MABEL C. JONES GROSS MORGAN, 99
VIRGINIA BANBURY, 92
MARY LOUISE BUSH, 84
LARRY W. ROBBINS, 64
NINA RAE KEOWN, 36
MYRTLE BLAYLOCK, 80
PAULINE HELTON, 83
ROGER LEE BUNDY, 89
WANDA V. THOMPSON, 85
DAISY COURTNEY NICE, 72
JOANN BATCHELOR, 68
MARY L. TAYLOR, 97
EDITH DEMING, 83
TERRY SUMNER, 45
WILLARD MICKEY MULLINS, 67
JESSE L. FAULKENBURG, 58
IRA JOEL PEYTON, 22
CHRIS BOWLING, 39
MABEL C. JONES GROSS MORGAN,, 99, Madison, died Sunday, August 29, at the Water’s of Clifty Falls of Madison.
She was employed at the Madison State Hospital as an attendant and was a member of the Union Grove Christian Church in Kentucky and had attended the North Madison Christian Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Donna A. Bennett of Madison; Norita Dattilo of Madison; step-daughter Betty Weaver of Victoria, Tx., step-son, George D. Morgan; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter, and several step-grandchildren and several step-great-grandchildren and step-great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral service was Friday, September 3, at Morgan and Nay Funeral Centre in Madison with Bro. Wayne Mahoney officiating. Burial was in the Carrollton I.O.O. F. Cemetery in Carrollton, Ky.
Memorial contributions may be made in care of the funeral home to the Salvation Army or the Jefferson County Animal Shelter.
VIRGINIA BANBURY, 92, Scottsburg, died Monday, August 30, at Hampton Oaks Health Campus Assisted Living.
The Des Moines, Iowa native was a homemaker and served as a nurse at a U.S. Military Hospital in Pasadena, Ca., during WWII. She was a member of the Scottsburg United Methodist Church, the Widow’s Tea Club, Scott County Humane Society, a veteran of the Women’s Army Corps (WACS) in WWII, a graduate of Goodland High School in Goodland, Ks., and the Halstead Hospital School of Nursing in Kansas.
Survivors include a daughter, Melanie Foster of Scottsburg; a granddaughter of Scottsburg; two great-grandsons.
Funeral service were Thursday, Sept. 2, at the Scottsburg United Methodist Church.
Collins Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be given to her church in care of the funeral home.
MARY LOUISE BUSH, 84, Crothersville, died Saturday, August 28, at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.
The Crothersville native worked at the former U.S. Shoe Corporation in Crothersville as a fancy stitcher and was a homemaker. She was a member of Bethany Baptist Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Patricia Sue Baker of Crothersville, a grandson, two great-grandchildren; one brother, Robert Broshears of Crothersville; a sister, Eva Sawyer; a brother, Harold Broshears; a sister, Elizabeth Ann Broshears.
Pastor Larry Joe DeWitt conducted funeral services on Monday, August 30, at Adams Funeral Home in Crothersville with burial in the Crothersville Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be given to the Crothersville Cemetery or Bethany Baptist Church in car of Adams Funeral Home.
LARRY W. ROBBINS, 64, Underwood, died Tuesday, August 31, at University of Louisville Hospital.
The Seymour native was a retired engine test at Cummins Engine Company at the Columbus and Seymour Plants and a member of the New Chapel United Methodist Church in Underwood.
Survivors include his wife, Betty J. Robbins; a daughter, Cheryl L. Robbins of Scottsburg; three sons, Denney W. Robbins, Jeffrey L. Robbins, and Jamie J. Robbins, all of Underwood; four sisters, Patty Kimmick and Nancy Murphy, both of Underwood; Judy Hoskins of Scottsburg and Norma West of The Villages, Fl., three brothers, Ted Denney of Scottsburg; Don Robbins of Seymour, and Paul Robbins of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., 13 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Funeral service was Friday, September 3, at Fisherman’s Paradise Christian Church. Collins Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Clark Chapel Cemetery in care of the funeral home.
NINA RAE KEOWN, 26, Lexington, died Sunday, August 8.
The Marrero, La., native was a former employee of Scott’s Ace Hardware in Scottsburg and a member of the Lexington Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include her son, Jalen A. Spicer of Scottsburg; a daughter, Bailey Rae Petty of Lexington; mother and stepfather, Debbie and Johnnie Conover of Lexington; brother, Sgt. Mitchell E. Keown of Scottsburg; a step-brother, Keith Conover of Tampa, Fl.; a step-sister, Lorri Macilvaine of San Diego, Ca., two grandmothers, Frances E. Keown of Marysville and Ailean McNeeley of Lexington.
Arrangements are pending at Collisn Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be given to the family in care of the funeral home.
MYRTLE BLAYLOCK, 80, Scottsburg, died Tuesday, August 31, at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville.
The Dizney, Ky., native was a former employee of the old Talon Company in Seymour and a was of the Pentecostal faith.
Survivors include four sisters, Ada Napier, Macy Soloe and LaQuada Spivey, all of Lexington; and Imogene Maddows of Scottsburg; one brother, Arthur Thomas of Lexington; four grandchildren, four great grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren.
Graveside funeral service was Thursday, September 2, at Lexington Cemetery. Collins Funeral Home of Scottsburg was in charge of the arrangements.
PAULINE HELTON, 83, Scottsburg, died Thursday, September 2, at Hampton Oaks Health Campus in Scottsburg.
She was a retired cook for Scott County School District 2 in Scottsburg, and a member of Zoah Christian Church.
Survivors include four sons, James E. Helton of Redmond, Washington, Robert E. Helton, both of Scottsburg; a sister, Evelyn Darin of Austin; a brother, Al Cathcart of Fayetteville, Az., 10 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held on Friday, September 3, at Zoah Cemetery.
ROGER LEE BUNDY, 89, died August 15 at his home in Winter Haven, Fla.
Born in Salem, he was owner of Bundy's Home Grocery and later Bundy's IGA. He was a member of the Salem First Baptist Church, Lion's Club in Salem and Winter Haven, Fla., and VFW Post #6636. He was an Air Force veteran of WWII. He had served on the Salem School Board and was a member of Indiana's first All-Star Basketball Team in 1939.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Reba and Trestle Bundy; three brothers, Merle Bundy, Vance Bundy and Ernie Bundy; and two wives, Wanda Ball Bundy and Sharon Bell Bundy.
Surviving are his wife, Lorraine Foors Bundy of Winter Haven, Fla.; two sons, John Bundy of Daytona Beach, Fla. and Joe Bundy of Pekin; two daughters, Julie Miramonti of Alanta, Ga. and Janet Helton of Salem; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Cremation was chosen. A private graveside service will be held at Crown Hill Cemetery.
A celebration of live open house will be held Saturday, October. 23, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Salem Senior Citizens Center. All family and friends are invited to attend.
Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 283, Salem, Ind. 47167.
WANDA V. THOMPSON, 85, Salem, died Tuesday, August 31at Meadow View Health Care Center.
She was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with the old Washington County Memorial Hospital and a former employee of the Meadow View Health Care Center in Salem. She was a member of the First Christian Church of Salem and had been a life resident of Washington County. She was a life member of the Salem Chapter Order Of Eastern Star #286, a member of the Salem V.F.W. Post #6636 Ladies Auxiliary and the Salem Women of the Moose Lodge #2023.
Born Jan. 27, 1925 in Salem, she was the daughter of the late Ben R. and Pearl Chastain Gresham.
She was preceded in death by her husband Loren G. (Bill) Thompson, one grandson, Aaron Stevens, and one brother, Gene Shull.
Survivors include four daughters, Vickie (Lynn) Murray of Salem, Barbara Anderson of Jeffersonville, Susan (Lee) Stevens and Gina Thompson, all of Salem; two sons, Gerald (Debra) Thompson and J. B. (Sherri) Thompson, all of Salem; 18 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Services were conducted on Saturday, September 5 at Dawalt Funeral Home with burial in Crown Hill cemetery.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the Salem Senior Center, C/O Dawalt Funeral Home, 204 E. Market St., Salem, Ind. 47167.
DAISY COURTNEY NICE, 72, Salem died Wednesday, September 1, at Floyd Memorial Hosptial.
She was a retired employee of Bata Shoe and attended Kansas Church of Christ.
She was born February 18, 1938 in Brownsville, Ky., the daughter of Osie and Edna Meredeth Brooks.
She was preceded in death by four sons, Howard Courtney, Douglas Courtney, Thomas Lee Courtney and Al Brooks; five brothers, Alvie Brooks, Albert Brooks, Doug Brooks, Dottie Brooks, and Eugene Brooks; a sister, Mary Newman; and her parents.
She is survived by her husband, Junior Nice of Salem; four daughters, Joy (Kent) Hattabaugh, Julia (Nate) Thomas and Joni (Richard) Muchler, all of Salem, and Marlene (Scott) McDonald of Clarksville; two brothers, Reuben Brooks of Brownsville, Ky. and Junior Brooks of Lindseyville, Ky.; two sisters, May Gillman of Ohio and Faye Minton of Salem; 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
Services were conducted on Saturday, September 5 at Weathers Funeral Home with burial to follow in Kansas Cemetery.
JOANN BATCHELOR, 68, Campbellsburg died Wednesday, September 1, at her residence.
She was a retired employee of P&P Supply in Salem, a member of the First Baptist Church of Campbellsburg and a life resident of Washington County.
Born March 3, 1942 in Campbellsburg,she was the daughter of the late Carl H. and Hattie Guthrie Padgett.
She was preceded in death by one sister, Martha Snelling. Survivors include a daughter, Kimberly (Trent) Wingler of Campbellsburg; a son, William (Patricia) Batchelor of Salem; a brother, Carl L. Padgett of Salem; and three grandchildren.
Services were conducted on Saturday, September 4 at Dawalt Funeral Home with burial to follow in Saltillo Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be sent to American Cancer Society, 4567 Progress Drive, Columbus, Ind. 47202.
MARY L. TAYLOR, 97, died Thursday, August 26 in Sarasota, Florida.
She was a registered pediatric nurse at Kosair Shiners Hospital. She also worked in Head Start Programs and was a homemaker. She was a member of Trinity United Presbyterian Church in New Washington.
She was born on August 24, 1913 to Roy and Amelia Bower Selmier in Clark County.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Frederick Lester Taylor and her brother Roy William Selmier.
Survivors include her daughter, Janet Findley, one son, Fred Taylor, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Services were Saturday, Sept. 4 at Grayson Funeral Home. Burial followed in Crown Hill Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy can go to Trinity United Presbyterian Church, PO Box 116, New Washington, Indiana 47162.
EDITH DEMING, 83, passed away on Wednesday, September 1, 2010 at University of Louisville Hospital in Louisville, Ky. She was born in Harrison County, on April 9, 1927 the daughter of Charles M. and Aleene Yeager Hausz.
She was a cafeteria worker for Floyd Central High School, a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lanesville, an active volunteer for the Greenville Love Center and she attended the Guerin Woods Senior Center in Georgetown.
She is survived by her husband, John R. Deming of Georgetown; two sons, John C. Deming (Terry) of Georgetown and David Alan Deming (Kathy) of Greenville; one daughter Kathy Lynn Weber (Steve) of Fort Lauderdale; two Brothers, Clarence E. Hausz of Lanesville and Charles Hausz of Wadsworth, Ohio; one sister, Esther C. Blank of Corydon; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lanesville on Saturday, Sept. 4.
Pastor Christopher Truelsen officiated. Burial followed in the church cemetery.
The family suggests memorial gifts be made to the Greenville Love Center.
TERRY W. SUMNER, 45, Greenville, died Thursday, August 19, at his home.
He was born in Salem. He was a lead guitarist in Kentuckiana.
He is survived by his parents Betty (Mann) and Charles Sumner, his common-law wife Becke Adam, their daughter MiKayla Tera-Ane Sumner, all of Greenville; his step-son Kedrick Adam Hammack; many aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his brother K. Douglas Sumner.
Services were Monday, Aug. 23 at Love Funeral Home. Burial followed in Palmyra Cemetery.
WILLARD "MICKEY" MULLINS, 67, formerly of New Washington died Wednesday, Sept. 1 at Sellersburg Health and Rehab.
He was born Oct. 15, 1942 in Scottsburg to Willard and Frances Barnes Mullins. He was a farmer and a member of the Eastside Christian Church in Jeffersonville.
Survivors include, his wife the former Diane Miley; a son, Michael L. Mullins of Jeffersonvolle and a granddaughter Brianna Mullins.
Services were Saturday, Sept. 4 at Grayson Funeral Home in Charlestown. Burial followed in Crown Hill Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the American Cancer Society.
JESSE L. FAULKENBURG,58, of Floyds Knobs, died Friday, August 27.
He was retired business manager of Laborers’ International Union, Local 795. He was a Vietnam Marine Corp Veteran, a member of VFW Floyd County Post 3281, the Redman Club of New Albany and the Pine Ridge Bow Hunters.
He was born on September 5, 1951 in New Albany, to the late Jessie and Martha (Mahoney) Faulkenburg. He was also preceded in death by his brothers, Marshall and Wayne Faulkenburg.
He is survived by his children, Julie Kingrey and her husband, Lance of New Salisbury, Robbie Faulkenburg of Floyds Knobs and Sarah Meredith of Louisville; grandchildren, Kelsey, Katlyn, Aubreyona, Tristen and DeAnna; girl friend, Jill Smith, her children, Jessica Paulley and her husband, Chris, and Jacob Wethington and her grandchildren, Matthew, Nicolas and Gavin of Floyds Knobs; brothers, Robert Faulkenburg and his wife, Karen of Floyds Knobs, Darrell Faulkenburg and his wife, Lina and David Faulkenburg and his wife, Marilyn all of Georgetown, Roger Faulkenburg and his wife, Tronna of Clarksville; sister, Sissie Faulkenburg Eurton of Birdseye, Indiana; beloved dog Dion and many nieces, nephews and friends.
Services were Tuesday, Sept. 7 in the Paul F. Kraft, Sr. Memorial Chapel at Newcomer Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.
IRA JOEL PEYTON, 22.
A celebration of the life was conducted at Swarens Funeral Home, on September 3.
He was born June 3 1988, along with his twin sister in New Albany. He grew up in the Corydon and Palmyra areas. He was employed at Akebon Brake Company in Glasgow, KY.
He resided in Greensburg, KY with Chasity Pruitt and his daughter, Alyssa Nevaeh Peyton, age 2.
He was preceded in death by his grandmother and grandfather, Charles and Theda Peyton formerly of Jeffersonville and his father Floyd B. Woolsey.
Survivors include, his mother Deborah Lynn Peyton-Dell of Pekin; stepfather Michael Dell of Palmyra; brother Noah Ryan Peyton of Pekin; twin sister Hannah Lael Peyton of Pekin; nieces Jada and Jayla Peyton and nephews Landon and Peyton Ferrell.
CHRIS BOWLING, 39, Salem, died Thursday, September 2 at his residence.
He was a life resident of Washington County and 1990 graduate of Eastern High School. He was an employee of ResCare in Jeffersonville.
He was the son of the Darrell Bowling and Norma Bowling Sallee.
He was preceded in death by his father, Darrell and grandparents, Lula Bowling and Delbert and Alice Bowling.
Survivors include his mother, Norma and stepfather Hubert Sallee, Salem; three sisters, Lissa (Jerry) Bowling, Salem; Rhonda Moore, Little York and Brenda (Terry) Alexander, Sellersburg, two brothers, Darrick (Becca) Bowling, Salem and J.E. Sumpter, Salem.
Services were conducted on Sunday, September 5 at Dawalt Funeral Home with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions should go to Hosparus, PO Box 35425, Louisville, Kentucky, 40232