Obituary for Mrs. Vivian Imogene "Jean" Brock

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Mrs. Vivian Imogene "Jean" Brock

March 24, 1931 - March 15, 2019

Vivian I. “Jean” (Mosley) Brock, age 87 passed away peacefully on Friday morning, March 15, 2019 at her home in Brown County.

She was born March 24, 1931 in Pineville, KY, to the late Dewey and Carrie (Bullins) Mosley. Vivian was a 1949 graduate of Belle County High School in Pineville, KY. She married Darwin Douglas Brock in November of 1957 in Tennessee. He preceded her in death on December 7, 1999.

Jean is survived by her children, Coleen (Fredie) Stiles of Brown County, Richard G. (Lynda) Brock of Indianapolis and John G. (Gail) Brock of Stoney Fork, KY; siblings, Granville (Juanita) Mosley and Edra Maureen Barnette both of Indianapolis; grandchildren, Joshua (Mary) Brock, Caeleb (Jennifer) Brock, Greg (Jen) Brock, Cameron Wallace, Danna Rheinschild, Britani Condo, Travis Wallace, Uriah Stiles and Charles Stiles; sister in law, Else Mosley of Greenwood; special aunt, Mary Bullins of Pineville, KY and a special niece, Aliza Bullins.

She was preceded in death by a grandson, Isaac J. Brock; siblings, Larry, Dewey Jr., Thomas and Clayton Mosley.

Jean was a loving wife, homemaker and formerly worked as a cook at the Henderson Nursing Home in Morgantown. She was a member of the Mill Creek Church in Stoney Fork, KY and the Order of Eastern Star in Franklin, IN. Vivian enjoyed cooking, quilting, sewing and watching Fox and Friends news television station.

A visitation for family and friends will be held on Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Meredith-Clark Funeral Home Cremation & Personalization Center, 179 E. Mulberry Street in Morgantown. On Friday, March 22nd, there will be a visitation from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Arnett & Steele Funeral Home in Pineville, KY followed by a graveside service at Stoney Fork Cemetery in Pineville.

Memorial contributions may be sent in honor of Jean to St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Condolences may be sent to the family at Information: (812) 597-4670



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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Time: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Meredith - Clark Funeral Home


179 E. Mulberry Street, Morgantown, IN, 46160

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Additional visitation will be on Friday from 10 a.m. until noon at Arnett & Steel Funeral Home in Pineville, Kentucky. Followed by a graveside service at Stoney Fork Cemetery.

Cemetery Information

Date: Friday, March 22, 2019

Time: 12:30 pm

Stoney Fork Cemetery


Pineville, Kentucky

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Born: March 24, 1931
Died: March 15, 2019

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Michelle Barnette posted on 3/19/19

I love you Aunt Jean. I have many memories of my young life with you & Uncle Doug! Camping at raccoon lake, going to Texas, spending many weekends in brown county, Smokey mountains, Florida & time in Kentucky. Every time we went to Mill Creek Church everyone said I look just like you, that made me proud! You always crushed up ice for both of us & made us super sweet tea! I loved your cooking so much especially your chicken & dumplings & your peanut butter roll candy yum yum yum. I remember we would go visit all the Brock family & they included me just like I was one of them, I loved our extended Brock Mosley family. Me you & Uncle Doug went to cut firewood & load it in the truck, I remember we started off cold but warned up quickly! You would always fry up the mushrooms Uncle Doug & I would go find & again they were so yummy! You really were talented in the kitchen! You were a truly great mother figure to me. You could be firm if you needed, but mostly you were an understanding woman that let me expand my wings just enough to not get in trouble! You allowed me a freedom that I needed as a child. I remember our polyester dresses at the Eastern Star meetings & your big hair! You are a beautiful woman! I could list memories for a long time. The big memory is the relationship you & Uncle Doug had. It was so cute, you could feel the love. Sure you had normal bicker sessions, but even those were cute. Uncle Doug would always be frisky with you trying to hold your hand & get a kiss or give a little light pat on your behind. You 2 were really adorable! I knew that was the kind of love I wanted in my future!! So Aunt Jean thank you for all the wonderful memories, wanting to be my second mom & for selflessly loving me like a mother would. You were there for me throughout the years. I will always love you! Love, Sissy Shel