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Carroll “Buddy” L. Hooton

first_imgNeal’s Funeral Home306 S. Walnut St.Osgood, IN 47037Carroll ‘Buddy’ L. Hooton, age 81 of Holton, Ind., passed away Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the Columbus Regional Hospital in Columbus, Ind.   Born in Ripley County on January 21, 1935, he was the son of the late Carroll E. and Edna B. Selig Hooton. Carroll married Aldean Kathryn Thomas on June 25, 1960 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Dewberry in Cross Plains.  To this marriage, they were blessed with three children.Carroll graduated from Vevay High School in 1953. He was a proud US Army veteran. After his marriage, he became a member of Dewberry Church where he served as a past elder and also a church trustee. Starting in 1987, he became a board member and served as treasurer of the Dewberry Church Cemetery Endowment Fund. Along with serving his church, he sat on the Holton Water Board as one of its directors. When he retired in December 1987, he had worked thirty-two years for the Cummins Engine Company located in Columbus, Ind., ending his career as an electrician.  After retiring, he and his wife were able to enjoy wintering in Florida for several years. He decided that he no longer wanted to spend a lot of time away in the winter because they missed too many of their grandchildren’s functions. Watching his only grandson Allen play basketball along with being very proud of the fact of the great grades that all of his grandchildren made were the reasons he stayed in Ripley County!Carroll had many interests besides his family. Like many people in this area, he was a huge IU fan. He also thoroughly enjoyed woodworking and gardening. Ice cream tastes good anywhere and anytime, and Carroll was living proof of it. The cold treat was his favorite snack as everyone knew, and he was always ready for it.He was a wonderful husband, dad, and grandfather who will greatly be missed.SURVIVORS:Wife:  Aldean Kathryn Thomas Hooton of HoltonSon:  Michael (Jean) Hooton of OsgoodDaughters:  Wanda (Rick) Bales of Versailles, Ind.Brenda Hooton, Friendship, Ind.Grandchildren: Chelsae, Alanie, and Allen Hooton; Brittany and Megan Bales; Abby Field and Kayla FieldsGreat Grandchildren:  Lexie FieldsSister:  Janice (Benny) Taylor of Canaan, Ind.He was preceded in death by one brother, Robert McCreary. Arrangements by Neal’s Funeral Homewww.nealsfuneralhome.net Visitation:  Sunday, January 15, 2017/3:00 pm – 6:00 pm/ Neal’s Funeral HomeFuneral:  Monday, January 16, 2017/ 11:00 am with visitation from 10:00 am until time of funeral/St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Dewberry, Cross Plains, Ind.Burial:  Church CemeteryMemorials: Dewberry Cemetery Endowment Fundlast_img read more

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Rose Mary Rinck

first_imgRose Mary Rinck, 87, of Sunman, Indiana passed Monday, July 9, 2018. She leaves her beloved family: James Michael (Debbie) Rinck of Derby, Kansas, Gerard Anthony (Katie) Rinck of Cleves, Ohio, Suzanne Antoinette (Marvin) Galle of Sunman, and Maria Angela (Randy) Knueven of Sunman. She also leaves 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Rose Mary leaves her brothers: Gregory (Chris) Vogelsang of Ormand Beach, FL, and her sisters Marjorie Vogelsang of Cincinnati, Mary Jo (David) Rinck of Bright, and sister-in-law Roxie (Bob) Moses.Rose Mary was preceded in death by her husband Tony Rinck, her daughter Barbara Head, and her brother Robert Vogelsang.She was a member of All Saints Ladies Sodality, on the Liturgy Committee for St. Paul’s Church, and a cook at St. Paul’s School. She always volunteered at St. Paul’s Festival.Visitation is Saturday July 14 at Andres-Wuestefeld Funeral Home from 9:00-11:45. Rosary will be recited at 9:00. Mass of Christian Burial is Saturday, July 14 at 12:30, at St. Paul Church, All Saints Parish.Memorials to Ladies Sodality for All Saints Parish and Masses.last_img read more

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