Kenneth (Kenny "Hillbilly") Stidham
Residence: Monticello, (Buffalo area) Indiana
Died: Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Location: 10:36 a.m. at the White County Memorial Hospital in Monticello, Indiana.
Age: 86
Date of Birth: Tuesday, August 14, 1923
Birth place:
Branch: Air Force
Service: World War II
Father: Wade Stidham  
Mother: Bertha Brummett - Stidham  
Marital Status: Married
Resided in: White County area since 1960, coming from Wise County, Virginia
Funeral Date: Sunday, March 14, 2010
Funeral Location: 3:30 p.m. at Hughes Cemetery, located in rural White County, Indiana. ( 600 N. West of State Road 39 )
Clergy: Rev. Jeff Messer, of the Zion Bethel Church of Monticello, Indiana
Burial will take place: In the Hughes Cemetery of rural White County, Indiana.
Visitation will be: Private Family Visitation is scheduled. Graveside Services will be conducted at the Hughes Cemetery on March 14, 2010 at 3:30 p.m.
Biographical Information: Kenny had moved to the White County area in the 1960's coming from the Wise, Virginia area. He was a WWII United States Air Force Veteran. Hillbilly had worked in the Coal Mines of Virginia for 19 years. He had also worked at the former RCA Plant in Monticello, Indiana for eighteen (18) years. Hillbilly enjoyed refinishing furniture, fishing, and gardening.
Special Services:
Memorial Information:
Marriage Information: On June 19, 1973 in Monticello, Indiana he married Lulabelle Evans. She survives.
Survivors include:
Lulabelle Stidham of Buffalo, Indiana;

Kenneth (wife Sondra) Stidham of Wise, Virginia;

Darrell (wife Maxie) Stidham of Kingsport, Tennessee;

Jeff (wife Cheryl) Evans of Auburn, Indiana,
Diane (husband Richard) Heffelmire of sharpsville, Indiana,
Debra (husband Roger) Yerk of Kewanna, Indiana,
Craig (companion Denise) Evans of Monticello, Indiana;

Favorite Cuz,
Louise Gilliam of Noblesville, Indiana;

Chris, Misty, Michelle, Dan, Carrie, Brent, Cory, Amy, Hunter, Anna;

10 Great-Grandchildren;

Preceded in Death:
Wade & Bertha Stidham;

Kim & Cliff
Arrangements by:
Miller-Roscka Funeral Home