Alexis J. Holbert-Darkis, 20, Brazil, Ind.
Obituaries · April 12, 2013

Alexis J. Holbert-Darkis, 20, of Brazil, Ind., died Saturday, April 6, 2013, from injuries sustained during an automobile accident.

She was born Nov. 23, 1992, the daughter of Thomas Holbert and Lisa Darkis. Alexis was a graduate from Northview (Ind.) High School, class of 2011. She also attended University of Southern Indiana. She was currently working for IAC in Greencastle.

Lexi was a five-year Northview Band Member and she found her joy in playing her instruments with the band. She played clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone, mellow phone and French horn. She received a State Champion Ring twice during her time with NMK. She played during marching band, concert band and with the jazz band.

Lexi was well known as a “country girl.” She liked pink “camo,” fishing, country music, and watching stock car races at Lincoln Park.

She was preceded in death by her great-grandfather, George Brown; great-grandparents, Delbert Darkis and Patricia Darkis; and grandmother, Linda Holbert.

Survivors include her mother, Lisa Atwood and Mike Harris of Martinsville, Ind.; father, Thomas Holbert of West Branch, Iowa; grandparents, Mary and Delbert Darkis of Brazil, Ind., and Tom Holbert of Dugger, Ind.; great-grandmother, Kathleen Clough of West Terre Haute, Ind.; sister Sarah Ponto of Martinsville, Ind.; half brother, J.T. Holbert; two aunts, Tracey Cummings (Dan) of Franklin, Ind., and Stacey Darkis of Santa Monica, Calif.; cousin Lewis Cummings of Franklin; several other aunts, uncles, and extended family; also, she had many close friends, including Kyle Marlar.

Services will be held Saturday, April 13, 2013, at 2 p.m. at Lawson-Miller Chapel, 1702 E. National Ave., in Brazil, Ind., with Pastor Harvey Weaver officiating. Visitation will be Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. and again Saturday prior to services. If friends so desire, donations may be made to Northview Marching Band for student expenses. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Light a candle in her memory at:

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