|Death: ||Jul. 3, 1955|
Charles Buskirk, long time employee of the Adams Clay Products Co., who died in Whiting Sunday (July 3, 1955), will be brought to Martinsville for funeral services and burial.
Mr. Buskirk's death occurred at 1 o'clock Sunday morning in a Whiting hospital where he had been a patient for eight weeks. He will be brought to the Cure and Hensley Funeral Home here where friends are invited to call after 7 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. G. W. Adams, pastor of the Baptist Church, and will be held at the Cure and Hensley Chapel at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Burial will be in Greenlawn.
Mr. Buskirk was the son of David Buskirk and Mary E. Harbin and was born in Greene County 74 years ago. He had been foreman of the Adams Clay Products Co. for 30 years, going to Whiting six years ago after his retirement. He was a member of the IOOF Lodge at Brazil.
Surviving him are a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Pauline)Leonard of Munster and eight half brothers and sisters, John of Worthington, James of Dayton, Ohio, and Harry of Martinsville,Mrs. Otis (Alza) Bingham of Switz City, Mrs. Henry (Okie) Barker and Mrs. Joe (Morna) Wand of Indianapolis, and Mrs. William (Esta) Leach and Mrs. William (Alta) Walls of Martinsville.
Charles was preceeded in death by sister Clara Buskirk, step-sisters Mrs. Phoebe Sutton of Spencer, and Mrs. Ernest (Cecile) Ball of Indianpolis, and wife Emma A. Walls, she died Oct 1940. He was working in the Bloomfield Brick Factory in 1920.
New South Park Cemetery
Plot: Greenlawn Cemetery Section
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Susan (Haldeman) Fowler
Record added: Nov 23, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12466363
Added: Nov. 10, 2011
step-brother to Harry Buskirk|
Added: Aug. 16, 2009