Honoring Our Heroes
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In Memory Of
Class of 1992
(Passed date unknown)
Class of 1986
Passed Apr 21, 2008
Anissa graduated from FCHS in 1986. She participated in Marching Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Pit Band, International Club, Latin Club, Pep Club and KITE.
Passed Sep 04, 2009
He was born in Rushville in 1937. He married Lois Bang in 1956; she survives.
Mr. Self graduated from Rushville High School in 1955 and from Indiana Central College (University of Indianapolis) in 1962. He received his Master's Degree from Indiana University. He accepted a teaching and coaching position at Franklin Community School Corporation in 1962. In 1964, he transferred to the high school where he taught social studies, coached baseball, boys' and girls' track and field and girls' cross country. While at Franklin Community High School he established the Brian K. Waymire Workday to help fund a scholarship set up in honor of Brian Waymire, a student athlete who died while training for his upcoming track season. He headed up the Nisha Grimm Memorial Scholarship Balloon Release and the Muscatatuck State Development Christmas Project. He received numerous honors and awards during his 38 years of service at Franklin, including the Arvin Teacher of the Year Award, the United States History Teacher of the Year Award (from The Daughters of the American Revolution), Kentucky Colonel, the Muscatatuck State Development Little Buck Award, Rushville High School Distinguished Alumni Award, Jaycee Young Educator of the Year, and nine Senior Choice Awards. He and his wife jointly received the Mike and Jeannie Watkins Eagle Inspiration Award. In 2001, after his retirement, the Athletic Department of FCHS launched the Bill Self Invitational Track & Field Meet with proceeds going to the Waymire Scholarship. He was a member of Tabernacle Christian Church in Franklin.
Survivors in addition to his wife include daughter, Lori Self-Gross (Parrish) of Franklin; son, Jim Self (Leah Ann) of Noblesville; grandchildren, Peyton Gross, Hannah Self, Eli Self and Lydia Self; brother, Bob Self of Rushville; and sister, Annabelle Shelton of Simpsonville, S.C.
He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Lydia (Crain) Self; brothers, J. Kenneth Self, James D. Self, Richard A. Self; and sisters, Dorothy Bowling, Virgina Lathery, Hartzel Spillman, Winona (Pat) Hancock and Marjorie Self.
A memorial service will be held at 4:15 p.m. Saturday at Franklin Community Middle School, where friends may call from 1 to 4 p.m. The Rev. Bill Horner will conduct the service. A private graveside service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Brian K. Waymire Memorial Scholarship Fund in care of Pam Spencer Mutual Savings Bank, 80 East Jefferson Street, Franklin, IN 46131.
Class of 1992
(Passed date unknown)
Class of 1970
Passed Jun 01, 2008
Class of 1983
Passed Jun 09, 2005
Class of 2003
Passed Jan 30, 2007
Class of 1969
Passed Sep 10, 2015
Class of '12
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