Ada Grace Keisling
- November 21, 1920 - November 14, 2012
- Kokomo, Indiana
of Ada's Passing
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To the family
So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Lots of memories playing basketball in the hay loft for years. Your mom put up with our antics and i will always remember the big dish of ice cream that she would serve up. Sorry I was not able to attend the viewing and see my "basketball" buddies.
Posted by: Mike Fewell - kokomo - friend Dec 20, 2012
CONDOLENCES ; THE ARVIN FAMILIES
Posted by: ARVIN FAMILIES Nov 19, 2012
I was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. My family and I lived next door to Ada and Glen for 20+ years. Ada would bring us baked goodies every Christmas. What wonderful Christian neighbors and friends! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by: Rod Stearns Nov 18, 2012
I met Ada in Dr. Scherschel's office and also when I worked for Dr. Kuenzli. I went with Burnsey (Tarkington) Barrett to visit Ada a couple of times. I also visited with her at Northwoods when I would go see my Step-Mother. She was such a sweet, classy lady..Just loved visiting with her.
She will be missed, but God needed His special angel in heaven..
May God's peace and comfort be with all of you.
Posted by: Almeda Mast - Kokomo, IN - friend Nov 18, 2012
I have so many wonderful memories of my precious Aunt Ada. When I was younger i can remember all the stories she loved to tell us kids. When we lived in Tn when Uncle Glen and her came down the games we would play. She was a very loving christian woman. I love her very much and she will be greatly missed along with that beautiful smile.......... Now this journey is ending and a new life journey is just starting walking along side Jesus...... I love you Aunt Ada!!!!!
Posted by: Angela Musselman Wilson - Burrows, IN - neice Nov 18, 2012
I have so many fond memories of Aunt Ada.Since we were brought up down the road from them I spent a lot of time there. I would have breakfast at home & then go there for the next meal. She also taught me how to tie my shoes. I Spent alot of vacation & camping trips with them. She always had a song in Her heart & a smile on her face. You will be so missed. I know
Posted by: Mary(Musselman) Bounds - Burrows, IN - niece Nov 17, 2012
The candle is for my Loving Aunt Ada. She is with Jesus now, and I know she is rejoycing with all my family that was probably there waiting on her. Especially my Uncle Glen. I have never seen a couple as in love as they were, until the day he went to meet the Lord. I can only be happy that she has made the transition to heaven. I know she has lived for 91 years, making this her goal
Posted by: Linda Smith - Winchester, TN - niece Nov 17, 2012
I can remember Aunt Ada always being so kind, and loving..I think the last time I attended church at Alto, we sang together. We sang Amazing Grace. I sang melody and she did harmony. I think it was the best song I have ever sang, and her too. I remember when I was in school, her and mom working on the lunch line, and how much fun they had working together. They always had a story to tell about a
Posted by: Linda Smith - Winchester, TN - Niece Nov 17, 2012
I have so many wonderful childhood memories of fun times at Ada's house where everyone was welcome and made to feel at home. My sincere condolences to her very special family.
Posted by: Gayle. duckett - Carmel, IN - Great niece Nov 17, 2012