Mabel Kile Marlatt
Mabel Kile Marlatt, loving wife and mother, 91, a lifelong resident of Rush County, IN, passed away October 16, 2019. Mabel was born on December 27, 1927 in Andersonville, IN, to the late Maurice Kile and Bernice (Sherwood) Kile.
She is survived by her loving husband of 65 years, Carl Marlatt, brother, Kevin (Marsha), two children Michael (Barbara) Marlatt of Powder Springs, GA and Kim (Roger) Halterman of Urbana, OH, four grandchildren Christopher Marlatt, Lauren Marlatt, Kristen Marlatt and Ben Halterman. She is also survived by two step grandchildren Linda (Dale) Todd and Brian (Baileigh) Halterman and four step great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Mabel was preceded in death by her brothers, Thomas Kile, Charles Kile and sister, Ruth (Kile) Oldham.
As an active member of the community, Mabel dedicated her time to working many years at the Rush County Soil and Water Conservation Office in Rushville, attending St. Paul United Methodist Church of Rushville, chartering the Rush County Delta Theta Tau Sorority, and participating as a long-term member of the Richland Happy Homemakers and the Order of the Eastern Star. Mabel is remembered by those closest to her as a spunky, honest, and loyal friend who loved red nail polish and IU basketball.
Friends and family are welcome from 10:00am-11:30am Monday, October 21, 2019 in Moster Mortuary, Rushville. Services will begin at 11:30 on Monday. Pastor Lonnie Goen will preside. An OES Service will be provided at the mortuary and final interment will follow in Rushville's East Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation or to St. Paul United Methodist Church of Rushville.
Published on October 17, 2019


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Deanna Gwinnup
Oct 17, 2019
Mabel, was always a very caring, sweet friend. Worked with her for many years, she always gave me her honest opinion, about things in my life. Rest In Peace, Dear Mabel. Love you.