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B4 TUESDAY, JULY 1, 2003 CitylState THE INDIANAPOLIS STAG - WWW.INDYSTAR.COM Obituaries Floyd Fithian, professor and former congressman Associated Press LAFAYETTE, Ind. Former U.S. congressman and Purdue University professor Floyd Fithian died Friday at his retirement home in Annandale, Va. He was 76. Fithian, who also was a farmer, represented the Lafayette area in Congress from 1975-1983. He was the only Democrat to win re-election in this heavily Republican area. "He believed with all his heart that he could represent everyone," his daughter, Cindy, said Monday. "He and his staff gave consistent constituent service. He listened and the people responded." Steve Buyer, R-Monticello, now represents the area and remembered Fithian for his passion for his job. "Former Congressman Floyd Fithian lived his life as a dedicated public servant to his stu Creda Thelma Vanover Amodeo 80, Holiday, FL, formerly of Indianapolis, passed away June 27, 2003 in the Hernando Pasco Hospice, New Port Riehey, FL. She was bom April 5, 1923 in Revelo, KY to Thomas Elmer and Grace Lee Taylor Smith. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Assembly of God Church in New Port Richey, FL Mrs. Amodeo is survived by her husband Joseph Amodeo; daughters Jean Allen PentUey and Peggy Ann , King; brothers Char lie, Kennith, George and Billy Smith; sisters . Lou Baty and Katherin King; six grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by brother Glenn Smith and sister Elma Stewart. Services will be at 1 p.m., July 2, 2003 in G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home, 5141 Madison Avenue. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. July 1 in the funeral home. Mary Alice Anderson 84, ot Clermont, passed away June .29, 2003. She was 'born January 14, 1919 in Clermont, IN, to Earl & Lela ILippard. She was the widow of Robert C. Anderson, who died in 1984. She was a life long member of the Clermont Christian Church. She was a past Republican Party Precinct Committee Woman. She was a 50 year '. member of the Millersville Chap-; ter 300 of the Order of the Eastern Star, and member of the i American Legion Auxiliary. She was a 20 year employee, retiring in 1985 from the Bureau of Motor i Vehicles in Indpls. Her surviving 'relatives include her siblings, I Jackie Berry, Tillie Roberts, and jTodd Lippard; son Ron; grand-: children, Ron, Jr., Jennifer & Au- drey; and great-grandchildren, ', Miles & Corbin. Services will be ; held at 11:30 am. Thur., July 3 at Conkle Funeral Home, Speedway ' ChapeL with calling from 3 to 8 p.m. Wed., July 2. Memorial Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Mary Elizabeth Fettic Bainaka 87, Indianapolis, died June 29, 2(K)3. She was a salesperson for Win. H. Block for four years. Mrs. Bainaka was a member of Exeter Ave. Baptist Church. The family would like to thank St. Vincent Hospice. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thurs. July 3 in Conkle Funeral Home Speedway Chapel, with calling from 5 to 8 p.m. Wed. July 2. Entombment will be in Lincoln Memory Gardens. Survivors include husband Paul V. Bainaka; son Larry Bainaka; daughter Paula Ami Franz; sister Margaret Sutton; four grandchildren; five great-grandcluldren. Pearl O. Cook 81, Martinsville, died June 30, 2003. Services: 11 a.m. July 3 in Costin Funeral Chapel, Martinsville, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 2. More obituaries on the next page M I ommumty Funerals in Pre-plan funeral arrangements. Hold the service anywhere. Saw thousands of dollars. 780-0207 dents at Purdue University and to his constituents," Buyer said. "His commitment to his state knew no bounds." Fithian defeated Republican Earl Landgrebe in 1974, becoming the first Democrat to represent the district since George R. Du-gan capitalized on the Great Depression and Franklin Roosevelt's popularity to claim the seat for a single term in 1932. In 1976, Fithian became the first Democrat in state history to win re-election from the area, and he held onto the seat through three elections. In 1982, Fithian ran unsuccessfully against Sen. Richard Lugar, losing by 150,000 votes. He never again sought elective office, but he remained politically active, becoming chief of staff for then-Illinois Sen. Paul Simon. Fithian served as Simon's top aide and top fund-raiser until 1992. To our readers I he Indianapolis Star publishes tree, basic obituaries for residents of Marion, Boone, Hamilton, Hancock. Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Morgan and Shelby counties. The basic obituary includes the deceased's name, age, city of residence and details about visitation and sen ices OR a single item regarding contributions. Families who want to personalize their lined one's obituary by including more information, a photo or emblem may do so at a cost. Your funeral home will provide information on personalized obituary rates. Obituaries are coordinated by The Indianapolis Star's Classified Advertising Dept. Obituaries are aha available online ai Viola K. Applewhite Crawford 79, Palestine, Arkansas, formerly of Indianapolis, died June 25, 2003. She was a self-employed housekeeper and member of Apostolic Faith Church. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thur., July 3 at Conkle Funeral Home, Speedway ChapeL with calling from Noon. Burial: Lincoln Memory Gardens. She was preceded in death by her husband, LC. Crawford. Survivors: sister Precious Williams; niece Willie Vern Metcalf Smith; and a host of other nieces and nephews. Margaret Giddens Hoover Dailey 83, Indianapolis. Services: 10:30 a.m. July 3 in Chapel Hill United Methodist Church. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. July 2 in Stevens Mortuary. Canary Duffins a 79. Kokomo. for- , merly of Indianapo- "- t,llio HitH .Tnno 9fi ( 2003. She was a sales clerk for La-1 Mode Shoppe, retir-) ing in 1988, after 35 V 4 years of service. She v-1 was a memDer oi the Historic Wayman Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, member of the Chumming Club, and she was Past President of the Anna C. Clay-born Missionary Society. Services will be held at 11 am. Thursday, July 3 at Historic Wayman Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Kokomo, with calling from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 2. Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Maurice Lee Duffins; her adopted daughters, Jennifer Y. Whitticker of Kokomo and Joyce Y. Grimes of Indianapolis; 4 grandchildren. Arrangements handled by: Bluitt & Son Funeral Home, Kokomo. Ethel A. Thorman Farmer 82, Richmond, died June 28, 2003. Arrangements: Doan & Mills Funeral Home, Richmond Freda M. Reppert Foster 84, Cloverdale, died June 30, 2003. Arrangements: Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale. Share and Remember In Memoriam ads in The StarClassifieds. To place an ad, or for information, e-mail or call 317.444.7276. t- Familiar Places hurchg, INDIANA DEATHS Marion County Bainaka, Mary E., 87 Dailey, Margaret Giddens, 83 Gentzke, Richard E., 37 Hayden, MaryL, 82 Holifield, Michael B., 25 Joseph, Betty Hayes, 74 Mullinnix, Ralph C, 82 Nathan, Frieda Muleff, 89 Nicely, Carol Ann, 56 Owen, Gregory W., 32 Pattison, Paul J., 74 Richardson, Geraldine, 73 Shook, Neil E., 54 Snider, Hugh M., 85 St Jolm, Marvelin, 85 Thornton, William Jr., 74 West, Margaret H., 80 Williamson,- Carolyn Sue., 62 Boone County Graves, Frances A, 77 Hancock County Ham, Mark, 47 Hendricks County Mohr, Merridean H., 83 Johnson County Horton, A James, 80 Howard, Zenna Kennedy, 80 Madison County Mottweiller, Michael, 53 Morgan County Cook, Pearl O., 81 Jones, Aileen R., 87 Other Indiana Counties Anderson, Mary A, 84 Duffins, Canary, 79 Farmer, Ethel Thorman, 82 Foster, Freda, M., 84 Hurst, Joyce E., 68 Moistner, James A, 75 Retzner, Emma Mary, 89 Smith, Barbara Roby, 77 Tisdel, Norman, 50 Yount, Allen C, 84 Former Resident Amodeo, Creda Vanover, 80 Crawford, Viola K., 79 Hogg, Jessie Jones, 67 Martindale, Harold, 81 Wagoner, Dorothy E., 95 Richard Edward "Rick" Gentzke 137, Indianapolis, IN, , "SI died suddenly June V128. 2003. Rick was Iborn on Nov. 29, 1965 in Ft Sill, OK to Frank and Au-drev Hlvesl Genty- y ke. He was a gradu-A ate of Indiana State University and Indiana University. Rick had worked as a life coachsocial worker for the past five years at First Home, a division of Wishard Memorial Hospital. He was an avid photographer, eru'oyed the outdoors and especially appreciated gardening. In addition to his parents, Frank and Audrey, survivors include brother, Mike Gentzke; grandmothers Anna B. Gentzke and Linda Tenn and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins. Friends may greet the family on Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. in Leppert & Hensley Mortuary, Nora ChapeL Funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Christ Church Cathedral. Interment will follow in Crown Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Coalition for Homeless Intervention and Prevention (CHIP), 960 E. Washington St., 200-B, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Frances A. Graves 77, Thorntown, died June 29, 2003. Services: 2 p.m. July 2 at Russell & Hitch Funeral Home, Thorntown, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 1. Mark Ham 47, Greenfield, died June 28, 2003. Graveside Services: 11 am. July 1 at Park Cemetery, with calling from 10 a.m. toll a.m. at Pasco Memorial Mortuary, Greenfield, Mary L. Hayden xx of Indianapolis, passed away June 30, 2003 at home. She had been employed with AFNB for 25 years, retiring in 1987. Funeral service: 9:30 am. Thursday, July 3, 2003 at Feeney-Homak Keystone Mortuary followed by Mass of Cluistian Burial at 10 am. at Clirist the King Catholic Church. Visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 2 also at the mortuary. Interment Calvary Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Jolm E. Hayden; son, John C. Hayden; sister, Patricia G. Wheeler. Also, one grandson, John M. Hayden. Jessie C. Jones Hogg 67, Ft Myers, FL, formerly of Indianapolis, died June 28, 2003. Funeral services to celebrate her life, will be held on Thursday, July 3, at 1 p.m. in Family Funeral Care, with calling from 11 am. Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer So ciety. hi loving memory, Jessie is survived by her sons, Morgan (Cindy) Hogg and Frank (Laura) Hogue; daughters Michelle "Mickey" (Rick) Skiles and Car-ma Pfeifer, brother Joe (Valerie) Jones; sister Naomi Neal; 13 grandchildren; and a special friend, William Powell. PTTt Previously published obituaries since Jan., 2003 can be found at lndyStar.comobituaries Click on "Obits" under the "In City & State" section, then search by date or name to find complete listings from The Indianapolis Star. Michael Brandon Holifield 25, Indianapolis, died June 27, 2003. He was born Oct 17, 1978. He was a graduate of Warren Central High School and had worked for Fairland Fence and Deck. Services will be at 11 am. Thurs. July 3 in Hendryx Mortuary, New Palestine, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. Wed. July 2. Burial at Washington Park East Cemetery. Survivors include mother Sandy Holifield, Indianapolis; father Mike Holifield, Indianapolis; sister Brenda Holifield-Tabor, husband Peter, New Palestine; grandmothers Erma Taylor, Barbara Clark; grandfather Jack Clark; nieces Madison and McKinnah; nephews Zachary and Brendon. A. James "Jim" Horton 80, Bargersville, died June 28, 2003. Services: 10:30 am. July 2 at Bargersville Christian Church, with calling there from 2 to 8 p.m. July 1. Arrangements: Vandi-vier-Tudor Funeral Home. Zenna Mae Kennedy Howard 80, passed away June 28, 2003 in Regency Place in Greenwood. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Howard is survived by four daughters Connie, Judy, Ada and Slur-ley; fiance' Ben Hull and 13 grandchildren. Services are private in G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home, 5141 Madison Avenue. Joyce E. Hurst 68 of Valparaiso, formerly of Indianapolis, passed away Sunday, June 29, 2003 at Porter Memorial Hospital in Valparaiso. On November 16, 1934 she was born in Jamestown, TN, the daughter of Ernest and Mossie (Dishman) Lawson. She was employed at St. Vincentis Hospital, Indianapolis in the housekeeping department. In 1954 she married Garner Hurst in Livingston, TN. He preceded her in death on April 24, 1989. She was a member of Eastlake Baptist Church in Crown Point Survivors include one son: Dan (Karma) Hurst of Palmyra, MO; two daughters: Pam (Phil) With-row of Valparaiso; Lori Tracy) Fahy of Indianapolis; six grandchildren: Amanda and Aaron With row, Lacy, Ivy, Sophie Hurst and Brian Harlow; two sisters: Thelma Jean LaFever of Algood, TN and Faye Brasfield of Fairfield Glades, TN. Besides her husband she was preceded in death by her parents and one brother Royal Lawson. Funeral services will be held at 10 am., Thursday, July 3, 2003 at East-lake Baptist Church, Crown Point, with Rev. Rich Cheek officiating. Burial will be in Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville. Visitation will be Wednesday, July 2, 2003 from 4-8 p.m., at Moeller Funeral Home, Valparaiso. Memorials may be made in Joyceis name to Eastlake Baptist Church. Aileen R. Jones 87, Mooresville, died June 28, 2003. Services: 11 am. July 2 in Feeney-Homak Shadeland Mortuary, with calling from 9 am. Betty Jo Hayes Joseph 74, Indianapolis, died June 29, 2003. She was born Oct 31, 1928, in Clinton, IN to the late Ralph and Louanna (Phelps) Hayes. She married Roy R. Joseph Dec. 14, 1946 in Indpls. He died Jan. 22, 2001. Survivors: sons Paul D. and Richard A Joseph, both of Indpls., Gary W. Joseph, Union-ville, IN; daughter Deborah D. Lindsey, Indpls.; brother Ralph Hayes Jr., Terre Haute; sister Doris Van Duyn, Rosedale, IN; 6 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. She was an Avon consultant for 35 years. Services: 1 p.m. July 2 at Forest Lawn Wilson St, Pierre Funeral Home, State Road 135 Chapel, Greenwood, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 1. Burial: Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Greenwood. Memorial contributions: Heartland Hospice, 333 N. Summit St, Toledo, Ohio, 43604. Harold Martindale 81, Lake City, FL, formerly of Martinsville, died June 28, 2003. He was bom Oct. 6, 1921 in Martinsville. He was a lineman for Public Service of Indiana 'for 39 years, retiring in 1984. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. July 3 in New South Park Cemetery, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 2 in Costin Funeral Home Chapel, Martinsville. Burial will be in New South Park Cemetery, Martinsville. Survivors include wife Madge Sewell Martindale; sons Richard Martindale, Ron Martindale, Bob Martindale; stepson Ron Sewell; daughter Anita Ennis; stepdaughter Stephanie Raulerson; brother Guy Martindale (deceased); sister Inez St. Jolm (deceased); grandchildren Andy Martindale, Jennifer Lingle, Carol Lewis, Julie Massey, Nikki Fletcher, Allison Pitner and Taylor Martindale; stepgrandson Mi-chael Huffman; 13 great-grandchildren. Merridean H. Clark Mohr 83, Lizton, died June 29, 2003 in St. Vincents Hospital. She was bom Nov. 13, 1919. Mrs. Mohr was a graduate of Danville High School. She was the owner and operator of The Powder Puff Beauty Shop in Lizton for 30 years. Mrs. Mohr was a member of Lizton United Methodist Church, Order of the Eastern Star and the Home Economics Club. Services will be at 11 am. Wed. July 2 in Porter Funeral Home, Jamestown, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. Tues. July 1. She was preceded in death by brothers William, Wallace and Wilber Clark; sister Myrtle Wolfe. Survivors include husband Gerald E. Mohr, sons Charles E. Mohr, Jamestown, James W. Mohr, Lizton; brother Hugh Wilford Clark, Plainfield; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. James Arthur Moistner 75, Centerville, died June 28, 2003. Arrangements: Doan & Mills Funeral Home, Richmond. Michael Ray Mottweiler 53, Elwood, died June 29, 2003. Services: 11 am. July 2 at Co-pher-Fesler-May Funeral Home, Elwood, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 1. Ralph C. Mullinnix ,82 years, of India-' napolis, passed away June 29, 2003. He was bom October 28, 1920 to Harry C. and Mae M. A 7V (Hibner) Mullinnix, 4K f wno nave preceded I TXJ luiu in death. He attended Duke University, and was a graduate of Purdue University in 1948. Ralph played an important role in the design and construction of roadways, bridges, and structures throughout Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan; including interstate 465, and the Central Post Office. After working as a civil and structural engineer for the State of Indiana, he was a partner in consulting engineering firms until his retirement in 1993. He was a member of Castleview Baptist Church and the Super Sixties at the Church, American Legion, Tau Beta Phi, Delta Tau Delta, and Chi Epsilon. He was a veteran of World War n, serving in the U.S. Navy. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, July 3 at 10 am., with visitation Wednesday, July 2 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Shirley Brothers Irving Hill ChapeL 5377 E. Washington St. Ralph is survived by his wife of 58 years, Rebecca "Becky" (Bobbitt) Mullinnix; son, Stephen B. (Kathleen) Mullinnix; brother, Donald H. (Mary) Mullinnix; granddaughters, Nicole, Michelle Mullinnix. Frieda Muleff Nathan 89, Indianapolis, died June 29, 2003. She was bom April 6, 1914. She was a homemaker and the widow of Pete W. Nathan. Services: 10:30 am. on Wednesday, July 2 in St Stephen Eastern Orthodox Church, of which she was a member and lifetime member of the Sisterhood. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 1 in Stevens Mortuary, and from 10 a.m. until services July 2 in the church. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. Survivors: sons Jim, Chris, Alex Nathan; sister Donna Nedelcoff; 6 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. Carol Ann Nicely 56, Indianapolis, died June 29, 2003. Services: 2 p.m. July 2 in Myers Chapel of Memories, Lebanon. Calling: 4 to 8 p.m. July 1 in Myers Mortuary, Lebanon. Gregory W. Owen 32, Indianapolis, died recently. Memorial gathering: 4 to 6 p.m. July 1 in Family Funeral Care. Paul "Pat" J. Pattison 74, Indianapolis, died June 30, 2003. He was a self-employed printer. Mr. Pattison was a Navy veteran of the Korean Conflict He was a volunteer tutor thru Oasis Second Reformed Presbyterian Church. Memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Foundation or Second Reformed Presbyterian Church. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thurs. July 3 in Conkle Funeral Home Speedway Chapel, with calling from 3 to 8 p.m. Wed. July 2. Entombment will be in Lincoln Memory Gardens. Survivors include wife Jean Pattison; daughters Joyce Prescott, Janet McCor-kle, Julie Saxon, Kevin Melton Cloer, Kim Melton Rhoades; sister Geneva Jones; brother Roy Pattison (deceased); several nieces and nephews; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Emma Mary Retzner 89, Osgood, died June 29, 2003. Arrangements: Neal's Funeral Home, Osgood. Geraldine Richardson 73, Indianapolis, died June 26, 2003. Services: 11 a.m. July 1 at Alpha Funeral Service, with calling from 10 am. Neil E. Shook 54, died peacefully at his residence on June 30, 2003. He 3 fl I was bom on June 4, ' -dj ' 11949 in Valparaiso, WHN, to the late Eu- P v- sene W. Shook and y; Norma J. ( Witten-I . berg ) Shook, who survives. Neil was a 1971 graduate of Indiana University, graduating with distinction, and a 1975 graduate of Indiana University Law School, Indianapolis, graduating Magna Cum Laude. A well respected member of Indianapolis legal community, Neil began his distinguished legal career at the law firm of Bamberger & Feibleman in 1975. When partners Elliott Levin and George Rubin formed their own firm in 1977, Neil and his wife Debbie left Bamberger & Feibleman to establish the firm of Rubin & Levin, where Neil was a partner until his retirement in 1998 due to his failing health. He was an author of numerous articles on commercial and bankruptcy law and a frequent lecturer for the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Foundation. He was Past President of the Indianapolis Bar Association. In addition, he was Adjunct Professor of Bankruptcy at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, for seven years. He was the recipient of the Paul H. Buchannan, Jr. Award of Excellence, Indiana State Bar Association Presidential Citation for exceptional contributions to the profession of law, and other awards too numerous to mention. Neil was an inspiration and a mentor to many young attorneys practicing in Indianapolis and throughout Indiana He will be remembered as a "lawyer's lawyer", who practiced law with great honor, integrity & civility. An avid sportsman and outstanding athlete, Neil was especially fond of fly fishing and canoeing with his friends and family. He was also an active soccer dad with both of his son's high school and college teams. Neil bravely battled ALS "Lou Gehrig's Disease," for 8 years, and in 2002 attended the walk to D1 feet ALS in Carmel. Team Shook, comprised of friends, family and the North Central men's soccer team, grew to over 100 walkers and obtained a sizeable donation for the ALS Foundation. Survivors include his wife of 22 years, Debbie J. (Lohman) Shook, with whom he practiced law at Rubin & Levin; sons, Evan, a junior at DePauw, and Ryan, a graduating senior at North Central High School. Neil also leaves behind his mother, Norma J. (Wittenberg) Shook of Valparaiso, IN; sisters, Susan Shook Os-burn, of Dallas, Texas, and Debbie Shook Hermes, of Lake Forest, Illinois. A memorial service will be held at 12:30 p.m. Thur., July 3 in Meridian Street United Methodist Church, located at 5500 N. Meridian Street. Friends may greet the family in the church parlor immediately following the service. Memorial gifts may be given to the Neil E. Shook Scholarship Endowment Fund, co Indianapolis Bar Foundation, created in October of 1999, 107 North Pennsylvania St. Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46204 -or- ALS Foundation, 1980 E. 116th St Suite 105, Carmel, IN. 46032-3515. Arrangements entrusted to Leppert & Hensley Mortuary, Nora ChapeL Barbara Roby Smith 77, Linton, died June 28, 2003. Services: 1 p.m. July 2 in Ander-son-Poindexter Memory Chapel, Linton, with calling from 4 to 8 p.m. July 1. Burial: Fairview Cemetery. Hugh M. Snider 85, Beech Grove, died June 27, 2003. He retired in 1980 from the Inland Container Corp. as the head of engineering. Mr. Snider also worked for Egenolf Machine Company from 1980 to 1984 as the plant manager. Currently, he was on the Board of Directors for Egenolf Machine Company. Mr. Snider was a Major in the Army Air Force, during World War E He was a member of Emerson Ave. Baptist Church, of which memorial contributions may be made. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thurs. July 3 in Emer-, son Ave. Baptist Church. Calling I will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wed. July 2 in Little and Sons Beech Grove ChapeL Burial at Wasliington Park East Cemetery. He was the widower of Gertrude Holzapfel Snider. Survivors include brothers Col. Albert I I. Snider and Dr. Lewis A Snider; sister Harriet J. Jordan and several nieces and nephews. Marvelin O. Masten St. John 85, Indianapolis, died June 29, 2003 at Northwest Manor. She was a homemaker and helped manage El Lou Mobile Home Park. Services will be at 11:30 am. on Welnesday, July 2 in Conkle Funeral Hopme, Speedway ChapeL with calling from 9:30 am. Burial: I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Waverly. She was the widow of Joseph St. John.

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