Mar 3, 2013
The Star Press
Mount Summit man sentenced for interference
A Mount Summit man who broke a woman's cell phone during a domestic dispute received a one-year suspended sentence.
Don H. Brammer
<![CDATA[New Castle, Ind. - Don H. Brammer, New Castle resident, former Richmond and Greensfork resident, went to be with the Lord, February 21st. Don was born January 28, 1924 in Mt. Summit, IN. He graduated from Mt. Summit High School and went on to graduate from Cincinnati Bible Seminary. He was a WWII veteran and was wounded in action in 1944. Don worked as a tool maker in several tool shops in the Richmond area as well as owned his own shop at his residence near Greensfork. Don was a minister for forty years at several churches in the eastern Indiana and western Ohio area. Don was married to his wife Louise for fifty-one years. Other survivors are one son, Bart Brammar of TN., and one step-daughter, Phyllis Cummings (husband Donald) of New Castle, IN., and one Brother Joe Brammer of Muncie, IN. He is also survived by several grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Memorial services will be held at the Jacksonburg Christian Church, in Jacksonburg, IN., at 2:00 pm. March 2nd. Reverend Phill Bacon will be conducting the memorial. Marcum Community Funeral Home is handling local arrangements.