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Martin, Willie Mae  
Mrs. Willie Mae Martin Feb. 20, 1923 - Feb. 19, 2015 SOUTH BEND - Mrs. Willie Mae (Shirley-Jones) Martin of South Bend, IN went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. in her home, after suffering from a long-term illness. Willie Mae was born to the union of William Shirley Sr. (deceased) and Luella Shaw-Armstrong (deceased) on February 20, 1923 in Brownsville, TN. She attended and graduated from Booker T. Washington H.S. in Memphis, TN. Willie Mae accepted Christ at the early age of twelve and was baptized and became a member of the Mt. Nebo Baptist Church also in Memphis, TN. Willie Mae worked and served within various ministries at Mt. Nebo and in her current church as well. She loved teaching Sunday School, singing in the choir, serving on both the Usher and Mother's Board. In the early 1960's she became a member of New Salem M.B. Church and in-the 1970's, she became a member at her current church home, Mount Carmel M.B. Church where she served until her departure from this world. In 1943, Willie Mae was married to the late Anderson Jones Sr. and to that union was born eight children. Later, she married the late Arcell K. Martin and to that union was born three children. On the outside, Willie Mae worked in the Domestic Service field and retired from the Marriott Hotel where she worked diligently until 1992. Her favorite passions were sewing, sending greeting cards to everybody, shopping and cooking. She was a joy to others and always left a positive impact on everyone she met. Willie Mae is survived by her devoted children: Winfred A. Martin of Indianapolis, IN, Anderson (Linda) Jones, Kansas City, MO, Keith (Everstine) Martin, Oakland, CA, Arcell R. Martin, Trotwood, OH, Gwendolyn Peebles, Arthur (Oletha) Jones, Dennis C. Jones, Denise C. Whiting, Brenda J. Martin-Groves, Terri L. Martin; and son-in-law, Harold Hunt, all of South Bend, IN; a brother, William Shirley Jr. of St. Louis, MO; two sisters-in-law: Lillian (Albert) Tuggle of Detroit, MI and Sheila Mims of Memphis, TN; a brother-in-law, Ermon L. Martin of Norfolk, VA. Willie Mae also has 26 grandchildren; 35 great grandchildren; and 6 great-great grandchildren; a cousin, Verneda Shaw of Lawrenceville, OH; three very special friends: Ms. Edith Martin (a forever daughter-in-law) of Cincinnati, OH, Ms. Wilmouth Nichols of Monroe, LA, and Mother Geraldine Taylor of South Bend, IN. Willie Mae was preceded in death by her parents, Pastor Calvin (Ann) Mims; step-father; both husbands; a brother, Rev. James Mims; and five children: Claretha Huggins, Gwendolyn Martin, Charles W. Jones, DeWayne Jones, and Diana Jones-Hunt; two sons-in-law, Bill A. Peebles, and Elias Herman Whiting. Visitation for Mrs. Willie Mae Martin will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, February 27, 2015 at Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church, 1620 S. St. Joseph Street, South Bend. Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 28, 2015 also at Mount Carmel. Friends may call at 10:00 a.m. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery. Sign her guestbook at www.colemanhicks.com . Arrangements entrusted to Coleman and Hicks Funeral Home.
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 25, 2015
McAvoy, Dolores Joan  
Dolores Joan McAvoy Aug. 2, 1931 - Feb. 17, 2015 DOWAGIAC - Dolores Joan McAvoy, 83, of Dowagiac, passed away quietly in her home surrounded by family on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, after a brief illness. Her family will receive friends Friday, February 27th, from 5-8 p.m. at Clark Chapel & Cremation Services, 405 Center Street, Dowagiac, MI, with a Rosary at 7:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, February 28th, at 11:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 51841 Leach Road, Dowagiac, MI 49047. She will be laid to rest at Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery. Please take the opportunity to sign Dolores' guestbook and share a memory or offer a condolence at www.clarkch.com . Born in Dowagiac, MI, August 2, 1931, Dolores was the daughter of Lynn and Teresa Cooper. On August 2, 1958, Dolores married John "Jack" McAvoy, a longtime Athletic Director, Coach and Director of Development at Hillsdale College, who preceded her in death in 2008. Her only daughter, Lynn Murray of Chicago, IL, also preceded her in death in 2007. Dolores was the ultimate mother who dedicated her entire life to raising her children and enjoying her grandchildren. She is survived by four sons, Daniel McAvoy of New York City, NY, James McAvoy of Navarre Beach, FL, Patrick McAvoy of Hillsdale, MI, and Dr. Michael and Amy McAvoy of Frankenmuth, MI. She is also survived by her son-in-law, James Murray of Chicago, IL; five wonderful grandchildren, Joseph and Michelle McAvoy of Hillsdale, MI, John Murray of Chicago, IL, Nate and Kate McAvoy of Franken-muth, MI; and her brother and sister-in-law, Jack and Phyllis Cooper of Sister Lakes, MI. Dolores was truly a "Mom's Mom," devoting her life to her family and friends. She was also an active member of Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Sister Lakes, and played many supporting roles to her husband mentoring the athletes and students of Hillsdale College for 30 years. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials be made to either: Dolores McAvoy Scholarship Fund, Hillsdale College, 33 E. College St, Hillsdale, MI 49242; or Sacred Heart of Mary Altar Guild, c/o Marcella Wesolowski, 51841 Leach Rd., Dowagiac, MI 49047.
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Published in South Bend Tribune from Feb. 20 to Feb. 21, 2015
McDermott, Martha  
Martha Jane McDermott May 15, 1922 - Feb. 17, 2015 SOUTH BEND - Martha Jane McDermott died peacefully in her family home on Tuesday, February 17, at the age of 92. The last few weeks of Jane's life were filled with a special joy, surrounded by her children and grandchildren. She is now with the love of her life, her husband, Robert (Bob) McDermott, who died in April of 1982. Martha is the daughter of Paul and Edith Bennett of Terre Haute, Indiana. She has one older brother, Paul, also of Terre Haute, all of whom have preceded her in death. Martha Jane is the mother of two girls, Mary Edith "Meme" McDermott of South Bend and Sarah Jane "Sally" (Thomas) Mills of Noblesville, Indiana. Martha Jane has three grandchildren, Jennifer Jane (Randy) Smith of Indianapolis, Susan Lee (Brian) Wallace of Indianapolis and Michael Thomas Mills of Nobles-ville, Indiana. In addition, Martha has two great-grandchildren, Madelyn Jane Wallace and William Brian Wallace of Indianapolis. Martha Jane was born May 15, 1922, to Paul and Edith Bennett in Terre Haute, Indiana. Although it was the Great Depression, Jane's childhood was a happy one living among a richness brought on by relatives and friends and a strong work ethic. Jane's home was on a streetcar line. One day she and her brother were putting pennies on the tracks and Jane was hit by a car as she ran back to the sidewalk. She was seriously injured and spent many months recuperating, infections raging throughout her tiny body. She miraculously recovered. Her father died one day walking his small businesses' deposits to the bank downtown. (This walk downtown was described as more of a social event than a business priority on many days.) Martha was 15. The next day, her mother answered the phone and it was a call for a business order. Thus, life went on. Martha's brother Paul Bennett and her mother, Edith kept the business and life moving along. Jane helped, studied, and was a trained ballet dancer faced with a decision to continue her dancing which would change her young life. History intervened. World War II came along, her brother was in Germany and her mother told her, "You're a young woman, go where the action is"...thus, began a time in Martha's life that her girls loved to hear stories about. She lived in Washington, DC, during the war and worked in the Pentagon on the Manhattan Project. Martha met the love of her life and future husband at a rooftop officer's dance, both of them homesick and excited to run into someone from their home state of Indiana. Bob shipped out to Japan shortly after meeting Jane. After the War, he came to Terre Haute and their life together began. An exciting life it was! The family moved to many states and cities following Jane's husband's career in the new and exciting world of television. After years of living out of Indiana, Jane and Bob decided to return home. It was good to be close to family. Back home again in Indiana meant a lot to them with many brothers, sisters, parents, cousins, nieces and nephews living within a day's driving distance. Life was good. Always a summer family trip somewhere. When the Volkswagon Beetle came out, Jane's husband bought one and the family took an unforgettable car trip to Mexico from South Bend. Car air conditioning was not a thought. With all four windows rolled down and the girls in back off they went. The "new" car broke down on a road in Mexico. Then, the trip became interesting. As always, every summer it was somewhere new and somewhere life changing. Jane kept things calm and organized on every trip while her adventurous Irish husband led the journeys. After her Bob died, Jane spent much time enjoying her home and the land surrounding it. Her country neighbors were wonderful and Jane was always grateful to Ken Carson and his family for making sure she was plowed out after every snow, making her daily life and activities possible. Bob Foster made her final year joyful among other things by keeping the many birdfeeders outside the kitchen window full. Birds and wild turkeys greeted her view every morning at breakfast. Jane spent many days cooking meals for funeral celebration dinners at Grace United Methodist Church. She loved her Sunday mornings spent with the Explorer Class at Grace. Many a Sunday she came home after what she laughingly called "Sunday School" and talked about the wonderful discussions of the day in her class. That group of people meant a lot to Jane in her later years. Breaking her leg two and a half years ago slowed down her participation in the Explorers Class. In later years Jane also loved attending her aerobics classes at Battel Center in Mishawaka. She formed warm friendships with the women in her class and enjoyed their coffee mornings after class. She also looked forward to having "the girls" come out to her home in the summer. After her family was grown and gone, Jane taught elementary school and spent most of her years teaching 1st grade at Harrison School for the SBCSC. Jane loved her time at Harrison and enjoyed the staff she worked with and her principal, Mr. Lee Porter. An end of year school party was often held at Jane's house. And it can be said "a good time was had by all." Jane retired from teaching when she was 72 years old. After she retired she began to travel. She loved an adventure and intelligent conversation. Always a reader Jane instilled the love of reading and travel in her daughters. On her first trip after retirement she took a journey on the Amazon, taking her daughter with her. This amazing journey ignited a desire to see more of the world, or rather experience more of the world. Her trips were an adventure of places and people. Jane was proud to work at naturalization ceremonies in South Bend assisting people from foreign countries as they were awarded their hard-earned United Stated citizenship papers. This heartwarming volunteer work through her Daughters of the American Revolution group brought her great happiness and joy. Jane's Irish and English heritage showed in her stubbornness and backbone. She was an honest woman, and a generous woman. Her girls always knew Mom would tell it straight. She was loved by her husband and adored by her daughters. She was a lady. She will be missed. A celebration of Martha Jane's life will be held at a later date. An announcement of place and time will be published. Wel-sheimer Family Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at www.welsheimer.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 22, 2015
McGrew, Gary D.  
Gary D. McGrew Nov. 13, 1953 - Feb. 25, 2015 CASSOPOLIS - Gary Dale McGrew, age 61, of Cassopolis, died Wednesday, February 25, 2015, in his residence surrounded by his family. He was born November 13, 1953, in South Bend, Indiana, to Wilson "Joe" and Jeane (Harvey) McGrew. He married Dianna Kay Stapleton July 28, 1977, in Cassopolis, Michigan. She and his mother survive. He was preceded in death by his father and one son, David McGrew. Gary started out working as an Over the Road truck driver and later worked for the Cass County Road Commission, retiring in 1991. Gary pursued working for the Village of Cassopolis Police Department in 1985 as a Reserve Police Officer and later became the Police Department's Law Enforcement Training, Firearms and Ordinance Instructor. He also served as Zoning Administrator Code Enforcement Officer for Porter Township of Van Buren County. Gary obtained certifications through the Michigan State Police as a Police Firearms Instructor, Ohio Law Enforcement Advanced Training for Firearms Instructors, Oakland Community College Police Academy Pistol Instructor School, and National Rifle Association Police Firearms Instructor, Pistol Personal Protection Instructor, and Personal Protection in the Home Certified Pistol Instructor. Gary was a wonderful, loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle and friend who will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Dianna (Stapleton) McGrew of Cassopolis; one daughter, Dana Jenkins of Casso-polis, three sons, Rich (Susan) McGrew of Cas-sopolis, Jeffrey (Cassie) McGrew of South Bend, and Dan (Aleigha Stagg) McGrew of South Bend; fifteen grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren (with three more on the way); his mother, Jeane Martz of Cassopolis; one brother, Keith (Becky) McGrew of Cassopolis; a host of nieces and nephews; and one granddog, Maestro. Family and friends will gather Friday, February 27, 2015, from 4:00 until 8:00 p.m. in Connelly Chapel Wagner Family Funerals, 202 North Broadway Street, Casso-polis. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 28, 2015, in First Baptist Church of Newberg (Poe), 13021 Born Street, Jones, with Pastor Mike Owen officiating. Mr. McGrew will be laid to rest at Mission Hills Memorial Gardens, Sum-nerville. The family prefers memorial contributions be made in Gary's name to the Cassopolis Police Department in care of the Village of Cassopolis, 117 South Broadway Street, Cassopolis, Michigan 49031, or to the First Baptist Church of Newberg, 13021 Born Street, Jones, Michigan 49061. Arrangements have been entrusted to Connelly Chapel Wagner Family Funerals, Casso-polis. Please share a memory or a message online: wagnercares.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 27, 2015
Medlock, Barbara P.  
Barbara P. Medlock Dec. 20, 1924 - Feb. 19, 2015 GRANGER - Barbara Puls Medlock (Mrs. Gordon E. Medlock), 90, passed away February 19, 2015. Barbara was born December 20, 1924 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to the late Lillian Aileen (Morse) and Charles Frank Puls, Jr. On September 15, 1944 she married Gordon E. Medlock who survives. She is survived by two sons, Gordon E. (Stephanie) Medlock, Jr. of LaPorte, IN and Charles P. "Chuck" (Lynne) Medlock of Goshen, IN, and a daughter, Trudi Foreman (Jeff Aldred) of Boulder, CO. She is also survived by ten grandchildren: Alanna Medlock, Gabe Foreman (Rhea), Alexis Foreman, Matthew (Cara) Daggett, Jamie (Neeley) Daggett, Lauren Daggett (Arni) Kroknes, Megan Medlock (Ryan) LaPelle, Morgan Medlock (Grant) Gibson, Christopher Medlock and Michael Medlock; and by seven great-grandchildren: Lily Rae Foreman, Naiya Grace Foreman, Henry Gordon Daggett, Gabriel Matthew Daggett, Nonie Daggett, Kai Daggett and Gabriella Gibson. She was preceded in death by her brother, C. Morse Puls; a grandson, Chaz Medlock; and by a daughter, Christine Medlock Daggett. Barbara graduated from Milwaukee Downer Seminary in 1943. She was a member of the Field Hockey team and competed with teams in Wisconsin and Northern Illinois including the University of Chicago, and sang in the Downer Choir. She, like her mother, was an accomplished pianist at one time appearing on a program with Liberace while in high school. While still in high school she participated in many recitals and entered competitions playing duets with her good friend, Audrey Naulin. They often won first or second prize. Barbara joined the freshman class of Northwestern University in the fall of 1943 where she pledged to the Delta Gamma sorority. She met her husband-to-be, Gordon Medlock, at a bridge game at the Delta Gama house and their romance began. Barbara was escorted to the 1943 Navy Ball by Gordon where she was honored to be the Navy Ball Beauty Queen. Their romance blossomed and when Gordon received his commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy in 1944 they were married September 15, 1944 at Barbara's brother's home in Menominee Falls, Wisconsin. The U.S. Navy arranged a prolonged honeymoon by assigning Gordon to duty in Yorktown, Virginia where Barbara lived at the Williamsburg Inn at historic Williamsburg, Virginia for three months and then stationed the ship on which Gordon was assigned to training duty at Miami, Florida. This made it possible to continue her honeymoon on Miami Beach, Florida for another year. Barbara worked briefly as a secretary in Milwaukee when Gordon was overseas in the Navy in early 1945. She became a full time mother with three children born in 1946, 1948 and 1950 with a little respite until another child came along in 1958. During those years she did a lot of volunteer work in addition to raising a family. When WWII ended she moved to Evanston, IL while Gordon finished at Northwestern University and then moved, 1st to Whitefish Bay, WI, then to Arlington Heights, IL, then to Twyckenham Hills in South Bend, IN for 20 years, Lake Wawasee at Syracuse, IN for 30 years and to Granger, IN in 2004. Her volunteer work included hundreds of hours at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, IN and at Goshen General Hospital in Goshen, IN. She also spent quite a bit of time as a driver for the Red Cross in South Bend. She normally drove people designated by the Red Cross to doctors' appointments and wherever the Red Cross directed. However, she had several very interesting weeks of driving volunteer workers to clean up the damage of the tornado that came through southeast of South Bend on Palm Sunday in 1965. In addition, Barbara was active in the Service Guild and the Junior League organizations in South Bend. As a Junior League member she did a puppet show for grade schools in South Bend teaching the youngsters about the early history of the area "the South Bend of the St. Joseph River." She was a member of the Plymouth Presbyterian Church in Milwaukee and then founding member of the North Shore Congregational Church in Fox Point, Wisconsin. Later she was a member of the Presbyterian Churches in Arlington Heights, Illinois and South Bend, Indiana as the family moved. She did more volunteer work at the 1st Presbyterian Church in its "Head Start Program" in the 1960's until the Federal Government took over. Her hobbies included reading and duplicate bridge where she became a Silver Life Master at the South Bend Duplicate Bridge Club, and her sports were golf where she won Club Championships at Morris Park Country Club and Inverness Country Club, - also tennis, cross-country and downhill skiing, snorkeling, horseback riding, scuba diving and sailing. She sailed Snipes at Green Lake Wisconsin, Lightnings at Lake Wawasee and a 54 Ketch throughout the Caribbean. She also sailed ice boats on Lake Wawasee. Barbara enjoyed many social activities and was very good at ballroom dancing, tap dancing, ballet and the Dosado in Square Dancing. Barbara was a family and people person. She loved being with her family and really enjoyed seeing and socializing with her many friends. She was a happy and loving person and leaves a big void in this wonderful world which she enjoyed so much. According to her wishes, Barbara will be cremated and buried in the Puls family plot at the Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a family service at graveside. Welsheimer Family Funeral Home and Crematory assisted the family with arrangements. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at www.welsheimer.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 22, 2015
Monroe, Gary K.  
Gary K. Monroe May 25, 1945 - Feb. 12, 2015 SOUTH BEND - Gary passed away peacefully on Feb. 12th after a lengthy illness. He was born in Anderson, Indiana and was a proud graduate of South Bend Central High School. It was there that he met the love of his life and wife of over 48 years, Leah Thornburg Monroe. He served his country in the U.S. Army. Gary was a member of the Teamsters Union for 43 years as a driver, business agent and secretary / treasurer of Teamsters Local 364. He always strived to assist and support his union brothers and sisters and treasured the friends that he made along the way. Gary enjoyed golfing, coaching little league, billiards and playing cards with family and friends. His greatest joy was traveling with his wife and spending time with his family. He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Maxine Monroe and his brother, Terry Monroe. He is survived by his wife, Leah; his two sons, Robert (Debbie) and Richard (Leslie); daughter, Julie (Adam) Wable; eight grandchildren, Nicholas Snyder, Mallory Johnson, Cassandra Monroe, Hannah Monroe, Sarah Monroe, Addison Wable, Matthew Monroe, and Michael Monroe; brothers, Steve (Diane) Monroe and Jeff (Cindy) Monroe; and a sister, Cathy (Dave) Rieder. He also left behind numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. Burial of Ashes will be held March 7th, 2015 at 11:30 AM EST at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, 23365 Edison Rd., South Bend, IN 46628. Visitation and a Celebration of Life will follow at 1:00 PM. at Pinhook Park Pavilion, 2801 Riverside Drive, South Bend, IN 46628. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to Treasure Coast Hospice at 1201 SE Indian Street, Stuart, FL 34997 for Fort Pierce Hospice.
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 22, 2015
Morros, Ronald  
Ronald Morros June 25, 1937 - Feb. 22, 2015 SOUTH BEND - Ronald D. Morros, 77, passed away at 3:10 AM Sunday, February 22, 2015, at Byron Health Care, Fort Wayne, IN. Ron previously worked at Potawatomi Zoo where he took care of birds. Ron was born on June 25, 1937, in Pontiac, MI, to the late Donald Morros and Edna (Keller) Morros McCowan. Ron is survived by his two sisters, Gaye (Bill) Kruggel of South Bend and Susan (Timothy) Strowmatt of Mishawaka; and his brother, Rev Dennis (Elly) Morros of Mt. Ayre, IN. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Edna, along with his stepfather, Craig McCowan. Ron was a member of Immanuel United Methodist Church, South Bend. Graveside services will be held on Monday, March 2, 2015, at St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger, IN, where Rev. Dennis Morros will officiate. Palmer Funeral Home-River Park, is assisting the family with arrangements. Contributions in memory of Ronald Morros may be given to Immanuel United Methodist Church, 1211 W. Ewing, South Bend, IN 46613. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.palmerfuneralhomes.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 26, 2015
Muhammad, Amina  
Amina Muhammad Sept. 14, 1940 - Feb. 20, 2015 SOUTH BEND - Amina Muhammad, 74, residing in South Bend, passed away at 5:20 am Friday, February 20, 2015 in Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her loving family and friends. She was born September 14, 1940 in Starkville, Mississippi to the late Calvin and Rose (Huggins) Hogan. Amina married Leslie Allen, Jr., who preceded her in death. She was also preceded by a son, Russell Van Allen; and all of her siblings, Mary Hogan, Rosetta Washington, Lucille Bonner, Karen Sinclair, Toni Boothe, John Hogan, Clem Hogan, Marvin Boothe and Walter Boothe. Amina left to cherish her memory, her daughters, Martha Allen-Shabazz of Raleigh, NC and Khaulah Muhammad of South Bend; her sons, Marlon Hogan of North Dakota, Leslie D. (Cathy) Allen, Sr. of South Bend and Bryan P. Allen of South Bend; twenty nine grandchildren; sixty three great grandchildren; and one great great grandson, Donivahn Brown. Amina served as a home caretaker. She was an avid reader and loved and adored her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services for Amina will be held at 2:00 pm Monday, February 23, 2015 in the Islamic Society of Michiana, 3310 Hepler Street, South Bend, IN 46635. Graveside services and burial will follow in Highland Cemetery. Palmer Funeral Home - Hickey Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be donated to Palmer Funeral Home to defray the family's traveling expenses. Online condolences may be left for the Muhammad and Allen family at www.palmerfuneralhomes.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 21, 2015
Musselman, Elizabeth F. (Kite)  
Elizabeth F. (Kite) Musselman February 18, 2015 LOGANSPORT - Elizabeth F. (Kite) Musselman, 96 years old, of Logans-port, IN, passed away at 8:50 p.m. Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Surviving are one son, James Musselman (wife Rita); five grandchildren, James Scott Musselman, Kevin Dean Musselman (wife Nancy), Brian Michael Musselman (wife Sharon), Darin Mussel-man (wife Teresa) and Susan Colleen Brock (Manny Manolo); thirteen great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild; niece, Patricia Johnson (husband Carl Edward); one great-niece, one great nephew; two great-great-nieces, two great-great-nephews; and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 21, 2015, in Fisher Funeral Chapel, 1801 Chase Road, Logansport. Entombment will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until the time of the service in the funeral chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. Share condolences at www.fisherfuneralchapel.com .
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Published in South Bend Tribune on Feb. 21, 2015
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