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Obituary for Joseph F. Ebeyer III

February 4, 1931 - May 20, 2018
Greenwood, Indiana | Age 87







Joseph F. Ebeyer, III, 87, passed away Sunday evening, May 20, 2018. He was a long time resident of Greenwood.

He was born February 4, 1931 in Chicago, IL to Joseph Francis Ebeyer, Jr. and Marie (Surprenant) Ebeyer.  He married Joy Ebeyer on June 2, 1951 in Chicago, IL. She preceded him in death on July 13, 2009.  Survivors include five sons, Jerry Ebeyer of Greenwood, Ted (Pam) Ebeyer of Greenwood, Joey (Grace) Ebeyer of California, David (Jennifer) Ebeyer of Greenwood, and Tony Ebeyer of Greenwood; two daughters, Dee Dee Ebeyer of Greenwood and Annemarie Ebeyer of Greenwood; two brothers, Paul (Carol) Ebeyer of Scottsdale, AZ and Michael (Jackie) Flood of Cave Creek, AZ; 21 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.  

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, and a sister, Marie Ebeyer.

Joseph was a self employed realtor, and founder of Ebeyer Realty in Greenwood.

He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Greenwood.

Joseph was a U.S. Navy Veteran during the Korean Conflict.

A Mass will take place at 11AM, Thursday, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 245 West Broadway Street, Greenwood.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Right to Life of Indianapolis, 1060 E. 86th Street, Suite 61B, Indianapolis, IN 46240.

You are invited to read Joseph's obituary at www.wilsonstpierre.com , where you may sign the online register book or leave a condolence for the family.  Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilson St.Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel.

 



Our Lady Appears At Fatima


Specators of the Miracle of the Sun

On May 13, 1917, the children did not know the confused condition of the world. They had not heard the voice of Pope Benedict XV, who had addressed himself to the Mother of Mankind, asking the Blessed Virgin Mary to look upon the world in tears, to sympathize with the wailing of innocent children, the anguished cries of mothers and wives. This was the day on which the Queen of Heaven had decided to answer the Holy Father’s plea.

Around noon, the children were startled by a sudden flash of lightning. Looking up, they saw no sign of a storm. The sky had never been so beautiful, nor the valley more peaceful. Again came the flash.

Fearing now that a sudden storm would overtake them, they ran in the direction of the little cave. As they turned, they were startled to see a beautiful lady standing in one of the little oak trees nearby. “Do not be afraid. I will do you no harm,” said the beautiful lady. Unafraid, Lucy questioned:

Where is Your Grace from?
I am of Heaven.Shall I go to Heaven?
Yes, you will.”

Then, thinking of her companions:

And Jacinta?
Also!And Francisco?
Also, but he will have to say many rosaries."

Indeed, Francisco became an inspiration to the others. One day the girls were so busy playing that they did not think of Francisco until lunch time. “Francisco,” they called, “Are you ready to eat lunch with us?” “No, I don’t want any lunch.” Later they asked what he was doing, “I was thinking of Our Lord, Who is sad because of so many sins. How I wish I could make Him happy!” Another time they called him to play, and he simply held up his rosary. “Oh, say that later.” “Now, and later too,” answered the boy. “Don’t you remember that Our Lady said I would have to say many rosaries?”

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