The Shelbyville News
Harry Emerson Itce, 76, died at the Veteran's Hospital in Indianapolis.
Friday, January 15, 1988
Residence: 35 Conrey St, Shelbyville.
Born October 18, 1911, Shelby County, s/o Harry O. Itce and Ethel
Married Edna Mae Runsche May 9, 1947.
Survivors: spouse, daughter Mrs. Ronnie (Juanita) Kuhn;
sons Harry E. Itce, Jr., Indianapolis, William Matt Itce,
Shelbyville, six grandchildren; sister, Mrs. John (Helen)
Landwerlen, Waldron; half-sisters Mrs. Don (Betty) Courtney,
Indianapolis, Mrs. Harold (Frances) Shadley, Shelbyville;
half-brothers Arthur Carew, Louisville, KY, Harley,
Bob, Dick Carew, all of Shelbyville.
WWII Army veteran.
Worked at Sandman Brothers over thirty years.
Member of the First Presbyterian Church, FOP Auxiliary, Sheriff's Association
Auxiliary, American Legion Post No. 70, Disabled American Veterans.
Ewing Mortuary with Rev. James Horner officiating.
Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery.
Contributions: Shelbyville Boys Club Expansion Fund.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Republican
William Itce, age thirteen, a son of Mrs. William Carew, of Arlington, formerly of Morristown, died Tuesday at the Major Memorial hospital here, following an operation for appendicitis. Besides the mother, the child is survived by a brother, three half-brothers, two sisters, and a half-sister. The grandmothers are Mrs. Sallie Hensley, of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Mollie Itce, of Shelbyville. Funeral services will be
held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at Forest Hill chapel, and burial will be made in Forest Hill cemetery, L. V. Hauk in charge.
Wednesday June 6, 1928
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Death Occurred Following An Appendicitis Operation
Submitted by Barb Huff