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Clark Memorial Hospital

1220 Missouri Avenue
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 283-2230
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Coot's E M Sons Inc Funeral Home

120 West Maple Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 282-1356
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Legacy Funeral Center

921 Main Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 283-8269
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Mason Funeral Home

828 Watt Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 283-6731
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Scott Funeral Home

2515 Veterans Parkway
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Jeffersonville IN Obituaries and Death Notices

OBITUARIES MAR. 19-26, 2017 - Berea Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

President of the Hospital Auxiliary and she also worked in the gift shop at the hospital.Linda is survived by her children; Harold Jonathon Adkins of Berea, and Blaine Anthony Adkins of Jeffersonville, IN., and Laura Lynn Adkins Davis of Glasgow, KY., her step brother Eric Flowers, her grandchildren; Silas (Rebecca) Adkins, Allison Davis, Ian Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Robert Adkins, and Betta Adkins, and the father of their children Harold Thomas Adkins.Funeral services will be Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea; visitation will also be Saturday from 4-7 pm at the funeral home, burial will be in the Madison County Memorial Gardens.Eddie R HunterEddie HunterEddie Hunter, age 57, passed away on Monday, March 20th 2017 at U.K. Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Eddie worked for Madison County Utilities for 34 years. Eddie enjoyed watching old western movies and spending time with his family and friends. He is survived by his mother and stepfather Virginia Faye and Herman Ballinger; his daughter, Rebecca Marshall; two granddaughters, Destiny Richardson and Katrina Marshall; one niec,e Ashley Hunter and a host of other relatives including one uncle and three aunts. He was preceded by his father Lucian Hunter and his brother Gary Wayne Hunter.Funeral services will be held 1pm, Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Lakes Funeral Home in Berea, Kentucky with Farris Maupin officiating. Burial will follow in the Red Lick Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 11am to 1pm at the funeral home.Pallbearers will be Harold Carpenter, Tim Elam, Ronald Hunter, Eddie Gilbert, Wayne Hoskins, and Tim Agee. Honorary pallbearers will be Billy Hunter, Bobby Masters, Tyler Winkler and Josh Thomas. Virginia Ruth TankersleyRuth TankersleyRuth Tankersley age 85 of Danville, passed away Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation. She was born in Rockcastle C...

Twiggs funeral home director 'setting new standard' for funerals - 13WMAZ.com

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Photo: Wade, Jakie)Randy Paschal is the first black funeral home director in Twiggs County that is from Jeffersonville.Kasandra Ortiz has more on the business that says they're "setting a new standard for funeral services.""The last place a person wants to be is a funeral home. So we tried to keep it as homey as possible," says Paschal Memorial Funeral Home director Randy Paschal.The house on North Church Street in Jeffersonville was built back in the 1900s and now serves as a place for homegoings.It's a place Paschal says everyone is welcome."It's just different. Our services are a lot different than a lot of other services," Paschal says.And his dedication to the details is what he says sets him apart from the rest."Mainly, you want to focus in on the service, how you treat the family, the presentation of the body, the remains, so all of that is important versus trying to keep up and be a show," says Paschal.Paschal says even though he didn't always want to own a funeral home, this line of work was always his passion."Then when I got into high school I knew I wanted to be a funeral dir...

Mary Magdalene Brewer - Seymour Tribune

Monday, January 23, 2017

Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in North Vernon.Born Jan. 26, 1935, in Russell Springs, Kentucky, she was the daughter of Arvis and Eva Patterson Bennett, both of whom preceded her in death. In 1958, in Jeffersonville, she married Thomas R. Williams, who survives.She was a member of Seymour First Baptist Church and the owner/operator of Fashion Tress Beauty Salon of Seymour for more than 40 years.Louella was known by her friends and the community as Snowy Williams. She enjoyed quilting, knitting and traveling.Snowy will be greatly missed by her husband of 58 years and other survivors including children, Michael (Linda) Williams, Cynthia (Robbin) Hughes, Tammella Diggs and Thomas B. Williams; a brother, Eugene (Brenda) Bennett; grandchildren, Brandon (Kourtney) Simmons, Jonathan Diggs, Andrea Bray, Dawn (Holly) McDavid, Kaitlin Williams, Troy Ford and Timothy Hughes; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Voss Chapel with Pastor Jay Bennett officiating.Burial will follow at Vernon Cemetery.Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. until time of service Tuesday.Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer Research...

Deaths published Jan. 10, 2017 - Tulsa World

Monday, January 16, 2017

Bogert, Frank F. Jr., 94, retired educator and veteran, died Jan. 2. Graveside service 11 a.m. Wednesday, Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery. Mobley-Groesbeck.Wilson, Loraine, 84, died Saturday in Jeffersonville, Ind. Visitation 10-2 p.m. Wednesday and service 2 p.m. Wednesday, both at Full Gospel Assembly of God, Fairfax. Mobley-Groesbeck.SapulpaSpry, Jerry Francis, 74, trucking company owner and Navy veteran, died Saturday. Services pending. Mark Griffith Westwood, Tulsa.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person's name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by email to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the Circle of Life campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the Circle of Life logo placed in his or her listing.

SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT: Giants in the Faith celebrates 10th and final year - Newsandtribune

Monday, August 22, 2016

Braden, David Braden, Betty Jo Gabhart, and Charles Paige Gabhart; The Crossing Christian, Dave and Tamera Browning and Danielle Piatt; Faithpoint United Methodist, Chuck Zielke; First Baptist of Jeffersonville, Mike and Ginny Gregg; Georgetown Christian, Rose Tyler; Grace Lutheran, Louella Aker, Ron Dietrich, Carol and Robert Hunt, Anita Kuehner and Larry Young; Graceland Baptist, Pastor Ray Green; Greenville Christian, Melissa Martin; Jones Memorial AME Zion, Irving and Mary Joshua; Mount Tabor Presbyterian, Dodi Lacey, Paul and Judy Todd, and Andy and Carol Traister; Northside Christian, Dr. Kyle Lanoue, Alan Miles and Lee Ann Sodrel-Remson; Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Mike and Annette Boly, Father Eric Johnson, and Dale and Virginia Winchell; Sojourn Community/New Albany, Rob Schettler; Southeast Christian/Southern Indiana, Mark Downs and Vern Eswine; St. John Presbyterian, Mary Lois Vaughn; St. Mary's Catholic Church New Albany, Bob and Carol Oyler; Trinity United Methodist, Ervin and Shirley Baker and Darren Pavey.“It's a great encouragement for hundreds of us to come together at Giants as one faith community, representing so many different churches and denominations and backgrounds, but committed to the one Triune God who deserves our praise and thanksgiving,” Cindy said. “We need to do more of that as Christians.”Dayna Ashley, a former Miss Indiana and a Georgetown resident, will be the guest vocalist. Past giants who will participate are Scrivner, Hope board member, who will give the invocation, and Salvation Army Maj. Steve Kiger, who will give the benediction and closing prayer. Angie Graf, Hope's assistant director, and her husband, Dan, of Return Ministries will close the event with a special vocal and guitar selection.“These are people who don't do what they do for the recognition,” Cindy said.END OF AN ERAWhile the event is popular and recognizes people who walk their faith, the 10th year of Giants in the Faith will also be its last. The Kannings co-chaired the first 10 years, but there was no one who came forward to take over the duties. Harbeson said there was no one “with the passion or capability to do this,” the way it should be done.“People don't realize how much work goes into it. We don't want someone doing it halfway,” she said. “It's a big deal what they both have done. It's been a joy to work with Cindy and Jim. Cindy has been a wonderful mentor for me and Jim is a man of God.”Just because the luncheon will no longer exist, it won't stop giants from doing their work — the work of God.“We can walk out as giants with a better understanding of Jesus and rededicate ourselves to making a difference like He and all these giants have done,” Jim said. “The spirit of Giants in the Faith will be carried on, even after the event itself ends, because God will remain at work in all of us.”...

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OBITUARIES MAR. 19-26, 2017 - Berea Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

President of the Hospital Auxiliary and she also worked in the gift shop at the hospital.Linda is survived by her children; Harold Jonathon Adkins of Berea, and Blaine Anthony Adkins of Jeffersonville, IN., and Laura Lynn Adkins Davis of Glasgow, KY., her step brother Eric Flowers, her grandchildren; Silas (Rebecca) Adkins, Allison Davis, Ian Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Robert Adkins, and Betta Adkins, and the father of their children Harold Thomas Adkins.Funeral services will be Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea; visitation will also be Saturday from 4-7 pm at the funeral home, burial will be in the Madison County Memorial Gardens.Eddie R HunterEddie HunterEddie Hunter, age 57, passed away on Monday, March 20th 2017 at U.K. Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Eddie worked for Madison County Utilities for 34 years. Eddie enjoyed watching old western movies and spending time with his family and friends. He is survived by his mother and stepfather Virginia Faye and Herman Ballinger; his daughter, Rebecca Marshall; two granddaughters, Destiny Richardson and Katrina Marshall; one niec,e Ashley Hunter and a host of other relatives including one uncle and three aunts. He was preceded by his father Lucian Hunter and his brother Gary Wayne Hunter.Funeral services will be held 1pm, Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Lakes Funeral Home in Berea, Kentucky with Farris Maupin officiating. Burial will follow in the Red Lick Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 11am to 1pm at the funeral home.Pallbearers will be Harold Carpenter, Tim Elam, Ronald Hunter, Eddie Gilbert, Wayne Hoskins, and Tim Agee. Honorary pallbearers will be Billy Hunter, Bobby Masters, Tyler Winkler and Josh Thomas. Virginia Ruth TankersleyRuth TankersleyRuth Tankersley age 85 of Danville, passed away Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation. She was born in Rockcastle C...

Twiggs funeral home director 'setting new standard' for funerals - 13WMAZ.com

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Photo: Wade, Jakie)Randy Paschal is the first black funeral home director in Twiggs County that is from Jeffersonville.Kasandra Ortiz has more on the business that says they're "setting a new standard for funeral services.""The last place a person wants to be is a funeral home. So we tried to keep it as homey as possible," says Paschal Memorial Funeral Home director Randy Paschal.The house on North Church Street in Jeffersonville was built back in the 1900s and now serves as a place for homegoings.It's a place Paschal says everyone is welcome."It's just different. Our services are a lot different than a lot of other services," Paschal says.And his dedication to the details is what he says sets him apart from the rest."Mainly, you want to focus in on the service, how you treat the family, the presentation of the body, the remains, so all of that is important versus trying to keep up and be a show," says Paschal.Paschal says even though he didn't always want to own a funeral home, this line of work was always his passion."Then when I got into high school I knew I wanted to be a funeral dir...

Mary Magdalene Brewer - Seymour Tribune

Monday, January 23, 2017

Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in North Vernon.Born Jan. 26, 1935, in Russell Springs, Kentucky, she was the daughter of Arvis and Eva Patterson Bennett, both of whom preceded her in death. In 1958, in Jeffersonville, she married Thomas R. Williams, who survives.She was a member of Seymour First Baptist Church and the owner/operator of Fashion Tress Beauty Salon of Seymour for more than 40 years.Louella was known by her friends and the community as Snowy Williams. She enjoyed quilting, knitting and traveling.Snowy will be greatly missed by her husband of 58 years and other survivors including children, Michael (Linda) Williams, Cynthia (Robbin) Hughes, Tammella Diggs and Thomas B. Williams; a brother, Eugene (Brenda) Bennett; grandchildren, Brandon (Kourtney) Simmons, Jonathan Diggs, Andrea Bray, Dawn (Holly) McDavid, Kaitlin Williams, Troy Ford and Timothy Hughes; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Voss Chapel with Pastor Jay Bennett officiating.Burial will follow at Vernon Cemetery.Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. until time of service Tuesday.Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer Research...

Deaths published Jan. 10, 2017 - Tulsa World

Monday, January 16, 2017

Bogert, Frank F. Jr., 94, retired educator and veteran, died Jan. 2. Graveside service 11 a.m. Wednesday, Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery. Mobley-Groesbeck.Wilson, Loraine, 84, died Saturday in Jeffersonville, Ind. Visitation 10-2 p.m. Wednesday and service 2 p.m. Wednesday, both at Full Gospel Assembly of God, Fairfax. Mobley-Groesbeck.SapulpaSpry, Jerry Francis, 74, trucking company owner and Navy veteran, died Saturday. Services pending. Mark Griffith Westwood, Tulsa.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person's name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by email to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the Circle of Life campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the Circle of Life logo placed in his or her listing.

SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT: Giants in the Faith celebrates 10th and final year - Newsandtribune

Monday, August 22, 2016

Braden, David Braden, Betty Jo Gabhart, and Charles Paige Gabhart; The Crossing Christian, Dave and Tamera Browning and Danielle Piatt; Faithpoint United Methodist, Chuck Zielke; First Baptist of Jeffersonville, Mike and Ginny Gregg; Georgetown Christian, Rose Tyler; Grace Lutheran, Louella Aker, Ron Dietrich, Carol and Robert Hunt, Anita Kuehner and Larry Young; Graceland Baptist, Pastor Ray Green; Greenville Christian, Melissa Martin; Jones Memorial AME Zion, Irving and Mary Joshua; Mount Tabor Presbyterian, Dodi Lacey, Paul and Judy Todd, and Andy and Carol Traister; Northside Christian, Dr. Kyle Lanoue, Alan Miles and Lee Ann Sodrel-Remson; Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Mike and Annette Boly, Father Eric Johnson, and Dale and Virginia Winchell; Sojourn Community/New Albany, Rob Schettler; Southeast Christian/Southern Indiana, Mark Downs and Vern Eswine; St. John Presbyterian, Mary Lois Vaughn; St. Mary's Catholic Church New Albany, Bob and Carol Oyler; Trinity United Methodist, Ervin and Shirley Baker and Darren Pavey.“It's a great encouragement for hundreds of us to come together at Giants as one faith community, representing so many different churches and denominations and backgrounds, but committed to the one Triune God who deserves our praise and thanksgiving,” Cindy said. “We need to do more of that as Christians.”Dayna Ashley, a former Miss Indiana and a Georgetown resident, will be the guest vocalist. Past giants who will participate are Scrivner, Hope board member, who will give the invocation, and Salvation Army Maj. Steve Kiger, who will give the benediction and closing prayer. Angie Graf, Hope's assistant director, and her husband, Dan, of Return Ministries will close the event with a special vocal and guitar selection.“These are people who don't do what they do for the recognition,” Cindy said.END OF AN ERAWhile the event is popular and recognizes people who walk their faith, the 10th year of Giants in the Faith will also be its last. The Kannings co-chaired the first 10 years, but there was no one who came forward to take over the duties. Harbeson said there was no one “with the passion or capability to do this,” the way it should be done.“People don't realize how much work goes into it. We don't want someone doing it halfway,” she said. “It's a big deal what they both have done. It's been a joy to work with Cindy and Jim. Cindy has been a wonderful mentor for me and Jim is a man of God.”Just because the luncheon will no longer exist, it won't stop giants from doing their work — the work of God.“We can walk out as giants with a better understanding of Jesus and rededicate ourselves to making a difference like He and all these giants have done,” Jim said. “The spirit of Giants in the Faith will be carried on, even after the event itself ends, because God will remain at work in all of us.”...