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She was on the ventilator 41 days, off the vent for 10 days, but then back on the breathing machine before she died, her daughter, Lori Anthony, said.
She just missed — by less than two weeks — celebrating her 72nd birthday.
A native of Decatur, Jones spent her last days at Lutheran Hospital. She was surrounded by her family at Lutheran Hospital when she passed.
“The more awareness that this virus kills, the better,” Anthony said through email.
Jones babysat her great grandchildren. She loved family was the first to arrive at every gathering, her obituary said.
And she could be direct.
“Joyce was never afraid to tell it how it was, and people admired her for that,” the obituary said.
Contributed by the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette
Provided Joseph and Kye-Shin Kotarski
Names: Joseph and Kye-Shin Kotarski
Ages: 77 and 81
Died: May 6
If you went somewhere with Joseph and Kye-Shin Kotarski, you were likely to come across someone they knew.
Joe knew hundreds of people from bowling and his job, daughter Paula Jones said, and Kye-Shin, known as Shina, was an active member of Indianapolis’ Korean community, where she helped with anything and everything.
The couple was married 55 years before dying four days apart of the novel coronavirus.
Joe was 77 when he died on May 2, Shina 81 on May 6.
Kye-Shin Kang was from Jinju, South Korea, where she was a teacher. To teach, she had to cross a border guarded by the U.S. Army, including a young military policeman named Joseph Kotarski.
“So that’s how they met,” said Jones, who is 48 and lives in Fishers. They married in Korea while Joe was still in the service and married again back in the U.S., where Shina immigrated to be with Joe in 1964.
But Korea never truly left her.