Maggie L. Napier

December 20, 1926 - March 31, 2021
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Maggie L. Napier, age 94 of Cridersville and formerly of Indiana, passed at 2:53 a.m., Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at her daughter’s residence. She was born December 20, 1926 in Langnau, Laurel County, Kentucky to the late William and Minerva Johnson Wyatt.

Mrs. Napier retired after 30 years of service from RCA. She enjoyed bowling and being outside working on her yard, which she was very proud of. Most of all, she treasured her family which included her dogs, Ellie Mae and Tinker Bell.

She is survived by a son – Bill (Becky) Huskey; a daughter – Shelley (Lee) Schweitzer; 6 grandchildren – Shane, Angel, Joseph, Michelle, Angela, and Matthew; several great grandchildren; siblings – Dallas (Paul) England, Dorothy Collier, and Cecil Wyatt.

She was preceded in death by a daughter – Rosalie Amlin, who passed September 30, 2017; 6 siblings – Raymond Wyatt, Earl Wyatt, Herbert Wyatt, Willie Wyatt, Della Coreyll, and Nancy Brown; and her former husband – Shelby L. Napier.

Services will begin at 11:00 a.m., Monday, April 5, 2021 at Washington Park Cemetery East, 10612 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229.

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Date: Monday, April 5, 2021

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Date: Monday, April 5, 2021

Time: 11:00 am

Washington Park Cemetery East


10612 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, Indians 46229

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Born: December 20, 1926
Died: March 31, 2021

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Patricia Andrews posted on 4/3/21

The UAW Local 1219 Chaplaincy Committee sending our condolences and blessings of prayers for you and your family during this time of bereavement...


Sandy M. posted on 4/3/21

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Matt A posted on 4/3/21

Grandma, It seems like such a short time ago you were still in Indianapolis doing great. I loved coming down in my younger days and spending my time with her bowling, and always getting Hardee's for a quick bite to eat. I'm so sad we all have to say goodbye. She was an amazing person and always wanted to help! My grandma will be thought about and loved forever ❤️


Vicki KOHNSON posted on 4/2/21

I'm so very sorry Shelley. Ease find comfort and peace. Love 💘 you!!


Kimberly Akers posted on 4/1/21

Sorry to hear about your mom. My condolences to you and your family.


Samantha Rismiller posted on 4/1/21

Prayers for the family. May God comfort you in this time of pain and loss.


Phylliis Roy posted on 4/1/21

To Shelly and family I'm so sorry for your lose.i know how you feel the loss is great but you stay strong and time will help but you will always have her in your ❤️ and all the good years and all the beautiful memories together . you're in my thoughts. She is with God now and that will ease the pain I know .She would want you to go on and be Happy ok your friend I hope


Jack and Dalenda Yarnell posted on 4/1/21

Shelley we are sorry for your loss. If there's anything we can do for you please let us know. Prayers, love and hugs sent your way.


Amber (Allen) Sifuentes posted on 4/1/21

Dear Aunt Maggie, I enjoyed the time I had with you when I came over to keep you Company and take you to the doctors. You had the best stories from your past and growing up. You adored Ahmiliana just like she adored you! I’ll be playing coal minor daughter today just like you always requested that I played in the car! I will stay busy just like you so I can try to live a long life like you! I asked Maggie how in the world do you keep going in your 90’s she said I stayed working my whole life! She would dance around and could clean her house like she was just 20! She loved her long Johns fish and her Hardee’s biscuits and gravy! She loved that dog Tinker of hers like nothing else! I enjoyed you Maggie as you reminded me so much of my Grandma Della Rae! I know it’s hard to loose someone so close and I pray for comfort for you Shelley and Shane but know she’s with her Mommy, Daddy and siblings she missed so much!


Darryl & Sherrie Hurd posted on 4/1/21

Sending lots of hugs and prayers to you 🙏🙏