Obituaries 1/7/20

Alice Kay Bartholomew

Alice Kay Bartholomew, 82, of Celina passed away Dec. 12. Funeral services were held Dec. 27 at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home with Rev. Kelsey Grissom officiating. Interment followed in the Bartholomew Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Eric Bartholomew, Brandon Neft, Kris Bartholomew, Blane Clayburn, Greg Gore and Jason Bartholomew.

She was born June 10, 1937 in Crawfordsville, Ind. She was a devoted homemaker and a kind person whose smile lit up the room. She loved reading, working in the yard and sitting outside with the warmth of the sun shining upon her face.

She was preceded in death by: parents, Crawford and Velma (Hargis); husband, Thomas Bartholomew; brothers, William and Larry; sisters, Pat and Annie; son in law, Phillip Grissom; and beloved granddaughter, Hannah Bartholomew.

Surviving relatives include: sons, Dwight Bartholomew and companion, Jenn Jamieson of Celina, Tommy Bartholomew and wife, Cindy of Red Boiling Springs, Rodney Bartholomew of Madison, Donny Bartholomew and wife, Shawna of Celina and Michael Bartholomew and wife, Ann also of Celina; daughters, Cindy Bartholomew and companion, Jay Cseh of Livingston, Ruth Grissom of Birmingham, Ala. and Misty Clayburn and companion, Jeremy Nash of Cookeville; sisters, Barbara Runyon and Alice’s twin sister, Janice Minnick, both of Crawfordsville, Ind.; grandchildren, Toshya, Greg, Brandon, Eric, Kris, Jason, Adam, Kelsey, Linsey, Macy, Sara, Emily, Jeff, Kelley, Blane, Andy, Allie, Audrey and Eli; great grandchildren, Taylor, Kaylee, Cassie, Shelby, Carley, Greg Jr., Jalynn, Bladon, Lily, Luke, Noah, Megan, Haley, Lea, Garrett, Ben, Houston and Morgan; many other family and friends.

 

Card of Thanks

The family of Remus Watson, would like to thank everyone for all the acts of kindness shown during the illness and passing of our loved one. The food, flowers, cards and ll other expressions of sympathy and love were greatly appreciated.

We want to thank Ken Miller for speaking and to the ones who sang at the service. Also to the Celina Nursing Home and all the wonderful nurses and to all the pallbearers.

A special thank you to Hall Funeral Home staff for their wonderful services and loving support.

We are grateful to all out family and friends for all you have done, but most of all for your prayers!

God Bless you all,

Wayne Watson and Karen Gaddis

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