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Anna Katherine Eyer (née Pedigo), 101, of Sellersburg, Ind., widow of Pastor Raymond Eyer, died Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, at the Lincolnshire Healthcare Center in Merrillville. The daughter of the late Clarence and Pricilla Pedigo, she was born and raised in East Burnstadt and served alongside her husband for over 38 years at the Midway Assembly of God Church. She was responsible for forming the first women's ministries for the Assembly of God in the state of Kentucky. Survivors include a son, Donald (Connie) Eyer; seven grandchildren, Joseph (Sarah) Eyer, Matthew (Amber) Eyer, Gina (Anthony) Latta, Paul (Tina) Eyer, DaLonna (Chris) Bush, Anthony (Erica) Eyer, and Jerry (Rachael) Eyer; 21 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild; two brothers, Jack (Vera) Pedigo and Kenneth (Cheryl) Pedigo and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. A son and daughter in-law, Paul (LaDonna) Eyer; five sisters; four brothers and two step-sisters are deceased. Services were conducted Saturday, Sept. 9, at Sojourn City Church, Midway, by Dr. J.P. Vick. Burial was in the Midway Cemetery.

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