keating Ave. Albert B. Cook, 5937 Coquina Key Drive; Donna K. Bryan, 1168 Whitcomb Ave. Shelby Graffenread and Camilla A. Allen, both of 3241 N. DeOuincy St. Stephen L. Heathcock. 4177 Carrollton Ave.; Joyce L. Townsend, 6064 Meadowlark Drive. Jeffrey W. Huffman, 1433 S. Earl Ave.; Linda J. Kite, 4604 S. Denny St. Eric R. Johnson and Stephanie Y. Herring, both of 3251 W. 60th St John W.J. Jones and Shannon N. Roscoe, both of 1323 S. Wright St. Troy S. Jones, 6136 Lourdes Court; Sola D. Owens, 3931 N. Capitol Ave. James M. Kaufmann Jr. and Karin M. LaBrecque, both of Denver. Mark W. Looney, 62 S. Fifth Ave.; Roberta L. Janik, Fairland. Donald L. Prescott and Joyce M. Stevens, both of 3169 Norwich Court. James J. Roudebush and Diana J. Ackmann, both of 8151 S. Talbott Ave. John D. Sandlin Jr. and Sybil M. Shipman, both of 7168 Eagle Cove Drive. Jason A. Sparks and Bridget S. Sturgill, both of 9184 Mariway Court. Mark A. Sparks and Jenny L. Staggs, both of 10124 Vandergrift Road. John Stephens and Donna S. Bayles, both of 315 S. Fleming St. Scot G. Stiles and Shani E. Salyers, 6809 Creek Bay Drive. Michael P. Tarak and Krista A. Rutledge, both of 6815 Lakeworth Drive. Hear the thunder of a real 21cannon salute. Memorial Day, May 26, 2:30p.m. 925-3800 CrOWnTl ELSIE G. RIDDLE SPEAP.S, 66, Mooresville, died May 23. She as.a homemaker. Services: 2 p.m. May 27 in Norris & New Funeral Home. Burkesviile, Ky., with calling from 9 a.m. Local calling: 3 to 9 p.m. May 24 In Flanner & Buchanan Decatur Township Mortuary. Burial: Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Bow, Ky. Survivors: husband Paul J. Spears: daughters Carol St roup. Beverly Spencer, sisters Lucy Capps, Alyne Rush; a granddaughter. AUSTIN G. VICKERY. 78. Freeport. 111., formerly of Indianapolis, died May 22. He had worked for Micro Switch, a division of Honeywell, In Freeport and Indianapolis. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church. Freeport. Services: 1 p.m. May 27 in Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home, Freeport, with calling from 3 to 5 p.m. May 26. Survivors: wife Helen Holder Vickery: children Mark Vickery, Betsy Wagner: brother Harold Vickery; six grandchildren. J LACEY M. CASMIRE WEISS, 61, Indianapolis, died May 22. She was. a homemaker and a member of Liberty Missionary Baptist Church. Services: 10 a.m. May 27 in Flanner & Buchanan Morris Street Mortuary, with calling from 3 to 9 p.m. May 25 and from noon to 9 p.m. May 26. Burial: Floral Park Cemetery. Survivors: husband Raymond Weiss; children Raymond Jr., Gregory, Bryon Weiss, Rebecca Young; brother Paul Casmire Jr.; sister June Stonehouse; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. SHARON LEE WIEGLE WELLS, 5i, Franklin, died May 23. She was a qualified medical assistant for Franklin United Methodist Home for Six years. Previously, she was an assistant manager four years at Village Pantry, Franklin, and a productiqp worker 10 years at Arvins, Franklin. She was a graduate of Ivy Tech State College. Services: 10 a.m. May 27 In Vandivier-Tudor Funeral Home, Franklin, with calling from 2 to 8 May 26. Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin. Survivors: former husband William H. Wells Sr.; children Irene Nalley, William H. Wells Jr.; brother John Wiegle Jr.; sisters Cheryl Wiegle. Debbie Graham; six grandchildren. GEORGE DONALD "DON" WILLIAMS III, 20, Indianapolis, died May 21. He was a painter and drywall specialist for Alpha-Omega Remodeling Co. He was a member of Full Gospel Worship Center. Services: 1 p.m. May 27 in Christ Temple Apostolic Church, wtth calling there from 11 a.m. Burial: Crown HIU Cemetery. Survivors: parents Elder George D. Jr. and Sarlofi Johnson Williams; brother Jayon 6. Williams; sisters Tallna C. RadforS, Rolana I. Williams; grandparents George D. Sr. and Emma Williams, James W. and Larcenia Johnson. Record Beondred K. Torrence and Susan B. Douglas, both of 2022 W. 79th St Roy A. West 5908 S. Linwood Ave.; Mary A. Henson, 705 E. Minnesota St. Lewis E. Wright Jr., 1150 N. White River Parkway, W Drive; Barbara A. Nurczyk, West Lafayette. -. Chris B. Wurster and Patti J. Bechard, both of 1649 Centurion Circle. - Jeffrey A. Yams and Aimee Baker, both of 5872 , Wildflower Drive. -1 DIVORCE LAWSUITS FILED David A. Bailey Jr. Renee L. Bailey Eugene N. Brown Charlotte A. Brown David L. Butche Katherine S. Butche Andrew D. Commons Toni L. Commons Ledell Ellington Annie Ellington Jeffrey L. Franklin Charlisa P. Franklin , Tracy L. Gibson Debora 0. Gibson John A. Henderson Janette E. Henderson Abe Huddleston Johnnie M. Huddleston Donald E. Hutchens Priscilla A. England 'I James M. Killgo Marianne G. Killgo Dustin Laminack Deanna Laminack Ronson Lepper Shanon Lepper ' Gary L. Parker Virginia Parker Bruce A. Proctor Rhonda G. Proctor , Kevin Reaves Verna M. Reaves David Rogers Barbara Rogers Dana L. Treadwell Ra'Chelle D. Treadwell J Barry S. Wilson Angela M. Wilson DEATH CERTIFICATES Roy Abercrombie, 68, Community Hospital East, ley kemia. Raymond Bagley, 73, Methodist Hospital, cardiogenic shock. Mary Bailey, 55, Methodist Hospital, cancer. Spicy Bentley, 80, Community Hospital North, he- I mothorax. Donald Bogan, 70, Beverly Nursing and Rehabilitation, carcinoma. Agnes Boiler, 88, Miller's Merry Manor, renal failure. Enos Burnworth, 75, Miller's Merry Manor, lymphoma. David Butts, 58, Wishard Memorial Hospital, pneumonia. Walter Carr, 66, Community Hospital East, respiratory failure. Henry Childrey, 71, Methodist Hospital, cancer. Patricia Cholewa, 55, St. Vincent Hospital, ischemia. Chester Collins, 86, Methodist Hospital, septic shock. Kenneth Diehl, 58, Community Hospital East, myocardial infarction. Delia Dixon, 82, St. Francis Hospital, cardiogenic shock. Betty Gaines, 71, Wishard Memorial Hospital, respiratory insufficiency. Alvm Greene, 61, Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center, heart disease. Mary Harvey, 82, St. Francis Hospital, heart disease. Lebert Hazelwood, 58, Methodist Hospital, encephalopathy. Jasper Henard, 88, St Francis Hospital, coronary artery disease. Mary Isenogle, 71, St. Francis Hospital, pneumonia. Alfred Jones, 59, Methodist Hospital, cancer. Vyvyan Jones, 75, 7620 Somerset Bay, emphysema. George Kerr, 68, 9450 Kerwood Drive, cardiac arrest. Randolph Keys, 54, Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center, cerebrovascular accident. Louise Kinney, 84, Brookview Nursing Home, myocardial failure. Mae Knox, 94, Canterbury Village, pneumonia. James Leeper, 73, 4216 N. Winthrop Ave., coronary occlusion. Mary Linton, 69, Methodist Hospital, myocardial Infarction. Elsie Mahan, 82, Eagle Valley Health Care, urosepsis. Magdlena Many, 93, Eagle Valley Health Care, pneumonia. Hazel McClure, 88, St. Vincent Hospital, myocardial infarction. Ruth Mitchell, 86, Clearwater Commons, cardiovascular disease. Madge Mullins, 63, St Francis Hospital, renal failure. Bernice Osborne, 95, Lockefield Village, dementia. Ida Patterson, 84, Manor Care Health Care North, cancer. Vance Patterson, 39, St. Vincent Hospital, sepsis. Floyd Perry, 84, Methodist Hospital, cardiogenic shock. Sarah Pippeh, 93, Robin Run Health Care, carcinoma.

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