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Obituaries - March 11, 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 March 2009 00:00

JASPER PLEZE (JAY) McINTOSH, SR., 79
DORIS (BLANK) JOHNSTON, 68
OTIS JOHN FONDA, JR., 64
MARQUESZ ALLEN OGLESBY, 51
SHIRLEY MAE BOBO, 72
BLANCHE (PAYNE) GIBSON, 93
BRENDA V. MURRAY, 69
JUANITA (DAVIDSON) HESELSCHWERDT, 67
CLIFFORD L. SNELLING, 90
DAVID LINN LAMASTER, 46
EULYSS FRANK KELLY, 81
JIM E. LIVESAY, 46
BRUCE T. PYLE, 67
WANDA G. MAYFIELD, 94
WAYNE DEWEESE, 76
JOHN HAYS, 79
JENNIFER TWYRE MILLER, 39
DESTINEE JUNE TURNER, 17
HELEN ANNABELL PRINCE, 88
EVERITT NAPIER, 79
 


?    JASPER PLEZE (JAY) MCINTOSH, SR., 79, Underwood, died Tuesday, March 3 at his residence.
    He was retired from Kentuckiana Trucking, a former Clark County Highway Department employee, and Bagshaw Trucking & Sellersburg Stone. He was also a lifetime member of the Family Farm Club on the Ohio River.
    Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Hallie Mae (Rison) McIntosh; three daughters, Clara Ann Smith, Sheila Elaine Smith, and Lorella Devore Hardy all of Loogootee; two sons, Jasper P. McIntosh, Jr. and George W. McIntosh both of Henryville; three sisters, Nettie Hutchinsons and Irene Quire both of Charlestown and Ida Nye of Lavenworth; four brothers, Sidney McIntosh of Henryville, Jimmy McIntosh of Charlestown, Finley McIntosh of Richmond, Kentucky, and David McIntiosh of Hawaii; ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
    Services were held on Friday, March 6 at R.D. Pyke Funeral Service in Henryville with interment in Clark Chapel Cemetery in Underwood.
    The family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society c/o P.O. Box 206 Henryville, IN 47126.
    DORIS O. (BLANK) JOHNSTON, 68, Louisville, died Wednesday, March 4 at Baptist East Hospital in Louisville.
    She was a retired employee of U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty in Louisville and was a homemaker. She was a member of the German-American Club, an avid life long bridge player, and was a life long member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Lanesville.
    Survivors include her husband of 30 years, Kenneth Johnston; step-daughter, Deborah Donnell of Louisville; five brothers, Wilfred W. Blank and Oscar Blank both of Corydon, Herman Blank of Greenville, Omar and Alvin Blank both of Lanesville; four sisters, Lucille Stewart of Elizabeth, Suzanne Windell of Corydon, and Bernice Sonner and Carmen Shewmaker both of Lanesville and a step-granddaughter.
    Services were held Friday, March 6 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Lanesville with burial in the church's cemetery. Gehlbach & Royse was in change of arrangements.
    The family suggests memorial gifts be made to her church.
    OTIS JOHN FONDA, JR., 64, New Albany, died Tuesday, March 3 at Rolling Hills Health Center,
    He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Cardinal Ritter #1221 and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. He was a talented trombonist for the IUS Concert Band, the Don Krekel Orchestra, and for Providence High School Spring Musicals for many years.
    Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Sandra A. (Banet) Fonda; three sons, Erik Fonda of Lanesville, Mark Fonda of New Salisbury and Todd Fonda of Floyds Knobs; two brothers; two sisters; thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
    Services were held Saturday, March 7 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery.
    Expressions of sympathy may be made to Providence High School for a scholarship in his memory.
    MARQUESZ ALLEN OGLESBY, 51, Charlestown, died Monday, March 2 at St. Catherine Hospital.
    Survivors include his father, Allen L. Oglesby of Charletown.
    Cremation was chosen and no services will be held at this time. Grayson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
    SHIRLEY MAE BOBO, 72, Pekin, died Monday, March 2 at her residence.
    She was a former employee of Washington County Memorial Hospital and a member of Family Harvest Church in Salem.
    Survivors include four daughters, Sue A. Brown and Terri L. Wingler both of Salem, Kathy Jo Kelly of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Sharon M. Dillon of Pekin; four sons, John R., Wilmer “Bobby”, Jr., and Ralph E. Bobo, all of Pekin, and Chester R. Bobo of Salem; sister, Janet Brown of Corydon; two brothers, Kenny Hall of Salem and Charles Hall of Campbellsburg; 20 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter.
    Services were held Thursday, March 5 at Dawalt Funeral Home with interment in Olive Branch Cemetery in Pekin.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
    BLANCHE (PAYNE) GIBSON, 93, Georgetown, died Monday, March 2 at Wedgewood Healthcare Center.
    She was a member of Indian Creek Baptist Church in Georgetown, was a dairy farmer with her husband, and an avid quilter.
    Survivors include two daughters, Juanita Sears of Lanesville and Pat Kaiser of Georgetown; son, C. Arnold Gibson of Louisville; brother, Joseph Payne; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
    Services were held Friday, March 6 in the Paul F. Kraft, Sr. Memorial Chapel at Generations Funeral Home with burial in Wolfe Cemetery in Georgetown.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Hosparus – Hospice of Southern Indiana.
    BRENDA V. MURRAY, 69, Marysville, died Tuesday, March 3 at her home.
    She was a retired custodian for Greater Clark County Schools and a member of Nabb Presbyterian Church where she served as Deacon and Elder.
    Survivors include a daughter, Pamela Murray of Marysville; three sisters, Jean Varney of Otisco, Gloria Hurley of Delbarton, West Virginia, and Alica Hope of Matewan, West Virginia, and two granddaughters.
    Services were held Friday, March 6 at Grayson Funeral Home in Charlestown with burial in Barnes Cemetery.
    Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Nabb Presbyterian Church or Vista Care Hospice in Jeffersonville.
    JUANITA (DAVIDSON) HESELSCHWERDT, 67, New Albany, died Monday, March 2 at Floyd Memorial Hospital.
    She worked as a hair stylist and was a member of Northside Christian Church in New Albany.
    Survivors include two daughters, Shelly Werner of Greenville and Theresa Johnston of Louisville; two sons, Bill Heselschwerdt of Jeffersonville and Keith Heselschwerdt of Louisville; brother, Richard Davidson; niece, Sarah Davidson, and seven grandchildren.
    Services were held Thursday, March 5 in the Paul F. Kraft, Sr. Memorial Chapel at Generations Funeral Home with burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Hosparus – Hospice of Southern Indiana.
    CLIFFORD L. SNELLING, 90, Jeffersonville, died Sunday, March 1 at Clark Memorial Hospital.
    He was a WWII Navy veteran, coached GRC little league baseball for 10 years, was a member of Colgate World Champion Softball Team in 1949, worked at Colgate in Clarksville for 26 years, retired from General Motors after 19 years, and enjoyed baseball and cars.
    Survivors include his wife, Mary Alice Copple Snelling; three sons, Bobby Snelling of Jeffersonville, Mickey Snelling of Marysville, and Mark Snelling of Glen Ellyn, Illinois; two daughters, Jeanie Lindsey of Jeffersonville and Julie Crowl of Naperville, Illinois; brother, James “Deb” Snelling of New Albany; eleven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
    Services were held Thursday, March 5 at Grayson Funeral Home in New Washington with burial in Barnes Cemetery.
    Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or GRC Little League.
    DAVID LINN LAMASTER, 46, Austin, died Saturday, February 28, at his residence.
    He is a native of Salem.
    Survivors include his wife, Sharon Weisenberg LaMaster of Austin; two daughters, Kayla Sampson of Austin and Desiree Garza of Austin; three sisters; Carla Sue LaMaster of Scottsburg, Karen Joann Ebertshauser of Lexington., Genean Clem of Austin; two brothers, Mark Dewayne LaMaster of Florida and Claude Holt of Austin.
    Graveside services was Thursday, March 5, at Lexington Cemetery in Lexington.
    Buchanan Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
    Online condolences can be made at www.buchananfuneralhome.net.
    EULYSS FRANK KELLY, 81, Austin, passed away Monday, March 9, at Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg.
    The Delrio, Tn., native was a member of New Providence Baptist Church in Austin and was a past president of the United Steel Workers Union No. 4637, Past Commander of Crothersville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1083, and a Scout Master for Austin Boy Scout Troop No. 110 for over 30 years. He also served in the U.S. Army in WWII and retired from the American Can Company.
    Survivors include three sons, Marvin W. Kelly of Coeurdalene, Id., and Gary D. Kelly of Freemont, Ca., and Eric S. Campbell of Borden; a sister, Bonnie Huckleberry of Seymour; a brother, Ted Kelly of San Antonio, Texas; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be conducted Friday, March 13, at Buchanan Funeral Home in Austin at 1 p.m.    Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 12, and after 9 a.m. on Friday.
    Burial will be at Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Austin.
    Military graveside service will be conducted by Crothersville Veterans of Foreign Wars 1083.
    Online condolences can be made at www.buchananfuneralhome.net.
    JIM E. LIVESAY, 46, died Sunday, March 8.
    He was an emergency room nurse at Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg and was a member of Little York Christian Church. He served during the Gulf War in Operation Desert Storm as a Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.
    Survivors include his wife: Julie Peacock Livesay; a son, Ryan Livesay of Jeffersonville; two daughters,  Jena and Jordyn Livesay, both of Scottsburg; parents, Charles and Patricia Livesay of Charlestown; a brother, John Livesay of Salisbury, Md; several nieces and nephews.
    A memorial service will be conducted on Saturday, March 14, at the Little York Christian Church officiated by Bro. Delvin Sweeney with visitation after 1 p.m.
    Memorial contributions may be sent to the Scott Memorial Hospital Foundation in care of Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg.
    Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg was in charge of the local arrangements.
    BRUCE T. PYLE, 67, Scottsburg, died Friday, March 6, at Lousiville, Ky..
    The Tell City native was an insurance agent for American Heritage and was a member of the Scott County Moose Family Center No. 2324 and the U.S. Air Force.
    Survivors include his wife: Linda Reynolds Pyle of Scottsburg; four sons, Scott Patrick Pyle of Madison, Ward Joseph Pyle of New Albany, Travis William Pyle of Charleston, S.C., Robert Lee Smith of Indianapolis; two daughters: Robin Lynn Stafford of Monroe City, Lori Ann Doud of Scottsburg; 11 brothers, David Pyle of Sellersburg, Herbert Wayne Pyle of North Vernon, Mike Pyle of Seymour, Anthony Earl Pyle of Madison, Kevin Pyle of Commisky, Edward Pyle of Seymour, Kent Pyle of Vallonia, Tennyson Pyle of Seymour, John Pyle of Seymour, James Pyle of Seymour, two sisters, Mary Pyle Brown of Seymour and Regina Pyle Roark of Scipio; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, March 10, at Stewart Funeral Home of Scottsburg. Burial was in the Indiana Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Madison with military graveside services.
    Memorial donations may be made to the Relay for Life in care of Stewart Funeral Home.
    On-line condolences may be made by visiting www.stewartfuneralhome.net.
    WANDA G. MAYFIELD, 94, Scottsburg, died March 1.
    The Brownstown native is a retired beautician and was a member of the First Christian  Church of Scottsburg, past worthy matron of Scottsburg OES No. 107, past president of the Phi Bete Psi Sorority Theta Alpha Chapter, former member of BPW and Foresters.
    Survivors include two stepsons, Clarence Mayfield of Pekin and Thomas Mayfield of Lake City, Fl.; four step-daughters: Frances Masters of Fountain Inn, S.C., Mary Sharp and Delores Fulkerson of Lanesville, and Joyce Graham of New Albany; 10 step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
    Funeral services were conducted Thursday, March 5, at Stewart Funeral Home of Scottsburg. Phil LaMaster officiated.
    Burial was in the Fairview Cemetery in Brownstown.
    Memorial contributions may be made in care of Stewart Funeral Home, Inc., to the First Christian Church of Scottsburg.
    On-line condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting the funeral home's website at www.stewartfuneralhome.net.
    WAYNE DEWEESE, 76, Scottsburg, died Monday, March 9, at Scott Memorial Hospital.
    The Scott County native was a retired laborer of Morgan's Foods in Austin.
    Survivors include five brothers, Tommy DeWeese of Brazil, Howard DeWeese of Scottsburg, Hubert DeWeese of Scottsburg, Warren DeWeese of Henryville, Sherman DeWeese of Richmond, Va., two sisters, Sally Keith of Jeffersonville, Shirley Neace of Deputy.
    Funeral services are set for today (Wednesday) at 11 a.m. at Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg. Visitation will be after 10 a.m. today.
    Burial will be in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
    JOHN HAYS, 79, Scottsburg, died Wednesday, March 4, at the Hampton Oaks Health Campus in Scottsburg.
    The Hazard, Ky., native was a retired self-employed truck driver and was a Korean War as a Corporal in the U.S. Army. He was a lifetime member and former Post Commander for the Veterans of Foreign Wars 6582 in Austin. He is a member of the Little York Lodge No.; 512 F&AM.
    Survivors include his wife: Irene Tunks Shulz Hays; four sons, John Hays, Jr. of El Paso, Tx., Bill Shultz of Louisville, Ky., Michael Shultz of Scottsburg; John Paul Hays of Ocala, Fl., daughters, Alice Bryant and Tina  Payne, both of Scottsburg; Jo Ann Soucey of Silver Springs, Fl, Bonny Lange  of Silver Springs, Fl., Sandra Dotson of Lexington; a brother, Earl Hays of Scottsburg; a sister Marie Boles of Albany, Ga., 20 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren.
    Graveside services were conducted at Little York Cemetery with military graveside rites by Crothersville VFW Post 1083.
    Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg were in charge of local arrangements.
    JENNIFER TWYRE MILLER 39, Murfressboro, Tn., formerly of Scottsburg, died March 2 of injuries sustatined in a house fire.
    She was a native of Louisville, Ky.
    Survivors include her daughter, Jessica Doerr of Murfreesboro, Tn., a grandmother, Trula Mount of Scottsburg; a brother, Barry Phillips of Newburgh, and several aunts and uncles and nieces and nephews.
    A private graveside service was conducted Saturday, March 7, at Scottsburg Cemetery with Phil LaMaster officiating.
    Collins Funeral Home of Scottsburg was in charge of local arrangements.
    DESTNEE JUNE TURNER, 17, Austin, died Thursday, March 5, at Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg.
    The Colubus native was a junior at Austin High School and was very active in the Austin High School Sunshine Society.
    Survivors include her parents, Coy and Eva Louise Burton Turner of Austin, a sister, Rachel Turner of Scottsburg; two brothers, Coy Turner II ad Justin William Turner, both of Austin; grandparents, Amy Turner of Austin, Paul Turner of Austin, Irene and Dallas Owens of Russell Springs, Ky.
    Funeral service was conducted Monday, March 9, at Buchanan Funeral Home in Austin.
    Donations may be made to the Destinee Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund in care of Buchanan Funeral Home in Austin.
    Online condolences can be made at www.buchananfuneralhome.net.
    HELEN ANNABELL PRINCE, 88, Seymour, died Thursday, March 4, at Schneck Medical Center in Seymour.
    The Benton County native  was formerly employed at Morgan's Packing Company, Seymour Shoe Factory, Crothersville Post Office and Crothersville Licnese Branch. She was a member of the Crothersville United Methodist Church in Crothersville where she was a Sunday School teacher, past president of Gulf View Colonies in Fort Myers Beach, Fl. She was a den mother for the Crothersville Cubbies Boys Scout Troop.
    Survivors include her husband, Glen Thomas Prince; one son, Glen Edward Prince of Hoopeston, Il., four grandchildren; five grreat-grandchildren; one sister, Kathleen Alice Perry of Indianapolis; three brothers, Robert Edward Fleenor, Darrell Russell Fleenor, both of Indianapolis; and Gerald Lee Fleenor of Melbourne, Fl.
    Funeral services were conducted Saturday, March 7, at Adams Funeral Home in Crothersville with burial at the Crothersville Cemetery. Officiating was Pastor James Higdon.
    Memorials may be given to Alzheimer Association, American Diabetes Assocation, or donors choice in care of Adams Funeral Home, 110 E. Howard Street, Crothersville, IN, 47229.
    On-line condolences may be given to the family and a video tribute can be viewed at www.AdamsFuneralHomeOnline.com.
    EVERITT NAPIER, 79, Scottsburg, died Friday, March 6, at his residence.
    The Manchester, Ky., native was a former employee of the State Highway Department and a farmer.
    Survivors include his son, Charles Elmer Napier of Lexington; three daughters, Betty Jean Caudill and Diana Whitaker, both of Scottsburg, and Teresa Napier of Austin; four sisters, Bertie Ryker of Spencer, Dorothy Taylor of Vevay, Rebecca Taylor of Scottsburg and Thelma Fleenor of Little York; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
    Funeral services will be conducted Friday, March 13, at 1 p.m. at Grayson Funeral Home in Charlestown. Visitation  will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 13.
    A private burial will take place in the Scottsburg Cemetery.
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