Mrs. Louise Gertrude Conard, 94, of Sun City Center, Florida, passed away Sunday night, August 14, 2016.
Mrs. Conard was born November, 13, 1921, in Henry County, Ind., to James and Jessie Conor Parsons. She married Arthur Clayton Conard on April, 6 1940, in Kahoka, Mo.
Mrs. Conard was preceded in death by her parents, husband of 72 years, sister Delilah Fern Thornberg, brother Dale Loraine Parsons and granddaughter Trina Marie Conard.
Mrs. Conard is survived by her sister, Velma Davey of New London, Iowa; two children, a daughter, Jerelene Kay Coney and husband Larry, a son, Larry Eugene Conard and wife Phyllis; six grandchildren, Jeffrey Paul Conard, Nadine Louise Hopper, Todd Eugene Conard, Randy Scott Conard, Royalee Rae Kirby and James Michael Conard; and twenty great-grandchildren, Anthony Michael Conard, Emilee Nikole Conard, Danny Ray Hopper III, Tiffany Jordan Conard, Tyler Ray Hopper, Brandon Shane Conard, Jennifer Rae Hopper, Cole Ray Hopper, London Reed Conard, Stephanie Rae Hopper, Zachary Scott Conard, Campbell Alexandria Grace Kirby, Brayden Cole Conard, James (Jack) Harrison Ulysses Kirby, Camdon Bryce Conard, Peyton Harper Charlotte Kirby, Sheadon James Conard, Maddon Hugh Conard, Taydon Eugene Conard and Karis Jo Conard.
Louise loved pictures, puzzles, picnics, homemade ice cream, birthdays, her cat Charlie and her Savior Jesus Christ.
Services will be held at National Cremation and Burial Society, Ruskin, Fla. at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 23. Online condolences may be expressed at nationalcremation.com/location/ruskin.
Susan E. Jackson passed away on August 11, 2016, from complications of a stroke following hip surgery after a fall. She was 61 years young.
Susan is predeceased in death by her parents Gilbert and Janet Olewine of Sun City Center. She is survived by her husband Dennis and son Graham of Ruskin and daughter Jennifer Kerr and her husband Nathan of Clarksville, Tenn. Extended family includes Helen Olewine, Mary and Gene Snyder of Pa., Jean Jackson of Nev., Kim Jackson and Charles Sanders of Valrico and Bill Jackson of Calif.
Susan operated a licensed family day care for over 30 years and touched the lives of many in her community. She was a loving mother and wife and will be missed daily by her family and friends.