Minnie June Campbell Brewster Shuler, 79, of North Vernon and formerly of Dupont and Paris Crossing died Wednesday, November 24, 2021, at 8:22 p.m. at Lake Pointe Village in Scottsburg.

Funeral services were Monday, November 29, 2021, at Solid Rock Community Church near Scottsburg. Pastor Mike Shuler officiated. Interment followed at Vernon Cemetery.

Mrs. Shuler was raised in the Commiskey community and had attended school there. She had worked in the cafeteria at Deputy Elementary School for 15 years and had also worked for the Jennings County School System. She was a charter member of the Solid Rock Community Church near Deputy and loved reading her Bible, going to church, cooking meals for others and being with her family.

Born November 18, 1942, in Vernon, Mrs. Shuler was the daughter of June and Louise Goodpaster Campbell. She married Jack E. Brewster and after he died April 9, 1976, she married Roy Oscar Shuler February 18, 1977.

Survivors include a daughter, Sheila Righthouse of Paris Crossing; granddaughter, Brittney (Michelle) Hilton of Paris Crossing; grandson, Justin (Shelby) Righthouse of North Vernon; great-grandchildren, Tyler Walp and Paisley Righthouse; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Pastor Mike (Angie) Shuler of Deputy, Roger (Thelma Jane) Shuler of Lexington, Bill (Joyce) Shuler of Berea, Kentucky, Eugene (Georgene) Shuler of Seymour, David (Betty) Shuler of Clay City, Joyce Lamb and Ada Malcomb, both of Deputy, Donna (Phil) Shockley of Los Lunas, New Mexico, Kathleen Bowling of North Vernon, Brenda Schmalz of Watseka, Illinois, Lois Bailey and Marilyn Burns, both of Winchester, Kentucky, Geraldine (Earl) Dillard of Austin, Bernice Hogan of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, and Martha Shuler and Bill Griffiths, both of Scottsburg; several nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Mrs. Shuler was preceded in death by her parents; first husband; second husband; brothers, A.C., Ronnie Lee, Robert, James, and LeRoy Campbell; and sisters, Margaret Meece, Zola Matthews, and Shirley Lewis.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Solid Rock Community Church through the funeral home.