News From Terre Haute, Indiana

January 3, 2013

Norman E. Duzan


JASONVILLE — —  Norman E. Duzan, 76, of Jasonville, passed away at 11 a.m., Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, in St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born March 4, 1936, in Clark County, Ill., to Forrest Duzan and Leota Pearl (Allen) Duzan.

Survivors include his wife, Edith R. (Shidler) Keller-Duzan of Jasonville, whom he married on April 10, 1986; daughters and sons-in-law: Amy and Clint House of Linton, Lisa and Mike Reed of Terre Haute, Debbie and Terry McDaniel of Spencer, and Cindy and Greg Kline of Edwardsville, Ill.; sons and daughters-in-law, Darin and Erin Duzan of Terre Haute, Mark and Debbie Yeske of Decatur, Ill., John and Debi Keller of Brazil, and Rob Keller of Indianapolis; special sons, Jimmy Haskell of Indianapolis, and Brian deBoer of Paris, Ill.; special daughter: Marianne Bemis of Indianapolis; sisters and brothers-in-law, Mary and Doug Athey of Terre Haute, Martha and Paul Erwin of Casey, Ill.; grandchildren: Hunter, Haydyn, Henley, Dallas, Delaney, Ben, Rhiannon, Justin, Phillip, Leigha, Taylor, Michael, Scott, Jacob, Brittany, Lorelei, Chelsey, Sara and Lea; great-grandchildren: Nathan, Ethan, Stella, Kaydance, Sean, Tyler, Eli, Liam, Gabriel and Benjaman.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Norman retired in 1991 from Greene County General Hospital as a radiology technologist. He was a member of ISRT and ASRT and Friendly Grove Baptist Church. He was a 50-year Mason of Terre Haute Masonic Lodge F&AM. Norman enjoyed photography, wood-working and loved to work in the yard planting trees and gardening. He was a U.S. Air Force Veteran.

Arrangements are entrusted to Michael W. Cox, Cox Funeral Home, 218 S. Meridian St., Jasonville. Visitation is scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, with Masonic Memorial Services, and 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. service time Friday at the funeral home. Funeral services are 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4, 2013 at the funeral home, with pastor Dick Smith officiating. Interment will be at Maple Grove Cemetery in Clay City, with military graveside rites.