Andrews, 75, Kokomo, passed away at 4: On June 9, , he married Sylvia J. Peters and she survives. Bob was a graduate of Northwestern High School. He worked as a Millwright for Continental Steel for 27 years until it closed in Bob then worked for the City of Kokomo with the sanitation department.
He was an active member of the United Steel Workers Union Local , having served as bookkeeper and vice president. Bob enjoyed fishing, gardening, especially his tomato plants, and working on cars.
He cherished his time spent with his family. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, brother, Ken Andrews, sister, Diane Kepner, and granddaughter, Corrine Andrews. Messages of condolence may be left online at www.
Ray was associated with Bona Vista Programs for 4 years. He loved people, especially his family, church family, and Darby Home family. Ray also loved music, dancing, and horse-backing riding.
Ray was devoted to his beloved Aunt Florence Smith who was his caregiver for many years. A special thanks to the staff of Bona Vista Programs and Darby Home for all their love, care, and support extended to Ray. Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements. They had celebrated 33 years of marriage together. Hubert enjoyed watching sports, being outdoors where he loved fishing, trap shooting, and hunting. He was very fond of bluegrass music and quilting.
Hubert was a graduate of Tipton High School, and worked at Dana Corp for 34 years, retiring in Also surviving are his four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; his siblings Betty Bill Snyder of Arcadia, and Barbara Boll of Franklin, TX; and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents. Private family services were held. He taught business and economics. Steve had attended Broadripple High School. He loved music and sports. He had served in the U. Young-Nichols Funeral Home handled the arrangements. She married George Hartley on February 26, and he preceded her in death on December 24, Winnie was a graduate of Atlanta High School. She and George had lived in Virginia for a short time while he was serving in the Army.
They then made Tipton their home. Early in life she had been a member of the Atlanta Christian Church. After marriage she became a member of the Hobbs Christian Church where she was a member of the Ladies Aid group for over 50 years. Even after joining Hobbs Christian Church, however, she still visited the Atlanta Christian Church where she still had many friends from her childhood. She loved cooking, sewing and crafts.
She enjoyed serving on the Election Board each year and served annually through She was a life-long cat lover and had many wonderful pet friends her entire life. Box , Hobbs, Indiana, Jay and Judy had celebrated 52 years of marriage together. Jay was a graduate of Windfall High School. He worked for various seed companies in the Windfall area for well over 30 years.
Jay was very active in the Windfall community. Jay was ordained in , and was very active in the faith community as well, he had served as District Secretary and District Superintendent for the Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ Indiana District. In Jay founded the Apostolic Christian Church in Tipton where he served as pastor for over 10 years. He presently was a member of the Greater Life Church in Greentown. Survivors include his wife Judy Harden, a son Jay E.
Trott Jean Marie Maple Trott, passed away at 7: Ralph died on March 3, A sister, Ruth Anna Maple died in infancy. Her parents and siblings all preceded her in death As a youngster her parents moved to Taylor Township, Indiana where she received her elementary education at the Center School. Jean completed her schooling there, graduating from Greentown High School in Jean was an avid animal lover, regardless of residence location. With her father being a horse trader, she held a special affinity toward those noble steeds and enjoyed riding all around Eastern Howard County with her teenage girlfriends.
Her manager was Mr. Jean Malott, who she said was the best boss for whom she had ever worked. Surviving is a daughter, Teresa Ann Riley, Kokomo, grandson Austin, wife Jamie and their two children, great-grandson Max and great-granddaughter Marie from Indianapolis.
One grandson, Stewart Benjamin Trott died as an infant in Messages of condolence may be left at www. On November 26, she married Richard L. Fortner and he survives. She worked for Chrysler Corp retiring after 30 years of service.
She worked as a waitress prior to her service with Chrysler. Raised in the Mennonite Church, she most recently attended First Baptist Church in Greentown She is survived by a son, Harland Jay Michelle Christy; daughters, Sharlet Marshall Meyers, Harlene Thomas and Rebecca Elkins; as well as many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to Bona Vista. Messages of condolence may be submitted at www.
Martin Phillip Larry Martin, 69, Kokomo, peacefully breathed his last breath and was finally healed as he crossed from his life on earth to eternity in heaven on Friday, April 22, , in the early morning hours at IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. On February 11, , he married Sharolyn K.
McWhorter in New Castle. Throughout his high school career he lettered in two sports, wrestling and football. Later when he had grandchildren he would love to tell stories of his glory days in sports. He was injured in the line of duty, but passed on medical treatment to insure his unit was properly taken care of. After his service to our country, he retired from Chrysler and loved to take his grandchildren fishing, watched all their sporting events and loved to hear them sing.
He was a huge role model in their lives. Phil attended Christian Heritage Worship Center and found a second loving family. He never knew a stranger and could out talk anyone. Phil was kind, loving, and gave the best hugs! At any given moment he would share the love of Jesus. In , Phil was diagnosed with a rare cancer and through his treatments, no matter how sick, he never complained or asked why and always took every opportunity to witness to his fellow vets, Dr.
Even the last few weeks of his life he still praised God and was a good and faithful servant until his last breath. Cancer nor any other sickness took him! The Lord called him home because heaven was needing a Hero! Phil is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Sharolyn K. Messages of condolence may be left online atwww. In , he married Sue Felton-Lyons and she survives.
Also surviving are numerous grandchildren, nieces, and nephews all who were dearly loved by their grandfather and uncle. Jose was preceded in death by his parents, and daughter, Estrella. A special thank you to Kyle of Guardian Angel Hospice who professionally yet tenderly assisted with the care of Jose.
Messages of condolence may be left on line at www. Sheely, 71, of Kokomo, passed away peacefully at 7: She was married to Larry D. Sheely on March 11, in Kokomo, and he preceded her in death on May 4, Karen was a homemaker and wonderful mother and nurturing grandmother.
She was known as Momma Sheely to many. She enjoyed gardening, cake decorating, and traveling. Karen also loved her dog, Haley. Karen and her family were founding members of the Word of Life Church. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 54 years, Larry D.