CONOVER, Vivian J.

Date of birth: 20 Jul 1920 Shelby County, Indiana

Date of death: 2 May 1980 Syracuse, Kosciusko, Indiana

Source: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana, May 7 1980

Vivian Conover Dies
      Vivian Conover, 59, former Edinburgh resident, died 
Friday night at the hospital in Syracuse, Indiana.  She had 
been ill several months.
      Funeral services were held at the Harris Funeral Home 
in Syracuse yesterday morning and graveside services were 
conducted by the Rev. David Bremer at Edinburgh Rest 
Haven Cemetery at 3:00 p.m. yesterday.  Memorials may 
be given to the American Cancer Society.
      Miss Conover was born July 20, 1920, in Shelby County, 
the daughter of Claude and Hazel Wertz Conover and had 
graduated from Edinburgh High School.  She was employed 
at Amos-Thompson Corporation prior to moving to Syracuse 
where she made her home with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and 
Mrs. Kenneth Harkless, and was employed in the Harkless 
Gift Shop and boat marina and a doctor's office in Syracuse.
      She was a member of the Edinburgh Presbyterian Church 
and Edinburgh Tri Kappa.
      Surviving are a brother, Henry Conover of Edinburgh; a 
niece, Cheryl Conover of Columbus and the aunt, Mrs. Harkless.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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