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July 18, 2005

Susie Nolting, a brave face

Susie Nolting was a neighbor as I was growing up. My sister babysat her children when they were younger and her husband helped me out of more then a few issues with old cars that wanted to leave me stranded.  They were people you could count on, and that is important in the country.

As adults we had, until her illness, been members of the same workout group. When I could put aside the research and writing to attend class, she was a smiling face who always had a nice word to say or an interesting observation to make.  Her smile will be missed.

Her family has had more then their share of health issues over the last 10 years, I won't air the list here but suffices to say that when trouble came to visit it decided to stay. My heart goes out to her children and the rest of her family, I know they must be very tired after all of this serge and feeling more then a bit lost. I hope they can always remember the good times and the laughter...for in the end those are the important memories to have and to share.

The following is part of his obituary from The Republic.

Susan K. Nolting, 63, died at 11:20 p.m. Friday, July 15, 2005, at Hospice of South Central Indiana Inpatient Facility.

Mrs. Nolting had worked as a secretary in the dean's office at Columbus North High School. She was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church where she was active in the Christian Service Guild and was a volunteer at Love Chapel.

Mrs. Nolting was born Oct. 15, 1941, in Bartholomew County, the daughter of Gene and Dorothy Jean Sparks Settle. She married Elmer LeRoy "Butch" Nolting on Nov. 3, 1962, in Columbus.

Survivors include a daughter, Jennifer L. (Gary W. Jr.) Nolting-Baldwin of Columbus; sons, Greg W. (Sheri) Nolting of Franklin and Michael A. Nolting of Columbus; her father, Gene Settle of Columbus; a sister, Sara J. Zeigler of Columbus; a brother, Daniel E. Settle of Columbus; grandsons, Nick Nolting and Kyle and Ryan Baldwin, all of Columbus, and Brock Nolting of Franklin; and a granddaughter, Emma Nolting of Franklin. 

Posted by prolurkr at July 18, 2005 06:26 PM

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