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Ross, 95, of rural Decatur, Indiana passed away on Tuesday ... Ruth is survived by 3 sons, Gary J. (Margie) Ross of Decatur, IN; Wayne E. (Sandy) Ross of Ft. Wayne, IN; Stephen J. (Tish) Ross of New Haven, IN; 1 daughter, Janice R. Wittwer of Monroe ... (The Daily Standard)
Susan Therese Eller Dunn age 87 of Porter, Indiana, passed away on Saturday ... She worked as an art teacher at many Diocese of Gary schools including St. Patrick, St. Paul, Nativity of Our Savior, and at Chesterton Montessori School. (Chesterton Tribune)
Bob served his country for 41 years in the Indiana National Guard and worked for Wholesale/Hall Ro-Cap in Noblesville. He was a member of the VFW, American Legion and the Moose. Bob is survived by his children, Garnette (Gary) McConnell, Deborah (Thomas ... (Current In Noblesville)
Kathy was born June 2, 1931 in Bedford, Indiana to Walter and Cora Mundy ... Kathy was preceded in death by her husband, son Gary (Shirley), granddaughters Lori Ann Finney and Danette Casey, and great grandson Sean Casey. She is survived by her children ... (Yakima Herald)
Wayne, Indiana. He was born Jan. 1, 1958, in Van Wert. His mother, Marilyn S. (Hines) Hartman, is deceased. His father, Gary G. Hartman, survives of Van Wert. His wife, Sandy (Thomas) Hartman, survives of Convoy. They were married Nov. 28, 1981. (Times Bulletin)
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