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BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUPS
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.
Timothy E. Kiefer
August 11, 1941 - February 10, 2006
Timothy R. Kiefer, Sr.
Timothy E. Kiefer, Sr., 64 of Center Point, died February 10, 2006 in the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital at 11:29pm.
He was born August 11, 1941 in Clay County the son of Elmer C. Kiefer and Mary DeCamp Kiefer. He attended Brazil Schools. His work career included Mark E. French and Son, Lawson Welding, Col. Knust Sale Barn, and Johnny Portamont Carnival Show. He was very proud of his role in traffic control at the Lincoln Park Speedway. His passion in life was stock car racing at Lincoln Park Speedway every Saturday night and being with the many friends he had made there over the past 30 years.
He is survived by his three sons, Tim Kiefer, Jr, Clyde Kiefer and David Kiefer; four daughters, Alice Wetnight, Minnie Coley and husband Mark, Shirley Walters and husband Robert, and Sara Kiefer all of Clay County; 9 grandchildren; two sisters, Patty Winn, and Annie Allsup and husband Don; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles; his girlfriend, Marilyn Hinkles and caretaker Ron Moon.
Services will take place Tuesday at 7:00pm at French Funeral Home. Visitation will be Tuesday from 5-7pm.
No specific donations at this time.
Visitation: French Funeral Home