Rosemary Ball(1939 - 2013)

Rosemary Ball

Muncie, IN

Rosemary Ball, 74, passed away Saturday, October 5, 2013, at her residence.

She was born July 27, 1939, in Batavia, Illinois, the daughter of Harry and Shirley (Millett) Adams.

Mrs. Ball was Owner, Vice-President, Secretary, and Director of Florida Golf West Florida, Inc. and Indian Pass Village Company.

Rosemary served on the boards for the Muncie Children's Museum, Hospital Hospitality House in Muncie, and the Alpha Center in Muncie.

She was a member of Psi Iota Xi Sorority, Alpha Chapter, Ball Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Muncie Symphony League, and the Ball State University Museum Art Alliance.

Mrs. Ball is survived by her husband, Frank E. Ball, children, Flint Hopper, Lehigh Acres, FL, Revell Hopper, Alexandria, IN, Jamie Love (Eric), Yorktown, IN, Stacy McHenry (Scott), Indialantic, FL, Clinton Ball (Karen), Steamboat Springs, CO, Charles Ball (Renne), Conifer, CO, and Clayton Ball (Lilia), Leland, MI; thirteen grandchildren, Logan Hopper, Amanda Jones, Macy Brooke, Christopher McHenry, Piper McHenry, Savannah Love, Reanna Davis, Jessica Ball, Josephine Ball, Edmund Ball, Christy Ball, Martin Cervantes, and Nathan Ball; one great grandchild, Abel John Jones; her father, Harry L. Adams; two sisters, Lynda Dean and Jeanne Snyder (Patrick); and two brothers, George Adams (Wanda), and Gregory Adams (Letta); two sister-in-laws, Marilyn Heaton (Robert), Barrington, IL, Nancy Keilty (Timohty), Cedar, MI; two brother-in-laws, Frederick Ball (Pam), Harbor Springs, MI, and Robert Ball (Jeanine), Leland, MI.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Shirley Adams; and a daughter-in-law, Suzette Hopper.

Private Services were held at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel. Entombment followed in Elm Ridge Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Muncie Children's Museum, In Recognition of Rosemary Ball, 515 S. High Street, Muncie, IN 47305.

Funeral Home

Meeks Mortuary
415 E Washington Street Muncie, IN 47305
(765) 288-6669

Published in FLORIDA TODAY on Oct. 10, 2013