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Norma Solona-Salinas
5/31/1975 - 2/10/2017

Norma Solano-Salinas, 41, of Logansport passed away Friday, February 10, 2017 in the St. Vincent Home Hospice, Indianapolis.

Born May 31, 1975, in Mexico City, Mexico, she was the daughter of Celerina Salinas, who survives.

Norma was a homemaker.  She was a member of Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church.

Surviving with her mother are two daughters: Cynthia Leon and boyfriend Austin Maier of Lafayette, and Norma Angelica Solano-Leon of Logansport; three brothers, Rolando Salinas, of Utah, and Juan (Gracie) Solano and Oscar Solano, all of Logansport; her maternal grandfather, Salvador Salinas; her nieces and nephews: Alysabeth Falcon, Gabrielle Falcon, Juan Carlos Solano, Oscar Solano, Marcella Solano, Juan Solano Jr. and Eliana Solano.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Andrea Salina-Ruiz.

Funeral Information

Times are tenative at this point and currently in the planning stages:

A Mass of Christian burial celebrating the life of Norma Solano-Salinas will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15 in Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, 543 South Main Street, Monticello with Father Rasner officiating.

Burial will follow in Davis Cemetery, near Burnettsville.

Family and friends will be received from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14 in Fisher Funeral Chapel, 1801 Chase Road, Logansport where the Rosary will be recited at 4 p.m. 

 

Donations Information

Memorial contributions may be made to assist her family during their time of loss. Simply click the link below to make your contribution. Together, we can make a big difference to her family by letting them know how much their mother was loved and what compassion their family and friends have for them. 

You may share condolences in her guestbook and view her video tribute at www.fisherfuneralchapel.com


$1,030 of $6,000 raised
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Logansport, IN
Janet L. Bechdol
11/26/1949 - 1/18/2017

$2,410 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Logansport, IN
Beverly Hatton
12/5/1955 - 1/23/2017

Mrs. Beverly Hatton, 61 of Columbia, passed on into eternity on Monday, January 23, 2017, at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. 

We are wanting to have a beautiful homegoing service for her.


Funeral services are pending at this time



$190 of $3,000 raised
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Boonville, MO
William E. Harbaugh
3/29/1974 - 1/18/2017

Bill was an adventurous guy who loved the outdoors. Bill and I were church going people.    We would always be hiking or just out for a walk to enjoy the outdoors and God's Country.  Bill liked hunting, fishing and rock climbing. Bill just enjoyed life in itself.  My story with my soul mate started with him getting sick January of last year on the 18th. Bill thought he only had a cold.  We went to the doctor's and he was admitted him  to the hospital.  He had suffered a mini stroke. Then he got sicker and had a major stroke  the next day. He was in the Monongahela Valley Hospital for three months.  Bill came home and was only home for one month and got sick again. In March of last year he was transported to UPMC  St. Margaret's Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he was an inpatient from March to August. He then went to a local nursing home until October of 2016 and  back into the hospital for 2 weeks.  On October 31st, we went to Jefferson Hills Manor and that would become Bill's home. He had endured 8 major strokes during the last year and could no longer walk or talk.  He knew who I was every time I went there to see him. Bill was my best friend, my soul mate,  a wonderful husband, dad, stepdad and  step papa.  I got a phone call from the nursing home on the morning of January 18th. Because I do not drive, they informed me that there was someone coming to pick me up at 12:30 pm. I went to the nursing home to see Bill and when I got to his room I took his hand and he breathed his last breath at 1:25 pm. I know that Bill waited on me to get there and be with him as he went home to the Lord.  Because he had no life insurance and had been on disability since he got sick, I had to choose the most inexpensive way to handle his funeral arrangements.  I chose cremation and a memorial service. Any donation to offset my payments to the funeral home would be greatly appreciated from the bottom of my heart.


$1,220 of $3,000 raised
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Monongahela, PA
Shenika
12/19/1979 - 1/3/2017

Shenika simpson was a wonderful mother of one child and a beautiful grandmother of four. Kadehjs simpson her only child however was a single mother with no extra expenses. Unfortunately Ms.simpson didnt have any insurance and no funding left behind. I ask that anyone can help the simpson family lay Ms.shenika Simpson to rest .


$0 raised
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Charlotte, NC
Richard Townsend III
12/16/1969 - 1/27/2017

Richard was all about his children and gave up his entire life for his kids. His favorite teams are Duke Blue Devils and LA Lakers. He was a self employed barber.  He always had an unforgettable smile along with his laugh. He was the greatest brother, cousin, nephew, and friend. 


$0 raised
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Charlotte, NC