Megan Lynn Rosbottom

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Megan Lynn
Avon, Ind.
Megan Lynn (Nottingham) Rosbottom, 35, of Avon, passed away on April 5, 2014.
She courageously battled breast cancer for 14 months. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends that Megan had blessed throughout her very memorable life. She was born in Evansville, to Charles and Shirley Nottingham. After losing both of her parents at a young age Megan was always thankful to be cared for and loved by her stepmother, Rebecca "Becky" Nottingham, of Poseyville, IN. Megan graduated from North Posey High School in 1997. She continued her education at Indiana University, graduating in 2001, with a degree in Recreational Therapy. After college, Megan held management positions in retail specializing in women's fashion. In 2003, she married her college sweetheart, Lucas Rosbottom. Moving to Greater Indianapolis with her family in 2009, Megan found her calling. The highlight of her life was staying at home to raise her beloved daughters, Reese and Fiona. She enjoyed fashion, photography, and always found time for lunch with friends. Lucas would like to thank all of her medical providers and caregivers, especially Becky and her mother-in-law, Betty Rosbottom.
A celebration of life will be held every year on the eve of the Evansville Race for the Cure. For more details please visit the Facebook group, Megan's Rack Pack. Memorial services will be scheduled at a later date. Hampton-Gentry Funeral Home is handling arrangements. On-line condolences may be sent to the Rosbottom family at

Funeral Home
Hampton-Gentry Funeral Home Inc
106 Shaw Street Plainfield, IN 46168
(317) 839-6573
Funeral Home Details
Published in Courier Press on Apr. 13, 2014
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