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Journal Courier www.jconline.com C2 Thursday, December 16, 2010 Donnabelle Glass, 83 Harriette Ardapple, 89 Nan E. Lyons, 64 Deaths Virginia R. Book, 89 Virginia R. Owens Book, 89, of Lafayette, died Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010, at Regency Place.

Born Jan. 10, 1921, in Fayette City, she was the daughter of the late William and Ruth Owens. She married Millard F. "Red" Book on May 23, 1938, in Maryland, WVa. He More obituaries.

Page C3 of Monticello Christian Church and Order of Eastern Star of Mooresville. She liked sewing, enjoyed making floral arrangements and doing ceramics. She also baked and decorated special occasion cakes. She married Noel F. Lyons on Dec.

25, 1970, in Morgan County. He died Oct. 8, 2009. Survivors include two daughters, Noreen Holmes (husband: Troy) of Monticello and Wendy Ramsey of Reynolds; a son, Tom Chandler (wife: Sandy) of Reels-ville; two sisters, Hazel Par-ra of Georgia and Josephine Hurst of Martinsville; and a brother, Charlie Hamilton (wife: JoAnn) of Plainfield. Services are Friday in Monticello.

www.miller-roscka. com grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Surviving are three daughters, Tammy Littleton of Lafayette, Mildred Cowger of Ohio, and Elanor White of Bellevernon, and a sister, Betty Owens of Pennsylvania. Also surviving are a nephew, Theodore Book (wife: Juanita) of Jacksonville, FL; 16 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Chuck Book.

Visitation is 5-8 p.m. Friday at Hippensteel Funeral Home. Funeral service 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. The Rev.

Greg Eber-hard officiating. Interment at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens. Hippensteel Funeral Home entrusted with care. Share memories and condolences online at www. hippensteelfuneralservice.

com FRANKFORT Donnabelle Glass, 83, died at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, at her home in Frankfort. Born Oct. 17, 1927, in Pittsburg, she was the daughter of the late Earl Eustis and Vernie Esther Misner Berry.

Mrs. Glass had lived in Englewood, and An derson, S.C., betore returning to Frankfort in 2003. She had worked at Bates File Co. in Venice, for 13 years and at Glass Jules-Simon in Frankfort for two years. She was divorced from Raymond T.

Hall. She married Marvin "Dick" Glass on Aug. 15, 1970, in Frankfort, and he survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Penny K. Spurl-ing (husband: Kim) of Frankfort and Rhonda Hall of Bradenton, four sons, Rick Hall (wife: Lilia), Raymond Hall (wife: Debbie) and Mark R.

Glass (wife: Kathy), all of Frankfort, and Marvin Richard "Dick" Glass Jr. (wife: Vicki) of Kirklin; and one sister, Helen Ruth Kurtz of Lafayette. Services are Friday in Frankfort. Debra Jedlicka, 54 Debra Sue Bushman Jedlicka, 54, of Lafayette, died Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010, at Clarian Arnett Hospital.

Born June 29, 1956, in Lafayette, she was the daughter of Kenneth "Fritz" and Alma Marie Rosa Bush- 'din wn I 4 Harriette A. "Betty" Ardapple, 89, of Lafayette, died at 12:40 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, at Bickford Cottage in Lafayette. She was born Nov.

4, 1921, in Lafayette, to the late Raymond and Gladys Dickey Williams. She graduated from St. Francis High School and attended Stevens and Purdue universities. On July 10, 1943, she married Warren W. Ardapple in Lafayette.

He died Aug. 31, 2009. Mrs. Ardapple was a member of St. Mary Cathedral.

Surviving are a son, David Ardapple, and two daughters, Gretchen Reil-ing (husband: Bob) and Jessica B. Ardapple, all of Lafayette. Also surviving are 4 grandchildren, Anne Kilby of Tampa, FL, Amy Sani of Trento, Italy, Andrew Ardapple of Lafayette and Alexandria Ardapple of Stoughton, WI; and 5 greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Joseph Andrew Ardapple; and a sister. There will be private family services.

Soller-Baker Funeral Home assisted the family. You may offer condolences at www. American Legion Post 492 and a longtime member of ABATE. She enjoyed arts and crafts, making dreamcatch-ers, bird-watching and the outdoors. Surviving with her parents is her companion, Shane Payne; two sons, Michael Charles Jedlicka Jr.

of Lafayette and Jason R. Jedlicka of West Lafayette; and two sisters, Linda Gregg (husband: Johnny) of West Lafayette and Penny Wat-kins of Lafayette. Services are Monday in Lafayette. dy) McCormick, Andrea (Ryan) McCormick Miller, Jonathan (Heather) Duzan, Thomas Duzan, Krista (Jono) Newhouse, and Seth (Angel) Duzan; 5 greatgrandchildren, Madalene and Aubrey Duzan, Cole, Andrew and Hallie Miller; a brother-in-law, Mike and Polly Coon; a sister-in-law, Wanda Duzan; and a special friend, Margie Temples. He was preceded in death by a brother, Dayrel.

Funeral services will at Pearce Funeral Home in Marshall, IL at 10 a.m. Friday, with the Rev David Deal officiating. Interment in Green Moss Cemetery. Visitation is 4-8 p.m. Thursday and from 7 a.m.

until service time Friday at the funeral home. For those so desiring memorial contributions may be made to Marshall Rotary Club, Harlan Hall or Green Moss Cemetery. MONTICELLO Nan E. Lyons, 64, died Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, at Indiana Veterans' Home in West Lafayette.

She had been in failing health after suffering complications during a liver transplant in 2008. She suffered a massive stroke and had been a quadriplegic since that time. Born June 25, 1946, in Camby, she was the daughter of the late Cleo S. and Eddie Lyons C. Barnett Hamilton.

She came to Monticello from Greenfield in 1984. Mrs. Lyons was a licensed cosmetologist and a home-maker. She was a member James R. Wattles, 72 James R.

"Jim" Wattles, 72, of Bloomington, died Monday, Dec. 13, 2010, at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Born March 31, 1938, in Detroit, he was the son of the late James R. Wattles Sr. and Dorothy Gordier Wattles.

He graduated from Howe (Ind.) Military and Indiana University, Bloomington, receiving a degree in business. He enlisted in the Marine Corps and attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va. After being stationed in Camp Lejeune, N.C., he then served a tour of duty in Vietnam, rising to the rank of captain. He was discharged in 1966. He and his family moved to Bloomington in 1971.

He became co-owner of BMB Heating Cooling, retiring in 2005. Throughout his career, he participated in a few side business ventures, including a short-lived stint as a partner in the BLW Cattle Co. He was a longtime member of Bloomington Country Club, and enjoyed few things more than playing golf there with his friends. In addition to golf, he enjoyed growing and giving away house plants, bird feeding and watching, fishing with friends and spending time with all of his grandkids. Survivors include his wife of 46 years, JoAnn Westfall Wattles; his two daughters, Jennifer Hal-loran (husband: Kevin) of Bloomington and Christine Sammons (husband: Edward) of West Lafayette; a fl'NFIMi CRfVATlON S'RVICfS Lafayette Chapel David A.

Ortega Visitation from noon until Service at 1 p.m. Thursday Hahn-Groeber Funeral home www.hahnKroeberfuneralhome.com Qgujgx 742-7873 IFDA Lafayette Chapel Marvin O. Hubrich Service 1 0:30 a.m. Thursday St. James Lutheran Church Harriette A.

"Betty" Ardapple Private family services JC Cox Visitation 5-8 p.m. Friday Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel Service 10:30 a.m. Saturday Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel Rondel L. "Ron" Blankenship Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel Service 10 a.m. Thursday preceded her in death Nov.

26, 1994. Mrs. Book was a baby sitter for more than 20 years. She was a longtime mem Book ber of First Christian Church and a member of the Eagles Auxiliary. She enjoyed working puzzles and word searches, and spending time with her Garlin F.

Brown, 64 FRANKFORT Garlin F. Brown, a former Frankfort resident, died Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Sun City, Ca lif. Born June 14, 1946, in Bedford, he was the son of the late Harold and Margaret Elliott Brown. He graduat Brown ed from Simi Valley High School in California in 1965.

He was formerly married Funeral notice GLADYS L. ST. JOHN r.lOYER, 90 Gladys Lavon St. John Moyer, formerly of Lafayette, died on November 23, 2010, in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she resided. Born in Sedalia on March 8, 1920, to Ruth E.

Galeener and her husband who would abandon them, after which she moved to Frankfort with her mother and brother, Joseph H. (Bud) Galeener, Moyer where she would be graduated from Frankfort High School. As a child, she recalled going each day with her mother to the Singer Sewing Machine Company where she played with other children there while their mothers worked making garments. Gladys would subsequently gain a step-sister, Martha L. (Dee) Wainscott McGee, and a half-brother, Donald E.

Wainscott, as result of her mother's marriage to C. Robert Wainscott in 1929. Following graduation from high school, Gladys received training as a legal secretary, and after employment and a brief marriage in Frankfort, she moved to Lafayette for a more challenging position in the law offices of Vernon E. St. John.

Following a long courtship, she was married to Mr. St. John on June 21, 1941. One child, Sandra Sue, was born to that union on July 9, 1942. Gladys had the distinction of becoming Indiana's first bailbondswoman, and beginning in 1950 was active in the Lafayette Business and Professional Women's Club, being President 1966-67 and sister, Joan Wattles of Seattle; and his brother, Gary Wattles (wife: Jeanette) of Boise, Idaho.

Also surviving are his mother-in-law, Marguerite Carpenter of Bloomington; and nine grandchildren, Sheridan Halloran, Delaney Halloran, Griffin Halloran, Eleanor Sammons, Riley Halloran, Peter Sammons, Evan Halloran, Maggie Sammons, and Aidan Halloran. A brother, Richard Wattles, preceded in death. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. at St. Charles Church, 2222 E.

Third Bloomington, with the Rev. Fr. William Stumpf officiating. Visitation is 4-8 p.m. Friday at Allen Funeral Home, at 4155 S.

Old State Road 37, Bloomington. Memorial contributions may be made to either the American Heart Association, at www.heart.org; or to the Dr. Lawrence D. Rink Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center of Bloomington Hospital 601 West 2nd Street, Bloomington, IN 47403. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.allenfu neralhome.org jmpemteel JL JL IfUNEKAL CREMATORY SERVICE AND Where Remembering Beguu.

Virginia Book Visitation 5-8 p.m. Friday Service 10 a.m. Saturday Hippensteel Chapel Glenda "Flo" Powell Visitation 2-3 p.m. Dec. 29, 2010 Service 3 p.m.

Dec. 29, 201 Hippensteel Chapel 822 North 9th Street (Corner of 9th and Salem) Lafayette, Indiana (765) 742-7302 Toll-free (877) 477-7302 www.hippensteelfuneralhome.com Green Burial council IFDA SIMPLICITY Funeral Care Maria Rosas Bravo Visitation 12-1 p.m. Friday Simplicity Funeral Care 1 608 Schuyler Avenue Mass of Christian Burial 1:30 p.m. Friday St. Boniface Catholic Church Debra Sue Jedlicka Visitation a.m.

Monday Service 10 a.m. Monday Simplicity Funeral Care 1608 Schuyler Avenue Richard G. Mann Visitation 1-2 p.m. Monday Service 2 p.m. Monday Simplicity Funeral Care 1 608 Schuyler Avenue Hazel Bennett Memorial Gathering 2-4 p.m.

Saturday 137 E. Stadium Dr. West Lafayette 1608 Schuyler Ave. Lafayette 765-742-6840 to Nancy C. Lovell Brown.

Mr. Brown worked in maintenance at Frito-Lay, Rockwell and Federal-Mogul. A veteran of the Navy, he served in Vietnam. He enjoyed classic cars, NASCAR, hunting and spending time with his fam-ily. Survivors include a son, Shawn Brown of Frankfort; one daughter, Kimberly Shepard of Frankfort; three sisters, Lois Carmichael of Sun City, Judy Mikits of Beech Grove and Jeannie Jeffords of West Lafayette.

Services are Saturday in Frankfort. honored in 1973 as their Woman of the Year. She loved helping with their Annual Rose Breakfast in June each year, Likewise, she was active in the Republican Party for many years, and was a past president of the Republican Women's Club. Following her husband's death on March 26, 1987, Gladys became reacquainted with a high school classmate from Cleveland, Ohio. She and Donald Paul Moyer, Sr.

were subsequently married, living in Lafayette and wintering in Winter Haven, Florida for seven years until Mr. Moyer's death on March 25, 1997. Gladys' daughter and family have resided in Las Vegas for thirty years, and Gladys enjoyed seeing her only grandchild, Brad, complete high school and then college. She loved traveling throughout the United States and she loved the excitement of Las Vegas where she maintained a condominium for thirteen years, finally moving there two years ago to be near her daughter who suffers from Parkinson's. Following a short illness, Gladys passed away at the Elderly Aristocrat hospice in Las Vegas, whose staff gave her much joy in her final days.

She is survived by her daughter, Sandra Palmer, her son-in-law, James, her grandson, Bradford, all of Las Vegas, and by her half-brother, Donald Wainscott of Lake Wales, Florida. Her final resting place will be in West Lafayette with her husband, Vernon, in the Mausoleum at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens. Although there will be no memorial service, the family suggests that contributions in remembrance be made to the Indiana Parkinson's Foundation, 7195 Burlat Lane, Nobles-ville, IN 46062. Jedlicka man of West Lafayette. Ms.

Jedlicka was a home-maker. She was a member of Glen A. Duzan, 79 Glen Ayrel Duzan, 79, of Marshall, 111., died at 3:02 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute, from injuries sustained in an auto accident.

He was born Dec. 17, 1930 in Oakland, 111., to Russell and Hallie Hite Duzan. He married Nancy Coon on Oct. 17, 148, Henderson, Ky. She preceded him in death July 29, 2006.

He moved his family to Marshall in 1960 and Duzan managed the Kirchner Building Center until 1980. He was the former owner-operator of Crossroads Realty, served eight years as Clark County supervisor of assessments, and the past six years as a township assessor. Mr. Duzan was a member of the East Central Illinois Board of Realtors, as well as many other professional organizations. He was very involved in the community and an active Rotary member, being passionate about the adult literacy program, reading to elementary school classes and distribution of Christmas wreaths.

Surviving are two sons, Doug Duzan (wife: Donna) and Rick Duzan (wife: Jan), both of Marshal; and a daughter, Kathy McCor-mick (companion: Jeff Carmichael) of Lafayette. Also surviving are 6 grandchildren, Aaron (Min- SOLLERAKER Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Compassionate Care. The Finest Facilities. Unsurpassed Value. www.soller-baker.com 765-474-1111 Obituary Line 765-474-3113 Be sure to ask about our Funeral Packages starting at 4,995.

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