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Dillman, Don  
Don Bradley Dillman, 67, of Rainsville, died at 12:41 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at the St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. Don was born on Dec. 27, 1947 in Williamsport. He was the son of the late Monten and Anna (Swanson) Dillman. He had lived all of his life in the Rainsville area and graduated from Pine Village High School. He later attended the Diesel Mechanics School in Nashville, Tenn. Don married Connie Sue Cadwallader on June 27, 1997 in Rainsville. She survives. Don had worked for the John Deere dealership in Williamsport under several owners, including Butler's, Nally's and Wright Implement. He had retired in 2014 as the lead mechanic in charge of set-up. Don had served in the U.S. Marine Reserves. He was an outdoorsman and nature lover. His favorite pastimes were fishing and mushroom hunting. He loved animals, especially his pet dog, Sadie. He was a major advocate of no-till farming. Don never met a stranger in his life. He saw the good in everyone and always enjoyed helping others. Surviving along with his wife, Connie of Attica are a daughter, Cassie (husband-Nate Tarter) Dillman of Kramer; a step daughter, Angela (husband-Richard) Claire of Oxford; three brothers, Jimmy (wife-Betty) Dillman of Lafayette, John (wife-Deb) Dillman and Joe (wife-Charlene) Dillman, both of Rainsville; three sisters, Ella Brier of Indianapolis, Carla (husband-Rick) Peterson of Rainsville and Norma (husband-Charlie) Brown of Maryville, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Arlina, Wyatt, Cadence and Annabelle. He was also preceded in death by three sisters, Rose, Shirley and Marilyn and two brothers, Ralph and Robert. Funeral services were held at the Maus Funeral Home, Attica on May 18. Burial followed in the Rainsville Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Don Dillman Family. Condolences may be sent online at mausfuneralhome.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from May 21 to June 20, 2015
Ellingwood, Terry  
Terry Eugene Ellingwood, age 68, of Wallace passed away peacefully at 10 p.m. on May 17, 2015 at home surrounded by his loving girls, after a valiant 15 year battle with cancer. He was born in Crawfordsville on July 3, 1946 to the late Eugene and Idell (Mitchell) Ellingwood. He graduated from Wallace High School in 1964 and married the love of his life of 49 years, Darla (Sowers) Ellingwood on Oct. 2, 1965 in Wallace. Terry was a farmer, builder, loved to trade and deal, was a great dad, loving husband and loved spending time with his family. He was a compassionate, community oriented, problem solving, engineering minded, resolute, fiscal conservative. He was member of the Wallace Masonic Lodge #495, having served in all the offices and was the past Master in 1972, 1994, 1997, and 1998. He was awarded the "Mason of the Year" at the Wallace Lodge; was a 32 degree Mason of the Scottish Rite of Terre Haute; member of the Phanuel Lutheran Church and president of the church council; served on the Jackson Township Advisory Board; was a precinct committeeman and vice committeeman; was a Fountain County Commissioner for eight years; Jackson 4-H leader for eight years; and was in the first EMT class of Fountain County. He was a member of the Fountain County Genealogical Society, the John Deere two cylinder club, a lifetime member of the Draft Horse Association, American Jersey Cattle Club, American Border Collie Association and the National Rifle Association. He also built 47 new homes plus barns and numerous other remodels with his dad and two brothers, Jim and Jeff. He is survived by his loving wife, Darla of Wallace; son, Erik Ellingwood of Terre Haute; daughter, Beth (Shane) Chezem of Wallace; three brothers, Nick (Thelma) Ellingwood and Jim (Charol) Ellingwood, both of Wallace, Jeff (Liz) Ellingwood of Calif.; sixgrandchildren, Ethan, Isaac, Zachary, Nathan, Lauren, and Hannah; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Southern Care hospice and a special thanks to his nurse Elaine. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. on Thursday, May 21 at Sanders Funeral Care, 203 S 1st Street, Kingman. A Masonic Service will take place at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 22 at the Wallace Masonic Lodge with burial following at the Wallace Lutheran Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be given to the Southeast Fountain Community Foundation/Jackson Township Scholarship Fund, PO Box 95, Veedersburg, IN 47987. Sanders Funeral Care entrusted with care. Share memories and condolences online at www.sandersfuneralcare.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from May 21 to June 20, 2015
Francis, Richard  
Richard "Rick" L. Francis, 77, Attica, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family, on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at 10:15 p.m. following an illness of cancer since 2009. Rick was born in Fithian, Ill., on Aug. 8, 1937. He was the son of the late Carl Joseph and Lucille (McKenzie) Francis. Rick was raised in Talbot and graduated from Ambia High School in 1955. He has resided in Attica since 1957. Rick worked at Fairfield Manufacturing in Lafayette for 43 years. At the time of his retirement in 1997 he was a NC Programer. Rick had attended the Talbot United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Harrison Hills Country Club. He was an avid sportsman and enjoyed playing golf. He bowled on several leagues through the years at Shawnee Lanes in Attica. He was a fan of Purdue University basketball. He enjoyed watching NASCAR and Jeff Gordon was his favorite driver. His favorite pastime was watching his grandchildren in their sporting events. On July 28, 1957, Rick married Peg Landon in the Tab Christian Church. Rick leaves behind his wife, Peg of 58 years; a son, Brad (Cheryl) Francis, Lafayette; a daughter, Valerie (George) Evans, Attica; a brother, David (Barbara) Francis, Lafayette; two sisters, Glenna Perkins, LaPorte and Rebecca Kidd, Austin, Texas; a special sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Joyce and Jim Morrell, Fanning Springs, Fla.; eight grandchildren, Ryan Francis, Samantha Francis, Taylor Evans, Chloe Evans, Madison Duncan, Caleb Duncan, Jamie (Aaron) Bridge and Tara (Marc) Hesler; eight great-grandchildren, Camden, Braelyn, Riot, Elie, Ray, Charlie, George and Henry. Funeral services were at the Maus Funeral Home, Attica, on April 28 with Pastor Rich Stoll officiating. Burial followed in the Riverside Cemetery, Attica. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Attica First United Methodist Church. Condolences may be sent on line to www.mausfuneralhome.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 30 to May 29, 2015
Halladay, Dorothy  
Dorothy Dalene (Jones) Halladay passed away peacefully at 2:55 p.m. Monday, May 4, 2015 at University Place Health Center in West Lafayette with her son Dan and daughter-in-law Karen at her side. Dorothy was born on Oct. 24, 1920 near Hastings in rural Barry County, Mich. to Guy and Leila (Risbridger) Jones. She graduated from Hastings High School in 1938. While working in Battle Creek, she met Jarvis N. (Judd) Halladay from Cassopolis, Mich. and married him on May 25, 1944 upon his return from the Pacific in WW II. He passed away on April 8, 1984, just short of their 40th anniversary. Both parents and two older brothers, Robert and Neil, preceded her in death. Dorothy is survived by the son they adopted in January of 1955, Danny Guy Halladay (Karen) of Lafayette; and three grandchildren, Brian (Meagan) of Omaha, Neb.; Matthew (Sarah) of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; and Suzanne (significant other, Daniel Dixon) of Mechanicsville, Va. Also surviving are five great-grandchildren; Bella and Ethan Halladay of Omaha; Andrew, Isaiah, and Jonas Halladay of Abu Dhabi. She was so blessed to have had her grandchildren and great-grandchildren in her life. She was also survived by several nieces and nephews. Dorothy was a homemaker. She loved to cook and bake, and did all kinds of sewing, crocheting, knitting, quilting and needlepoint. She was a member of the Veedersburg Sterling Christian Church, the Sterling Ladies Aid, and the Veedersburg Hub Club. Grammy was an inspiration to all who met her because of her positive attitude, making many friends in both Michigan and Indiana. Memorial services are being planned in both Veedersburg, and Cassopolis, Mich. in late June.
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Published in Review Republican from May 14 to June 13, 2015
Larson, Molly  
Molly Larson, was premature for this world but was delivered into the arms of Jesus on Friday April 24, 2015. She leaves behind a loving family that include her parents, Flint and Alyssa Larson, Veedersburg; a brother, Cooper Larson; grandparents, Rich and Donna Douglas, Veedersburg; Becky Larson, Williamsport; Terry Larson, Attica; great-grandparents, Robert and Mary Lou Oswalt and Lois Larson; aunts and uncles, Krista (Chris) Webb, Kari (Rob) Bowers, Emily (Jeremy) Stone, Billie (Ryan) Dallas, and Bobbie Larson. A graveside service was held for Molly at Coal Creek Cemetery with Pastor Tony Thomas officiating. Arrangements entrusted to Dickerson Funeral Home in Veedersburg.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 30 to May 29, 2015
Wolf, Alfred  
Alfred "Al" J. Wolf, age 74, of Veedersburg died at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at home. He was born in Cook County, Ill. on Jan. 3, 1941. On Oct. 5, 1962 in Fairmont, he married the love of his life, Marilyn Sue (Buck) Wolf, who survives. Al graduated from Marion College, which is now known as Indiana Wesleyan University and was a licensed secondary school teacher. Al owned V.I.A for 41 years and was deeply involved with the Historical Markers Data Base www.HMDB.org. He was a past member of the Veedersburg Town Council, founding member (President) of the Veedersburg Jaycees, past president of the Veedersburg Lions Club, past president of the Veedersburg Redevelopment Authority, founding and past member of "Family Trees", past president of Van Buren Township Advisory Board, past Public Relations Coordinator for the Southeast Fountain Community Foundation and contributed to many improvements to the Veedersburg Boy Scouts Cabin. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; sons, John (Rhonda) Wolf and Thad (Debbie) Wolf; three daughters, Ginger Drenning, Coressa (Ben) Clark, and Sarah (Terry) Pickett, 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren and his pet rock, Stoney. He was preceded in death by his lovely mother, Olga Rose Schneller Wolf; brother, George Walter Coglianese; sister, Olga Rose Coglianese; and Aunt Helen and Uncle Dale Felts. Direct Cremation was chosen per Al's wishes with a private family gathering. Memorial donations may be given to the Needy Children Fund, Southeast Fountain Community Foundation, P.O. Box 95, Veedersburg, IN 47987. Sanders Funeral Care entrusted with care. Share memories and condolences online at www.sandersfuneralcare.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from May 21 to June 20, 2015

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Klaty, Carole  
Carole L. (nee Killin) Klaty, 79, of Newberry, died Sunday evening April 19, 2015 at her residence following a courageous battle with cancer. Born June 21, 1935 in Hoopeston, Ill., Carol resided in Indiana for 59 years. For 33 of those years she was a loving and faithful mate who worked diligently with her first husband, Joseph G. Killin, to operate a successful farm and family. She was always a wonderful friend and loving mother to her three children Susan Killin of Merrilville, Dan (Gail) Killin of Pine Village and Linda Hobaugh of Columbus, Ohio. After her first husband's death, she worked as a child caregiver, elder caregiver and later retired from Purdue University where she was a secretary/receptionist in the computer technology department. She was married for four wonderful years to Carl Klaty and resided in Newberry where she was lovingly embraced by her two step sons and their families Kevin (Tammy) Klaty of Oconomowoc, WI and Keith (Annette) Klaty of Newberry. In addition to her first husband, Carole is preceded in death by her parents Lois and Harland Cade and biological father Ferris Childers. She is also survived by one step sister Jean (Bob) Sink and three step brothers Harland (Maryann) Cade, Jim (Gloria) Cade and Gary (Chris) Cade; special niece Patt Babb; six grandchildren, nine step grandchildren, four great grandchildren and two step great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and friends. Friends may call at the American Legion Post #74 in Newberry on Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Funeral services will follow at 11 a.m. with Mathew Jensen and Scott Potter officiating. Interment services will take place Sunday, April 26 at 2:30 p.m. at the Washington Township Cemetery in Carsonville, Mich. Condolences may be expressed at www.beaulieufuneralhome.com. Beaulieu Funeral Home in Newberry is assisting the family. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 23 to May 22, 2015

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Barton, Joseph  
Joseph "Joe" Barton, 78, of Williamsport passed away at 7:35 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital following an extended illness. He was born on Nov. 27, 1936 in Georgetown, Ill. to Charles and Garnet (Dickson) Barton. He married Patricia "Pat" Galyen on Dec. 24, 1965. She survives. He is also survived by a son Joe Barton of Montana; three daughters, Dawn (Frank) Azimi of Danville, Ill., Wendy Jo (Kenny) White of Williamsport, and Kristy Jo (Dean) Burke of Covington; a brother, Ed (Judy) Barton of Westville; sister, Shirley Galyen of Georgetown, Ill. and sister-in-law Patsy Barton of Cayuga; four grandchildren, Jessica Nelson, Sheren Azimi, Leala Azimi, and Zach Azimi; and great-grandchildren, MaKayla, Savanna, Mason, Jacob, Bryon, Ethan, Cayden, and Seanna; and lots of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Jim, a sister Hope, and brother Chubby. Joe served his country in the United States Army from 1962-1965 and had many fond memories being stationed in France. He worked as a millwright at General Motors and retired in 1991 after 37 years. He also owned Barton's Small Engine Repair for over 30 years. Joe took pride in his work and always tried to be fair. He was also a staunch conservative, was a lifetime member of the NRA, and a proud supporter of the Second Amendment. Joe enjoyed fishing, raising and racing pigeons, watching the Chicago Bears and U of I sports. Per his wishes, Joe will be cremated and no services are being held at this time. A Celebration of his life will be held at a later date. Memorials in his name may be made to the National Rifle Association. Sunset's Covington Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 22 to May 21, 2015
Crouse, Thelma  
Thelma "Marie" Denhart Crouse, 88, of Covington, went to be with her Lord at 5:20 a.m. Sunday, April 19, 2015 at St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital in Williamsport. She was born Oct. 29, 1926 in rural Covington, Indiana the daughter of the late Joe and Mable Price Townsend. Marie first married Thomas E. Denhart in Kentland, Indiana. He went to be with the Lord in 1979. She later married John Crouse in August of 2001 in North Carolina. He went to be with the Lord in 2003. Survivors include her son, David Luke (Alice) Denhart of Covington; step daughter, Debra (Tony) Freeman of Durham, N.C.; grandson, Thomas Denhart of Covington; niece, Page (Ted) Lane of Covington and two cousins, Charles (Pat) Price and Martha Bausch both of Crawfordsville. Marie was preceded in death by several aunts and uncles. Marie served two terms as the Fountain County Recorder and over thirty years in working various positions at the Courthouse. She was a member of the Coopers Chapel Bible Church in rural Veedersburg where she taught Sunday School for over fifty years and sang in the choir. She was President of the Fountain County Women's Republican Club and a member of the Wabash Township Birthday Club. Marie was a 1944 graduate of Perrysville High School. She enjoyed traveling, crocheting, gardening, raising flowers and taking care of her family. Funeral services: 11 a.m. Thursday, April 23 at Coopers Chapel Bible Church in rural Veedersburg; Officiating: Pastor Andy Harkelroad; Burial: Mount Hope Cemetery in Covington. Contributions may be made to the Coopers Chapel Bible Church. Condolences: www.deverterfuneralhome.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 22 to May 21, 2015
Mahoney, Deborah  
Deborah Mahoney, 59, of Covington passed away on April 20, 2015 peacefully at her home. She was born on Jan. 19, 1956 in Clinton, the daughter of Kenny and Dorothy (Sherman) Myers. Deborah married John Russell Mahoney on June 17, 2000. He survives. She will be deeply missed by her parents, husband, children; Troy (Cathie) Sams of Cayuga, Kendall (Dina) Sams of Perrysville and Jaclyn (Camron) Mills of Champaign, Ill., step children; Mark Mahoney, Jennifer Christie and Ashley (Dusty) Palmer, sisters; Vickie Payne of Ridgefarm, Ill., Kim (Joe) Cardwell of Cayuga, Karen (Jay) Bumpus of Covington, grandchildren; Devon and Courtney Sams, Brennen Black and Cierra Sams, Jonathon Hanley and Bryson Sams, step grandchildren; Alex and Zach Christie, Matthew Granrath and Tori Mahoney. Deborah worked at Genpact in Danville, Ill. in the Medicare Billing division for 10 years. She and John were members of Maranatha Baptist Church in Covington. She enjoyed riding motorcycles, camping, watching fireworks on the 4th of July and especially spending time with her children and grandchildren. A celebration of Deborah's life will be held on Friday, April 24 at 11 a.m. at Maranatha Baptist Church in Covington, with Pastor Kenneth Jones officiating. Visitation will be held on Thursday, April 23 from 4-8 p.m. at Sunset's Covington Chapel 420 3rd Street, Covington. Deborah will be laid to rest at Eugene Cemetery in Eugene. Memorials can be made in c/o Deborah's family. The family would like to invite anyone with a motorcycle to ride in the funeral procession to the cemetery if they wish. Please join Deborah's family in sharing photos, videos and memories on her tribute wall at www.sunsetfuneralhome.com. Visit our online guestbook at reviewrepublican.com.
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Published in Review Republican from Apr. 22 to May 21, 2015
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