Waterloo – Eulalah King Hughes, 90 of Waterloo passed away Tuesday November 17, 2020 at Parkview DeKalb Hospital in Auburn. She was born March 14, 1930 in Muncie, IN to Garland and Gladys King. Eulalah was a graduate of Jefferson High School in Upland, Indiana. During her Jr and Sr years in High School she played for the Upland Red Jackets which was a farm team for the All American Girls Baseball League. They played at Upland Park and drew crowds of 1000 to 1500 people. They won the Central Indiana League tournament and Championship dominating the league for four years until the league disbanded. She also won a trophy for having the highest average in her bowling league. She worked at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis and in her husband’s medical office in Waterloo. She was a member of the Red Hat Society, Scarlet O’Hats. She was very active in the Community, as a Girl Scout leader with the Brownies and Jr Scouts, meals on wheels, daffodil days, Waterloo Lions club food trailer at the fair, R.S.V.P. in Auburn and a Salvation Army Bell Ringer when she was 87. On October 13, 1950 she married William Bradley Hughes and they remained married sixty nine years prior to his death June 6, 2018. Survivors include two daughters, Tonya Hughes Freed of Auburn and Tamra Hughes Worley of Prospect, Kentucky; four granddaughters, Jodie Cox, Laura (Justin) Glaser, Melissa King Worley, and Christine (Kolby) Worley Watts; seven great grandchildren, Addison Freed, Emery Cox, Lola Cox, Paislee Cox, Kora Glaser, Keen Glaser and Eulalah Kay Watts. What more could you ask for she would say. Family was her great love and legacy. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, three brothers, Robert King, Lloyd King, Byron King and a sister Cleo Powell. A Family memorial service will be held Friday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, 875 South Wayne Street, Waterloo with James Pettit officiating. Memorials can be given in Eulalah’s name to the DeKalb County Humane Shelter. To send condolences visit www.fellerandclark.com.
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