Norman D. Chancy

Norman D. Chancy 76, of Shelbyville, passed away on June 6, 2017 at Heritage House in Greensburg.

He was born to Ernest and Delphia (Nolley) Chancy on November 7, 1940 in Shelbyville. He married Maciva (Mickie) McDonald on March 23, 1974 and she survives.

Other survivors include daughter Kristy Hamner of Columbus,In; Son, Brad E. Chancy of Shelbyville; Brother Bert (Glenda) Chancy of Shelbyville; Victor (June) Chancy of Shelbyville; Louann (Gary) Chancy of Jefferson, Texas; and Kay (Roger) Phelps of Shelbyville; Rita (Gary) Ringler of Spencer,In; He is also survived by 5 Grandchildren, Brittney Hamner, Ashlie Hamner, Taylor Hamner, Cameron Chancy, and Lauren Chancy, and 1 Great Grandson Zack.

He was preceded in death by his parents, 1 brother Larry Chancy and 1 sister Verna Chancy.

Mr. Chancy was a lifetime resident of Shelby County. He graduated from Morristown High School in 1959.

He served our country in the Indiana National Guard.

He worked as an electrician for KCL Corporation for 45 years.

Norman enjoyed working in his shop making jigs for fishing. For close to fifty years he loved taking his annual vacation to Reelfoot, Tennessee with his buddies to go fishing, but most of all Norman loved spending time with his family and friends.

Funeral Services will be held at the Glenn E. George and Son Funeral Home 437 Amos Road, on Friday June 9, 2017 at 11am with the Rev. David Humphrey officiating.

Burial will be held at Bennett Cemetery in Shelby County.

Visitation will be held on Thursday June 8, 2017 from 6-8pm.

Memorial donations may be made to Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in care of the funeral home.

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Kristy Hamner wrote on June 9, 2017 at 4:16 am:
Dad you are already missed. I've been going through the memories of yesteryear. I remember the first day I got to call you dad. We were pulling out of the driveway on are way for you and mom to get married, I ask if I was allowed to call you dad yet and you looked at mom and mom said yes, then you said yes. I remember how we would go places and you would embarrass up by being a train whistle. or a dog. I remember the snowman we made. I remember all our vacations to myrtle beach. I remember the patience and your smiles. I remember all are trips to indianapolis for your chemo and how you would tell your fishing stories and tell jokes. DAD: Why are the birds sitting up there on the wires. US; Don't know dad why? DAD: There charging up. HAHAHA! OH PAPPY! The legacy you leave behind is that of a wonderful father, a great pappy, a terrific great grand pappy. A loving husband and a hero to all. Love you always. Miss you always. Your daughter. Thank you for being my daddy!