Madeline Bobo

Posted 5/19/20

Madeline L. Martin Bobo, 70, of Paris, passed away at 12:17 a.m. May 17, 2020, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind., after valiantly fighting cancer since 2013. She was a …

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Madeline Bobo

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Madeline L. Martin Bobo, 70, of Paris, passed away at 12:17 a.m. May 17, 2020, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind., after valiantly fighting cancer since 2013. She was a nurse.

In keeping with federal mandates, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Stewart and Carroll Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Mrs. Bobo was born Jan. 28, 1950, at Albany, Ind., the daughter of the late Forrest and Peggy Ketterman Martin. She married Fred Bobo May 14, 1979, at Muncie, Ind., and he survives.

She is survived by her children, Michael (Cathy) Bobo of Terre Haute, Ind., Larry (Marsha) Dull of Terre Haute, Ind., and Tina Dull of Portland, Ind.; her grandchildren, Zachary (Samantha) Hough of Lincoln, Neb., Morgan (Nate) Leek of Brazil, Ind., Thomas Dull of Terre Haute, Ind., Garrett King of Paris and Brock Bobo of Terre Haute, Ind.; her great-grandchildren, Liam Hough of Nebraska and Henry Leek of Brazil, Ind.; her nephews, Matthew (Abby) Bobo of Austin, Texas and Joshua (Ina) Bobo of Austin, Texas; a special son-in-law, Brad King of Paris; and several cousins in Lafayette, Ind.  

She was preceded in death by a brother, Danny Lee Martin. 

During her nursing career, Mrs. Bobo was a nurse in the Neonatal ICU Unit in Fort Carson, Colo. She worked for Dr. Jeff Hatcher and helped him open his office and was also his nurse. She was a nurse at Paris Community Hospital and assistant manager and nurse at Brookstone Estates, Paris.

Mrs. Bobo attended Grace Fellowship Church, Paris Church of God and First Baptist Church of Paris. She loved fishing at Twin Lakes. She also enjoyed taking care of her roses and flowers at her church and her home. She was known for her famous meatloaf, deviled eggs and her fruit cobbler desserts that disappeared quickly at church events.  

She loved watching her grandchildren’s sporting events and spending time with her family. She was a friend to everyone she knew.  

Memorial donations may be made to ECCF: Edgar County Cancer Support Group, Do-it

Online condolences at www.stewartandcarrollfuneralhome.com.