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She moved to Miami County, Indiana, in 1924 and to Kokomo in 1991 ... Whitney (David) Crum, Spencer Marshall, Michael Marshall, Robert Mensing, Michael Mensing, Charles Mensing and Lacy (Michael) Moore; great-great-grandchildren, Brenna and Elise Kimmet ... (Kokomo Tribune)
Lewis helped build 3 homes in Rushville with Habitat for Humanity and had helped with tornado relief in Southern Indiana thru his Mission work ... Lewis was preceded in death by brothers, Eugene, Marshall and Robert; and sisters, Marjorie, Juanita ... (The News Examiner)
Her parents are deceased. Survivors include a son, Tom “Corky” (Joanna M.) Bush of Monroeville, Indiana; grandchildren, Mark (Melissa Boyd) Dempsey, Marshall (Trena) Dempsey and Mitchel (Mary) Dempsey, Tim (Jamie) Bush, Ann (Ray) Higgins, five great ... (Times Bulletin)
Lora Gail was born Aug. 19, 1925, in Wabash Township, Fountain County, Indiana, to R. Carl and Agnes McCann Craycraft ... and brother- and sister-in-law Gene and Maxine Jones, Marshall. She was preceded in death by sister Yvonne Townsend; brother, Dwight ... (Journal Review Online)
After his discharge, he worked as the U.S. Steel Mill and Urschel's Laboratory in Gary, Indiana. Mr. Eldridge returned to Murphysboro ... Mildred Hall, Wilma Marshall, Georgia Beeler and Sarah Spears; five brothers, Floyd Eldridge, Loyd Eldridge, Ransom ... (The Southern)
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