One of my best friends, Becky will be terribly missed. My cousin for my entire life, Becky was my grown-up friend for the last 15 years. She put a different layer on my childhood memories. She baked me cookies when I was sick and in bed at age 6. She listened quietly when I needed comfort. And her joy in her kids and grandkids put joy into my life as well. I will miss her terribly. Tug-tug, Becky. I love you.
In death, as in life, may you find joy in being with family. You were special and I will never forget how your mom smiled when she spoke of you. Be well with your Savior sweet cousin.
~Janet Stork Mailer~
Daughter of Mildred Callis Stork
When Becky and family moved to Memphis Ind. She and I became like sisters. We stayed all night at each other’s home. At church we worked on projects together.She was maid of honor at my wedding. Difficult to believe she is gone. Paul I am so sorry
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Rebecca A. Black, 74, passed away on November 10, 2020. She was born on October 10, 1946 to Charles and Clara May Robbins in Warrick County, Indiana.
Becky was a very loving and kind woman. Her special skill was making everything special for everyone else. Becky was a Castle High graduate. For most of her life, Becky was a homemaker. Home was her everything and she loved taking care of her family. Becky was an amazing seamstress and quilter. She also enjoyed cooking.
Becky is survived by her husband of 55 years Paul Black; her daughters Cheryl Dawn (Tom) Zimmerman and Kathy (Travis) Jackson; her grandchildren Cassie Jackson, Katie (Josh) Penrod, James Stiles, Amy (Adam) Norrick, and John Michael Stiles; her great-grandchildren Alex Penrod, Logan Penrod, and Natalia Norrick; her brother Richard (Carol) Robbins; and many loving nieces and nephews.
Becky was preceded in death by parents and her son Paul David Black.
As per her wishes, there will be no services at this time.
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