Myers Funeral Home


John W. Hibbert

21 December, 193614 May, 2020
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John W. Hibbert, 83 of Huntington passed away on Thursday, May 14, 2020 at Lutheran Hospital. John was a 1954 graduate of Roanoke High School. He worked at W&W Concrete for 43 years, retiring in 2002. He was a member of the Ageless Iron Tractor Club. John was an avid Golf player and for many years played softball. He also pitched horseshoes, square danced and enjoyed bowling. His hobbies were, Antique Tractors and Gas Engines.

He was born on December 21, 1936 in Huntington, the son of Vaughn and Ruth (Garber) Hibbert.

He was united in marriage to Mary Ann L. Frantz on November 24, 1956 in Roanoke, Indiana. Mary Ann survives.

Additional survivors include: two sons: James (Kristi Garcia) Hibbert of Roanoke; Philip Hibbert of Huntington; two daughters: Sandra (Rick) Sindelar of Ft. Myers, FL; Kimberly (Paul) Smith of Ft. Wayne; eleven grandchildren: Amber, Chelsey, Cheyann, Levi, Jocelyn, Lucas, Caleb, Melissa, Justin, Ashley, Chelsi and seventeen great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Public visitation will be held on Thursday, May 21, 2020 from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana. We will be following the CDC’s guidelines for Social Distancing and Social Gathering Limits.

Private family funeral service will be held at Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel.

Interment will be at the Glenwood Cemetery in Roanoke at a later date.

Memorial donations can be made out to either St. Joseph Catholic Church, Roanoke Volunteer Fire Department or to Roanoke Park Department all in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.


  • Mary Ann L. (Frantz) Hibbert, Wife
  • James (Kristi Garcia) Hibbert, Son and Partner
  • Philip Hibbert, Son
  • Sandra (Rick) Sindelar, Daughter and Son-in-law
  • Kimberly (Paul) Smith, Daughter and Son-in-law
  • Vaughn Hibbert, Father (deceased)
  • Ruth (Garber) Hibbert, Mother (deceased)
  • Eleven grandchildren: Amber, Chelsey, Cheyann, Levi, Jocelyn, Lucas, Caleb, Melissa, Justin, Ashley, Chelsi and seventeen great grandchildren

  • St. Joseph Catholic Church
  • Roanoke Volunteer Fire Department
  • Roanoke Park Department



  • Public Visitation

    Thursday, 21 May , 2020


  • Private Family Services, Interment at a later date


John W. Hibbert

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Connie Kindler

20 May 2020

Sincere sympathy to you and your family. John was in my brother's class at Roanoke High and our paths crossed occasionally. Great guy! Prayers to all.

Connie Houser Kindler

Rollie & Brenda Knepper

20 May 2020

We are so sorry for your family’s loss. Our memories of John include golf, Plow Days, Friday morning breakfasts, and his SMILE!

robert bowen

20 May 2020

Played a lot of softball with him all good memories .

Paris Seibold

20 May 2020

I played softball with John at an ASA Indiana State Tournament near Indianapolis. John stepped up to the plate and the opposing first baseman yelled “move in – he’s batting chicken handed.”
John took a swing and smashed the ball over the 300 foot fence!
He was a great competitor and a great athlete. Our deepest sympathy to Mary Ann and family.
Paris & Jean Seibold

David Gerardot

20 May 2020

Sorry for his families loss.
John was a golfing buddy and good friend to my Dad (Willy Gerardot). They had a lot of good time together.

Patricia & James Stahl

20 May 2020

We are so sad to hear of your loss. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Jim and Pat Stahl

Bill & Miriam Ruppel

19 May 2020

Phil , Cheyann, and family, we are sorry for your loss. Praying that your memories comfort you in times ahead.

Mike Schnepp

19 May 2020

My condolences to the family. I only played softball against him a couple times but, he could really hit the ball. I think my fondest memory is being at his house with Ron and Jim and several others playing football in the yard. John came home from work and we all started in on him to play so he agreed. He got the ball on the first play and ran over us like we weren't even there. I was probably 16 at the time so it must have been 1972 or so. I (we) found out we weren't as tough as we thought. He was a great guy.

Eric and Nancy First

19 May 2020

Eric and I have all of you in our hearts and prayers. John was a great guy. He will be missed by all that were blessed to have him in their lives. Due to the virus. We will not be physically with you. But our hearts are!!!! God bless all of you and give you comfort!!!

brenda conn

19 May 2020

So sorry for your loss what a great guy remember him when he came into the resturant with all the other guys from WW concrete many prayers Brenda and Bill Conn

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