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Dixie J. Loveless

Service:
Monday, April 23, 2012
2:00 PM
Loveless Cemetery
Pike County, IN



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Dixie J. Loveless, 88 passed away Thursday April 19, 2012 at the Amber Manor Care Center in Petersburg. She was born April 11, 1924in Pike County to John and Oma Grace (Hill) Robling. She was the oldest of five children, brothers Ermil "Doc" Robling, James Willard "Bud" Robling, a set of infant twins boys and a niece Cheryl Foster all preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Warner Loveless in 2008.

She is survived by a nephew Jon Robling, nieces Lisa Miller, Debbie Coleman and Trisia Lamar, special friends and relatives, Gerald and June Loveless and Garrett "Mick" Shafer.

As a young teenager she worked at Catt’s Restaurant in Petersburg and baby-sat a lot of children around Pike County. She met a young man named Warner Loveless and later married him Aug. 8, 1945. They lived in lower Logan Township for many years. She took care of the house and helped her husband around the farm. She became a news writer writing articles for WRAY Radio, and Logan Township news for the Dispatch and later The Petersburg Press.

She loved the Lord and with her husband attended Rumbletown Free Methodist Church. She loved to play the piano and sing with her husband there and many other area church’s. She also played piano for many others who sang as well.

The past two years she has been at Amber Manor and for most of that time she had been bed fast. She loved for people to come in and talk and she would sing. The nurses and aides loved her and enjoyed her singing as well. She appreciated all the good care they gave her as well as the care and the visits she had with Dr. Keepes. We know she would say a great big thank you to all.

Funeral services will be held at the graveside 2 p.m. Monday C.D.T. April 23, 2012 at the Loveless Cemetery in Pike Co. with Rev. Michael Elliott officiating. Burial will follow the services. There will be no visitation Corn-Colvin Funeral Home in Oakland City is handling the arrangements.


 


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