Katherine "Kitty" Hiland

Born: Fri., Mar. 1, 1935
Died: Sun., Mar. 18, 2018

Graveside Service

Wed., Mar. 21, 2018
Location: Rosedale Cemetery

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Katherine “Kitty” Louise Hiland, 83, of Clinton, formerly of Rockville, died Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 1:22 pm at Vermillion Convalescent Center in Clinton.
She was born March 1, 1935, in Shannondale,  Indiana to Roy White and Delores Riggins White.  
She had been a self-employed business owner.  
She was preceded in death by her husband, George M.Hiland.
She is survived by 3 sons, Ben S. Hiland and his wife, Jennie, George K. Hiland and his wife, Leigh Ann, Rourke L. Hiland; 4 grandchildren, Heather and Troy Scott, Bradley and Robin Hiland, Chase Hiland, and Kelsey and Dan Gmelich; 2 great-grandchildren, Hayden and Ella.
Graveside services will be held at 11 am Wednesday at Rosedale Cemetery with Rev. Brad Bumgardner officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice Group of Indianapolis.
Frist Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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Debora Kuykendall
   Posted Tue March 20, 2018
We are sorry for your loss. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. With heartfelt sympathy, Debbie & Barbara Kuykendall

Karen Stalker Stutler
   Posted Wed March 21, 2018
Attended Kitty Hiland’s graveside service this morning at Rosedale, and as Brad Bumgardner stated in his eulogy, Kitty was an “entrepreneur way ahead of her time”!
I remember George, Kitty, & kids when they moved to the Jessup area & bought my Great Uncle Billie & Aunt Minnie Holbert’s Farm N of Jessup (where Shoes Ridge Bar is now).
As a young HS/College girl I always admired Kitty’s creativity & her ability to take a chance: she was featured in Family Circle in the 70’s; sold goodies out of her farmhouse; owned 4 or 5 restaurants in Rosedale, Bridgeton, & Rockville’s Country GrapeVine Store plus Herb Garden Cafe (her walnut chocolate pie & other goodies were to “die for” & was voted “Best Pies” in Wabash Valley numerous times by the TH Tribune Star)!
Kitty was a beautiful woman; always dressed to perfection (plus hair & makeup); most creative person ever; nothing was a challenge “it will work”; a real risk taker; and I admired her as a neighbor & a “later in life” friend.
Keep baking up there Kitty!

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