Shelby  County  Indiana


The  Leppert  Mortuary
Jacqueline Leppert
February, 19, 1929 - February, 05, 2012
          Jacqueline Leppert  age 82 of Fishers, Indiana, passed away at her residence surrounded by her children and grandchildren Sunday February 5, 2012.  She was the daughter of the late  Alexander and  Rose (Conway) Snow.  She attended Marian College for two years.  Jacki married  D. Richard "Dick" Leppert  on September 2, 1950 and from that union of 47 years they had eight children who survive;  Rick (Sam) Leppert,  Cyndy (Bill) Sampsell,  Debbie (Steve) Swope,  Cheryl Schwab (Dan McFarren),  Linda (Bart) Denney,  Gregg (Gigi),  Steve (Tiphany)  and  Bob (Tiffany) Leppert.  There are 16 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.  She has one surviving sister;  Rosalie (Fred) Ball.  Family and friends will gather on Thursday February 9th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm in the Leppert Mortuary, Nora Chapel and a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday February 10th, 2012 at 11:00 am in St. Pius X Catholic Church of which she was a charter member.  Memorial contributions to the Little Sisters of the Poor.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
December 30, 1915
Page 3
Held This Morning at St. Vincent
Catholic Church -- Died Thurs-
day at Indianapolis.
(From Monday's Daily.)
          Funeral services for  Miss Mayme Leppert  were held this morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Vincent Catholic church, the Rev. Fr. Ketter officiating, and the interment was made in the St. Vincent cemetery in charge of Wilson & Ewing.  Deceased was formerly a resident of the St. Vincent community.  Her death occurred Thursday morning at the home of her mother,  Mrs. Christina Leppert,  in Indianapolis.
          Miss Leppert was 31 years old and had many friends in this county.  The family had been away from this county only three years.  She is the first of the twelve children to be called by the Death Angel, the surviving children being six brothers and five sisters as follows:  John,  of Montgomery, Ind.;  Albert,  Reynolds, Ind.;  George,  Reynolds, Ind.;  Louis,  Shelby township;  Charles,  Omaha, Neb.;  Joseph,  Indianapolis;  Mrs. Susan Worland,  Shelby township;  Mrs. Margaret Meeks,  South Dakota;  Mrs. Julia Fredrick,  Aurora, Ind.;  Mrs. Matilda Vermillion,  Indianapolis, and  Mrs. Josie Heistand,  Shelbyville.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming  for John Bauder

The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
September 13, 1907
Had Started to Go from One Room
to Another -- Fell Dead in
the Doorway.
          Franic A. Leppert,  a well-known resident of the eastern part of Shelby township, died yesterday morning of an attack of heart trouble.  For several days he has been complaining that he was not feeling well, but his illness was not regarded as being of a serious nature.  Yesterday morning after working around his home for a few hours, he went inside the house and seated himself in a chair.  After sitting there awhile, he arose to go into another room.  In the doorway he fell.  His wife and daughter rushed to him and carried him to bed, but by the time they were able to render assistance life was extinct.  He was seventy-three years ofl age and had spent the greater part of his life in the St. Vincent neighborhood.
          Besides the widow the following children survive:  Mrs. Daniel Worland  of Daviess county,  Mrs. Herbert Meed,  of this city,  Mrs. John Bauweter  of Indianapolis,  Mrs. Paul Fredich  of Shelbyville,  Miss Mayme Leppert,  who resided with her parents,  John P. Leppert  of Daviess county,  Albert Leppert  of Indianapolis,  Louis Leppert  of Shelby township,  Charles Leppert  of Indianapolis,  Joe Leppert  of Aurora and  George Leppert  of this county.
          Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9:30 at St. Vincent church, the Rev. Father Ketter officiating.  Interment in St. Vincent cemetery in charge of D. B. Wilson & Son.  Cortege will leave the house at 7:45 o'clock.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming  for John Bauder

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