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Phyllis C. (King) Reding

July 13, 1923 September 18, 2018
Phyllis C. (King) Reding
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SUMMITVILLE, IN- Phyllis C. (King) Reding, 95, passed away on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at Miller’s Merry Manor in Chesterfield following an extended illness.

She was born on July 13, 1923 in Jonesboro to Fred and Margaret (Gross) King and has lived in the Summitville area for most of her lifetime. She was a graduate of Jonesboro High School-Class of 1941. Phyllis was many things to many people. She was a wife, mother, (Super Mom), sister, friend and one of the sweetest and kindest individuals to walk this planet. She held the title Super Mom for a very good reason. She raised and cared for 7 children born a little over 5 years apart. Her first child, Raymond was born on December 28, 1948. She then delivered twins, Mike and Patti on August 15, 1950, a little over 2 years later she then delivered another set of twins, Barbara and Betty on January 16, 1952. Last, but not least she had her last set of twins, Gwen and Gail on February 3, 1954. She cared for all of her children with a great amount of love, little sleep and a sense of humor that was with her to the very end. Phyllis worked outside of the home. She worked in the Payroll Department of the Grant County Courthouse for several years. She worked at the former RCA Plant for more than 20 years until her retirement in 1984. Phyllis also worked in the office at Little Rascals Pet Motel and Resort. She spent many years volunteering her time and energy to several charitable organizations. She was a member of the Kappa Delta Phi, a Summitville charitable sorority and she was a Pink Lady volunteer working in the gift shop at Community Hospital in Anderson for several years. She was involved with the Meals on Wheels program from the Alexandria Community Center and was an active member of the Summitville First Christian Church. Phyllis moved to Anderson 7 years ago, alternating between the homes of her daughters Gwen (Randy) Hamilton and Gail (Lloyd) Shinolt, who felt blessed to have her in their lives during that time. She celebrated her 95th birthday in July with her family and friends who gathered commemorate the life of this remarkable woman. Phyllis was a lover of animals and shared many happy years with her little Yorkie, D.D. and her little Maltese, Jilly. She was a huge fan of the TV shows Jeopardy and QVC shopping channel. She will be lovingly remembered by her family and friends as the “QVC Queen.” She was a avid Pacers fan and never missed an opportunity to watch them on TV. Phyllis said she fulfilled a bucket list item when her granddaughter Eric and husband Chad Hightower took her to a Pacers game with their family, where she got to meet Boomer in person. She talked about what fun she had at that outing for months afterwards. She was loved and cherished by so many people and will be dearly missed and warmly remembered.

Survivors:
5 Daughters-Patricia (Denny) Hadley, Gwen (Randy) Hamilton and Gail (Lloyd) Shinholt all of Anderson, Betty (Paul) Moody-Crossville, Tennessee, Barbara (Gary) Hannah-Orestes
1 Son-Raymond (Becky) Reding-Anderson
18 Grandchildren
40 Great-grandchildren
6 Great-great grandchildren
Daughter-in-law-Debbie Reding-Anderson
Sister-in-law-Jackie King-Summitville
Nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her parents, Husband-Ernest Reding, Son-Michael Reding, Brother-Frank King



Services honoring Phyllis’s life and legacy will take place at 1 pm on Monday, September 24, 2018 in the Owens-Noffze Funeral Home, 1009 West Walnut Street, Summitville with Pastor Nathan Lutterman officiating. Interment will follow in Vinson Memorial Cemetery at Summitville. Friends may call at the Owens-Noffze Funeral Home on Sunday from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the Summitville First Christian Church or the Madison County Humane Society with envelopes available at the funeral home.

Phyllis’s family would like to thank some dear friends who were a big part of her life. Maxine Ewing, Donna Jones, Wally Mallasan, Mary Campbell, Karen Smith, Kay Morris, Ralph Fields, Barbara Ice, Patty Waddell, Janice Archer, Helen Ralston, Joyce and Betty Jeffrey, Teri Wable, Judy Rigney and Andrea Steele.

A special thanks goes out to Miller’s Merry Manor at Chesterfield and the Heartland Hospice for the wonderful caring and kindness of their staff during her stay, which was greatly appreciated.


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Previous Events

Visitation

Sunday

23

Sep

4:00 PM 9/23/2018 4:00:00 PM - 8:00 PM 9/23/2018 8:00:00 PM
Owens-Noffze Funeral Home

1009 Walnut Street
Summitville, IN 46070

Owens-Noffze Funeral Home
1009 Walnut Street Summitville 46070 IN
United States

Service

Monday

24

Sep

1:00 PM 9/24/2018 1:00:00 PM
Owens-Noffze Funeral Home

1009 Walnut Street
Summitville, IN 46070

Owens-Noffze Funeral Home
1009 Walnut Street Summitville 46070 IN
United States

Graveside

Monday

24

Sep

2:00 PM 9/24/2018 2:00:00 PM
Vinson Memorial Cemetery

1500 North County Road 100 East
Summitville, IN 46070

Vinson Memorial Cemetery
1500 North County Road 100 East Summitville 46070 IN
US

Cemetery Details

Location

Vinson Memorial Cemetery Final Resting Place

1500 North County Road 100 East
Summitville, IN 46070

1500 North County Road 100 East Summitville 46070 IN
US

Memorial Contribution

Summitville First Christian Church

600 East Walnut
PO Box 176
Summitville, IN 46070

Madison County Humane Society

2219 Crystal Street
Anderson, IN 46012
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