WOODVILLE, TX — Lillian Arnett, 86, died
Monday at Baptist Hospital of Beaumont, Texas. Funeral Services will
be Thursday, February 2nd at 10 A.M. at McClure Funeral Home in
Bruceville, Indiana. Burial will follow in Bruceville Cemetery in
Bruceville, Indiana. Visitation will be Wednesday evening at the
Funeral Home in Indiana. Local arrangements are by Kelley-Watkins
Funeral Home, Beaumont, Texas. A native of Knox County, Indiana, she
has lived in Bayou Vista, Texas for the past four and one-half
years. She is retired from retail sales in the department store
industry. Survivors are her two daughters- in-law Madeline Arnett of
Woodville, Texas, and Marita Arnett of Boynton Beach, FL; seven
grandchildren; and eleven great grandchildren. Kelley-Watkins
Funeral Home, Beaumont, TX Galveston Daily News Jan. 31, 1995
BAYOU VISTA — Richard "Dick" Arnett, 58, of Bayou Vista, Texas died Tuesday, September 29,1992 at St. Luke's Hospital in Houston, Texas. Service will be 2:00 p.m. Friday at the Chapel of James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque with Rev. Terry Gibson officiating. Burial to follow at La Marque City Cemetery in La Marque, Texas. Visitation will be 6:00 p.m. Thursday at James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque. Born November 22,1933 in Vincennes, Indiana, Mr. Arnett was Street Superintendent for the City of La Marque since 1983, resided in Bayou Vista for seven years, formerly of Bruceville, Indiana, a member of Bruceville Christian Church, veteran of Korean War, U. S. Air Force, a member of Mainland Elks Lodge 2141, Bayou Vista Recreation Club and Amoco Bowling League. Survivors include his wife, Madeline Amett of Bayou Vista, Texas; mother, Lillian Arnett of Bayou Vista; two daughters, Sherri Warren Fox of Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina and Rosanne Heflin of Chicago, Illinois; son, Tony Arnett of Warren, Texas; three grandchildren, Laurie, David and Kyle and numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Ivan Langford, Carlton Getty, John West, John Willis, Jim Monroe, Nathan Epperson. Memorials may be sent to Texas Heart Institute Foundation, 6655 Travis, Suite 300, Houston, Texas 77030-1330. James Crowder Funeral Home Galveston Daily News Oct 1, 1992
Beulah Louise Carson, 69, Vincennes, died
at 1:36 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, 2002, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Born Jan. 2, 1933, in Decker, she was the daughter of James Otis and Evelyn Florence (Greemore) Durham.
She attended the No. 2 School that was near Vincennes. She had been employed by Good Samaritan Hospital for 17 years before she retired in 1989. She then worked at the White Kitchen Restaurant for one year, then owned and operated her own restaurant in Freelandville for one year. Then she and her husband moved to Vero Beach, Fla., for retirement.
Survivors include her husband, Roy Thomas Carson, whom she married April 8, 1973; three sons, Robert Phillips of Bicknell, Gerald Lee Phillips and David Phillips, both of Vero Beach; three daughters, Sharon Carson of Bicknell, Sandra Devine and Shari Broderhausen, both of Vincennes; Two stepsons, Harry Wagoner and Ricky Engle, both of Bicknell; two stepdaughters, Lori Frye of Vincennes and Lisa Engle of Terre Haute; two sisters, Charotte Thornhill of Muncie, Catherine Buatman of Manilla, Ark.; three brothers, Paul Edward Durham, Cecial Leon Durham, and Johnny Durham Hall; 25 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Two sisters and six brothers are deceased.
The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Gardner-Brockman Funeral Home, with burial in Fairview Cemetery.
Thomas Wayne Cooper, 79, 5349 N. Old U.S.
41, Vincennes, died at 3:05 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, 2007, at Good
He was born June 21, 1928, in Vincennes, the son of Thomas and Marie (Allen) Cooper. Tom retired in 1991 from Vincennes Welding where he was part owner with his brothers. He graduated from Lincoln High School. Tom loved the outdoors. He enjoyed watching the birds and other wildlife. He took pride in keeping the home place neat and spotless. He was happiest when he was on his John Deere mowers. He did a lot of wood working. Through the years he enjoyed fishing trips with his brothers and friends. He had a special place in his heart for his grandchildren. He was a loving husband and father. Tom was a member of First Baptist Church, Vincennes Masonic Lodge, Harmony Society, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was a veteran of the United States Navy where he served in the Korean War.
Survivors include his wife Dorothy "Dottie" (Davis) Cooper of Vincennes, whom he married May 2, 1952; daughters, Kim Dognaux and her husband, Jeff, of Indianapolis, Karen Goodman and her husband, Mark, of Vincennes, and Kathy Southwood and her husband, Rob, of Vincennes; grandsons, Ryan Dognaux and Seth Dognaux; granddaughters, Lauren Goodman, Chloe Goodman, Shelby Goodman, Hannah Southwood and Heidi Southwood; sisters, LuElla Black of Monroe City, Idella Pipher and her husband, Ralph, of Vincennes, Nancy Schaeffer of Vincennes, Helen Twitty of Roswell, Ga., Kitty Keller and her husband, John, of Vincennes and Ginger Wollerman of Vincennes; and brothers, Robert Cooper and his wife, Ethel, of Vincennes and Larry Cooper and his wife, Ann, of Vincennes. He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas and Marie (Allen) Cooper; and a grandson, Collin Raymond Goodman. The funeral will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Goodwin Funeral Home, 524 Broadway St., with the Revs. Mike Julian and Scott Rasico officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
A party of two girls, and two young men
while crossing White river at Morgan's ferry twenty miles south of
Vincennes, Thursday night, were thrown into the river by the horses
attached to the wagon in which they were seated becoming scared, and
backing off the boat. Alice Cottrell, aged 17,: Ellen Dellenger aged
16, and John Summit aged 22; were drowned together with the horses.
The other young man succeeded in regaining the boat.
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 1879 Paper: Elkhart Daily Review (Elkhart, Indiana) Page: 2
MRS. KATHERINE M. FREY
County Name: Knox State: Ind
Newspaper: Evansville Courier & Press (IN) Date: Sept. 23, 1955
Submitters Name: Kathyrn Todd
Obit: VINCENNES - Mrs. Katherine M. Frey, 80, widow of Emil Frey died at her home here Wednesday after an extended illness. She was a native of Evansville, the daughter of the late Edward and Bernardine Roelleke Bitter. She was a member of St. John's Catholic Shurch and for 50 years a member of St. Ann's Altar Society, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of St. John, and a member of the Spanis-American War Veterans Auxiliary. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. David Simpson of Vincennes; two grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. William Schmidt of Vincennes. Funeral services will be held at St. John's Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Saturday with burial in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. The body is at the Duesterberg Chapel. [Note: She was married first to Frank A Brong Oct.27, 1896 and he died in 1901. They had a child stillborn in Oct. 1897. She had a serious operation in 1899. I do not know which one is Mrs. Simpson's father.]
William (Bill) Haines of Bicknell,Indiana lost his battle with lung cancer on May 15,2014.He was born on January 16,1934 in Bicknell, and had spent many years living and working in and around Vigo County. submitted by CMC
Obituary of Mildred E. Hansen Hammerlund Peoria Journal Star, May
21, 1993, Page: C10
Mildred E. Hammerlund, 74, of 8327 N. Knoxville died at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 20, 1993, at her home.
Born July 27, 1918, in Knox, Ind., to Frans Christian and Pearl May Davis Hansen, she married Charles "Buzz" Hammerlund on Feb. 3, 1940, in Knox. He died Oct. 30, 1972, in Knox. One brother also preceded her in death. Surviving are one son, Charles Gilbert "Gil" of James Island, S. C.; two daughters, Mrs. Roger (Patricia Ann) Toland of Peoria and Mrs. David (Beverly Jean) Hewlett of Tallahassee, Fla.; one brother, Floyd Hansen of Florenceville, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. George (Anna) Folkers, Clara Barr and Lois Varro, all of Knox; and nine grandchildren.
She worked for several loan companies in Kokomo, Ind., and then worked at Pat and Bev's Sweet Shop in Lake of the Woods in Dunlap and Chillicothe. She was a clerk in the accounts payable department at Bergner's department store, retiring in 1981. She was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church, where she served on the wedding and funeral committees and helped in the studio with Grace Television. She also was a member of the FTF Sunday school and Chapel Bible classes. Services will be at 6 p.m. Saturday at her church. The Rev. David H. Forbes will officiate. Visitation will be two hours before services at the church. Additional services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Round Lake Church in Knox. The Rev. Don Franklin will officiate. Burial will be in Round Lake Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wilton Mortuary in Peoria.
Memorials may be made to Methodist Medical Center Foundation Hospice Program, 221 NE Glen Oak Ave., Peoria, Ill. 61636.
Another Revolutionary Hero Gone
DIED in this place on Thursday the 23rd ult. Maj. JOHN HARRISON, in the 67th year of his age. In our revolutionary struggle, as well as in the expelling the savages from this country, the value of the services of the deceased were almost incalculable. He was a persevering adn intrepid soldier - a firm patriot - a warm friend and a tender relative. He was interred on the 24th, with Military Honors. Lou Pub Adv.
Western Sun & General Adviser, Vol 12, No 30, Vincennesses, Knox County, 25 Aug 1821 - transcribed by J.S.
Annie Ledbetter, 85, Vincennes, died at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 10,
2005, at Bridge Pointe Health Campus in Vincennes Born in
Blountstown, Fla., July 1, 1920, to John and Betty Johnson, Annie
graduated from Blountstown High School in 1937 and moved to Panama
City where she attended business college and worked as a
bookkeeper for several years. She married Oral Ledbetter, her
husband of 50 years, in Muskegon, Mich., on March 16, 1946. They
managed movie theaters in Michigan and Illinois until 1948, when
they moved to Monon. Here, they owned and managed the local Monon
theatre. While in Monon, Annie was an active member of First
Baptist Church and sang in the church choir. She was a volunteer
in the county mental health association and served on local
election boards. They moved to Tallahassee, Fla., in 1974, where
Annie was active in The Bradfordville Baptist Church. In 1985, she
and her husband moved to Vincennes where Annie became an active
member of Ridgecrest Baptist Church. She loved nature and the
outdoors and spoke often of "God's beauty being all around us."
She was of an extremely devout faith and was very proud of her
Southern heritage. She enjoyed singing, playing piano, cooking,
gardening, and homemaking. She loved her family unconditionally as
a wife, mother and grandmother. She will be remembered for the
strong values that she lived by and the love that she gave to all.
Annie's husband, Oral, preceded her in death on Oct. 25, 1996. Her
brothers and sisters have all preceded her in death.
Annie is survived by her son, Scott Ledbetter of Vincennes; her daughter-in-law, Mary Ledbetter of Vincennes; and granddaughters, Lisa Ledbetter of Vincennes and Julia Dodson of Melbourne, Fla. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Christian Home Freewill Baptist Church in Blountstown. Burial will follow in the Nettle Ridge Cemetery in Blountstown. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Goodwin Family Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Christian Home Freewill Baptist Church, 19244 SE Fla. 69, Blountstown, FL 32424, Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Vincennes or the John James Audubon Society Dept. W, 700 Broadway, New York, NY 10003.
Connie A. Lucas of Streamwood. Services for Connie A. Lucas (nee
Russell), 46, will be held Friday, at Brockman and Sons Funeral
Home, Vincennes, Ind. Born Sept. 7, 1952, in Vincennes, she died
Tuesday, Sept. 22,1998, in Arlington Heights. Burial will be in
Mount Calvary Cemetery, Vincennes. A salesperson for Kirby in
Arlington Heights, she is survived by her mother, Anna (John)
Welch; children, Richard Lucas and Carrie (Sean) Dalton; brother,
Larry Russell; and sisters, Sandra Russell (James) Cox and Linda
(Thomas) Guertler. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. today, at
Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 330 W. Golf Rd., Schaumburg.
Memorials may be made to your favorite charity or Toys for Tots.
September 23,1998 Daily Herald
Miss Ethel Grace Melton Dies at Home Here After Illness
Death came to Miss Ethel Grace Melton, 54, one of Modesto's most widely known school teachers, at 5:30 a. m. Sunday after an Illness of six weeks. Unconscious for four days, she succumbed to cirrhosis of the liver at her home, 102 Sycamore avenue. Her death followed a general breakdown, precipitated, it is believed, by her many activities during her life here. Several days ago U became apparent that she would not live and she was surrounded by close relatives when she died. Long In Modesto Miss Melton had lived in Modesto fourteen years, during which time she was head of the English department at Modesto high school and Modesto College. She had been connected with the college since its organization several years ago. In addition to her classroom activities, she had conducted lecture classes and had taken post graduate work at the University of California during her vacation periods for the past five years. Organizer of Club A Shakespeare scholar, she organized the Shakespeare club of Modesto and was its past president. She also was an active worker In the University Women's club and the Major Hugh Moss chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Born at Bruceville, Indiana, on October 8, 1873, Miss Melton was graduated from Ottawa University, Kansas, and was principal of the grammar school of that city before coming to Modesto. Surviving her arc: Mrs. Martha X Mellon, her mother, Riverside, Calif.; C. W. Melton, Redlands, and A. E. Melton Oxnard, brothers: Mrs. Jane Mellon, Laramie, Wyoming; Mrs. Leslie A. Ferris, Riverside; Mrs. H. U. Foote, Helena, Montana, sisters, and Miss Emma Grace Melton, a niece, with whom she- had lived here. Funeral Wednesday Funeral services will he held Wednesday at 2:30 from the Presbyterian church, of which Miss Melton was a member. Rev. Marcus McCIure will conduct the services. Interment will be In the Modesto cemetery. The body is at the George Sovern funeral home.Modesto News-Herald Oct 18, 1927
Lieut. C. D. McCoy Dead VINCENNES, Ind.,'Oct. 10. - Lieutenant Charles D. McCoy, of Company One- hnndred-and-fifty-ninth Indiana Volunteers, died shortly after midnight of typhoid, having contracted the disease while in the service of his country. He leaves a young widow, having been married only a short time before war was declared. He will be buried tomorrow with military honors. The Indiana State Journal, (Indianapolis, IN) Wednesday, October 12, 1898
Died on Sunday night, the 5th inst. Doctor Samuel McKee,
after a long and lingering illness, which he bore with christion
fortitude & resigned his breach without a struggle - in his
death the community have lost a friend, the faculty an ornament,
and his family a loving husband and a kind father.
Western Sun, Vol 2, No 49, Vincennes, Knox County, 18 Nov 1809 - transcribed by J.S.
Rosemary (Malone) Miley, 77, Vincennes, passed away at 8 p.m.
Friday, May 12, 2006, at her residence.
She was born Oct. 30, 1928, to Roscoe and Ethel (Moore) Malone in Wabash County, Ill.
Rosemary was a homemaker and a member of the First Nazarene Church in Vincennes. She enjoyed crosstitch and reading.
She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother and loved to be around her family.
Survivors include her husband, John K. Miley of Vincennes; four sons, Charles Pemberton and his friend Evelyn Burch of Ferndale, Wash., Jerry Pemberton and his wife Marylin of Bicknell, Richard Pemberton and his friend Cheryl of Pueblo, Texas, Darrell Pemberton and his wife Ten of Vincennes; a niece, Lilly Brookhart, whom Rosemary considered a sister, of Lawrenceville, Ill.; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one step daughter, Virginia Kassinger of Vincennes; and one step son, Dale Miley and his wife Norma of Vincennes.
Rosemary was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles Pemberton; her parents; two sisters; and five brothers.
Funeral service is at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Goodwin Funeral Home, 524 Broadway St. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday. Burial is at the St. Francisville Cemetery in St. Francisville, Ill.
Memorials may be made to the Good Samaritan Hospice
Rosaleeta "Katie" Murphy, 53, 918 Oak St., died at 5:08 p.m.
Saturday, July 9, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Born Jan. 3, 1952, in Knox County, she was the daughter of Stella Jenivee (Willis) and Charles Norman Catt.
Katie was a member of St. John Lutheran Church. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and her children. She also enjoyed sewing and playing Yahtzee. Survivors include her husband, Ronald Murphy Sr. of Vincennes, whom she married Oct. 26, 1968; three daughters and their spouses, Stephanie Barekman and her husband, Charlie of Vincennes, Tracy McGavic and her fiancee, Bill Kays of Vincennes, and Laurie and Nick Durham of Vincennes; two sons, Ronald Murphy Jr. and his wife, Crystal of Lawrenceville, Ill., and Donald Murphy of Vincennes; five brothers, Delbert William Catt of Vincennes, Chuck Catt of Vincennes, Jeff Catt of Washington, Wayne Catt of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Bruce Catt of Brazil; five sisters, May Thompson of Vincennes, Priscilla Wissel of Monroe City, Vickie Ellerman of Vincennes, Teresa Arthur of Washington and Betty Lucas of Emmit, Idaho; and 10 grandchildren, Kyle, Curt and Charles Barekman, Tiffany Danielle McGavic, Tyler James and Tanner Keith McGavic, Garrett, Hannah and Evan Murphy and Levi Durham. She was preceded in death by her parents. The funeral will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Lutheran Church by the Rev. Ron Maxwell. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Goodwin Family Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to St. John Lutheran Church.
Newspaper: Crawfordsville Star Date: Jan. 1, 1880
Submitters Name: Teresa Haines Rigney
Obit: John Mantle, of Deckertown, Knox county, died suddenly the other day from suffocation caused by getting a bean in his throat while eating supper.
VINCENNES, Ind. — Philomena K. Nowaskie, 64, Vincennes, died in
Deaconess Hospital in Evansville at 10:55 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12,
1981, following an extended illness. Born in Knox County Jan. 17,
1917, she was a daughter of George A. and Stella (Carie) Bilskie.
She was married April 22, 1936, to Joseph Nowaskie, who survives.
Also surviving are two sons, Harold and Joseph A. Nowaskie, both
of Vincennes; five daughters, Ellen Jane Wyatt of Princeton, Sue
Easterday of Vincennes, Ann Parker of Owensboro, Ky., Norma Lee
Vieke of Kokomo and Jenie Carrie of Vincennes; three brothers,
Clem, Joe and Tony Bilskie, all of Vincennes; five sisters, Cleo
Hubers and Veronica Bloebaum, both of Fort Wayne, Roberta Dailey
and Elizabeth Hennon, both of Vincennes, and Theresa Rodden of Rio
Linda, Calif.; 16 grandchildren; and four great-grandcildren. A
daughter and two brothers preceded her in death. She was a member
of St. Vincent's Catholic Church here and its Altar Society. Mass
of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the church at 10 a.m.
Saturday with the Rev. Timothy Tenbardge as celebrant. Burial will
be in the church cemetery. Calling at Duesterberg Funeral Home
here, 313 Church St., will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. The rosary
will be recited at the funeral home at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Kokomo
Tribune Thursday. Aug. 13. 1981
Harry 0 Rinier. 66, Indianapolis, former sports editor of the Logansport Press, died Saturday morning at Community Hospital, Indianapolis. . Born Nov. 18,1911, he was married to Ins G. Irwin, who survives. , Sports writer for the Indianapolis Star, he had worked as a reporter and sports editor for the Logansport Press for 40 years. A graduate of Logansport High School, he was instrumental in organizing the Logansport softball league. Surviving with the wife, are three sons, James Andrew, Michael and Anthony, all of Indianapolis; one stepdaughter, Jenny Maquire, Indianapolis, and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Shirley Brothers Funeral Home Irving Hill Chapel. Burial will be in the Green Lawn Cemetery, Vincennes. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 8 p.m. today and Monday. The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of memorial contributions to the Cancer Fund.
Sunday, June 25,1978- Logansport Pharos-Tribune
Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday al 10 a.m. at Baker
Brothers Funeral Home by The Rev. Lynn Henry for Mrs. Mary S.
Ritterskamp, 84. of 317 W. Eighth St. Friends may call at the
funeral home after 2 p.m. today. The body will then be transferred
to the Brockman and Sons Funeral Home in Vincennes for calling
hours Wednesday evening and graveside rites at 10 a.m. Thursday in
The Fairview Cemetery at Vincennes. Mrs, Ritterskamp died Sunday
morning at Community Hospital afler an extended illness. A native
of Russellville, III., she came to Anderson in 1953 from
Vincennes. She was a member of the Vincennes Methodist Church.
Surviving are a son, Gaylord B. Ritterskamp of Anderson; a
sister-in-law, Mrs . Ada Albert of ____ Anderson Herald Tuesay
August 26, 1975
George F. Sage Front Royal, Va.- George Francis Sage, 70, Front
Royal, former Magna resident, died Sept. 2 at home. Born June 7,
1896, Green Castle, Ind., to Thomas S. and Nellie Gooddard Sage.
Married Juanita Swarthout. Accountant. Member St. Johns Catholic
Church, Front Royal . Graveside service Tuesday 10 a.m., Mt,
Calvary Cemetery, Vincennes The Salt Lake Tribune, September 3,
VINCENNES, Ind. - Richard F. Scohy, 60, of Rt. 3, Vincennes, was
killed June 4 when his pickup-truck was struck from the rear by a
tractor-trailer truck at the intersections of Rt. 50 and Rt. 45 at
Loogootee, Ind., according to a member of the family. Mr. Scohy
was a native of Sistersville, W. Va., and was a former
glass-cutter at.Libbey- Owens-Ford in Charleston, W. Va. He was a
former member of the Bargaining Committee of The Glass-cutters
Union and was parts manager of I. and S. McDaniel in Washington,
Ind. Surviving: wife, Lorna; son, James of Port Huron, Mich.;
daughters, Diane Shaffer of Rio Grande, Tex., Frances Huckleberry
of Pekin, Ill., Jean at home; brother, John L. of Sistersville, W.
Va.; sister, Joan S. Roush of St. Albans, W. Va.; one
granddaughter. Service was held June 7 in Brockman and Son Chapel.
Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery in Vincennes. Charleston
Gazette June 19, 1974
Mr. John Scott recently died at Vincennes, at the age of 75
years. He was a lieutenant at the battle of Tippecanoe, and
postmaster at Vincennes for many years, having been originally
appointed by President Jackson. The New York Herald, (New
York, NY) Saturday, November 20, 1858
Earl Edward (Curly) Seals, 76, 413 W. New Albany Street, Vincennes, died at 3:10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23, 2002, at his home.
Born Sept. 3, 1926, in Knox County, he was the son of Noah Edward and Artie Seals. He married Darlene Kay Kortea on Feb. 16, 1996. He attended Lincoln High School and was employed at Steeple Jack. He was a member of Jesus Name Apostolic Church in Bicknell and served in the United States Army during World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Darlene Kay Seals; a daughter, Carla Ann Boyd, Allendale; a son, David Edward Seals, Vincennes; step-children, Terrance Allen, Washington; Kay Godfrey, Washington; and Debbie Perkins, Washington; Dennis Perkins, Washington; and Lisa Fields, Washington; four sisters, Edna Seals, Vincennes; Harriet Pittman, Indianapolis; Sarah O'Connor, Vincennes; and Jean Neighbors, Vincennes; and one brother, Noah Seals, Vincennes.
The funeral will be conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Ed Lee Mortuary by Rev. Donald Chambers and burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Ed Lee Mortuary.
VINCENNES. Jan. 12.— (Special)—
Mrs. Nancy Threikeld, 72, widow of the late Thomas Threikeld. died suddenly in her apartment here early this evening. Death was attributed to heart attack. Mrs. Threikeld was a member of Eastern Stars, Francis Vigo chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, and active church worker. A son. Porter Threikeld. Bicknell. and daughter. Mrs. Linnie Horn, near Bicknell. survive.
The Evansville Courier Wednesday Jan 13, 1937
Sarah Teitelbaum, age 32y, 8m, 15d, wife of Samuel Tietelbaum
died on April 2 of heart disease. The family came here last
October from Vincennes, Ind. Burial was in the Jewish Cemetery.
(Garden City Irrigator, April 17, 1884) Submitted by Peggy
— Walter A. Vieke Sr., 83, Vincennes, died about 6:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, 1994, , Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. John Catholic Church. The Rev. Donald Ackerman will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Duesterbert- Fredrick Funeral Home where the Rosary will be said at 6:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the church improvement fund. Tuesday, Aug. 30,1994 Kokomo (Ind.) Tribune
Funeral services for Ida "Billie" Weichert were held Monday at
American Lutheran Church in Melvin, Iowa. Weichert died on Oct.
Born on July 25, 1921 in Vincennes, she was the daughter of Alois W. Sanneman and Bessie Sanneman.
She was a member of the American Lutheran Church and the American Legion Auxiliary.
Survivors include two daughters, Linda Sue Gonnerman of Liberty, Mo., and Patricia Joan Rubio of San Antonio, Texas; one son, Thomas E. Weichert of Melvin, Iowa; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Earline J. Westfall, 83, of 3636 Hillcrest Road, Vincennes,
passed away at 7:00 PM Wednesday May 12, 2010 at Bridge Pointe
Health Care Center. She was born January 4, 1927 in Vincennes, to
Earl & Thelma (Draime) Yerkes. Earline was a member of the
First Christian Church, the Fortnightly Club, Psi Otes. She
enjoyed helping with interior decorating during the holidays.
Surviving is her son, Mark Alan Westfall of Vincennes, a sister,
Rena Brown of Sullivan, grandchildren, Mark Andrew Westfall, and
Ann Elizabeth Westfall, and a great grandchild, Lola Samone
Westfall. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband,
Jack Westfall, an infant set of twins, and two sisters, Rose Marie
Compton and Dema Woodruff. Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM
Saturday May 15, 2010 at Goodwin Funeral Home with Rev. Rick Grant
officiating. Burial will follow in the Fairview Cemetery. Friends
may call from 9 until 11 Saturday at the funeral home. Memorial
contributions may be made to First Christian Church
May 14, 2010 submitted by Janice
Donna Sue Young, 69, passed away at 4:35 p.m. Thursday, May 11,
2006, at Good Samaritan Hospital.
She was born Feb. 28, 1937, to Herman and Beaulah (Hawkins) Smith in Vincennes.
Donna worked for Sodexho Services at Vincennes University for 26 years. She was a member of the Free Methodist Church and it's Apostles Sunday School class. She loved her church and her family.
Survivors include three daughters, Cindi (Steffey) Gilmore and her husband Clayton on Monroe City; Terri Steffey Avra and her husband Mark of Vincennes, Gena Steffey Little and her husband Mark of Vincennes; two sisters, June Wheatley of Princeton and Shirley Ryan of Vincennes; one brother, Herman Dale Smith of Vincennes; eight grandchildren, Mischelle Adams, Jennifer Kennedy, Amy Avra, Zachary Gilmore and his wife Jennifer, Ian Gilmore, Andrew Anson, Tessa Little, and Brayden Little; and three great-grandchildren, Joseph Frey, McKenzie and Kylee Adams
Donna was preceded in death by one brother, Billy Smith; one sister, Barbara Pyle; and her parents.
Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Goodwin Funeral Home, 524 Broadway. Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery.
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