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For anyone, regardless of where you are in your own grief journey, meeting the first Monday of each month 10:00-11:30am at Grace Chapel, 2104 W US Hwy 40, Brazil. For Parents who have lost a child meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month 7:00-8:30pm at Grace Chapel, 2104 W US Hwy 40, Brazil. If you would like more information about either group, please call 812.446.2206. MOURNER'S BILL OF RIGHTS 1. You have the right to experience your own unique grief. 2. You have the right to talk about your grief. 3. You have the right to feel a multitude of emotions. 4. You have the right to be tolerant of your physical and emotional limits. 5. You have the right to experience "griefbursts." 6. You have the right to make use of ritual. 7. You have the right to embrace your spirituality. 8. You have the right to search for meaning. 9. You have the right to treasure your memories. 10. You have the right to move toward your grief and heal.
Margaret "Pat" Chenoweth
March 16, 1934 - February 27, 2013
Margaret Patricia “Pat” Chenoweth
Margaret Patricia “Pat” Chenoweth, 78, of Clay City, passed away at Exceptional Living Center, in Brazil, following a lengthy battle with Parkinson ’s disease.
She was born in Indianapolis, IN March 16, 1934, the daughter of Roscoe David and Nellie Ruth (Vess) Ruffin. She attended St. Mary’s and St. Agnes high school’s, in Indianapolis. Pat worked at the Stop and Shop in Speedway for many years where she got to meet many of the Race Car Drivers. She married Roy W. Chenoweth on June 19, 1969. She and Roy moved to Coal City in 1987 and then Clay City in 1994.
She was a member of the Coal City United Methodist Church. She was a founding member of the Coal City American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Pat enjoyed traveling, going on walks and listening to country music. While she lived in Indianapolis she volunteered at school 54 “Brookside Elementary” and served as a member of the Parent Teacher’s Association.
In addition to her parents Pat was preceded in death by 4 brothers: Richard Ruffin, William Ruffin, James Ruffin and Thomas Ruffin.
She is survived by her husband Roy Chenoweth of Clay City; children: Lola Meadors Stainbrook, John Chenoweth (June), Roy Chenoweth Jr.(Sue), Justin Chenoweth and Ruthann Chenoweth; grandchildren: Ashley, Roxanne, Jillian, Brigette, Randi, Kirsten, Brooke and Michael; 10 great grandchildren; a sister Teresa Carter Sackett and husband Jim; a brother Michael Ruffin and wife Janice as well as several nieces, nephews and extended family members and friends.
Services will be at Schoppenhorst Funeral Home, in Clay City, Monday, March 4, 2013 at 11am. Burial will be held at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, in Hall, Indiana, Monday at 1:30pm. Visitation will be at the funeral home, Sunday, from 4-8pm.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Parkinson Research Foundation 20256 S. St. Rd. 46 Sarasota, FL 34276.