Charles Coy II
Charles William “Charlie” Coy, II., age 43, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away at 12:57 p.m. on Thursday, November 7th, 2019, at the Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
Charlie entered this life on March 8th, 1976, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. He was the son of Charles William Coy I, and Linda Jean (Robbins) Coy. He was raised in Dillsboro, and attended Rising Sun High School.
Charlie was united in marriage on June 5th, 1999, in Dillsboro, to Camilla Renea Theetge. Charlie was a brick mason for 20 years and was formerly employed for Baumgartner in Versailles, Indiana.
Charles is survived by his wife, Camilla Renea (Theetge) Coy of Patriot; by his children: Jacqueline Bills of Aurora, Indiana, Blake Coy of Brookville, Indiana, Wyatt Coy of Brighton, Michigan and Karah Coy of Brighton, Michigan; by his mother, Linda Jean (Robbins) Coy of Sunman, Indiana; and by his sister, Theresa Coy of Brighton, Michigan.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles William Coy I., who died on April 8th, 2019.
Friends were invited to call on the family on Wednesday, November 13th, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana, 47043.
Funeral services were conducted following the visitation on Wednesday, November 13th, by Reverend Mike Jones at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Mr. Charles William Coy II. Memorial Fund c/o Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Rick Greive, age 55 of Aurora, Indiana passed away surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, November 7th, 2019.
Rick was born on February 19th, 1964 the son of Don and Shirley Greive.
He married his high school sweetheart Tina (Tedesco), and together they raised two beautiful daughters, Emily and Samantha. He was adored by his only granddaughter, Quinn, who smiled whenever he walked into the room. He enjoyed coaching his daughters in soccer and basketball for many years.
Rick was also known as a hard worker that could build anything. He was a proud member of the United Brotherhood District Council of Carpenters Union for 33 years. Rick had a great passion for the outdoors. He spent his free time with family and friends enjoying and excelling in golfing, hunting, and fishing. He loved competition and won many club championships and tournaments. His passion for the outdoors led to 20 years vacationing at Norris Lake with family and friends, where Rick’s best part of the day was his time spent as the captain of his boat, catching striper. Rick will be remembered by all for the love he had for his family.
He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Tina; by his two daughters Emily (Carson) Bender and Samantha (Dylan) Barlion; by his granddaughter Quinn; by his parents: Don and Shirley Greive: by his sister Kim (Joey) Markland; by his brother Tate (Nichole) Greive; by the Tedesco family; and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on Monday, November 11th, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Aurora, Indiana. Visitation was held on Monday, November 11th, prior to the beginning of the funeral service at St. Mary’s. Burial was at Riverview Cemetery in Aurora, Indiana. A reception and celebration of Rick’s life was held at St. Mary’s gymnasium following the burial.
Donations can be made to the family, to go to a charity of their choice at a later date. Markland Funeral Home of Rising Sun is serving the family at this difficult time.
Lorie Louise Davis Coy
Lorie Louise Davis Coy, 79, of Whitestown, passed away November 8th, 2019. She was born in Pleasant, Indiana on August 3rd, 1940 to Floyd and Rachel Davis. After graduating from Vevay High School in 1958, Lorie worked as an office manager for Broad Ripple Family Physicians. She had a charitable heart and a soft spot for animals. She was a member of the National Wildlife Association, World Wildlife Fund, Humane Society of America, and the American Indian Relief Fund. One of her favorite pastimes was crossword puzzles.
Lorie will always be remembered as a loving person. She is survived by her husband, John Edward Coy — whom she taught that you can love without the fear of being hurt. Lorie also leaves behind two nieces, Delene (Tab) Weaver and Delinda Davis; several great nieces and nephews; as well as her two beloved cats, Miss Kitty and Snowball.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Roy Davis; and nephew, Michael Davis.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, November 16th at A.R.N. Funeral & Cremation Services, 11411 N. Michigan Road, Zionsville, Indiana, at noon. Friends are welcome to visit from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. In honor of Lorie’s love of animals, memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society.
Friends may leave a memory or message of condolence by visiting the online obituary at www.arnmortuary.com
Rodney Allen Marshall, age 34, of Madison, Indiana, died on Friday, November 8th, 2019, at 3:45 a.m. with his parents by his side at their home near Madison.
Rodney entered this life on November 6th, 1985 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. He was the loving son of Stephen E. and Beth Dryden Marshall. He spent his early years in foster care in Lawrenceburg, Rising Sun and Scott County, Indiana.
He arrived with his brother, Kenny, to his forever home on July 7th, 1989, when his mom and dad adopted him. Rodney was baptized and a member early in his life at the Kent Christian Church and was home schooled. Later in life he attended several area churches. Rodney loved life, enjoyed life, always had a smile on his face and he would literally give you the shirt off his back and the shoes off his feet to anyone.
He was blessed with a daughter in life from a previous marriage.
On September 9th, 2011 he was united in marriage to Teresa Sanders at the Carroll County, Kentucky, Courthouse.
As a child he was a happy fun loving kid who enjoyed little league, 4-H, hunting and volunteering at King’s Daughters’ Hospital. As an older adult he loved fishing, hiking, being with his family and friends. He had worked early in life as a farm laborer and at pallet companies and saw mills. He had most recently worked for Taco Bell in food prep for about five years. Rodney was diagnosed three years ago with melanoma and fought a courageous battle against the disease.
Rodney will be missed by his loving parents, Steve and Beth Marshall of Madison; by his wife, Teresa Marshall of Lexington, Kentucky; by his daughter, Catherine Marshall of Scott County, Indiana; by his step children: Joshua Davis, Michael Lee Combs, and Hannah Stephenson; by his sister, Charity Smolarczyk of Madison; by his brother, Kenny Marshall and his wife, Danelle of Madison; by his aunts and uncles: Lisa Dryden of Madison, Linda Troyer and her husband, Keith of Kolona, Iowa, Margaret Rea and her husband, Robert of New Palestine, Indiana, and Sue Fields and her husband, Joe of Louisville, Kentucky; and by several cousins and other relatives.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Leslie and Kathleen Marshall, Elmer Reece Dryden, Martha Robertson Dryden Carlock, and Douglas N. Carlock, by his brother, Jacob E. Marshall, who died on December 18th, 1983; by his uncles and aunt: David Marshall, Walter E. “Chip” Dryden, and Annamary Dryden Claghorn, and by his cousins: Joey Claghorn, Jennifer Rea, and A.J. Fields.
Funeral services will be private and conducted by Brother Dan Corbin at the Kent Christian Church. Interment will be at a later date in the Grandview Memorial Gardens near Madison.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, House of Hope or Amedysis Hospice. Cards are available at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre’s of Madison and Hanover.
Fred Patrick, Jr.
Fred Layman Patrick Jr., age 73, of Vevay, passed away at 4:35 p.m. on Friday, November 8th, 2019, at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison.
Fred entered this life on January 26th, 1946, in Harrison, Ohio. He was the son of the late, Fred Layman Patrick, Sr. and Georgia May (Lewis) Patrick. Fred was raised in Harrison, Ohio where he attended high school.
Fred was inducted into the United States Army on September 6th, 1967 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. He earned the National Defense Service Medal and was honorably discharged with the rank of Private First Class on October 4th, 1968, at Fort Benjamin Harrison, in Indiana.
Fred was united in marriage on August 19th, 1967, in Harrison, Ohio, to Violet Fultz. Fred and Violet shared 52 years of marriage together until his death.
Fred was a truck driver for various trucking companies for 50 years. He was currently employed for Highway Transport in Florence, Kentucky.
Fred was a former member of the Switzerland Masonic Lodge #122 F&AM. Fred will be lovingly remembered for his strong work ethic and enjoyed tending to his pool and mowing his yard.
Fred will be missed by his loving wife, Violet (Fultz) Patrick of Vevay; by his children: Dan Patrick and his wife Cyndi of Elyria, Ohio, Leah Patrick of Indiana, Tony Fultz and his wife Shannon of Midville, Georgia, Tammy Patrick and her husband Tony Jackson of Vevay, Fred Patrick and his wife Melissa of Vevay, and Marie Brenneman and her husband James of Sunman, Indiana; by his 19-grandchildren; by his several great-grandchildren; by his sister, Diane Snyder of New Trenton, Indiana; by his brothers, Ray Patrick and his wife Lynn of West Chester, Ohio and Larry Patrick and his wife Julie of Delhi, Ohio, and by his nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Fred Layman Patrick, Sr. and Georgia May (Lewis) Patrick; and by his sister, Shirley Mae Fultz.
No services are being held at this time.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Keeping Pace Cancer Fund c/o Community Foundation of Switzerland County, Inc. Cards are available at the funeral home.
Renny Lee Rieman,69, of Madison, passed away on Monday, November 11th, 2019, at 6:10 a.m. at the Baptist Health-Floyd Hospital in New Albany, Indiana with his brother and close friends at his side.
Renny was born on January 24th, 1950, at Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville, Indiana, the son of Walter Ralph and Josie Marie Marsh Rieman of East Enterprise.
As a boy, he acquired his people skills, work ethic, and commitment to detail by working at the family grocery and hardware store. All of Renny’s childhood education held a Switzerland County tie. He attended Allensville Elementary School near East Enterprise, and graduated from Vevay High School in 1968. He earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Ball State University, and later a master’s degree from IUPUI. The lifelong educator also attained certification through Indiana University to guide programs for Gifted and Talented Students, as well as an Ed. S. in Administration of Elementary Schools and an Ed. S. in Administration and Director of Special Education Programs.
Working at Southwestern Elementary School in Hanover, Indiana, Renny fulfilled multiple roles as teacher, vice principal and principal. In addition, he taught 21 years at four different elementaries for Madison Consolidated Schools — Deputy, Lydia Middleton, Eggleston and E.O. Muncie.
Renny belonged to East Enterprise Methodist Church, Switzerland County Historical Society, Ripley County Historical Society, Indiana Retired Teachers Association, Jefferson County Retired Teachers Association and Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, plus past memberships in Jefferson County Historical Society and Southwestern Teachers Association. He enjoyed genealogy, photography, cooking, and particularly gardening. With many family members serving in the military over the years, veterans too held a special spot in Renny’s heart.
He appreciated all of his friends who came and cared for him during his trying illness.
Renny will be missed by his loving brother, Rick Lynn Rieman of Madison; by his sister-in-law, Lisa Sullivan Rieman of East Enterprise; by his nephews: Reggie Rieman and his wife Heather, Ethan Rieman and his fiancée, Kayla Hall, and Hunter Rieman; by his great nephews: Rylan, Wyatt and Cole; by his aunt, Marge Rieman of Lawrenceburg, Indiana; and by his cousins and other relatives.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bruce and Bessie Whitham Rieman and Joseph and Maryetta Driver Marsh; by his father, Walter Ralph Rieman, who died on October 10th, 1990; by his mother, Josie Marie Marsh Rieman, who died on February 10th, 1991, and by his brother, Reggie M. Rieman, who died on January 22nd, 2012.
His remembrance ceremony will be conducted on Friday, November 15th, at 7 p.m., by his friends at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison, Indiana. Interment will be private in the New Liberty Cemetery at East Enterprise. Friends may call on the family on Friday, November 15th, from 4-7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Renny Rieman Remembrance Fund (his brother will choose things to be honored in Renny’s memory) or the Wounded Warrior Project. Cards are available at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre’s of Madison and Hanover.
Everett Dale Walton, 81, of Rising Sun, passed away on Saturday, November 9th, 2019 at Ridgewood Health Campus in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
Everett was born in Ohio County on December 22nd, 1937, the son of the late Bertha (Reamer) and Robert Walton. Everett grew up in Ohio County and attended school there along with his brothers: Cleveland and Ervin; and his sister Edith.
Everett was married to Wanda (Dennis), who passed away on January 31st, 1989. He married Janet (Jackson) Caldwell on August 8th, 1992, who survives him.
Everett worked as a parts clerk for the Indiana State Highway Department for 41 years. Farming was Everett’s true passion. He loved the farm life and loved sharing this life with his family. Everett also liked to go dancing and enjoyed listening to Don Williams. He was a long time member of the Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ.
Everett is survived by his wife, Janet Walton, of Rising Sun; by his stepsons: Jerry Caldwell (Judy), of Dillsboro, Indiana, Steve Caldwell (Shari), of Aurora, Indiana, and Daryl Caldwell (Renee), of Bright, Indiana; by his grandchildren: Lee Caldwell, Amy Caldwell, Kelly Caldwell, Alex Caldwell, Sam Caldwell, Maggie Caldwell, Cammi Caldwell and Reid Caldwell; and by great grandchildren: Hayle and Adie Breashears.
Everett was preceded in death by his parents; by his first wife, Wanda; by his brothers: Cleveland Walton and Ervin Walton; by his sister Edith Koons; and by two infant sisters.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 15th at the Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ. Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, November 14th at Markland Funeral Home in Rising Sun. Burial will be at Marker-Althoff Cemetery in Bear Branch, Indiana.
Memorial donations may be made to the Dementia Society of America or the Pleasant Ridge Church of Christ. Cards are available at the funeral home.