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The following are arrests made by the Kokomo Police Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

May 11

Amanda Bogue, 28, Warrant:

Parole

Violation

Elizabeth J. Ennis, 40, Warrant: (Grant Co.)

Heather R. Lynch, 42, Auto Theft, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Trespassing

Janel A. Macklin, 46, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Carrie A. Mosier, 20, Warrant: Possession of a Lookalike Substance, Warrant: Possession of Paraphernalia

Floyd J.

Patton, 39, Warrant: (Grant Co.)

James E. Pearcy, 41, Warrant: Failure to Appear

May 12

Jaylin T. Bolden, 19, Warrant: Bank Robbery,

Warrant: Burglary (2 Counts), Warrant: Theft (2 Counts), Warrant: Animal Cruelty, Warrant: Criminal

Recklessness Pointing a

Firearm (2 Counts)

Bertha L. Gray, 50, Possession of Paraphernalia,

Possession of a Lookalike Substance, False Informing, Warrant: Failure to Appear (2 Counts), Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Paul M. Hoffman, 27, Warrant: (Pennsylvania)

Audra J. Mack, 39, Warrant:

Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, Warrant:

Mischief

Christopher M. Peoples, 28, Dealing in Methamphetamine, Dealing in a Controlled Substance (2 Counts), Warrant: Dealing in a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Warrant: Dealing in

Methamphetamine

Suzanne M. Young, 28, Possession of a Lookalike Substance, Possession of Marijuana

May 13

Crystal L. Minors, 52, Driving While Suspended

Amber N. Sparling, 33, Warrant: Invasion of Privacy

Christopher E. Stonebreaker, 47, Domestic Battery

Michael B. Weir, 19, Warrant: (Tipton Co.)

Billy R. Young, 31, Dealing in a Controlled Substance, Possession

of a Controlled Substance, (2 Counts)

May 14

Blaine T. Causey, 32, Warrant: Bond

Revocation

Nahum C. Gibson, 19, Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

Kelisha A. Hammond, 18, Illegal Possession of Alcohol, Never

Obtaining a Driving License

Alana L. Ingle, 24, Possession of a Syringe, Possession of Cocaine

Dian M. Martin, 27, Possession of a Syringe, Possession of a Narcotic Drug

Denah A. Oakes, 29, Mischief (2 Counts)

Kane A. Rockenbaugh, 21, OWI Endangering a Person

May 15

Bradford N. Allison, 52, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Joseph K. David-

Arredondo, 19,

Possession

of a

Lookalike Substance, Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Dealing in a Lookalike Substance, Possession of Paraphernalia, Never Obtaining a Drivers License, Receiving Stolen Property, Possession of a Controlled Substance

Amber M. Day, 28,

Possession of Marijuana

Michael A. Phillipson, 19, Dealing in a

Lookalike Substance, Possession of a Lookalike Substance, Trespassing

Tywon D. Swanson, 32,

Driving While Suspended, Warrant: (Grant Co.)

May 16

Jordan R. Dillon, 26, Possession of a Syringe, Theft

Michael K. Hill, 21,

Public

Intoxication

Augusto C. Medina, 69, OWI Alcohol

Gage A.

Ray, 19, Theft

May 17

Tere M. McCall, 26, Warrant: Hit Skip

Accident

Tanesia R. Prater, 26, Warrant: Battery on a Juvenile

Adam W. Thieke, 31, Possession

of a Controlled Substance

Tiffany J. Tinder, 36, Warrant: Theft

Conversion, Warrant: Failure to Appear

SHERIFF’S ARRESTS

The following are arrests made by the Howard County Sheriff’s Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

May 11

Dylan R. Piker, 23, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Edward J. Runge Jr., 55,

Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Falisha A. Shutt, 34, Warrant: Contempt of Court

May 12

Macie L. Bogard, 25, False

Informing, Warrant: Domestic Battery

Megan M. Earnheart, 29, Warrant:

Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Angela M. Fleshood, 47, Warrant: Criminal Recklessness,

Warrant:

Resisting Law Enforcement

Melissa F. Hancock, 43, Warrant: Parole

Violation

Aaron F. Smith, 21, Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence (2 Counts)

Nathan L. Smith, 44, Domestic Battery

Jeremy A. Teems, 30, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Jason M. Wilson, 34, Warrant: Failure to Appear

May 13

Daniel G. Blackburn, 54, Warrant: Non-

Compliance

Nicole D. Douglas, 34, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Lyndsey K. Glassburn, 31,

Possession of a Syringe, Possession of a Controlled Substance

Robert W. James, 39, Warrant: Failure to Appear

William A. Majors, 49, Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence, Warrant:

Possession of a Syringe,

Warrant: Maintaining a

Common Nuisance, Warrant: Possession of Cocaine

Wendy M. Richman, 49,

Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Keeshum A. Woodard, 19, Theft,

Warrant: Failure to Appear

May 14

Brittany L. Anderson, 27, Warrant: Theft

Conversion

Clymenia S. Fiedler, 58, Invasion of Privacy

May 15

Richard P. Mclochlin, 63,

Warrant:

Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Tyler J. Mossholder, 21, Warrant: Theft

Conversion

May 16

Tabitha L. Henry, 36, Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence (2 Counts)

Paul A. Huddleston, 36, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Marcus J. Mahan, 33, Driving While Suspended

Jennifer K. Shopher, 29, Warrant: Failure to Appear

Donald J. Smith, 23, Warrant:

Failure to Appear

Jessica S. Stout, 35, OWI Alcohol, OWI Endangering a Person

Amber R. Williams, 35, Warrant: False

Informing

May 17

Cody A. Foxx, 23 (Greentown Arrest),

Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Kyrstin M. Guge, 23, Warrant: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

STATE POLICE ARRESTS

The following are arrests made by the Indiana State Police in Howard County. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

May 11

Kelly R. Grider, 38, Warrant:

Parole

Violation

Ricky L.

Patton, 36, Warrant: (Grant Co.)

May 12

Kristopher R. Kanable, 26, Warrant: Parole

Violation

May 13

Jason R. Fetter, 33, Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of a Lookalike Substance

Evon L. Steininger, 55, Warrant: Failure to Appear,

Warrant: Petition to Revoke

Suspended Sentence

CRIMINAL SENTENCINGS

The following are the sentencings of criminal cases heard in all five Howard County courts.

Circuit Court

Amber Perkins

Charge: Non Compliance

Defense Counsel: Dan May

Prosecutor: Michael Krebes

Sentence: Court imposes In Home Detention extended for 30 days

Mikeisha Adkins

Charge: Criminal Recklessness

Defense Counsel: Matthew Elkin

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 138 days executed, unsupervised probation for 9 months,

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Jacob Williams

Charge: Theft

Defense Counsel: Dan May

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 2 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, pay restitution

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Mikeisha Adkins

Charge: Theft

Defense Counsel: Stephanie Doran

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 36 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, pay restitution

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Darryn Small

Charge: Non Compliance

Defense Counsel: Mark Dabrowski

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Court imposes In Home Detention extended for 90 days

Superior IV

Mark Avery

Charge: Operating a Vehicle as a Habitual Traffic Violator

Defense Counsel: David Rosselot

Prosecutor: Scott McClelland

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 180 days executed on In Home Detention, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Jesse T. Shelton

Charge: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Thomas White

Sentence: Court imposes 443 days of previously suspended sentence executed

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Deanna L. Reason

Charge: Possession of a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Scott McClelland

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 58 days

Superior III

Michael Conroy

Charge: Operating a Vehicle as an habitual Traffic Violator, Possession of a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance, Resisting Law Enforcement

Defense Counsel: Gary Cook

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Count I - Howard County Jail for 18 months, 180 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for 1 year, license suspended for 10 years, Count II - Howard County Jail for 1 year, 180 days executed balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, Count III - Howard County Jail for 1 year, 180 days executed balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, sentences shall run concurrently

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, public defender fee

Jeffery Meade

Charge: OWI Endangering a Person

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 4 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, license suspended for 60 days, attend Victim Impact Panel

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Community Drug Free Assessment, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Ronald Green III

Charge: OWI Endangering a Person

Defense Counsel: Brent Dechert

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 180 days, 2 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for 6 months, attend Victim Impact Panel, complete 30 hours of community service

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, community service fee

Jennifer Spence

Charge: Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 16 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, no contact with victim

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Shelby Carden

Charge: Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Reckless Driving

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Jeremy Peelle

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 180 days, 10 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for 6 months, Count II - Howard County Jail for 60 days, 10 days executed, balance suspended

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Tanessa Williams

Charge: OWI Endangering a Person

Defense Counsel: Matthew Elkin

Prosecutor: Mark Hurt

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 2 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, attend Victim Impact Panel

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Community Drug Free Assessment, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, public defender fee

Amanda Calvert

Charge: OWI Endangering a Person, Possession of Paraphernalia

Defense Counsel: Matthew Elkin

Prosecutor: Mark Hurt

Sentence: Count I - Howard County Jail for 1 year, 4 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probaiton for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, attend Victim Impact Panel, Count II - Howard COunty Jail for 60 days, 4 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, counts I and II shall run concurrently

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, public defender fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Heather Anderson

Charge: Conversion

Defense Counsel: Matthew Elkin

Prosecutor: Mark Hurt

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, suspended, unsupervised probation for 1 year

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, public defender fee

Austin Fitzgerald

Charge: OWI Endangering a Person

Defense Counsel: Stephanie Doran

Prosecutor: Mark Hurt

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 2 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, attend Victim Impact Panel

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Community Drug Free Assessment, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Kevin Whitaker

Charge: OWI

Defense Counsel: Matthew Elkin

Prosecutor: Mark Hurt

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 1 year, 10 days executed, balance suspended, unsupervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, attend Victim Impact Panel

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Community Drug Free Assessment, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Superior II

Derrick Bronson

Charge: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Defense Counsel: Katherine Noel

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Court imposes 180 days of previously suspended sentence executed, sentence served consecutive to 34D02-1306-FD-00149

Derrick Bronson

Charge: Petition to Revoke Suspended Sentence

Defense Counsel: Katherine Noel

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Court imposes 180 days of previously suspended sentence executed, sentence served consecutive to 34D02-1403-FD-00052

Jason Shearer

Charge: Criminal Trespass

Defense Counsel: Luisa White

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Howard County jail for 1 year, suspended, supervised probation for 365 days, complete MRT Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee

Stephen

Pierson Jr.

Charge: Theft

Defense Counsel: Katherine Noel

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 3 years, 180 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, sentence shall run concurrently to 34D02-1506-F6-0013

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, public defender fee

Stephen

Pierson Jr.

Charge: Theft

Defense Counsel: Katherine Noel

Prosecutor: Hans Pate

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 2 years, 18 months executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, sentence shall run concurrently to 34D02-1312--FD-00334

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, public defender fee

Superior I

Rodney S. Goins

Charge: Possession of Marijuana

Defense Counsel: Rodney Shrock

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 180 days, 4 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for 364 days, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Alan H. Tinker III

Charge: Possession of a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance

Defense Counsel: Brent Dechert

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 365 days, 185 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for 730 days, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Bobby L. Avery

Charge: Possession of a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance

Defense Counsel: None

Prosecutor: Ronald Byal

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 365 days, executed

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee

Neaven Fite

Charge: Dealing in a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance

Defense Counsel: Jeffrey Elftman

Prosecutor: Eric Grezorski

Sentence: Howard County Jail for 365 days, suspended, supervised probation for 730 days, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Demarrio

D. Barker

Charge: Possession of Cocaine, Resisting Law Enforcement

Defense Counsel: Stephanie Doran

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Count I - Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, executed, Count II - Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, executed, sentences shall run consecutively

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee

Aaron M. Stephens

Charge: Possession of Marijuana

Defense Counsel: Stephanie Doran

Prosecutor: Justin Alter

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, 90 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program

Kalvin L. Stitts

Charge: Possession of Methamphetamine

Defense Counsel: Jay Hirschauer

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, 2 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, Complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Wendy S. Ellis

Charge: Possession of a Narcotic Drug

Defense Counsel: Jeffrey Elftman

Prosecutor: Ronald Byal

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 730 days, 282 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, complete Re-Entry Court Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, Re-Entry Court Program fee, Drug Interdiction fee

Timothy E. Rush

Charge: Possession of Cocaine

Defense Counsel: Brent Dechert

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 2,190 days, 730 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program fee, complete Re-Entry Court Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, Re-Entry Court Program fee

Ashley

G. Gonzales

Charge: Possession of a Narcotic Drug

Defense Counsel: Jeffrey Elftman

Prosecutor: Justin Alter

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, 26 days executed, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Heather D. Satterfield

Charge: Possession of Methamphetamine

Defense Counsel: Jeffrey Elftman

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 730 days, 2 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee

Kelly E. Streza

Charge: Unlawful Possession of a Syringe

Defense Counsel: Joshua E. Leicht

Prosecutor: Justin Alter

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 365 days, 176 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Alcohol and Drug program fee, Drug Interdiction fee, public defender fee

Joshua

S. Newton

Charge: Possession of Chemical Reagents or Precursors with Intent to Manufacture a Controlled Substance

Defense Counsel: Stephanie Doran

Prosecutor: Justin Alter

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 730 days, 80 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and drug Program fee

Jason Shearer

Charge: Domestic Battery

Defense Counsel: Luisa White

Prosecutor: Eric Grzegorski

Sentence: Indiana Department of Corrections for 548 days, 94 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete MRT Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, MRT Program fee

Brian Baker

Charge: Possession of Methamphetamine, Neglect of Dependent

Defense Counsel: Brent Dechert

Prosecutor: Ronald Byal

Sentence: Count I - Indiana Department of Corrections for 1,825 days, 299 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, Count II - Indiana Department of Corrections for 1,825 days, 299 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, sentences shall run concurrently, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, Drug Interdiction fee

Latasha S. Thompson

Charge: Dealing in a Narcotic Drug, Neglect of Dependent

Defense Counsel: Brent Dechert

Prosecutor: Eric Gregorski

Sentence: Count I - 2,190 days, executed, Count II - Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, executed, sentences shall run concurrently, complete Alcohol and Drug Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, Drug Interdiction fee

Brandi

N. Lawson

Charge: Possession of a Synthetic Drug or Synthetic Drug Lookalike Substance, Unlawful Possession of Syringe

Defense Counsel: Craig Dechert

Prosecutor: Ronald Byal

Sentence: Count I - Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days executed, 192 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, Count II - Indiana Department of Corrections for 913 days, 192 days executed, balance suspended, supervised probation for balance of suspended sentence, complete Alcohol and Drug Program, complete Women’s Journey Program

Fees: Court costs, probation fee, Drug Interdiction fee, Alcohol and Drug Program fee, Women’s Jounrey Program fee

BIRTHS

The following birth announcements are sent to the Kokomo Perspective by parents who have given birth at Howard Regional Health System or St. Joseph Hospital.

Howard Community Regional Health

Oakley Graham Tigrett

DOB: May 2, 2016

Sex: M Time: 3:14 p.m.

Wt: 7 lbs., 7 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Baylee (Brown) and Zachary Tigrett

Kellan Olwyn Word

DOB: May 2, 2016

Sex: M Time: 4:49 a.m.

Wt: 7 lbs., 11 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Elena (Breen) and Christopher Word

Tinsley Rose Davis

DOB: May 1, 2016

Sex: F Time: 12:32 a.m.

Wt: 6 lbs., 6 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Taylor (Allen) and Trever Davis

Aniya Marie Prince

DOB: May 1, 2016

Sex: F Time: 5:02 p.m.

Wt: 6 lbs., 10 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Amber (Rowe) and Brian Prince

Kaelyn Diane Chase

DOB: April 29, 2016

Sex: F Time: 8:23 a.m.

Wt: 8 lbs., 3 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Karah (Keller) and Dustin Chase

Madelyn Michelle Armstrong

DOB: April 28, 2016

Sex: F Time: 3:28 p.m.

Wt: 7 lbs., 6 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Candace (Korrect-Yike) and James Armstrong Jr.

Keeghan Ayden Alexander Buchanan

DOB: April 27, 2016

Sex: M Time: 4:53 p.m.

Wt: 7 lbs., 2 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Ashley (Harrington) Gibson and Howard Buchanan

Daniel Keith Thittaker

DOB: April 26, 2016

Sex: M Time: 10:37 p.m.

Wt: 6 lbs., 11 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Valerie (Birchfield) and Brian Whittaker

Emma Michelle Mckee

DOB: April 25, 2016

Sex: F Time: 3:00 p.m.

Wt: 8 lbs., 9 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Lucy (Porter) and Kaleb McKee

Leonard Charles Diener

DOB: May 3, 2016

Sex: M Time: 9:54 a.m.

Wt: 7 lbs., 4 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Christine (McLenithan) and Benjamin Diener

Zachariah Angelo Moirano

DOB: May 3, 2016

Sex: M Time: 7:41 p.m.

Wt: 9 lbs., 4 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Brittany R. Moirano

St. Joseph Hospital

Tenley Brianne Reed

DOB: May 10, 2016

Sex: F Time: 8:44 a.m.

Wt: 8 lbs., 10 oz.

Parents’ name(s): Heather (Cook) and Cory Reed

MARRIAGE LICENSES

The following are marriage licenses recorded at the Howard County Clerk’s office.

May 11

Brittany N. Moore, Kokomo, 27

Parker D. McAdams, Kokomo, 22

Tom G. Brannock, Kokomo, 28

Kristin M. West, Kokomo, 21

Gerald V. Sutherlin III, Oakford, 36

Jeanetta K. Collins, Oakford, 26

Thomas E. Curtis Jr., Kokomo, 31

Jessica M. Koons, Kokomo, 30

May 12

Renee E. Riese, Kokomo, 24

Jared J. Davis, Kokomo, 27

May 13

Krystal R. Coulbern, Kokomo, 22

Robert A. Kanable, Kokomo, 33

Michael A. Roth, Kokomo, 48

Katherine A. Danner, Mulberry, Ind., 30

Gabriel T. Gonzales, Kokomo, 50

Amanda K. Brown, Kokomo, 40

David N. Conroy, Kokomo, 50

Kimberly R. Kaufman, Kokomo, 46

Christopher E. Becraft, Kokomo, 28

Molly G. Lea, Kokomo, 30

Simon A. Alfrey, Kokomo, 22

Olivia N. Greer, Kokomo, 21

David I. Hall, Kokomo, 24

Chelsea A. Althouse, Kokomo, 24

Daniel L. Pelfree, Kokomo, 41

Krystal L. Gregory, Kokomo, 36

May 16

Oral C. Crawford Jr., Kokomo, 53

Barbara A. Walls, Kokomo, 50

Doran R. Jessup, Kokomo, 22

Amy L. Blackburn, Kokomo, 27

Gregory E. Greer, Kokomo, 46

Marian E. Jarrett, Kokomo, 53

Ryan D. Garrett, Greentown, 37

Shaila M. Howard, Greentown, 30

Lauren G. Williams, Kokomo, 31

Lajonta W. Hall, Kokomo, 35

Kaylie N. Miller, Kokomo, 27

Christian A. Salazar, Kokomo, 22

Jeremy L. Rose, Greentown, 21

Samantha R. Bougher, Greentown, 26

DOMESTIC RELATIONS

The following are the domestic relations cases to be heard, according to the court calendars for all five Howard County courts. These include divorces, paternity cases, and child support hearings. The court calendars are accurate as of the Thursday before the Kokomo Perspective’s Wednesday distribution date, but are subject to regular changes. Call the individual court for the most up-to-date information.

Circuit Court

Fri., May 27, 9 a.m.

Christopher and Cheryl Stonebraker, Citation

Clay and Annette Prater, Final Hearing

Amanda and Christopher Kinney, Final Hearing

Lease and Ronald Geyer, Other

Heather Johns and Demetrius Rahman, Other

Pablo Sharon Sanchez, Other

Terry and Tiffany Finley, Other

Timothy and Diana Smith

Marcellia and Samuel Zwiefelhofer, Other

Amanda and Anthony Cicalo II, Other

Leslie and Bradley Johnson, Other

April and James Pressey, Petition to Modify

Jennifer and Herman Suttles III, Reappear

Katrina and Jon Smith, Reappear

Tues., May 31, 9 a.m.

Kimberly and Christopher Childs, Petition to Modify

Superior II

Thurs., May 26, 9 a.m.

Jamie and Ricky Willis, Citation

9:30 a.m.

Ruth A. Johnny Fansler, Provisional Order

11 a.m.

Judy and Timothy Russell, Provisional Order

Fri., May 27, 9 a.m.

Trisha and Juan Martinez, Citation

Wed., June 1, 1:30 p.m.

Eric and Aaron Oster, Visitation

Superior IV

Thurs., May 26, 8:30 a.m.

Stephanie and Jason Henderson, Citation

Randi and James Sims, Citation

Dustin and Cristina Howard, Citation

Adam and Tonya Miller, Reappear

Krystle and Jimmy Jackson Jr., Support Hearing

10 a.m.

Brooke and Shannon Graves, Final Hearing

2 p.m.

Amy and Steven Longjohn Petition to Modify

Fir., May 27, 1:30 p.m.

Dawn and David Mobley, Support Hearing

DIVORCE FILINGS

The following are the new divorce filings, according to the Howard County Clerk’s office. The information is accurate as of the Thursday before the Kokomo Perspective’s Wednesday distribution date.

May 11

Tara and John Smith

May 12

Leann and Christopher Baldwin

Mildred and Dennis Mounce

May 13

Naihoka Thomas and Ronnie L. Bond

Vilora and James Slider

May 16

Bryanna and Robert Kidwell

William and Brooklyn Cook

May 17

Natalie and Dennis Chapman Jr.

Kathleen and Thomas Staton

DIVORCES GRANTED

The following are the divorces granted in Howard County, according to the Howard County Clerk’s office.

Circuit Court

Tabitha and Cesar Campuzano

Heather and Sean White

Michael and Jeanne Hubler

Superior II

Ronald and Erica Fisher

Ashley and Brett Altmiller

Ray Hillman and Tyanna Johnson

Carol and Adam Sullivan

Superior IV

Timothy and Bunny Pickett

Jay and Jennifer Tinder

James and Stefanie Patton

Andrea and Daniel Pickens

Eric and Renee Summers

DEATHS

Esther Kerns, 90

Date of Death: 04/30/2016

Cause of Death: Brain Hemorrhage

Nancy M. Stalter, 71

Date of Death: 05/05/2016

Cause of Death: Cerebral Vascular Attack, Ventricular Arrhythmia

James C. Bledsoe Sr., 85

Date of Death: 05/04/2016

Cause of Death: Intra Parenchymal Hemorrhage

Robert O. Young, 93

Date of Death: 05/06/2016

Cause of Death: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Chronic Hypoxic Respiratory Failure

Thomas W. Cook, 51

Date of Death: 04/28/2016

Cause of Death: Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Guy C. Looker, 61

Date of Death: 04/23/2016

Cause of Death: Liver Cell Carcinoma

Roger V. Knarr, 77

Date of Death: 04/23/2016

Cause of Death: Frailty, Atrial Fibrillation, Encephalopathy

Joe A. Duncan, 63

Date of Death: 04/16/2016

Cause of Death: Acute Myocardial Infarction, Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension

Rihard J. Barker, 86

Date of Death: 04/152016

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

Mary J. Barnett, 82

Date of Death: 04/24/2016

Cause of Death: Acute on Chronic Respiratory with Hypoxia, Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disease

Richard L. Seagrave, 85

Date of Death: 04/14/2016

Cause of Death: Acuteon Chronic Respiratory Failure with Hypoxia, End Stage Heart Disease with Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Linda L. Kendall, 71

Date of Death: 04/20/2016

Cause of Death: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Robert E. Kuhn Jr., 86

Date of Death: 04/26/2016

Cause of Death: Metastatic Colon Cancer

Mary Margaret Fulk, 81

Date of Death: 04/21/2016

Cause of Death: Failure to Thrive with Frailty, Parkinson’s Disease

Victor W. Korreckt Jr., 60

Date of Death: 04/21/2016

Cause of Death: Squamous Cell Cancer of Head and Neck with Metastases to Spine

John H. Rensberger, 81

Date of Death: 04/15/2016

Cause of Death: Acute on Chronic Systolic Heart Failure, Aortic Stenosis

Kevin G. Roberson, 50

Date of Death: 04/07/2016

Cause of Death: Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Stephen C. Lohsl, 68

Date of Death: 04/15/2016

Cause of Death: Complications of Septic Shock from Acute Pneumonia, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Hypertension, Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease

Michael K. Flower, 58

Date of Death: 04/17/2016

Cause of Death: Metastatic Renal Cancer, Acute Encephalopathy, Cardiorespiratory Arrest, Seizures

Betty J. Wilson, 93

Date of Death: 04/22/2016

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure, Cardiomyopathy

Robert W. Weintraut, 69

Date of Death: 04/21/2016

Cause of Death: Myocardial Infarction, Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Betty C. Hopkins, 85

Date of Death: 04/09/2016

Cause of Death: Chronic Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Acute Bronchitis, Debility

Patty L. Smith, 45

Date of Death: 03/11/2016

Cause of Death: Acute Fentanyl and Cocaine Intoxication

Douglas B. Morrison, 94

Date of Death: 05/01/2016

Cause of Death: Renal Failure on top of Chronic Kidney Disease, Cardiomyopathy with Systolic Dysfunction, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Atrial Fibrillation

Jean M. Trott, 86

Date of Death: 04/22/2016

Cause of Death: Cerebral Vascular Accident, Failure to Thrive, Congestive Heart Failure Systolic Dysfunction, Coronary Artery Disease

John W. Harder, 72

Date of Death: 04/18/2016

Cause of Death: Chronic Renal Failure, Pleural Effusions, Failure to Thrive, Coronary Artery Disease

Agnes A. Duncan, 86

Date of Death: 04/24/2016

Cause of Death: Insulin Dependent Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, Hypothyroidism, Paranoid Schizophrenia

Rosella M. Ulery, 95

Date of Death: 04/29/2016

Cause of Death: Sepsis, Acute Kidney Injury

Jean A. Callane, 91

Date of Death: 04/11/2016

Cause of Death: End Stage Terminal Heart Disease, Atrial Fibrillation, Dementia

Stella R. Lyke, 81

Date of Death: 04/15/2016

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure

Alberta M. Steiner, 89

Date of Death: 04/26/2016

Cause of Death: Metastatic Pancreas Cancer

Taylor C. Crockett, 74

Date of Death: 04/27/2016

Cause of Death: Metastatic Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Lung to Bones and Lymph Nodes

Clayton L. Duncan Jr., 68

Date of Death: 04/30/2016

Cause of Death: Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma with Metastases to the Liver, Alcoholic Hepatitis, Liver Failure, Jaundice, Hematemesis

Martha A. Andrews, 91

Date of Death: 04/18/2016

Cause of Death: Frailty, Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease

Henry P. Buchholz, 86

Date of Death: 04/30/2016

Cause of Death: Vascular Dementia, Coronary Artery Disease

Neva J. Slusher, 92

Date of Death: 04/27/2016

Cause of Death: Acute Renal Failure with Hyperkalemia, Hypotension

Jesse l. Adley, 89

Date of Death: 04/13/2016

Cause of Death: Sepsis, Acute Renal Failure, Hypotension, Urinary Tract Infection

Margaret R. Fortner, 77

Date of Death: 04/22/2016

Cause of Death: Coronary Atherosclerosis

Zana J. Kaufman, 95

Date of Death: 04/16/2016

Cause of Death: Breast Cancer

Jose M. Zaragoza, 83

Date of Death: 04/21/2016

Cause of Death: Metastatic Kidney Cancer

Walter E. Martin, 81

Date of Death: 04/25/2016

Cause of Death: Pneumonia, Alzheimer’s Dementia, Atrial Fibrillation

Marjorie M. Kelley, 93

Date of Death: 04/25/2016

Cause of Death: Vascular Dementia

Robert J. Shuck, 48

Date of Death: 04/21/2016

Cause of Death: Adenocarcinoma Right Upper Lobe with Adenopathy, Septic Shock, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Kevin F. Kuhns, 56

Date of Death: 04/15/2016

Cause of Death: Pulmonary Embolus, Hypertension, Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Howard W. Wolfe, 72

Date of Death: 04/26/2016

Cause of Death: Bladder Cancer with Metastases to the Bones, and Spine, Pathological Fracture of Right Femur Secondary to Cancer Spread, Chronic Pain

Carolyn L. Garrigues, 74

Date of Death: 04/07/2016

Cause of Death: Respiratory Failure, Pulmonary Fibrosis

Dennis F. Wildrick, 76

Date of Death: 05/08/2016

Cause of Death: Cardiorespiratory Arrest, Symptomatic Anemia, Metastatic Prostate Cancer, Pancytopenia

Jimmy M. Jacobson, 76

Date of Death: 05/03/2016

Cause of Death: Acute Atrial Flutter, Acute Respiratory Failure, Hypotension

Bradley S. Joyce, 54

Date of Death: 05/06/2016

Cause of Death: Cardiac Arrest, Probable CVA

Loretta Holman, 84

Date of Death: 04/30/2016

Cause of Death: Parkinson’s Disease, Progressive Dementia

Vernon F. McClish Jr., 47

Date of Death: 05/01/2016

Cause of Death: Systolic Lupus Erythematosus, Cerebral Vascular Accident

Roger K. Leach, 62

Date of Death: 04/26/2016

Cause of Death: Myocardial Ischemia Due to Acute Thrombus of the Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus

Sandra J. Millard-Moga, 70

Date of Death: 05/02/2016

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure, Ischemic Cardiomyopathy, Coronary Artery Disease

Aaron A. Grayson, 40

Date of Death: 04/28/2016

Cause of Death: Post Obstructive Pneumonia

Ernest M. Ferency, 91

Date of Death: 04/30/2016

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure

Tracy L. Betzner, 56

Date of Death: 04/27/2016

Cause of Death: Rectal Cancer

Therman L. Denman Jr., 68

Date of Death: 05/03/2016

Cause of Death: Acute on Chronic Respiratory Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Deconditioning, Malnutrition

OBITUARIES

Joseph G. Taflinger

Joseph Gregory “Greg” Taflinger, 67, Kokomo, passed away 2:19 pm on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, at his home. He was born on May 8, 1948, in Ft. Wayne, the son of Joseph William & Mary Ellen (Bush) Taflinger.

Greg worked for Chrysler Corporation, and loved Jesus. He served in the United States Army. Greg enjoyed woodworking, writing and reading poetry, drawing, fishing, art, and was a collector of antiques and motorcycles. He had also been crowned as Duke of Ft. Wayne in 1949.

Greg is survived by his mother, Mary Ellen (Jack) Johnson, Ft. Wayne; siblings, Timmie (Renita) Taflinger, Kokomo, Bruce (Sheila) Taflinger, Kokomo, Jackie (Brenda) Phillips, New Port Richey, FL, Brentwood Phillips, Huntington, Paul Chapman, Orlando, FL, Tony Taflinger, Kokomo, along with several nieces and nephews.

Greg was preceded in death by his father, Joseph William Taflinger, brother, Rick Taflinger, sisters, Sherrie Chapman, and Teri Jo Taflinger.

Shirley & Stout Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Messages of condolence may be left online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Bradley S. Joyce

Bradley S. Joyce, 54, Kokomo, passed away at 4:46 a.m. on Friday, May 6, 2016, at St. Vincent Hospital in Kokomo. He was born September 16, 1961, in Kokomo, to Paul E. and Marilyn J. (Bone) Joyce. On November 24, 1979, he married his high school sweetheart, Kaye R. McDaniel, and she survives.

He owned and operated Mouser’s Auto Repair and had also worked at Wilson’s Meat Processing. He was an avid dirt track race car fan and raced stockcars and modifieds for over 30 years. He was the crew chief for his oldest grandsons and was the rookie director for the Kokomo Quarter Midget Club. He had a great love for children, especially his three grandsons.

In addition to the love of his life, Kaye Joyce, he is survived by two daughters, Nikole (Billy) Bolton, Kokomo, and Autumn (Keith, Jr.) Chesshir, Kokomo; beloved grandsons, Deaven Bolton, Kayeleb Bolton, and Emerson Chesshir; one sister, Janice (Tony) Waggoner, Roann; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Shirley & Stout Funeral Home & Crematory handled the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to establish a college fund for Bradley’s grandchildren. Messages of condolence may be expressed online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Nancy M. Stalter

Nancy M. Stalter, 71, of Kokomo, passed away at 1:36 PM, Thursday, May 5, 2016 at her residence. She was born on April 2, 1945 in Kokomo to the late Thomas and Cecil (Conwell) Haworth. She married Jack L. Stalter on January 9, 1963 and he preceded her in death on December 12, 2007.

Nancy retired from Ray’s Drive-In after 23 years of employment. Nancy loved going to family-outings and being with her family. She loved her grandchildren and enjoyed babysitting for them. When she wasn’t spending time with her family, she enjoyed going to casinos.

Nancy is survived by two daughters, Joanie (Tom) Tusing, and Tammy (Terry) Davis; five grandchildren, Amber (Mike) Comparet, Jill Davis, Jacob Davis, Jordan Davis, and Christina Lopez; several great-grandchildren; brother, Richard Haworth; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 44 years, Jack; grandson, Kent Davis; and five sisters and six brothers.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements.

Robert O. Young

Robert O. Young, 93, Kokomo, passed away at 1:45 p.m. on Friday, May 6, 2016, at Wellbrooke of Kokomo. He was born March 22, 1923, in Jackman, Maine, to Harry Clifford and Edith (Fisher) Young.

Robert enjoyed singing, playing various musical instruments, painting and refinishing wood, fishing, playing Santa Claus, and taking trips to Maine to visit with family and friends. He loved singing in the church choir and helping people, especially washing cars and cleaning house.

He is survived by his sister, Marjorie (Donald) Robinson; nieces and nephews, Skip (Bonnie) Young, Skowhegan, Maine, Christopher (Becky) Young, Pleasant Pond, Maine, Timothy (Judy) Young, Staten Island, New York, Debra (John) Smith, Kokomo, Bruce (Liz) Robinson, Greentown, and Barbara (Brian) Adams, Kokomo; and several grandnieces and grandnephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; step-father, Charles Githens; and brother, Donald Young.

Memorial contributions may be made to the music department at the First Church of the Nazarene. Message of condolence may be expressed online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Willard C. Sargent

Willard C. Sargent, 92, of Kokomo, passed away at 12:20 a.m. on Friday, May 6, 2016, at Golden Living Center in Kokomo. He was born August 28, 1923, in Kokomo, to Leo M. and Lola E. (Bullock) Sargent. On February 14, 1944, he married Jean D. Sargent, and she preceded him in death on October 4, 2012.

He attended Kokomo High School and went on to serve in the United State Army Air Corps where he was stationed in Guam during World War II. After his military service, Willard worked as a salesman for Sears for twenty years and also for Ko-We-Ba. He was a three time Indiana Golden Glove boxing champion and coached the 1962 Eagles City League Champions. He enjoyed square dancing and taught round dancing. He was a member of Heartland Ministries.

He is survived by his sons, James (Bari) Sargent, and Larry (Andi) Sargent; grandchildren, Tammy (Jason) Lewis, James Sargent, Jr., Kathy Sargent, Chris (Margie) Johnson, Bradley (Lauren) Johnson, Michael (Rachel) Sargent, Misty (Brian) Clark, Tonia Gaines, and Carl (Amy) Sargent; 22 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.

In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters, and three brothers.

Shirley & Stout Funeral Home handled the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Heartland Ministries Building Fund. Messages of condolence may be expressed online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Donald J. Murphy

Donald J. “Duck” Murphy, 60, of Kokomo, passed away at 5:10 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at St. Vincent – St. Joseph Hospital.

Duck was born on July 27, 1955 in Kokomo to the late Eddie R. and Darlene Widner Murphy. He married Darlene L. Burge on February 21, 1987 in Kokomo. Duck graduated from Haworth High School and retired from Chrysler Corporation. He enjoyed baseball, coaching baseball, shooting pool, sprint cars, Cubs, cooking, riding his bicycle, and going to family gatherings.

Duck is survived by his wife, Darlene L. Murphy; son, Kinser R. Murphy of Kokomo; brothers, Joe Murphy and Jim Murphy both of Kokomo; sisters, Ginger Murphy, Vickie Murphy, and Vanessa Harp all of Kokomo; and several nieces and nephews.

Duck is preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Glen E. Murphy.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements.

Constance

M. Feightner

Constance Marie (Heinemann) Feightner “Connie”, passed away at 5:30 am on Sunday, May 8, 2016, at Wellbrooke of Kokomo. She was born on April 14, 1923, in Kokomo, the daughter of Hursell B. & Edith M. (Graham) Heinemann. On April 28, 1946, she married Charles Thomas Feightner, and he preceded her in death on May 24, 1958.

Connie, in her youth, helped her parents operate Heinemann’s Grocery store, which was located on east Markland Avenue. She was employed at Delco Radio during WWII, and at Delco/GM from 1965 until her retirement in 1986. Connie was well-known locally for the hundreds of charcoal and pastel portraits that she so skillfully and beautifully made of loved ones for many families in the community. She was also known for other types of art, such as, religious Christian, landscapes, American Indians, and animals. Connie had graduated and won a scholarship from the Art Institute of Minneapolis, MN.

Connie is survived by her children, Kitty K. (Ralph) Troyer, and Terry T. (Sandy) Feightner; grandchildren, Suzanne (Mark) Bradford, Karen (John) Stout, Tom (Andria) Troyer, and Bob (Penny) Sokol; great-grandchildren, Levi Bradford, Kaylynn Stout, Adam Stout, Xander Sokol, and Dane Sokol, along with her special buddy, “Fancy”.

Connie was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Tom Feightner, and brother, Ken J. Heinemann.

Shirley & Stout Funeral Home & Crematory handled the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Messages of condolence may be left online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Harold F. Boyd

Harold F. Boyd, 86 of Tipton died at 10:53 a.m. on Friday, May 6, 2016 at his residence. He was born on August 13, 1929 in Tipton to Guernie & Bessie (Calvin) Boyd. On July 5, 1952 he married Betty Charlene Osburn and she survives.

He retired from farming where he had a livestock hauling business for many years. Fred also worked at Atlanta Crop Service after retiring from farming. He graduated from Tipton High School in 1947 and was an active member of Atlanta Christian Church. Fred was a member of Elks Lodge and American Legion Post 46 both in Tipton. Fred also was a member of Farm Bureau where he served on Farm Bureau Board of Directors for 12 years. He served in the United States Army 1952-1954, a veteran of the Korean War.

Fred is survived by his wife, Betty; three children, Kenny Boyd and wife Vicky, Tipton, Dianna Boyd, Noblesville, Randy Boyd and wife Cindy, Beulah, Michigan; a brother, John Boyd, Tipton; five grandchildren, Kenny Lee Boyd, Melissa Boyd, Paula Hemmer, Kristen Boyd, Courtney Boyd, great-grandchildren, Shelton Boyd, Zack Boyd, Cailee Boyd, Contessa Crowder, Shannon Crowder, and Aniston Hemmer.

Young-Nichols Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Atlanta Christian Church, P.O. Box 187, Atlanta, Indiana 46031.

Frances H. Carter

Frances H. Carter, age 88, passed away on May 6, 2016 at Millers Merry Manor in Tipton. She was born on October 15, 1927 in Louisville, Kentucky to James and Catherine (Boyd) Hopkins. On August 10, 1945 she married Eathel Carter in a ceremony in Goldsmith, Indiana and he preceded her in death on May 20, 2006.

Frances was a 1944 graduate of Jefferson Township Senior High School. She was a member of the Hobbs United Methodist Church, the Shrine Guild and the Hobbs Lively Ladies. Frances enjoyed, sewing, knitting, crocheting, playing Bingo, traveling and camping. She was a wonderful cook and baker. Frances truly loved her family and for years hosted many gatherings at her home in Hobbs. She was a former employee at Delco Electronics for over 20 years.

Frances is survived by her four children; Larry (Karen) Carter, Linda Bob) Burkert, Max (Geneva) Carter and Kathy (Joe) Carter. Also surviving are 8 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild and a sister, Anne Wolford along with several nieces and nephews.

Frances is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Eathel, two daughters; Sue Burkett and Joyce Carter, 1 great grandchild, Kevin Carter, along with 1 brother and 2 sisters.

Porter Funeral Home handled the arrangements. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Shriners Hospital. The family would also like to thank Millers Merry Manor and Guardian Angel Hospice for the wonderful care provided during Frances’s stay at the facility.

Nathanial

J. Comoglio

“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly” - Richard Roth

Nathanial James Comoglio went home to sing with the angels Saturday, May 7, 2016. Nathan was born Oct. 23, 1994.

He had a love for all music and connected with country music most often. He had a fascination for numbers, weather, and “country drives.” Nathan enjoyed playing video games, watching movies, and television. He had worked at Bona Vista. Nathan’s heart was as big as the moon, and his smile shined brighter than the stars.

Nathan is survived by his mother, Angela Ramer, Kokomo; his father, Jim Verrett, Kokomo; his sisters, Emma, Shelby, and Lexie Verrett, Kokomo; his grandparents, Caryle Comoglio, Kokomo, and Bobbi Funke (John), Tipton; his uncles and aunt, Greg and Becky Comoglio, Logansport, Tony Comoglio, Kokomo, and Sean C. Mayse, Kokomo; his aunts, Lynda Comoglio, Kokomo, and Sonja Verrett (Eugene Lee), Kokomo; his mentor, Darren Green, Indianapolis; and his cousins, friends, and all who were honored, blessed and touched to share in his joyful and “awesome” life.

Nathan was preceded in death by his stepfather and “Bud,” Joe Ramer, and his grandfather, Ray Comoglio Jr.

Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home handled the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60606. A tribute to Nathan’s life may be viewed online atwww.sunsetmemorygarden.com, where condolences may be shared with his family.

Dennis F. Wildrick

Dennis F. Wildrick, 76 of Kokomo died at 10:05 a.m. on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at Community Howard Regional Health, Kokomo. He was born on February 11, 1940 in Logansport, Indiana to Eugene W. and Elsie F. (Garrett) Wildrick. On January 19, 1991 he married Sharon A. Medlen and she survives.

He worked at Chrysler Corporation as a Machine Operator and was a member of U.A.W. 685 where he was a past Union Steward. Dennis was an avid golfer and car enthusiast. He enjoyed his pets and animals. Dennis loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He also served in the United States Air Force.

He is survived by his wife, Sharon; a daughter, Denise Quillen and husband Patrick, Lafayette; four sons, Scot Wildrick and wife Beth, Flora, Indiana, Dana Wildrick and wife Blanca, Lafayette, Dennis Paul Wildrick, Logansport, Matthew Wildrick and wife Stacy, Walton, Indiana; a brother, Ronald Wildrick and wife Loraine, New Bedford, Massachusetts; 16 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Young-Nichols Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

Richard A.

Mauermann

Richard A. Mauermann, 76, Kokomo, passed away Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Indianapolis. He was born July 4, 1939, in Marion, Ohio, the son of Harvey and Norma Mauermann.

Richard retired from the United States Air Force after serving 22 years. He also retired from Emergency Radio Services.

Richard is survived by his wife of 55 years, Betty Mauermann; his sons, Jerry Mauermann and Mark Mauermann; and his grandsons, Ben and Jake.

Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

A tribute to Richard’s life may be viewed online at www.sunsetmemorygarden.com, where condolences may be shared with his family.

Joan M. Walsh

Joan Marie Walsh, 81, of Kokomo passed away at 3:30 PM Monday May 9, 2016 at her residence. Born July 8, 1934 in Chicago, Illinois, she was the daughter of the late Wilbert A. Trischman and Florence C. (McNamara) Trischman. She graduated from the Loretto Academy in Chicago on June 8, 1953. On January 28, 1954 in Chicago, she married James G. Walsh. He preceded her in death on August 17, 2011. She loved spending time with her family and attending her grandchildren’s activities and sporting events. She was also an avid Pacers and Peyton Manning fan. She was a Den mother and was also involved with the Girl Scouts. She worked for Sears, Illinois Bell Telephone Co., Montgomery Ward, and retired after 27 ½ years from St. Joseph Hospital and Health Center as an O.B. technician. She was a member of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church.

Survivors include three sons Steven Walsh, Robert (Teresa) Walsh, and Michael (Teresa0 Walsh, all of Kokomo; one daughter Sharon (Tim) Waltman of Kokomo; one brother James (Sharon) Trischman of Kokomo; 23 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; one son James G. Walsh Jr.; one sister Dorothy Seybold; one daughter-in-law Pam Walsh; great grandchildren Steven Riley, Chloe Manton, Zachariah and Karly Marie Thompson, and Kaylee Brianne Thompson.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church with envelopes available at the mortuary and the church.

Charlie L. Hensler

On May 6, 2016, Charlie passed away peacefully of natural causes in Punta Gorda, Florida. Charlie was 89 years old.

The only child of Lloyd C. and Idella Hensler, Charlie was born in Plevna, Indiana on March 22, 1927.

Charlie grew up on a gravel road in Plevna, Indiana. He spent his summers working for neighbors as a farmhand. After school, he enjoyed playing basketball and excelled on the court so much that he was inducted into the Indiana high school basketball hall of fame.

During World War II, Charlie enlisted in the military and was stationed in Panama. One of the delights of his life was telling stories about his time in Panama, where he was amazed by the heat, the heavy rain, and the new people he met. He would often share the story of being on guard duty at night listening to the strange and exotic noises of the jungle. When the other guys would get furlough to go out drinking, he would stay on base with his friends and play basketball. He also recounted that once he was instructed to open the limousine door for General Eisenhower, who later became the President.

When he returned home from the war, he dated and married Donna Joan Sommers, who he met at church. In 1953, he started building their first house, where he and Donna would go on to raise their three children, Stan, Tammy, and Chrisann. Later in life Charlie would build a second house in Sunnybreeze Punta Gorda, Florida where he and Donna would enjoy their retirement.

After his service in the army Charlie worked at Chrysler on and off for six and a half years, but eventually left to work for himself. Charlie was an entrepreneur and throughout his working career he ran his own heating and air conditioning business, worked as a sub-contractor for over 25 years for Sears, and he also had a successful apartment rental business in Kokomo. He prided himself in his strong work ethic and enjoyed his work very much.

As young adults, Charlie and Donna were active members in the Mennonite church. They co-lead youth groups, church retreats, and later in marriage renewal retreats. Living according to Christian ethics and values was very important to Charlie. He instilled these values in his children and grandchildren, and was dedicated to serving others and following the example of Jesus Christ. Once, a co-worker asked Charlie if he drank alcohol or smoked. Charlie said “no,” and the coworker asked him quizzically how he had fun. Charlie just smiled.

Besides being a craftsman and being excellent in sports, Charlie was also an inventor, a writer, and an artist. In the 1980’s he invented a tool to bend sheet metal for heating ducts called ‘the Hensler Bender,’ which is still being sold today. Despite having dyslexia, he wrote three books and several poems. His first book was about his life in Plevna, his second book was about the history of Donna and his community in Florida, and his last book was his own autobiography. During the middle of his life he learned the art of oil paints and created several painting upon subjects including scenic landscapes, nature, and portraits.

Charlie loved ‘kidding,’ and will be especially remembered for his great sense of humor. He also loved discussing politics, reading books on history, watching sports, and spending time in nature. He was proud that throughout his life he had planted over 300 trees. An avid bird watcher, he also enjoyed fishing and hunting in his youth.

His mother and father preceded him in death. Charlie is survived by his wife Donna “Sommers” Hensler; his children Stan Hensler and his wife Pam, Tammy Strickler and her husband Craig, and Chrisann Longstreet and her husband Rich; his grandchildren: Misty Kay, Weston Strickler, Jason Kendall, Shanna McDonald, Brandon Kendall, Scott Hensler, and Camrin Anderson; and his faithful dog Chaude. Charlie is also survived by his 10 great-grandchildren.

His greatest love in life was his family, to whom he modeled integrity and honesty, and respect for one another. As he shares in one of his poems,

“I’m part of a family that doesn’t fight within, that helps each other every way they can, and are grateful too, for each and every good thing they do.”

Margaret A. Stroud

Margaret Ann Stroud, 68, of Kokomo, passed away at 3:23 pm on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Margaret was born on November 9, 1947 in Crothersville to the late Thelma Young Roseberry.

Margaret was a homemaker. She enjoyed playing bingo, and loved her family very much.

Margaret is survived by her children, Hank Wells of Kokomo, Kimberly Shupperd of Kokomo, Mike (Tash) Stroud of Sharpsville, Delores Bell of Kokomo, and James Jones of Bunker Hill; siblings, Liza (Louie) Rodgers, Frances Zellmer, John Roseberry, Inez Knapp and Albert (Ruth) Roseberry all of Indianapolis; grandchildren, Branden Wells, April Wells, Amber Wells, Ashley (Amber) Shupperd, Michael Stroud, Brianna Drake, Lucas Drake, Gavin Sample, Lakedra Chriss, Crystal Chriss, and Renetta Greene; 8 great grandchildren; and Companion/Best Friend, Edward McDandal;

She was preceded in death by her mother, two sisters, and a brother.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements.

Alice I. Carter

Alice I. Carter, 90, of Russiaville passed away at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at Wellbrooke of Kokomo. She was born on March 17, 1926 in Tipton County to William Ross and Jennie (Touby) Fennell. On July 18, 1948 Alice married Herman T. Carter and he passed away on December 22, 2005.

Alice was a graduate of Prairie Township High School. She was a member of the Russiaville Friends Meeting, Happy Homemakers extension club and a member of USFW. Alice was a homemaker and farm wife.

Survivors include her children Judy (John) Deahl of Kokomo, Dave (Jena) Carter of Russiaville, Stan Carter of Russiaville, Duane (Kelley) Carter of Russiaville, Roger (Vonda) Carter of Russiaville; grandchildren Michael Deahl, Brad (Kate) Carter, Andrea (Dwight) Moser, Jeff (Kristine) Carter, Nicole (Barrett) Bates, Craig (Emily) Reed, Ross (Kaitlin) Carter, Reid (Fiancé Kara Aaron) Carter, Riley Carter, Reagan Carter, Courtney (Mark) Wagner, Cristin Carter, Chelsey (Fiancé Taylor Pickering) Carter; great grandchildren Emma Reed and Tyler Reed, Emory Carter, Amee Moser, Charlotte Moser, Eleanor Carter, Parker Bates, Madelynn Bates, Scarlett Carter, Nora Jane Wagner; brother in-law and sister in-law Wayne (Kay) Carter Rosemary Carter, Joanne Carter, Karlene Carter.

Alice was preceded in death by her parents William Ross and Jennie Fennell; husband Herman Carter; sister Esther Fennell; brother Harold (Mary) Fennell.

Online condolences may be left at www.stoutandson.com. Stout & Son Funeral Home is assisting the family with the funeral arrangements.

Clyde W. Johnson

Clyde Wesley Johnson, 80, passed away Thursday, May 5, 2016 in California. He was born January 8, 1936 to Robert and Gladys Johnson in Mulberry, IN with an older sister Mae and younger siblings Robert, Janelle, and Jill (Donnie). Clyde grew up on a dairy farm milking the cows and working the family farm and earned his Eagle Scout in 1951 and was a winner of several awards in 4-H. He graduated Mulberry High School in 1953 and studied received his BS in Agriculture at Purdue University. He entered Medical School at Indiana University and received his MD in 1961 while working his way through school. He entered the Army Medical Corps and served in the States at Ft. Knox, KY and Ft. Ord, CA. Clyde was a leading doctor at Newhall Community Hospital and Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital in Santa Clarita, CA for 40 years with his partner Benito Tan. Besides delivering babies, working the emergency room and taking care of people’s medical needs, he helped bring cutting edge medicine to the community. He supported the local sports teams by doing physicals at Hart High School and others, as well as, being the physician on hand at many games. Through the years he was married, first to Mary Ann with whom he had five boys: Robert (Michele), Matthew (Pixie), Lloyd, Vincent (Christine), and Glenn (Melissa); then to Dana with two step-daughters, Kim and Carrie; and later to Daniele for 22 years, with his step-son, Frank (Teresa). He taught his kids a good work ethic by teaching them to fix several rental houses in the area. He also taught them to love camping and the outdoors through many trips to the National Parks throughout the country. A real adventurer, Clyde had been a pilot of small planes, became an avid and accomplished scuba diver after retiring from medicine, went skydiving for his 65th birthday, and was a world traveler whose list of passport stamps included all of the continents except Antarctica - China, Tanzania, most of Europe, Peru, Australia, many Pacific and Caribbean islands, Central America, Canada, Russia and many, many more. He was the patriarch of the family and is survived by his large and loving family, including his grandchildren: Jenny, Chris, Sarah, Joshua, Natalie, Angela, Grace, Wesley, Akorren, Zhivanna, Merlova, Shoshauni and Marlyn; great-grandchildren: Aurora, Kona, Marina, Keilana, Thomas, Arthur, Mikaela, Adrienna, Jacob, Genevieve, Lorelei, Zion and Miyin; great- great- grandchild: Luna. Also, the many people he provided inspiration and support for, as well as health care to, for many years. Online condolences may be left at www.stoutandson.com. Stout & Son Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.

Pansy M. Hipp

Pansy Mae Hipp, 89, Greentown, passed away at 9:48 pm on Tuesday May 11, 2016, at Wellbrooke at Kokomo. She was born on February 4, 1927, in Lone Pine, Arkansas, the daughter of Edgar Allen & Floda (Hazelwood) Stark. On November 4, 1944, she married Glynn A. Hipp in Heber Springs, Arkansas, and he preceded her in death on March 22, 1995.

Pansy was a 1945 graduate of Heber Springs High School. She was seamstress and had worked for the La Mode Shop, Kamer Mens Clothing Store, and the Greentown Dry Cleaners. Pansy loved to quilt and embroider. She especially enjoyed traveling along country roads, antiquing and going to flea markets. Pansy loved get togethers with family and considered the perfect day to be, spending time with family, eating out and listening to country music. In her later years, she enjoyed watching Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, and playing Bingo.

Pansy is survived by her children, Glynn H. (Gail) Hipp, Noblesville, Penny (Charlie) Hall, Kokomo, Chris (Tammy) Hipp, New Port Richey, FL, and Nick (Jennifer) Hipp, Amboy; grandchildren, Brian Hipp, Noblesville, Lindsay Hipp, Kokomo, Chandler Hipp, Converse, and Shelby Hipp, Amboy; great-grandchildren, Brayden Hipp, and Kyle Hipp, both of Noblesville.

Pansy was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Glynn A. Hipp, brothers, Eugene, Major, Collin, and Paul Stark, along with her special friend and cousin, Geraldine Brady.

Shirley & Stout Funeral Home & Crematory handled the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. Messages of condolence may be left online at www.shirleyandstout.com.

Kevin M. Beck

Kevin M. Beck, 64, of Galveston, passed away Wednesday evening at his residence. He was born January 15, 1952 in Logansport to Max D. and Eldonna (Butts) Beck.

Kevin worked for Complete Commercial Roofing. He had served in many capacities in the roofing business since 1971 such as bidding and estimating roofing jobs. He graduated from Lewis Cass High School and attended Ball State University. Kevin was a member of Center United Methodist Church and enjoyed farming and Formula One Racing. He served as a mechanic for several Formula One Racing Teams.

Surviving family include his mother, Eldonna Beck, Galveston; sisters, Cindy Martz of Goshen and Myla and Rick Cohee of Galveston. Nieces and Nephews, Monica (Ken) Holmes, Michelle (John) Oyer Fowler, Jason Cohee, Michael (Melissa) Cohee and Matthew (Kristin) Cohee. Great Nieces and Nephews, Katie, Kyle and Rachael Holmes; Nick, Jessica and Zachary Oyer, Kenny (Sarah) Holmes; Evan, Cameron, Elizabeth and Katherine Cohee. Great Great Nieces and Nephews, Chloe Nolen, Kenny, Bradley and Addison Holmes and Abbigail and Caroline Fowler. He kept watch over his special great nephew, Max Cohee at the St. Vincent Womens’ Hospital in Indianapolis. He is also survived by special cousins, Donnie Beck and Barb Elkins. Kevin was preceded in death by his father Max Beck, Grandparents, and cousin Eddie Beck.

Memorial contributions may be given to the Galveston Vol. Fire Dept. Ambulance Service, the Young America Vol. Fire Dept. or the Center United Methodist Church. You may sign the online register book at www.murrayweaverfuneralhome.com Murray Weaver Funeral Home in Galveston are in charge of arrangements.

Jack H. Mitchell

Jack H. Mitchell, 70, of Forest passed away at 11:28 am on Monday, May 2, 2016. Following Jack’s wishes he was cremated and a private family memorial service was held at Stout & Son Funeral Home 200 E. Main St. Russiaville. Online condolences may be left at www.stoutandson.com.

Grace H. Ball

Grace H. Ball, 97, of Kokomo, went to meet the Lord at 9:56 a.m. on Friday, May 13, 2016 at her home.

Grace was born on December 30, 1918 in Menominee, Michigan to the late Richard and Charlotte Dragger Lingensjo. She married Rev. James E. Ball on November 11, 1939 in Mankato, Minnesota. Grace was a member of Full Gospel Tabernacle. She was the wife of a Pastor and spent several years as a Missionary with her family. Grace was a wonderful mother and grandmother. Her family was always first. Grace was a loving and giving person who was loved by all.

Grace is survived by her children, James R. (Sherri) Ball of Kokomo, Charlotte (Robert) White of Kokomo, and Ruth E. Ball of Kokomo; sisters, Carol (Harold) Mason of Arizona City, Arizona, and Ruth Hallberg of Bakersfield, California; 12 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren.

Grace is preceded in death by her parents; husband of 71 years, Rev. James E. Ball; son, Rev. David R. Ball; grandson, Nathan Turner; two great-grandchildren, Brittany Webster and Gavin turner; and a brother, Leonard Lingensjo.

Memorial contributions may be made to Full Gospel Tabernacle Mission Fund, 1709 Faith Road, Kokomo, Indiana 46901.

William W. Walsh

William “Bill” E. Walsh, 76, of Kokomo, passed away at 7:39 a.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at St. Vincent Hospital – Kokomo.

Bill was born in Elwood, Indiana on April 23, 1940. He graduated from Swayzee High School and retired from Haynes International after 22 ½ years. Bill married Karen S. Jenness on August 19, 1977 in Windfall. He was a farmer since he was 12 years old, worked as a security guard for Argosy Casino, and was on the Wildcat Volunteer Fire Department. Bill enjoyed racing, hunting, fishing, IU basketball, Colts football, and watching Tony Stewart race.

Bill is survived by his wife, Karen S. Walsh; step-daughters, Donna (Joel) Roby of Kokomo, and Lisa (Brian) Yohler of Indianapolis; mother, Madonna Jack of Winamac; grandchildren, Holly Nethercutt, Kyle Nethercutt, and Matt Hodges; 6 great-grandchildren; one sister; and several nieces and nephews.

Bill is preceded in death by his father, Ben Walsh.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements.

Kim L. Murphy

Kim Lorene Murphy, 58, of Kokomo, went to be with her Heavenly Father on Thursday, May 12, 2016. She was born on December 17, 1957 in Kokomo to the late Everett and Evelyn Chapman. On February 4, 1977, she married the love of her life, Melvin Murphy.

Kim graduated from Kokomo High School in 1976. She received a degree from Tidewater Community College in Virginia to become a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant. She worked at Kokomo Rehabilitation and Goshen Hospital. Kim was a proud Navy wife for 20 years and lived at Great Lakes Naval Station and in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Kim had a strong faith in the lord which gave her strength and courage during her long battle with cancer. She had a great wit, loved to laugh, tell family stories and talk about her grandchildren.

She is survived by her husband, Melvin Murphy; sons, Nathan (Angel) Murphy and James (Angela) Murphy; grandchildren, Caitlynn Murphy, Erynn Murphy, Hadynn Murphy, Rocco Murphy, Conner Murphy, and Jackson Murphy; brother, Dennis Chapman; sisters, Marcia (Don) Frazier, Sharon Bledsoe, Sheila (Larry) Haulter, and Kathie Chapman; several nieces and nephews; and two little schnauzers, Bunny Ann and Chief.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and mother-in-law, Nancy Murphy.

Ellers Mortuary handled the arrangements.

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort.” 2 Corinthians 1:3

Jasper C. Henson

Jasper C. “Jay” Henson, 73, passed away at his home on May 12, 2016, surrounded by his loved ones. He was born om April 13, 1943 in Corning, AR to Isaac Henry and Eula Faye (James) Henson.

He was preceded in death by his parents, 6 brothers: Virgil, Bill, Noah, Bearl, Gearl and Don; one daughter, Jennie Lowry and one son, Jay Leon Henson. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Ruth “White” Henson; daughter Leslie Weeks (fiancé Russell Kalata); daughter-in-law, Sandra Henson (fiancé Glen Robinson); son-in-law, Stacy Lowry (fiancé Caroline Howard); eight grandchildren: Alysia, Amanda, A.J., Chad, Amber, Corie, Kyra, Jay, Zachary, and Alex; seven great grandchildren; aunts, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law; nieces and nephews he loved.

Jay attended Prairie School in Tipton Co. Later he received his G.E.D. and took classes at Ivy Tech. He joined the National Guard, but a week before leaving for Basic Training, he was thrown from the passenger seat of a car and broke his neck. Doctors said he would never walk again. With steadfast determination, he did walk.

He was a jack-of-all trades. He was employed at Continental Steel Mill, Ace Hardware, Tipton Co. Surveyors Office, he built houses, was an auto mechanic, and co-owner of a bait store.

In the late 70’s, he was a member of the Ind. Alligators CB Club, and was known as Jay Hawk. The club had fund raisers to earn money to have parties for the children at Bona Vista. During the blizzards of 1977 and 1978, he was a volunteer for the Red Cross, and dispatched snow mobiles and 4 wheelers for those in need. He was also in charge of organizing Sycamore School as an emergency shelter. About this time, he was also a volunteer for the Civil Defense.

Jay enjoyed riding horses. He sometimes played drums in his brother Bearl’s band. He loved dressing as Dracula for Halloween so much he volunteered many years for the Jay Cee’s Logansport, and Kokomo haunted house. He helped build the sets, make costumes, and taught them how to apply makeup. His artistic accomplishments became widely known, and impressed T.V. icon, “Sammy Terry” to make an appearance at the Kokomo Haunted House Grand Opening; by arriving in Jay’s personal hearse.

He loved fishing. After retiring, he found pleasure in woodworking, and became very good at it.

He often said, “You have to work through the pain, and get on with living.” His wishes were to be cremated.

The obituary for Jay was lovingly written by his family.

Roma J. Heaton

Roma Jean Heaton, 88, of Danville, IL passed away at 6:35pm at her home on April 30, 2016. She was born on November 30, 1927 in Kokomo to John and Eula (Brown) DeWeese. Roma was married to Charles D. Heaton who and he passed away in 2005.

Roma was a school secretary for Danville Schools for 35 years.

Survivors include daughter-in law Nancy Heaton; brother Rex (Sue) DeWeese; sisters Gloria Young, Marilyn Haack, Sue Parker, Kay (Bob) Berry, Connie Moss; two grandchildren Michael Heaton, Matthew (Heidi) Heaton; and three great grandchildren Natalie and Jacob Heaton, and Aiden Heaton.

Roma was preceded in death by her parents John and Eula DeWeese; husband Charles D. Heaton; son Stephen K. Heaton; and brohter Bill DeWeese.

Online condolences may be left at www.stoutandson.com. Stout & Son Funeral Home is assisting the family with the funeral arrangements.

Claudette

Casselmen

Our loving mother, Claudette (Cadieux) Casselman, 72, Kokomo, passed away Friday, May 13, 2016. She was born June 7, 1943 Windsor, Ontario Canada to Archille and Irene (Paquette) Cadieux. She was of the Catholic faith. Claudette worked in retail sales for many years, and loved helping style women.

Claudette is survived by her four children, Yvonne Marie Wilson (Doug), James Casselman (Patty), Deborah Marie Akers (Mark) and Lisa Marie Huntley (Mark); her 11 grandchildren, whom she adored, Jennifer, Nathan, and Joseph Wilson, Kristen and John Casselman, Kristopher Akers (fiancee Amy) and Clinton Akers, Kacie Stucker (Capt. Clinton Stucker), Tiffany Mundell-Hegstad (fiance Nathan Whittamore), and Christina and Whitney Hegstad; her seven great-grandchildren, Lucas, Donovan, Alainey, Talya, Hayden, Zella Mae, and Hunter; and her siblings, Lillian Pfannes (Ed), Pauline Seifert, Diane Sarzynski (Mike), Susanne Ham (Greg). She was preceded in death by her parents; her maternal grandparents, William and Sophie Paquette; her paternal grandparents, Napoleon and Virgine Cadieux; her sister, Annette Cadieux; and her niece Jessica Cadieux. Sunset Memory Garden handled the arrangements.