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Family of William H. AZBILL (130) & Ruby K. RUMMAGE

233. Charles H. AZBILL. Born on 27 Feb 1931 in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 71, Charles H. died in Gary, Indiana on 13 Mar 2002.

Obituary: Charles H. “Shorty” Azbill, 71, of Gary, Indiana, died Wednesday, March 13, at his home. Services were held on Tuesday, March 19, in the Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Elmer Thomas and Rev. Bob White officiated. Mr. Azbill, the son of the late William and Ruby Rummage Azbill, was born February 27, 1931, in Lexington. He was retired from American Brick Company in Munster, Indiana. He was preceded in death by a grandson, Shawn Azbill. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Irene Azbill; two sons, Jeffery (Susan) Asbill of Gary, Indiana, and Roger (Pamela) Azbill of Lake Village, Indiana; two brothers, Bobby (Lorene) Azbill of Cedar Grove and Edward (Marie) Azbill of Nashville; two sisters, Madge (Elmer) Thomas of Huntingdon and Margaret (Al) Noe of Cedar Grove; three sisters-in-law, Shirley (Phil) Tinoco of Illinois, Kandy Watkins of Sharon, and Louise Rodriquez of Milan; a brother-in-law, Bob (Nettie) White of Trezevant; and four grandchildren, Jeffery, Ryan, Jessica and Alycia Azbill.


Charles H. married Irene WHITE.

They had the following children:
i. Jeffery.

ii. Roger.


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