Dolores J. (Skeet) Bible
March 13, 1930 - August 07, 2019
Dolores J. “Skeet” Bible, 89, of Wolcottville died Wednesday, August 7, 2019, at 12:41 a.m. in Orchard Pointe Health Campus, Kendallville.
She was born March 13, 1930, in Toledo, Ohio, to Harry Valentine and Cecil (VanEtten) Moran.
In 1949, she married Lavon Rex Bible in Toledo. He preceded her in death on March 2, 2013.
She and her husband moved to this area 12 years ago, coming from Toledo.
Skeet was an artist. She owned and operated Skeet’s Ceramics in Toledo.
Surviving are two daughters , Jeanie (Doug) Rheinheimer of Wolcottville and Joyce Cooper of Florida; a son, James (Jody) Bible of Goshen; eight grandchildren, Brad(Claire) Rheinheimer, Sara (Josh) Tackett, Alyssa (Wes) Austrup, Douglas (Lexi) Rheinheimer, Jr., Kristi (Kare) Morelli, Jamie (Sonia) Cooper, Cody Bible, and Jenna Bible; 15 great-grandchildren, Cooper, Rex, Livvy, River, Holden, Issabelle, Cora, Carter, Daxyn, Mikayla, Jade, Emily, Mya, Ava., and Reagan.
She was also preceded in death by a brother, Bill Moran; and a grandson, James Bible, Jr.
There will be no visitation or services.
Young Family Funeral Home, Wolcottville Chapel, State Road 9 North, Wolcottville is assisting the family with arrangements.
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I met Skeet while doing a photoshoot at Lutheran Life Villages Kendalville location. We struck up a conversation and I found her to be such a warm, passionate person. We both are into art and she told me about her endeavors. Great lady. I'm glad to have met her! She will be missed.
I apologize, for some reason , my iPhone changed my name on my tribute.
Skeet was a lovely lady and my Mom’s friend and mine and Mom’ roommate at LLV. They cared for each other, laughed together, and looked out for each other right up to the last. Their friendship will continue in Heaven. My condolences to her family along with my friend and Skeet’s special person, Joanne Barnett. All of us will miss her so much.
Being Skeets Hairstylist for many years, we shared laughs and secrets. I will miss her...
My mother too is a resident of LLV and I got to know Skeet and enjoyed visiting with her. So funny, one day she wheeled up and told me "you don't look so good". hahahaha
Dear Jeanie, thinking of you and your family.
May God bless and help you all in your time of need.