Jack A. Daggy, Sr.
Jack A. Daggy Sr., age 78, of Richmond, died Tuesday afternoon (August 24, 2004) at Reid Hospital. He was born in Wayne County on July 11, 1926 to Earl Sr. and Ruby Mae Kerr Daggy and had lived here all of his life. He was a graduate of Morton High School where he played basketball and football and he attended Earlham College. He was a World War II veteran serving in the Infantry in the European Theatre where he participated in the Rhineland Campaign, was wounded, and received the Purple Heart. He also received the Combat Infantry Badge, the World War II Victory Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. He was the retired owner-operator of Jack Daggy Flowers. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and working with youth was his joy. He served as a Scout Master for 6 years and he also served as treasurer of Riley School and as treasurer and president of Boston Junior High School. He had been a member of the Richmond High School Music Boosters where he also served as treasurer. He was a former member of the Wayne County 4-H Fair Board and had served as a 4-H Horse & Pony Leader during the late 1960s and early 1970s. He had served on the Rose Festival Board and had arranged flowers for the Rose Festival for over 22 years. He was a former member of the Kiwanis Club and served as president of the local American Heart Association from 1982 1984. He had served as a precinct chairman for the Republican Party and was a member of the Planning and Zoning Board. He was a former member and past president of the Diamond L Saddle Club. Jack had taught flower arranging classes at IU East and he was a member of Harry Ray Post 65 of the American Legion.
Survivors include Wife Ruth N Close Daggy to whom he was married 53 years.
Sons Jack Jad (Darlene) Daggy Jr.
Jim (Kim) Daggy
Daughters Sherry McClain (Brian Belbin)
Cathy (Tom) Brunner
Brother Earl (Lois) Daggy
Sister Betty (Mac) Lantz
10 Grandchildren: Andrew (Kristen) McClain, Emily McClain, Michael Daggy, Jamie (Sean) Abram, Katie Daggy, Amy (Duane) White, Kasie Brunner, Shelbianne Brunner, Justin Daggy, Jessica Daggy
Great Granddaughter Taylor White
Nieces & Nephews
Services will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday (August 27, 2004) in Riggle Waltermann Mortuary. Rev. Mark Wesler and Rev. Fred Cox will officiate. Burial will be in Elkhorn Cemetery. Friends may call on Thursday (August 26, 2004) from 4:00 pm to 8:00pm at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1401 Chester Blvd. Richmond, IN 47374, or the Circle You Help Center Christmas Fund, PO Box 4091, Richmond, IN 47375, or to Saint Jude Childrens Research Hospital, 501 Saint Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
Jean Sage, age 84, formerly of Richmond, died Tuesday morning (August 24, 2004) in Saint Vincent Carmel Hospital. She was born in Neoga, Illinois on July 21, 1920 to Walter and Marie Frances Roe Johnson and had lived in Richmond for over 50 years before moving to Evansville in 2000 and then to Indianapolis in 2004. She was a homemaker and a member of Central United Methodist Church. Her husband, Dr. Charles V. Sage, died July 24, 2001.
Survivors include Daughter Sara (husband Jim) Risinger of Westfield, Indiana
Son Charles Sonny (wife Pat) Sage of North Canton, Ohio
Sister Jewell Durbin Quinn of Anderson, Indiana
Grandchildren Chuck Sage, Anne Shingleton, Jay Risinger and John
Great Grandchildren Chelsea, Nathan, Jay, Alex and Avery
Private services will be held on Friday (August 27, 2004) in Earlham Mausoleum. There will be no public calling. Memorial contributions may be made to the Reid Hospital Foundation, 1401 Chester Blvd. Richmond, Indiana 47374.
Jeannette L. Hunt
Jeannette L. Hunt, age 89, of Richmond, died Thursday morning (August 26, 2004) at Reid Hospital. She was born in Richmond on January 8, 1915 to Harley and Ethel Williams Bailey and had lived in this area all of her life. She was a homemaker and had worked at the former Mid-West Casket Company and at Perfect Circle. She was a 50 year member of Loyal Chapter #48 Order of Eastern Star and she was a member of New Paris Gospel Baptist Church. Her husband, Clifford Hunt, died April 20, 1976.
Survivors include Son Jack Banta of Cambridge City
Daughter Jo A. Luginbill of New Paris
Step Daughter Linda Orsborn of Richmond
Brother Clarence Bailey of Chester
9 Great Grandchildren
3 Step Grandchildren
11 Step Great Grandchildren
2 Step Great Great Grandchildren
Nieces & Nephews
A grandson, Doug Banta, and two brothers, Richard Bailey and Lewis Bailey are also deceased.
Public graveside services will be held at 10:30 am on Monday (August 30, 2004) in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Rev. Gilmer Smith will officiate. There will be no public calling. Memorial contributions may be made to Gospel Baptist Church Building Fund, 124 High Street, New Paris, OH 45347. Arrangements are being handled by Riggle Waltermann Mortuary.
Carol A. Creech
Carol A. Creech, age 62, of Richmond, died Saturday afternoon (August 28, 2004) at Heritage House of Connersville. She was born in Richmond on June 27, 1942 to Earl and Kathryn Foreman and had lived here all of her life. She was a graduate of Richmond High School and had worked in management at various restaurants in this area.
Survivors include Son Roger (Jennifer) Creech of Richmond
Daughter Angela (Andy) Arnold of Richmond
Brother John Foreman of California
The family will receive friends on Wednesday (September 1, 2004) from 5:00 pm to 7:00pm at Riggle Waltermann Mortuary. No Service is planned.
Theresa A. Nolte
Theresa A. Nolte, age 89, of Richmond, died Sunday afternoon (August 29, 2004) at her residence. She was born in Columbus, Ohio on January 30, 1915 to Pasquale and Carmella Piccenti Durso and had lived in this area most of her life. She was a graduate of Morton High School and she was a member of Holy Family Church. Her husband, Martin A. Nolte, died in 1997.
Survivors include Daughter Judy Johnson of Richmond
Son Martin J. Nolte of Richmond
Sisters Jeanette Muckridge of New Paris, Ohio
Sister Ellen Durso of Cincinnati, Ohio
Brother Carmen J. Durso of Yuba City, California
38 Great Grandchildren
4 Great Great Grandchildren
Nieces & Nephews
A son, Michael Nolte died in 1994
A Liturgy of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday (September 2, 2004) in Holy Family Church. Burial will be in Saint Mary Cemetery. Friends may call on Thursday (September 2, 2004) from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Seton Catholic Schools or to Saint Mary Cemetery both % 240 South 6th Street, Richmond, IN 47374. Arrangements are being announced by Riggle Waltermann Mortuary.
Mary A. Kirchner
Mary A. Kirchner, age 70, of New Paris, died Thursday morning (September 2, 2004) at Reid Hospital. She was born in Richmond on January 31, 1934 to Ryland and Lucille Worthington Jones and had lived in this area most of her life. She was a graduate of Richmond High School and had worked as a nurse at Reid Hospital. Her husband, Kenneth Kirchner, died June 19, 2000
Survivors include Daughter Karen J. Hamilton of Richmond
Son Michael Landgrave of New Paris
9 Great Grandchildren
A son, Phillip R. Landgrave, died on December 24, 2001.
Private services will be held in Earlham Cemetery on Saturday (September 4, 2004). There will be no public calling. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1401 Chester Blvd., Richmond. IN 47374. Riggle Waltermann Mortuary is handling arrangements.
Daniel J. Toney
Daniel J. Toney, age 80, of Richmond, died Sunday (October 3, 2004) at Oakridge Rehab and Specialty Care. He was born in Richmond to Alphonso and Edith Morris Toney and had worked at the former Swayne Robinson Company.
Survivors include Daughter Susie Toney
Brothers Eugene Toney
Nieces & Nephews
Services will be held at 11:00 am on Friday (October 8, 2004) in Earlham Cemetery Mausoleum. Friends may call on Thursday (October 7, 2004) from 6:00 pm to 8:00pm at Riggle Waltermann Mortuary