South Bend Obituaries

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  • Thursday Oct 16 | via WSJV-TV South Bend 

    DTSB First Haunted House brings chills and thrills

    This year, the South Bend Civic Theatre is kicking things up a notch for Halloween and putting on their own show slash Haunted House experience that's guaranteed to give you chills and thrills! The Theatre is converting a historic home at 211 West Madison Street into the dwellings of Victor Frankenstein. It's guaranteed to thrill and scare those brave enough to pass inside the door.

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  • Wednesday Oct 15 | via WSJV-TV South Bend 

    Violent crime up slightly in South Bend crime report

    The South Bend Police department released the September crime report Wednesday, reporting a drop in crime overall. While overall incidents of crime are down in South Bend, the number of violent crimes rose slightly.

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  • Thursday Oct 9 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    William "Bill" L. Summers

    William "Bill" Summers, 74, passed away at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014, at South Bend Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Bill is survived by brother Chauncey Summers Jr.; wife Barbara; sister Charon Sue Leffert and companion Joe Arnett; and many nieces and nephews.

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  • Wednesday Oct 1 | via The Chronicle-Telegram 

    Ann W. Vermilye

    Ann W. Vermilye , 74, of North Ridgeville, went home to be with the Lord Friday, September 26, 2014, following a long illness. She was born October 2, 1939 in South Bend, Indiana, and graduated from West Tech High School in 1958.

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  • Wednesday Oct 1 | via Northern Michigan News 

    Larry A. Roderick Sr.

    Larry A. Roderick Sr., of Cadillac, passed away Friday, October 17, 2014, at his home surrounded by his family. He was 84. Larry served in the United States Army.

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  • Tuesday Sep 30 | via Daily Journal 

    John R. Webb I, Franklin

    He was born Feb. 15, 1927, in South Bend to the late Thomas Raymond Webb and Helen L. Webb. He later became "Oopie" the clown in South Bend, Mishawaka and northern Indiana areas, doing balloon twisting and performing as a magician.

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