The Shelbyville News
Mary Frances Nolley,
73, Shelbyville, died Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006, Danville.
Friday, January 28, 2006
Born June 21, 1932, in Smithland,
d/o Frank G. and Mildred Lavone (Stroup) Snyder.
former Police Chief Robert L. Nolley on June 25, 1948; he preceded
her in death on May 6, 2002.
Survivors: two sons, former police
chief Robert Mason Nolley (wife, Donna) of Shelbyville and
Michael Allen Nolley
(wife, Carol) of Avon; one daughter, Ellen Marie
Grant (husband, Robert) of Brownsburg; one foster son, Larry Elliott
of Florida; two sisters,
Izetta Vanderpohl of Greensburg and Anna Mae Gronewald
of St. Paul, Minn.; 16
grandchildren, Jenny Price, Navy Lt. Rob Nolley, Mary Clark, Shelbyville
Det. Joe Nolley, Marine Lance Corp. Michael Nolley Jr., Michelle
Bagley, Chastity Haggard, Daniel Nolley, Robert Nolley, Teresa
Sasher, Jamie Beatty, Joshua Crisman, Amanda Walkup, Sean Grant,
Ashley Grant and Ana Marie Flores; and 19 great-grandchildren.
in death by one great-grandson.
Employed at TRW Cinch from 1966 until retiring
Member of First Baptist Church, Eastern
Star in Shelbyville and American Legion in Brownsburg.
Proud to be the wife, mother and grandmother of three Shelbyville police
officers, two of whom became police chiefs.
Glenn E. George & Son Funeral Home,
First Baptist Church, 14 W. Broadway St., with the Rev. Dan McCollough
Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to First Baptist Church, 14 W. Broadway St.,
Shelbyville, IN 46176.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville News
Mrs. James (Patricia Jean) Nolley, 33, died today, Major Hospital.
Seriously ill 3 mos.
September 28, 1962
Lived 519 Montgomery St.
Born 26 Oct 1929 in Shelbyville, d/o William and Nancy
Married James Nolley 30 May 1946.
Survivors: husband; mother, Shelbyville; 2 children, Linda
and James Nolley, Jr; siblings, Mrs. Geraldine Walker,
Shelbyville, Wallace G. Brokering, Shelbyville, William J.
Brokering, Shelbyville, Harry E. Brokering, Shelbyville, Francis
L. Brokering, Shelbyville, Norman B. Brokering, U.S. Army -
CA, Mrs. Connie (Thelma) Taylor, Albuquerque, NM.
Member of the Shelbyville Church of The Nazarene, Missionary Society and Young
Funeral services at the Nazarene Church, Rev. C.D. Gadbow officiating.
Burial: Forest Hill cemetery.
Carmony Funeral Home, arrangements.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming for Vicki