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Kendra Gilland-Wilkinson
10/6/1971 - 1/30/2021
Kendra Darlene Gilland-Wilkinson, 49 of Logansport, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, January 30, 2021, in the emergency room at Logansport Memorial Hospital. Her family is in shock - she had not been sick at all - then out of the blue...she is gone. We are starting this fund to help her family pay for her final expenses. With all of us joining together, we can ease their burden. Knowing that other people care and that you are not alone in your grief is very healing. Likewise, it is a blessing to those who contribute - for to be able to comfort those who grieve and help them see hope is the true essence of the quote "it is better to give than receive."

You may recognize Kendra from her job at Happy Burger. Always fun to be around - she had the brightest smile! She had previously worked at Cass Transit and Tyson Foods. Kendra had a green thumb and enjoyed gardening. She also loved her cats. Kendra was a very caring and giving person whose final gift was the gift of life as a tissue donor with the Indiana Donor Network.

Surviving are her husband, Edward H. Wilkinson, her parents, Earl Gilland, Kokomo, and Carolyn (Warrick) Gilland, Logansport; two children: Gage Kodah Costello, West Lafayette, and Tanna Kenzie Hylton, Camden; siblings, Greg Gilland and Karen Leffert, both of Logansport; and nieces and nephews, Megan, Alex and Andrew Sullivan, and Dakota Gilland.

A Celebration of Life, will be held from 5-7 p.m. Friday, February 5 at the Helm Street Church of God.

Please accept the heartfelt thanks of Kendra's family for your act of kindness. No matter the size of the gift, it is appreciated more than words can say. 100% of the donations are automatically deposited to Fisher Funeral Chapel who has waived any processing fees associated with your gift. Any excess money will help pay the ambulance/emergency room bill.
You may also share memories, photos and condolences on Kendra's website at

$3,740 raised
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Logansport, IN
Joshua J. Resz
12/19/1977 - 1/30/2021
Joshua James Resz, 43, of Hazelton, Idaho passed away Sunday, January 30, 2021, in Cassia County, Idaho. Services will be announced at a later date.

Cremation services are under the care and of Serenity Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services of Idaho, 502 2nd Ave. N., Twin Falls, Idaho. For tributes and condolences go to

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Timothy Michael Vucic
9/7/1981 - 1/29/2021
Please help with funds to offset funeral costs.

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Miamisburg, OH
Leo Hinojosa
11/10/1975 - 1/25/2021
Leo Hinojosa passed on January 25, 2021. He was born on November 10, 1975 to John S. Hinojosa and Florence Garza. He is survived by his mother Florence and stepfather David Garcia; daughter, Selena Zanders; Sons, Lee A., Mark A., Aden B., Damien R., Antonio J., Maddox L. and Leo Hinojosa Jr.; sisters, Sandra, Yolanda, Fina and Lucy Hinojosa, Diana Sanchez and Teri Whitlamore; brothers, Ernest, John, Rogue and Ricky Hinojosa and 4 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his sister, Sylvia Hinojosa and a grandson Alex Coronado Jr. Visitation will be held at Heaven’s Gate Funeral Home on Friday, February 5, 2021 beginning at 10am till 12:30 with a rosary beginning at 12:30 and church service to follow. Services will follow immediately after to resurrection cemetery. Services under the direction od Heavens Gate Funeral Home 361-573-2777. any help will be greatly appreciated.

$1,165 raised
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Victoria, TX
JoeAnn Nichols Truman
5/9/1959 - 1/23/2021
Mrs. JoeAnn Nichols Truman passed away on Saturday January 23, 2021. JoeAnn grew up in the Meadowbrook section of Pitt County, Greenville, NC but lived in Winterville, NC the past 30 years. JoAnn was born on May 9, 1959. JoeAnn spent her working years at Pitt Memorial Hospital in the Radiology department. JoeAnn loved to cook, shop and spend time with her friends and grandson, Little Brandon. She was loved by many cousins and especially her best friend Belinda Bellah. JoeAnn was preceded in death by her parents James Nichols and Annie Ross Nichols Smith. She is survived by her husband Allen Truman; sons Ken Everette, Jason Everette and Brandon Yost. Grandchildren; Kenlee Everette and Brandon Yost Jr. JoeAnn is also survived by her brother James Nichols, of Montebello, CA; her sister Jackie Respass of Williamston, NC; her Uncle Hilton Nichols of Winterville, NC; Aunts Geraldine R. Porter of Greenville, NC and Peggy R. Bailey of Newport News, VA.

$520 of $5,000 raised
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Vance Long
8/7/1971 - 1/21/2021
Vance Long, lifelong resident of Durant, Ok passed away Thursday January 21, 2021 at the age of 49 due to diabetes complications.
Vance is survived by daughter Shannon Long and son Elijah Long; twin brother Vince Long, sister Leigh Long, and cousins, aunts, and uncles.
He was preceded in death by his parents William Bill Long and Sue Elix Ghadianloo, grandparents Clayborn and Madeline Elix, and brother Todd Long.
Vance was a store manager and avid sports fan. He was a fan of the Golden State Warriors and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

$150 of $5,000 raised
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Durant, OK
Monument for Kaleb Cooksey
2/29/1996 - 1/5/2021
Kaleb Lane Cooksey, age 24, a lifelong Atoka, OK resident, was born on Thursday, February 29, 1996, to Harold Dean III and Lisa Marie (Walton) Cooksey, at Durant, OK. Kaleb passed away on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at Antlers, OK. He attended Harmony and Atoka Public Schools and graduated from Tushka High School in 2014. Kaleb was a transmission lineman for multiple power companies. He married Shelbi (Hamer) on Friday, June 2nd, 2017 at Fittstown, OK. Kaleb was affiliated with the Church of the Rock in Lane, OK. He loved fishing, hunting, being on the back of a horse, cutting up and joking with his friends, loved to aggravate, and especially loved playing with his babies.
Kaleb is survived by his wife, Shelbi Cooksey of the home in Atoka, OK; parents, Harold Dean III and Lisa Marie (Walton) Cooksey of Atoka, OK; children, Braelynn Grace Cooksey of Atoka, OK, Brixton Lane Cooksey of Atoka, OK; brother, Weston Kyler Cooksey and wife Kimberly and niece or nephew coming soon of Atoka, OK; grandparents, Johnny "Poppa" and Sharon "Granny" Walton of Atoka, OK, Poppa J.R. Cooksey of Atoka, OK, Nana Karen Caves and husband Papa Leo of Lane, OK; great grandfather, Harold Cooksey of Atoka, OK; aunts, Aunt Kim Elliott and Uncle Wayne of Atoka, OK, Aunt Misti "MeMe" Cooksey of Atoka, OK, Aunt "Chel" Chelsey Renee Rhodes and husband Chuck of Yoakum, TX; cousins, Rayle "Ray Ray" Elliott of Atoka, OK, Falon Cooksey of Lane, OK; mother and father in law, Leona Hensley of Centrahoma, OK, Billy Hamer of Coalgate, OK; along with many great aunts, great uncles, cousins, other relatives and many dear and loved friends. He is survived by many people who love and cherish him who will carry his spirit forever.

Kaleb was preceded in death by his great grandmothers, Lucille Cooksey, Maxine Hunter, Lillian Walton, Shirley Lee; great grandfathers, Louis Hunter, Johnnie Lee; uncle, Jerry "Peevine" Hunter; best friends, Jacob Murray, Dylan Sanders.

$450 of $5,000 raised
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Atoka, OK
Jarah Sheyenne Spence
9/8/1999 - 1/19/2021
Jarah Sheyenne Spence, age 21, of Water Valley, MS transitioned to her eternal home Monday, January 19, 2021. She was born September 8, 1999, in Oxford, MS to Scott and Kimberly (Dickey) Spence. After graduating Water Valley High School, she went on to North West Community College where she graduated with a Associates of Science in criminal justice. With her knack for talking, Jarah was lovingly described as a great communicator. She was a member of Adonai Church in Water Valley where she served the hearing impaired by signing the services. Everyone who knew her, knew she had somewhat of an obsession with ketchup. She also loved anything Stars Wars, Reba McEntire, LSU football, and the New Orleans Saints. But nothing compared to the love she had for her brothers and her “babies”.

Visitation is planned for Wednesday, February 3, 2021, in the Gardiner Room at Seven Oaks Funeral Home from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Services will be Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 10:00 AM in the Henry Chapel of Seven Oaks with Bro. Roger Howell officiating. Burial will be in Tishomingo Cemetery in Tishomingo, MS with Cody Hadley, Colin Hadley, Bradey Dickey, Kyle Spence, and Cooper Hadley serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearer is Cameron Hadley.

Jarah is survived by her parents, Scott Spence of Water Valley, MS, and Kim Dickey Spence of Batesville, MS; two brothers, Jacob Spence of Sardis, MS, Joshua Sullivan (Krystal) of San Diego, CA.; her grandparents, Clara Spence of Water Valley, MS, and Patricia and Clyde Spencer of Sardis, MS; one niece, Layla; numerous aunts and uncles; and many special teachers.

Jarah was preceded in death by grandfathers, Danny Dickey and James Edward Spence; as well as her great grandmother, Lennie Mae Dickey.

$2,445 raised
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Richard Max James
6/19/1944 - 1/19/2021
Richard Max James, 76, Logansport, passed away on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, from smoke inhalation following a tragic house fire at his residence. Memorial contributions raised through this Fund the Funeral site will immediately help Elaine with funeral expenses and basic needs. Fisher Funeral Chapel waives any processing fees so 100% of the donation goes directly towards the James family's needs. Elaine survived the fire but lost everything, including her husband of 31 years. As a community, we can all come together to show her some love and help her see hope. You have no idea how powerful the impact is to see anonymous donations come in at a time when your world is crushed.

Richard's obituary can be found on and is also included here: Born June 19, 1944, in Logansport, he was the son of the late Ernest and Lyndia (Mills) James.

During his senior year in high school, Richard enlisted in the U.S. Army and served guard duty at the Berlin Wall in Germany during the height of the Cold War.

On November 17, 1990, Richard was married to H. Elaine (Wilson) James, who survives.

Richard was retired from SUS Die Casting in Logansport where he had worked as a supervisor as well as a forklift operator. Previously, for 20 years, he had worked for Rockwell/Matthew-Warren.

A member of the Faith Community Fellowship Church, Richard was a man with his priorities in the right order: God, Family, Country. He loved to work with wood. Richard enjoyed the beauty of the outdoors, especially in his flower and vegetable garden. He also enjoyed riding his bike.

Surviving with his wife of 31 years, Elaine, are three sons, Michael (Becky) James, Dan (Gina) James, and Rusty (Brandi) James, all of Logansport; his stepchildren, Cristie (Rick) Rans, Lucerne, and Kevin (Jeannie) Good, Logansport; thirteen grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; four sisters, Judy, Juanita, Wilma and Theresa;

He was preceded in death by twin sons, Jarrett and Jacob James; and eight siblings.

A Funeral Service celebrating Richard's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, January 23 in Fisher Funeral Chapel with Pastor Mike Montgomery officiating.
Military honors will be accorded by the Cass County Honor Guard.

Friends will be received from 2 p.m. until the time of the service in the chapel on Saturday.

Burial will be at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to the family via the link on his obituary at Envelopes will also be available at the funeral home.

You may also share memories, photos and condolences on Richard's Tribute Wall on the funeral home website. The family would greatly appreciate any photos you may have of Richard.

$2,034 of $5,000 raised
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Logansport, IN

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