The Shelbyville News
52, of Shelbyville, died Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006, at his home.
March 2, 2006
Born April 30, 1953, in Decatur County, s/o Melvin and Ada
Lou (Pike) Dearinger.
Married Pamela J. Meeke on April 20, 1996, and
Other survivors: parents, of St. Paul; one daughter, Christin
Ashcraft; one son, Ian Ashcraft; and one sister, Holly
(husband, Larry) of Jacksonville, Fla.
Lived in Shelbyville for 11 years. Previously lived in
Plumber of G-T Plumbing Inc. for 20 years.
Member of St. Paul Christian Church, in St. Paul.
St. Paul Christian
Church, 102 Harrison St., St. Paul, with the
Revs. Bill Horner and Homer Hecht officiating.
Burial: Paul Hill Cemetery, in St. Paul.
Glenn E. George Funeral Home, 106 E. Franklin St. in St. Paul, is handling
Contributions: Hospice of South Central Indiana or
St. Paul Christian Church.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Republican
Wilbur L. Dearinger, 66, former resident of Shelby county was found dead at his home in Homer
Friday evening about 6:30 o'clock. His wife had left the home for this
city early yesterday morning and Dr. Robert Johnson, Rush county coroner, stated
that death apparently caused by a heart attack, had occurred between 9:00 and
11:00 o'clock. Mr. Dearinger had not been in good health for two weeks.
Saturday, February 10, 1951
W. L. DEARINGER IS FOUND DEAD
A painter by occupation,
he was born in Rush county on December 5, 1884, the son of Harlin
and Mary E. Dearinger. He was a member of the Homer Christian
On April 3, 1910, he was
married to Chloa B Mahin. Surviving with the widow are a
daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Briley of this city; one sister, Mrs.
Clata Delinger of Carthage, and two brothers, Russell J.
Dearinger and Loren Dearinger both of Rushville.
Funeral services will be
held at the Homer Christian Union Church Monday at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. O. J.
McMullen of Jonesboro officiating. Interment, in charge of the Carmony
Funeral Home in Manilla, will be at Forest Hill cemetery. Friends may call
at the funeral home after noon Sunday.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Democrat
(From Monday’s Daily)
Thursday February 25, 1915
Page 4 column 3
Jacob Dearringer, 85 years old, for many years a resident of Union
township, Shelby county, where he was held in the highest esteem by all who knew
him, died at the poor house in Rush county at ten o’clock last night, his
death being caused by injuries he suffered two weeks ago in a fall. He had been
an inmate of the county infirmary since last November. While his wife was living
the couple made their home on a small tract of land she owned in Union township.
Mrs. Dearringer died five years ago. Mr. Dearringer has a son, Melvin E.,
living somewhere in Colorado, and he has a son-in-law and several grandchildren
living in Walker township, Rush county. The funeral services will be held at the
Christian Church in Manilla at ten o’clock tomorrow and the burial will be
made in the Bennett cemetery in Union township.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelbyville Daily Democrat
William Dearinger died at his residence, No. 65 West Colescott st.,
this city, at 12:50 p.m. Monday, November 19, 1896, of stomach and bowel trouble
at the age of thirty-eight years. He was well and favorably known in this
vicinity, having been agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. He
leaves a wife and four children. The funeral services will be under the
auspices of the K. of P. Lodge. An autopsy was held on the remains last
evening by Drs. Jones, Stewart, of Marietta, and Ford, of Mt. Auburn. The
autopsy proved that the kidneys of deceased had grown to his backbone. The
funeral service will be held at his late residence at two p.m. Wednesday,
November 18, 1896. rev. Moore officiating. Interment in Forest Hill
cemetery. The remains and cortege in charge of Marshall G. Tindall.
Tuesday, November 17, 1896.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming