Charity Schussler Obituary, 43-year-old Woman of Anderson, Indiana Has Died

Charity Schussler Obituary, Death – Charity Summer Schussler, who was a resident of Anderson, Indiana, passed away on Monday, December 11, 2022. She was 52 years old. Her passing was officially documented. 43 years have passed since she was born. We are sorry to have to be the ones to deliver this information to you, but it is necessary. On this memorial page, friends and family members are invited and given the chance to express their condolences to the family in the form of words that they can write right here on the page. These condolences can be read by clicking on the “Condolences” link at the bottom of this page.

Her great-grandfather Larry Dean Brewer, her grandfather Johnny Kearns, and her nephew Sid Kocher all passed away before she did. Her grandfather was her maternal great-grandfather. She continued her journey in the same manner that they did. She is survived by the following people: her mother Mary Ann Kocher (Kearns); her husband Chris Schussler; her children Jon Schussler and Cheyenne Schussler; her grandson Hayden Linville; her brothers Jason Brewer (Ricki), Nathan Brewer, and Darrell Brewer; as well as her aunts and uncles Donna Abney (Nick), Johnny Kearns (Brenda), Floyd Kearns, Buddy Kearns, and N

On Monday, December 19th, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, there will be a gathering to honor the life of the dead at the Anderson site of Legacy Cremation and Funeral Service. The event will go on from ten in the morning to twelve in the afternoon (504 W 9th St, Anderson, IN 46016). A funeral service will be held at the same place at twelve o’clock in the afternoon on Monday, December 19th, 2022. The date and time of the service have not yet been determined. The time and date have not been decided upon at this point. She was dedicated to raising awareness among the people in her near vicinity, acted as an ambassador for the United States Pain Foundation, and manufactured greeting cards for patients all over the world who were battling terminal illnesses.