Viola Lyle Kenner-Anderson

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Viola Lyle Kenner-Anderson

Viola Lyle Kenner-Anderson, 84, of Kokomo, Indiana, transitioned from labor to reward Oct. 4, 2018. She was born in Coffeyville, Kansas, and moved to Kokomo, where she attended Kokomo High School.
She was a member of Refreshing Springs COGIC, where she was the senior mother. Mother Anderson retired from Delco Division of General Motors. She was a longtime member of Grace Memorial COGIC, where she was a prayer warrior and Bible Band leader. In addition, she had a tract ministry for many years. She always had a concern for the less fortunate, providing clothes and food and a voice of witness. During the Testimony Service at church, she loved leading this service and singing the old gospel songs.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Channie Lyle; siblings, Odessa Richardson, Odelia Corbin, Leroy Lyle and Walter Lyle; daughters, Stephanie Young and Debra Kenner.
Mother Anderson leaves to cherish her memory and celebrate her wonderful life, children, Pastor Mark Allen Kenner (Roxanne), of Lima, Ohio, Abraham Kenner Jr. (Camille), of Indianapolis, and Enga Joyce Rowan (Pastor Sylvester Rowan), of Rockwood, Michigan, and stepdaughter, Joyce Anderson; siblings, Mary Brown, Ernie Lyle and Maxine Swagart (Alexander); 26 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren; and loving extended family and friends.
The visitation is 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, with the homegoing service commencing at 11 a.m. at Refreshing Springs COGIC, 3112 Easy St., Kokomo, IN 46902. Pastor A. Wendell Brown Jr. will officiate. The interment will immediately follow at Crown Point Cemetery.
Services were entrusted to Bluitt & Son Funeral Home, www.BluittandSon.com.
Published on October 10, 2018
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