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Ernest David Spear

June 24, 1943 ~ March 17, 2020 (age 76)

Obituary

Ernest David Spear, 76, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on March 17, 2020 in Greenwood, Indiana.

Ernest was born on June 24, 1943 in Tompkinsville, Kentucky to the late Estes Spear and Wilma (England) Spear.

Ernest married the love of his life Audrey Cassetty on July 10, 1959.

Ernest was a member of the Southeastern Church of Christ in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Ernest loved God, his family, his friends, and life. He had an amazing spirit about him, he never met a stranger and embraced a genuine kindness to everyone he met. He will always be remembered for being a true fisherman, his passion in life and hobby was going fishing. He was also a fan of Nascar and in his younger years was a race car driver. He enjoyed many other things including horseback riding and gardening.

Ernest was preceded in death by his parents.

Ernest is survived by his children, David Spear of Indianapolis, Carla (Dale) Linville of Indianapolis, Ronald (Karen) Spear, of Indianapolis, Karen Samples of Westville, Robert (Rie) Spear of Goldsboro, North Carolina; a sister, Dorothy Karol of Indianapolis; 9 grand children; 13 great grandchildren; and 10 great-great grandchildren.

Visitation and Funeral are only by invitation.

Arrangements are entrusted to Jessen Funeral Home - Whiteland Chapel




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