The Kentuckiana Stroke Association is making a commitment to fulfill our promise to remember those who so bravely fought to come back after suffering from a stroke. Through vibrant color, Winged Memorials represent the diverse members of our community whose lives have been forever changed by a stroke. Each year at the Strides for Stroke Walk the web based memorial comes to life. Walkers, Rollers, Strollers and Runners alike get a first hand look at what they are raising support for while making strides in stroke awareness with every foot of ground they cover.
Miller, Charlotte Jane (Hutton),
79, of Fairdale gracefully whispered her final eternal earthly breath on February 9, 2018 while embracing her family. Charlotte was born in Louisville, Ky on July 16, 1938 and was the only child of her parents Sim W. Hutton & Carrie Elizabeth (Sheehan) Hutton.
Charlotte & only true love, Donald Lee Miller were married in 1957 and were together for over 60 years when death caused them to part in this world. Charlotte was ahead of her time in being a mother to her two sons, Donald L. Miller II & Daniel Dale Miller, and a wife to the love of her life. She provided for her family by driving a school; bus for over 4 decades for the Jefferson County Schools. Her determination to do her job keep her on track through the turmoil of the beginning of desegregation related busing in 1976 even when threatened by adults and having crosses burned in her yard. She knew the kids were her "precious cargo" with no bad feelings in their hearts. Her family joked that her bus driver related experiences along with her deep faith as a member of the Church of Christ guaranteed her the "express elevator" to Heaven.
Rusty Cropenbaker, 49, of Cold Spring, KY, passed away on February 14, 2016 at his residence in Cold Spring. Rusty was a Lottery Service Technician with the IGT Co. of Louisville, and a Realtor & Auctioneer with Cropenbaker Realty & Auctions. He had many friends that he thought the world of, and his friends thought the world of him. Memorials are suggested to the Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association.
SHARON LYNN HUFNALE, 59, of Okolona, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at Baptist East Hospital. She was a former employee with G.E. and a member of the Red Hat Society and the Kentucky Stroke Association. Expressions of sympathy can be made to the Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association.
The Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association is making a commitment to fulfill our promise to remember and honor those who so bravely fought to come back after suffering from a Stroke. Through vibrant color, Winged Memorials represent the diverse members of our community whose lives have been forever changed by a Stroke. Each year at the Strides for Stroke Walk the web based memorial comes to life. Walkers, Rollers, Strollers and Runners alike get a first hand look at what they are raising support for while making strides in stroke awareness with every foot of ground they cover.
How do I get a Winged Memorial?
There are three ways to get a Winged Memorial Memento. You can click the link below to make a donation in Memory of someone who suffered a stroke during their life and has since passed away. You may also choose to pay by credit card by calling our office during regular business hours or by printing the form below and mailing it in with a check.
Platinum represents someone who light a spark in the lives of all those they touched and whose flame was blocked out by a Stroke. This platinum and diamond encrusted memorial is lighting up the screens of those who visit the Kentucky and Southern IN Stroke Association website to learn more about how Strokes impact our community and people just like your loved one just as they did for so many years before. $50.00 and above.
Gold marks the magnificent memory of a loved one whose life was so deeply impacted by a Stroke. $25.00
Silver is to memorialize someone by having their name featured online. $15.00
Have you decided to buy a Winged Memorial Memento on behalf of your loved one? Here is how you can honor their life and the impact that their Stroke had on you.
Buy your Winged Memorial Memento by mail simply by printing this form and...
Buy your Winged Memorial Memento with your credit card over the phone by...
TO HAVE YOUR MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER FEATURED ON OUR WEBSITE CONTACT US AT (502)499-5757 OR BY EMAIL AT KSISTROKEASSOC@AOL.COM
The James Luttrell Memorial Horse Show
The James Luttrell Memorial Horse Show had their 2 Annual Fundraiser to support the Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association spread awareness about Stroke Prevention and need for FAST medical attention.
In honor of James Luttrell and his step father, from Somerset KY, who passed away in 2013 from a Stroke.
tO HAVE YOUR MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER FEATURED ON OUR WEBSITE CONTACT US AT (502)499-5757 OR BY EMAIL AT KSISTROKEASSOC@AOL.COM
The Kentucky and S. Indiana Stroke Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible. Our EIN#61-1335267
We appreciate item donations for our annual Valentine and Tasting Event fundraisers. If you would like to donate an item for our raffle or silent auction please call 502/499-5757 to let us know.
Your monetary donations are greatly appreciated to help fund stroke education and to provide camp scholarships for survivors to attend Adventure Days Stroke Camp each year. If you are donating in honor/memory of someone please email us at KsiStrokeAssoc@aol.com with contact information to notify the family of your gift.
You may mail us your donation check and information to:
Ky and SI Stroke Association. 3425 Stony Spring Circle #102. Louisville, KY 40220
Special Shout Out to Private Fundraisers done by members of the community to assist with spreading Stroke Awareness in our community