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Jean Gadziola

Sep 16, 1938 - Dec 01, 2023

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Muncie, IN

Jean Louise Zeun Gadziola was born September 16, 1938 in Baltimore, MD. She met her husband, David at the University of Maryland, and together, with their two children, Elaine and Bruce, moved to Muncie in 1968. She completed a Master's degree in Microbiology at Ball State, and worked as a microbiologist and epidemiologist at Ball Memorial for many years. Jean was a life-long learner of all things, with an ongoing list of degrees in Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Disaster Response ,...Read More

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Darlena Fay Rogers

May 14, 1966 - Feb 10, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Darlena Fay Rogers, 57, of Muncie, Indiana passed away on February 10, 2024. She was born on May 14, 1966, in Muncie, IN to Goldman and Glenda (Slaven) Waters. Darlena loved the water, being at the beach, hanging out on the boat, and having her toes in the sand, she loved being with her family, and children, and she was a good baker. She was also a member of Westside United Baptist Church. Darlena is survived by her mother Glenda Silvey, children; Aaron (Amanda) and Brooke Rogers, and Tyler (Sasha) Janney, Fiancé Jack Janney, siblings; Robert Waters (Tracy), Denise New (Carl), Dorinda Reese, and Bruce Waters (Angel), grandchildren Michaela Rogers, Jerry Gore, Zachariah and Lily Janney, great-great-grandchildren; Makyiah, Devonta, Lyric, and Christ, great-niece Carlena, along with several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Goldman, husband Bruce Rogers, and son Bruce Rogers II. Funeral services will be at Parson Mortuary on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. with Larry Waters officiating. Visitation will begin at 12:00 p.m. until service time. The interment will be at Gardens of Memory Cemetery. To to the family or in memory of Darlena F. Rogers, please

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Judith L. Brown (Coulter)

May 01, 1945 - Feb 19, 2024

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Muncie, IN

MUNCIE - Judith L. Brown (Coulter), passed away peacefully on February 19, 2024, surrounded by her loving family, and went to be in the presence of the Lord.Judy grew up in the Muncie and Parker City areas, graduated from Parker High School, and married her high school sweetheart, Lewis Coulter. Their family quickly grew, adding four daughters and a son. Judy was a full-time mother for many years, and worked thereafter in various jobs as an Avon home saleswoman, bookkeeper, and office manager. Judy later married Jim Brown and they spent 20 years together enjoying semi-retirement and their many shared interests.Judy doted on her family. Spending time with her five children, 14 grandchildren, and 19 great and great-great grandchildren was her favorite pastime. Her calendar was filled with grandparent days, school sporting events, band performances, other student recreational activities, babysitting, and being an all-around helper. Having her home packed with people and laughter during the holidays was the only gift she ever wanted. Babies were her sunshine and the cure for any bad day. Those in her company frequently received tidbits of her parenting wisdom, as Judy fervently hoped that her family and friends would be able to live a fulfilled and happy a life as she did.In addition to quality family time, Judy enjoyed many hobbies. She occupied her days with reading, often devouring an interesting book in just one day. She found peace in jigsaw puzzles. Stray cats frequently became beloved pets. Halloween costumes sewn for her own children still adorn young trick-or-treaters today. Her children will always cherish the made-from-scratch birthday cakes and pies, including German Chocolate Cake, Carrot Cake, Pecan Pie and her secret-recipe Cheesecake. She treasured time spent with friends and is immensely grateful for her lifelong camaraderie with her best friend, Kay Coulter.And Judy loved to travel. She shared many vacations with her children and grandchildren, and particularly loved cruises. She visited almost all U.S. states while driving RV’s and campers across the country with her second husband, Jim. Her finale vacation was a whirlwind, two-week tour of Europe, where she was able to visit many famous sites across eight countries.Judy is survived by her children Amy (Danny) Barton; Julie Wyman; Holly (Bret) Joseph; Kelly Peckham; and Richard (Sharon) Coulter; her first husband Lewis Coulter; and by her sister Ellen Stouffer.Judy was preceded in death by her parents, Iris Stultz and Norman Shores; by her sisters, Norma Scott and Deborah Curts; her husband James Brown; and by her granddaughter, Ashley Courtney.Those who knew Judy will always be touched by her warmth, generosity, humor and compassion. May all remember her beautiful smile and kind spirit, and honor her memory by giving to others the kindness that she shared with them.Funeral Services will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 23, 2024 at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel. Burial will follow services at Mt. Tabor Cemetery.Family and friends may call at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 23, 2024.To honor Judy’s love of animals and wildlife, please consider a donation to the Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund or the National Wildlife Federation in her name, in lieu of flowers.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.meeksmortuary.com.

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Ronald Joe Dowd

Sep 14, 1936 - Feb 15, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Ronald Joe Dowd, 87, of Muncie, IN was called home to spend eternity with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and join his beloved wife Patricia on Thursday, February 15, 2024. He was born September 14, 1936 in Muncie, IN to his loving parents William (Willie) and Rowena (Mays) Dowd. Ron graduated Muncie Central High School in 1954, and attended two years at Ball State University before enlisting in the United States Air Force. Ron proudly served four years as an Airman Second Class. While stationed in North Bend, Oregon, Ron met Pat and they married on April 11, 1959.The next year, Ron and Pat made the journey to Indiana where they would reside for over 60 years. They enjoyed playing cards and camping at Jayhawk next to their cherished friends Jerry and Judy Osborne. Trips to the family cottage on Hamilton Lake, traveling to Oregon and Myrtle Beach were also favorites.Ron had a long career at Westinghouse/ABB as a weldor-fabricator, retiring after 34 years. Ron was an adamant diet Pepsi-loving man, who had a high level of determination. He was on the first men’s swim team at Ball State, enjoyed square-dancing, was on the Westinghouse bowling team, a skilled archer, amateur photographer, a member of several Indiana walking clubs, a show-dog handler, a dedicated member of the Muncie YMCA, a gunman at the Muncie Rifle and Pistol Club, a passionate flower and vegetable gardener-all while putting God and family first. Ron was a true family-man who would boast that his greatest accomplishment was his children and grandchildren. Ron was a long-standing member of Yorktown Christian Church and served as Treasurer for many years.Ron was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 63 years, Patricia, daughter, Kristy Dowd, brother, Jeffrey Dowd, sister-in-law, Corinne Dowd, sister-in-law, Vonnie Rondo, brother-in-law, J.A. Beck, best friend, Jerry Osborne and furry k9 companions Mickey and Missy.Ron is survived by his sons, Douglas (Dawn) Dowd, Kenton (Annie) Dowd, his grandchildren, Kristopher (Danielle) Dowd, Daylene (Andrew) Gentry, Kari (Kegan) Roszell, Sydney (William) Dowd, and his great-grandchildren, Kolten Wynn, Jaxon Dunn, Declan Dowd, Aria Dowd, Kenna Roszell, Wiley Balint, and Nora Gentry. His brothers, Michael (Susan) Dowd, Randy (Deb) Dowd, sister-in-law, Marlene Beck and many other beloved family members and friends.Please join us in celebrating Ron’s life on Friday, February 23, 2024 at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel. Visitation at 1:00 pm, funeral service at 2:00 pm; interment immediately following at Gardens of Memory in Muncie. Funeral messages provided by Pastor Jeff Castetter. Donations may be directed to Yorktown Christian Church.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.meeksmortuary.com.

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Mildred Svea Crutcher

Jan 02, 1938 - Feb 10, 2024

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Muncie, IN

On Saturday, February 10, 2024, Mildred Svea (Koons) Crutcher earned her angel wings. She was surrounded by her loving daughter Jill, son-in-law Jay, and grandchildren Jaycie and Jentry. Known to many as Boots, Mom, Grandma, and Nana, she loved her family more than anything. Born on January 2, 1938, to Wilbur J. Koons and Bertha Ethel (Cross) Koons in Muncie, Indiana. Boots was the youngest child of ten. She attended Muncie schools. In 1954, she met Ray Lee Crutcher, who had just returned from the service. He was at his grandmother’s house, who lived on the corner from the street she lived on. While she was walking home from school, he asked her to stop and talk to him for a little bit. She told him if he wanted to talk, he would have to come down to her house to talk. They met that Friday, went out the next Friday, and unbeknownst to her mother, were married the next Friday. They raised three girls and were married until Ray’s death on March 1, 2021. While Ray was afflicted with dementia, Boots stayed by his side and took care of him. She was a caregiver through and through in her life. Boots, alongside Ray, worked in the family business, Crutcher’s upholstery, for 35 years until their retirement. Boots loved her grandchildren with her whole heart and was one of the kindest and best grandmas ever. She worried about her children and grandchildren and checked in with all of them almost every day to make sure they were doing well. She was incredibly loving when it came to her family. Boots leaves to treasure her memory three daughters Jill Keesling (Jay), Ridgeville, Judy Reese (Bill), Parker City, and Sandi Frizzell (Dave), Pendleton; four grandchildren who called her grandma; Kandi, Kara, Roy, and Travis; two grandchildren who called her Nana; Jaycie and Jentry; three great-grandchildren; Dakota, Matthew, and Kasey; and one great, great-granddaughter; Elenor. She was preceded in death by her husband Ray, her parents, her siblings, and a grandson whom she loved very much, Taylor Reese. She was loved so much by so many and will be missed even more by them. I, her daughter Jill, want to thank Jaycie, Jentry, Kandi, and Kara for always checking on her and spending time with her as much as they could. Talking or seeing each of you always made her day. She cherished that time with you all more than you could ever know and loved all of you so much. Mom, I will love you forever, until we meet again. -Jill (Per Boot’s request, no services will be held. A private celebration of life is planned for a later date.) To to the family or in memory of Mildred Svea "Boots" (Koons) Crutcher, please

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Harvey Eugene Smith

Jul 28, 1956 - Feb 14, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Harvey Eugene Smith left this life on February 14th surrounded by his loving family to live in a land he had heard of with no goodbyes called Heaven. He was born on July 28, 1956, in Muncie, Indiana to the late Harvey L. Smith and Cora Wilson-Waters. Harvey worked as a manager at Ross Supermarket until its closing, Burlington Trucking Company, and retired from Community Health Network. The job Harvey felt was most important was serving his Lord and Savior. 46 years of his life were spent traveling and singing with The Cross Carrier's southern gospel singing group. In his spare time, he enjoyed always finding the best deals, shopping, cooking, and looking for the best donuts. He cares deeply for those around him always available to give advice and safety rules for traveling. He was most happy when he was with his family and his extended church family. What a journey this journey has been! Harvey was preceded in death by his parents, stepfather Simon Waters, best friend and soulmate Trula Waters Smith, and stepbrother Wilburn Waters; two brothers-in-law, James Winningham and Tommy Waters; five ½ siblings, Rouser, Wallace, Walbert, Gladys and Beatrice. Harvey is survived by two daughters that he adored, Jacinna “Jay” (husband-Monty) Salyers of Alexandria and Sarah (husband-Robert) Goolsby of Daleville. Four grandchildren, Cameron Campbell, Paige Collins, Ronise Goolsby, and Elias Harvey Goolsby, and one great-granddaughter Mazilynn Collins. He is also survived by sister Mary Lou Spradlin and her husband, Carl of Muncie, stepbrother William Waters of Anderson, three brothers-in-law, Robert (Wife-June) Waters of Muncie, DeWayne (wife-Julie) Waters of Selma, and Larry (wife-Dedra) Waters of Yorktown; four sisters-in-law, Phyllis Winningham of Daleville, Janice (husband-William) Thornbro of Muncie, and Irene (husband-Terry) Legg of Peru, and Nila Waters, Gaston; many nieces and nephews, and a large extended family. Special adopted children, Amanda Coffey-Gray, Elizabeth Carroll, and Jeffrey Newton; and his precious princess Maggie (his pet dachshund). Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 2:00 P.M. at the Westside United Baptist Church with Pastor Larry Waters officiating. Burial will follow at the Sunderland cemetery. Friends may call at the Westside United Baptist Church 3021 W. Cornbread Rd. Muncie, IN 47304 on Friday evening, February 23, 2024, from 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. and again at the church on Saturday from 1:00 P.M. until the time of the service. Parson Mortuary is entrusted with these arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Westside United Baptist Church. Online condolences may be made to the family in care of www.parsonmortuary.com. To to the family or in memory of Harvey Eugene Smith, please

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Aubrey C. Gouveia

May 29, 1934 - Feb 05, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Aubrey C. Gouveia, 89, died February 5, 2024, in Morrison Woods Health Club, Muncie, Indiana. He was born May 29, 1934, in Georgetown, British Guiana (now Guyana), South America, to Amelia (Elliot) and Stanley P. Gouveia, and married Julia Kay Butz in Auburn, Indiana, February 15, 1957. Aubrey immigrated to America with his mother, a war bride, and two siblings, Joan Gouveia and Gordon Gouveia, in 1945, settling in Auburn, Indiana. He graduated from Auburn High School in 1953, attended Ball State Teachers College (now Ball State University) where he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, was produce manager for Marsh Supermarkets, and retired from New Venture Gear (General Motors, Chevrolet Transmission) after thirty- three years of service, during which he was Committeeman and Financial Secretary for UAW Local 499. In Auburn, Aubrey played for the Auburn Red Devils basketball team, which advanced to the Muncie Semi-State round of the Sweet Sixteen in 1953. Among his later accomplishments was winning the Delaware County Old Timers Holiday Tournament Free Throw competition for eleven years. (A fellow GM worker had opined that free throw shooters are born, not made. Aubrey practiced religiously and began winning free-throw contests, proving that free-throw shooters can be made. In truth, however, Aubrey had always had excellent hand-eye coordination!) He is survived by his wife, Julia Kay, to whom he was married for sixty-six years, his son, Andre (Chicago), his daughter, Shelly (Tom Shubert) (Calabasas, California), his grandchildren, Taylor Shubert (New York City), Dylan Shubert (California), Dr. Madison Shubert (Texas), McKenzie Shubert (Virginia), his brothers, Gordon Gouveia (Indiana), Andrew Myers (South Carolina), Robert Myers (California), Clifford Myers, (Florida). He was preceded in death by his parents, Amelia and Stanley Gouveia, stepfather, Robert Myers, and sister, Joan. Aubrey was a loving, giving, dedicated husband, father, and son, who will be long remembered and loved. Final Rites were administered by Father Christian DeCarlo, Muncie Catholic. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, June 15, 2024, at 1:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Muncie, 4800 West Bradford Drive, Muncie, Indiana 47304. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family at www.elmridgefuneralhome.com.

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Aric Jason Vanmatre

Jul 19, 1975 - Feb 12, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Aric Jason Vanmatre, 48, of Muncie, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, February 12, 2024. Aric was born on July 19, 1975, in Muncie, Indiana. He attended Muncie Central High School. Aric was an animal lover who enjoyed playing guitar, singing, and fishing. Aric is survived by his parents, Richard and Cheryl Wages; three children, Aric, Sheyanne, and Caelin Vanmatre; three brothers, Rich (Chris) Wages, Dan (Jen) Wages, and Matt (Sunshine) Vanmatre; and several nieces and nephews. Aric was preceded in death by four grandchildren, Jordan, Karter, Kenyanna, and Kammeron. Aric will be cremated and his family will hold a celebration of life at a later date. Memorial contributions may be given to the Muncie Animal Care and Services, 901 W. Riggin Rd., Muncie, IN 47303. Share a memory of Aric and leave your condolences at www.gantfuneralhomes.com The Gant and Miller families are honored to celebrate Aric’s life with his family and community. To to the family or in memory of Aric Jason Vanmatre, please

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Sharon Oliver "Ollie" Orr

Sep 23, 1939 - Feb 12, 2024

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Muncie, IN

In loving memory of Sharon & quot; Ollie " Orr, a devoted husband, father, and papa. Sharon “Ollie” Orr, while surrounded by family, passed away on February 12th, after a short battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis. Born on September 23, 1939, in Muncie, Indiana, Ollie dedicated his life to God and his family. A faithful member, elder, and deacon at several churches (most recently at Glad Tidings North), Ollie was passionate about sharing his faith with others and prioritized participation in a church community. He shared this passion with his best friend Leroy (now deceased) through Bible studies and preaching across the state of Indiana. Ollie was an exemplary husband, father, grandfather, and human being. He embodied the best of qualities: unconditional love, strength of spirit, and selflessness which could be seen in his care for his wife, children, and grandchildren. He worked hard for his family and dedicated 42 years of his life to Chevrolet Muncie / New Venture Gear. Ollie also served in the Army in Thailand and was stationed in Oahu at Schofield Barracks. Ollie taught his kids how to change oil on a car, how to change a flat tire, how to budget (he was known as a penny pincher), and how to “rig” whatever household appliance needed fixing. Duct tape was his friend. He also taught his children and grandchildren compassion, hard work, forgiveness, and how to pray and be faithful. Ollie joins his mother, Edyth Wray, step-father Carleton (Cotch), Aunt Edna, mother-in-law Wilma Riddle, father-in-law Euel Riddle, and niece Courtney Riddle in heaven. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Phyllis (Riddle) Orr, his brother Jeff Wray, son Bentley Orr, daughters Kim (Orr) Bowyer (Sam), Wendi (Orr) Kirby (Thomas), and son Matthew Orr (Angelica), brother-in-law Danny Riddle (Kelly), along with his furry best friend, Bella. His legacy extends through grandchildren Brock Triplett (Anna Triplett), Kasie Orr, Chelsey Triplett, Spencer Kirby (Megan Kirby), Stormie Harless (Michael), McKenzie Criswell (Zach), Sarah Burns (Logan), and Grant Bowyer (Emily), as well as great-grandchildren Faith, Jensen, Jorja, Easton, Sloane, and Murphy. In his leisure, Ollie found joy in gardening, reading Christian books, and riding his bike. He would regularly bike 20 miles a day after retirement. Ollie knew the importance of remaining active and was often exceeding the limits of what one might expect someone in their 80s to be able to do, physically and mentally. Even at the very end, he could share how much he loved each of us, that he would miss us, that he would see us all soon, and to make sure we were all in church. Special thanks to the nurses, doctors, and hospice care from Ball Hospital, especially those on the third floor (South Tower). Ollie & #39;s unconditional love, sense of humor, and love for God will be missed by us all. His memory and legacy will forever live on in the hearts of those who were touched by his love and kindness. His Celebration of Life will be held at Glad Tidings North on Saturday, Feb 17, with visitation from 1-2:30 and the service at 2:30, conducted by Pastor Ty Thompson. The church is located at 5401 West Hessler Road, Muncie, Indiana. The family deeply appreciates your support during this difficult time and asks that you make contributions to Glad Tidings North (Muncie) instead of flowers. Military Honors to be rendered by the Delaware County Honor Guard and the U.S. Army. Cremation services are entrusted to Parson Mortuary Cremation Center. Online condolences may be made to parsonmortuary.com. To to the family or in memory of Sharon Oliver "Ollie" Orr, please

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Thomas LeRoy Lovell

Jul 14, 1936 - Feb 12, 2024

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Muncie, IN

CREVE COEUR ~ Thomas LeRoy Lovell, 87, of Muncie, Indiana, formerly of Creve Coeur, Illinois, went home to be with the Lord on the evening of Monday, February 12, 2024, at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. He was born on July 14, 1936, in Peoria, Illinois, a son of the late Thomas William and Alice Elvira (Lannholm) Lovell. Tom attended Manual High School in Peoria and married the love of his life, Evelyn Bales, on June 3, 1955. Those left to cherish Tom’s memory include his wife of 68 years, Evelyn Lovell; a daughter, Linda (Gary) Hopkins of Muncie, Indiana; a daughter-in-law, Elaine Lovell of Corydon, Indiana; seven grandchildren, Lynnette (Scott) Williams of Kokomo, Indiana, Jason (Michelle) Hopkins of Cincinnati, Ohio, Jonathan (Corina) Hopkins of Farmland, Indiana, Jeremy (Esther) Hopkins of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Steve Lovell of Muncie, Indiana and Mark (Amanda) Lovell of Rockford, Illinois; a grandson-in-law, Philip Gray; 24 great-grandchildren; a sister, Sharon Kelly of Peoria, Illinois; two brothers, Gary (Edie) Lovell of Peoria, Illinois, and William (Bonnie) Lovell of Creve Coeur, Illinois and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Tom was preceded in death by a son, Steven Lovell; a daughter-in-law, Ellen Lovell; a granddaughter, Crystal Gray; two sisters, Mary Kelly and Diana Lovell and two sisters in infancy. He had worked as a welder for Caterpillar, Inc. for over 28 years. He loved woodworking and building furniture and had built something special for each of his grandchildren. Tom also loved to play the harmonica in church and for area revivals. He attended church as a “bus kid” and had attended Bellevue Church of God Holiness since 1969, where he served as treasurer, Sunday School Teacher, and trustee for many years. Tom was a people person who never knew a stranger. He would do anything for anyone and would help wherever needed. He had a big heart, especially for those most in need. Most of all, Tom loved his family and, in addition to his children and grandchildren, was always close to his brothers and sisters. His funeral will be at 1 p.m. Monday, February 19, 2024 at Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Creve Coeur. Pastor Gary Hopkins will officiate. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be at Smithville Cemetery in Hanna City. To express condolences online, visit www.preston-hanley.com

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Joni Lynn Neeley

Sep 10, 1960 - Feb 09, 2024

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Muncie, IN

Joni Lynn Neeley, 63, Marion, passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024, at AMG Specialty Hospital in Muncie. She was born in Marion, Indiana, on September 10, 1960, to Philip and Helen (Purvis) Kellogg.   Joni graduated from Marion High School.  She worked at Kmart when she first met Roy, and they were married on June 11, 1983.  Joni also worked at Dunham's Distribution Center and Walmart Distribution Center in the production and receiving departments.  Joni will be remembered as a faithful woman.  She and Roy attended Westview Wesleyan Church.  If she was unable to attend church, she watched it on television. Her grandmother, Ida, played a huge role in her life.  She taught her how to be a mother and caretaker for her family.  Joni loved her family and loved cooking for them.  She was a wonderful cook!  Joni was the kind of individual that when she put her mind to do something, she was determined to do it.Joni loved and always looked forward to their vacation to Florida. She enjoyed crocheting, making quilts, playing cards, and especially playing Bingo.  She also loved watching game shows on television.  Joni was an animal lover and she loved her dog, Max, and her daughter's dog, Chopo. In addition to her loving husband of 40 years, survivors include her children, Travis (Megan) Neeley and Mandy Neeley; grandchildren, Hayden and Kadyn; siblings, Keith (Peggy) Kellogg and Jeff (Linda) Kellogg; step-brother, Steve Sloan; step-sister, Jill (Tracy) Kilgore; sister-in-law, RaeJean Sloan; step-mother, Jackie Kellogg; three sisters-in-law who thought the world of her, Teresa Waggoner, Marcia Lichtsinn, and Beth Rajcany; special friend, Cathy Smith; and several extended family members, work friends, and church friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; grandmother, Ida Kellogg; step-brother, Mark Sloan; cousins, Robin and Pam; aunt, Shirley; nieces, Kellee Kellogg and Jasmine Sloan; great-niece, Kaeleigh Kellogg; friend, Bud Smith; father- and mother-in-law, Harry (Ada) Neeley; and brother-in-law, Frank Rajcany. The family will receive visitors from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at Needham-Storey-Wampner Funeral & Cremation Service, North Chapel, 1341 N. Baldwin Ave., Marion, IN.Immediately following the time of visitation, a service to celebrate Joni's life will begin at 1:00 pm with Pastor Ryan Budde officiating.  Burial will take place at Grant Memorial Park.Memorial contributions may be directed to Westview Wesleyan Church, 1300 W. 6th St., Jonesboro, IN 46938.Memories may be shared online at www.nswcares.com.

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