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Mr. Jesse Leon Clark, age 71, of Shelbyville, passed away Sunday, September 1, 2013, at Glen Oaks Convalescent Center.

 Per his request, his remains will be cremated.  There will be no services. 

He was born November 22, 1941, in South Bend Indiana, to the late Lee and Donnabelle Manges Clark.  He was a veteran of the United states Marine Corp, and served during the Vietnam Era.  He was a retired truck driver and attended the Church of Christ. 

He was preceded in death by a brother, Allen Clark. 

Survivors include two sons, Mark Clark, of Arizona, and Matthew Clark, of Shelbyville; two daughters, Marie Elher, of Arizona, and Michelle Clark, of Oregon; a brother, Gary Clark, of California; two sisters, Marie Williams, of Indiana, and Maleah Mann, of Shelbyville, Indiana; fourteen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. 

Feldhaus Memorial Chapel is assisting the family with the arrangements.


Mrs. Wanda Jane Housch, age 86, of Shelbyville, passed away Monday, September 2, 2013, at Glen Oaks Convalescent and Rehab Center.

Funeral services will be 11 AM Thursday, September 5, 2013, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. Jamie Byrom will officiate, with burial to follow in Rose Bank Cemetery.

Visitation will be 4-8 PM Wednesday at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.

She was born July 16, 1927, in Moore County, to the late Eules Lynn and Myrtle Lee Wagster Warren.  She was a homemaker and member of Flat Creek Church of Christ.

She was preceded in death by her husband Merlin Housch in 2010, and a granddaughter, Julie Housch; two brothers, Lynn Warren and Snook Warren; a sister, Margie Walker.

Survivors include a daughter, Kay Wortham, and her husband Doug, of Shelbyville; five sons, Kenneth Housch, and his wife Sandra, David Housch, and his wife Betty, and Norman Housch, all of Shelbyville; Howard Housch, and his wife Robin, of Murfreesboro, and Paul T. Housch, and his wife Kay, of Hermitage; grandchildren, Casey, Kenny, Jeanie, Dianna, Paige, Tyler, Connor, Charles, Whitt, Leslie, Carrie, Daniel, Blake, and Reagen; twelve great grandchildren, Matthew, Josh, Jessica, Sara Margaret. Walker, Carter, Lucas, Cole, Cooper, Fletcher, Hannah, Emily, Elizabeth, Madison, Morgan, and Stephanie.

Feldhaus Memorial Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.


Mrs. Betty Thomas Shapard, passed away Monday, September 9, 2013, at her home, after an extended illness.

 Funeral services will be 11 AM Thursday, September 12, 2013, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.  Reverend Phillip Moody, of Kings Cross Church and Reverend Ron Dewitt, of First Church of The Nazarene, will officiate, with burial to follow in Willow Mount Cemetery.

 Visitation will be 5- 8 PM Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.

 She was born October 3, 1933, in Bedford County, to the late Albert Barnes and Alice Mae White Thomas.  She worked along side of her husband in their real estate business, Scott Shapard Realty and Auction Company, for thirty years.  Mrs. Shapard was a member of First United Methodist Church.

 She was preceded in death by two brothers, Albert Ray Thomas and James L. Thomas and three sisters, Mary Frances Baxter, June Thomas Davis, and Patsy Thomas Clanton.

 Survivors include her husband of 58 years, Scott Sanders Shapard, of Shelbyville; two daughters, Mary S. Pitner, and her husband Allen, of Shelbyville, and Peggy S. Stubblefield, and her husband Tim, of                      Tullahoma; grandchildren, Megan Stubblefield Houck, and her husband Casey, of Murfreesboro, Michael Scott Pitner, of Shelbyville, Timothy Lee Stubblefield, Jr., of Tullahoma, and Martha Amelia Pitner, of  Shelbyville;   a  sister, Barbara Thomas White, of Lakeland, Georgia, and several nieces and nephews.

 Memorials may be made to Argie Cooper Library. 

 Feldhaus Memorial Chapel is assisting the family with the arrangements.