Mary Louise Aydelotte.  Louise’s earthly journey ended on August 13, 2015 when she went to Heaven to be reunited with loved ones and began her own heavenly journey.

Louise was born October 5th, 1940, the daughter of Luther Borden and Della (Leonard) Borden, both having preceded her in death. 

Louise is survived by her husband of 53 years, Richard Aydelotte; three daughters, Lisa Heldt (Ron Heldt), Amy Aydelotte, and Kristi Aydelotte all of Evansville. Two sisters, Margaret (Borden) Fox and Judy (Borden) Summers (David Summers) of Henderson, KY. Four granddaughters, Brittney (Heldt) Stocker (Mike Stocker) of Princeton, IN, Jamie (Heldt) Ice of Newburgh, IN, Madeline & Meredith Aydelotte of Evansville, IN, and six great grandchildren, Kaden, Trevor, Logan, Cheyenne, Jonah, and Violet, Six nieces and nephews; Lorie (Grissom) Williams of Estero, FL, Christopher Riley of Rocky Mount, NC, Don Haraway of Saint Augustine, FL, Matthew Haraway, of Sarasota, FL, Kassie (Summers) Hazelwood and Katie (Summers) Vaughn, of Henderson, KY.

.Louise was a graduate of Reitz High School the class of 1958.Devoted wife, loving mother, and loyal sister who shared a life filled with music, laughter, fun and adventure with her family and friends.
Louise and Richard spent many happy years camping, traveling and antiquing. 
Louise was the brainchild who envisioned and brought to life the ladies social club of Oakland City, the “Chit Chat Club.” Louise was also a member of the local business community, a forward-thinking entrepreneur, owning and managing “The Four Seasons Resale Shoppe” in Oakland City. Louise made many friends and acquaintances during her life in Oakland City, attending the Oakland City Church of the Nazarene, and being employed in the local office of the Hoosier Gas Corporation for 18 years.

Louise will be greatly missed but will live in our hearts and memories forever!
Mom had the wonderful grace of making everyone feel welcomed and loved. Her impromptu spirit and colorful personality kept those around her always wanting more.

Her life was devoted to her family and we find peace knowing she is pain free and spreading that infectious laughter and warm smile of hers in heaven.

We pray she may continue to be the wind beneath our wings until we are reunited once again under the Grace of God.

Services will be Wednesday August 19, 2015 11:00 AM at Lamb-Basham Memorial Chapel in Oakland City with burial in Locust Hill Cemetery in Evansville, IN. Rev. Darin D. Nossett will be officiating.

Visitation will be from 4:00-8:00 P.M. Tuesday and from 8:00 A.M. on Wednesday until services.

Mary Louise Aydelotte