Arlan K. "Bud" King, 90, of Rushville, passed away April 10, 2021 in Rushville. He was born April 11, 1930 in Jefferson County to Homer R. & Telma (Stucker) King. Bud was a 1948 graduate of Saluda High School. He earned his Bachelor's degree in education from Hanover College in 1953. He was in the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity while at Hanover. He earned his Master's degree in 1960 from Indiana University. Bud was a Korean War veteran serving in the US Army from 1953-1955. He married Marie (Williams) Brammer on December2 6, 1964 and she survives.
Bud was a lifetime educator. He was a teacher & coach for 39 years. He began his teaching career at Summerfield High School in OH. He spent many years at Mays & Carthage High Schools before retiring from Knightstown High School in 1992. He coached middle school girls track at Mays, Carthage & Knightstown and was Varsity boys basketball coach at both Mays & Carthage.
Bud was a member of New Prospect Baptist Church in Jefferson County and had attended Center Christian Church since 1958. He was a member & past State officer of the Indiana Retired Teachers Association and served on the Hanover Alumni Board and received the Alumni achievement award from Hanover in 2016.
Bud loved gardening, basket weaving and caning chairs. He truly enjoyed time with his granddaughters and great grand kids.
He is survived by his wife; Marie, of Rushville, his sons; Scott Brammer of Rushville and Tom Brammer of New Castle, a brother; Donald Jo (Betty) King of Franklin, granddaughters; Christy (Bruce) Angle of Rush County, Heidi (Tom) Hodges of Knoxville, TN and Jessee (Jon) Brammer-McCutchen of Rush County, 9 great grandchildren and 2 step-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son; William "Clark" Brammer, a brother; Delbert O. King & his wife Kathleen, a sister; Gloria King and great niece; Kylie Kireta.
Services will be held at 11 AM Thursday, April 15, 2021 in the Center Christian Church, 9112 N. 50 W. Knightstown, IN. Friends are welcome to visit the family at the church on Wednesday, April 14 from 4-8 PM. Rev. Bill Worrell will preside.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Retired Teacher Fund Foundation, 2629 E. Waterfront Pkwy E. Dr #105, Indianapolis, IN. 46214.
Moster Mortuary, Rushville, entrusted with arrangements.