Christina Ann (Whitenack) Bruno - Greenfield Daily Reporter
Mar 31, 2019
She was born on August 10, 1957 in Troy, OH, to Ronald Whitenack and Trudy (Duerr) Whitenack. On July 19, 1980, she married her husband, Tom Bruno, and they have enjoyed many years by each other’s sides, raising their family. In addition to her parents, Christina is survived by her husband, Tom Bruno; her son, Michael Christopher (Sara) Bruno; two grandchildren, Anthony and Savannah Bruno; her brothers, Mark (Steve) Whitenack and Scott (Patty) Whitenack; as well as three nieces, Sarah Whitenack, Stephanie (Kevin) Schloemer, and Allison Whitenack. Friends may gather in Christina’s memory on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Hendryx Mortuary – Cumberland Chapel, 11636 East Washington St., Indianapolis, IN, 46229. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 7243 East 10th Street Indianapolis, IN, 46219. Memorial contributions may be made in Christina’s name to Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources East, 24970 Mount Pleasant Rd, Cicero, IN 46034. Online condolences may be made to www.hendryxmortuary.com or to the Hendryx Mortuaries’ Facebook page. Hendryx Mortuaries is honored to be assisting the family with the services.
Kevin Arthur Ruschhaupt - Greenfield Daily Reporter
Mar 31, 2019
Kevin was born January 15, 1951 in Indianapolis to Miriam Louise and Arthur “Art” Ruschhaupt. He grew up in New Palestine where he was a member of New Palestine United Methodist Church. Kevin was a 1969 graduate of New Palestine High School. He went on to study music education and graduated from Indiana Central College in 1974. After college Kevin married and had one son, Jeremy. Kevin remained a devoted father throughout his life. Additionally, he was a father figure to many of Jeremy’s friends. He had positive impact on the lives of so many over the years. Kevin loved organ and big band music, old movies, cooking and antiques. He was a long time member of the Indiana Chapter American Theatre Organ Society. He enjoyed playing and restoring theatre organs. Kevin worked for the Indiana Reparatory Theatre from 1980-1984. He then went on to spend a 25 year career with Sherwin Williams before his retirement in 2010. In 2008 Kevin was blessed with the love of his life, his granddaughter, Sophia. He spent most of the last 10 years attending school functions, sporting events and indulging her every whim. He was the embodiment of the perfect grandparent. His father, Arthur Ruschhaupt, his mother, Miriam Louise Cones, His stepfather, Wally Cones, his aunt, Eve Berry and his nephew, Dustin Mattingly, preceded Kevin in death. He is survived by his son, Jeremy (Shannon) Ruschhaupt, granddaughter, Sophia Ruschhaupt, sister, Lu Ann Mattingly, cousin, Michael (Gretchen) Dellekamp and numerous second and third cousins. Friends and family will gather from 2-4 PM on Friday, November 23rd, at Hendryx Mortuary, New Palestine Chapel, 19 E Main St, New Palestine In, 46163. A memorial service will follow the visitation at the chapel beginning at 4 PM. A private family graveside service will be held at a later time. Online condolences may be made to www.hendryxmortuary.com or to the Hendryx Mortuaries’ Facebook page. Hendryx Mortuaries is honored to be assisting the family with the services.
George Richard Ahrendts - Greenfield Daily Reporter
Mar 31, 2019
Hallelujah. Dick was born January 31, 1935, in Steubenville, OH, to George Ahrendts and Cecilia (Kozdras) Ahrendts. He graduated from and played on the Allstate Football Team at Weirton High School in Weirton, West Virginia. Following his high school education, he came to Indiana to attend Butler University on a football scholarship, where he met his beautiful wife, Jean Anne (Sommer) Ahrendts, and they have been happily married for 63 years. He later started and owned his own business, ASI Window Company, and was a successful business man for over 40 years until the time of his retirement. He was a member and past president of the Maple Creek Country Club since 1963, as well as a proud member and past president of Mercator Business Men’s Club. Dick was also known for being an avid golfer and sports fan, finding much joy in watching Butler basketball games. He loved watching his grandchildren play and compete in sports. Dick had a rousing sense of humor, and dearly loved his family, his friends, and his country. He was a giant of a man intellectually and personally. He imparted daily wisdom, which is still cherished to this day by all who knew him. He will be missed as much as he always thought he would be. In addition to his wife, Dick is survived by his daughter, Kimber Ahrendts; daughter, Carrie (Mark) Ryan; daughter, Angela (Gregg) Couch; son, George “Rick” (Stacie) Ahrendts; daughter, Amanda (Mackey) Toole; daughter, Amy (Phil) Montefalco; grandchildren, Chris, Cole, Carly, Cassie, Chandie, Jennings, Sommer, Angelina, Jessica, George, Perry, Taylor, Elliott, Addison, Alexandria, Zane, Schuyler, Haven, and Bella; as well as five great-grandchildren, Isabella, Dominic, Lilah, Darren, and Amelia. He was preceded in death by his parents; as well as his grandson, Patrick “PT” Hasse. Funeral services for Dick will be held Sunday, September 2, 2018, at 12:30 p.m. at Hendryx Mortuary, 11636 East Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46229. Visitation will be held from 10:30 a.m. until the time of se...