Floyd E. “Jack” Tribbett age 94 longtime Frankfort resident residing at the Parkwood Healthcare Center in Lebanon passed away July 31, 2008.? Born in Cutler, Indiana on October 9, 1913 to Floyd H. & Laverta (Galbreath) Tribbett.? He was a farmer as a young man and then was invited by Henry M. Carr to help him start Carr Custom Cabinets in which he did and retired as Superintendent in 1976. After his retirement he worked part time for Beard Industries.? He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church.? He married Florence B. Robison on March 3, 1934 and she preceded him in death on August 23, 1992.? Surviving is 2 daughters: Sharon Tipps (Jerry) of Noblesville and Janet Conner (Neil W.) of Frankfort.? Also surviving are 5 grandchildren: Rick (Edie) Conner, Mike (Barbara) Conner, William (Andrea) Lahee, Becky Carrico, and Debra Ranierie, 13 great grandchildren: Amber, Melinda, Kristin, Danielle, Valerie, Heather, Brandon, Nicholas, Zachary, Jamie, Brooke, Hayley, and D.J. and 6 great great grandchildren: Tyler, Alicia, Whitney, Hailey, Alberto, and Alex.? He was preceded in death by 2 brothers, 4 sisters, a grandson, and a great granddaughter.? Funeral services will be held 2 PM Monday August 4, 2008 at Archer-Weston Funeral Home.? Friends may call beginning at Noon Monday at the funeral home.? Private family entombment will take place at Greenlawn Mausoleum.
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Not a whisper, nor a shout, But a voice of love and caring. A soft lap with strong arms to hold us, a laugh of joy that brought happiness to our youth. A hug of wisdom which made us feel secure. He took pride in all of our achievements, and never let us slip from his thoughts. He taught us little bits of life, He gave us lots of love, But most of all he was always there for all of us. As children, we played with him. As adults, we drew strength and wisdom from him. The caring way in which he raised his own children, helped to inspire each of us in the raising of our own. And now as grandpa leaves us, I feel sadness but also hope, because I know he will be in the heart of each and every one of his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. We must draw from his spirit the strength, wisdom, and knowledge which he gave to us in his lifetime, and pass this on to future generations. Therefore, Grandpa’s legacy will continue on. Grandpa, I thank you!!
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One of the greatest people I was lucky enough to have in my life, you will truly be missed. He was not judgmental nor harsh but only loving and caring in all things. He was truly an inspiration to all who knew him. I would like to share a prayer that most of us know but whenever I stayed with my grandparents he would say this with us. Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray Thee, Lord, my soul to keep That if I sleep or if I wake, I may be Thine, for Jesus’ sake. Amen Rest in Peace.
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