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Trae A. Perkins - Palladium-Item

Monday, May 01, 2017

Trae A. PerkinsTrae A. PerkinsRichmond, Indiana - Trae Aaron Perkins was born September 25, 1993 in Oxford, OH.The son of Angela Gaines and Robert Perkins, Jr. He received his G.E.D. and resided in Richmond. He was forcefully (by his mother) employed for short periods of time at Target and Reid Hospital. Trae truly loved his family and friends and enjoyed "turning up" with his friends the most. He was best known and will be forever remembered for his big heart, amazing smile, and awesome dance moves (the boy had no coordination). Trae was looking forward to his mom moving back to Richmond so he could watch the television series Power with her and spend time with his sisters and baby brother.He leaves to cherish his legacy: Great Grandpa John Snyder. Grandparents Paula and Danny Hatch and Andre and Marcy Gaines. Sisters Destiny and Arionne and two half-sisters Trentale', and Ah'Caliyah. Brothers Zayden and Brian Webster. Aunts Sonya Perkins (and Terry Webster) and Paula Perkins. Uncles Aaron Gaines (and Katherine Kirschner) a

UPDATED WITH OBITUARY, FUNERAL SERVICE: Suspect in murders of Goshen's Michael Sharp, two others arrested - Goshen News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Mennonite Encylopedia Online. The obituary follows.“Michael Jesse “M. J.” Sharp: Mennonite Central Committee volunteer and United Nations contract employee, was born 29 October 1982 in Elkhart, Indiana, USA to John E. Sharp (15 July 1951- ) and Michele Lynn Miller Sharp (27 March 1954- ). Michael was the middle child in a family of two daughters and one son. Michael was kidnapped 12 March 2017, together with five other persons as part of a United Nations (UN) investigation into armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). On 28 March 2017 his body, along with the body of UN colleague, Zaida Catalán of Sweden, was found in a shallow grave outside the city of Kananga in the DRC’s Kasaï-Central province.Michael Sharp was raised in the home of a pastor and historian, and grew up in Mennonite centers like Harleysville, Pennsylvania, Scottdale, Pennsylvania, Middlebury, Indiana and Goshen Indiana — locations where his father pastored and then served as Director of the Archives of the Mennonite Church-Goshen. His mother was a physician assistant. M. J. graduated from Bethany Christian Schools in Goshen, Indiana in 2001. He went on to Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) where in 2005 he earned a BA in history, with a minor in German. He later earned a MA in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution at Philipps-Universität Marburg in Germany.After graduating from EMU, Sharp worked for three years with the Military Counseling Network in Germany, a project of the Deutsches Mennonitisches Friedenskomitee to serve U.S. soldiers based in Europe who sought discharge from military service for conscientious objection or other reasons. From August 2006 to early fall 2008 he was coordinator of the project.From 2012 to 2015, Michael Sharp served as Eastern Congo Coordinator for Mennonite Central Committee. This included working with other agencies, such as the Peace and Reconciliation program of the Congolese Protestant Council of Churches, a program that sent people into the forest to persuade rebels to come home. It is reported that Michael’s team persuaded 1,600 rebel soldiers to return to their homes.In 2015 M. J. began contract employment with the United Nations, serving as an Armed Groups Expert in the United Nations Group of Experts on the DRC. This group was appointed by the U.N.’s Security Council to investigate new violence in Kasaï-Central Province that began after government forces killed Kamwina Nsapu, a tribal chief and militia leader, who had resisted DRC President Jospeh Kabila. The UN Group of Experts on Congo, established in 2004, has consisted of six experts appointed by the UN secretary-general to monitor the Security Council’s sanctions regime for Congo and to propose individuals and entities to be added to the sanctions list. The experts collect and analyze information about armed group activities, their networks, arms trafficking, and those responsible for serious human rights violations.In March Sharp and his colleagues planned to document the militia’s alleged use of child soldiers, to investigate massacres of unarmed civilians by government forces, and to seek dialogue with stakeholders such as militia leaders, religious figures and civil society groups to promote peaceful solutions. M. J. was the coordinator of this group.At the time of his death, Michael Sharp’s North American base was in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of a semi-intentional community of persons who valued peace and cherished community known as the Plex. He moved there in October 2016.An acquaintance from National Public Radio recalled that “Michael Sharp believed in the power of persuasion. The 34-year-old ... with a penchant for plaid shirts would walk, unarmed, deep into rebel-held territory in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sit in the shade of banana trees with rebels and exchange stories.... Of course

Anna Ryan - Cuero Record

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Nursing in San Antonio. She was a R.N. who worked with Polio patients at Warms Springs, plant nurse at Dupont and for Dr O.E. Hall.She is survived by daughters, Virginia (Wayne) Sparck of Evansville, Indiana and Kathleen Ryan of Houston; sons, Kevin Ryan of Cuero and Gary Ryan of Austin; grandchildren, Erin (Dustin) Sparck of Los Angeles, CA and Sarah, Kate, and Gunnar Ryan of Austin; sisters, Leona Berckenhoff and Doris Boldt of Yorktown; brother, Al (Myrlin) of Yorktown; and many nieces and nephews.She is preceded in death by parents; husband; son, Richard III; sisters, Olga and Beth; brothers, Ed, Vic and Gilbert; and two infant sisters.Visitation will be Monday, April 17 at Freund Funeral Home from 5 to 7 p.m. with a rosary beginning at 6:30. Services will be Tuesday, April 18, at 10 a.m., at St. Michael’s Catholic Church with Father David Berger officiating. Interment will follow at Hillside Cemetery.Pallbearers are Bill Boldt, Charles Blank, Raymond Jasso, Richard Carbonara, Scott Polkuda and William Potcinske.The family would like to thank Hospice of South Texas and caregivers, Julia Ruiz and Jessica Boyd, for your compassion and care.Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael’s School, St. Michael’s Catholic Church, or Hospice of South Texas.You may sign the guest book or send condolences at www.freundfuneralhome.com.Freund Funeral Home, 361-275-2343.

Donetta Mae Scott - The Banner-Graphic

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wednesday, March 29 at noon at Bicknell Memorial Cemetery in Bicknell, Ind.In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Riley Children's Foundation, 30 S. Meridian St., Suite, 200 Indianapolis, IN 46204.Condolences can be sent to the family at cds@whitakerfuneralhome.net.

Kathryn P. Crouse - Palladium-Item

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Kathryn P. CrouseKathryn P. CrouseRichmond, Indiana - Kathryn P. "Pinky" Crouse, 86, of Richmond, Indiana passed away on April 15, 2017.She was born December12, 1930 in Moorefield, West Virginia to the late Noah Turner and Nellie Jane Turner.Survivors include her children: Douglas (Inghard) Crouse, Sally (Thomas) Hayes, and Wanda (Robert "Bob") Heil; one brother Floyd Turner and one sister Barbara (William) Sterling; 6 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren and 7 great great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; son: Mancil "Nails" Crouse; daughter: JoAnn Beck and son-in-law-: Fran Beck.Service will be held on Friday April 21, 2017 at 12:00pm at Community Family Funeral Home, where a visitation will be held Friday from 11:00 until time of service. Burial will be in Goshen Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at www.communityfamilyfh.comRead or Share this story: http://pinews.co/2pxhBBe

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A. Wallace Hood Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

Irma (Carlson) Hood, whom he married January 1, 1958 of Sebring; his three sons; Lee (Priscilla) Hood of Alliance, Jeff (Diane) Hood of Van Wert, Ohio and Jay (Renee) Hood of Green Castle, Indiana. He is also survived by a sister, Kristina Hood of LaBelle, Florida and his grandchildren, Natalie (Cody) LeMay, Jacob Hood, Kayla Hood, Bryce Hood and Blake Hood.A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.Memorial contributions can be made in Wally’s honor to the Life Care Fund at Copeland Oaks Foundation, 715 Johnson Rd., Sebring, Ohio 44672 or the Sebring United Methodist Church, 126 West Indiana Avenue, Sebring, Ohio 44672.Arrangements were handled by Gednetz-Ruzek-Brown Funeral Home, Sebring, Ohio (330) 938-2526. Friends may send condolences and sign the guest register online at www.grfuneralhome.com. Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement

Myron L. Hopkins - Palladium-Item

Monday, May 01, 2017

Myron L. HopkinsMyron L. HopkinsRICHMOND, Ind. - Myron L. Hopkins, age 75, of Richmond, Indiana, died Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at IU Health Methodist Hospital surrounded by his family.Born September 20, 1941, in Richmond, Indiana, to Lowell and Mary L. Starbuck Hopkins, Myron was a life-long resident of this community. He graduated from Webster High School in 1959, received his bachelor's degree from Ball State University in 1963, and earned his master's degree from Ball State University in 1966. Myron retired from Centerville High School where he had taught industrial arts for 38 years. He was a member of the Model A Restorers Club and Centerville Christian Church. Myron enjoyed driving his 1929 Model A Business Coupe, fishing, playing golf, spending time on the farm and at his home at Lake Webster, tending to his flowers and purple martin colony, gardening, oil painting, and spending time with his family and friends.Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Linda Dianne Sherrow Hopkins of Richmond; sons, Craig A. (Lisa) Hopkins of Greens Fork, Indiana, and David M. (Tracy

Virginia E. Kleiber - The Banner-Graphic

Monday, May 01, 2017

Feb. 7, 1925 - April 11, 2017Virginia E. Kleiber, 92, of Bainbridge, died on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Waters of Greencastle. Virginia was born Feb. 7, 1925 in Indianapolis to Floyd and Amah (Ball) Kreig.She was a 1943 graduate of Shortridge High School in Indianapolis.Virginia married George L. Kleiber in 1943 and he preceded her in death in 2007. She had been an accountant at the former Hendricks County Hospital, now Hendricks Regional Health, for many years. She was a member of the Estero, Fla., United Methodist Church.Funeral service will take place at 1 p.m. Monday, April 17 at Weaver & Randolph Funeral Home, Danville, with visitation from 11 a.m. until time of service. Burial will take place at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis.Survivors include her sons, Rance Kleiber of Indianapolis, Chuck (Jeanette) Kleiber of Roachdale and Wesley (Terri) Kleiber of Avon; daughter Sandra (Merrill) Reed of Homossa Springs, Fla.; 11 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.Virginia was preceded ind eath by two sons, Russell and George L. Kleiber Jr., and a sister, Helen Hampton.Online guestbook available at www.weaverandrandolphfuneralhomes.com.

Allen Collins - The Ranger

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

April 17, at Wiedersphan Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes in Cheyenne. Funeral services are at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, also at that location. Allen Collins was born Feb. 24, 1931, in Winchester, Indiana. His family moved to California in 1937. He attended Burbank High School, where he met his wife, Maxine Kensinger. They wed in 1951 and were married for 49 years. They had four children, Jeff (Kay), Andy (Teresa), Cheryl Forget (Mike), Patricia Haraldson (Mike).Mr. Collins served four years in the United States Navy during the Korean war. He worked 31 years for Mountain Bell. Loved ones remember him as "a beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend."After his first wife's death, he married Rita Custer in 2002. She has two children, Joe Hesketh (Shannon) and Ricki Thompson (Charles). Allen Collins also is survived by 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren "who loved him tremendously," family members said. He was preceded in death by his parents, Virginia and Wendell Collins; his first wife, Maxine Collins; and a granddaughter, Mary Anne Collins. See wrcfuneral.com for a full obituary and memorial information. 

Gregory Alan Cox - Palladium-Item

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Gregory Alan CoxGregory Alan CoxRichmond, Ind. - Gregory Alan Cox, age 60, of Richmond, Indiana, passed away on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017, at Reid Health.Born September 30, 1956, in Richmond, Indiana, to Gerald and Irene Daugherty Cox, Greg was a life-long resident of Centerville and Richmond. He was a graduate of Richmond High School, class of 1974. Greg worked for the Richmond Gas Company for many years and most recently enjoyed driving a semi. He was a member of Freedom Missionary Baptist Church. Greg was a loving father, brother, and son. He enjoyed fishing, auto racing, and spending time with his family and friends. Greg was a friendly face and was always willing to talk to people. He never met a stranger.Survivors include his children, Lindsay Cox and companion, Jerry Weiss of Ridgeville, Indiana, son, Drew Cox and wife, Carrie of Atlanta, Georgia, and their mother, Kimberly Ann Eikenberry Cox of Liberty, Indiana; granddaughters, Olivia, Kyleigh, McKenzie, and Lila; mother, Irene Cox of Richmond; sister, Gerene Cox of Durham, North Carolina; brother, Dale Cox of