NOTE: the original biography is as written for the Marshall County History Marshall County History (1986) -
Biography on the Baxter family by Arthur R. & Nancy Niblack Baxter. It has been re-proofed to make sure it
is as was written - corrections wiil be below in the generational section of the family. Baxter Family
When doing genealogy - history you take origianal articles biographys, obituaries etc as written and put
corrections into brackets ie  you do not change their context or tense.
Four generations of the family of Arthur R. Baxter
have enjoyed the east shore region of Lake Maxinkuckee since the year 1915. It was in that year that Arthur R.
Baxter and his wife Frances Doyle Baxter brought their son Emory to enter Culver Military Academy and discovered
the beauties and recreational advantages of the area.
In 1917 Arthur Baxter purchased the Hazeldine cottage, 1470 East Shore Road
and soon also acquired the M. E. Clark cottage next door, 1460 East Shore Road
Eventually the property owned by Mr. Degendorf, 1450 East Shore
Road, was secured to house the growing family.
Emory Baxter married Ruth Fromm, having two children: Robert Russell Baxter and Marjorie R. Baxter. Emory and Ruth
now live in Indianapolis and have five grandchildren.
R. Norman Baxter married Jane Fargo; having four children: Arthur R. Baxter, Mary Baxter Lysell; Elsie Baxter Heckel and R. Norman Jr. "Rick".
As family growth continued. Mr. and Mrs. R. Norman Baxter moved to Dayspring Farm on Maxinkuckee Road and their daughter Elsie Heckel
and her husband Tom of St. Louis, now own and occupy the original cottage at 1470 East Shore Drive, with four children: David, Mary,
Debbie and Marjorie.
Delight Baxter married Wayne Bailey and now reside in California. The have two daughters Sally Fifer Bernstein and
Nancy Black and five grandchildren.
Fredrick L. Baxter married Virginia Wagoner, now of Florida, and has one daughter Sue.
R. Norman Baxter's daughter Mary Baxter married Harry Lysell, brother and brother-in-law of Betty and
who lived next door to the old Winslow cottage just opposite of the club house on the Maxinkuckee County Club. They
now live in California and are the parents of Betty Jane Hudson of Indianapolis and Michael, Bill, and Katherine all of California.
R. Norman Baxter's son, Arthur R. Baxter married Nancy Niblack and they own a farm on Queen Road. Their six children are: John Baxter,
Boston, Massachusetts; Marybeth Baxter Burke, Columbus, Ohio; Janet Baxter Hale, Christina Village, Delaware;
James and Arthur Jr., Indianapolis; and Daniel Niblack Baxter, Springfield, Arizona. There are six grandchildren.
Richard Norman Baxter Jr. married Julia Clift. They now own the cottage at 1460 East Shore Drive and have two children: Ben and Sam,
three and four years old.
Lake Maxinkuckee has been the summer resort for the Baxter family for over 65 years. Today the golf course is becoming a rallying point
again, with the fourth generation taking over. An interesting side-light concerns a friendship which developed at Lake Maxinkuckee between
Arthur Raymond Baxter and Dr. Frank Hugh Sparks, co-founder and President of Arvin Industries and an outstanding President of Wabash
College in Crawfordsville.
Dr. Sparks, as a young man living in Culver, would visit the lake area and walk along the east shore's then well worn path that extended
from the old Bigley store
access road south along the lake. Dr. Sparks
remembers saying to himself as he talked with the people living in those "wonderful houses", including Mr. Arthur Raymond Baxter
[sic as written], that some day he too would have a house along those lovely shores and would strive for a good education and success in
business to achieve his dream.
Many years later in the 1950's, the Baxter and Spark [Sparks] name became intwinded [entwined] at Wabash College. Dr. Sparks provided
the impetus for interesting Arthur Raymond Baxter [sic as written], who had quit school at 16 to support his family, but went on to be a very
successful industrialist in Indianapolis and admirer of young Frank Hugh Sparks' work at Arvin, to provide scholarship help to worthy students at
Wabash. Mr. Baxter's great love of education and admiration for the "eager young man on the walk" found expression in building the Arthur R.
Baxter Hall at Wabash College. Thus Lake Maxinkuckee had a significant impact on not only the lives of many families, but also on the educational
opportunity in Indiana. For it was through the work of Dr. Sparks and Mr. Baxter that the Associated Colleges of Indiana got started which
provided a means for immense corporate support of independent colleges around the state. Eventually, Dr. Sparks took this concept to the
national level where today the Council for Independent Colleges serves schools all over the country.
Indeed, Lake Maxinkuckee has seen some very interesting historical events and meetings, and such events will surely continue on into the future.
- Arthur R. and Nancy Niblack Baxter.
History of Marshall County Indiana Sesquicentennial 1836 - 1986 -,
Taylor Publishing Co., 1986, Publication # 357 of 1422, Marshall County Historical Society pg.76
Since the 1986 was written biography - Six generations of the family of Arthur Baxter have now enjoyed the
east shore region of Lake Maxinkuckee since the year 1915 and as each year and decade passes the generations
will continue to increase
||Arthur Reyburn Baxter b. 8 Dec. 1876 Indianapolis,
Marion, Indiana d. 14 Dec 1957 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana burial Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion
County Indiana son of James Emory and Mary Alice (Jordan) Baxter|
His mother was an aunt to Alma B. Jordan Kittle (Mrs. John
Arthur Reyburn Baxter was a prominent figure Indianapolis. He was president of the Keyless Lock Company and worked
there for over forty years.
From the Indianapolis illustrated ...1893)
Keyless Lock Company, successors to the Morris Lock Company and the L. B. Williams Lock Company of Seward, Neb.
In November, 1892, the company was reorganized, and a removal made to this city to the premises now occupied
on the Bee Line railroad. It is a stock company and backed up by $100,000 capital. Mr. Arthur Jordan is
president; Mr. Geo. L. Barney, general manager; Mr.
A. F. Potts, treasurer, and Mr. J. L. Clough, secretary
As an added note - Arthur Jordan was Arthur Reyburn Baxter's uncle.
Arthur Baxter was also known for his financial and civic contributions to the city of Indianapolis including the
building of the Scottish Rite Cathedral and his donation of the 63-bell carillon. He was also on the board of
directors for Riley and Methodist Hospital boards, a member of the Rotary Club, Meridian Hills Country Club,
Colomubia Club, Indianapolis Athletic Club, the Central Ave. Methodist Church and was a 33rd degree Mason.
In 1936, he founded the Baxter Foundation whose charities supported many different organizations around Indiana for
50 years and including the Baxter Foundation gift of the Arthur R. Baxter Hall at Wabash College, which opened
| Baxter Hall was
designed by Eric Gugler, the college’s major architect during the 25 years following World War II. Members of
Baxter’s family attended Wabash and served the college in various capacities.
Arthur Baxter also served as the state senator for Marion County from 1920 to 1925.
He married 18 Feb 1901 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Frances Delight Doyle b. 18 Mar. 1877 Grant County,
Indiana d. 8 Jun. 1964 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana burial Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion
County Indiana dau. of [-?-] and Margaret E Doyle.
Frances Delight Doyle Baxter was also heavily involved in civic organizations.
+ 2 Emory Russell Baxter b. 1 Dec 1901 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.; m. Ruth Katherine Fromm.
+ 3 Richard Norman Baxter b. 30 Jun 1905 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana m. Jane Fargo
+ 4. Frederic Lawerence Baxter b. 26 Apr. 1910 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana m. Virginia Waggoner
+ 5. Marian Delight Baxter b. 1 Aug. 1911 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana m. Orien Welsey Fifer; m 2)
Wayne Carlos Bailey
||2 Emory Russell Baxter b. 1 Dec 1901 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana. d. 12 Feb 1990 Burial: FEB 15,1990
Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana |
He m. 7 Jul 1925 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Ruth Katherine Fromm b. 26 Nov.
1903 Chicago, Cook, Illinois d. 26 Mar. 1995 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Burial: MAR 30,1995 Crown Hill
Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana dau. of George William and Katherine Mae (Clark) Fromm.
Emory Russell Baxter was also a leader in the community. He served in the Army Air Forces World War II and was the
ranking colonel of the ROTC in Indianapolis.
Emory owned both Baxter Rural Electrification and the Baxter Co. a distributer of Hupmobile and Studebaker
automobiles. He was president of the Baxter Foundation for 25 years, a member of the YMCA board of trustees,
life trustee at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, board member of the Boy Scout Council, was past president of
the Advisory Council of the Marion County Juvenile Court and was a 32nd degree Mason. He received an honorary
degree from the University of Indianapolis and was a recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash.
He was a member of the Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis and rhe Maxinkuckee Country Club.
Emory R. Baxter, was re-elected president of Crossroads Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Indianapolis,
at a meeting of the board of directors held June 17, 1968. and a director beginiing in 1963
+6 Marjorie Ruth Baxter b. 12 Aug. 1926 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana m. Albert Alexander Somerville
+7 Robert Russell Baxter m. Nancy Callender
3 Richard Norman Baxter b. 30 Jun 1905 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana died Aug. 20, 1992 burial Aug 24,1992
Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana.
He married Jane Fargo b. Birth: Nov. 23, 1908 Death: May 1, 2006 burial: May 6, 2006 Burial: Crown Hill
Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana dau. of Chancellor Orin and Katherine Ann (Persise) Fargo.
They built and moved to Dayspring Farm on Maxinkuckee Road (18th B Rd. with a seperate house at 16781 and 16787)
and their daughter Elsie Heckel and her husband Tom of St. Louis, owned and occupy the original cottage at
1470 East Shore Drive
for several years around and
after 1986 and is now (2015) owned by Elsie's children.
+8 Arthur Richard Baxter m. Nancy Niblack
+9 Mary Alice Baxter m. Harry Lysell Jr.
+10 Elsie Jane Baxter b. 16 Sep. 1929 m. J. Thomas Heckel
+11 Richard Norman (Rick) Baxter ; m. Julia Ann (Dye)
4. Frederic Lawrence Baxter b. 26 Apr. 1910 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana died 19 May 1988 Marion, Florida.
Burial: St. James Memory Garden in Saint James Episcopal Church Cemetery Leesburg Lake County Florida
He married Webb City, Missouri Virginia Waggoner b. 20 Feb. 1914 Webb Ciy,
Missouri d. Jul. 30, 1977 Leesburg, Flordia Burial: Saint James Episcopal Church Cemetery Leesburg Lake County
Florida dau of William W Waggoner & Pearl W. [-?-]
According to Find-a-grave there is a memorial stone with their names on it in Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis
Marion County Indiana within the Baxter family plot along with other Baxter family members.
+12 Sue Anne Baxter b. m. L. Dow Geiger
5. Marian Delight Baxter b. 1 Aug. 1911 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana d. Jul. 10, 1990
California Burial: Riverside National Cemetery Riverside Riverside County California and
according to Find-a-grave there is a memorial stone with her name on it in Crown Hill Cemetery
Indianapolis Marion County Indiana within the Baxter family plot along with other Baxter family members.
m. 1st Orien Wesley Fifer Birth: Dec. 22, 1902 Death: Sep., 1973
Burial: Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery Phoenix Maricopa County Arizona son of
Orien W. Fifer and Georgia Taylor Fifer Delight and Orien dv. and he married 2nd Mary [-?-]
Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Phoenix Gazette columnist Orien Fifer, who died Saturday of
kidney failure following a lengthy illness.
Services will be at 2 p.m. at the Church of the Beatitudes with burial to follow at Greenwood Memorial
Park. He was 70.
Fifer had lived in Phoenix since 1952 when he became managing editor of the Arizona Republic, a sister
publication to the Gazette. In 1960, he became day managing editor of the Republic and then in 1966
he switched to the Gazette as a five-day-a-week columnist.
The son of a Methodist minister, Fifer began his journalism career as a high school student in Indianapolis
and after his 1925 graduation from DePauw University where he was managing editor of the student
newspaper, Fifer was hired by the Indianapolis Star. Fifer later worked for the Associated Press in Chicago,
Madison, Wis., Milwaukee and New York City before returning to Indiana and a position with the Indianapolis
News. He rose from reporter to assistant managing editor of the news before moving to Phoenix.
Eugene C. Pulliam, who publishes newspapers in both Phoenix and Indianapolis, recalled his long friendship
with Fifer and said he "always had the good will and respect of his fellow journalists."
Survivors include his wife, Mary, two daughters, Mrs. Saul Bernstein, Thousand Oaks, Calif., and Mrs. Murray
Hutchison, Palo Verde Estates, Calif., a stepson, Steve Elam, and four grandchildren.
Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdate, AZ, Monday, September 10, 1973
+13 Sally Delight Fifer b. m. Saul I Bernstien
+14 Nancy Ruth Fifer b. m. Murray H Hutchison
m 2) Donovan Black
|m 2nd October 1947 Wayne Carlos Bailey Birth: Oct. 27, 1907 Vermillion county Illinois
Death: died Nov. 10, 1978 Riverside, California burial 20 Nov 1978 Riverside National Cemetery Riverside
Riverside County California and was added to the Baxter family plot as a memorial son of Cyrus Dillon Bailey
and Geneva Coonrod Bailey. Brig Gen. World War II & Korea service started on 8 May 1927. US Army
6 Marjorie Ruth Baxter b. 12 Aug. 1926 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana d. 3 Sep. 2000 Indianapolis, Marion,
Indiana Burial: SEP 7, 2000 Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana
Marjorie married 1st m. 5 Feb 1948 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Albert Alexander Somerville b. 4 Jan 1926
Flushing Meadows, New York. Queens Co., New York d. 14 May 1991 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, div.
son of Albert A. and Emma Louise (Rapelye/DeRapelye) Somerville
15 Lianne Somerville m. Marion county Indiana J
ohn Appel, div.
16 Carol Baxter Somerville
+17 Albert Alexander (Chip) Somerville b. 25 Jul. 1955 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; m. Lisabeth Fortune
Majorie married 2nd Jul 11, 1964 John B McFaddin Birth: 19 Aug 1923 Death: May 1982
Burial: Memory Garden Cemetery Rockville Parke County Indiana , div.
7 Robert Russell Baxter m.
Nancy Callender b.
+18 Robert Kimberly Baxter; m. Pamela Ruth Gollner
19 Melinda Baxter
20 Brookley Baxter m. Alan Sneed
8 Arthur Richard Baxter
m. Nancy Niblack
Baxter, Nancy NiblackAuthor, journalist –
Nancy is the author of eight books on Indiana and Civil War history, including the Heartland Chronicle Series
(a historical fiction series for children). The Movers was the Waldenbooks Preferred Reader selection for Atlantic
states 1987; Lords of the Rivers was the National Association of Presswomen Best Novel of the Year 1990.
In addition to being an author and publisher, she has been a teacher and reporter for the Indianapolis News.
Nancy Baxter is a fifty-year Christian Scientist, a class-taught student and a member of The Mother Church and
branch church in the northern Indianapolis area.
Nancy Baxter has edited more than 200 books and is now senior editor at Hawthorne Publishing in Carmel, Indiana
Nancy Baxter is the 2000 recipient of the Indiana Historical Society Eli Lilly Lifetime Achievement Award in
Nancy and her husband began Guild Press in 1987
Guild Press of Indiana Sold to Larger Media Company
Oct. 17, 2001--Guild Press of Indiana, best known to Civil War fans as the company that brought the Official
Records of the War of the Rebellion to CD-Rom format at an affordable price, has been sold to Emmis
Communications Corp. of Indianapolis.
Emmis Communications Corp. owns radio, television and magazine holdings. This is its first venture into book
publishing. Terms of the deal were not announced according to reports in the Indianapolis Star.
Besides the OR, Guild Press has published books and CDs on the Civil War, American frontier history and Indiana
history. The company has published more than 200 titles since it was founded in 1987. Emmis officials said they
will will work on expanding Guild's line.
Before the advent of CD-Rom formatting, researchers who wanted to cons ult the Official Records had to either
cons ult often crumbling library editions or purchase the set in bound form at a cost of thousands of dollars.
Initial CD based editions cost several hundred dollars.
Guild Press was the first company to price the disk at under $100, making it affordable to individuals, small
libraries and even schools. In addition to the price advantage, Guild's search capabilities were hailed by most
reviewers and users as superior to alternative versions. They also produced another disk holding the official
record of Naval operations.
Guild Press is currently in the process of producing a DVD format disk that will include the Civil War CD-ROMs
(Official Records of the Army and Navy), Southern Historical Society Papers, Confederate Military History,
Campaigns of the Civil War, The Confederate Generals Speak, the Atlas of the Official Records and the Medical
and Surgical Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Their website currently offersed this at a
pre-production price of $200.
No details were announced as to whether Emmis wo uld continue producing the Civil War CDs or what the pricing
structure wo uld be if they did.
Emmis Communications operates Indianapolis Monthly, as well as city and regional magazines in Los Angeles, Texas
and Cincinnati. It also publishes Country Sampler, a national crafts magazine. Guild Press, based in Carmel,
Indiana, employs three staffers, who work with authors and book designers mostly on a freelance basis, said
Nancy Niblack Baxter, founder and former owner of Guild.
All three employees will remain with the company. Baxter will serve as president, and longtime literary agent
Andy Murphy will work as marketing director.
The backing of a large corporation such as Emmis, however, with its increased capital and advertising resources,
will allow Guild to be the kind of company of which Baxter could only dream before, she said.
"We weren't on the market. They just wanted to buy us, and they liked us," she said. "We thought, 'Why not?' They
will help us realize our potential."
Emmis owns 15 television stations, plus 20 FM and three AM domestic radio stations, including Indianapolis holdings
WIBC-AM (1070), WNOU-FM (93.1) and WENS-FM (97.1). It also owns stations serving the nation's largest markets of
New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
HUNT NAMED HEAD OF EMMIS BOOKS
Indianapolis. - Emmis Publishing today announced the appointment of Richard Hunt as President and Publisher of the
newly-created Emmis Books division...
Emmis Books has been created to expand and build upon the Emmis' current regional book publishing division, Guild
Press, which will become an imprint of Emmis Books. Nancy Baxter remains as President of Guild Press.
Guild Press in now known as Hawthore Publishing; as there is an automatic forwarding link to
the new site. Ans the new site state that When we first opened Guild Press of Indiana, the predecessor of Hawthorne
Publishing, in 1987.
21 John Fargo Baxter m. Heidi Bothfeld
22 Marybeth Baxter m. Patrick Burke
23 Janet Ann Baxter m. Larry Hale
24 James Arthur Baxter m, Anita Levinson, dv.
25 Arthur Richard Baxter
9 Mary Alice (Bebe) Baxter married
Harry F. Lysell Jr.Missouri son of Harry Frank and Hughbera B. (Fraser) Lysell He
was in the U. S. Air Force
27 Betty Jane Lysell m. Joseph Hudson
28 William Frazer Lysell
29 Michael Reyburn Lysell
30 Katherine Ann Lysell
10 Elsie Jane Baxter Birth: Sep. 10, 1937 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana Death: Sep. 13, 2004 Indianapolis,
Marion, Indiana burial: SEP 17,2004 Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana,
Elsie Baxter Heckel Passed on peacefully surrounded by her family on Monday, September 13, 2004 in Indianapolis,
Indiana. Memorial services will be held at 4:30pm on Friday, September, 17, at Meridian Street United Methodist
Church, 5500 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208.
She is survived by her loving husband, J. Thomas Heckel, Jr., her devoted children David (Stacey) Heckel of
Annapolis, MD, Mary (David) Thompson of Indianapolis, IN, Debbie (Bob) Crabtree of New Lennox, IL, Marjorie
Heckel of Carmel, IN; four grandchildren, Timothy Thompson, Claire Thompson, Kennett Heckel, and Leland Heckel;
her mother Jane Fargo Baxter of Carmel, IN and her siblings Arthur (Nancy) Baxter, Sr. of Carmel, IN, Mary (Joe)
Lysell of Santa Rosa, CA, and Richard (Julia) Baxter of Carmel, IN. Elsie was an extraordinarily loving wife,
mother and grandmother.
or many years of her life, she lived in St. Louis, Mo, in order for her children to attend The Principia. Her
community involvement centered around school activities, sports, academics, hobbies and years of summer camp.
Her volunteer commitments included the Indianapolis Children's Museum, the Daughters of the American Revolution,
the Culver Antiquarian and Historical Society, and she served on the Board of the local Principia Club for many
She spent her summers at Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver , IN at her fourth-generation family cottage.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council, P.O. Box 187, Culver , IN 46511,
the Antiquarian and Historical Society, P.O. Box 125, Culver , IN 46511, The Principia, co Fund Office, 13201
Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63131 or the charity of your choice.
Arrangements entrusted to Crown Hill Funeral Home. - Indianapolis Star, The (IN) Date: September 15, 2004
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - September 16, 2004
HECKEL, ELSIE BAXTER, passed on peacefully surrounded by her family on Monday, September 13, 2004 in Indianapolis,
Memorial services will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 17, at Meridian Street United Methodist Church,
5500 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208.
She is survived by her loving husband, J. Thomas Heckel, Jr.; her devoted children, David (Stacey) Heckel of
Annapolis, MD, Mary David) Thompson of Indianapolis, IN, Debbie (Bob) Crabtree of New Lennox, IL, Marjorie Heckel
of Carmel, IN; four grandchildren, Timothy Thompson, Claire Thompson, Kennett Heckel, and Leland Heckel; her mother,
Jane Fargo Baxter of Carmel, IN and her siblings, Arthur (Nancy) Baxter, Sr. of Carmel, IN, Mary (Joe) Lysell of
Santa Rosa, CA, and Richard (Julia) Baxter of Carmel, IN.
Elsie was an extraordinarily loving wife, mother and grandmother. For many years of her life, she lived in St. Louis,
in order for her children to attend The Principia.
Her community involvement centered around school activities, sports, academics, hobbies and years of summer camp.
Her volunteer commitments included the Indianapolis Children's Museum, the Daughters of the American Revolution,
the Culver Antiquarian and Historical Society, and she served on the Board of the local Principia Club for many
She spent her summers at Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver, IN at her fourth-generation family cottage.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council, P.O. Box 187, Culver, IN 46511,
the Antiquarian and Historical Society, P.O. Box 125, Culver, IN 46511, The Principia, c/o Fund Office, 13201
Clayton Road, St. Louis, Mo 63131 or the charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Crown Hill Funeral Home
700 West 38th Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
married J. Thomas Heckel Jr. b. New York son of John Thomas Heckel and
31 David Heckel m. Stacey [-?-]
32 Mary Elizabeth Heckel m. David Thompson
33 Deborah Sue Heckel m. Bob Crabtree
34 Marjorie Jan Heckel ; married [-?-]; 1 child
11 Richard Norman (Rick) Baxter m. Julia Ann (Dye)
They were are a Microsoft Independent Software Vendor (ISV) and sold Navision Solutions in the Midwest from
1994 to 2002.
Rick Baxter - Movie maker and Instructor, Julia Baxter - Product Developer, Sam Baxter - Product Developer for
"Self-Study" Training Materials and features for Navision Software.
Richard is the co-founder of Cost Control Software Inc. near Indianapolis, Indiana and other Bater family members
Julia Baxter, Chief Developer
Rick Baxter, Sales & Instructor
Ben Baxter, Sales & Client Services
Sam Baxter, Integrator & Developer
Mary Baxter, Client Support
Data is listed as found on the internet website.
Tho a family member clains he has never and does do go by the "Rick" the above website, his
and the Cost Control Software . com About/contact information page listed him as "Rick"
Their children are:
35 Samuel Ryan Baxter
36 Benjamin Wesley Baxter
12 Sue Ann Baxter b. Lake county Flordia
Lorenzo Dow (L. Dow) Geiger Jr b. Flordia ?deceased son of Lorenzo Dow (L. D.)
Gieger and Mertice Coker
Mary Kay Geiger ?deceased
13 Sally Delight Fifer b. 21 Aug. 1935 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana d. August 17, 2002 Thousand Oaks, Ventura,
California; m. 18 Jun. 1960 Saul I. Bernstein he married 2nd on August 3,
2003, Jean Marie Simpson. Saul is an aritist, educator and guest speaker -
Kent Michael Bernstein
Deanna Delight Bernstein , Married Marc Peterson
14 Nancy Ruth Fifer b. married 1st Los
Angles county Cailifornia Murray H Hutchison son of William Hutchison and Mary [-?-]
Wendy Heather Hutchison married Joe Smith
Heidi Cathleen Hutchison , married Daniel Crean
Kevin Hunter Hutchison
Nancy Ruth Fifer married 2nd Donovan Black
17 Albert Alexander (Chip) Somerville b. 25 Jul. 1955 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana d. 27 May 2003 Indianapolis,
Marion, Indiana;burial: Jum 3,2003 Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis Marion County Indiana m.
He was a graduate of Culver Military Academy 1973, and the University of Denver.
Junior Ted Somerville raised more than $10,000 for the American Cancer Society this summer in a run from
Indianapolis to Culver. Ted, a member of Park Tudor's cross-country team, made the journey to honor the
memory of his father Chip, who died two years ago after a year-and-a-half fight with a brain tumor.
Ted timed the run to coincide with what wo uld have been his father's 50th birthday, saying, "Because
he graduated from Culver Military Academy and grew up on Lake Maxinkuckee, my father often enjoyed
this 120-mile route along the back roads of Indiana. As a matter of fact, this was the last trip I took
with my father." Ted was joined during several legs of his journey by Park Tudor classmates.
The Times Park Tudor - Indianapolis, In. August 25, 2005
The Indianapolis City Council recongnized and honoerd him as a result of his run from Indianapolis to
Culver in PROPOSAL NO. 53, 2006
Ellean Fortune Somerville
Ted Alexander Somerville
19 Robert Kimberly Baxter b. ; m. Marion
county Indiana Pamela Ruth Gollner
Elizabeth Anne Baxter
Matthew Robert Baxter
23 Janet Ann Baxter m, Larry Hale
Travis John Hale
31 David Baxter Heckel m. Stacey Sickels,
David married 2nd [-?-]
32 Mary Elizabeth Heckel m. David Thompson
Timothy Thompson - Graduated from Culver Military Academy
Marshall County History (1986) - Biography on the Baxter family by Arthur R. & Nancy Niblack Baxter
Baxter Family Papers L504 No Date 3 mss boxes Manuscripts & Rare Books Division Indiana State Library
Carol Baxter Somerville