The Shelbyville News
Edward "Ed" Thibo, 37, of Liberty Twp. ... a former staff member of The Shelbyville News, died unexpectedly ... today in Major Hospital. ... Death was attributed to complications after [an emergency appendectomy].
May 18, 1964
“ Edward Thibo, 37, Dies Here
Rites Wednesday for Well Known Farmer
[He] was a 1945 Waldron High School graduate and was a photographer and engraver for The News from 1947 to 1951. He had been engaged in farming since that time.
[He] ws born Dec. 19, 1926, in Shelby County, the son of Mrs. Ethel (Zobel) Thibo of R. R. 1, Waldron, and the late Edd Thibo. On Feb. 27, 1949, he married Patricia Wagoner and she survives with two children, Holly and Jeannette Thibo, at home.
Also surviving are four brothers, Cornelius Thibo of R. R. 1, Waldron, Glenn Thibo of Waldron, Maurice Thibo of Kansas City., Mo., and Lowell Thibo of Indianapolis, and two sisters Mrs. Joseph (Wilma) Johnson of this city, and Mrs. George (Marjorie) Lanigan of Kansas City, Mo.
[He] was a member of the St. Vincent Catholic Church. Services will be held at the church Wednesday, with Rev. Anthony Seger officiating. Burial will be in the St. Vincent cemetery. Friends may call at the Murphy Mortuary ..."
Condensed and submitted by Don T. Mitchell, 2nd cousin of Patricia Ann (Wagoner) (Thibo) Shirk, whose mother was Mildred (Mitchell) Wagoner (1904-1976)