In Loving Memory...
The Warren County Community Foundation is saddened by the recent loss of these community members. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families at this difficult time.
The Warren County Community Foundation is saddened by the passing of Sue Ann (Rummel) Rademacher. She passed away in Williamsport on Monday, July 11th at the age of 77. Sue Ann was born February 19, 1945, in Pioneer, Ohio. She married Lowell Rademacher in 1965 in Pioneer. He survives along with a son, Brent (Pam) Rademacher and daughter Jamie (Greg) Briles, and grandchildren Taylor Rademacher, Morgan (Adam) Scott, Trenton Briles, and Dalton Briles.
Sue Ann had worked for several banks, for Seeger High School, and at the Marshfield Elevator. She also had her own craft business as well. She was a member of West Lebanon Christian Church, enjoyed making floral designs, and her favorite place to travel was Branson, MO.
Sue Ann was devoted to her family and started many family traditions that are still carried out. She enjoyed cooking and loved watching her children and grandchildren coach and play basketball, and direct musical programs.
Contributions can be made in Sue Ann's memory to the Warren County Community Foundation 31 North Monroe Williamsport, IN 47993.
The Warren County Community Foundation is saddened by the passing of Margaret Jean (Taylor) Hurley on July 17th at the age of 94. Jean grew up in Kramer and graduated from Williamsport High School in 1945. Jean was a clerk with the O.P.A. office in the Warren County Courthouse. She married Everett Hurley in 1945.
She worked at Radio Materials, Guthman Manufacturing, Martin Lumber, Peaslee Gulbert, and Cummins Diesel. Then in 1954 Jean accepted a position with Attica Consolidated Schools and spent 25 years with the Corporation. She was proud of her work to secure Public Employee Retirement Fund coverage for non-certified employees. In 1994, Jean joined the staff of Dr. Petrich as a medical coder and bookkeeper for 8 years.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 2 sisters, Anna May (Taylor) Smith Young and Mary Marjorie (Taylor) Hines; 3 brothers, Laverne Taylor, Raymond Taylor, and Richard (Ivadean) Taylor; four nephews, Larry Taylor, Terry Smith, Jeff Taylor, and Paul Taylor along with a niece, Marlena Thomas.
She leaves behind her nieces, Janice (Herb) Larson; Charlene Smith, Valerie Taylor; Shelly Taylor; Sisters-in-law, JoAnn (Raymond-deceased) Taylor; Joan (Laverne-deceased) Taylor; Brother-in-law, Ed Thomas; nephews, Bill (Holly) Taylor, Sr.; John (Kay) Taylor; Wesley (Jan) Odle; several great-nieces and great-nephews. Donations can be made to Paws 'n Claws Animal Shelter or Warren County Community Foundation.
In Loving Memory of our board member, Andy VanMeter
Andy lit up the room. His wit, humor, compassion, generosity, great ideas, intelligence, smile, laugh, and unique ability to look at an issue from many perspectives are just a few of the many things that we will miss about Andy. Thanks for the great memories.
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