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She is survived by: her daughter and son-in-law; her sister, Mrs. Bertha Hunter (Russell) of Bloomington, Indiana; a grandson, John Dyer (Cindy) of Bristol, Tennessee; a granddaughter, Jodee Slone (Brandon) of Shelbyville, Kentucky; four great ... (The Richmond Register)
Ernest worked for Amtrak in several different cities, including Bloomington, starting in 1976. He became a ordained minister in 1971, and was a pastor in churches in Indiana. He moved to Bloomington in 1996, retired from Amtrak and continued his minister ... (Pantagraph)
Indiana, Sandy Lounsbury, Indio, California, Laura Lounsbury, Bloomington, Indiana; four sisters, Peggy (Harold) Coe, Bonnie McCloud, Donna (Tom) Curtis and Judy (Jim) Green; grandchildren, Jason Lounsbury, Courtney (Mason) Saab, Houston, Texas ... (Star-Press)
27, 1923, in Star City, Indiana, to Henry J. Shultz and Louise (Weltzen ... and Eric and wife Tonia Robison, Bloomington, Illinois; also six great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by four brothers, and four sisters. (Kokomo Tribune)
He was a licensed engineer and worked at Indiana University, Bloomington and Indiana State University, Terre Haute as an engineer and Vice President for Facilities Management. After retirement, he helped design the Indianapolis Zoo. For many years he was ... (Tribune-Star)
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