Phyllis Jean Clodfelter, 81
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Phyllis Jean Clodfelter of Roachdale passed away at her residence, Saturday afternoon. She was born, March 15, 1933 at Shipshewana, IN to George Dewey and Alma Kauffman Nelson. She was 81 years old.
She attended Goshen College, and then graduated from Purdue University as a registered dietitian. She worked at Culver Hospital in Crawfordsville for 15 years and then as a consultant at Ben Hur and Williamsburg Nursing Homes in Crawfordsville, Asbury Towers in Greencastle, Rockville Correctional Facility and Putnamville Correctional Facility for 17 years. She also worked at various group homes and Putnam County Hospital.
On September 4, 1955 she married Gene Clodfelter at Shipshewana and he survives.
Other survivors include four children Jeanna (Alan) Anglin of Roachdale, Doug (Joyce) Clodfelter of Brazil, Rita (Jay) Smith of West Lafayette, Chet (Leslie) Clodfelter of Roachdale, eleven grandchildren Clint, Josie, Jed, Abe Anglin, Angela Satterfield, Holly Foster, Jeremy Staley, Kyle Wedemeyer, Luke Smith, Lance Clodfelter, Kayla Clodfelter, one great Grandchild Jalen Satterfield, one sister Carol Nelson and nieces & nephews. Her parents and a sister Shirley Nelson Davis preceded her in death.
Phyllis enjoyed cooking and being with her family, gardening, reading and attending plays. She was very involved with her Church, and she and her husband hosted Church Camp at Clodfelter's Pond for nearly 50 years. She was also a member of the Home Economics Club in Russellville and Fincastle Canasta Club.
Funeral Services will be held at the Russellville Community Church on Saturday August 30, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. Visitation will be on Friday from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the church. Rev. Jim and Kathi Elliott will officiate and burial will be in Blakesburg Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.machledtservies.com
Memorials may be made to the Russellville Community Church or Church Camp.
Machledt & Servies Funeral Home
301 E Green St Waveland, IN 47989
Published in the Journal & Courier from Aug. 24 to Aug. 25, 2014