Jeffrey A. 'Catfish' Sholty


Jeffrey A. "Catfish" Sholty, age 68, Logansport, passed away unexpectedly at 9:05 p.m., on Thursday, June 6, 2019, in the Logansport Memorial Hospital emergency room.
Born in Logansport on June 29, 1950, he was the was the son of Charles R. "Bud" and Martha L. "Gussie" Dutchess Sholty.
Following retirement as a machinist at Modine Manufacturing, Jeff was the tasting room manager at The People's Winery.
A caring, honest gentleman, Jeff had a natural way with people, and was an idol to his siblings. He was a great athlete, pool player and well-read person who always had a story to tell. He lived life large.
Jeff was a leader, and if it was "good enough for Jeff," others would follow. He would make you tow the line, but had a humility about himself. A pure soul, he loved and took care of his friends and family.
Surviving are brothers, Charles T. (Janet L.) Sholty, Franklin; and John S. (Beverly) Sholty, Peru; sister, Stacie (Brad) Angle, Logansport; nieces and nephews, Caroline Sholty (Jason Tremblay), Annie Sholty (fiancé, Connor Walters), Dan (Mandy) Angle, Laura (Chris) Coffman, and Erin Angle (fiancé, Kyle Overway); and great nieces and nephews, Lucy Angle, Lucas Angle, Lane Angle, and Jace Coffman. Also surviving is his good friend, Isabel.
Preceding in death were his parents and brother, Todd Sholty.
The visitation will be at Kroeger Funeral Home, on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, from 4-7 p.m., with the service following, with Rev. Ken Smith officiating.
Burial, at a later date, will be in Ever Rest Memorial Park.
Memorial contributions may be made to A Cause For Paws, P. O. Box 1402, Logansport, 46947.
Family and friends may leave a memory or message of condolence by visiting the online obituary at
Published on June 7, 2019
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