HENRY KELLY CONKLIN
Henry Kelly Conklin, 83, of Hilliard, died Thursday, May
31, 2007, at
Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus.
He was a 1945
graduate of The Ohio State University, receiving a
bachelor of science degree
in business administration. He was a Realtor,
appraiser and land developer in
He was a member of the 1939-1940 OSU basketball team, a life member
the OSU alumni, 50-year member of Hiram Masonic Lodge, Scottish
Shrine, 50-year member of the Columbus Board of Realtors and
National Association of Realtors, 50-year member of IOOF,
Order of Odd Fellows, Past Grand Master and a 50-year member of
and the Franklin County Farm Bureau.
He was the 1998 Hilliard
Senior Citizen of the Year and Hilliard parade
marshal in 1999. He was a
member of Northwest United Methodist Church
and was an inspiration to all who
knew him, a man of faith, hope and the
greatest of these is love. He lived by
the Golden Rule.
He was born July 1, 1923, in Delaware County, to the late
Conklin and Calista Kelly Guss Conklin. He also was predeceased
brother, William Conklin, and a stepmother, Molean Conklin.
survived by his loving wife, Mary Kathryn Slyh Conklin; daughter
(Douglas) Weakley of Plain City; sons, Dr. Ronald Kelly (Judy)
Grove City, and Dean Henry Conklin of Denver; granddaughters,
Mark) Hickman and Kimberly (Jake) Beathard; grandsons, Kelly
Kevin, Kyle (Sunday) and Kent Weakley; great-grandsons, Joey
and Jack Hickman
and Joshua Kelly Weakley; great-granddaughter, Callie
Hickman; a sister,
Barbara (William) Brake; a brother, Bob (Luella)
Conklin; uncle, Max (Madge)
Conklin; sister-in-law, Nancy Conklin; and
nephews, nieces, cousins and many
Calling hours will be Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at
United Methodist Church, 5200 Riverside Drive, Columbus, where
services will be held Monday at 11 a.m., with calling hours one
prior to the time of the service with Pastors Harold Davidson and
Hunter officiating. Interment will be at Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
and Odd Fellows services will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
contributions may be made to the Kelly and Mary Conklin
for Hilliard City Schools, Fifth Third Bank, 3800
Main St., Hilliard, OH
Arrangements are being handled by Tidd Funeral Home, 5265 Norwich
CLARENCE J. AMOS
Clarence J. Amos, 92, of West Liberty, died Wednesday, May
30, 2007, at
Heartland of Bellefontaine following an extended illness.
was employed by New York Central Railroad for 34 years before
retiring as an
engineer on Aug. 4, 1975, and was a member of the United
and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman & Engineman.
A member of
Bellefontaine First Lutheran Church, he enjoyed Ford
automobiles and reading
and traveling, having visited every state except
Alaska and New Jersey.
and his wife formerly resided in Indianapolis and for 23 years made
home in Nokomis, Fla. His fondest moments came when at his wife's side.
was born Jan. 6, 1915, in Bellefontaine, to the late Homer Lee and
Survivors include his wife of 70 years, Frieda M. Orahood Amos,
he was married Jan. 23, 1937, in West Mansfield; his sister,
Lucille Lusby of Bellefontaine; three sisters-in-law, Goldie Garwood
West Mansfield, Lela (Sam) Hone of Bellefontaine, and Sandra Slaven
Logansville; two brothers-in-law, Francis Orahood of Bellefontaine,
Jack Orahood of West Mansfield; and a sister-in-law, Beulah Orahood
Bellefontaine, and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held
Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mannasmith-Schnurrenberger
Funeral Home, West Mansfield.
The Rev. Jonathan Bull will officiate and
burial will take place at Highland
Memorial Cemetery. Visitors may call
from noon until the time of the
Memorial contributions may be made to the Logan County Cancer
care of the funeral home.
Condolences may be expressed at www.mannasmithfuneralhome.com.
George Irving Cooley Sr., 67, of Prospect, died Wednesday, May
at the Ohio State University Medical Center.
He had worked at
Whirlpool for more than 30 years. Before that, he had
served in the Ohio
He was born March 19, 1940, in Raymond, to the late John A.
Smith Cooley. On Dec. 24, 1990, he married Sandra Lee Allen, who
predeceased him in September 1997.
He is survived by his mother,
Marilyn Cooley of Byhalia; a daughter,
Katherine (Ricky) Simones of Prospect;
three sons, William (Julie)
Cooley of Colorado Springs, Colo.; George Jr.
(Julie) Cooley of
Prospect, and Michael (Shelly) Cooley of Marion; his former
Brown Cooley Collins of Montrose, Colo.; three step-daughters,
Donnis and Tammy; 10 grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren;
great-grandchildren; two brothers, John (Sue) Cooley of Circleville,
Gary (Donna) Cooley of Byhalia.
Calling hours will be Tuesday from 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 at Ballinger
Funeral Home, Richwood, where funeral services
will be held Wednesday at
1 p.m. with the Rev. Jeff Grant officiating. Burial
will follow in Byhalia Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the
Central Ohio Diabetes
the family may be expressed at
Robert A. Harvey, 88, of Ostrander, died Wednesday, May 30, 2007,
Gables at Green Pastures following a short illness.
dairy and crop farmer, he and his family established
themselves in Union
County in 1955. He was a member of Mill Creek Baptist Church.
woodworking early in life and following his retirement, liked
gardening, socializing with friends and keeping busy.
He was born March 5,
1919, in Harrisburg, Pa., to the late Robert C. and
May J. Albert Harvey. He
also was predeceased by his wife, Luella "Lucy" Harvey in 1990.
survived by a son, Stephen Harvey and his fiancée, LuAnn Kissling,
Ostrander; a brother, Richard (Margaret) Harvey of Reynoldsburg;
sisters, Mary (Lewis) Glendenning of Chillicothe, Norma Rorer of
S.C., and Patricia Hefner of Fairborn; and many other relatives.
hours will be Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. at Underwood Funeral Home.
services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Mill Creek Baptist
Ostrander. The Rev. Pat Bruce will officiate and burial will be at Fairview
Condolences may be expressed to the family at
Deborah Kay Hughes, 38, of Delaware, died Wednesday, May 30, 2007,
Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, after a courageous battle
She attended Delaware Hayes High School and was a cashier at
She enjoyed bingo, friends and family.
She was dearly loved and
will be sadly missed by all.
She was born April 27, 1969, in Marion, to Larry
and Darlene Monteith
Jones. Her father preceded her in death.
survived by her mother, Darlene Combs of Marysville, and
Combs of Mechanicsburg; three daughters, Courtney
Hughes and her special
friend, Richard Mooney, and Sabrina Hughes, all
of Ashley, and Britney Hughes
of Delaware; a son and his special friend,
Brian Hughes and Stacey Ellis of
Ashley; her fiancé, Rodney Munday and a
step-son, Todd Munday both of
Delaware; three grandchildren, Audrey
Mooney, Derrick Mooney and Brian Hughes
Jr.; two brothers, Robert
(Joyce) Jones and Jeffrey (Joanne) Jones, all of
step-brother, Rodney Combs of Mechanicsburg; and many aunts,
cousins, nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Sunday from 5 to 8
p.m. at Robinson Funeral Home, 32
W. Winter St., Delaware, where the funeral
service will be Monday at 2
p.m. with the Rev. Jack Knox officiating.
Interment will follow in Oak
Condolences may be expressed
EBER JOSEPH BOYSEL
Eber Joseph Boysel, 80, of Kenton, formerly of West
Tuesday, May 29, 2007, in the comfort of his own home
surrounded by his
loving family after an extended illness.
He served as
postmaster of the West Mansfield Post Office from Oct. 24,
1964, to Jan. 3,
He was baptized at age 14 at the East Liberty Church of Christ and was
longtime member of the North Greenfield United Methodist Church where
served as a trustee for more than 30 years.
He graduated from East
Liberty High School in 1945 and studied
agricultural science following his
military service. A proud veteran of
the U.S. Army, he was a past commander
of West Mansfield American Legion
Post No. 603 and was a lifetime member of
the VFW and the DAV.
A talented woodworker, he was a former member of the
Lions Club and the West Mansfield Conservation Club and was a
baseball and softball coach in the community.
He and his wife
enjoyed 18 winters in Bradenton, Fla., and his greatest
moments came when
surrounded by his family.
He was born April 16, 1927, in West Jefferson, to
the late William Pearl
and Hazel Stella Cook Boysel. He was preceded in death
by two brothers,
Cassius and Amos Boysel, and three sisters, Marjorie
Boysel and Ada Dixon.
Survivors include his devoted
wife of more than 59 years, Erma Louise
Titus Boysel, to whom he was married
Dec. 29, 1947, at his wife's
parents' home in Rushsylvania; his children,
Linda Coats of West
Mansfield, and her fiancé, Dale Winner of Bellefontaine,
Cronley of Kenton, and Mike (Teresa) Boysel of Philo; 13
Shauna (Kevin) Chapman, Dan (Traci) Coats, Kristi Coats and
Christopher Bothel, Brandy Bowman and her fiancé, Justin
Brittanie Boysel, Haylie Boysel, Kirsten Boysel, Melody (Eric)
Matthew (Amy) Bowman, Claudia Erwin, Chloe Erwin, Paige (Russ)
and Travis Cronley; 10 great-grandchildren, Ashley LeVan, Ryan
Thomas Coats, Kiarra Coats, Kaydence Bothel, Miles Bowman,
Miller, Jessica (Jeff) Osborne, Andrea (Dave) Murdock, and
Wallace; four great-great-grandchildren, Zaiden, Xander and Cole
and Alexis Chapman; two brothers, Jessie (Carol) Boysel of London,
Pearl Robert "Jay" (Florence) Boysel of Frazeysburg; three
Minerva LeVan of East Liberty, Mary Collinsworth of Bellefontaine,
Patty Ann Creiger of Piqua; a brother-in-law, Milton Cronkleton of
Mansfield; a sister-in-law, Margie Boysel of Hilliard; numerous
and nephews; countless friends; and his church family.
hours will be Friday from 2 to 8 p.m. at
Home, West Mansfield. Funeral
services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the
North Greenfield United
Methodist Church with the Revs. Don Riker and William
officiating. Burial with full military honors conducted by the
County Honor Guard will take place at North Greenfield
Memorial contributions may be made to Hardin County Hospice or
Greenfield United Methodist Church in care of the funeral
Condolences may be expressed at www.mannasmithfuneralhome.com.
Paula Avenius, 85, of Essex, near Richwood, died early
morning, May 30, 2007, at her home.
She was a homemaker, an
accountant, and a trust officer at J.P. Morgan
for many years.
She and her
husband split time in Essex at the family farm during the
summer months and
in Tenafly, N.J., during the winter.
She was a member of Essex United
She enjoyed spending time with her devoted bulldog,
She was born Oct. 1, 1921, in Richwood, to the late Fred and
McDowell Reeley. She also was predeceased Oct. 19, 1998, by her
David Avenius, whom she married May 30, 1953, in Queens, N.Y., and
daughter, Nancy Avenius Ransome.
Memorial services will be held Monday
at 11 a.m. at Stofcheck Funeral
Home in Richwood, with the Rev. Bryan Lauzau
officiating. Burial will
follow in Price Cemetery.
may be made to the Essex United Methodist Church
and/or to a humane society
of the donor's choice.
DANIEL LEE CASE
Daniel Lee Case, 56, of Culpeper, VA., and formerly of
unexpectedly Thursday, May 24, 2007, at the Culpeper
He was a computer technician and member of the National
He was born Oct. 17, 1950, in Delaware, to the late
Donald Earl and
Clara Alma Daniels Case. He also was preceded in death by a
Carol S. Case, and a brother, Jerry L. Case.
He is survived by his
wife of 16 years, Audrey Cook Case; a stepson,
Jason Shade of Culpeper; two
brothers, Earl C. Case of Marysville, and
Tim D. (Pat) Case of Lake Park,
Fla.; a nephew, Jeff (Corinna) Case; and
nieces, Jenny (Brian) Wing and Tisha
A graveside memorial service will be held Thursday at 10 a.m.
Grove Cemetery in Delaware, with the Rev. Steven Wood
Ingram Funeral Home is completing the
Virgil Longberry, 87, of Lakeview, died
Monday, May 28, 2007, at the
Gables at Green Pastures.
He was a member of
Trinity Chapel Church in Milford Center. He was a
farmer and a past employee
at Scotts. He was also a member of the Moose
Lodge at Indian Lake.
born April 23, 1920, in Waterloo, and was preceded in death by
He also was predeceased by his wife, Barbara, in 2000.
He is survived by his
daughter, Marilyn (Robert) Wilgus of Middleburg;
his sons, Gary E. Longberry
of Huntsville, Larry E. (Sharon) Longberry
of North Lewisburg, and Daniel L.
Longberry of Naples, Fla.; 10
grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at
the Freshwater, McDonald
& Vernon Funeral Home, North Lewisburg, where
funeral services will be
held Thursday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Carl Spain
will follow in Highland Cemetery, West
NORMA RUTH RIGGS
Norma Ruth Riggs, 71, of Milford Center,
died unexpectedly Monday
evening, May 28, 2007, at her residence after months
of failing health.
She was retired from Memorial Hospital of Union County
after 25 years of
employment as an LPN.
She was a life member of Trinity
Lutheran Church and was a member of
PERI, Kings Daughters & Sons Circle
of Remembrance and the Priscilla
Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church.
enjoyed long distance biking and her time in nursing school.
She was born
Dec. 17, 1935, in Marysville, to the late George C. and
Edna E. Kleiber
Rausch. She also was preceded in death by a sister,
Florence Adams, and a
daughter-in-law, Kelly Riggs. She was married June
13, 1954, at Trinity
Lutheran Church by the Rev. E.J. Goedeking to
Patrick C. Riggs. He preceded
her in death May 23, 2006.
She is survived by their sons, Steven P. (Cathy)
Riggs of Ostrander,
Richard A. Riggs and fiancee Brenda Landon of Milford
Center, and Jerry
L. (Vicki) Riggs of St. Charles, Mo.; three grandchildren,
Brendon and Audrey Riggs; a sister, Doris A. (Robert) Parr
Marysville; and two brothers, Ralph J. Rausch of Columbus, and Donald
Rausch of Marysville.
Calling hours will be Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6
to 8 p.m. at Ingram
Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Friday at
1:30 p.m. at
Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Barry Scott officiating.
will follow at Milford Center Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church
JOSEPHINE ANE "JO" THOGMARTIN
Josephine Ane "Jo" Thogmartin, 76, of
Marysville and a former long time
resident of Richwood died Thursday evening,
May 24, 2007, at the O.S.U. Medical Center.
She was a graduate of the
Hartford High School, owned her own antique
shop on Route 4, Cottonwood
Antiques, and had been a "Gray Lady" at the
former Polio Foundation in
Magnetic Springs. She had also had worked as
an administrator at the Grady
Memorial Hospital for more than 20 years,
enjoyed the theatre, reading and
She was a devoted and dedicated member of St. Paul's Lutheran
Prospect, serving the church in many ways such as church
singing in the choir, North Western Ohio Synod Delegate,
Disabilities Representative, chairman of the synods ADAM Task
three time DAYLE Conference for Lutheran Youth Adult Rep.
loved by all she knew and will be missed by all her many family
She was born Jan. 5, 1931 in Croton to the late George and
Minnie (Fiess) Porschet.
She was preceded in death in August of 1983 by
her husband, Donald Deane
Thogmartin, whom she married June of 1950. She was
also predeceased by
grandsons Christopher Thogmartin and Cole Henry
Surviving g are her children: Don (Julia) Thogmartin of Galion,
(Bill Belig) Thogmartin of Columbus, April (Mark) Goyer of Powell
Lisa (John) Cleaver of Palatine, Ill. Also surviving are
granddaughter, Jordan Dorothy Goyer, a great-granddaughter,
Bolton, four sisters, Ruth Nelson of Englewood, Fla., June
Shoemaker of Canel Winchester, Mary (Joe) Price of Negley, Ohio
Linda Ryan of Jacksonville, Fla.
Friends may call Monday from 5-8 p.m.
at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in
Richwood. Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the St.
Paul's Lutheran Church in Prospect with the
Rev. Russell Makant
officiating. Burial will be in the Claibourne
Memorial donations may be made to the St. Paul's Lutheran Church
the Disabilities Ministries for the E.L.C.A.
WILLIS ANDREW HERSHBERGER
Willis Andrew Hershberger, 65, of Marysville, died
Monday, May 21, 2007,
at Memorial Hospital of Union County.
He was retired
as a self-employed roofer and was a member of United
He was born July 2, 1941, in Plain City, the son of Emanuel
Hershberger and Edna Mae Christner Hershberger. His father preceded
in death in 1965 and his mother in 1992. He also was predeceased by
sisters, Susie Ellen Hershberger in 1997 and Mary Naomi Hershberger
1993, and a special friend, Mildred Herron.
He is survived by two
brothers, Glen Hershberger of Middleport, and Joe
Hershberger of Marysville;
three sisters, Emma (Robert) Depew and
Rebecca Headings of Plain City, and
Nila Peffers of Columbus; six nieces
and seven nephews; and many great-nieces
Calling hours will be Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Maranatha
Fellowship, 6240 Lucas Pike NE, Plain City. Funeral services will
held Thursday at 2 p.m. at United Bethel Mennonite Church,
Lafayette-Plain City Road, with Pastor Walter Beachy officiating.
will be at United Bethel Mennonite Cemetery.
Condolences may be
expressed at fergusonfuenralhomeinc.com.
JAMES R. EVANS
James R. Evans, 68, of Unionville Center, died Sunday morning,
2007, at Doctor's Hospital West.
He worked for Marble Cliff,
Columbus Auto Parts and Select Sires as the
security officer and retired from
Siemans Corporation in Marysville.
He was a member of Plain City VFW and he
enjoyed attending bluegrass
festivals in his camper. He never met a stranger
and was loved by everyone.
He was born Sept. 15, 1938, in Lenore, W.Va.,
the son of the late George
R. and Polly Sturgell Evans. He also was preceded
in death by his first
wife, Rita O'Stroske Evans in 1977; his second wife,
Olive Fisher Evans
in 2002; and a sister, Alena Mullins.
He is survived by
his children, Paula Evans of Delaware, and Daniel Ray
(Leslie) Vickers of
Chillicothe; grandchildren, Billy Evans of Delaware,
and Heather Vickers of
Plain City; a great-grandson, Jaddan Vickers;
brothers, Daniel Evans, Gilbert
Jerrell, Adam Evans, Ruben Evans and
Herbert Smith; sisters, Sarah Ashley,
Gladys Bartram, Wanda Hall,
Shirley Tucker, Mary Jane Thompson and Marlene
McClain; and a special
friend, Connie Journey.
Calling hours will be
Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Ferguson Funeral
Home, Plain City, where
funeral services will be held Thursday at 10:30
a.m. Burial will be in Darby
Township Cemetery, Unionville Center.
Memorial contributions may be made to
the Central Ohio Diabetes
Association, 1580 King Ave., Columbus, OH
Condolences may be expressed at
EDWIN DALE "ED" HOLYCROSS
"Ed" Holycross, 84, of Bellefontaine and the West
died Sunday, May 20, 2007, in the comfort of
his own home after an extended
He was a graduate of East Liberty High School and a longtime
He retired as a foreman at Rockwell International in Bellefontaine
32 years of employment.
He was a proud veteran of World War II,
having served in the 542nd
Ordnance Tank Maintenance Company in the United
States Army. He was a
lifetime member of American Legion Post No. 173 in
He enjoyed golfing and fishing and had a knack for frequently
cars and making a good deal. He enjoyed teasing family and friends
possessed a memorable smile.
His greatest moments came when surrounded
by his family or while sharing
a cup of coffee and a story with his friends
at The Hungry Farmer in
He was born Oct. 26, 1922, in East
Liberty, to the late Dale and Lucille
Patten Holycross. He also was preceded
in death by a brother, Charles
Holycross, and two sisters, Marietta Patrick
and Louise Stevens.
Survivors include his wife of more than 60 years, Helen
to whom he was married Oct. 26, 1946, in Rushsylvania; two
Karen Sue Holycross and Arla (Larry) Mawhorr, each of
son,, Mark (Vicki) Holycross of Spartanburg, S.C.; three
Tonya (Casey) Reed of Bellefontaine, Matthew Holycross of
S.C., and Nathan Holycross of Spartanburg, S.C.; a great-grandson,
Reed; his sister-in-law, Shirley Cloyd of Bellefontaine; and
nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at
Funeral Home, West Mansfield, where funeral
services will be held
Saturday at 11 a.m. The Rev. David Wilson will
officiate and burial with
military honors conducted by the Logan County Honor
Guard will take
place at North Greenfield Cemetery.
may be made to Universal HomeHealth/Hospice in
care of the funeral
Condolences may be expressed at www.mannasmithfuneralhome.com.
ANNA MARIE "ANNIE" ZACHARIAS
Anna Marie "Annie" Zacharias, 81, a lifetime
resident of Marysville,
died unexpectedly Thursday, May 17, 2007, at her
A lifetime member of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, she
baptized in 1925 and confirmed in 1939. She supported her church in
loving ways, including serving on the catering and
She attended St. John's School through eighth grade
and graduated from
Marysville High School in 1944. As a teen, she worked at
Fearn hardware store at Court and Fifth streets. She retired in
from Siemens after 28 years.
She liked flower gardening and sharing
flowers among family and friends
and shopping and enjoyed antiques, yard
sales, grape winemaking and
providing childcare for family and
She loved and pampered her nieces and nephews and was considered
"grandma" to them. She was her parents' devoted caregiver
throughout their lifetime.
She always greeted everybody with a smile and
was known for her sense of
humor, giving spirit and hospitality. She embraced
and uplifted her
circle of friends and found the same comfort and joy from
especially from her niece, Kim.
Christmas was her favorite time of
She was born June 16, 1925, in Marysville, to the late Henry George
Matilda Weber Zacharias. She also was predeceased by three brothers,
twin, Andrew Zacharias in 1947, Richard "Dick" Zacharias in 1998 and
Rev. Edward Zacharias on March 12, 2007.
She is survived by two
sisters-in-law, Berneta McAdow Zacharias and Mary
Zacharias, both of
Marysville; nieces and nephews, Becky (Paul) Ferrell
of Sheffield, Sandy
(Ted) Howard, Kim Zacharias and John (Sue)
Zacharias, all of Marysville, Eric
(Mary) Zacharias of Minnesota, Alan
(Rhonda) Zacharias of Chicago, Sharon
(Scott) Pender of Cleveland, and
Rick Mechler and Ruth (Bob) Crutcher of St.
Louis; great-nieces and
-nephews, Samantha, Abigail, Sarah, Andrew, Hannah,
Evan, Luke, Lori,
Holden, Lily Grace, Nick, Chelsea, Caleb, Rachel, Rebecca
two great-great-nieces, Madison and Olivia Grace;
great-great-nephews, Mason and Jackson; longtime neighbor,
Richardson; and many other friends, including Christine O'Harra,
Kinsey, Norma Parr and Marcelle Krouse.
Calling hours will be
Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Underwood Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be
held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at St. John's
Evangelical Lutheran Church. The
Revs. John Fair and Jack Heino will
officiate and burial will be at the
church cemetery beside the
deceased's twin brother and
Condolences may be expressed to the family at
MAXINE C. LINZINMEIR
Maxine C. Linzinmeir, 89, of Tucson, Ariz., died
peacefully, May 1,
2007, after a prolonged illness.
For many years she
worked as a dedicated secretary/supervisor for the
United States Army
Transportation School at Ft. Eustis, Va. She enjoyed
her retirement home for
the past 26 years in Tucson.
She was born in Ohio, on March 19, 1918. Her
parents, the late Aubrey
and George Cook, operated the former Parkview
Restaurant in Marysville.
She also was preceded in death by her husband,
Frank John Linzinmeir,
and her sister and brother-in-law, Rose and John
Survivors are her daughter, Sandra L. (Stan) Hovey of Urbanna, Va.;
son, John Linzinmeier of Tucson; grandchildren, Aubrina C. Schryer,
R. (Sue) Schryer, Andrea (David) Hipton, and Monica (Sven) Koening
Sewickley, Pa.; great-grandchildren, Sara, Emily and Mason; and
wonderful niece, Bonnie (Harry) Baker Burnside and their sons
spouses, Jeff and Leigh and Jack and Suzi, and their children,
Tyler, and Cami.
A graveside service will be held Saturday at 10
a.m. at Oakdale
Cemetery, with the Rev. Dan Mortinger
Mannasmith Funeral Home is serving the family.
may be expressed at www.mannasmithfuneralhome.com.
who wish to remember the deceased may offer a kind deed or word or
smile each day to someone in need of a good day.
Sandra E. Rockenbaugh, 50, of Marysville, died Wednesday morning,
16, 2007, at her residence with her family at her side following
an extended illness.
A nature lover at heart, she enjoyed gardening, was
a member of the
Sierra Club, and along with her husband, spent much of her
hiking. Her educational accomplishments included business school
graduating from the California School of Herbal Studies in 1989
included study in botany, plant identification, wild crafting,
Medica, medicine making, plant therapeutics and the sacred way of
She was born June 26, 1956, in Montreal, to Harold D. and Patricia
Newton Sneath who now reside in Santa Rosa, Calif. She was preceded
death by her father-in-law, Dorence "Rocky" Rockenbaugh.
married June 9, 1990, at the Chenoweth Redwood in Sabastopol,
Ronald L. Rockenbaugh who survives. She also is survived by a
S. Robidoux of Sonoma, Calif.; a brother, Robert W. Sneath
of Brea, Calif.;
her mother-in-law, Catherine Rockenbaugh of Marysville;
Donald L. Rockenbaugh of Marysville, and John R.
(Teresa) Rockenbaugh of
Richwood; a sister-in-law, Bonnie L. (Mike)
Rodenberger, of Marysville; and
many nieces and nephews.
A gathering of family and friends will be held
Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m.
at Ingram Funeral Home where a memorial service
will follow at 3 p.m.
with the Rev. John Groat officiating.
contributions may be made to HomeReach Hospice in care of the
NEAL RONALD MORLEY
Neal Ronald Morley, 81, of Plain City, died peacefully
afternoon, May 15, 2007, at the Whetstone Care Facility,
surrounded by his loving family.
He was a World War II Navy
veteran and a hydraulic assembler for
member of Jerome United Methodist Church for more than 50 years, he
a member of the Machinist Union of Columbus and American
Legion Post No. 79
He was an avid fisherman, bowler and card player who enjoyed
time with his family. He will be remembered by the sparkle in his
and his loving smile.
He was born April 10, 1926, in Columbus, to the
late Frank E. and Ruth
Williams Morley. He also was predeceased by three
Daniel and Roger, and two sisters, Nedra Greenlee and Maxine
He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Martha D. Dort
five children, Sharon (Nelson) Castellanos of Maryland, Diane
Early of Upper Arlington, Vickie (Viscount) Thurston of Maryland,
Morley of Marysville, and Donna (Thomas) Montgomery of Plain City;
grandchildren; three sisters, Betty Fink of California, Juanita
Fry of Plain City, and Joanne (John A.) Studebaker of
Calling hours will be Thursday from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p.m. at
Funeral Home, Plain City. Funeral services will be held Friday at
a.m. at Jerome United Methodist Church, 10531 Jerome Road, with
Gloria Brooks officiating. Burial will be in Jerome Township
MARY KATHLEEN BUCK
Mary Kathleen Buck, 76, of Columbus, died Saturday, May
12, 2007, at Bryden Place.
She was born Sept. 8, 1930, in Toledo, to the
late Edwin and Gertrude Brannigan Buck.
She was of the Catholic faith and
is survived by a sister, Anne (John)
Ryan of Irwin; three nephews, Patrick,
David (Cheryl) and Richard Ryan;
a great-niece, Morgan; and a great-nephew,
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. The Rev. David Poliafico
officiate and burial will take place beside the deceased's parents
Union Township Cemetery in Milford Center.
Underwood Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.
CLARENCE D. ERICKSON
Clarence D. Erickson,
76, of Marysville, died Friday morning, May 11,
2007, at Memorial Hospital of
Union County following a brief illness.
He was a retired electrical engineer
He was an Army veteran of the Korean War, held a membership in
and was a member of the Telephone Pioneers.
He was avid vegetable
gardener and was the greatest Chicago Clubs fan.
His favorite pastime passion
was playing solitaire, and he always won.
He was always so proud of being
able to travel to all 50 states in the
Union and of being a "lefty."
greatest loves in his life were his wife, children and grandchildren.
was born July 10, 1930, in Chicago, to the late Clarence P. and
Erickson. He also was preceded in death by a brother, Kenneth Erickson.
married the former Colleen M. Uster on July 20, 1957, in Chicago, and
survives. He also is survived by their children, Debra L. (Kirt)
New Smyrna Beach, Fla., Wendy S. (Michael) Rightnour of
Jennifer J. (Jim) Carlton of Kona, Hawaii, and Glenn
K. (Tracy) Erickson of
Marysville; nine grandchildren, Jason (Erin)
Carlton, Sarah (Randy) Weir,
Anthony Erickson, Nicholas (Kristin)
Bushong, Ashley Anderson-Way, Jessica
Erickson, Sara Rightnour, Chelsea
Anderson and Tess Rightnour; seven
sisters-in-law; and numerous nieces and
Calling hours will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at Ingram Funeral
where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with the
David Lippert officiating. Burial will follow at Oakdale Cemetery,
full military honors will be provided by the Union County Honor
Pall bearers will be Glenn Erickson, Kirt Anderson, Michael
Anthony Erickson, Nicholas Bushong, and John Isaacs.
contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice in care of the
IMO E. RILEY
Imo E. Riley, 83, of Marysville, died early
Saturday morning at The
Gables of Green Pastures.
She had worked at Ranco
Controls, lived most of her life in Delaware,
and was a member of the Eagles
Auxiliary No. 376 of Delaware.
She was born May 7, 1924, in Columbus, to the
late Gerald Simpson and
Ruth Griffen Simpson. She also was preceded in death
by her husband,
Russell "Fred" Riley, on Aug. 11, 2001, and a daughter,
on Nov. 23, 2005.
She is survived by two daughters, Martha
(Ed) Beightler of Marysville,
and Debra (Mike) Weber of Delaware; a son,
James Smith of Indian Lake;
14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; a
sister, Marcie Dunham of
Marysville; a brother, Norman (Helen) Simpson of
Dave Hoover of Delaware; and an aunt, Kate Simpson of
Calling hours will be Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Rodman Neeper
Home, 1510 W. William St., Delaware, where funeral services will be
Wednesday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Linda Meredith officiating.
will follow at Maskill Cemetery, Marysville.
Condolences may be
expressed to the family at www.rodmanneeper.com.
RUTH I. McDANIEL
Ruth I. McDaniel, 84, of Marysville, and
formerly of Dayton, died
Thursday, May 10, 2007, at Heartland of
She was a long-time member of the Turner Road Church of
She was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Amon
McDaniel, in 2004, and by three brothers and two sisters.
survived by two children, David (Donna) McDaniel and Pam (Roger)
two granddaughters, Kara Beth Kilby and Caroline Williams;
Robert McDaniel, Nate Williams and Kevin Williams; two
sisters, Ola "Midge"
Davis and Opal Summerset; and a host of other
Visitation will be Monday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Turner Road
of Christ, 450 Turner Road at the intersection of Philadelphia
Dayton, where funeral services will follow at 11 a.m. with Pastor
Brewster officiating. Burial will be at Dayton Memorial Park
Memorial contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice of
Condolences may be expressed at www.NewcomerFamily.com.
Edith M. Starling, 91, of Delaware, died Friday, May 11, 2007,
Delaware Court Healthcare Center.
A graduate of Portsmouth High
School, she had been a resident of
Delaware County since 1938.
She was a
retired cashier at Cussins and Fern Store, she was a retired
cook at Delaware
City Schools and also a retired bookkeeper and
secretary at Woodward
She was a member of Zion United Church of Christ, the
Girl's Club and a euchre club.
She was born Aug. 29,
1915, in Sandy Springs, to the late Wheeler and
Edith Cooke Foster. She also
was preceded in death by her husband,
Edwin, in 1974.
She is survived by a
daughter, Judy Starling of San Francisco; a son,
Edwin Jr. (Joyce) Starling
of Marysville; three grandchildren, Andy and
Amy Starling and Ali (Keith)
Bayliss; and two great-grandchildren, Kasi
and Kameron Bayliss.
will be Monday from 2 to 3 p.m. at Robinson Funeral Home,
services will follow at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Gunner Cerda
will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 5555
Frantz Road, Dublin, OH 43017.
may be expressed at www.robinsonfuneralhomeinc.com
ARTHUR "JIMMY" VANDRE
James Arthur "Jimmy" Vandre, 21, of Marysville, died
Thursday, May 10,
2007, at The Ohio State University Medical Center from
in an automobile accident.
A talented diesel mechanic
and a hard worker, he was employed at
Grandview Motor Homes in Marysville
after receiving an associate degree
in diesel mechanics and management from
Lincoln Technical Institute in
Indianapolis in 2005.
He was a young man of
faith and was a devoted member of St. John's
Lutheran Church. He was baptized
into the family of God on March 16,
1986, and confirmed that faith publicly
on April 16, 2000.
He would do anything for anyone and found great
with St. John's Member Mission Outreach Team to
He was a 2004 graduate of Fairbanks High School, where he had
active member and officer of the school's FFA chapter and was proud
have attained his FFA State Degree and his FFA American Degree.
enjoyed raising steers and heifers and showed the Reserve Grand
Heifer at the 2003 Union County Fair.
He also was a former member
of the school band and golf team and in his
younger years played hockey in
the Columbus Chill Hockey Association. He
was an all-American country boy who
enjoyed truck pulls and rodeos,
hanging out with his friends around a
bonfire, and living life to its fullest.
A wonderful son and brother, he
dearly loved his family and they now
search for him in every memory.
was born March 8, 1986, in Ft. Wayne, Ind., to James R. "Jim" and
Mesing Vandre who survive in Marysville.
Along with his parents, survivors
include two sisters, Amanda (Adam)
Davis and Julie Vandre, who he lovingly
called "Fatty," each of
Marysville; his maternal grandparents, Ralph and Edna
Mesing of Decatur,
Ind.; his paternal grandparents, Kenneth and Mary Vandre
of Ft. Wayne;
his aunts and uncles, Sylvia (Al) Ensley of Wolcottville, Ind.;
(Pat) Mesing of Jacksonville, Fla.; Howard Mesing of Long Beach,
Darlene (Gerry) Ehle of Harlan, Ind.; Wally (Carla) Mesing of
and Kenneth (Janet) Vandre Jr., Beth (Don) Bartelt, Mark Vandre
David (Tami) Vandre, all of Ft. Wayne; many dear first cousins; his
friend who was like his brother, Johnny Hollar of Marysville;
other friends; his church family; and his girlfriend and love of
life, Hannah Wilson of Westerville.
Calling hours will be Monday from
2 to 8 p.m. at Mannasmith Funeral
Home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday
at 2:30 p.m. at St. John's
Lutheran Church, with the Revs. John Fair and Jack
Burial will take place at the church
Pallbearers will be Johnny Hollar, Brady Monroe, Dale Scheiderer,
Nicol, Don Bartelt, Mark Vandre, Jack Purdy and Tom Purdy.
contributions may be made to St. John's Member Mission Outreach
Condolences may be expressed at www.mannasmithfuneralhome.com.
ELIZABETH HERD ARCHER
Dorothy Elizabeth Herd Archer, 53, of
Marysville, died unexpectedly
Wednesday morning, May 9, 2007, at Memorial
Hospital of Union County.
Her first love was her husband, children, and
enjoyed camping and needlework. She will be forever loved
and missed by
all who were blessed to know her.
She was born Feb. 23,
1954, to the late William A. and Dorothy J. Ruble
Herd. She also was preceded
in death by a brother, Lawrence A. Herd. She
was married Dec. 30, 1987, to
her loving husband, Edward L. Archer, and he survives.
She also is
survived by two sons, Michael D. (Robin) Thompson of Milford
Benjamin E. Archer of the home; four step-children, Michelle
(Les) Clayton of
Middleburg, Teressa (Randy) Snedagar of Westerville,
and Jared (Erin) Archer
and Jacob (Katie) Archer, both of Marysville;
six grandchildren; sisters, Joe
Ella (Gene) Evilsizor, Joy Couch, Judith
(Bill) Chapman and Linda (Mike)
Gordon; a brother, Raymond L. Herd; and
many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles,
There will be no calling hours or funeral services.
contributions may be made to the Benjamin Archer College Fund
in care of the
Delaware County Bank, 108 S. Main St., Marysville, OH
43040 or in care of
Ingram Funeral Home which is completing her arrangements.
ROBERT F. "SONNY" HOFFMAN
Robert F. "Sonny" Hoffman Jr., 70, of Marysville,
afternoon, May 8, 2007, at his residence surrounded by his
He was a retired farmer.
He was born March 29, 1937, in Union
County, to the late Robert F. Sr.
and Clarabelle Piper Hoffman. He also was
preceded in death by three
brothers, Frank, Marvin, and Dick, and two
sisters, Carrie and Hazel.
He was married Dec. 17, 1955, at the Church of
Christ in Christian Union
in Urbana, to the former Evelyn I. Cook. She
survives, as do their
children, Michael L. (Tonda L. ) Hoffman of Marysville,
Hoffman and Cindy Hoffman of Milford Center, Tony (Lisa) Hoffman
Middleburg, Rosa (Bill) Wibley of West Mansfield, Joyce (Ray) Huff
Charles (Teresa) Hoffman of Logan, and Paul (Ruth) Hoffman and
(Dave) Hays of Plumwood; 29 grandchildren; 24
brothers, John (Judy) Hoffman of Mechanicsburg, Dan
(Helen) Hoffman of
Marysville, Vern Hoffman of Belle Center, and Dennis
Plumwood; and sisters, Janet Cook of Mechanicsburg, and Dolly Knox
Calling hours will be Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Ingram
Graveside services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the
Milford Center Cemetery.
JUDITH EMMA PARTHEMORE
Parthemore, 62, died Monday, May 7, 2007, at her residence.
A graduate of
Northwestern High School in Raymond, she was employed at
National City Bank
in the Trust Department.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ray and
Elva Parthemore, and a brother, Bert.
She is survived by her sisters,
Karla Dotson, Joyce Parthemore and
Kathie Parthemore; a brother, Gordon
Parthemore; a special
brother-in-law, Jim Goble; and numerous nieces and
Calling hours will be Friday from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Westhill Church
Christ, 3220 Sullivant Ave., Columbus, where funeral services
follow at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Rick Baumberger officiating.
will be in Fairview McDonald Cemetery, McDonald
Arrangements are being handled by Jerry Spears Funeral Home, 2693
Broad St., Columbus.
JUANITA EILEEN STEINHELFER
Steinhelfer, 58, of Marysville, died Tuesday morning, May
8, 2007, at the
Cleveland Clinic from complications of leukemia. She had
been under treatment
there for six weeks.
She was employed at the Transportation Research Center
near East Liberty
for 29 years, where she worked as a marketing coordinator
health deteriorated in September.
She was a member of the Church
of God, an International Community, where
she served in various roles
including church pianist. Her engaging
personality won her many close friends
and her talent in art, sculpture,
and music brought her great admiration from
those who knew her.
She was born March 2, 1949, in Marysville, to the late
Margaret Helm Renner.
On Sept. 3, 1982, she married Donald
Laban Steinhelfer at the home of
the bridegroom's grandparents in Huntsville.
They have enjoyed a happy
marriage of more than 24 years. She also is
survived by two daughters,
Laura A. (Jeff) Schmidt of Wichita, Kan., and
Heather R. (Phil) Wolford
of Richwood; and two grandchildren, Phillip Wolford
of Richwood, and
Delaney Lian Schmidt of Wichita.
Calling hours will be
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Ingram Funeral Home.
A private graveside service
will be held Friday at Huntsville Cemetery, Huntsville.
LEWIS E. POLAND
Lewis E. Poland, 65, of Russells Point, died Friday, May 4,
He grew up in Rosedale and was a 1960 graduate of Union Local Schools
Milford Center. He worked for many years at Ranco Control in Plain
He was a member of the Moose Lodge and the Eagles. He enjoyed
He was born July 2, 1941, in Rosedale, the son of the
late Victor and
Sue Collinsworth Poland. He also was preceded in death by a
Ronald, and a granddaughter, McKenna.
He is survived by his son,
Michael Poland of Irwin; two grandchildren,
Chase and Kierra; his brother,
Howard (Dee) Poland of Powell, and
numerous other relatives and friends.
gathering of family and friends will be held today from 5 to 7 p.m. at
Skillman, McDonald & Vernon Funeral Home in Mechanicsburg, where
services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m., with Pastor Ron Payne
Burial will follow in Guy Cemetery.
Condolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gregory A. Sedgwick, 58, of Horse Shoe, N.C., died Monday, April
2007, when the vehicle he was driving was crushed by trees during
storms in North Carolina.
A 1966 graduate of Marysville High School
and a graduate of The Ohio
State University, he moved to Horse Shoe after
retiring from Arvin
Meritor in Troy, Mich.
He was a veteran of the Vietnam
War and retired from the Army National Guard.
He was an avid golfer,
champion Monopoly player, a member of the
American Legion in Hendersonville
and Brevard, N.C., and a proud member
of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots
He was the son of the late Robert Clell Sedgwick and Betty Jo
He is survived by his loving wife, Margo D. Sedgwick; two
(Katya) Sedgwick of Houston, Texas, and Marc Campbell of Troy,
four grandchildren, Karla, Alexis, James and Mark of Houston;
brothers, Evan Sedgwick of Urbana, David Sedgwick of Olympia, Wash.,
Robert (Sandra) Sedgwick of Citrus Heights, Calif.; two sisters,
(Jim) Black of Marysville, and Rebecca (Mike) Tyne of Galena; aunts
uncles, Grace Ann and Paul Wood and Diane and Charlie Modena, all
Marysville, and Nell Rea of Raymond; and many loving nieces,
cousins, and friends.
The family will hold private celebrations
of the deceased's life at later dates.
In the deceased's memory, please
honor those who serve our country.
GERMAN HENRY WELLS
Wells, 73, of Urbana, and Dunedin, Fla., died unexpectedly
April 26, 2007, at his residence.
He worked at Mason and Lawrence Ribstone
Silos in Urbana.
He was born Sept. 7, 1933, in Johnson County, Ky., a son of
Willis Jennings and Anna Litteral Wells.
Survivors include his
wife, Lydia Margaret Collinsworth Wells whom he
married Dec. 20, 1952; one
daughter, Debra Ann (Rolando) DeArmas of Palm
Harbor, Fla.; two sons, H.
Kevin (Nicholina) Wells of Valrico, Fla., and
Dale K. (Kathleen) Wells of
Dayton; two brothers, William (Nancy) Wells
of Richwood, and Bob Litteral of
Paintsville, Ky.; two sisters, Ann
Darragh of Tallahassee, Fla., and Helen
Rice of Mt. Sterling, Ky.; eight
grandchildren, Brad, Kerrie, Emily, Lauren,
Jacob and Evan Wells, all of
Ohio, and Larry Wells and Devin DeArmas of
Florida; a niece, Brenda
Jarvis of Woodstock, Va.; a sister-in-law, Myrtle
Eberwein of Piqua; and
several other nieces, nephews and cousins.
hours were Tuesday, May 1, at the Walter-Shoedinger Funeral
where funeral services were held Wednesday, May 2.
Burial was at Highland
Memorial Cemetery, West Liberty.
EVELYN ELAINE LOUDERMILK
Evelyn Elaine Loudermilk, 76, of Milford Center,
died Tuesday, May 1,
2007, at the Memorial Hospital of Union County emergency
She retired from the Columbus Dispatch advertising section
She was a loving mother and doting grandmother
who will be dearly missed
by all who knew her.
She was born April 10,
1931, in Delaware, to the late Harold and Clara
Kirts Schaffer. She also was
preceded in death by her husband, Lester E.
Loudermilk, in 2002, and an
infant daughter, Lavonna D. Loudermilk.
She is survived by her children,
Christopher (Carol) Loudermilk of
Richwood, Celia (Michael) Roberts of
Edgewood, Md., and Candice
Loudermilk and her fiancé Terry South of Milford
grandchildren, Benjamin and Heather Loudermilk, Nisha
Stanford), Vicki (Ducarmel Augustin), Mick and Michelle Roberts,
Crabtree Jr., and Taleah, Ellen, Mattie and Matthew Jr. DeMatteo;
great-grandson, Noah Mandel Stanford; sisters, Geraldine Silcott
Worthington, and Norma Wittibslager of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; and
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Calling hours will be
Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at Ferguson Funeral Home,
Plain City, where funeral
services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. Burial
will be at Forest Grove
Memorial contributions may be made to the National Heart
MICHELLE LYNN MESSENGER
Michelle Lynn Messenger, 43, of
Forest, died Wednesday, May 2, 2007, at
Riverside Methodist Hospital,
She had lived in the Forest area for the past 11 years. She
child care for many children and enjoyed doing crafts and
with the Silver Creek Sliders Horse 4-H Club.
spending time with her friends and family.
She was born June 13, 1963, in
Marysville, the daughter of Elza "Duke"
Gregory and Linda Parsons Gregory
Bertram. She was preceded in death by
her father, father- and mother-in-law,
Calvin and Nellie Messenger;
grandfather and grandmother, Howard and Goldie
grandmother, Mabel Sherfy.
She is survived by her husband,
Marshall Messenger of Forest; a
daughter, Amanda Draper of Forest; her mother
of Bluffton, Ind.;
stepmother, Phyllis Gregory of West Mansfield; three
(Pamela) Gregory of Bluffton, David Bertram of Chicago, and
of West Mansfield; a sister, Melinda Draper of West Mansfield;
brothers-in-law, Wayne (Carol) Messenger and Jay (Kathy) Messenger
Forest, and Marvin (Cheryl) Messenger of Boston; a
Barbara (Richard) Sladick of Sarasota, Fla.; an aunt, Nancy
Augenstein of Marysville; 20 nieces; 23 nephews; and many cousins
other family members and friends.
Calling hours will be Friday, May
11, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Bridgeport
Church in Dunkirk, where memorial services
will follow at 6 p.m. with
Pastor Greg King officiating. Burial will be
Saturday, May 12, at 11
a.m. at Oakdale Cemetery, Marysville.
are in charge of Price Funeral Home, 123 N. Main St.,
Memorial contributions may be made to the family in care of the
Condolences may be expressed at email@example.com.
ILA M. POLING SHUMAN
Ila M. Poling Shuman, 85, of Brooklyn, Ohio, died
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
She was born Jan. 1, 1922, in Lancaster, to
the late Homer and Nellie
Hilliard Poling. She was the devoted wife of the
late Ralph Palmer and
the late Bernard Shuman.
She was the beloved mother
of Jack (Jean) of Brooklyn, and Richard
(Mary) Palmer of Chardon; dear
grandmother of four; great-grandmother of
six; and cherished sister of
Private services will be held.
Arrangements are in charge of Busch
Funeral Home, 7501 Ridge Road, Parma.
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