Edna McClellan – January 17, 2014

Edna McClellan age 90, of Princeton, passed away on Friday, January 17, 2014 at the Waters of Princeton. She was born September 24, 1923, in Princeton, IN to Eugene & Anna Stewart Knight ,both of whom precede. She worked as the secretary at the former Evangel Temple Church and also as a sales clerk in the catalog department at Sears and Roebuck of Princeton, IN. She was then a librarian at the Princeton Public Library before retiring. She was married to Philogene McClellan on March 1, 1942 in Evansville, IN. Mr McClellan preceded her in death on January 27, 2007.
Edna is survived by sons, George (Susan) McClellan of Bowling Green, KY and Mitch (Vicki) McClellan of Princeton, IN, daughters, Gail McClellan of Boston, MA and Clancy McClellan of Evansville, IN. Other survivors include grandchildren, Michelle (Johnathan) James, Brian (Rachael) McClellan, Mary Williams, Bill King, Keava (Mark) Workman, Ian (Jodi) McClellan and great grandchildren, Breana, Ella, Kathie Beth, Abagail, Caroline, Wyatt, Tyler & Brayson. Survivors also include Granddog, Sophie and Grandcat, Mollie.
Edna is preceded in death by parents, husband Philogene, brothers, Roy and Frederick Knight and sisters, Pearl Phillips and Mabel Morris and grandson Scott McClellan.
Funeral service will be on Monday January 20, 2014 beginning at 2:00 P.M. at Doyle Funeral Home, located at 520 S. Main St., Princeton, IN. Services will begin with prayer and then proceed to Columbia White Church Cemetery, where a graveside service will take place with Pastor Ian McClellan officiating.
The family suggests in lieu of flowers please make memorial contributions to the charity of the donor’s choice.
For further information, contact Doyle Funeral Home at 812-385-4334 or at www.doylefuneralhomeprinceton.com

One thought on “Edna McClellan – January 17, 2014

  1. Donna McKean Dublo

    Dear McClellan Family, You have my deepest sympathy with the passing of
    one of my parents’ good friend. Ginny McKean and Sam McKean were good
    friends of Phil and Edna’s. I remember going to your home and our parents would play cards and we would run around in the yard playing or we would
    play in the house and our parents would yell at us to be quiet. Again you have my sincere sympathy. I have a treasured photo of all of us on a couch.
    I remember this all like yesterday. Blessings to your family.


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