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In Loving Memory Of Ar’Monte King

Ar’Monte King, 20, passed away April 22, 2024.
Ar’Monte was born Oct. 7, 2003 to Denitra Jones and Thomas King.

Ar’Monte King

Ar’Monte King

Ar’Monte is survived by his mother Donitra Jones.
Ar’Monte was preceded in death by his father Thomas King; grandmothers Mary Robertson and Mary Stewart.
Funeral service will be noon Thursday at Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church, 2124 Cedar St. with visitation 2 hours prior to service.

In Loving Memory Of Natasha Kay Kroma

Natasha Kay Kroma

Natasha Kay Kroma

Natasha Kay Kroma (January 31, 1987 – April 5, 2024)

Natasha Kay Kroma, beloved daughter, sister, and friend, passed away on April 5, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and profound impact on all who were fortunate enough to know her. Born on January 31, 1987 in Marion, IN, Natasha’s journey through life was marked by unwavering determination, boundless compassion, and a deep-rooted faith in Christ. She leaves behind devoted parents Martin Yaidy Kroma Jr. (Bridget) and Nancy (Ann) Jones-Black (Kevin). She is survived by siblings Annemarie Kroma, DavRon Williams, Angelica Speikes, and Dante Ellenwood, maternal grandparent Mary I. Jones, as well as many loving aunts, uncles, godparents, and cousins.

Natasha excelled academically and athletically, attending Marion High School and Earlham College, where she played soccer and studied psycho biology. She later became a certified paralegal at Guilford College. Natasha dedicated her life to Christ at Grace Missionary Baptist Church.

A celebration of Natasha’s life will be held on April 19th at Grace Missionary Baptist Church, located at 2409 S. Nebraska St. Marion, IN 46953. Viewing from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, with the service following at 1:00 PM. Repast immediately following at Prince Hall.

Natasha will be dearly missed, but her memory and the deep, loving impact she made on countless lives will live on in the hearts of those she touched and loved.

In Loving Memory Of George “Fluff” Stith

George “Fluff” Stith

George “Fluff” Stith

George “Fluff” Stith, 71, passed away April 11, 2024.
George was born Feb. 26, 1953 to Davetta and Frank Stith.  He enjoyed playing cards, talking stuff and spending time with family and friends.
George is survived by his son Kwuan Stith; daughter Donita Goree; sisters Deborah Stith, Dawn Brit; grandchildren Zyshanti Clay, Markesha McClendon, Dayquan Swain; great grandchildren Jhamari Thompson, Mylah English, DiLyn Swain, Devyn Swain and a host of family and friends.
George was preceded in death by his parents Davetta Stith, Frank Stith; brothers Allen Stith, Kraig Williams and sister Sharon Perry.
Funeral service will be noon Saturday at New Birth Church, 403 W. 22nd St., with visitation 2 hours prior to service.

In Loving Memory Of Nathan “Peachie” Richardson

Nathan “Peachie” Richardson  passed away March 29, 2024.
Nathan  begin his life journey on June 12, 1952. He was a 1970 graduate from Marion High School, worked at RCA for 20+ years and Hoosier Park Racing and Casino.  Nathan accepted Christ at an early age and was a faithful member at Greater Second Baptist Church, where he was a chairman of the Deacon Board. After moving to Anderson, IN., Nathan was united with his wife of 27 years Rita Richardson.  Nathan enjoyed playing cards and spending time with family and friends.
Nathan is survived by his wife Rita Richardson; sons Johnathan Gee, Leon Allen, Marcus Pearson; daughters Tayoun Hawkins, Jeanette (Otis) Jones, Michelle Pearson; sisters Elain (Carl) Grant, Eileen Colvin, Diane (Daniel) Bow, Sylvia (Terry) Williams; special friend Melody Hudson; dog Jinks; 15 grandchildren, 10  great-grandchildren and a host of Family and friends.
Nathan was preceded in death by his mother Mary Francis Richardson; sister Carol Brown; brothers Norfleet Richardson and Michael Richardson.
Funeral service will be noon Friday at Greater Second Baptist Church, 705 W. 26th St. Marion, with visitation 2 hours prior to service.
Burial at Grant Memorial Park Cemetery.

In Loving Memory Of William Louis Ingram.

William Louis Ingram, 60, passed away Apr. 5, 2024 at Community Hospital.
William was born March 5, 1964 to William and Dorothy Ingram. He was employed at the Hopewell Center, participated in the Special Olympics and enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
William is survived by his sisters Lorraine Ingram, Charlotte McCotry; brothers Dennis Ingram, Christopher Ingram; nieces Bridney Killiebrew, Kelly McCotry and a host of family and friends.
Memorial service will be 4pm Wednesday at Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church, 2124 Cedar St.

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