CHANDLER, Hobart T."Joe"

Date of birth: 12 Sep 1896 Taylorsville Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 25 Oct 1979 Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Source: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana, October 31, 1979

Hobart Chandler
      Funeral services were conducted 
by the Rev. Henry Claybrook Saturday 
afternoon at Hathaway-Myers Funeral 
Chapel in Columbus for Hobart T. 
(Joe) Chandler, 83, Taylorsville 
who died at 3:00 a.m. Thursday at 
Bartholomew County Hospital.
      He was a retired Public Service 
Indiana groundman.
      Burial was at Rest Haven 
Cemetery in Edinburgh.  Serving 
as pall-bearers were Tim Jarnegin, 
Larry Chandler, Carl Stevens, 
Walter Maschino, Roy Tungett, 
and John Reeves.
      Chandler was born Sept. 12, 
1896, in Taylorsville the son of 
William and Lillian Harris Chandler.  
July 14, 1922, in Louisville, he 
married Blanche Jolly who survives.  
He was a member of Taylorsvillle 
First Baptist Church. 
      Other survivors include two 
daughters, Norma Jean Lee of 
Taylorsville and JoAnn Kirts 
of Columbus; a sister, Marian C. 
Glasson of Columbus and five 
grandchildren.
      He was preceded in death 
by a son, Charles W. Chandler, 
four brothers and two sisters.
 

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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