South Bend Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Nov 25 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Charles Ernest Welborn

    Charles Ernest Welborn, 82, Argos, passed away at 10:45 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, at his residence, following a short illness. He was born on Feb. 16, 1932, in Bourbon, to Virgil G. Welborn and Hazel B. Welborn.


  • Friday Nov 21 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Mary May Plummer

    Mary May Plummer, 82, Rochester, formerly of South Bend, passed away at 3:13 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014, at Life Care Center, Rochester. She was born on Jan. 12, 1932, in South Bend, to the late Ralph and Irene Pearl Coon.


  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Mildred Mae Patrick

    Mildred Mae Patrick, 73, a blessed mother of eight children, passed away peacefully the morning of Monday, Nov. 17, 2014, at her residence on Pennsylvania Avenue, Plymouth. Mildred was born at home to parents Rev.


  • Thursday Nov 13 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Richard A. Pattee

    He was born on Nov. 23, 1937, in Gary to the late Herman J. and Cleo B. Pattee. On Aug. 20, 1961, in Rochester, he was united in marriage to the former Elizabeth 'Liz' Castleman.


  • Thursday Nov 13 | via The Norwalk Daily Voice 

    Gene Lynn Arick, 71, Of Norwalk, Worked In Corporate...

    Arick was born May 21, 1943, in South Bend, Ind., to Donald E. and Violet G. Thompson Arick. He was a graduate of Riley H.S. in South Bend, Ind., class of 1961.


  • Wednesday Nov 12 | via 

    At College: Colson II calls suiting up for Notre Dam...

    On the first day of November, Bonzie Colson II sat in front of his locker in Purcell Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana, and draped the iconic colors of his Notre Dame basketball jersey over his head. He then went out, as a true freshman, and collected three steals, three rebounds, one assist and his first NCAA point in eight minutes of action during an 88-71 Fighting Irish preseason win over Minnesota Duluth.


  • Tuesday Nov 4 | via WSJV-TV South Bend 

    Nappanee Missionary Church hosting Feed My Starving ...

    The Nappanee Missionary Church is calling on all volunteers to help with a massive food drive. The church will be packaging 2.3 million life-saving meals Nov. 4 through Nov. 8. This is the fifth year the Church has done the Feed My Starving Children campaign.