Obituaries – August 29, 2018 Edition

Jackson Sebastian, 92, of Austin, Indiana passed away Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at Schneck Memorial Hospital in Seymour, Indiana
Born September 25, 1925 in Breathitt County, KY, he was the son of the late Ed and Hiley (Stamper) Sebastian.
He retired Morgan Foods in Austin, Indiana, was a member of Austin First Baptist Church and a Deacon for many years. Jack was an avid Coon Hunter and loved taking his dog “Peewee” with him everywhere..
Survivors include his daughter, daughter, Brenda Roth, Austin, Indiana, siblings, Ed Sebastian, Crothersville, Indiana, Louverney Pearson, Seymour, Indiana and Martha Bingham, Illinois. Grandson, Jeffrey Todd West, Great-Grandson, Jeffrey Todd Amerida West, and a Great-Great-Grandson Jeffrey Vincent Jeice West, all of Austin..
He was preceded in death by his wife, Helen (Noble) Sebastian, his parents and siblings, Kathleen Begley, Letcher Sebastian, Jerry Sebastian, and DeCorsey Sebastian.
Funeral service was Monday, August 27, at Austin First Baptist Church in Austin, Indiana with Rev. Jerry Johnson & Rev. Matt Hoffman officiating.
Burial will be at Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Austin, Indiana.
Online Condolences can be made at www.buchananfuneralhome.net.

Phyllis J. Lacy, 81, of Scottsburg, Indiana, passed away on Monday, August 20, 2018 at her residence.
She was born on April 24, 1937 in Bonnyman, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Nick Susnick and Maude (Hamblin) Susnick. Phyllis was married on April 24, 1966 to Morris Lacy, who passed away on Dec. 9, 1989. She was a retired registered nurse and had been a caregiver for several of her siblings. In addition to her husband, Phyllis was preceded in death by five sisters, Melda Fields, Mollie Stuart, Fern Mount, Pauline WIlliams and Jean Susnick and four brothers, Logan, Jack, Rutherford and Bo Susnick. Survivors include a daughter, Dona Lacy-Hazelwood and her husband Ken of Scottsburg, Indiana; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Phyllis requested there be no services and that her body be donated to the University of Tennessee. Memorial Contributions: Scott County Humane Society Cat Adoption Center c/o Collins Funeral Home, 465 W. McClain Ave., Scottsburg, Indiana 47170. Online condolences:www.collinsfuneralhome.net.

Frankie Roseberry, 63, Austin, passed away Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Coummity Hospital South in Indianapolis.
Born May 18, 1955 in Scottsburg, IN, he was the son of the late Frank Roseberry and Eda M (Babbs) Roseberry, who survives .
He married Sharon Roseberry on September 3, 1988 who survives. He was a retired employee of Valeo Seymour, Indiana He was a member of the Free Pentecostal Church of God, Austin, Indiana.
Survivors include: daughter: Kimberly Sue Roseberry, Austin, Indiana; Son: Joshua (Abby) Roseberry, Knightstown, Indiana; Sister: Debra Ann Engle, Freetown, Indiana; Grandchildren: Lucas Robertson; Isaac Roseberry; Hayden Roseberry.
He was preceded in death by His Brother: Kenny Roseberry
Funeral service was Monday, August 20, 2018 at Buchanan Funeral Home in Austin, Indiana with Rev. Harley Madden officiating.Burial will be at Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Austin, Indiana. Online Condolences can be made at www.buchananfuneralhome.net

Christine Decker, 29, Scottsburg, died Sunday, August 19, in Lexington.
She was born September 1, 1988 in Salem to Frank Decke rand Brenda Hutchison Decker.
Survivors include her children, Jessie James Whitehead, Jayce Allen Whitehead and Joel Duke Whitehead; her parents; a brother, Michael Decker; sisters: Jessica Renee Decker and Sierra Decker; one niece and one nephew, and several aunts and uncles.
No funeral was planned..
Memorial contributions may be made in care of Stewart and Hoagland Funeral Home, 80 N. First Street, Scottsburg, In, 47170.
Online condolences may be made at www.stewart-hoaglandfuneralhome.com

Linda S. Kendall, 71, of Scottsburg, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
She was born on May 14, 1947 in Ladoga, Indiana, the daughter of the late Harold and Margaret Ambrose. Linda graduated from Lawrence High School in Indianapolis, Indiana and earned her Master’s Degree from Indiana University. She was married on Oct. 20, 1974 to Thomas R. Kendall, who passed away on August 2, 2012.Linda was a retired special education teacher at Scottsburg Middle School. She worked previously as a licensed beautician and cosmetologist, while going to school for her education degree. Linda loved her children, grandchildren, family, friends and her dog, Penny. She was a fantastic cook and liked playing gin rummy.
In addition to her husband and parents, Linda was preceded in death by a sister, Sharon Moore.
Survivors include two sons, Jamie C. Kendall and wife Jessica of Scottsburg, Indiana and Jason A. Kendall and wife Raven of Cabot, Arkansas; three brothers, Butch Ambrose and wife Darlene of Westfield, Indiana, Rick Ambrose and wife Carolyne of Nashville, Indiana and Howard Ambrose and wife Becky of Ladoga, Indiana; four grandchildren, Chandler, Logan, Emma and Cohen Kendall and her best friend, Belinda Rathert of South Bend, Indiana.
Funeral Service was Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at Collins Funeral Home with Chaplain Joe Bradley officiating. Interment will be in Scottsburg Cemetery.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the Scott County Humane Society c/o Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg.

Luther Robinson, 71, died on August 18, at 8:18 p.m. at his home in Scottsburg, surrounded byhis family and loved ones after a three-year battle with cancer.
He entered this world on July 25, 1947 to the parents of Knowah and Polly (Cox) Robinson. On Sept. 2, 1964 Luther married Mattie G (Shuler) Robinson in Bedford, KY.
He worked in the maintenance field at various companies including Morgan Foods and Scott County School District 2. Luther loved serving the Lord and spent the majority of his life spreading the gospel through music and song.
Survivors include one son Brian (Missy) Robinson, two grandchildren: Dereck (Lesley) Robinson and Sara Robinson. He had three great-grandchildren: Briar, Karson and Khloe, three brothers: Charles (Kathryn) Robinson of Scottsburg, IN, Lonnie (Diana) Robinson of Crossville, TN, Dennis (Sherry) Robinson of Vine Grove, KY and three sisters Beulah Smith of Austin, IN, Janette (Ernest) Pedigo of Scottsburg, IN. Luther was preceded in death by: his parents Knowah and Polly and his sister Omah Cox.
Funeral service was Tuesday, August 21, at Buchanan Funeral Home of Austin with burial in the Wiggam Cemetery in Deputy.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the funeral home to assist with final expenses.

Linda Kay Giltner Crenshaw, 62, of Madison, died on Saturday, August 18, at 8:30 p.m. at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison.
She entered this on October 19, 1955 in Madison, Indiana. She was the daughter of Dallas Edward and Mary Lena Jump Giltner. Linda was raised in a children’s home and was a graduate of Madison Consolidated High School. She was raised in the Christian faith and was baptized. Linda was united in marriage to Rick Carter and this union was blessed with four sons, Brandon, Gregory, Benjamin, and Daniel. While married to Rick she resided at Fort Campbell. She later came back to Madison and worked at Conn Organ and Grote Industries. On October 5, 1999 Linda was united in marriage to Gordon P. Crenshaw, II. She worked at the Main Grill in downtown Madison and for Jefferson Post 9 of the American Legion where she held membership in the Auxiliary. Linda had a green thumb and enjoyed watching her television programs.
Survivors include her sons, Brandon Carter, Gregory Carter, Benjamin Carter all of Tennessee, and Daniel Carter-Bowyer of Charlestown, Indiana; her sisters, Rose Kidwell of Madison, Indiana, Carol Horton and her husband, Bob of New Washington, Indiana, Patty Schwomeyer and her husband, Mark of Arlington, Indiana, Iva Penny Griffin of Madison, Indiana, Bonnie Touchstone and her husband, Jeff of Lakeville, Minnesota; her brother, Dallas Giltner of Nabb, Indiana; her half brothers, Dallas Vern Giltner of Indianapolis, Indiana, Roger Giltner and his wife, Cheryl of St. Matthews, Kentucky; several nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Memorial services were conducted Thursday, August 23, 2018 by Rev. Skip Napier at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison, Indiana. Interment followed at a later date in the Grandview Memorial Gardens, 9306 North US 421 in Madison, Indiana.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Linda Crenshaw Remembrance Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home.

Donald Robert “Don” Firth, 77, died 5:53 a.m. on Monday, August 20 at his home with his beloved wife at his side. of Lexington.
He entered this life on June 29, 1941 in Madison. Born at home, he was the loving son of the late John Lawrence “Jack” and Lillian Bessie Scholl Firth. Basketball, the king of Hoosier sports, created a lot of fond memories, as well as milestones, for the 1960 graduate of Madison High School. Under the tutelage of head Coach Julius Bud Ritter and Assistant Coach Ed Orrill, the Cubs went undefeated two seasons and earned semi-state honors Don’s junior and senior year. Because of the coaches’ insight into Don’s ability, the owner of Jersey #44 received a basketball scholarship to the University of Houston. Although his roundball achievements spanned states and arenas, Don certainly revered two elite distinctions. Madison Coach Bud Ritter named him to his “all time greats” team. And the second honor entailed Don’s image on the wall mural at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. After basketball, he graduated from the Indiana University School of Business, and Don’s life took a diverse but very productive, positive turn. He served in the Indiana Army Reserves for 10 years and was honorably discharged. On July 16, 1972, Don was united in marriage to Linda Sue Underwood at the Kent United Methodist Church. A daughter, Donnemarie, and two sons, Joseph Donald and Andrew David, blessed this happy union of 46 years. He worked early in life at Williamson Heater and the Jefferson Proving Ground, both in the Madison area. He retired from ICI Americas Inc. in Charlestown after 20 years of service as head of ammunitions and stores foreman. At Kent United Methodist Church where he was a longtime member, Don also served as Sunday School superintendent and chairman of the Board of Trustees. Although he put away his basketball gear decades ago, Don continued to love his Madison Cubs. He also adored watching old westerns, supporting his children and grandchildren in their sporting events and listening to music. A devoted husband, loving dad and proud papaw, Don treasured his family heritage and lineage. In his later years, he and Linda spent numerous Sundays sitting and visiting with friends on the riverfront. From childhood through adulthood, Don and the rolling Ohio River always bonded. And Don too never forgot his growing up years on West Main Street and the close friendships forged there with the West End Gang,
Survivors include his loving wife of 46 years, Linda S. Underwood Firth of Lexington, Indiana; his loving daughter, Donnemarie Rockwell and her husband, Doug of Grand Rapids, Michigan; his loving sons, Joseph Donald Firth and his wife, Jane of Frankfurt, Kentucky, Andrew David Firth and his wife, Carrie of Lexington, Indiana; his adoring grandchildren, Colt Rockwell, Joleigh Firth, Rylin Firth, Tresler Firth, and Stratton Firth; his sisters, Shirley Varble of Hanover, Indiana, Bev Armstrong and her husband, Bob of Madison, Indiana, Carolyn Firth of Madison, Indiana, Jan Melton and her husband, Jim of Madison, Indiana; his sister in law and brother in law, Jean Gray and her husband, Carroll of Lexington, Indiana; several nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Funeral services were conducted Friday, August 24, by Pastor Tom Harzula at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison, Indiana. Interment followed in the Fairmount Cemetery in Madison, Indiana.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Don Firth Madison Cubs Memorial Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home. Online condolences, Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre Madison.

Carolyn A. Barrett, 79, of Crothersville, IN died at 6:55 PM on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at Schneck Medical Center.
She was born December 22, 1938 in Marion, Indiana, she was the daughter of Herman and Mary (Gotshall) Brown. On March 17, 1962 in Marion, Indiana, she married Doil Barrett and passed away in Sept. 2005.
Carolyn was retired from Cummins Engine Company in 1993. She enjoyed canning, sewing, all of her dogs and visiting with friends. Carolyn was a member of the First Church of God in Clay City, KY, which held a special place in her heart. Carolyn was a wonderful mother and loved helping and taking care of others.
Survivors include, children, Carl Adrianson of Marion, IN, Carlla (Jim) Bode of Seymour, IN, Kevin (Jennifer) Adrianson of Highsprings, FL, Michael Chris Barrett of Crothersville, IN, 6 grandchildren, Amanda (Barry) Costlow, Nathan Adrianson, Danielle (Doug) Fights, Matthew Kidd, Hunter Adrianson, Darby Adrianson, 5 great grandchildren, and 1 sister, Catherine Parker of Marion, IN.
She was preceded in death by siblings Frank Brown, Eiliane Amerson, Lamonia E. Williamson, Richard Brown, Ben Brown and an Aunt Alice O’Neil who she was a caretaker of.
John Lowry conducted funeral services at on Friday, August 24, 2018 at Adams Family Funeral Home & Crematory in Crothersville with burial at Wesley Chapel Cemetery. The family requests expressions of sympathy may be given to Crothersville Food Pantry c/o Adams Family Funeral Home & Crematory, 110 E. Howard Street, Crothersville, IN 47229
Online condolences can be given to the family at www.AdamsFuneralHomeOnline.com

Conan Clifford Adams, 54, of New Washington, died on Tuesday, August 21, at his home.
He entered this life on August 12, 1964 in Madison, Indiana. He was the loving son of Clifford D. and Carolyn A. Christy Adams who survive. He was raised in Jefferson and Clark counties and was a 1982 graduate of Scott County High School. He attended Ivy Tech and was a member of the Church of God a Worldwide Association. Conan had owned and operated Adams Drywall until he became disabled in 2005. He enjoyed his family and bird watching.
Survivors include his daughters, Chantelle Adams of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Darci Schiller and her husband, Brandon of Clarksville, Indiana; his grandchildren, Emma, Hunter, and Donathan Handshoe, Lottie, Hadley, and Porter Schiller; his sister, Colleen Winner and her husband, Mark of Atlanta, Georgia; his niece and his nephew, Sarah Minton and her husband, Ben and Vincent Winner and his wife, Melissa; his great nieces and great nephew, Claire and Kate Winner and Simon Winner; his aunts and uncles, Melvin and Linda Adams, Evelyn Handlon, Waunita Weber, Virginia Adams, Betty Adams, and Phyllis Adams of Hanover, Indiana; several cousins and other relatives.
Memorial services was conducted Sunday, August 26, 2018 by Pastor Mark Winner at the Church of God a Worldwide Association, 208 West Court Avenue in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Interment followed at a later date in the New Bethel Cemetery in Chelsea, Indiana.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home and the church. Online condolences, Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre Madison.

Ronnie Lee Jordon, 59, of Henryville, IN formerly of Salem, IN, passed away on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 in Salem,
Born January 30, 1959 in Louisville, KY, he was the son of Noel June Jordon and Frances Margaret (Goodman) Jordon who are both deceased. Ronnie worked in construction and was of Christian faith. He was a free spirit who enjoyed life, hunting arrowheads, and motorcycles.
Survivors include, 2 children, a daughter, Kimberly June Dean of Otisco, IN, a son, William Andrew Jordon of Scottsburg, IN, 4 grandchildren, Dakota Hartman, Garrett Dean, Lucas Dean, and Raegan Jordon, 4 siblings, Pat (Bud) Thomas of Henryville, IN, Mollie (Kenny) Arnett of Fairdale, KY, Juanita Parker of MI, and Kenny (Kim) Jordon of Salem, IN.
He was also preceded in death by 4 siblings, Brenda Montgomery, Zonnie Sexton, Jackie Jordon and Tina Monroe.
The family of Ronnie has entrusted Adams Family Funeral Home and Crematory in Henryville, with direct cremation services.
Online condolences can be given to the family at www.AdamsFuneralHomeOnline.com