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B6 SUNDAY, MAY 21, 2000 Obituaries Ronald Dawson, 57, received ilieart transplant 16 years ago - Staff and Wire Report CRAWFORDS--A1LLE, Ind. .Services for Don--ajd G. "Buck' Daw-. ISn Sr., 57, one of "tjfldiana's longest-wrviving heart Transplant pa- - tients. will be at 2 "'i"p.m. May 23 in fprter Funeral ' -Home, Jamestown, I'Z wjth calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Dawson TBurial will be in Jamestown Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery. 12m Mr. Dawson, a former Indianapolis pjsident, died May 18. He received his heart transplant on .,.-.3Bm! ; 4. - V .J..isr. J Mr. pBenjamin E McKinney, 76, founded LOxide and Chemical Co. in 1973 TTL Services for Benjamin F. McKinney, ljp. Frisco, Texas, and Gig Harbor, 3ash., formerly of Indianapolis, retired 23Jsiness owner, will be at 1 p.m. May B8 in Our Lady of Peace Mausoleum i,Diapel. Calling will be from 4 to 8 p.m. JJay 22 in Leppert & Hensley Mortuary. Burial will be in Our Lady of Peace jQpmetery. - He died May 19. , Mr. McKinney was owner and CEO of Oxide and Chemical Co., which he founded in 1973. He retired in 1990. He was past director of the Lead Industry Association and was a committee member 25 years of Battery Council International. LOUIS A. ABEL, 78, Columbus, formerly of Indianapolis, died May 19. He , "Had been manager of the Marlon ' County Juvenile Center. He also had worked at the J.C. Penney store In Columbus. He was an Army veteran. Services: 11 a.m. May 22 in Free Methodist Church, Columbus, of which he was a member. Calling: 1 to 3 p.m. May 21 in Myers Funeral Service, Reed & Jewell Chapel, Columbus. Memorial contributions may be made to the Free Methodist Missions Fund. Survivor: son Randy Abel. THELMA PEARL MOULTEN BONNER, 91, Indianapolis, died May 19. She was a homemaker and a member of Fountain Square Church of Christ. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home, with calling from 11 a.m. Entombment: Washington Park East Cemetery. She was the widow of Robert D. Bonner. Survivors: daughters Betty Bedell, Marilee Muse; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren. HARRY W. CAIRNS, 81, Fortville, died May 20. He worked 35 years for Public Service Indiana, retiring as a lineman in 1981. An Army veteran of World War II, he was past commander of the Fortville post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and also was past district commander and held various positions with the state organization. Mr. Cairns also was past commander of the American Legion posts in Fortville, Wabash and North Manchester. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, Fortville, of which he was a member. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. May 22 In Ronald L. Seals Funeral Home, Fortville. Burial: Gravel Lawn Cemetery, Fortville. Survivors: wife Es-telle A. Hurley Calms; children Patrick J., Thomas J. Calms, Rosemary C. Ritchie, Kathryn C. Johnson; six grandchildren. ELOUISE CADE CROUSE, 84, Anderson, died recently. She worked at Delco Remy America Inc., retiring in 1975. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or the National Kidney Foundation. Services and calling: none. Survivors: son Robert D. Knight; sister Lavon Lauderbaugh; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Noffze Funeral Home, Alexandria, handled arrangements. KAY BROADHEAD CULHANE, 69. Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Carmel, died May 18. She had owned Custom Hair Design in Carmel. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Services: 10 a.m. May 22 in St. Columbkille Catholic Church, Fort Myers. Calling: none. Burial: Lee Memorial Park, Fort Myers. Survivors: husband Joseph Culhane; daughters Jacqueline Coffey, Shay Dworkus; sisters Eddie Sharp, Jean Humble; five grandchildren. Kiser Funeral Home, Fort Myers, is handling arrangements. CORRECTIONS DONALD G. CROWE: Visitation was May 20. The date was incorrect in the obituary published May 20. GILBERT C. TEMPLETON: Calling is from 3 to 8 p.m. May 21 in Flanner & Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary. The date was omitted from the obituary, published May 20. MARY A. MICELI BENEDICT: The name of her sister, Catherine Cornelia Tantillo, was incorrect In the obituary May 20. FUNERAL HOME AND FAMILY CHANGES LOTTA HINKLEY BROWN: Memorial services will be at 1 p m. May 27 in Peace Lutheran Church For the Deaf. The services have been added since the obituary March 5. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Dec. 17, 1983, at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, shortly after another Crawfordsvtlle resident, Annie Gardner, became the state's first such recipient there. Gardner received a second heart transplant two years ago. "He was very active, even after his heart transplant," said a daughter-in-law, Patsy Dawson. Mr. Dawson had been a salesman. He also had been a self-employed truck driver and owned a fence-building company. He was a member of Freemont Baptist Church. Survivors: wife Sandra Kay White Dawson; children Donald Gene Jr., David James, Harry Daniel, Mary Elizabeth Dawson, Heidi Nicole Osborne; brother Gary Dawson; sisters Joanie Smith, Diana Tansel. He was a charter member of the Skyline Club and a member of the Highland Golf & Country Club and the Country Club of Indianapolis. Mr. McKinney, a Navy veteran of World War II, served on the aircraft carrier USS Guadalcanal, which captured a German submarine. Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia Society. Survivors: wife Shirley June Mars-den McKinney; children Jefty, Damian McKinney, Linda B. King, Jacque Kirsh, Michele Gentis, Shannon Phillips, Toni Henke; sisters Marianne Pardee, Betty Rosenquist; 18 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. WILNA E. TULLY DIECK, 98, Indianapolis, died May 19. She was a bookkeeper for the Disciples of Christ for 10 years, retiring in 1962. She was a 1926 graduate of Butler University. She had been treasurer for the Women's Christian Temperance Union and a member of Senior Action Coalition and Senior Citizens of Inington. Memorial contributions may be made to Grace United Methodist Church, of which she was a member. Services: 2 p.m. May 23 in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel, with calling from noon. Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery. She was the widow of Earl J.W. Dieck. Survivors: daughter Carolyn S. Dieck; foster daughter Ruth Ellen Blair. MORRIS DRYBREAD, 83, Nineveh, died May 20. He worked more than 25 years for Vemcoe, Columbus, retiring in 1989. Previously, he had been postmaster in Nineveh. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of Edinburgh American Legion Post. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in Nineveh Christian Church, of which he was a member. Calling: 3 to 9 p.m. May 22 in Flinn and Maguire Funeral Home, Franklin. Burial: Nineveh Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. He was the widower of Betty Jane Dragoo Drybread. Survivors: children Morris "Buddy" "Junior" Drybread, Shirley Ann Buck, Peggy Lynn Thompson; sister Dorothy Knapp; six grandchildren; a greatgrandchild. HENRIETTE R. ROSENFIELD FASS-BURG, 91, Texas City, Texas, formerly of Indianapolis, died Jan. 11. She had been a lab technician for Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Fassburg was a 1928 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. She was a member of Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation and Ha-dassah. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. Graveside Inurnment services: 1:30 p.m. May 21 in Indianapolis Hebrew Cemetery North. Survivors: children David Fassburg, Phyllis Resnick; sisters Alice Ber-kowitz, Mignon Abramson; five grandchildren: four great-grandchildren. Aaron-Ruben-Nelson Meridian Hills Mortuary is handling arrangements. JUANITA EDWARDS GILTNER, 76, Greenwood, died May 19. She was a secretary for the Indiana Network for Employment and Training, retiring In 1974. Previously, she worked at Rans-burg Corp. She was a member of Southport Church of Christ. Services: 1 p.m. May 22 in Forest Lawn Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Home, State Road 135 Chapel, Greenwood, with calling from 3 to 8 p.m. May 21. Burial: Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Greenwood. She was the widow of Arthur Giltner. Survivors: daughters Marcia Alexander, Vonda Fuhrmann, Sheryl Fyffe; sister Patricia Strawser; four grandchildren. FRANCES D. YOUNG HALCOMB, 83. Greenfield, died May 20. She worked in the circulation department of Indianapolis Newspapers Inc. for 14 years, retiring in 1982. Previously, she owned Unique Beauty Shop in Greenfield for 18 years. She was a member of Greenfield Christian Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Pasco Memorial Mortuary, Greenfield, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Burial: Park Cemetery, Greenfield. Survivors: children Gene Maroska, Jo Ann Maroska Ash, James D. Halcomb, Betty Widvey Wright; sister Inez McClure; 10 grandchildren: 13 greatgrandchildren. MAGGIE N. ANDERSON HUMPHREY, 67, Anderson, died May 20. She worked 17 years for St. John's Medical Center. Anderson, retiring in 1990. Services: 1:30 p.m. May 23 in Brown-Butz-Diedring Funeral Home, Anderson, with calling from 11:30 a.m. Burial: Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. She was the widow of Miley E. Humphrey. Survivors: children Jerry L. Se-well, Nancy E. Russell, the Rev. Bob, Jim A. Humphrey and one other daughter; sister Geneva Johnson; 14 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. MARION COUNTY Bonner, Thelma Pearl, 91 Dieck, Wilna E. Tully, 98 Hooks, Mary E. Bradshaw, 90 Kane, Barbara L. Street, 59 Kayse, Elmer Ellis, 72 Mayhew, Everett E., 65 Nash, William C. Sr., 60 Oldham, Jean Getz Carman, 86 Pettigrew, Jimmie L, 65 Pope, Fannie Delores, 68 Purvlicis, Aleksandrs V., 86 Sharr, Renae Jenene, 36 Updike, Norbert E., 79 Via, Betty C, 75 Voida, Viola Ellen Seitz, 84 Zola, Haley Patrice, infant HAMILTON COUNTY Odle, Maxine Hill, 85 Zolly, Estelle C. Tess, 88 HANCOCK COUNTY Cairns, Harry W., 81 Halcomb, Frances D. Young, 83 Jones, Marc I, 27 McGee, Joseph C, 74 Messersmith, Jeff Robert, 17 Rozzell, Ethel S. Wilkerson, 88 Turner, Dr. Robert K., 74 JOHNSON COUNTY Drybread, Morris, 83 Giltner, Juanita Edwards, 76 Kovatch, Timothy M., 52 MADISON COUNTY Crouse, Elouise Cade, 84 Lester, Zelma A. Stinson, 90 Humphrey, Maggie N., 67 SHELBY COUNTY Mock, Lena Martin, 89 FORMER RESIDENTS Abel, Louis A., 78 Culhane, Kay Broadhead, 69 Dawson, Donald G. Sr., 57 Fassburg, Henriette, 91 Keller, Dempsey Eugene, 82 McGuire, Vivian Freeman, 82 McKinney, Benjamin R, 76 Myers, Nellie I. Graham, 87 May 21, 2000 MARY ELIZABETH BRADSHAW HOOKS, 90, Indianapolis, died May 17. Before retiring, she worked in the dietary department of Indianapolis Public Schools. Previously, she worked in the same capacity for the Veterans Administration. She was a member of White Cross Guild and the Maridelle Lester subgroup of United Methodist Women. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Barnes United Methodist Church, of which she was a member, with calling there from noon. Burial: New Crown Cemetery. She was the widow of Pervls Hooks. Survivor: brother Mark Bradshaw. Summers Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. MARC T. JONES, 27, Greenfield, died May 18. He had worked at the Pendleton Correctional Facility. Services: 11 a.m. May 22 in Jenkins Funeral Home, Bloomfield, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 21 and from 10 a.m. May 22. Burial: Garrison Chapel Cemetery, Bloomington. Memorial contributions may be made to the Marc Jones Park Fund, In care of the funeral home. Survivors: father Steve Jones; mother Donna Bowman Jones; stepmother Carol Jones; sisters Kim Frederick, Tricia Sheridan; grandmother Arietta Bowman. BARBARA L. STREET KANE, 59. Indianapolis, died May 20. She was director of music & fine arts ministries for 25 years at Southport Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member. She was past chairman for Area 5 of the American Guild of English Handbell Ringers. Memorial contributions may be made to the organ fund of the church. Memorial services will be at a later date. Calling: none. Survivors: husband Roy Kane; children Scott, Kristaan Kane; two grandchildren. The Cremation Society of Indiana is handling arrangements. ELMER ELLIS KAYSE, 72, Indianapolis, died May 19. He was a self-employed bookkeeper and accountant and worked part time in the repair shop for Sears at English Avenue. Previously, he was an accountant more than 30 years for Banquet Milk Co., Printing Industries of Indianapolis and Chrysler Corp. Mr. Kayse was an Army veteran of the Korean War and a member of Post Road Christian Church. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Fountain Square Mortuary, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Entombment: Washington Park East Mausoleum. Survivors: wife Barbara Ann Collins Kayse; brothers John L Euing D., Paul D. Kayse; sisters Jean Quagliese, Elsie Boals, Elizabeth Burkeen. DEMPSEY EUGENE KELLER, 82, Nashville, formerly of Coalmont and Indianapolis, died May 19. He had been a civil service worker 33 years at Fort Benjamin Harrison. Mr. Keller was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the 84th Infantry Rail Splitters Society. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Parkinson's Disease Association, America's National World War II Memorial, Mother's Cupboard in Brown County or a favorite charity. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in Nashville United Methodist Church, of which he was a member. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. May 22 in Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, Nashville. Burial will be at a later date in Arlington National Cemetery. Survivors: wife Susan E. Keene Keller; children Jackie Keller Roberts, Mick Keller; brother William Keller; four grandchildren; six stepgrandchildren: four great-grandchildren; 10 great-stepgrandchildren; a great-great-stepgranddaughter. TIMOTHY M. KOVATCH, 52, Franklin, died Mav 19. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in Forest' Lawn Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Home, State Road 135 Chapel, Greenwood, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Burial: Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Greenwood. Survivors: brothers Ronald, Frank Kovatch; sister Jeannette Cameron. t. ZELMA A. STINSON LESTER, 90. Anderson, died May 18. She was a home-maker. Memorial contributions may be made to the Indiana chapter of the American Diabetes Association. Services: 11:30 a.m. May 22 in Robert D. Loose Funeral Home, South Chapel, Anderson, with calling from 2 to 6 p.m. May 21. Burial: Mount Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Ovid. Survivors: son Larry G. Lester; six grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; two great-great grandchildren. EVERETT E. MAYHEW, 65, Indianapolis, died May 19. He was a truck driver 38 years for Nabisco, retiring In 1993. He was a member of Teamsters Local 135. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Jordan-Gray Funeral Home, with calling from 5 to 8 p.m. May 22 and from noon May 23. Burial: Washington Park East Cemetery. Survivors: wife Anna Ruth Mayhew; sons William E., Doug W. Mayhew; mother Lula Mae Eaton Roach; brothers Jimmy C, Donald B. Mayhew; sisters Ina M. Grey, Barbara J. Boykin, Wanda D. Phelps, Patricia D. Byrd; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. JOSEPH C. MCGEE, 74, Greenfield, died May 19. He worked 15 years in the property management department for F.C. Tucker Co. Previously, he was a fireman for 25 years with the Indianapolis Fire Department, retiring in 1974. A Navy veteran of World War II, Mr. McGee was a member of the Greenwood American Legion Post. Memorial contributions may be made to the Indianapolis Fire Department Survive Alive Program. Services: 10:30 a.m. May 23 in Pasco Memorial Mortuary, Greenfield, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Burial: Calvary Cemetery. He was the widower of Virgie Spencer McGee and Mildred Settles McGee. Survivors: daughters Sandra McGee-Moifett, Kathy Whitaker: brother Rhea McGee; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. VIVIAN LUCILLE FREEMAN McGUIRE, 82, Honolulu, formerly of Greenwood, died May 17. She worked 34 years for Indianapolis Power & Light Co., retiring as communications supervisor in 1983. Services: 3 p.m. May 23 in Olive Branch Christian Church. Calling: none. Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery, Elletsvllle. Survivors: daughter Pattl J. Lyons; two grandsons. G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home is handling arrangements. JEFF ROBERT MESSERSMITH, 17, Greenfield, died May 18. He was a student at Arlington High School. Serv- ices: 11 a.m. May 22 In Erlewein Mortuary, Greenfield, with calling from 2 to 6 p.m. May 21. Burial: Park Cemetery, Greenfield. Survivors: mother and stepfather Sharon C. VanCleave and John H. Noel; father and stepmother Jeff Allen and Patricia Messersmith; sister Crissy N. Messersmith; stepbrother Ric Miller; stepsisters Angle Schohner, Stacy Leap; grandparents Mary Messersmith, Gene and Katherine Hamm; stepgrandmothers Thelma Gross, Virginia Bearking. LENA MARTIN MOCK, 89, Morris-town, died May 20. She was a home-maker. Memorial contributions may be made to Milroy (Ind.) Christian Church, of which she was a member. Services: 10 a.m. May 22 In Bums Funeral Home, Milroy, with calling from 5 to 7 p.m. May 21. Burial: East Brook Cemetery, Milroy. She was the widow of John "Bud" Mock. Survivors: children Donna Burkett, Kenneth, Richard L. Mock; brother Leroy Martin; sisters Geraldine Freeman, Janet Wildy, Edith Maines; eight grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; , three great-great-grandchildren. NELLIE IMOGENE GRAHAM MYERS, 87, Rushvllle, formerly of Indianapolis, died May 19. She was a home health care worker for 20 years. Memorial contributions may be made to Main Street Christian Church, Rushvllle, of which she was a member. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Moster & Cox Mortuary, Rushvllle, with calling from 11 a.m. Burial: Resurrection Cemetery, Lenexa, Kan. Survivors: children Dennis E. Myers, Barbara M. Wilson, Patsy A. Dees; a grandchild; several greatgrandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. WILLIAM C. NASH Sr., 60. Indianapolis, died May 16. He was a self-employed pavement and asphalt worker. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church, of which he was a member, with calling there from 10 a.m. Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery. Survivors: wife Donna May Nash; children William C. Jr., Sherry D Darlene, LaTricia Nash; stepchildren Donita, Leslie, John F. Montgomery; mother Hazel Nash; sisters Olivia Nash-Jackson, Clotile Skates, Yolanda Adams, Mae Gardon, Kathy Kimbrough, Loretta Ferrell, Ethel Walker; 16 grandchildren. Summers Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. MAXINE HILL ODLE, 85, Noblesvllle, died May 18. She had been a third-grade teacher in Arcadia and in Dayton, Ohio. She was a graduate of Butler University. Services: 10 a.m. May 22 in Wagner and Hughes Family Mortuary, Evans-Godby-Trout Memorial Chapel, Noblesvllle, with calling from 2 to 5 p.m. May 21. Burial: Crownland Cemetery, Noblesvllle. Survivor: husband Floyd Odle. INDIANA DEATHS Deaths reports Irom outside the Indimpolis lies: Celestine Lois E. Held Brown, wife ol Howard Brown (Becher and Kluesner Funeral Home, Jasper). Columbus Larry D. Sims, 62, husband ol Louella Bowling Sims (Myers Funeral Service, Reed & Jewell Chapel). Connersvllle James W. Garner Sr.. 78. husband ot Dessie Fields Garner (Urban-Winkler Funeral Home). Greensburj Ida Belle Southworth Summan. 90. widow ot Edgar "Dutch" Summan (Moster & Cox Mortuary. Rushville). JonesvillB Robert Allen "Percy" Piercetield. 76, husband ot Anna Jean Tatem Piercetield (Dove-Sharp & Rudicel Funeral Home. North Vernon). Richmond Robert Andres Simon Calderon. inlant son ot Sarvadore and Terri Davis Calderon; Arthur G. Helms, 78, husband of Kathleen Thorman Helms (Doan & Mills Funeral Home). William M. Reynolds, 84 (Marshall-Ertewein Funeral Home, Dublin). Scottsburg Michael Allen McCammon, 53, husband ot Mary Ann McCammon (Stewart Funeral Home). Vevay Mary Kay Gullion Scudder, 82, widow ot Russell Woodrow "Woody" Scudder (Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home). ' Westport Patricia M. Brooks, 21 (Pickett Funeral Home, North Vernon). Dr. Robert Turner for Eli Lilly and in FORTVILLE, Ind. Dr. Robert K. Turner, 74, Fortville, retired Eli Lilly and Co. staff veterinarian, died May 20. Services will be at 11 a.m. May 24 in Ronald L. Seals Funeral Home. Calling will be from 2 to 8 p.m. May 23 in the funeral home. Burial will be in Gravel Lawn Cemetery. A graduate of Michigan State University, Dr. Turner was in charge of animal procurement at Lilly for 20 years, retiring in 1986. He was In charge of developing animal handling and drug protocols for animal testing. Previously, he had his own veterinary practice from 1949 to 1960. After retiring, he served as consult- JEAN V. GETZ CARMAN OLDHAM, 86, Indianapolis, died May 20. She was a homemaker. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army or 91st Street Christian Church, of which she was a member. Services: 10 a.m. May 24 in Flanner & Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary, with calling from 4 to 7 p.m. May 23. Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery. She was the widow of Gale R. Oldham and Lee A. Carman. Survivors: daughter Carol A. Radigan; stepchildren David R. Oldham, Joann Kin-zler; three grandchildren. JIMMIE L. PETTIGREW, 65, Indianapolis, died May 19. He worked 30 years for Guide Lamp Division of General Motors Corp., Anderson, retiring In 1987. He was a member of Lapel Masonic Lodge and United Auto Workers Local 663. Memorial contributions may be made to First Pentecostal Church, Anderson, of which he was a member. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Robert D. Loose Funeral Home, South Chapel, Anderson, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22. Burial: Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors: children Brent L. Pettigrew, Denise Bloomhuff; brothers Robert L., Max, Jack, Neil Pettigrew, Mike Baldwin; sister Janet Ar-llne; three grandchildren; a greatgrandchild. FANNIE DELORES JEFFERSON 0F-FUTT POPE, 68. Indianapolis, died May 18. She worked for Value City Department Store, retiring in 1999. Previously, she worked more than 30 years for the Wm. H. Block Co. Services: 1 p.m. May 24 in Stuart Mortuary, with calling from 11 a.m. Burial: Washington Park North Cemetery. Survivors: husband Jewell Pope; children Jewell "Butch," Richard Steve, Daymon, Pamela V. Pope; brothers Lawrence Jr., Warren Sr., Gary Sr., LaRue Sr., Daniel Offutt, Dennis Wilson; sisters Gwendolyn Clayton, Judy Offutt; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. ALEKSANDRS V. PURVLICIS, 86, Indianapolis, died May 20. He worked 29 years for Link-Belt, retiring in 1979. He was a member of Daugavas Vanagl. Memorial contributions may be made to Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church, of which he was a member. Services: private. Calling: none. Survivors: wife Elvira Makars Purvlicis; children Elza, Viesturs, Austris Purvlicis; two grandchildren. The Cremation Society of Indiana is handling arrangements. ETHEL S. WILKERSON ROZZELL, 88, Greenfield, died May 19. She had been a bookkeeper 25 years for Eastern Hancock School Corp. She was a member of the Lilac Literary Club and a volunteer for Hancock Memorial Hospital, Greenfield. Services: 10 a.m. May 23 in Wilkinson (Ind.) Church of Christ, of which she was a member. Calling: 3 to 8 p.m. May 22 in Condo & Son Funeral Home, Wilkinson. Burial: McCray Cemetery, Wilkinson. Memorial contributions may be made to the music fund of the church. She was the widow of Lyle "Ted" Rozzell. Survivors: daughters Gwen Peacock, Jayne Nibarger; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. For the MARRIAGE LICENSES Darron S. Crowe and Yvette M. Brown, both of 2520 N. Ta-coma Ave. Rick D. Crowe and Loree J. Greiner, both of 1780 Hamblen Drive. John W. Davis and Shana T. Scott, both of 5035 Garamy Court. Brent L. Harris and Latanya D. White, both of 4544 Candle-tree. Thomas R Harrison Jr. and Doneta G. Marsh, both of 4030 S. Carroll Road. Colby D. Hayduk, Carmel; Kristie M Whrte, 3039 Ramble-wood Drive. Alfred Henry and Shelby J. Nelson, both ot 5531 E. 42nd St. Samuel F. Hoggatt, 3839 Clarendon Road; Crystal A, Williamson, 419 Congress Ave. Theodore B. Hudnut and Amy E. Corken, both of 4502 Commonwealth Drive. James J. Hutton and Yolanda M. Ferreira, both of 3849 Amaranth Court. Gregory R. Maggard and Jennifer R. Simpson, both of 2922 Embassy Row. Michael A. McClendon and Mary T. Brent, both of 3521 Gracetond Ave. Michael S. Metrtck and Stephanie K. Syter. both of 6675 N. College Ave. John D. Moriarty and Laura L. Volk, both ol 8626 Kruggle Court. Paul J. Niklewski and Mclanie M. Goodwin, both of 7066 N. Evanston Ave. Steven A. Ottney and Kelly A. Wilson, both of 8712 Bison Lake Drive. David L. Powell and Anttna L. Wheaton, both of 5025 W. 36th Terrace. Danny J. Powers and Shawna D. Bishop, both of 2022 Glenndge Dnve. Matthew J. Robinson, 4750 E. 77th SI; Marci M. Stanley, Muncie. Todd A. Schmitl and Angela M. Berfanger. both of 2707 E. 58th St. Tony 0 Shaffer, 3141 Merrick Lane; Jerilyn J. Stewart, 7234 N. Orchard Dnve. Brian D. Shumaker and Tracy L. Barber, both of 9523 Car-lyle Drive. Wayne T. Tucker and Billie J. Mullins. both of 5303 Seertey Road Craig A. Uhlers and Cynthia K. Wasson. both of 3939 Wind Drift Dnve E. Brian E. Whalen and Diana L. Cook, both of 2139 Hanna Richard L. Wilson. 8409 Anchorage Court; Diane M. Goudy. 9801 Fall Creek Road. Todd E. Wudcoski and Lisa E. Reed, both of 4113 Holly Hill Dnve. Adam C. Wynant, 1834 E. 38th St; Amanda K. Hinton, 3140 N Meridian St. DIVORCE LAWSUITS FILED Alvies. Brian A., and Angela K Alvies Bmion. Krtrus. and Barbara J. Binion Broadstreet. David R, and Lisabeth M Broadstreet Calhoun. Richard Jr. and Wendy L Calhoun Douglas. Larry E. Jr.. and Rebecca J. Douglas Ferrell. Michael I, and Sandra L. ferrell Glancy, Clifford A., and Mary L. Glancy Ingram. Geoff, and Knstin Ingram Jones. Klandolph, and Alpha L. Jones Julian. Brian E , and Judith D. Julian Koerner, Victor, and Donna Koerner Monaghan. John R II. and Knstina D. Monaghan Moses, Michael D., and Tess A. Moses Neville, Daniel J, and Carey A. Neville f, was veterinarian private practice ant to the veterinary schools of Indiana, Purdue and Michigan State universities. He was a member of Fortville United Methodist Church and its board of trustees, as well as the Masonic Lodge and Lions Club in Fortville. He also was a member of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science and the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association. Memorial contributions may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He was the widower of Alice Domke Turner. Survivors: son Stephen K. Turner, four grandchildren. RENAE JENENE SHARR, 36, Indian- ' apolis, died May 18. She had been a i registered nurse for Roudebush Vet- erans Affairs Medical Center, where she served on the Nursing Service Editorial Board, the Recruitment, Retention and Recognition Committee and the Step CareTelemetry Task Force. Services: 1 p.m. May 23 in Jenkins Fu neral Home, Bloomfield, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. May 22 and from 11 a.m. May 23. Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Bloomfield. Survivors: parents William R. and Patricia A. Hamlin Sharr; sisters Angela Coker, Karla L. Gowin; grandparents Thelma Sharr, George and Bertha Hamlin; companion Gene Waskom. NORBERT E. UPDIKE, 79. Indianapolis, died May 19. He was a member of Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist. Services and calling: none. Survivors: wife Lorelei Workinger Updike; children Samuel, Daniel, Rebecca S. Updike, Tara Vance, Jana Grubbs. The Cremation Society of Indiana is handling arrangements. BETTY C. VIA, 75, Indianapolis, died May 19. She had been an operator for Indiana Bell Telephone Co. She was a member of St. Monica Catholic Church. Services: 11 a.m. May 23 in Conkle Funeral Home, Speedway Chapel, with calling from 9:30 a.m. Burial: Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, Jamestown. Survivors: son Nick J. Via; sisters Pat Via, Joan Sahll, Darlene Lucas; brothers Jim Via, David Lucas. VIOLA ELLEN SEITZ VOIDA, 84, Indianapolis, died May 20. She was a homemaker. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. Services: 10 a.m. May 23 in Southport United Methodist Church, of which she was a member. Calling: 3 to 7 p.m. May 22 In Little & Sons Funeral Home, Beech Grove. Burial: Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Greenwood. She was the widow of Gabriel T. Voida. Survivors: daughters Mary Ann Darnaby, Jane Zobel, Jeanne Milligan; sisters Evelyn Boger, Lucille Darting; four grandchildren. HALEY PATRICE ZOLA, infant daughter of David J. and Lisa M. Abraham Zola, Indianapolis, died May 19. Services: private. Calling: none. Burial: Washington Park North Cemetery. Other survivors: grandparents Daniel and Leslie Zola, James and Rosemary Campi, Ernie and Pat Abraham. Flanner & Buchanan Speedway Mortuary is handling arrangements. ESTELLE C. TESS ZOLLY, 88. Carmel, died May 19. She was a home-maker. Mrs. Zolly was a member of Shepherd's Center of Carmel. Graveside services: noon May 23 in Holy Cross Cemetery, Calumet City, 111. Calling: private. She was the widow of Joseph Zolly. Survivors: children Robert Joseph Zolly, Patricia M. Klauba; sisters Alica Ziolkowski, Jane McMahon; three grandchildren. Wagner and Hughes Family Mortuary, Evans-Godby-Trout Memorial Chapel, Noblesvllle, is handling arrangements. Record Price. Michael R and April A Price Shottner. Jason l and Angela J Shoffner Starks. Charles, and Elizabeth Starks Sutphin. Keith B.. and Deanna R. Sutphin Tunstall. Jackie L, and Arlene Tunstall Watkms. Robert, and Pamela Watkms Willman, Richard A, and F. Michelle Witlman Wright. Evan S, and Errica F Thomas Wright, Tony D and Christine Wngbt DEATH CERTIFICATES Aldrich, Evelyn, 76, Wildwood Health Care Center, dementia. Alexander, Devota, 83, St. Francis Hospital South Campus, bowel infarction. Bain, Harold, 73, SI. Vincent Hospital, coronary artery disease. Baker, Lusty. 80, Indiana University Hospital, multiorgan lail-ure. Baldwin, Charles, 46, CommunRy Hospital South, coronary atherosclerosis. Bales, Dale, 75, 425 Kindig Road, cancer. Beidelman, Eleanor, 86, Methodist Hospital, cerebrovascular accident Bertelll, Jerry, 58, Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center, cancer. Blackmon, Verdell, 79, 861 W. 27th St., coronary artery disease. Blankenship, Jimmie, 64, Methodist Hospital, sepsis. Bragg, Delores, 67, Westview Nursing Center, hypoxia. Brown, Lauretta, 84, Forest Creek Village, coronary artery disease. Courtney-Aldridge, Tina, 39, Indiana University Hospital, liver Cox, Mary, 31, Community Hospital East ventricular tachycardia. Day. Prince, 81, Wishard Memorial Hospital, ventricular fibrillation. Delong, Josephine, 92, Community Hospital South, pulmonary edema. Dillman, Bonrta. 75. Methodist Hospital, hypertension Dilry. Stephan, 60, Brookview Rehabilitation and Specialty Care, cancer Dobbs. Marilyn, 66, St Vincent Hospital, myocardial infarction. Eads. Wlliam, 75, ManorCare Health Services, cancer. Endns, Owen, 75, Community Hospital East coronary artery disease Engle, Julia. 77. Methodist Hospital, lymphoma. Finney. James, 63, Wishard Memorial Hospital, coronary artery disease Goodman, Maryetta, 69, Community Hospital East sepsis Gnflo, Charles, 83. Community Hospital East, penpheral vascular disease. Hamishteger, Edward, 80, Community Hospital South, aspiration pneumonia. Harnson, Charles. 81, Forest Creek Village, dementia. Harter. David, 76, Indiana University Hospital, abdominal aortic aneurysm. Haslet. Ada, 65. St Vincent Hospital, femoral popliteal bypass. Haviland. Bertrand, 99, ManorCare Health Services, cancer. Hernandez, Roger, 55, Methodist Hospital. non-Hodgkin s lymphoma. Highwood. Mary, 56. Bethany Village Nursing Home, multiple sclerosis. Holt. Ruth. 67. Select Specialty Hospital, dabetes mellitus Holton. Delia. 89, 7619 Acton Road, renal failure Humble, Phonnie, 78, Northwest Manor Health Care Center, coronary artery disease Inabnit. Ronald, 62, Community Hospital South, cancer. Johnson. Norman. 67, St. Vincent Hospital, renal failure Jones. Billy, 69. Canterbury Village, pulmonary disease Joniskan, Albert, 71, Integrated Health Services of Indan- apolis a! Cambridge, arteriosclerosis. Kellar. Austin, 1 month. Riley Hospital for Children, ischemic encephalopathy. jj

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