Kelly is a 1986 graduate of Manchester High School and holds an Indiana Life Insurance License. Providing funeral service to the North Manchester area since 1992. Kelly is the daughter of Ira and Nancy Lewis of rural Silver Lake. She has two children, Abby and her husband Troy Martin and Mattie, and one granddaughter, Malery. Kelly is a past board member of Junior Achievement, a member of North Manchester Chamber of Commerce Board, a member of Manchester Symphony Orchestra, serves on Board of Directors of Timbercrest Senior Living Community, a member of First Brethren Church, and attends Warsaw Community Church.
David W. Nordmann
Funeral Director, Pre-Arrangement Counselor and Monument Sales
David is a 1975 graduate of Manchester High School and a 1988 graduate of Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville, IN. A funeral director and embalmer, David has provided funeral service in North Manchester for 37 years. His parents are Wayne and Earlene Nordmann of rural Roann. He married Louise J. Blocher in 1982. They have two children, Christopher, and his wife Shayla and their son Mason of North Manchester and Amanda and her husband Brandon Fannin and their children Braylon, Emmalyn, Brycen and Addisyn of rural Rochester, IN. David is a member and Past President of the North Manchester Lions Club. David and Louise are the owners of Nordmann's Nook, a fresh bakery and Amish made fine wood furniture store in North Manchester.
Joe Egner graduated from Manchester High School in 2005 and Manchester University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management. Joe is married to Bri Walgamuth of Akron, Indiana. He has always lived in the North Manchester area and has been connected to the community in various ways. Joe is scheduled to graduate from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in June 2017 with the highest degree they offer. Joe is the son of Ed Egner and Kelli (Moore) and Daryl Shoemaker. He is a member of Saint Robert's Catholic Church. Joe has been employed with McKee Mortuary since April 2014.
Larry G. Lengel
Larry is a 1969 graduate of Wabash High School. A veteran of two years in the Army and four years in the National Guard, he has lived in North Manchester for 18 years. His parents are Leon Jr. and Betty Lengel of Wabash. He married Debbie Packins in 2000, has two daughters Heather Lengel and Megan Petrie (husband Mike), and a step-daughter Amy Tezekjian. He has four grandchildren, Wyatt Brown, Grant, Bailey and Madison Petrie. He is a member of the United Methodist Church and has been a volunteer fire fighter for 34 years.
Chris is a 1980 graduate of Manchester High School. He is the son of Mike Walters and JoAnne Pingleton. He is married to Janelle and they have three children, Megan, Jeremy and Ethan and one granddaughter, Madelyn. He is a member of First Brethren Church, North Manchester, IN. He is a truck driver for Advanced Disposal for 9 years
Caleb Bandow is a 2017 graduate of Tippecanoe Valley High School. Caleb plans on attending IPFW in 2018 where he plans on getting a Business and Marketing degree. He played basketball at Tippecanoe Valley High School for 3 years.
Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana Cody has spent his life in North
Manchester. He is the son of Scott and Kim (Southern) Egner and has a younger
sister Lindsay Egner, who is attending Huntington University. Cody is the
grandson of the late Donald Egner, Carolyn Wolf (Kent) Harting, and the late
After graduation from Manchester High School in 2015, Cody
enlisted as a reservist in the United States Air Force. He is currently work
for the Water Department here in North Manchester and was recently accepted as
a reserve police officer for the town of North Manchester.Cody is also a member of St. Roberts Catholic
Church, North Manchester and the Knights of Columbus.
Michael Callahan Michael graduated
from MHS in 1971. He and his wife, Pam, have lived in Chester Township since
2005. Most of his life, Michael has made his living in the metals recycling
industry, working as a self-employed broker the past 25 years. He also
substitutes as a bus driver for Manchester Community Schools. Pam, a native of
Huntington, has worked at Peabody Retirement Community since 2007, currently in
Human Resources. Married in 1991, their blended family consists of five children
and eight grandchildren. They are active members of Congregational Christian Church,
where Michael also serves a deacon.