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Memorial for Bradley Gene "Brad" Yeagy

Born in Greentown, Indiana on Sep. 22, 1939
Departed on Jan. 29, 2017 and resided in Summitville, IN.
Visitation: Friday, Feb. 3, 2017
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Graveside Services: Friday, Feb. 3, 2017
1:30 pm
Cemetery: Grant Memorial Park
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SUMMITVILLE, IN-Bradley Gene "Brad" Yeagy, 77, Summitville passed away on Sunday. January 29, 2017 at Community Hospital in Anderson.

Brad was born on September 22, 1939 in Greentown, Indiana to Emery and Mary Ann (Moulder) Yeagy and has lived in Summitville all of his lifetime. He was a graduate of Summitville High School-Class of 1957. He served with the United States Army from 1963 to 1969. Brad was a former member of the American Legion and the Eagles Lodge. During his high school years, he excelled in sports and worked in tandem with his brother Bruce, Brad's pitching to Bruce's catching and so forth. He played softball and basketball and was a fan of Syracuse University Athletics. Brad was a hard worker and had a big heart for people. He devoted himself to his family and helped to raise his grandchildren.

Daughter-Sherry Bright-Summitville
Grandchildren-Dustin Carper (Erica Funk)-Anderson, Amber Carper-Indianapolis, Derek Tulowitzky-Muncie
Great-Grandchildren-Kaicen Carper and Cameron Carper
Brother-Bill (June) Yeagy-Summitville
Sister-Barbara Saubert-Alexandria
Sisters-in-law-Pam Yeagy and Geri Yeagy of Alexandria
Several nieces and nephews

Brad was preceded in death by his parents, his wife-Annie in 1967, Brothers-Bob, Bruce and Blaine Yeagy, Sister-Beverly Meska

Family and friends are invited to call at the Owens-Noffze Funeral Home, 1009 West Walnut Street in Summitville on Friday, February 3, 2017 from 11 am to 1 pm. A procession will leave the funeral Home for graveside services at Grant Memorial Park in Marion. Military honors at the cemetery will be provided by the United States Army and the Elwood VFW #5782 Honors Team.

The family would extend their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the staff and doctors at Community Hospital ICU for their loving care of Brad and his family.

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