Mindy  Vandeventer


Mindy Vandeventer, 50, formerly of Rushville, passed away July 1, 2019 at her home. Mindy was born October 12, 1968 in Rushville to Edward M. Vandeventer, Jr. and Anita (Leisure) Stuckey. She grew up in Arlington. Mindy was a 1987 graduate of Rushville Consolidated High School.
Mindy worked many years in housekeeping at the Flatrock River Lodge. She loved horses and was a founding member of the Horseman's Club at RCHS. Mindy enjoyed country rides, being outdoors, and living in the country.
She will be missed by the love of her life, Clark Logsdon of Franklin County, her grandmother, Jean Vandeventer of Rushville, her sons, Jarid Roberts (Katelann Basham) and Brett Roberts all of Rushville, her grandson, Jaxson Wayne Roberts and her sisters, Cindy Sever of Rushville and Gina Turner of GA. She will also be missed by her fur babies Jack and Bojangles. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her grandfather, Edward Vandeventer, Sr. and a son, Andrew Stephen Jacobs.
Services will be held at 7 PM Friday, July 5, 2019 in Moster Mortuary, Rushville. Friends are welcome to visit the family on Friday evening from 5 PM until time of service.
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Dawn Bartlett
Jul 08, 2019
Prayers of strength to the Vandeventer Family. So sorry for your loss.
Teresa Schneider Clark, Plymouth, MN
Jul 03, 2019
Condolences to the Vandeventer family; you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Betty J. Vandeventer. Great Aunt
Jul 03, 2019
Mindy was an excellent equine handler. She spent many hours at her Uncle Bob's and my barn honing her horseman's skills. She learned to barrel race on Sweet Shazam, and mentioned him just 2 weeks before ber demise. She leaves a hole in our hearts, but we all know she is in her heavenly home, enjoying all of her family and friends who have preceded her..I know she can hear me when I tell her to live it up girl. We will try not to grieve too long. Love you always.