Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Lost Loved Ones...

So ,I was just sent the obituary of Aunt Garnett, and thought I would share it, when it just got me thinking of how many loved ones we have lost in just the last few months... it just doesn't seem right to lose so many wonderful people in such a short time.. I know it isn't a loss, but rather a temporary goodbye, but for some reason or another, it just doesn't make it any easier while we are here, because these precious people leave such a huge imprint on our hearts.  I just wanted to post these, so I have them, and so they are here.
Lynx, Ashes... I haven't forgotten you either....

March 17, 2012

Wilma Jane (Frye) Kuhn

TERRE HAUTE — Wilma Jane (Frye) Kuhn, 81, went to be with the Lord at 2:20 p.m. on Friday, March 16, 2012, at home surrounded by family and friends.

She was born in Edgar County on Aug. 31, 1930, the daughter of Leslie L. and Vera Marie (Leasher) Frye. She married Clayton E. Kuhn of Marshall on June 25, 1948, in Clark County.

She is survived by her husband; five children, Debra (Larry) Dickson of Marshall; Curtis (Mary) Kuhn of Grand Prairie, Texas; Sheila (Kevin) Davidson of Marshall, Darrell (Kathy) Kuhn of Marshall, and Vanessa (Danny) Pinkston of Parksville, Ky.; 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren: Jason and Kirsten Kelly, Anne and Orion; Daniel Kuhn; Aimee and Allen Smith, Iain and Lachlan; Leslie and Russell Moran, Russ; David Kelly and finance April Scott, Autumn, Ethan, Logan and Anthony; Lucas and Toni Floyd, Alexis and Haley; Matthew and Sarah Davidson, Xander, Raylee, Ezra and Zoe; Charity and Abdiel Palafox; Aaron and Delonda Floyd; Kristen and Ryan Sullivan; Jordan Davidson; Justin and Joy Kuhn and Amber Kuhn; and many nieces and nephews.

Wilma is also survived by two sisters, Pauline Beauchamp of Paris and Darlene (Max) Elliott of Union, Mich., two stepsisters and one stepbrother.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Vera Marie Leasher; her father, Leslie L. Frye; her stepmother, Undine Eldredge Frye; her brother, Earnest Eugene Frye, and one stepsister.

Wilma was a devoted wife and mother who enjoyed being involved in church activities and spending time with her family. Her hobbies included sewing, crocheting, and gardening. She practiced hospitality and always opened her doors to those in need.

She was retired from TRW and Charles Industries in Marshall. She was an active member of the Marshall church of Christ and also attended the Paris church of Christ.

 Wilma was loved and cared for by her caretakers Dawn Mead, Marilyn Duzan, Kay Adams, Kathy Cox, and previously by Kay Martin, Teresa Brewster, Marilea Plew, Janice Wallace and others.

Celebration of her life will be at the Marshall church of Christ on Monday at 10 a.m. with Gordon Wonsey, minister of Paris Church of Christ officiating. Visitation will be Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. at Pearce Funeral Home in Marshall and also one hour prior to services at the church on Monday. Burial will follow at the Marshall Cemetery. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the Marshall City Band.

Garnett Lucille Floyd
(May 9, 1927 - April 21, 2012) 

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Mrs. Garnett Lucille Kelly Floyd 84 of Shelbyville died Saturday, April 21st, at the Christian Care Center of Bedford County. She was born May 9, 1927 in Paris, Illinois; a retired employee of Musgrave Pencil Company and a member of the Church of Christ.
She was the daughter of the late Jesse and Mildred Fuqua Kelly and the wife of the late Charles A. Floyd. She was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Ellen Ashby.
She is survived by three sons, Robert L. Floyd of Shelbyville, Charles Edward “Chuck” (Dorothy) Floyd of Houston, Texas, Russell Eugene (Cindy) Floyd of Marshall, Illinois; two sisters, Nora Lance and Carolyn Comstock of Paris, Illinois; five brothers, Forrest Kelly, Herman Kelly, Jim Kelly, Jack Kelly and Wayne Kelly all of Paris, Illinois; eighteen Grandchildren and thirty-one Great Grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, April 25th, at Hillcrest Funeral Home Kevin Smith officiating. Burial will follow at Hollywood Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Obituary For: Garnett Lucille Floyd | HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME and CEMETERY


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Leo Winston Hindsley, 82, went to be with the Lord on November 29, 2011, with his wife at his side. A memorial service will be held at Holly Hill Church of Christ on December 8, 2011 at 11 AM. Leo was born on November 15, 1929 in Rochester, Texas. He is survived by his beloved wife, Darlene; as well as three daughters and sons-in- law, Kathleen and Mikel Pistole of Almont, Michigan, Rebekah and Barry Pate of Plano, Texas and Cynthia and John Michaelis, of Ponce Inlet, Florida. Other survivors include his grandchildren, Rhonda Stroud and husband, Dwayne, Jennifer Strbenac and David Kunz, Gavin Pate and wife, Elizabeth, Vanessa Logue and husband, Trey, Andrea Mead and husband, Marc, Eric Michaelis and wife, Laura, Owen Michaelis and wife, Erin; as well as 11 great-grandchildren. He also leaves one surviving brother, Duyane Hindsley. Leo and his family served as missionaries in France from 1957 to 1963. This stage of their life opened up the door to much travel, which became a shared pastime for the family. After returning to the U.S., the family resided in Michigan where he ministered to several churches of Christ in the Detroit area. He completed his university education at this time, eventually earning his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. He taught History at Michigan Christian College (now Rochester College) from 1968 until his retirement in 1992. After retiring, Leo and Darlene moved to Murray, Kentucky for seven years, where he pursued his passion for raising horses and boating. In 1999, they settled in Port Orange, Florida, where he taught Bible classes at Holly Hill Church of Christ and served briefly as an elder. He later helped establish the Port Orange Church of Christ. He continued to breed horses and received much pleasure from watching his horses graze on his lovely property. Leo was admired for his gentle spirit, his brilliant mind, and his dedication to serving God. To know him was to love him. He will be sorely missed by his extended family and his many friends throughout the world. Condolences may be shared with the family atwww.dalewoodwardfuneralhomes.com. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Holly Hill Church of Christ Food Bank for helping in feeding the many homeless children in the Daytona Beach area. The mailing address is: Holly Hill Church of Christ Food Bank, 1725 Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, FL 32117. 

And, my beautiful Kitties... I miss my girls... a bunch!

                   Lynx - my beautiful old girl  - she was so sweet all the way to the end... Love her.

Ashes - " Gray butt", "Bug"

in her favorite spot in the weeds under the rose bush.

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