Patricia Bell

Location - Glancy-H.Brown & Son Funeral Home, Warren, Indiana | Posted - Monday 22 May 2017 - 11:41:53

Patricia Maxwell Bell passed peacefully on May 8th just as she would have wanted, at her cherished Lake George cottage with her beloved puppy, Lorelei, at her side. Pat was born on St. Patrick’s Day in Plainfield, NJ in 1929. She worked her entire career, 37 years, for United Airlines before retiring in 1988, when she found her true love in life and married Norman Bell. Pat’s great loves were Norm, Lake George and her family and many special friends. She was a devoted Aunt Patsy to her niece and nephew and delighted in being GranPat to Andrew. Lake George has been her home since 1948. She was always very active in the Inland Cat Sailing Association since its inception, 60 years ago, as well as numerous other lake activities. The Annual Lake George Luminaries are directly the result of Pat’s original idea and extensive efforts.


Pat was predeceased by her husband, Norm Bell in 2006, her parents William H. Maxwell and Marcia Gauvey Kauff, and her nephew, William J. Maxwell. She is survived by her brother, William S. Maxwell (Ileen), her niece Lisa Maxwell-Frieden (Kris) and the six Frieden children, step-children Greg Bell (Cathy), Kathleen Skinner, and her son, Andrew (Rachael).


Pat’s last many months at the cottage were made possible by her devoted caregiver, Jeanne Martin, and Norm’s niece, Janie Larimore and her daughter Audrey. We are eternally grateful for the love and care and comfort they made possible for Pat.


Services will be on June 2nd at the Chapel of the Lakes, 2955 W. Orland Road, Angola, IN with a gathering of friends at 10:00 am and the service at 11:00 am. There will be a private burial at the family plot in Ney, Ohio.


Arrangements are being handled by Glancy - H. Brown & Son Funeral Home in Warren.


In lieu of flowers, Pat would have preferred a donation to the, Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County, 1700 N 200 W, Angola, In 46703.



Dale L. "Smurf" Uhrick

Location - Downing & Glancy Funeral Home, Geneva, Indiana | Posted - Monday 15 May 2017 - 16:50:14

Dale L. "Smurf" Uhrick, 69, of Bluffton, IN, passed away at 6:15 AM on Sunday, May 14, 2017 at Bluffton Regional Medical Center in Bluffton, IN.  He was born on Saturday, May 31, 1947, in Geneva, IN.  He married Jane A. (Fosnaugh)  Uhrick on September 20, 1990 in Geneva, IN.  Dale attended Jefferson Twp. and Geneva Schools. He had retired from Strick's in Monroe and had worked construction for many different companies thru the years. Dale was a fun loving person whom never met a stranger. He loved wood working and especially loved getting to spend time with his children and grandchildren.


Loving Survivors Include: Wife - Jane A. (Fosnaugh) Uhrick, Bluffton, IN, Daughters - Sherri (Craig) Cripe, Delphi, IN, Teresa (John Nauyokas) McSwain, Delphi, IN, Step Son - Joseph Bollinger, Bluffton, IN, Sisters – Ethel Flowers,  Dolly Osborne,  Flossie Morris, 4 Grandchildren, 4  Step Grandchildren , 1

Step Great Grandchild, and several Nieces & Nephews.



He was preceded in death by his Father - Vernon O. Uhrick, Mother - Edna (Morningstar) Uhrick,

Step Daughter - Robin Schmidt, and 9 Brothers & Sisters .



Family and friends may gather to share and remember at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall 100 W. Line St Geneva on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.


A celebration of Life   will be at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall  at 4:00 PM on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 with Dal Fosnaugh  officiating.


Preferred memorials:  American Cancer Society in Bluffton, IN  223 W. Washington St.  Bluffton    IN  46714                           


Arrangements are being handled by Downing & Glancy Funeral Home in Geneva.


Online condolences may be made at

Jude Andrew James Hix and Declan August Patrick Hix

Location - Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home, Van Buren, Indiana | Posted - Friday 12 May 2017 - 14:32:09

Jude Andrew James Hix , infant, passed away on May 11, 2017 and Declan August Patrick Hix twin brother of Jude passed away on May 12, 2017 at Parkview Regional Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN. They were both born on Thursday  May 11, 2017 to Bethanie Hix.

Loving Survivors: Mother- Bethanie Hix, Marion, IN Grandparents- Frank & Barbara Hix, Marion, IN, Aunts- Stephanie (Darren) Summerville, KY, Tiffanie (Caleb) Hodson, Marion, IN, Christine (Chris) Myers, Fairmount, IN, Big Brother- Peyton Phillip Hix, Marion, IN, and Maternal Great Grandpa- Don Smith, Marion, IN.

A graveside service will be held Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 11:00 AM with Pastor Tom Mansbarger officiating at the Gardens of Memory, Marion, IN.

Bethanie would like to share a couple verses in remembrance to her sons: Come stop your crying
It will be alright Just take my hand And hold it tight I will protect you From all around you
I will be here Don't you cry For one so small, You seem so strong My arms will hold you,
Keep you safe and warm This bond between us Can't be broken I will be here Don't you cry 'Cause you'll be in my heart Yes, you'll be in my heart From this day on Now and forever more
You'll be in my heart No matter what they say You'll be here in my heart

I Samuel 1:27-28

27 “I Prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him.28 So now I give him to the Lord. For his whole life he will be given over to the Lord. And he worshipped the Lord there.


Betty C. Gregerson

Location - Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home, Van Buren, Indiana | Posted - Wednesday 17 May 2017 - 13:08:22

Betty C. Gregerson, 94, of Van Buren, IN, passed away at 3:15 AM on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at Colonial Oaks Health & Rehabilitation Center in Marion, IN.  She was born on Friday, August 25, 1922, in Mora, MN.  She married Vincent L. Gregerson on August 24, 1946 in Hayward, WI; he passed away on September 20, 1981.  Betty graduated high school in Barron, WI. She was a Licensed Practical Nurse for several years. Betty enjoyed babysitting her grandchildren and spending time with her family. She was a member of the Van Buren Nazarene Church where she was a Sunday school teacher, church board member and President of the Missionary Society.


Survivors include: Sons - Roy (Karen) Gregerson, Frankfort, IN, Robert (Sarah) Gregerson, Ft. Myers, FL, Michael (Karolee) Gregerson, Huntington, IN, Daughters - Michelle (Rex) Banter, Warren, IN, Carol Gregerson, Van Buren, IN, Gail (Terry) Keating, Traskwood, AR, Son in Law - Robert (Barb) Jones, Huntington, IN, 20 Grandchildren, 24 Great Grandchildren and 4 Gr. Gr. Grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her: Father - Charles Fegan, Mother - Eldona (Black) Fegan, Husband - Vincent L. Gregerson, Daughter - Patricia Jones, Brothers - Charles Edward Fegan and William Robert Fegan, Sisters - Wilma Jean Foster and Ruth Fegan.


Family and friends may gather to share and remember at Van Buren Nazarene Church 305 S. 1st Street Van Buren on Friday, May 19, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.


A service to celebrate Betty’s life will be at Van Buren Nazarene Church at 11:00 AM on Saturday, May 20, 2017 with the Pastor Jeff Slater officiating.  Viewing will be held one hour before the service. Interment will follow in the Van Buren Cemetery in Van Buren.


Preferred memorials:  Nazarene Mission Society, PO Box 384 Van Buren, IN  46991                           


Arrangements are being handled by Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home in Van Buren.

Joy G. Teagle

Location - Walker & Glancy Funeral Home, Montpelier, IN | Posted - Sunday 14 May 2017 - 08:22:27

Born: October 12, 1930 in Sturgis, Michigan

Died: May 12, 2017 in Hartford City, Indiana

Parents: Nathan and Genevieve Teagle

Siblings: Erma Lou Reff (deceased) and Lowell Kay Teagle, Kokomo, Indiana

School: Chester Center Wells County

Joy always enjoyed playing and watching sports. Joy played softball and basketball in his early years. Joy was on 2 Sectional Championship Teams during his junior and senior years at Chester Center. Joy graduated from Chester Center in Wells County in 1948.

In 1950, Joy left Poneto, Indiana to join the United States Navy. Joy served his country aboard the USS Valley Forge until 1954.

Joy met Dorotha Crockett in 1950 and wrote her letters while serving his country. In August of 1955, Joy and Dorotha were married at the Pennville Methodist church.

After 4 years Joy and Dorotha welcomed a son, Chris Michael Teagle.

They had their second son, Craig Douglas Teagle in 1963.

Joy worked and retired from Rock Tenn, Eaton, Indiana. He purchased the Teagle family farm that has been in their name since 1905.

Joy always loved to entertain and make people smile. He always had a joke to tell. So naturally Joy began calling square dancing. Joy enjoyed teaching and calling square dances for more than 40 years. Joy and Dorotha traveled through the states of Indiana, Michigan, Florida, and Ohio. Joy and Dorotha established many friendships over the years.

After retiring from Rock Tenn, Joy and Dorotha went to Crystal Lake, Florida.

Joy was a former member of the American Square Dancing Association, and the Indiana Callers Association. He was also a member of the Millard-Brown American Legion Post 156, Montpelier since 1956.

In 1983, Joy and Dorotha’s son Chris married Lisa Hummer from Hartford City. They have two beautiful daughters, Emily Teagle Urlage and Brittany Teagle Ramirez. Emily and her husband, Brian, live in Latonia, Kentucky and have a 2-year-old daughter, Rachel Joy, and a 7-month son, Nathan. Brittany and her husband, Andrew, live in Muncie, Indiana.

In 1989, their son Craig, married Shelley Gothrup from Hartford City, Indiana. They have 3 children, Alexa, Trey, and Lauren.

Joy was very proud of his son’s accomplishments. He spent many hours debating with Chris, and the family believes that this attribute is what makes Chris such a successful attorney to this day. Many hours were also spent playing sports; they say Joy would of kept playing basketball if he hadn’t turned his ankle messing around with the boys. Craig continues today loving the sport of basketball, and has been a phenomenal coach with over three hundred wins, and taking one of his teams to the State Championship game.

In Joy’s retirement he enjoyed watching his grandchildren participate in sports, watching sports on tv, and spending time with family and friends.

Joy was a loving husband, a wonderful father, and very caring and considerate grandpa.

Family and Friends may call from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Monday May 15, 2017 at Walker & Glancy Funeral Home in Montpelier, IN. also one hour prior to the service. Funeral service will be held 11:00 A.M. Tuesday at the Walker & Glancy Funeral Home with Reverend Lloyd Hall and Reverend Gary Hall Officiating. Burial will follow in Brookside Memorial Park, Montpelier. The United States Navy and the Millard-Brown Legion Post will be in charge of military graveside rights.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Grace United Methodist Church or the donors favorite local charity.

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