Edna Mae McMichael

Edna Mae McMichael, 97, of Camby, former Shelbyville resident, passed away September 30, 2017 at Franciscan Health
in Mooresville.  Born April 30, 1920 in Shelby County, she was the daughter of Chester Mann and Martha (Fisher) Mann.
She married Howard L. McMichael in 1938 and he preceded her in 2001.
Survivors include- son James D. McMichael (wife Patricia M. Lancaster) of Camby; daughter-in-law Judy McMichael of
San Antonio, Texas; grandchildren Lori Moncilovich of Poland, Ohio, David McMichael (wife Stephanie) of Shippenburg,
Pennsylvania, Shaun McMichael of Union, Kentucky; great grandchildren George James Moncilovich, Ethan Moncilovich,
Isaac Moncilovich, Quentin McMichael, Tyler McMichael, Kyla Clare McMichael, and Ryanne McMichael.  She was preceded
in death by her parents, spouse, son Jerry L. McMichael, grandson Ryan McMichael, and brothers Emerson and Oris Mann.
Mrs. McMichael had been employed as the manager of the Diana Dress Shop in Shelbyville from 1959 until her retirement.
She had previously worked for 3 years at the Garment Factory, also of Shelbyville.  She was a member of the West Street
United Methodist Church, graduated from Waldron High School in 1938, and enjoyed playing euchre.
Funeral services will be 1:00 pm Saturday, October 14, 2017 at  West Street United Methodist Church, 629 S. West Street,
with Pastor Reid Walker officiating.  Visitation will at the church Saturday  from 12 noon  until the time of the service.  Burial
will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions can be made to West Street United Methodist Church.

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Denis (Denny) Harris-Oklahoma City wrote on October 17, 2017 at 4:28 pm:
Mrs. McMichael is the mother of my classmate, Jerry, and served (along with my mother) as the Den Mother to Den #7, Pack 252 (Colescott School) of the Cub Scouts in Shelbyville. I always tried to pay her a visit on Blanchard Street when I came home. To Jim and family, my thoughts and prayers go out to you in tribute to this wonderful lady.