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Windfall, Indiana Funeral Homes
113 McClellan St
Windfall, Indiana 46076
(765) 945-7116
Windfall, Indiana Obituaries and News
Earl E. Harden February 14, 2017

Earl was a member of the Windfall Pentecostal Church, United Steelworkers Local 2958 and the Retired Indiana Public Employees Association. He enjoyed grilling out, traveling, country music and watching television. Earl loved spending time with his friends ... (Kokomo Tribune)

Obituaries from Two Days Ago January 31, 2017

He and his family lived in Toledo, Ohio; Waco, Texas; Alton, Illinois; Marion, Indiana; and Streator, Illinois. He also held positions in Clarion, Pennsylvania; Milan, Italy and New Delhi, India. John was an avid golfer, known for not one, but two holes-in ... (Cleveland Plain Dealer)

William Theodore "Bill" Clouser January 30, 2017

William T. Clouser, one of the well known and prominent farmers of Wildcat Township, residing three miles east of Windfall died at the Howard County hospital at Kokomo Thursday morning at 6 o'clock. Death was due to injuries received when he was thrown ... (

Kyle C. Smith December 29, 2016

He earned his master’s degree from Ball State University. He taught at Windfall High School, in Indiana, for three years, and at Swayzee High School for eight years. He was a farm manager in Bedford for five years and, since 1976, had worked at Beck’s ... (The Huntington County TAB)

Mary Catherine (Rodgers) Roe December 15, 2016

Indiana, Rebecca Arpaia, Bradenton, Florida, Robert Walls, Windfall, Indiana; 15 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and 43 great-great-grandchildren. Catherine was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Maude Rodgers; son, Howard Walls ... (Kokomo Tribune)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Nashville, Indiana
I have been looking for the arrangements for Bob Shipley and can not find them. Have they not been posted as of yet

Valparaiso, Indiana
Callous and unprofessional. They made a difficult time that much harder by their lack of helpfulness, lack of compassion and lack of respect shown to our family and our deceased loved one. I can give many examples but the three most hurtful were never offering their condolences to our family, never calling to let us know the cremation was complete, and, the most serious of the three, shipping our loved one's ashes to us in a used shoe box. They should not be in business.

Corydon, Indiana
May I read again my condolence sent to Paul David Reynolds?

Alexandria, Indiana
Owens Funeral Home owner Mike Owens is a very clever man who gains a persons CONFIDENCE, then secretly changes the deal giving himself great advantage. If you must deal with him hire a good probate attorney, if not go to a different funeral home. Be careful he owns three in Alexandria and one in Summitville plus the Alexandria grave yard. I found him to be extremely dishonest and manipulative. I lost several thousand dollars.

Sharpsville, Indiana
On 12/5/12, I attended Ocie Sear's funeral. I'm not sure if you are aware of this, but as I sat there during the service, I vowed I would let you know. During the service, I became very, very upset with the noise coming from the office area. Do you realize that during Ocie's funeral, your phone rang THREE times. People came in and out multiple times. People were talking loud enough that I could hear their conversations in the service. I find it EXTREMELY disrespectful to the people who are grieving their loved ones. If that's going to be happening, at least shut the double doors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!