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He was called into the ministry in the mid-1970s, and pastored at Maple Grove Christian Church, Guthrie Christian Church, Elnora Christian Church and Grace Fellowship Assembly of God. George; two stepchildren, Pam (Dan) Deckard and Rick (Judy) Mitchell; two grandchildren, Jason Kuster and Brian Kuster; three step-grandchildren, Melanie Johnson, Matthew Deckard and Derrick Mitchell; three great-grandchildren, Peyton Kuster, Abigail Kuster and Nathan Kuster; three step-great-grandchildren, Amber (Kyle) Hatfield, Kyla Deckard, Harlee Mitchell and Ava Mitchell; and one great-great-granddaughter, Olivia Kuster. He married Margaret Ann Verbais of Springfield, Illinois, in 1978, and the couple had four children. He went on to become the owner and operator of Murphy’s HVAC, LLC. Arrangements are being handled by Day & Carter Mortuary in Bedford. Saturday, May 26, at Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center. Peggy (Stannard) Vandal, 74, Indianapolis, died Thursday, May, 17. She devoted many years of service to the Assemblies of God Lake Placid Camp Ground in Hartford City. He was a master mechanic and heavy equipment operator for 30 years, retiring in 1990. He was a member of the Valley Mission Church of the Nazarene and Union Local No. Survivors include his wife, Julia of Bedford; two daughters, Connie Lynne (Gene) Pennington of Bloomington and Carole Lea (Mark) Brown of Spencer; a stepson, Kenneth Norman (Lou) Brewster of Bedford; a stepdaughter, Tammy Elaine Norman of Bedford; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Marilyn Brown of Springville. Visiting every state in the US, he especially loved Florida, Alaska, and Colorado. She was a member of Hillcrest Christian Church and the MIE Church in Anagni, Italy. Born March 29, 1937, in Lawrence County, Indiana, he was the son of Ray and Wilma (Sneed) Crane. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; a daughter, Lee Ann Reynolds Le Jeune; sisters, Alice Raines, Jean Nickless, and Maxine Jackson; and a brother, Bob Reynolds. on Friday, May 11 in the Elmwood Chapel of the Day & Carter Mortuary with Pastor Nathan Sundt officiating. When he returned from Germany, he went to work for the Westinghouse Corp. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Curtis Enochs; a sister, Sandra Super; and a brother-in-law, David Norris. Monday, May 7, at the Mitchell Cemetery with Bishop Tracy Bailey officiating. She is also survived by eight sisters, Jeanie Judah, Jackie Short, Laura Thomas, Beverly Chain, Rosie Mc Donald, Sandra Nordhoff, Jo Ellen Sutton and Linda Randolph and two brothers, Michael and Christopher Gilbert.
Bob was also a lifelong fan of Indiana University football and basketball. Friends may visit the family at the Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home; 4150 E. She is also survived by one sister, Cindy Bodenhamer; and several nieces and nephews. An avid animal lover, Alan could never turn away an animal in need, including many dogs (specifically Norwegian elkhounds), cats, rabbits, birds, hamsters, and even mice throughout his 62 years of life. He was most recently the Lead HVAC Installer at Truesdel Heating and Cooling. July 15, 1972 — May 15, 2018 Shely Leigh (Bennett) Sykes, 45, of Bedford, passed away on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at her residence. Survivors include her father, Mick Bennett of Bedford; her mother, Carole Bennett of Bloomington; her husband, Dennis Sykes of Bedford; two daughters, Denisa Tolbert and Emma Tolbert, both of Bedford; two sons, Caleb Colbert and Colton Colbert, both of Bedford; one sister, Jamie Hancock of Fayetteville, and two brothers, Joshua D. Hodgin, 102, Indianapolis, formerly of Orleans, died Friday, May 18. She enjoyed spending time with her family, especially children and grandchildren. Smith and Robin of Lexington, and his daughter, Amber King and Barry of Bedford; Steve Smith of Bloomington and daughters, Stephanie Harbison and Zach of Bloomington, Bailey Smith of Boston and Lexie Smith of Bloomington, and their mother, Beth Smith of Bloomington; and three great-grandchildren. 27, 1928, in Bedford, he was the son of Opal and Thelma (Bush) Spires. He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Candace Spires (in infancy); and a brother, Charles “Gene” Spires. on Friday, May 18, in the Elmwood Chapel of the Day & Carter Mortuary with Pastor Duane Brown and Pastor Paul Whitehead officiating. For the past 12-plus years, Gloria dedicated her life to mentoring and encouraging youth and young adults in as many as 20 countries. A Celebration service will be conducted on Wednesday, May 16, at 11 a.m. Arrangements are by Indiana Green Burials — Bloomington Cremation Society. He was a graduate of Tunnelton High School with the Class of 1955. Leland also owned All Star Cards and Crane’s Greenhouse in Bedford. Burial will follow in Green Hill Cemetery, where military rites will be accorded by members of Gillen Post No. and Asa Brown Bovari (ABB) in Bloomington as a plater and fork lift operator. Bud was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing with his sons, grandsons, brothers, and wife. Arrangements by Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Mitchell. She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Georganna Jenkins and Jane Gilbert; and one brother Steve Gilbert.
Gerald is survived by his wife Marjorie (Fountain) Whitted of 67 years; sons Alan (Billie) Whitted and Doug (Kim) Whitted; daughter Rheadawn (George) Street; grandchildren: Cindi (Jon) Haulk, Michelle (Joel) Norris, Caleb (Jodi) Whitted, Alex (Teresha) Whitted, Audrey (Travis) Walters, Brian Street, Micah (Malcam) Whitted and Austin (Darci) Whitted; and great grandchildren: Hadley Haulk, Daxton Haulk, Colden Norris, Karalyn Norris, Mary Claire Whitted, Ryker Haulk and Lyndi Whitted.
Gerald was born in Heltonville to Oval and Louie (Allen) Whitted on April 19, 1930. He married Marjorie (Fountain) Whitted on January 13, 1951 in Heltonville.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 30, 2018, from 4-8 p.m.
He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Bonnie Jean (Condra) Clendening, of Bloomington; his son, Robert Charles (Robin) Clendening, of Avon, IN; his two daughters, Tamara Jean (Craig) Johnson, of Holly Springs, NC, and Angela Sue (Rick) Finchum, of Pittsboro, IN; one brother, Gary (Linda) Clendening, of Ellettsville; one sister, Jackie Bowen, of Ellettsville; and seven grandchildren, Meg, Hayden, Delayna, Caleb, Cassidy, Anthony and Jake. June was a member of Mount Pleasant Christian Church and was previously employed by the Sears & Roebuck catalog store and later the Bedford National Bank. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Thursday, May 17, at Shady Springs Pentecostal Camp in Norman. He was an engineer, retiring from General Motors in 1990. Born October 14, 1926, in Blackford County, she was the daughter of A. Betty worked at White Weather Farm in Muncie until 1982 as the secretary of the wholesale grocer. (James Steward) Bridges; four grandchildren, Erica Creasy, Adrian Rogers, Ellie Davis and Zeke Steward; one great-grandson, Trenton Creasy; two brothers, Michael (Alice) Bridges and David (Lori) Bridges; several nieces and nephews; and the mother of his children, Robyn Bridges.
He became a stone cutter, serving his apprenticeship at the Fagan Mill with his father-in-law, Charles Condra, and worked several decades in numerous mills around Monroe and Lawrence counties. March 25, 1932 — May 25, 2018 Marian Ann Mitchell, 86, of Bedford, passed away at a.m. Born March 25, 1932, in Bedford, she was the daughter of Forrest E. She first married Jackie Dean George, and he passed away in 1962. She was a charter member of the Hillcrest Christian Church and was a member of New Union Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her parents and in-laws. Wednesday, May 23, at the Ferguson-Lee Chapel of Thorne-George Family Funeral Homes, Bedford. Thursday, (visitation for one hour prior to service) with the Rev. He was born on May 15, 1981, in Bloomington, the son of Robbyn (Parker) Murphy and Gary Murphy. She was a homemaker and former member of the Bedford and Harrodsburg Assembly of God Churches. He loved to travel, bird hunt, fish, play cards with family and friends. Wednesday, May 16, in the Elmwood Chapel of the Day & Carter Mortuary with Pastor Nouhad Melki and Randy Corbin officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Ferguson-Lee Chapel of Thorne-George Family Funeral Homes, Bedford. May 31, 1955 — May 12, 2018 Gloria Dawn (Harnish) Canada, 62, of Bloomington, died Saturday, May 12, 2018, at IU Health Hospice House. Along with Jeffrey and Steve Connor, she was a co-founder and co-director of International Leadership Initiatives, Inc. Born April 8, 1959, in Lawrence County, he was the son of Charles R. Born May 5, 1928, in Lawrence County, he was the son of Chesley and Daisy (Prather) Reynolds. He enjoyed farming in his spare time and after retirement, hosted many croquet gatherings. The family asks that friends consider memorial contributions be made to Gillen Post No. He was a member of the Avoca Baptist Church and the White River Bow Hunters Archery Club. He was a self-employed truck driver and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. July 1, 1936 — April 30, 2017 Patsy Jo Ann (Jenkins) Wiley Benson was officially given her wings and title of Guardian Angel on April 30, 2018. Ronald preceded her in death in 2002, which was a real surprise since she hadn’t yet given him permission.
His stone work is included in structures such as the National Cathedral, the Holocaust Museum, the new Yankee Stadium and a memorial bench inside Memorial Stadium at Indiana University. Survivors include one daughter, Jackie (Michael) Kuster; one son, Dale E. Jeremiah graduated in 1999 from Eastern Greene High School. Graveside services will be noon Tuesday at Lowder Cemetery in Springville. Arrangements by Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Mitchell. She had served as the president for Area Christian Television (ACT) which became Channel 42 Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN). Army and Air Force, achieving the rank of Sergeant. Vacationing with family was very important to him, especially annual trips to Michigan and Florida. Survivors include his wife, Jan of Bedford; two sons: David Corbin and Brandi and Michael Corbin and his wife Jerri, all of Bedford; six grandchildren, Jordan and his wife Allison, Jon, Sydney (his favorite granddaughter), Tucker, Houston, and Wyatt; one brother, Gary Corbin and his wife Sheila of Michigan. Born May 31, 1955, in Muncie, she was the daughter of Byrl and Phyllis (Hoskins) Harnish. and a former member of the Bloomington/Bedford MLS as a licensed Realtor. March 29, 1937 — May 8, 2018 Leland Ray Crane, 81, of Bedford, passed away on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at IU Health Bloomington Hospital. Sunday at Chastain Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Mitchell. Survivors include a daughter, Linda Pittman and husband Paul; a son, Lincoln Reynolds and wife Melanie, all of Bedford; a son-in-law, Jean “Butch” Le Jeune of Bloomington; three grandchildren, Jason Reynolds of Bedford, Christine Le Jeune Mayes and husband Grant of Columbus, Ohio, J. Le Jeune and companion Laura Hunsucker of Bloomington; a brother, Kenny Reynolds of Kentucky; and several nieces and nephews. 33 American Legion, 515 ‘X’ Street, Bedford or the White River Humane Society, P. He worked for Ingalls Stone Company before being drafted into the Army where he was a armored personnel carrier driver and coached and played basketball in Germany. Survivors include three daughters, Angela Humbles and husband Rick of Indianapolis, Cynthia Sweet of Greenwood and Nicole Karr of Bedford; seven grandchildren, Samantha, Ashli, Crystal, Ross, Marissa, Mc Kenzie and Isabella; two great-grandchildren; a sister, Rosann Mahuron and husband Wayne; four brothers, George Enochs Jr., Rick Enochs and wife Marsha, Greg Enochs and Randy Enochs, all of Bedford. She was born July 1, 1936, in Bedford, to Walter Jenkins and Mary Jo Dalton. She married Kermit Wiley in Wabash in 1953 before he left for the Korean War. She is survived by her children, Mary (Tim) Mc Donald of Lincoln City Oregon, Marcia (Kevin) Wiley-Murphy of Sacramento California, and Audie (Joyce) Wiley of Concord, California; five grandchildren, Chas Stumbo, Isabel Beard, Joshua Wiley, Jeremy Wiley and Shane Wiley; nine great-grandkids; and three great-great-grandkids, Caiden, Sophie and Evalynn.
She had been employed at the Greystone Hotel and had been a child care provider before becoming disabled. (Luann) Strunk, both of Bedford; one sister, Regina L.
She was a member of the Heltonville Methodist Church and enjoyed spending time with her grandkids and collecting angel figurines. (Pat) Embree, of Springville; and nieces and nephews, Brandi, Sarah, Ashley, Patrick, Aaron and Nathan.
He enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1951 to serve in the Korean War and was discharged in 1955 with an honorable characterization of service, having been awarded the National Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal.