January 16, 1928 ~ June 12, 2022

Born in: Danville, Illinois
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Iva Alberta (Cundiff) Bonebrake, born January 16, 1928, in Danville, Illinois to Celesta (Atwood) and Bert Cundiff.

Iva is survived by her children; Darlene Bonebrake Hall, Sonna (Danny) Kemper, Clark (Christine) Bonebrake; 6 grandchildren; Crystal Hall, Michelle Rost, Patricia Peo, Joseph Bonebrake, Jeffrey Kemper, Duane Kemper; 12 great grandchildren; 1 great great granddaughter; brother Clyde Cundiff and sister Ruby Whittenburg, many nieces and nephews and brother-in-law Gerald Bonebrake.

Iva was predeceased by her husband Melvin E. Bonebrake; son-in-law Ervin Hall; brothers James Cundiff and Harold Cundiff; sisters Sylvia Tingly and Goldie Hawn.

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Visitation: June 20, 2022 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


Funeral Service: June 20, 2022 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. I’d like to tell others about Mother.
    Until Mother’s later years you didn’t find her resting. She was always doing something ~ working harder than anyone else. Even at 94 Mother wanted to fold clothes for me while staying at our house and offered to help do whatever she could.
    As we were growing up Mother would fix green fried tomatoes making sure we had plenty and to have them while they were hot. She on the other hand was the last one to get a sandwich and to sit down. This was just how Mother was ~ she catered to us and put us first.
    She found the best in everyone and wanted to do what was right. Mother loved her family, even if at 94 she couldn’t remember all of the names. She was always happy for their endeavors and achievements, hoping the best for them. She loved being with her family and the conversations each person gave her. She loved the phone calls she got and would thank you for calling “her”.
    What a terrific and loving Mother I [we] had! Sonna

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