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Obituaries - May 7, 2008 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 09 May 2008 23:51

RUBY NICHOLSON WILLIAMS, 93
GLADYS CENTERS, 88
LEE E. LAMB, 87
FLOYD L. SONNER, 89
SUSIE SPARKMAN WHITTAKER, 94
ERMA E. PAYNE, 69
JAMES W. BROCK, 78
DON WHEELER, 76
SANDY VALENTINE, 59
GLORIA SHERRON STOUFFER, 69
BETTY KELLY, 83
MARY KATHRYN PARTLOW, 92
SAMUEL CECIL HICKS SR., 71
PHYLLIS A. JUDGE, 81
DOLORES "DOE" BRYAN, 75
JOHN M. TURNER, 50
EDNA M. WILLIAMS, 71
MARVIN A. WILLIAMS, 66
BILLY CLAY SMITH, 68
EDWARD ARROWOOD, 72
HAROLD PATTON, 88
MARTHA ELLEN NICHOLSON, 60
MELISSA DAWN SPICER, 33

 

 

RUBY NICHOLSON WILLIAMS, 93, died Thursday, April 24, in Arlington, VA.
She was a native of Campbellsburg, a graduate of Campbellsburg High School and attended Central Business College in Indianapolis. She worked as a secretary for the State of Illinois for 21 years and was an active member of Claim Street Baptist Church, a volunteer at Copley Hospital, and a member of Grace Bliss Homemakers Unit, all located in Aurora, IL. For the past four years, she made her home with her daughter in Washington, D.C.
Survivors include two children, Albert T. Williams of Belle Mead, NJ and Elaine Crockett of Washington, D.C.; a brother, Eugene Nicholson of Pennsylvania; and seven grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday, April May 3, at Mt. Carmel Christian Church in Campbellsburg with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Weathers Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


GLADYS CENTERS, 88, of Floyds Knobs, died Monday, April 28, at Floyd Memorial Hospital.
She was a native of Hazard, KY, a homemaker and co-owner with her husband of S.G.V. Equipment.
Survivors include her husband, Van Centers of Floyds Knobs; four sons, Coy Martin, Rodney Mills, Kelly Martin and Maynard Martin, all of Salem; three daughters, Joy May Wynn of Campbellsburg, Connie Collins of New Albany, and Susan Hussung of Lanesville; one sister, Lee Howard of Tuscon, AZ; 37 grandchildren, 64 great-grandchildren, and 36 great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Wednesday, April 30, at Gehlbach and Royse Funeral Home in Georgetown, with burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville.

 


LEE E. LAMB,     87, of Greenville, died Friday, April 25, at his home.
He was a life long dealer and trucker of live stock. He was a World War II Army Veteran, a past member of the Greenville Methodist and currently attended Indian Creek Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife of 66, years, Delma (Wilkerson) Lamb; son, Ronald L. Lamb; a daughter, Linda Sue Greener; and three granddaughters, Dana M. Boling, Dana L. Stauffer, and Sandra L. Jacobson.
Services were held Monday, April 28, at Love Funeral Home in Palmyra, with burial in the Greenville Cemetery.
Expressions of sympathy can be made to the Gideon’s International Bible and Hospice and Palliative Care of Southern Indiana.

 


FLOYD L. SONNER,    89, of Corydon, died Sunday April 27, at Indian Creek Health and Rehabilitation Center in Corydon.
He was a native of New Amsterdam, IN, a retired farmer and school bus driver for the South Harrison Community School Corporation.
He was the past president of the South Harrison Water Corporation, past secretary of the Corydon Locker Plant and past secretary of the Harrison and Floyd County Farm Bureau Co-op.
Survivors include two sons, Gaylord Sonner of Lanesville and Dale Sonner of Corydon; one daughter, Benita K. Craig of Carbondale, IL; one brother, Jessie Eldon Sonner, of Mauckport, IN; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Tuesday, April 29, at Gehlbach and Royse Funeral Home in Corydon, with burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Corydon.
Expressions of sympathy can be made to the American Diabetes Association.