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April 16, 2013

Atkins

April 14, 2013

William S. Atkins of Indianapolis died Sunday at IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. He was 65.

Born Nov. 14, 1947, in San Pedro, Calif., he was a son of Joseph and Ann (Adams) Atkins.

Mr. Atkins was a U.S. Air Force veteran. He was a professional carpenter and painter, most recently working at the Community Church of Greenwood.

Survivors include daughters Jennifer (Steve) Huffman of Indianapolis, Melissa H. (Robert) Baldwin of Fishers, Monica (Kris) McHenry of Avon, Christy Atkins of Texas, and Amy Atkins of Brownsburg; a son, William L. (Deanna) Atkins of Indianapolis; brothers David (Donna) Atkins of Brownsburg, John (Janet) Atkins of Brownsburg, and Mark Atkins of California; a sister, Lola O'Conner; grandchildren Nicki, Lizzie, Lucas, Joanna, Bradley, Cassandra, Sammy, Gracie, Miriam, Elyona, Kipper, and Lexi; and great-grandchildren Clover, Juniper, and Clementine.

Services are 11 a.m. Saturday at the Community Church of Greenwood, 1477 S. Main St., Greenwood, with the Rev. Bill Turner officiating.

Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel, is handling arrangements.

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