Mary Rosalie (Nobles) Spindler, 72, of Mount Vernon, Indiana left this world for her home in Heaven on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.
She is survived by her best friend and devoted husband, Kenneth Spindler. Married March 7, 1970 the happy couple, still very much in love, had just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Mary was born March 14, 1948 in Point Township, the 10th of 12 children born to Pete and Ethel (Bauer) Nobles.
Mary graduated in 1966 from Owensville High School in Owensville, Indiana. She became Mrs. Kenny Spindler in 1970 and lived in Florida and Georgia until Kenny retired from the service in 1971. It was then they bought a house in Mt. Vernon where they’ve lived ever since.
Mary started out as a beautician and later worked at Wildcat Video and McDonald’s. She spent 15 years active in Scouts and was one of the first women ever accepted into the prestigious Order of the Arrow. Her proudest accomplishments, however, were being a Mom and Granny.
Also surviving are a son, Jason (Angela) Spindler and grandsons Asa and Abel Spindler sister, Anna Boyles, a brother, Morris (Ruth) Nobles, and a sister-in-law, Martha ‘Dean’ Nobles, all of Mount Vernon, a sister-in-law Martha Nobles of Evansville, Indiana, sisters, Wilma White and Theresia Nobles-Elders, both of Port Richey, Florida, a sister Wanda (Randy) Huck of Houston, Texas, a brother-in-law, Irvin (Gloria) Spindler of Princeton, a sister-in-law, Anna Spindler of Haubstadt and many, many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Family proceeding her in death include her brothers Kenny Nobles, Walter Raymond Nobles and Wilfred ‘Bud’ Nobles, sisters Gloria Faye Winerberger and Norma Lindy brothers-in-law Gilbert Spindler, George Boyles, Earl Spindler, Will Elder and George White, a great niece Jerri Lynn Nobles, nephews, Jerry Nobles, Glen Nobles Jr., Jamey Lindy, nieces, Anita Goff and Vickie Brown.
She cherished spending time with her “precious grandbabies” and loved rooting for them and their MV teammates in whatever sports they were ever involved in.
Camping and getting out on the boat to fish or read or just spend time with the love of her life were some of her very most favorite things to do.
She also enjoyed family get togethers, traveling, painting, crafting, singing and watching TV such as ‘The Young and the Restless’, ‘Gunsmoke’, ‘Survivor’, ‘WWE Raw’ and ‘Smackdown’.
A member of St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Mt. Vernon, Mary always said a prayer and blessed the food at each and every family gathering.
A wholehearted believer in Eternal Life after death, her Faith never wavered.
Stendeback Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers please give generously to St. Jude’s Children Hospital
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic viewing will be private.
A short graveside service will take place Saturday, July 11 at 12:30 in Bellefontaine Cemetery. Recently retired priest, Father James “Jim” Sauer will officiate.
All are welcome at the graveside service. The family asks that everyone please wear masks and remain respectful of social distance