Obituaries 12/31/2020

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Mrs. Janet Sue (Adam) Forwood, age 79, of Rising Sun, Indiana, entered this life on December 31, 1940 in New Albany, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of the late Herman G. and Mary (Harpe) Adam. She was raised in New Albany, Indiana where she was a 1958 graduate of the New Albany High School. Janet was united in marriage on August 21, 1984 in Pensacola, Florida to the late Garry Wayne Forwood. Janet and Garry shared over 35 years of marriage together until he passed away on November 15, 2019. Janet was employed for the Floyd County Bank in the loan department for several years. She served as deputy circuit clerk for the Switzerland County Clerks Office from 1977-1980 and as deputy treasurer for the Switzerland County Treasurers Office from 1980-1983. Janet was employed as the community manager for Sun Community Manufactured Homes in Merritt Island, Florida. Janet was a member of the Temple Baptist Church in Patriot, Indiana. Janet passed away at 11:26 a.m., Wednesday, December 23, 2020, at The Water’s of Rising Sun in Rising Sun, Indiana.

 Janet will be missed by her son, Charles Timothy “Tim” White and his wife, Teresa of Aurora, IN; her daughter, Debra Weir and her husband, Jeff of Commiskey, IN; her grandchildren, Trenton Weir, James Weir, Heather Cook and her husband, Brad and Timothy Adam White and his wife, Samantha; her great-grandchildren, Harper, Dean, Aiden and Aubree; her brother, Danny Adam and his wife, Terri of New Albany, IN; her sisters, Shirley Stroud of New Albany, IN and her several nieces and nephews.

 She was preceded in death by her parents, Herman G. Adam, died April 12, 1985 and Mary (Harpe) Adam, died April 17, 2002; her husband, Garry Wayne Forwood, died November 15, 2019; her sisters, Joyce Marie Lee and Diana Ivey and her brothers, Forrest Adam, Herbert Adam and Robert Adam.

 Due to COVID–19 restrictions, a private graveside service was conducted at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 29, 2020, by Rev. Mike Jones in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.

 Memorial contributions may be made to the Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com 

Virginia ‘Ginny’ Adams

  Virginia Ann “Ginny” Adams, age 82, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Switzerland County, passed away at 6:17 p.m. on Friday, December 25th, 2020, at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in Columbus, Indiana.

  Ginny entered this life on December 14th, 1938 in Florence, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of the late Roy G. and Mabel (Carver) Adams. She was raised in Switzerland County, and was a 1956 graduate of Patriot High School.

  After graduation, Ginny worked for the U.S. Shoe Factory in Vevay for a few months. She later moved to Cincinnati, Ohio and attended a technical college for a few years. She was employed for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Cincinnati Branch Fourth District where she worked in several different departments. She became an Analyst Computer Programmer where she designed and developed several systems for various departments.

  Ginny was selected to be a part of a group of five people from the Fed and certain public bank officers to design, develop and make operational the first Automated Clearing House (ACH, Direct Deposit System for the Fourth Federal Reserve District.) The Wright Patterson Air Force Payroll was her first operational system followed by the Social Security System that extended to banks and company payrolls and other applications.

  From there, Ginny went into management until she retired in April 1993 at the age of 54. She was proud to have visited 46 states in her lifetime. She was a member of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 Ladies Auxiliary.

  Ginny enjoyed playing softball, golfing, bowling and traveling. She also loved IU basketball and Elvis Presley.

  Ginny will be lovingly remembered by her sister, Martha Lucille Stephenson and her husband, Harry of Elizabethtown, Indiana; by her brothers: Richard Roy Adams and his wife Leona of Florence, Indiana and Frank D. Adams and his wife Shirley of Georgetown, Ohio; by her sister-in-law, Patricia Adams of Columbia, Ohio; and her several nieces and nephews.

  She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy G. and Mabel (Carver) Adams; by her sister, Emma Lou Brindley; by her brothers: Robert Emerson “Bob” Adams and Arthur Bettens “Art” Adams; and by her step-brother, Charles Noble Adams.

  Friends are invited to call on the family from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursday, December 31st, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana, 47043.

  Memorial Services will be conducted on Thursday, December 31st, at 1 p.m. by Floyd Parks, at the funeral home. Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery.

  Due to COVID-19 requirements, masks are required along with social distancing at all funeral events.

  Memorial contributions may be made to the Vevay American Legion Post #185 Ladies Auxiliary or Disabled American Veterans. Cards are available at the funeral home.

Dennis Blodgett

  Dennis R. Blodgett, 74, of Madison, formerly of Rising Sun, passed away at 12:35 p.m. on Saturday, December 26th, 2020 at The Waters of Clifty Falls.

  Dennis was born in Madison on November 21st, 1946, the son of the late Leona (Rayles) and Dale  Blodgett.

  Dennis is survived by his niece, Tina Blodgett, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

  Dennis was preceded in death by his parents and by his brother, Larry Blodgett.

  Graveside services for Dennis were held on Wednesday, December 30th at the Rising Sun New Cemetery in Rising Sun with Brother Don Thomason officiating.

  Memorial donations may be made to the charity of choice. Markland Funeral Home of Rising Sun is serving the family during this difficult time.

James ‘Jim’ Clark

  James Junior “Jim” Clark, age 92, of Hanover and Florence, Indiana, formerly of Lincoln, Illinois, went to be with his Lord and Savior at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020, at the Thornton Terrace Health Campus in Hanover, Indiana.

  Jim entered this life on April 13th, 1928 in Marceline, Missouri, the son of the late Elmer and Elma (Sennett) Clark. He was raised on a stock and grain farm near New Cambria, Missouri. He moved to Lincoln, Illinois in 1956.

  Jim attended Lincoln Bible Institute where he met his sweetheart Suzanne Mary Beauchamp. They were united in marriage on June 4th, 1966 at the Lincoln Christian Church in Lincoln, Illinois. This happy union was blessed with two daughters, Betty and Barb. Jim and Suzanne shared over 54 years of marriage together until his death.

  Jim worked as a custodian at Washington-Monroe Elementary School for 28 years and later worked part-time for the school district until age 80. He did maintenance work, such as plumbing, painting, and carpentry for over 50 years.

  He was a charter member of Jefferson Street Christian Church and worked on all of the church buildings. You might say Jim was a jack of all trades, master of none, but that wouldn’t be true. He was a master at being a witness for Jesus Christ. Whatever work he did for anyone, he did as if he were working for the Lord. He carried the message of Christ in all that he did, every day. He gave when others wouldn’t because he hoped that it might turn a life around and to show the love of Jesus Christ. Although his life on earth was humble, he will have many treasures in Heaven.

  Jim will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Suzanne Mary (Beauchamp) Clark of Hanover, Indiana; by his daughters: Betty Chatham and her husband Jerry of Florence, Indiana and Barb Rexroat and her husband Darin of Mackinaw, Illinois; by his grandchildren: Cory (Jodie) Stancle of Lincoln, Illinois, Nate Stancle of Lincoln, Illinois, Michael (Beauchamp) Stancle of Decatur, Illinois, Lilly Chatham of Florence, Indiana, and Rachel Chatham of Indianapolis, Indiana; by his great-grandchildren: Maliah Stancle, Cali Stancle, Cory Stancle, Chloe Stancle and Jayden Stancle; by his sisters: Betty Wise of Puyallup, Washington, Barbara Houghton and her husband William of Macon, Missouri, and Wilma Gladback of Marceline, Missouri; by his brother, Wendell Clark and his wife Linda of New Cambria, Missouri; and his several nieces and nephews.

  He was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Elma (Sennett) Clark; and by his brother, William Gene Clark.

  Because of the pandemic, services are not possible at this time. In order to memorialize Jim’s life, the family ask to take a few minutes and send a memory and/or picture to Betty Chatham at (812) 599-6166 or kingskids_director@yahoo.com.

  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Lincoln Christian University, 100 Campus View Drive, Lincoln, Illinois, 62656; or Jefferson Street Christian Church, 1700 North Jefferson Street, Lincoln, Illinois, 62656. Cards are available at the funeral home.

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

Reverend Jerry Ellard

  Reverend Jerry Ellard, age 77, of Florence, Indiana, passed away quietly and returned home to his Lord and Savior surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020 at King’s Daughters Health in Madison.

  Jerry entered this life on July 17th, 1943, in Paragould, Arkansas, the second son to Paul William and Lola Mae Ellard. One of three brothers born to a cotton farm sharecropper, the family left northeast Arkansas and relocated to St. Louis, Missouri in 1951, where Jerry attended school, was active in school vocal groups and where he met his future wife Carolyn whom he married on December 19th, 1964.

  Jerry contracted polio at the tender age of two, which confined him to a leg brace for the remainder of his life. But, even then, his patriotism and love of country compelled him to attempt enlistment in the Army during the Vietnam War; begging the recruiter to just let him do desk work or drive a Jeep. Jerry credited polio with setting him on the ministry path and he used his infirmity as an inspiration to help others find strength, grace, and humility in their own lives.

  Jerry had a passion for the Gospel. In 1977, he graduated from Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri, and for the next 43 years he pastored churches in St. Louis, Missouri, Mark, Iowa, Columbia, Missouri, Goshen, Indiana, Graniteville, Missouri, Alton, Illinois, Sarcoxie, Missouri, Erie, Kansas and, since 2016, the Ten Mile Baptist Church in Napoleon, Kentucky, until this September when he became too ill to continue.

  An excellent teacher and administrator, he also taught, worked, and ministered at churches in Jerseyville and Brighton, Illinois and Rising Sun.

  Jerry enjoyed singing hymns and listening to the great old-time Southern Gospel groups. His favorite pastime was spending days with his wife and best friend Carolyn, their grandchildren, and being a fatherly ear and shoulder to his sons’ careers and families. He leaves his family and his congregation embraced with his encouraging love, the song of joy in his heart, his champion spirit and with the verse on his lips that he fought the good fight, he finished his course, he kept his faith, and he goes joyfully to his Savior.

  Jerry shares his last message to all reading these words that God is real, that God loves you more than you can possibly imagine, and God freely grants salvation to all who seek His face.

  He is survived by his wife Carolyn of 56 years; by his sons Kevin, Steven (Samuel), Richard (April), and Robert (Donna); by his brother Larry (Judy); by his grandchildren: Matthew (Jessica), Jeremy (Amanda), Meagan, Alec Jae, Adam, Alyssa, Justin, Allison, Emma, Abigail, Anna Marie, Kaelyn, Aaron and Krissa; by his great-grandchildren: Aria, Daelyn, Brandon, and Mollie; by his cousins, several nieces and nephews, and the hundreds of church members he considered part of his family.

  He is preceded in death by his father Paul William Ellard; by his mother Lola Mae Ellard; and by his brother William Paul Ellard (Shirley).

  The family has chosen at this time not to conduct a service until a later date.

  Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Cards are available at the Morgan and Nay Funeral Centres of Madison and Hanover, which is assisting the family during this difficult time.

Larry Gray

  Larry Lee Gray, age 75, of Lamb, Indiana, passed peacefully away at 2:20 p.m. on Christmas Day, December 25th, at his home.

  Larry entered this life on February 11th, 1945 in Madison. He was the loving son of the Garland Harris “Bus” and Mary Ellen Scott Gray. He was raised in the Brooksburg community and attended school there.

  His was first united in marriage to Linda Randell on October 17th, 1969 was blessed with two sons: Michael and Jason.

  First and foremost he was a farmer at heart and enjoyed working on his family farm that had been in the family since 1944. He had been a school bus driver for Madison Consolidated Schools for several years.

  On January 26th, 1990 he was united in marriage to Thelma Tingle Wolf in Trimble County, Kentucky.

  Larry had worked at the Madison State Hospital in ground maintenance for over seven years and decided to return to farming full time.

  After the sudden death of his wife, Thelma, on September 1st, 2012, Larry later met Debra “Debbie” Bruther Short. They were blessed to share seven years of happiness together.

  For many years he raised a large crop of tobacco, milked his cows, raised cattle, enjoyed his John Deere tractors and raising his crops. He was a member of the  Union Baptist Church in Lamb, Indiana. He had been recently diagnosed with lung cancer.

  Larry will be missed by his loving companion of seven years, Debra “Debbie” Bruther Short of Lamb, Indiana; by his sons: Jason Lee Gray and his wife Amy of Madison and Michael Allen Gray and his wife Robin of Brooksburg, Indiana; by his mother, Mary Ellen Scott Gray of Madison; by his grandchildren: Landon Michael Gray, Samantha Jo Gray, and Constance Phillips and her husband Bart; by his great grandchildren: Bree, Jalahn, Brystol, and Caleb; by his sister, Janice Stephan and her husband Jim of Madison; by his nieces: Amanda Stropes, Tina McClure, Rhonda Scholl, Traci Goble; and by several great nieces, great nephews and other relatives.

  He was preceded in death by his father, Garland Harris “Bus” Gray, who died on November 1st, 1992; by his brother, Jerry Wayne Gray, who died on March 1st, 2015; by his first wife and mother of his sons, Linda Rose Randall Gray, who died on June 12th, 2006; and by his second wife, Thelma Tingle Wolf Gray, who died on September 1st, 2012.

  Funeral services will be conducted on Thursday, December 31st, at 11 a.m., by Pastor Chris Kendall at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison, Indiana. Interment will follow in the Brooksburg Cemetery in Brooksburg, Indiana.

  Friends were invited to pay their respects to the family on Wednesday, December 30th; and on Thursday, December 31st, from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home.

  Memorial contributions may be made to Brooksburg Cemetery Association. Cards are available at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centres of Madison and Hanover.

Geneva Hambrick

  Geneva Florence Craig Hambrick, age 95, of Franklin, Indiana, died at 5:55 a.m. on Sunday, December 27th, 2020, at the Franklin Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana.

  Geneva entered this life on September 11th, 1925 in Hanover, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of Charles Willis Sr. and Goldie Florence Scott Craig. She was raised in Jefferson County and attended school there.

  She was united in marriage on October 10th, 1945 at the First Baptist Church in downtown Madison to Giltner Allen Hambrick. This happy union of 36 years was blessed with a daughter, Donna, and a son, Eric.

  She was employed with the U.S. Shoe Corporation for 43 years and was one of the first employees hired at the Vevay plant. She retired as a supervisor and instructor and had worked in the Madison plant as well. She moved to Aurora, Indiana in 1985 and worked at Walmart for six years as a greeter.

  She was a member of the Osgood Baptist Church and the Bennington Chapter No. 407, Order of Eastern Star for over 50 years. She enjoyed reading and socializing with her friends and family.

  She moved to the Franklin Masonic Home when she was 85 years old.

  Geneva will be missed by her loving son, Eric Hambrick and his wife Tonia of Madison; by her loving daughter, Donna Frank and her husband Richard of Crestwood, Kentucky; by her grandchildren: Rhonda, Melissa, Sean, Rick, Kristen, Jennifer, Heather, and Aaron; by her great-grandchildren: Briana, Jordan, Dalton, Nicholas, Abigail, Hunter, Logan, Bryant, Cason, Camira, Trey, Naelee, Hunter, Kirbow, Isaac, Holly, Lucas, and Zach; by her great- great-grandchildren: Erica, MacKenzie, Jenson, Ylena, and Jackson; and by her several nieces, nephews and other relatives.

  She was preceded in death by her father, Charles Willis Craig, Sr.; by her mother, Goldie Florence Scott Craig; by her beloved husband of 36 years, Giltner Allen Hambrick, who died on July 19th, 1981; by her sisters: Kathryn Jenkins, Mary Emma Barnes, Louise Humphrey, Marjorie Sullivan, Crystal Clutts, and Nora Kohr; and by her brothers: Clarence Albert, Virgil, Russel, Charles Willis, Jr., and Bennie Craig.

  Private family services will be conducted on Monday, January 4th, at 1 p.m., by Pastor Steve Allen at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison, Indiana. Interment will follow in the Grandview Memorial Gardens, 9306 North US 421 near Madison, Indiana.

  If you wish to watch Geneva’s funeral log onto the funeral home’s Facebook page, Morgan and Nay Funeral Centre. After going to the page, click on video and click on the video for Geneva Hambrick. The video will be up 10 minutes before the service.

  Friends may visit on Monday, January 4th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home.

  Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association or the American Heart Association.  Cards are available at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centres of Madison and Hanover.

Florence Haskell

  Florence M. (Smith) Wilson Haskell, age 98, of Vevay, passed away at 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, December 24th, 2020, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay.

  Florence entered this life on April 20th, 1922 in Switzerland County. She was the loving daughter of the late Albert Uley and Alice (Copeland) Smith. She was raised in Switzerland County, where she attended school.

  Florence was united in marriage to Woodrow Wilson on May 22nd, 1939. Florence and Woodrow shared 39 years of marriage together until he passed away on April 1st, 1978.

  She was later united in marriage to Herbert Ward “Hosey” Haskell on August 6th, 1994 and they shared six years of marriage together until he passed away on September 9th, 2000.

  Florence was a former employee for the U.S. Shoe Factory in Vevay for 30 years. She was later employed as a chef for the Ogle Haus for four years and as a cook for Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay for eight years.

  Florence was a former member of the Hope Rebekah Lodge #851 of Bennington, Indiana and the Center Square Home Economics Club. She was a member of the Mt. Sterling Baptist Church in Mt. Sterling, Indiana.

  Florence will be missed by her daughter, Mary Katherine Ray and her husband Ronnie of Vevay; by her brother, Roy Lee Smith and his wife Marilyn of Canaan, Indiana; and her several nieces and nephews.

  She was preceded in death by her husbands: Woodrow Wilson and Herbert Ward “Hosey” Haskell; by her sons: Charles “Shorty” and Marion Wilson; by her parents, Albert Uley and Alice (Copeland) Smith; by her brothers: Robert P. Smith, Morgan Smith, Raymond Smith, James E. Smith and Lawrence Smith; and by her sisters: Lottie Webster, Jannetta McComas, and Martha Jean “Jeannie” Wentworth.

  Private, immediate family only services were held on Monday, December 28th; and interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery.

  Memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Sterling Baptist Church or American Leukemia Society. Cards are available at the funeral home.

Natasha Frazier-Mauldin

  Natasha Dawn Kabeith Frazier-Mauldin, age 38, of Vevay, passed away on Saturday, December 26th, 2020 at her residence.

  Natasha was born on January 5th, 1982, in Madison, the daughter of Charlie and Sandy (Miller) Frazier. She graduated from Switzerland County High School and received her master’s degree in business management from Hanover College.

  She was an 911 supervisor and dispatcher for the Clay County Police Department in Arkansas and had previously worked for Belterra Casino Resort for several years.

  In her spare time, she enjoyed helping people and white water rafting.

  Her life will be cherished by her husband of 13 years, Heath Daniel Mauldin of Piggott, Arkansas; by her children: James Busching of Vevay and Cheyanne Gayle Mauldin of Piggott, Arkansas; by her parents, Charlie and Sandy Frazier of Vevay; by her sisters: Raven Rayne Frazier and Feranda Frazier, both of Vevay; and by her paternal grandmother and grandfather, Louisa Frazier and Harold Scranton of Vevay.

  She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Charles D. Frazier; by her maternal grandfather, Kenneth G. Miller; and by her maternal grandmother, Mary Pyles.

  Private memorial services will be held at a later date.

  Lytle Welty Funeral Homes & Cremation Service, Vail Chapel in Madison is in charge of arrangements.

Pauline ‘Polly’ Raker

  Pauline Laverne “Polly” Raker, 90, of Rising Sun, passed away at 9:46 a.m. on Sunday, December 20th, 2020 at The Waters of Rising Sun.

  Polly was born in Switzerland County on October 5th, 1930, the daughter of the late Lucy (Reese) and Guy Fenton Bunger. Polly was a graduate of Patriot High School Class of 1948.

  She was married on January 26th, 1949 to Donald Raker, who passed away on September 1st, 2003.

  Polly was a loving mother and homemaker and worked over the years at the Ohio County Library as a clerk and at the local nursing home as an activities director. She was a longtime member of the First United Church of Christ where she served in many different roles.

  Polly also served her community by being a 4-H Club Leader for 10 years and by playing in the “Kitchen Band” that provided entertaining concerts for various groups of people.

  Pauline is survived by her daughter, Susan Miller (Ken), of Cincinnati, Ohio; by sons: Edward Raker of Floyds Knobs, Indiana and Robert “Bob” Raker (Shelley), of Carlisle, Pennsylvania; by her brother, Donald Bunger of Lakewood, Colorado; by her sisters: Flora Jean Jones of Woodstock, Georgia and Nancy Stivers (John) of Edinburgh, Indiana; by her grandchildren: Andrew Raker, Jenny Small (Michael), Julie Gerhardt (Eric), Jason Raker, Daniel Hellwig, Annie Merrill (Cooper), and Gracie Payne (Christian); by her six great grandchildren and by one great- great-grandchild.

  In addition to her parents and her husband, Polly was preceded in death by her daughter-in-law, Brenda Raker.

  Graveside services were held on Tuesday, December 29th at the Rising Sun New Cemetery in Rising Sun with Pastor Lane Siekman officiating.

  Memorial contributions may be made to the First United Church of Christ or the Rising Sun Fire Department. Markland Funeral Home of Rising Sun is serving the family during this difficult time.

Clarence Wentworth

  Clarence Edward Wentworth, age 96, of New Albany, Indiana, formerly of Vevay, passed away at 9:05 p.m. on Thursday, December 24th, 2020, at his residence.

  Clarence entered this life on January 26th, 1924 in Trimble County, Kentucky. He was the son of the late Joseph Allen and Lydia Ann (Callis) Wentworth. He was a 1942 graduate of Vevay High School.

  Clarence was inducted into the United States Army on March 25th, 1943 in Louisville, Kentucky, serving during World War II. He earned the Good Conduct Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon, American Theatre Ribbon, Asiatic Pacific Theatre Ribbon, World War II Victory Medal, New Guinea Campaign Battle Star and the Southern Philippine Campaign Battle Star. Clarence was honorably discharged with the rank of Technician 4th Grade on April 4th, 1946.

  Clarence was united in marriage on January 24th, 1948 in Crestwood, Kentucky to the late Carol Jean Clements. Clarence and Carol Jean shared over 52 years of marriage together until she passed away on May 3rd, 2000.

  Clarence was employed as a bookkeeper for South Central Council for the Aging in New Albany, Indiana and Neon Lite Company from 1947-1981 in Clarksville, Indiana. Clarence resided in the New Albany, Indiana community since 1948.

  Clarence will be lovingly remembered by his several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

  He was preceded in death by his parents: Joseph Allen Wentworth, who died on September 17th, 1986 and Lydia Ann (Callis) Wentworth, who died on February 3rd, 1991; by his wife, Carol Jean (Clements) Wentworth, who died on May 3rd, 2000; by his brothers: Charles Wentworth, who died on July 10th, 1928, Reverend Melvin Wentworth, who died on December 30th, 1998 and J. Eugene Wentworth, who died on May 9th, 2019; and by his sisters: Helena “Babe” McKay, who died on May 5th, 1986, Rosemary Griswold, who died on August 14th, 1992, Nelgene Bolton, who died on October 23rd, 1995, Hilda L. Meriwether, who died on September 16th, 2013 and Jennie Dean Brooks, who died on March 25th, 2020.

  Friends may call on the family from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, January 2nd, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana, 47043. Funeral services will then be conducted on Saturday, January 2nd, at 1 pm, by Reverend Kerry Wentworth, at the funeral home.

  Interment and full military rites will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 in the Vevay Cemetery.

  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, masks are required along with social distancing at all services.

  Memorial contributions may be made to Riley Children’s Hospital, St. Jude Children’s Hospital or Salvation Army. Cards are available at the funeral home.