WASHINGTON — Lorrie Biddinger, 48, of Washington, passed away at 2 p.m. Monday at her residence. Born March 30, 1964, in Washington, she was the daughter of Arthur and Rebecca (Kelsey) Biddinger. She was a 1982 graduate of Washington High School. She had previously worked at The End Zone. She attended Antioch Christian Church and was a member of Washington First Baptist Church. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends. She is survived by two sons, Kelsey Boyd and Jakob Batchelor, both of Washington; three grandchildren, Molly Marie Batchelor, Aerial Boyd and Xander Boyd; two sisters, Sherry Gregg Gilmore of Bicknell, and Carmon Onken of Vincennes; and her parents, Arthur and Rebecca Biddinger. A graveside service was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. John’s Cemetery, with Rev. Matt Hoffman officiating. Memorial donations may be given to Helping Hearts Hospice, P.O. Box 760, Washington, IN 47501. Arrangements were made through Ed Lee Mortuary.
March 30, 1964 - Jan. 7, 2013
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