Craig grew up with the “need for speed” and a competitive edge. He soon began racing BMX bikes and dirt bikes. He became involved in mountain bike racing and cyclocross.
Craig played guitar as a teenager and carried this love for music to adulthood as he joined a band and performed throughout central Indiana.
Throughout the years he shared his love of music and cycling with the family and involved his children.
Services entrusted to Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory.
KIMBERLY ANN PARSON BRYANT, 66, daughter, Kendra Weilhammer; parents, Charles and Jacqueline Fair; sisters, Katrina (Mike) Very, Karen (Steve) Eickman, Kandace (Rob) Connor.
Kimberly will be remembered for her kind, compassionate, caring, dedicated, loyal, huge humble heart and giving personality. She would do anything for her daughters no matter what the need. She gave without ceasing.
Indiana Funeral Care, Greenwood Chapel conducted services.
MARY FRANCES TIETZ CRAMPTON, 88, widow of Thomas Crampton, Sr.; children, Jane Kress (Paul) and Thomas Crampton, Jr (Heather); five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; siblings, Anthony Tietz (Jane) and Patricia Newman.
Fran graduated as salutatorian of her high school class at Sacred Heart Parish. She always enjoyed a good book, especially humor and satire. One of her favorites was P. G. Wodehouse. Fran retired from Eli Lilly & Co. in 1997.
A Rosary will be prayed at 9 a.m. May 24. Visitation will be from 9:30-11:15 a.m. at O’Riley-Branson funeral home 6107 S. East Street.
MARGARET ANN DEBOOR, 90, widow of Charles “Bob” DeBoor; daughters, Karen (Russ) Wood, Cynthia Raymer and Diane Northup; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Meriam Spurling and Susan Cornwell.
Margaret had worked as a QMA at University Heights Nursing Home, in factories and customer service through the years.
Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Home handled arrangements.
BETTY JEAN HALLAM, 97, widow of Rex A. Hallam; children, Dennis (Anne), Larry and Thomas Hallam, Beverly (Grant) Poland, Peggy (David) Skinner, Rebecca (Steve) Heimbach, Lori Earley, Lisa (Jim) Parrish; stepson, Rex (Mary Lu) Hallam; siblings, James White, Helen Andrews, Judy Norris; 19 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren.
Betty retired from St. Francis Hospital in Beech Grove. She was a member of Thompson Road Baptist Church. Betty kept her mind sharp completing crossword puzzles and word searches. Betty enjoyed Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Alan Jackson’s gospel music and reading her Bible.
Visitation is Friday, May 19, 2023 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Forest Lawn Funeral Home & Memory Gardens in Greenwood with services at 1 p.m.
MICHAEL L. HORNBROOK, 73, wife, Rita Hornbrook; children, Bonnie (Jeremiah) Moynahan, Daniel (Holly) Hornbrook; seven grandchildren.
Michael proudly served his country in the U.S. Navy Seabees during the Vietnam War.
Upon returning home, he followed his passion of helping others and became a Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy of which he dedicated 40 years of his life to his love of police work.
People were drawn to his larger-than-life personality, smile and kind eyes. Michael talked openly and often about his deep love and reverence for his Lord and Savior.
Singleton and St. Pierre were entrusted with arrangements.
PAULA HAMM KENISON, 74, husband, David; sons, Matthew and Paul Kenison.
Paula attended Purdue University but decided to transfer to Indiana State where David was going to school mostly to keep David in line.
Paula was an elementary Teacher at IPS School #20 for almost 40 years. During her time as a teacher, Paula made a positive impact on thousands of kids. She was an avid foodie that loved to cook. She never met a cookbook that she did not want to buy for herself or as a gift for someone else.
Services conducted by Norman F. Chance Funeral Home.
PAMELA J. LEFFLER, 74, husband, Ronnie Leffler; daughter, Melissa (Steven) Kinney; two grandchildren; sisters, Susie Bollinger, Christa Poisal, and Jennifer Gilbert.
Pam was a graduate of Southport High School and IUPUI. Pam was a devout Catholic and her faith was very important to her. Pam could always be found with a smile on her face.
She enjoyed reading, crocheting, and making costumes for her grandchildren at Halloween. Pam could be found in her garden, growing her own vegetables.
She enjoyed trying new restaurants with her family and enjoyed international cuisine.
O’Riley Branson Funeral Service & Crematory handled arrangements.
DOUGLAS JOHN LOUDEN, 57, father, Carl; stepmother, Edie; sisters, Patty and Susie; fiancé, Sherri.
Doug was a man of many talents, although some might argue that his singing voice was not one of them. However, that never stopped him from belting out his favorite tunes.
He loved sports, racing, and rock music, and was an intellectual on crosswords with pen to newspaper (because pencil was for rookies).
Doug was loved and cherished by many. He will be remembered for his infectious laughter and his generous spirit.
Indiana Funeral Care, Greenwood Chapel handled arrangements.
WILLIAM “BILLY” RYBOLT, 64, wife, Devona; children, Amanda Crosby, Ashley (Shawn) Abbott, Angel (Brandon) Perry, Ruth, George (Vicky), Melinda, Faith-Marie (Scotty) and William Rybolt III; 17 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
Billy attended the Indiana School for the Deaf. In his younger years, he was a volunteer firefighter.
He was rambunctious, loud, and full of life. There was never a dull moment in his presence and he made sure to always have everyone laughing. He was the life of every party. He was a family man and prided himself on his beautiful large family.
Indiana Funeral Care, Greenwood Chapel handled arrangements.
DAVID WAYNE THOMPSON, 81, wife, Theresa Thompson; sisters, Shirley Raymond, Patricia Knight, Maureen (Roger) Concepcion; children, Eleica (Carl) Drake, Theresa (Scott) Carnagua, David (Gloria) and Tammy Thompson; son-in-law, James Davis: 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren.
David began working at the Chrysler Electrical Plant in 1965 until it closed. He then transferred to the Chrysler Foundry until he retired in 2001. David served in the U.S. Army. He loved being down at the lake with his family and with a fishing pole in his hand.
Services entrusted to Indiana Funeral Care, Greenwood.
WILMA KAY TIRMENSTEIN-HAUSER, 83, husband, Don Hauser; widow of Norman Tirmenstein; brother, Leslie Wildman; stepchildren, Mike, Terry, and Jeff Hauser, Diane Kelley and Shana Hynes.
She was a member of the Beech Grove Eagles and Beech Grove American Legion.
G.H. Herrmann Funeral handled arrangements.
DANNY M. VINCI, 75, wife, Bonnie Vinci; children, Danny (Tammy) Vinci, Lisa (Tim) Cross, Tamara (George) Holland, Tona Mann, and Jennifer Howard; siblings, Mary (Don) Moore, Deanna Colley, Frank (LuAnn) Vinci and Karen (Tony) Beckham; 19 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren.
Danny was a graduate of Harry E. Wood High School, class of 1965 and retired from Chrysler after 30 years of service. He also retired as a volunteer firefighter for the Greenwood Fire Department after 10 years of service. Danny loved to fish, bowl and spend time with his family.
Services by Lauck & Veldhof Funeral & Cremation Services.