The Star Press from Muncie, Indiana on June 23, 2019 · A4
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The Star Press from Muncie, Indiana · A4

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Sunday, June 23, 2019
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MNI1Brd_SP_1_06-23-2019_Obits_?_?_A_4_4444 4A ❚ SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2019 ❚ THE STAR PRESS Customer service To view important information online related to your subscription, visit You can also manage your subscription at Contact The Star Press for questions or to report issues via email at or 1-800-783-2472. Operating hours are: ❚ Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. ❚ Saturday: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. for technical support only ❚ Sunday & holidays: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Full access subscriptions Subscribe and save today by visiting Subscriptions below are billed per month and include access to, tablet and smartphone apps, Xtras! membership and the e-Edition, a digital replica of the print edition. ❚ Delivery of the Monday through Sunday print editions: $61.99* ❚ Delivery of the Friday through Sunday print editions: $33.00* ❚ Delivery of the Sunday print editions: $29.00* *Plus applicable taxes The TV book can be added to select print subscriptions for an additional monthly charge. Contact Customer Service for additional details. Corrections and clarifications Our goal is to promptly correct errors. Email us at accuracy@ to report a mistake or call 765-213-5754. Describe the error, where you saw it, the date, page number, or the URL. Contact us Customer Service ..........................................................................1-800-783-2472 Executive Editor ........................................................Greg Fallon | 765-213-5876 Advertising ......................................................................................1-877-925-0228 Obituaries ........................................................................................1-877-925-0228 Postal information The Star Press, USPS #367-960, is published Monday through Sunday at 345 S. High St., Muncie, IN 47305. Periodicals postage paid at Muncie, IN 47305. Postmaster: Send address changes to Customer Service, PO Box 94090, Albuquerque, NM 87199-9940 NEW CASTLE – Po- lice say a convicted burglar was at it again in New Castle. Joseph J. “Jody” Ja- cobs, 29, of the 900 block of Sunset Drive has been charged with attempted burglary, auto theft and two counts of criminal mischief in Henry Cir- cuit Court 1. Authorities said they were already searching for Jacobs – then a suspect in the theft of a pickup truck, from outside the Speed- way conve- nience store, 1800 Broad St. – on June 13 when they received a report of an attempted break- in at a house in the 1400 block of H Ave- nue. Witnesses there – who later identified Jacobs as the man they saw fleeing from the scene – reported he had tried to kick open a locked back door, causing significant damage to the door frame. Jacobs was taken into custody a short time later near Roose- velt and J avenues, where he was observ- ed walking and “carry- ing flowers.” Police said it was determined Jacobs was wearing the pre- scription eyeglasses of the owner of the stolen pickup truck. He also had that man’s keys, and was wearing “women’s bracelets” that investigators said belonged to the truck owner’s granddaugh- ters. The stolen Ford F-350 truck was found parked nearby. Its owner said tools, val- ued at $3,000, were missing from the vehi- cle, and that it had ap- parently sustained damage to its engine compartment. Police said Jacobs became “aggressive” at the New Castle Po- lice Department when an officer tried to remove the stolen bracelets from his wrist. Jacobs received a Sept. 16 trial date from Circuit Court 1 Judge Bob Witham. He was being held in the Hen- ry County jail on Sat- urday under a $20,500 surety bond and $1,700 cash bond. The New Castle man’s criminal record includes convictions for burglary, intimida- tion and theft. Douglas Walker is a news reporter at The Star Press. Contact him at 765-213-5851 or at dwalker@ Burglar held in auto theft, attempted break-in Douglas Walker Muncie Star Press USA TODAY NETWORK Jacobs American made products by an American owned company. Call for appointment and free hearing consultation. 747-4131 • 3716 N. Wheeling • Muncie, Indiana Serving our Community for 32 years “Our motto is The Golden Rule!” WILSON’S HEARING CENTER Most Insurance accepted, included all UAW. Complimentary Hearing Examination Professional Hearing Aid Fitting Fair Pricing On Staff Audiologist On-site Repair Lab; All Makes Dependable Service Locally Owned for 32 Years American Made Products Generous Trial Period Offer #1: Digital Hearing Aids starting at $899 each Offer #2: For a Limited Time only Buy 1 and get 2nd Starkey Muse Rechargeable Hearing Aid for Half Price! Two Great Offers! CALL TODAY TO FIND OUT IF YOURMEDICARE SUPPLEMENT INSURANCE COVERS YOUR HEARING AIDS SP-GCI0183946-09 WATERVILLE, OHIO - Daisy J. Short, 88, of Wa- terville, Ohio passed away Saturday, June 15, 2019 in Pathways at Browning Masonic Home after a short illness. She was surrounded by family with the hymn Amazing Grace in the background. Daisy was born in Waterloo, Indiana, the third child of Charles and Esther (Wiler) Kelley on Sep- tember 12, 1930. On December 19, 1948, she mar- ried Richard (Dick) W. Short who proceeded her in death in 2008. During Daisy’s working career, she was a waitress, where she met her husband Dick. She also worked at the Acorn Products in Quincy, Michigan. After, she and her husband owned R&D Service and Repair where Daisy kept books for the company. Later, Daisy and her husband entered into a new career with Forest City Management Company. Daisy was a member of the High St. United Meth- odist Church, and enjoyed camping and baking sugar cookies. Daisy and her husband relocated to Chapmansville, West Virginia and later to Wheeling, West Virginia. After retiring in May of 1996, they moved to Springport, Indiana. In 2015, Daisy moved to Springfield Masonic Community in Springfield, Ohio and then to Browning Masonic Home in Waterville, Ohio in March of 2018. Surviving are three daughters, Darlene (Jack) Gebhart, Springport, IN, Marcia (Doug) Hauer, Defiance, OH, and Debra Parshall, Eustis, FL. Also surviving are 14 grandchildren along with numerous great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren; a brother, Harold (Gene) Kelley, Orland, IN and many nieces and nephews. She was proceeded in death by her parents, her husband, her sister Lela Mary Kelley and Charles Roy Kelley. A gathering of friends and family will take place Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Parson Mortuary, Muncie, Indiana with a Memorial service following at 11:00 a.m. Inurnment will follow at the Springport Cemetery in Springport, IN. Memorial contributions may be sent to Browning Masonic Home, 8883 Browning Dr., Waterville, OH 43566. Online condolences may be made to Daisy Short MUNCIE - James Noble Kinnaman, 70, of Mun- cie passed away on Sunday June 16, 2019 at Ball Memorial ICU. He was born on June 17, 1948 in New Castle, IN to Robin V., Jr. and Mary Marjorie (Cox) Kinnaman. Jim attended Milton School until consolidation with Cambridge City and graduated from Lincoln H.S. in 1966. While there he played Varsity foot- ball, basketball and baseball. He played football for Franklin College for 3 seasons, then for Indiana State for his final season, where he earned both his Bachelors and Masters degrees. He taught P.E. at Muncie South from 1972 – 2004 and was an assist football coach and later was the girls tennis coach. After retirement he worked at the Muncie YMCA as a tennis instructor up until last week. Jim played on and coached teams for USTA competitions traveling to California and Arizona. He was a Friend of Bill W and his most treasured possession was his 15 year sobriety coin. Survivors include his brothers, Robin V. (Mary Jo) Kinnaman, III and Richard Alan Kinnaman. Friends may gather for a Celebration of Jim’s life on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 from 6 – 8 pm at K of C Council 560, St. Paul The Apostle, 3600 W. Purdue Ave., Muncie, IN. Arrangements are entrusted to Waskom Capitol Hill Chapel in Cam- bridge City, IN. Memorial donations may be made to Muncie YMCA Tennis, AA or a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made at www. James N Kinnaman MUNCIE - Muncie: Angela K. Reynolds Passed away on Thursday June 20, 2019 at I. U. Ball Memo- rial Hospital. Angela was born in Muncie on May 18, 1953 the daughter of Catherine Gabbard. Graduating from South- side High School in 1971, married her sweetheart Nelson Reynolds in 1972 and they were together until his passing in 2003. Angela enjoyed bowling, bingo and an occasional trip to a Casino. She re- tired from the dietary staff at I. U. Ball memorial Hospital in January of this year. Survivors include sisters: Mary (Delmar) Noble, Linda Gabbard, and Cindy (Thomas) Smart, Aunt Janice Andrews and many nieces and nephews. Angela was preceded death by Nelson, husband of 31 years, Mother and father, Uncle Richard Andrews and Brother Carl Ray Terry. Funeral services will be held at Parson Mortu- ary on Wednesday June 26, 2019 at 1:00 pm with Pastor Dewayne Loveless officiating. Friends may visit at the funeral home from 11:30 am until the time of the service at 1:00 pm. Burial will follow at Tomlinson Cemetery in Muncie. The family requests Memorial contributions be made to the New Horizon Church of the Nazarene, 1915 E. 20th Street Muncie Indiana 47302. Online condolences will be received by the family at Angela K. Reynolds *Burt, Jane 92 Muncie 19-Jun TheMeeksMortuary&Crematory *Clevinger, Judith“Judi”Ann 81 Muncie 20-Jun MeeksMortuary Greek,Marilyn S. 76 Portland 20-Jun Williamson-Spencer&PenrodFuneral Home *Kinnaman, JamesN 70 Muncie 16-Jun WaskomCapitol Hill Chapel *Reynolds, Angela K. 66 Muncie 20-Jun ParsonMortuary *Sheets, SteveA. 66 Muncie 20-Jun MeeksMortuary andCrematory *Short, Daisy 88 Waterville, Ohio 15-Jun ParsonMortuary *Smith, Charles “Popeye”Harry 88 Muncie 19-Jun GardenViewFuneral Home *Strong, James“Paul” 84 Muncie 19-Jun ParsonMortuary * Additional information in display obituaries Obituaries appear in print and online at TODAY’S OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES Name Age Town, State Death Date Arrangements Obituaries

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