Clipped From The Indianapolis News
Uzrv'm G. Kennedy, - doccrsted veteran ' GREENWOOD, Ind. Marvin G. Kennedy, 75, formerly of Indianapolis, a decorated World War II veteran, ' died Tuesday in University Heights r Convalescent Center, Indianapolis, t Mr. Kennedy was a member of p' Victory Memorial United Methodist ' Church, Indianapolis, Speedway Ma- ! sonic Lodge and Scottish Rite. J He was an Army veteran of World ; I War II and had served in Gen. George ".f Patton's 3rd Army. He participated in ; v the Battle of the Bulge, the Normandy e. Invasion and other campaigns. He twas awarded a Silver Star and five k Bronze Stars. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday t in Shirley Brothers New Thompson t-Road Gary R. Grose Chapel, with - T calling from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday. There will be a Masonic service at 7. (I Burial will be in Washington Park ( East Cemetery. tl Survivors wife Cordelia J. i Rockhill Kennedy; daughters Sharon r ; Barber, Janice Hobson; son Robert G. ,-. Kennedy; stepson John C. Shook; '.'stepdaughters Kristand, Emily Jud- t son; brother Paul Kennedy; sister 7; Mary Williams; five grandchildren; i t three stepgrandchildren; three step- ( I great-grandchildren.