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Brady Savage
10/2/1992 - 6/29/2021
Obituary for Brady Lynn Savage
Brady Lynn Savage, age 28, of Water Valley, MS died unexpectedly Tuesday, June 29, 2021, at Baptist Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was born October 2, 1992, in Oxford, MS to Christopher Savage and Felicha Cristole. Brady was a fun loving young man that didn‘t let life get him down. After he graduated from high school, he pursued his passion which was cooking. He took what he learned and became a chef and cooked at Locals Bar and Grill in Oxford, as well as two of the prestigious fraternities at Ole Miss. Being described as “the ultimate handy man” Brady began doing construction work. He also used those skills working on cars and other things that challenged his abilities. His hobbies revolved around Marvel Comics and their characters. His favorite being Batman. He also loved collecting miniatures, especially cooking related items, but what he enjoyed most was spending time with his wife Lauren watching movies.

Visitation is planned for Thursday, July 1, 2021, in the Gardiner Room at Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Services will immediately follow at 7:00 PM in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Jerry King officiating.

Brady is survived by his wife of four years, Lauren Holloway; his parents, Christopher Savage and Felicia Cristole; two brothers, Kirkland Spencer, Kolton Savage; Paternal Grandmother, Sherron Savage; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Brady was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Jerry Savage; Maternal Grandparents, Billy and Martha Corlew; Aunt, Regina Savage Taylor; and his step-father, John Cristole.

$350 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
WATER VALLEY, MS
JoAnn Brown
10/22/1946 - 7/18/2021
JoAnn Brown, loving mom and nana, passed away on July 18, 2021, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls. Any help would be appreciated by her family.

$370 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Sioux Falls, SD
The Wabash Township Man
11/12/1958 - 6/6/2021
**UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who donated to this fund. I was able to make contact with his family yesterday. I assured her the citizens of this county would take care of this and they did in less then 12 hours. His family member is really thankful. -Jonathan Fisher, Funeral Director, Fisher Funeral Chapel.

A resident of Wabash Township in West Lafayette, IN died on June 6, 2021. He will remain nameless on here for his family's privacy. He died without any resources to his name and his family is unable to help. Normally the township trustee's office steps in at this point but due to the turmoil in that office this cannot be done. Fisher Funeral Chapel is working with the Tippecanoe County Coroner's Office to see that this man is taken care of. We are asking for donations to help fund his cremation so he can be released from the county morgue. All donations are paid directly to the funeral home for the expense of his cremation.

$950 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Lafayette, IN
Adam Peyton Griffin
9/14/2004 - 7/21/2021
Adam Peyton Griffin, age 16, of Water Valley, MS went to be with Jesus Wednesday, July 21, 2021. He was born September 14, 2004, in Oxford, MS. Peyton was a young man with a huge heart that genuinely loved people. As a young boy he was in the Boy Scouts of America and learned many lessons that he exemplified in his daily life. a couple of those lessons were on how to keep your community clean, which he took to heart by cleaning up around his neighborhood as well as recycling. With his love for working outside, he also enjoyed cutting grass with his Grandfather James. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and working with their chickens. Peyton was a member of Woodland Hills Baptist Church.

Visitation is planned for Saturday, July 24, 2021, in the Gardiner Room at Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Services will immediately follow at 1:00 PM in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Rob Jones officiating. Burial will be in Sylva Rena Cemetery.

Peyton is survived by his mother, Holly Tidwell; one sister, Mallory Tidwell; maternal grandparents, James and Barbara Griffin; Great-grandparents, James and Ruby Bennett, all of Water Valley, MS; numerous aunts, uncles, and neighbors that treated him as their own.

Peyton was preceded in death by his step father, Robert Dale Tidwell; and great-grandparents, Edith Dickey, and Ruthie Griffin.

$2,745 of $9,000 raised
30.500 % Complete
WATER VALLEY, MS
Scott A. Zickmund
8/12/1967 - 7/15/2021

Scott graduated from Rensselaer Central High School with the Class of 1985 and then obtained his Associate’s Degree for Auto Diesel Technician from Northwestern Business College Technical Center in Lima, OH. He was a diesel mechanic by trade and also spent time as a volunteer firefighter.

Scott was an avid outdoorsman. He was a free loving spirit and lived life at full speed. He holds a school record with the RCHS 1600 meter relay team. Scott enjoyed making pottery in his spare time. Whether it was a diesel engine or electrical, there wasn’t anything he couldn’t fix. He also participated in FFA, 4-H, wrestling, and football. His orneriness and smile will be missed!

Scott is survived by his children, Brandon Loughry of Remington, IN, Alicia (Andy) Burton and Brynn Berges, both of Rensselaer, IN; grandchildren, Delilah, Braydon, Sebastian, Mason, Kayleigh, Ryder, Quynn, and Reece; siblings, Nadine (Brian) Gantt, Renee (Gary) Braasch, both of Rensselaer, IN, Frank (Trisha) Zickmund, of Windfall, IN, and Donald (Rebecca) Zickmund of Oxford, IN; previous spouses, Sherri Zickmund and Robyn Malinowski; numerous nieces, nephews, and great-nieces/nephews.

$1,275 of $3,000 raised
42.500 % Complete
Rensselaer, IN
Ryan J. Robinson
1/6/1990 - 7/3/2021
Early this morning, Randy and Jodie (Hinkle) Robinson received the phone call that no parent ever wants to get. Their youngest son, 31-year-old Ryan Joseph Robinson, was shot and killed in Titusville, Florida this morning by suspects wearing ski masks.

Formerly of Logansport, Ryan attended Logansport High School.

Arrangements are pending at Fisher Funeral Chapel where services will be held later next week. Burial will be in Davis Cemetery.

This obituary will be updated with further information.

This Fund the Funeral link has been created to assist the family with the transportation and final expenses in bringing Ryan home.

Let’s show the Robinson family some love and take the financial burden of their shoulders as the grieve the devastating loss of their beloved Ryan.

$2,535 of $8,000 raised
31.687500 % Complete
Logansport, IN
Kenneth L. Evans
7/18/1965 - 7/10/2021
Mr. Kenneth L. Evans, a native of Franklin, Virginia, passed away unexpectantly on Saturday, July 10, 2021; just over a week before his 56th birthday. Any and all gifts to aid our family in the funeral expenses of our brother, uncle, and friend, will be greatly appreciated.

$150 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Franklin, MD
Leigh Suzette Long
10/19/1968 - 6/26/2021
The Word. That is Leigh Suzette Long. She loved Him. Being mentally challenged drew her closer to Him. She believed in the Lord. She believed He would take her sorrows and pain away. The scoliosis caused her to walk with a limp, but that didn’t stop her participation in sports as the greatest and most dedicated fan. As a fan she cheered for local and professional teams. Leigh dreamed of being a cheerleader! She even had pom-poms, and pretended in her room. She attended games for her high school and local university games. Football was her favorite. See, she can’t play because of chronic asthma and disabilities. Instead, she enjoyed puzzles, puzzle books, coloring books, and watching Dora. She also attended Grace Indian Baptist Church, and occasionally First Baptist Church. Leigh loved vacation bible school, and even volunteered to help with the little ones. And she loved watching pro wrestling, believing it was real. She loved popcorn like her poppa. Even with ulcerative colitis, she loved eating popcorn at the games. Being a diabetic didn’t stop her love for eating. Especially Sunday supper at church. As a child she lost her dad. Later she lost her mom. She’s always lived with ganny and poppa until their death. She also lived with Aunt Laura, who was a mother figure to Leigh. Her speech impediment caused her to call her Aunt Wawa. Leigh never had a drivers license, and was never allowed to date though she like the boys! The poor thing wore orthotic shoes. She would get so excited when her younger brothers bought her something. Her brother Todd even took her to see the Texas Rangers baseball game shortly before his death. She lost her younger brother, Vance, this past January. Both passed within the last year and a half. Leigh’s younger brother, Vince, is the only brother left. She truly loved her pets, Harley and Missy, her cats, and Westside, a stray we let her take into her home. Her home health nurse became her best friend. She absolutely loved everyone! She prayed for those that treated her unkindly. On her last day at the hospital, we told her that if she’s happy, we’re happy. Somehow, she knew she was leaving us. She even called the funeral home! And also ordered her dress. She took care of us, instead of us taking care of her. She truly missed those who had passed before her. Anyone could look at her Facebook and see what a special, and truly pure soul she was. Any assistance would be very much appreciated. Leigh was an amazing child, even at 52. She is loved by so many, and will be greatly missed. Thank you.

$565 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Durant, OK
Donald "Don" Prather
9/4/1970 - 6/21/2021
Donald "Don" Prather passed away unexpectedly on June 21, 2021. Don did not have insurance and his family needs help paying for his services. All donations go directly to the funeral home. Please donate what you can and share. Thank you.

$1,200 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Lafayette, IN