Obituaires 10/20/2022

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Rose Anna Krall

  Rose Anna Krall was born into eternal rest prematurely at 7:50 a.m. on Wednesday, October 12th, 2022, at the St. Elizabeth Dearborn Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

  She was eagerly awaited by her parents, Jacob “Jake” Krall and Laura Jane (Findley) Krall of Vevay. Rose’s big arrival was to be expected on March 13th, 2023.

  In addition to her loving parents, Rose will be lovingly remembered by her big sisters, Lilliana “Lilly” Jane and Violet Isabella Krall of Vevay; by her maternal-grandparents, Robert and Anne Findley of Vevay; by her paternal-grandparents, Michael and Tonya Krall of Vevay and Jenny Owens of Vevay; by her aunts and uncles: Hannah and Trevor Lair, Justin Findley, Nick Blanton, Blendena Blanton, Lynzie Lee and Michael Lee; and by her several cousins.

  She was preceded in death by her paternal-great-grandparents: James “J.C.” and Winifred “Winnie” (Mullins) Krall and Dallas and Nancy (Long) Owens; and by her maternal-great-grandparents: James and Vivian (Greear) Findley and William James and Thelma M. (Flack) Henderson.

  Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home in Vevay is assisting the family during this difficult time.

Marilyn Reed

  Marilyn (Rayls) Reed, age 74, of Bennington, Indiana, passed away at 11:36 p.m. on Sunday, October 16th, 2022, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay.

  Marilyn entered this life on June 23rd, 1948 in Madison. She was the loving daughter of the late Elmo and Betty Jean (Lock) Rayls. She was raised in Switzerland County and was a 1966 graduate of Vevay High School.

  During high school, Marilyn met the love of her life, George Edwin Reed and they were voted FFA Sweethearts in 1964.

  On September 23rd, 1966, Marilyn and George were united in marriage at the Macedonia Baptist Church near Moorefield, Indiana. Marilyn and George shared over 56 loving years together and were blessed with two children.

  After high school, Marilyn was employed as a telephone operator for the Vevay Telephone Company for a few years. She was later employed as a secretary for the Switzerland County High School for several years. She also worked for the greenhouse in Fairview, Indiana; Plastic Moldings Factory in East Enterprise, Indiana; and for Dorman Products in Warsaw, Kentucky. Marilyn also worked for Ohio Rod Products and Marathon in Versailles, Indiana.

  Marilyn was a hard worker and helped on the family farm driving the tractor, cutting tobacco and bailing hay. Marilyn also helped several farmers set tobacco for several years.

  She was a member of the Center Square Baptist Church in Center Square, Indiana.

  Marilyn was very close to her family and you could always count on her to find a four leaf clover anywhere. Marilyn enjoyed gardening, canning, baking, cooking and traveling, as well as, quilting, crocheting afghans and working puzzles. Marilyn loved her family deeply and enjoyed taking care of her grandchildren.

  Marilyn will be deeply missed by her husband, George Edwin Reed of Bennington; by her daughter, Angela “Angie” Althoff and her husband Travis of Bennington; by her son, Robert “Bob” Reed and his wife Rinda of Vevay; by her grandchildren: Jackie Stearns, Clay Althoff and his wife Courtney, and Blake Althoff and his fiancée Tristin Reese; by her great-grandchildren: Joanna and Grace; by her brothers: Denny Rayls and his wife Suzanne of Jacksonville, Indiana and Gary Rayls of Vevay; by her sister-in-law, Lake Rayls of Jacksonville, Indiana; and by her nieces and nephews.

  She was preceded in death by her parents, Elmo and Betty Jean (Lock) Rayls; by her brother, Larry Gene Rayls; and by her niece, Kristina “Krissie” Rayls Stephan.

  Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, October 20th, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana, 47043.

   Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Friday, October 21st, by Pastor Ron Lee, at the funeral home. Interment will follow in the Caledonia Cemetery near Moorefield, Indiana.

  Memorial contributions may be made to Huntington’s Disease, Vevay American Legion Post #185 or Moorefield Community Fire Department. Cards are available at the funeral home.

Marlene Steuver

  Marlene Mae (Iceberg) Steuver, 86,  passed away at her residence in Dillsboro, Indiana with her loving family by her side on Monday, October 17th, 2022.

  Marlene was born on Sunday, May 3rd, 1936 in Friendship, Indiana. She was the daughter of Dietrich and Clara Mae (Voris) Iceberg.

  Marlene married the love of her life, John R. Steuver Jr., on September 18th, 1954.

  Marlene was a member of the Hope Baptist Church.

  She worked for US Bank as a bank teller. She enjoyed sewing, crocheting, reading, mowing grass, and traveling. Her greatest passion in life was spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren which she dearly loved, and she loved visiting with her dear friend Audrey Rater.

  Marlene will be greatly missed by her husband of 68 years, John Steuver Jr. of Dillsboro; by her sons: Russell Steuver of Dillsboro and Gordon Steuver (Lisa) of Holton, Indiana; by her daughter Donna Crabtree (Gene) of Pleasant, Indiana; by her brother George Iceberg of Cross Plains, Indiana; by her sister Jeraldine Smith of Aurora, Indiana; by her daughter-in-law Terri Steuver of Dillsboro; by her son-in-law James Conley of Aurora, Indiana; and by her 10 grandchildren and and nine great-grandchildren.

  Marlene was preceded in death by her parents, Dietrich and Clara Mae Iceberg; by her son James Steuver; by her daughter Brenda Conley; by her brother Ervin Iceberg; and by her sister Stella Giltner.

  Family and friends may gather in remembrance of Marlene from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, October 22nd, at Hope Baptist Church, 15593 Highway US 50, Dillsboro, Indiana, 47018. A service will follow at 11 a.m. with Pastor Tom Holt officiating. Burial will take place at Oakdale Cemetery.

  Memorials may be given in honor of Marlene to the Dillsboro Food Pantry or to Hope Baptist Church.

  Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements and is serving the family during this difficult time.