AMOS, Anne E. (Emley)

Date of birth: 30 November 1916  Gary, Lake County, Indiana
Date of death: 26 August 2004  Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

Franklin Daily Journal 27 August 2004
Anne E. Amos
      Anne E. Amos, 87, died Thursday, Aug. 26, 2004, at Methodist Hospital in
Indianapolis.  She was a resident of Edinburgh.
      She was born Nov. 30, 1916, in Gary.  Her parents were Charles R. and Edna
(Bowell) Emley.  She married Maurice Dale Amos on Dec. 30, 1937.  He
preceded her in death Feb. 21, 1972.  Survivors include a son, Robert Lee
Amos of Columbus; four daughters, Jacqueline Bowen of Elk Rapids, Mich.,
Sandra Freeman and Constance Carpenter, both of Chicago, and Deborah Cook
of Edinburgh; 14 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
      She was a homemaker.
      She was a member of Edinburgh Presbyterian Church, Edinburgh Tri Kappa,
Delta Gamma Sorority and U.S. Trotting Association.
      She served as president of Amos Investments Corp., board member of
Amos-Conover Foundation, past president and current board member of Tara
Treatment Center in Edinburgh since 1986 and board member of Johnson
County Adult and Child Mental Health Association.  She was instrumental in
organizing Clothe-A-Child in Edinburgh.  She loved Edinburgh and was an
avid supporter of its growth and development through the years.
      The Rev. Frank Bean will conduct a service at 1 p.m. Monday at Frost Hill
Farm, 8248 W. County Road 1150S in Edinburgh.  Friends may call from 2 to
4 p.m. Sunday at Eskew-Eaton Funeral Home, 302 E. Main Cross St. in
Edinburgh.  Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.
      Memorial contributions may be made to Edinburgh Police Department,
Edinburgh Fire and Rescue, Johnson Memorial Hospital or Tara Treatment
Center in Edinburgh.

Indianapolis Star 29 August 2004
Amos, Anne E. 
      Anne E. Emley Amos 87, Edinburgh, died August 26, 2004 in Methodist
Hospital.  She was born November 30, 1916 in Gary, IN to the late Charles
R. Emley and Edna (Bowell) Emley.  She married Maurice Dale Amos December
30, 1937.  He preceded her in death February 21, 1972. 
      Mrs. Amos was a homemaker and was member of Edinburgh Presbyterian Church,
Edinburgh Tri Kappa, Delta Gamma Sorority and United States Trotting
Association.  She was also president of Amos Investments Corp. board
member of Amos-Conover Foundation, past president and board member of Tara
Treatment Center, Edinburgh, from 1986 to present time, past board member
of Johnson Co. Adult & Child Mental Health Association, instrumental in
organizing, Clothe-a-Child in Edinburgh.  
      She loved Edinburgh and was an avid supporter of it's growth and
development through the years.
      Services will be held at Frost Hill Farm, 8248 W. 1150 S. Edinburgh, IN at
1:00 p.m. Monday, August 30, with Reverend Frank Bean officiating.
Calling will be from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, August 29 in Eskew-Eaton
Funeral Home.  Burial is in Rest Haven Cemetery, Edinburgh. 
      Survivors include her son, Robert Lee Amos, Columbus; daughters,
Jacqueline Bowen, Elk Rapids, MI, Sandra Freeman, Chicago, IL, Deborah
Cook, Edinburgh and Constance Carpenter, Chicago, IL; 14 grandchildren and
18 great-grandchildren.  
      Memorial contributions may be made to Edinburgh Police Dept., Edinburgh
Fire & Rescue, Johnson Memorial Hospital or Tara Treatment Center,
Edinburgh.

Submitted by Mark Wirey

DISCLAIMER: No claim is made to the copyrights of the individual submitters. The contents of this entire website may be used by individuals researching their ancestry and is only for personal use. Commercial use of this information for profit is strictly prohibited without prior permission of the owners. Other genealogical websites may link to this website; however, permission is not granted to duplicate any of the contents. Anyone contributing material for posting does so in recognition of its free, non-commercial distribution, as well as the responsibility to assure that no copyright is violated by the submission. This website and its coordinator are not responsible for donations of copyrighted material where explicit written permission has not been granted foruse.