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Patricia A. EarlPassing: October 18, 2013


Mitchell Cemetery

Graveside Service

Tuesday, October 22nd at 1:00 pm


No Visitation


Mitchell Cemetery

Tuesday, October 22nd @ 1:00 pm

MITCHELL – Patricia A. Earl, 76, passed away at 3:00 a.m. Friday, October 18, 2013, at St. Vincent Dunn Hospital, with Keli, Nick, and Morgan at her side.

Born May 16, 1937, in Mitchell, she was the daughter of Cecil and Mellie (Goodson) Hart.  She married Jack Lee Earl October 2, 1968, and he preceded her in death February 15, 2013.

She retired from Columbia House in Bloomington, and was a 1955 graduate of Mitchell High School.

Surviving:   daughter, Keli Parker, Mitchell

                   grandson, Nicholas Walton (Morgan Heldt-Davis), Mitchell

     honorary daughter, Rita Shoopman, Mitchell


Her parents and husband preceded her in death.


Graveside service will be at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 22, at Mitchell Cemetery, with Brother Michael Collins officiating. 


There will be no visitation at Haverly Funeral Chapel and Cremation.


Casketbearers:  Nick Walton, Fred Cassidy, Jim Bush, Morgan Heldt-Davis, Steve Miller, and Maggie Taylor.

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2 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Keli Ann | Mitchell, IN
    Date: October 21, 2013
    Mommy, I want you to know that you were my best friend, my Mommy, my world, and my life. I am so lost without you and I feel so alone. How am I supposed to go on without you? You have always been my cheerleader, my soundboard, my everything. It hurts so much without you here. I just wish things had turned out differently our family. Please try to get along with Dad and know that our life will never ever be the same without you both. We will love you forever and ever....Keli and Nicky Bear.
  2. Guest: Evalyn H. (Root) Stitt | Indianapolis, IN
    Date: October 20, 2013
    Dear family, Patty was a friend and classmate of my sister's, Carolyn (Root) Burgess. Carolyn passed away last December with lung cancer....never smoked in her life. I remember a time that they went to a show in Bedford and took me with them. They were 16 or so and I was nine years younger. There was a finder bender and I was told to keep my mouth SHUT. Of course I held that over my sister head for a few years. Pat was a wonderful person and was always nice to me. Keep her in you memories.