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Surviving are two children, Jon (Renee) Rice, Normal, and Heather Hinthorn, Bloomington; five grandchildren, Hunter Fuller, Alexia Rice, Logan Rice, Rachel Hinthorn and David Hinthorn; one brother, Jim Rice, Louisville, Ky.; and two sisters, Dorothy ... (Pantagraph)
Visitation at 12:30 PM with Memorial Services at 1 PM Monday at Shively Worship Center 1810 Appleton Lane. Burial in Kentucky Veterans Central Cemetery on February 24, 2017 at 10 AM. G.C. Williams in charge of arrangements. (legacy.com)
Kentucky, Sandra Novabilski (Frankie) of Louisville, Kentucky, Lois Bertram of Louisville, Kentucky, Anna Lee Fox (Marion) of Bybee, Kentucky, Paula Rae Portwood (Gannett) of Waco, Kentucky, Patricia Joyce Henson (Hank) of Richmond, Kentucky, Irene Allen ... (blythevillecourier.com)
Born August 23, 1975 in Louisville, KY, Sarah went to be with her Lord and Savior on February 14, 2017 as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. Sarah will join her son, Daniel Armstrong, at the gates of heaven. Her sweet and precious ... (Longview News-Journal)
He leaves behind close friends - Tom (Donna) Becherer of Louisville, KY; Peter (Susan) DeWitt of Chesterton; Alice (Marko) Stepanovich of Chesterton; and Maggie (Dean) Hultman of Porter. Friends may meet with the family on Saturday, February 18 ... (Chesterton Tribune)
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