Phyllis

December 9, 1941 ~ July 31, 2020

Born in: Owensville, IN
Resided in: Owensville, IN

Phyllis G. Mayberry, 78, of Owensville, IN went to be with the Lord July 31, 2020. She was born in Gibson County December 9, 1941 to the late Ivan G. Wilson and Linda L. (Smith) Wilson. Phyllis attended and graduated from Patoka High School. She relocated with her late husband to Ohio for 50 years. Phyllis was incredibly involved with local government and politics. She served as Mayor for 8 years after her late husbands 8 year term in Clinton Ohio. Phyllis also drove a school bus in Ohio for 10 years. She returned to Owensville and served as Owensville City Counsel President. Phyllis loved to stay busy and work in her yard. She had the most beautiful flowers that resembled a nursery.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Tom Mayberry; and son Jerry Allen Warren.

Phyllis is survived by her sisters Betty (Linus) Lindy, Ruth (Stan) White, Judy (Ron) Morrison, and Ellen “Reece” Sims; pets Frankie and Bella.

Holder’s Funeral Home is honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Mayberry. Share your messages of condolence with the family of Phyllis and sign her virtual guest book by going to www.Holdersfuneralhome.com

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  1. Phyllis, I am missing you so very much. I miss your daily texts and phone calls. You were a great friend and I enjoyed working with you for a short time on the town board. You had great ideas for this town. But I know you are having a good time in heaven with your loved ones. You went too soon. Love, Vanessa

  2. Phyllis Gene! I’m going to miss you so much! What a neighbor and person. This world lost so much when you left us.

  3. Our heart goes out to Judy, Betty & Ruth in the loss of their sisters Phyllis & Reese.

    We are in prayer for the family.

    Pamela & Thomas Morrison

  4. I was privileged to work with Phylis and Tom when I was solicitor for the village of Clinton. Phylis was a person that cared deeply about all the people that she served. I was very glad to be able to call her my friend. She will be missed. My sincere condolences to her sisters.

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