Barbara A. Stutsman
20 May 1947
04 October 2017
Barbara A. Stutsman, 70, a 42-year resident of Bartholomew County, passed into Life Eternal Wednesday, 04 October 2017, at Silver Oaks Health Campus after a several-month battle with the complications of Ischemic Stroke.
Mrs. Stutsman was born 20 May 1947 to Earl L. and Edith M. (Zollman) Miller in Scottsburg, Indiana. A 1965 Graduate of Scottsburg High School, the then Miss Miller went on to complete her Undergraduate work in May 1969 at Ball State University, where she was a member of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. – After beginning her teaching career and marrying her husband, both in the Fall of ’69, Mrs. Stutsman continued her education and completed her Graduate work from Indiana University Bloomington in December 1971. Mrs. Stutsman was a three-plus-decade Teacher of various Business subjects at Scottsburg High School.
Barbara’s interests and associations were many and varied. – Among her interests were animals/Animal Rights, travel, Architecture (especially that of Frank Lloyd Wright), Indiana University Basketball, NASCAR and the collecting of Barbie Dolls and Longaberger baskets. – Her affiliations included the American Baptist Churches USA, the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association, the Red Hats Society and the Metropolitan Owners’ Club of Indiana (a.k.a. Hoosier Mets).
Mrs. Stutsman was preceded in Death by her parents, her Brother-in-Law, Douglas L. Stutsman, and her husband, Gerald E. Stutsman. – Surviving Mrs. Stutsman are her Sister-in-Law, M. Evelyn Stutsman, of Lawrence County, her natural-born son, S. E. Stutsman, of Scott County, and her de facto adopted sons, Brent E. Eads, of Johnson County, and Anthony R Balzer, of Scottsburg. Memorial Contributions honoring Mrs. Stutsman’s Life and Legacy may be given to either the Bartholomew County Humane Society via the Myers-Reed Chapel in Columbus, or the Scottsburg Educational Loan Fund via Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg.
From: Zach & Jayne Winters
Scott, I love and prayers are with you. So sorry I could not make it. Your Mom was so sweat and nice always to me. many fond memories.
From: Anthony Balzer
Forever grateful for everything you brought to my life. goodbye...
From: Dyan Phillips
Scott, I am thinking of you during this terrible time. Prayers and love. Dyan
From: Janice Greco
Barbara was a wonderful person. I know that she will be missed but her memory cherished. Janice (Whitsitt) Greco