Robert Eugene Workman

October 15, 2013
By
Neal’s Funeral Home

306 S Walnut St.
Osgood, IN 47037
812-689-4262
 
Robert Eugene Workman, age 75 of Osgood, IN passed away quietly Monday, October 14, 2013 at his home . He was born June 12, 1938 in Dearborn County, Indiana. His parents were Wm. & Mamie Armstrong Workman.  Bob married Lorraine E. Lewis May 26, 1956 & she still survives at home. In Bob’s earlier years, he had attended the Christian Alliance Church of Aurora, IN . He was a member of the Delaware UN Methodist Church; was a 43 year employee of Aurora Casket Company, retiring in the Srpring of 2004; member of the Milan, IN Masonic Lodge # 31 &  a member of the Columbus, IN Scottish Rite .
Bowling & gardening were some of Bob’s favorite passtimes. He was a loving & devoted husband, father, grandfather & great grandfather . He will be sadly missed. 
SURVIVORS:
Wife:  Lorraine Lewis Workman of Osgood.
 
Daughters:
Deborah Lynn (Darrell) kehrt of Plainfield, IN
Jane Ann (Bill) Vankirk of Napoleon, IN
 
Brothers:
Charles (Anna Lee) Workman of Harrison, OH
Bill Workman of Lawrenceburg, IN
Donald (Pat) Workman of OK
Dale (Carol) Workman of Bright, IN
Gerald (Lois) Workman of Delaware, IN
Arthur (Leisha) Workman of Aurora, IN
David (Bonnie) Workman of Moores Hill, IN
 
Grandchildren:  5
Great Grandchildren:  2
Visitation:
Thursday, October 17, 2013/ Neal’s Funeral Home/ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
 
Funeral:
Friday, October 18, 2013/ 11:00 am/ Neal’s Funeral Home/ Doors open at 9:00 am
 
Burial:  St. Maurice Cemetery, Napoleon, IN
 
Memorials:  Delaware UN Methodist Church or the Christian Alliance Church of Aurora, IN c/o funeral home.
 
Arrangements By:  Neal’s Funeral Home
www.nealsfuneralhome.net
 

 

 

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