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Lola Mae (McFadin) Healy, 87, of Mt. Vernon, Indiana passed away peacefully Sunday evening (14 Apr 2013) at West River Health Campus in Evansville after a long illness.

 

She was born to the late George and Pauline McFadin on March 5, 1926.

 

Lola Mae graduated from Mt. Vernon High School in 1944. Lola Mae retired from the Mt. Vernon High School cafeteria in May 2001 after 22 years. Although being born and raised and living most of her life in Mt. Vernon, she also lived in Seattle, Washington; Philippines; and Fayetteville, North Carolina. Lola Mae was an active member of Welborn United Methodist Church in Mt. Vernon, Indiana.

 

She was preceded in death by her husband of 25 years, Paul Healy in 1993; her eldest daughter, Barbara Ann Lehmann in 2012; step-son, Greg Healy in 2010; her best friend and sister-in law, Kaye McFadin in 1999; and her first husband Clifford Duley in 2007.

 

Lola Mae was the last survivor of 8 siblings of the McFadin family that grew up in Upton. Also, preceding Lola Mae in death were: her brothers, Paul and Woodrow McFadin Sr.; and sisters, Elvera Benthall, Ruth Gilbert, Irene Johnson, Doris Phillips and Shirley Kerr.

 

Lola Mae is survived by 3 daughters: Sandy (Tom) Kincheloe; Marilyn (Roger) Boyer; and Debbie (Scott) Minton all of Mt. Vernon, Indiana; son-in law, Rob Lehmann of Ft. Wayne; step-son, Jerry Healy of Evansville; and step-daughter, Coretta (Roger) Curlin of Arlington, KY.

Her grandchildren are: Liz Lehmann and Robbie Lehmann; Wesley (Hannah) Kincheloe; Derrick Kincheloe; Jeff (Jamie) Boyer; Dennis (Taylor) Boyer, Dustin (Kelsey) Boyer; Phillip Minton and Danielle Minton. Her great grandchildren are Jocelyn Kincheloe and AJ Boyer. Surviving in-laws are Wilfred LaRue Phillips and Geraldine McFadin. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews, 3 step-grandsons, a step-granddaughter and many step-great grandchildren.

 

Lola Mae loved her family and spending time with them. She loved her church and was the church secretary for over 25 years. She loved to take care of the churchyard as well as her own yard. She also loved to sing and play the harmonica and will now be accompanying the angels in heaven.

The family would like to especially thank everyone for their visits, cards, and kind words. Also, a special thank-you to the staff of West River Health Campus for their wonderful care and to the doctors and nurses that provided her special care.

 

Services will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at Welborn United Methodist Church 4999 Welborn Church Rd. in Mt. Vernon with burial to follow in the church Cemetery.

 

Visitation will be from 3:00 pm until 7:00 pm on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at Schneider Funeral Home 512 Main St. in Mt. Vernon and continued from 9:00 am until service time on Thursday at the church.

 

Lola Healy