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Earl Edward Peacock

June 22, 1943 ~ May 24, 2017 (age 73)

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NAME:    Earl E Peacock

AGE:   73

RESIDENCE:  Nabb IN

DATE & PLACE OF BIRTH:   June 22 1943, Austin IN

DATE & PLACE OF DEATH:   May 24 2017, Scottsburg IN

OCCUPATION:   retired from General Electric in Shelbyville & Cummins Engine in Columbus;

INTERESTS:    Enjoyed fishing, doing things, traveling, working in his garden and selling his produce in Scottsburg; loved his wife and children; enjoyed every Sunday evening gathered with brothers & sisters for a pitch-in supper.

MEMBERSHIPS:   United Christian Church in Commisky

MARRIAGE:   Barbara Bressler Montgomery Peacock on July 1 1984

PARENTS:  Maynard Peacock & Estella Derringer Peacock

SURVIVORS:  Daughters: Kim Day, Kay Monroe, Renee Adams
      Raised as his own, daughters: Carol Laman, Tammy Simpson, Vanessa Craig, and sons: David Montgomery
                  & Chris Montgomery
   Grandchildren: Tiffany Sayers, Brittany Poggel, Nate Montgomery, Katie Montgomery, Hannah Monroe,
         Skylar Monroe, Emily Adams, Ethan Adams, Garrett Day, Evan Day, Ashley Fish,
          Travis Simpson, Sarah Ponsler.
   Great Grandchildren: Brayden Sayers, Jaxon Sayers, Eli Sayers, Broady Sayers, Madison Poggel
       Brothers: Ralph Peacock, Virgil Peacock, Chester Peacock  
        Sisters: Carol Pyatt, Janice Jones, Violet Gudgel, Rosie Ebbing.
  Preceded in death by:  his parents; sisters Kathryn Corya and Evelyn Joan ; brother Richard Peacock.

     This man, Earl, didn't give up, he never complained. God wasn't ready for him before. He was in a car accident April 1985, received a closed head injury. Then in 2001 he had 8 blocked arteries to heal. Then he had by-pass surgery and recovered from all of this. Then in March 2016, he was diagnosed with pancreas cancer; chemo treatments, then whipple of pancreas surgery removing 1/2 of the pancreas trying to get the cancer in an 8 1/2 hour surgery; follow more chemo. The chemo was making him so weak & sick he had to stop the treatments; still fighting for his life.

VISITATION:     11 AM  -   2 PM   Saturday   May 27 2017
                             Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home

FUNERAL SERVICE:    2 PM  Saturday  May 27 2017
                                             Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home

BURIAL:   Lexington Cemetery

OFFICIATING:   Damon Marling & Doug Lee

MEMORIAL DONATIONS:  Ride For A Cure
            c/o: Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home, 80 N 1st St., Scottsburg IN 47170


 Service Information

Visitation
Saturday
May 27, 2017

11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Stewart & Hoagland
80 N 1st Street
Scottsburg, IN 47170

Funeral Service
Saturday
May 27, 2017

2:00 PM
Stewart & Hoagland
80 N 1st Street
Scottsburg, IN 47170


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