Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home

1682 State Road 135 North, Nashville, IN


Kermit Matthew Flinn

September 17, 1949December 30, 2019

Kermit Matthew Flinn, 70, passed away on December 30, 2019 after a five year battle with cancer. Kermit was born on September 17, 1949 to Howard Flinn and Marjorie Gratz. He was raised in Wapakoneta, OH and graduated from Wapakoneta High School in 1967. After graduation, Kermit joined the Navy. He served for four years and was stationed in Morocco, Africa and at the Pentagon in Washington D.C. During his time in Washington D.C. he met Fenella, who would become his wife of 47 years. After returning to the Midwest, he started his family and began a career of 32 years with Golding Castings Corporation in Columbus, Indiana. Kermit and Fenella raised two sons in Brown County, Indiana where Kermit was very involved with his sons’ sports, the Brown County State Park, and The Lion’s Club. In addition to his community activities, he always made time for family, fishing, and golfing. Kermit is survived by his wife Fenella, sisters Michele Flinn and Melody Moyer, sons Matthew (Amy) and Brian (Erin), as well as four wonderful grandchildren--Drew, Luke, Sam, and Riley. There will be a Celebration of Life held at Salt Creek Golf Retreat on January 11, 2019 from 3:00 – 5:00pm. All friends and family are cordially invited. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Brown County Humane Society would be appreciated. Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home 1682 State Rd. 135 North, Nashville, Indiana 47448 is entrusted with arrangements. Online condolences may be given to the family at www.BondMitchellFuneralHome.com


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Cathy Paradise

January 12, 2020

Sending my prayers to the family. Kermit was such a fine man. May your many memories keep him always near. Cathy Paradise

Pete Swebert

January 6, 2020

Dear Fenella and the family of Flinns, at the top of the hill you made many feel welcome, I was one you welcomed, especially as we loved and cared for David Yassen and supported our Dear Friend Betsy Voss Lease. You all served our community well in many ways..

Pete Sebert

Sally Carter Snyder

January 6, 2020

I went to Wapakoneta High School with Kermit. He was a great person and friendly to everyone. He was a good athlete and role model.
I got to visit with him at the 50th class reunion. Very sorry to hear of his death and feel your loss. Sally Carter Snyder

Renny Smith

January 5, 2020

I remember Kermit and Fenella well. Our days spent in Washington DC will never be forgotten. You have my sincere condolences and sympathy on Kermit's passing. I know he will be missed by many.

William Hemphill

January 3, 2020

I was a classmate of Kermit's at Waynesfield Goshen after our schools consolidated in our eighth grade year. I remember him and his brother Jack well. Please accept my sincere condolences. William Hemphill class of 67

Linda Walton Kristoff

January 3, 2020

Growing up with friends in New Hampshire holds many good memories. So glad to have known the Flinn family.
My sympathies goes out to Kermit's family.

Melody Flinn Moyer

January 2, 2020

Everyone should have an older brother and I am glad that you were mine. I will love you forever!

marjeanne walters

January 1, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. What a fun friend he was in high school. Had fun catching up at the reunion.

Bill Feil

January 1, 2020

If you hold down your corner of Heaven like you did first base for the 1967 Redskins, all will be well in Heaven and on Earth. It was very special to see you and talk at the 2017 WHS reunion.

Me chele Flinn

December 31, 2019

Kermit, you are missed by so many people. Love you!!!