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Francis Eugene Ball
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Birth: Apr. 30, 1925
Fayette County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jan. 28, 1983
Wayne County
Indiana, USA

Son of Mazie Lillian Ball and Thomas Fletcher Ball. Brother of Dr. Thomas Frederick Ball. Graduate of Connersville High School, Indiana University (where he was a member of the National Society of Scabbard and Blade) and Earlham Institute for Executive Growth at Earlham College. U.S. Army veteran of World War II (Pacific Theater) and the Korean Conflict, rising to the rank of Lieutenant. Elected to the City Council of Connersville, Indiana and appointed to the Board of the Kokomo-Center Township Consolidated School Corporation. He was director of personnel and services at Richmond Power & Light at the time of his death. Prior to that, he had been a purchasing agent at Roots Blower Company in Connersville and at Kingston Products and Northern Indiana Supply Company in Kokomo. Married Betty Ann Duncan at Jasonville, Indiana December 29, 1956. Two sons: Charles Thomas and David Jiles. Member Central United Methodist Church, Connersville Elks, 32nd Degree Mason (Scottish Rite). 
Family links: 
  Thomas Fletcher Ball (1894 - 1962)
  Mazie Lillian Ball Ball (1898 - 1964)
  Betty Ann Duncan Ball Bolle (1927 - 2014)*
  Thomas Frederick Ball (1924 - 2002)*
  Francis Eugene Ball (1925 - 1983)
*Calculated relationship
Earlham Cemetery
Wayne County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Sec. 36
GPS (lat/lon): 39.82077, -84.92092
Created by: CharlieBall
Record added: Jun 19, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27675107
Francis Eugene Ball
Added by: CharlieBall
Francis Eugene Ball
Added by: CharlieBall
Francis Eugene Ball
Added by: CharlieBall
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In Honor of an American Hero of WWII and Korea who fought for freedom and to keep our world safe from oppression. Thank you for your service to our nation. God Bless and Comfort those you left behind who still mourn your passing. Rest in Heavenly Peace.
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