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Carlisle Funeral Home

613 Washington Street
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 874-4214
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Coleman Williams Hicks Memorial Chapel Inc

101 South Karwick Road
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 872-8412
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Greenwood Cemetery OFC

153 Tilden Avenue
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 873-1521
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Haverstock Lynn E

418 Washington Street
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 872-7291
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McKeon Funeral Home Family Owned

2410 Duneland Drive
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 878-1881
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Ken J Heeter, 80, Of Bel Air - Patch.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Ken J Heeter, 80, of Bel Air, passed away on May 30, at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air.Born in Michigan City, Indiana, on July 1, 1936, the middle son of DeLacy J. and Anna (Yoder) Heeter. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, friend, neighbor and coworker. A very compassionate person to others, he was known as the Dick Clark of Upper Chesapeake Hospital, where he worked in Imaging Services for over 40 years. Earlier in his career, he also worked in imaging at St. Agnes and for the Health Department. He enjoyed genealogy and had traced his family back for ten generations. He was known as a great storyteller and a talented artist, also known for his Christmas Cards which he would send out with his artwork.Mr. Heeter is survived by his wife of 55 years, Agnes Anne Heeter; children, Anthony W. Heeter (Kathy), Loree A. Heeter-Piche (Robert) and Andrew S. Heeter (Melissa); grandchildren, Justin S. Piche, Andrew D. Piche, Sean A. Heeter, Allison M. Heeter, Rachel N. Piche, Meghan E. Plack (Harry), Laken E. Heeter, Mallory C. Heeter and Ewan R. Heeter; and g...

Mother, son found dead in Michigan City home | Northwest Indiana ... - nwitimes.com

Monday, December 19, 2016

MICHIGAN CITY — A mother and son have been identified by police as the two people found dead from gunshot wounds Tuesday morning. Sharon Corr, 60, and her son, Brandon Corr, 27, were both found dead in a home in the 2800 block of Maple Street, according to an updated Police Department news release.Michigan City police were called about 9:45 a.m. to the residence. Police have opened a death investigation, Assistant Chief Tim Richardson said. He said more details would be released as the investigation continues.Get news headlines sent daily to your inboxAt this time, police believe there is no threat to the public from this incident, according to the release.Police on Tuesday said the investigation remains in its early stages and would continue into the night. Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Tony McClintock at (219) 874-3221, ext. 1074. ...

Susan Block

Monday, June 27, 2016

A Duneland Beach, Indiana weekend cottage, renovated with her husband Lee, became a cover story in a Better Homes & Gardens magazine. What followed was a new millennium move to Michigan City, where Susan continued to evolve her personal writing.As a poet, in 2009 she was named LaPorte County Poet Laureate and in 2013 was nominated for Indiana State Poet Laureate. She has performed her poetry at open mics, at summer concerts at Fox Park in LaPorte, led poetry panels at the Michigan City Public Library and given numerous poetry recitals in the region.As a playwright, Susan’s original production of one-act plays, “Four-In-Hand,” was chosen for professional production at FOOTLIGHT Theater in 2011. Her plays have also been performed at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts and for Beachside Players under her direction.In 2014, she originated and hosted “Conversations on Creativity,” an interview radio show on BlogTalkRadio, world’s largest internet talk radio network. The series explores the creative process with regional high profile artists, writers and musicians.Her advocacy for the cultural arts in Northwest Indiana include being a 12-year founding member and past President of the Board of Directors of the Lubeznik Center For The Arts. One of their art galleries bears her name. While at the LCA she produced events for National Poetry Month, a symposium on creativity in the arts and several jazz concerts. She has given public interior design presentations as well as leading multiple creative writing, poetry and memoir writing workshops at the Lubeznik and working with writers in one-on-one editing. In 2012, she took a seat on the Board of Directors of Michigan City...

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Ken J Heeter, 80, Of Bel Air - Patch.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Ken J Heeter, 80, of Bel Air, passed away on May 30, at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air.Born in Michigan City, Indiana, on July 1, 1936, the middle son of DeLacy J. and Anna (Yoder) Heeter. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, friend, neighbor and coworker. A very compassionate person to others, he was known as the Dick Clark of Upper Chesapeake Hospital, where he worked in Imaging Services for over 40 years. Earlier in his career, he also worked in imaging at St. Agnes and for the Health Department. He enjoyed genealogy and had traced his family back for ten generations. He was known as a great storyteller and a talented artist, also known for his Christmas Cards which he would send out with his artwork.Mr. Heeter is survived by his wife of 55 years, Agnes Anne Heeter; children, Anthony W. Heeter (Kathy), Loree A. Heeter-Piche (Robert) and Andrew S. Heeter (Melissa); grandchildren, Justin S. Piche, Andrew D. Piche, Sean A. Heeter, Allison M. Heeter, Rachel N. Piche, Meghan E. Plack (Harry), Laken E. Heeter, Mallory C. Heeter and Ewan R. Heeter; and g...

Mother, son found dead in Michigan City home | Northwest Indiana ... - nwitimes.com

Monday, December 19, 2016

MICHIGAN CITY — A mother and son have been identified by police as the two people found dead from gunshot wounds Tuesday morning. Sharon Corr, 60, and her son, Brandon Corr, 27, were both found dead in a home in the 2800 block of Maple Street, according to an updated Police Department news release.Michigan City police were called about 9:45 a.m. to the residence. Police have opened a death investigation, Assistant Chief Tim Richardson said. He said more details would be released as the investigation continues.Get news headlines sent daily to your inboxAt this time, police believe there is no threat to the public from this incident, according to the release.Police on Tuesday said the investigation remains in its early stages and would continue into the night. Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Tony McClintock at (219) 874-3221, ext. 1074. ...

Susan Block

Monday, June 27, 2016

A Duneland Beach, Indiana weekend cottage, renovated with her husband Lee, became a cover story in a Better Homes & Gardens magazine. What followed was a new millennium move to Michigan City, where Susan continued to evolve her personal writing.As a poet, in 2009 she was named LaPorte County Poet Laureate and in 2013 was nominated for Indiana State Poet Laureate. She has performed her poetry at open mics, at summer concerts at Fox Park in LaPorte, led poetry panels at the Michigan City Public Library and given numerous poetry recitals in the region.As a playwright, Susan’s original production of one-act plays, “Four-In-Hand,” was chosen for professional production at FOOTLIGHT Theater in 2011. Her plays have also been performed at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts and for Beachside Players under her direction.In 2014, she originated and hosted “Conversations on Creativity,” an interview radio show on BlogTalkRadio, world’s largest internet talk radio network. The series explores the creative process with regional high profile artists, writers and musicians.Her advocacy for the cultural arts in Northwest Indiana include being a 12-year founding member and past President of the Board of Directors of the Lubeznik Center For The Arts. One of their art galleries bears her name. While at the LCA she produced events for National Poetry Month, a symposium on creativity in the arts and several jazz concerts. She has given public interior design presentations as well as leading multiple creative writing, poetry and memoir writing workshops at the Lubeznik and working with writers in one-on-one editing. In 2012, she took a seat on the Board of Directors of Michigan City...