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Ellers Mortuary & Cremation Center

3400 S. Webster Street, Kokomo, IN

OBITUARY

Fannie Mae Bass

November 29, 1942March 13, 2020
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Mrs. Fannie Mae Bass, 77, Kokomo, IN passed away March 13, 2020. She was born November 29, 1942 in Dahlonga Georgia to Thomas and Caroline Payne.

She is survived by her son, Ray (Terri) Bass; daughters Rita (Bobby) McClish & Renee (Chris) McGinnis; grandsons Michael (Jinn) McClish, Jason (Shannon) McClish, Johnny (Lacey) Bass & Nickolas (Erin) McGinnis; granddaughters; Holly Olivarez, Lydia (Andy) Bass, Brooke (John) Radtke, Brittany Guy & Christina (Michael) Adamson; sixteen great-grandchildren, six great-great grandchildren, and her sister Barbara Gibson.

Fannie is preceded in death by her beloved husband Johnny Bass and her parents.

Fannie loved sewing, fishing and especially her garden. She was an avid animal lover and adored her cat Kitkat. Fannie was close to the lord and lived her life accordingly. She retired from Delco Electronics after 30 years and co-owned and operated Custom Built Barns with her husband.

The family has postponed visitation and services at this time.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her name to Kokomo Humane Society 729 E. Hoffer St. Kokomo IN, 46902

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Rita McClish

March 16, 2020

Oh momma I sure hope you understand why we can't send you off the way you deserve, like a princess. We can sure use extra protection and that's why God took you from us. And the day you was leaving us our President" declared state of emergency" and that was no joke. I love and miss you so much. Tell dad I love and miss him so much. You two are together now!!!! Love, your big girl

Linda Voke

March 16, 2020

I wanted to say how Fannie done so much for my Mother. When my Mother (Mary McClish) was in the nursing home Fannie always came to see her. Not only did she visit my Mother she was a wonderful seamstress. She made mom jackets, blankets etc. I am so glad I was able to see her when I was back in Indiana. One of the funny things that happened when I was there. Rita and I went out to see her and she had a cat. She said Linda she doesn’t go to anyone. So I tried and all of a sudden she came straight to me. Fannie was shocked. Rest In Peace

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