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Barbara Ann Agee

February 24, 1937 November 24, 2018
Barbara Ann Agee
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Obituary for Barbara Ann Agee

Barbara Ann Agee, 81, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away while living at Exceptional Living Center of Brazil, Indiana.

She was born on February 24, 1937, in Indianapolis, Indiana the daughter of Franklin T. and Beulah B. (Dossey) Ball. Barbara married Charles Agee on September 13, 1952. Barbara worked for R.C.A. Records for several years. She also worked as a bartender at restaurants in Indianapolis and Fayetteville, North Carolina. She enjoyed sewing, crafting, and was well known for her talent of playing the spoons. She was also an avid supporter and volunteer for the Ernie Pyle VFW Post 1120 in Indianapolis and the Bussing - Louderback VFW Post 1127 in Brazil.

She was preceded in death by her parents: Franklin and Beulah Ball; a husband Charles Agee; 2 sons: Tommy Agee and Eric Agee; and a brother George Ball.

Survivors include 4 children: Kathy Raney and husband Fred of Brazil, Gary Agee and wife Coleen of Indianapolis, Susan Agee-Cornett and husband Cloyce O. “Neal” Cornett of Indianapolis, and Mary Jo Brown of Raytown, Missouri; 10 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild on the way; as well as a sister Patricia Zinkan and husband John of Indianapolis, Indiana and many extended family members.

There are no services planned. Burial will be held at Center Cemetery, in Lebanon, at a later date. Visit to light a candle in her memory.

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