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Berkeley "Bud" M. Smith
Berkeley "Bud" M. Smith, 88, of Richwood, died peacefully on Thursday evening, January 24, 2020 at home. Berkeley Mulvaine Smith was born August 6, 1931 to the late Mildred (Mulvaine) and Berkeley Smith. He was preceded in death by his wife, Janice on January 23, 2019 and granddaughter Camma Rees. Bud was a Marion Harding High School graduate; served in the US Air Force. He was involved in several business endeavors which included the more...


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Audrey Emma Trapp Bevis
n, Kenneth (Teresa) Bevis, Richwood; son-in-law, Jim Stierhoff, Bellville; two sisters, Louis Mueck, Richwood; Yolah Hastings, Richwood; sister-in-law, Frances Trapp, Galena; grandchildren, Rosemary Price, Penni Smith, Beth (Bud) Yoder, Will (Laurie) Wilson, Johnna (Wes) Arnott, Amy (Matt) Rini, Holly (Ted) Ebelberger, Wendy Wilson, Jon (Joni) Stierhoff, Ernie (Cindi) Jamison Jr., Dan (Tanya) Smith, Jennifer (Eric) Ballenger, Dr. Becky (Kenn) McF more...
Sadie Clark
RICHWOOD - Sadie Clark, 60. Marion, died Tuesday November 16, 1995 at her residence. Born Aug. 22, 1935, in Logan. W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Bud and Denny Marie (Meade) Chafin. On Oct. 16, 1951, she married Lawrence Clark, and he died June 26. 1978. She was retired from the former Marion Tecumseh Products. She is survived by two sons, Lawrence Clark Jr. and Frank Clark, both Marion: two daughters, Donna  Rice  and  Mrs.  Robert (Ka more...
Virginia G. Cooley
Virginia G. Cooley, 78, of Byhalia died unexpectedly Saturday, Feb. 23, 2002, at her home. She was a member of the York United Methodist Church and the Progessive Buds Garden Club and a past officer of the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs. She especially enjoyed her flower gardens and feeding birds in the winter. She was born July 27, 1923, in Peoria to the late Gertrude Hoagland Smith and was predeceased by a grandson, Craig Cooley. She married more...
Jaycob Robert Fox
ysville. He had just started his senior year at North Union High School.  Jaycob loved hunting and playing video games.  He enjoyed his music and his close group of friends, and their "sessions" together.  He loved his dog, Buddy and their walks together.  He was employed by Jeff and Pattie Coe, working in their ice cream trailer this summer. He is survived by his mother, Tina Marie (Bump) (Yancy) Smith, Richwood; his father, Robert L. Fox Jr., more...
Reah Dale Fryman
ed on the farm until 1950 when she moved into Richwood on East Ottawa, where she resided with her sister, Mildred Glass, and family. She was the last of her family, also being predeceased by brothers and sisters. Perry "Bud" Fryman, Clarice Fryman, Pauline Neel, Mildred Glass and Evelyn Johnson. She was the only member of her family to live until the age of 90. Surviving are Pauline's children, Harold (Juanita) Neel of Prospect, Barbara more...
Doris Luella Gilliam
at Marion General Hospital.  She was born Oct 13, 1922 in Prospect, OH to Ross L. Thomas and Helen Smith Thomas, both deceased. She was retired from Tecumseh as a shop steward. On Nov 22, 1946 she married Henry "Bud" Gilliam, who died in May of 2002. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Marysville, and the UAWCIO.  She loved to fish, go bowling and especially loved singing. She is survived more...
Carolyn L. Goins
 She is also survived by three daughters, Linda Aline (Alan) Townsend, Dallas, GA; Cheryl Ann Simpson, Greenville, SC; Michelle Erline Clark, Marion,OH; a son, Lee Alan (Dani) Goins, Upper Sandusky, OH; a sister, Janice E. (Bud) Smith of Union County and 6 grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by a son, Christopher Alan Wolfe. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 30, 2009 at 11:00 AM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwoo more...
Raymond "Bud" Hastings
Raymond "Bud" Hastings, 71, died at 12:35 a.m. today March 24, 1975 at his home on Dry Lane Road, LaRue,   followng   a   two-year illness. He was a farmer and had served as a special deputy sheriff under LeRoy Retterer and later worked for the State Highway Department. Mr. Hastings was a aative of LaRue. Surviving are his widow, Helen Longberry Hastings; 2 daughters, Mrs. Charles (Patsy) Morgan of LaRue and Mrs. Harold (Lynn) Smith o more...
G. Louise "Weezie" Jordan
1932 in Union County to the late Earl and Beckie (Morgan) Piper. On July 10, 1950 she married Charles Jordan in Richmond, Indiana, and he died September 4, 1994.  She was also preceded in death by brothers, Everett, Robert, Bud and Richard; sisters, Dorothy, Clarabelle, Nellie, Josephine and Ella Mae; and a daughter, Sandra Kay Jordan-McClure. She was a woman of strong faith, with family at the center of her life.  A homemaker in the truest sen more...
Leo Charles Kimble
l) Kimble of Stephens City, VA, Linda S. Smith of Marion, and Teresa M. Kimble of Columbus. Twelve Grandchildren and Fifteen Great Grandchildren.    He was preceded in death by daughter Nancy Lee Kessler and brother Desmond (Bud) Carlyse. Mr. Kimble was an Industrial Engineer working for  Swan Hose, veteran of W W II service in the U S Navy.  He graduated from Ada High School, and attended Northwestern School of Commerce in Lima.  Member of St. more...
Vernon C. Kinsler Jr.
uild anything. He assisted in the creation of the New Bloomington Volunteer Fire Department. He was also a member of the Moose Lodge and the American Legion. He was an avid golfer and racecar fan. He traveled with his racing buddies to 37 Indianapolis 500 races and followed the NASCAR circuit all over the country often parking his camper at the track and driving his car home until the next race. Funeral Services will be Saturday November 27, 201 more...
Robert Leighty Jr.
on Grandchildren: Dominic Leighty, Devin Van Horne, Alexander Van Horne, Dealen Smith, Inndicia Smith, Hennasee Smith, Kaimin Damron, Mary Damron, Sabastian Helton, Christian Helton and Brook-Lynn Leighty, Siblings:  Albert "Bud" (Francene) Gubernath of Minnesota and Bobbie Jean (Steve) McKinniss of Marion numerous nieces and nephews Sister-in-law: Gigi Gubernath of Georgia and his "other kids", his prized dogs, Coke, Bullie and Lilbit A Celebra more...
Marleah Lois Smith
ry 17, 2107 at Brookdale of Marysville. She was born January 23, 1933 in Dearborn, Michigan to the late Harold and Helen (Bolz) Webster, she was also preceded by her husband Jerry Smith, siblings: Ruth (Ken) Austin, Harold "Bud" (Caroline) Webster, Helen (Jack) Stubbs, Marge (Larry) Lavitorie, Mary (Tom) Riley and Richard (Susan) Webster Marleah was known to her friends by her middle name of Lois and affectionately as "Lolo" by her hu more...
Linda McMahon
going to racetracks and casinos. She was a member of the American Legion Post 368 in Prospect, Post 605 in Waldo and Moose Lodge #889 in Marion. She is survived by her fiancée, John Privett and his family, Marion; two sons, Bud (Paula) McMahon, Richwood; Clancy (Christy) McMahon, Richwood; four daughters, Bev Kandel, Richwood; Debby Brown, Richwood, Connie (Matt) Haller, Richwood, Bobbie Jo (James) Allinder, Prospect; a brother, Jim Davis, Battl more...
Mary L. Meddles
rion where she had been consistantly recognized for the James Cash Penney award for community service.  She had also owned and operated Mary’s Beauty Bar in Prospect for many years. On December 26, 1952 she married Charles "Bud" Meddles in Dillon, South Carolina and he survives in Richwood.  She is also survived by a son, Paul L. (Sandra) Meddles, New Concord and their children, Erin and Jared Meddles; a daughter, Joan Creasap, Prospect and her more...
Sylvia E. Beeney Phelps
nd he died May 7, 1974, and she then married Carelton Phelps Aug. 17, 1977, and he died June 28, 1990. She is survived by a son, Ernest D. (Norma) Beeney of Richwood and Shirley A. (Bob) Jerew of Richwood; six grandchildren, Bud, Lynn, Karen, Doug, Pam and Scott; 14 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandson; two stepsons, Bruce (Marge) Phelps of Germantown and Mike (Sandy) Phelps of Amelia; a stepdaughter, Phyllis (John) Smith of Germantown; an more...
Mildred M. Smith Sager
awrence M. Sager - Married Nov 25, 1975 - died 1983 Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased ( ), When--------------------------- Surviving Children and Addresses___________________________________________ 1 son - Berkeley M. (Bud) Smith. Richwood________________________________ Osbun -1 step-dau-----Mrs. Evelyn Osbun -, -Daytona Beach, Fla.------------ 2 step-sons - Dr. William Sager, Ashland, Oregon; Lawrence Sager Plain City ^ Grandchildren and more...
Adam E. "Bud" Shuman
Richwood- Mayor Adam E. "Bud" Shuman, 67, died Wednesday evening May 22, 1991 at Marion General Hospital after a seven-month illness. The Urbana native was bom July 20, 1923, a son of the late Adam and Lelah Harrirnan Shuman. He retired in 1981 from employment with the Veternas Administration i in Washington D.C., after 40 years of service as procurement officer in the department of surgery and medicine in areas of planning and contra more...
Janice Smith
degree from Marion Technical College. She worked as a payroll specialist at the Marion Technical College for 20 years, retiring in 1996. Jan was a longtime, dedicated member of the Marion Grace Church. She married Berkeley (Bud) Smith on September 21, 1952 and they have enjoyed over 66 years of marriage. Her husband, Bud survives, also surviving are their children: Yayon (Stephen) Chapman, Apex NC; Pam Dell, Reynoldsburg; Sean (Sandy) Smith, Mt. more...
Cinda M. Speakman
n. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ray Speakman, they were married August 2, 1943 and he died July 15, 1991. Also preceding her in death were her siblings, Merlin ‘Muck’ Nelson, Henry ‘Shorty’ Nelson, George ‘Bud’ Nelson, Sarah Perrin, Mary Daniels, and Norma Smith. Cinda was a homemaker but when she was younger, she also worked for Abbotts in Prospect and at the Union County Home in Marysville. She was a member of the former So more...
Sandy Jean Thacker
David (Betty) Corbin, Wharton; four stepsisters, Mrs. Tim (Becky) McKinnis and Elaine Hensel, Marseilles, Mrs. Sam (Renee) Applefeller, Mount Victory, and Glenna Hensel, Kenton; two stepbrothers, Ed Cackler and Charles "Bud" Cackler, Ashley; and several nieces and nephews. Her father, Jesse, Thacker, and stepfather, Lester Hensel? are deceased. more...
Lou Victoria Wurtsbaugh
Wilda (Louis) Elliott of Richwood and June Henderson of the Sun-bridge Care Center; the best neighbors anyone ever had, David and Kathy Campbell and Kenny and Dorothy Webb of Marion; and will be greatly missed by her running buddy and special niece, Patty Henderson of Green Camp and good friend, Ella Gearhart of Nevada. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood. The Rev. Cindy Peel of the Church of more...
Nancy Lee Yoakam
nded illness. She was a homemaker who enjoyed knitting, crocheting and catfishing. She was born June 5, 1942, in Kenton to the late Perry and June Harriman Longshore. She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Francis "Bud" Yoakam whom she married Nov. 18, 1962 in Russells Point; two sons, Mike (Drudy) Yoakam of Marysville and Tony Yoakam and friend, Linda McCrary of Russells Point; a daughter, Penny (Tony) York of Bellefontaine; a gra more...

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