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Kelton W. Beltz
Kelton William Beltz, 20 of rural Prospect left this earth on February 8, 2016.  He was born May 4, 1995 in Delaware to Vernon and Stacie (Reese) Beltz. Kelton attended Elgin High School where he soared because of an amazing educator, Diana Hudson Carr Napier.  He also attended Tri-Rivers Career Center where he blazed a path, leaving many memories in the hearts of those in his cosmetology class and throughout his VICA Chapter and the school. He more...
Laura Bell Brown
She died Aug 12, 1973 at 1 a.m. Sunday at her home. A ruling is expected from the Marion County coroner on the cause of death.  She was born May 28, 1920, in  Indiana to Henry and Anna B. (Gerber) Smith. He survives in Michigan and she in Richmond, Ind. She married Donald F. Brown May 30, 1947, in Albany, N. Y. They lived hi the LaRue area for 16 years. He survives. Also surviving is a foster son Donny at home; a brother Henry of California; fou more...
Pauline Clement
ried James Clement on August 13, 1943. Jim shipped out the first week of September 1943 and he was in the Night Fighter Squadron at Sardinia, and island off Italy and his plane went down on May 1, 1944. She never remarried because she thought that Jim might not be dead since the army didn’t find his body or plane. Pauline worked at the Marion Depot then when it moved to Columbus, she drove from Marion for 36 years. Pauline helped many neighbors more...
Patricia Diane Clinger
ed Methodist Church. The 4th grade student at Marseilles School died at 11:17 a.m. Wednesday in Marion's Community Memorial Hospital after an illness of only a few days. At autopsy was to be performed to determine the, exact cause of death. She was born Sept. 9, 1963, in Upper Sandusky. Surviving besides her parents are three brothers, Ronald Jr., Carl and Daniel, two sisters, Lynn and Lisa and grand-parents, Wayne Evans and Mrs. Phyllis Evans, b more...
Roger Burke Evans
ept Roger on his job knowing the disease was becoming a problem but never put him out of a job. Roger's family would like to thank Aaron for all that he has done for them and the deep care and understanding of Alzheimer's. Because of him Roger kept going for a couple extra years that he might not have gotten if he had not been working. Roger was the family's handyman; from building sandboxes to the pole barn he built with his son-in-law, he alwa more...
Rolland E. "Rod" Farrington
l his life, he was also a truck driver and heavy equipment operator.  He loved motorcycles and could fix anything with an engine. Rod was as fun-loving as the day is long, but his life was chock full of family and friends because Rod valued people more than anything else in life.  Although he had two daughters he adored, Rod was like a father to many, especially his dear friend and neighbor, Kurt (Gertie) Lausecker and family.  His sincere loyal more...
Dorothy M. Gerfen
a 25-year 4-H advisor and served on the Mnrion County Advisory Board and was past president of. the Marion County Extension Home-makers Club. She helped organize the first Kindergarten in Marion County at Prospect School. Because of her keen interest in history, she was an active member of the Marion County Historical Society and helped compile the County History Book. She was a member of Prospect Senior Citizens, Bethlehem Grange for 65 years, more...
Kathryn Ann Hook
uneral Home in Richwood and later in LaRue. During the time she was a ‘working woman’, she was also a wife, mother and public figure in her own right, giving of her time, energy, musical talent and cooking ability to myriad causes, including The Grange, Treasurer for Union County Democrats, President of Ladies’ Guild of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in LaRue, Organist for St. Joseph’s Church for 45 years, Music Club of Richwood, Girl Scout and Tr more...
John Franklin Isler
pect, died May 3, 1996.  He was born January 18, 1918 in Prospect to the late Milton S. and Amy L. (Roberts) Isler. He was a farmer his entire life.  He was active in several organizations, which are omitted here because an original obituary cannot be found. On Feb. 14, 1939 he married the former Dorothy Laucher. He is survived by four sons, don (Cathy) Isler, Prospect; Gene (Karen) Isler, Delaware; William (Kathy) Isler, Prospect; Ric more...
John Allen Hoskins
Citizens Hall of Fame for his significant contributions to the community after reaching the age of 60. John was a member of the American Foreign Service Association.  As a former diplomat, John advocated for Foreign Service causes.  He attended the annual US Department of State  Foreign Service Day in Washington, DC and visited the Ohio Congressional Delegation on Capitol Hill on behalf of the American Foreign Service Association, advocating for more...
DeLynn Kale
in Kenton to the late Elmer and Evonda (Virden) Kale. On March 9, 1985 he married the former Eilene Gray and she survives. Community involvement was the cornerstone of DeLynn’s life.  When he lent his support to a group or cause, he did it with his whole heart.  Giving was a way of life for him and his broad community reach has been felt by many. He and his wife, Eilene have owned and operated Kale Marketing near Richwood since its inception i more...
Peggy Evelyn Daugherty Knickel
own Reading Center and taught children from the area to be successful readers. While tutoring a young boy who was having difficulty managing reading skills, the child’s mother stated that she wanted him to be a good reader because she herself did not know how to read. Peggy taught both and they received their tutoring as a "two for the price of one" package. Peggy loved children and not having any of her own, gave her love and attention to every more...
Cheryl Lynn Oehler
ch child’s Kindergarten year which were to be opened upon their graduation from high school. She attended many graduation parties where the students opened the time capsule. She is a great loss to the teaching profession because she impacted all those she touched. With great love for children, she wonderfully loved, nurtured, molded and educated so many children to believe they could be a success at whatever they wanted to become. No matter wha more...
William L. "Bill" Parrott
ildren play sports or hunting with the grandsons.   He was adamant about giving back to his community and instilled that attitude in his children. He enjoyed golfing with his friends and played in numerous outings for worthy causes over the years.  He was a member of the OSU Women’s Basketball Rebound Club. He was a season ticket holder for the OSU Women’s basketball team for over 25 years and enjoyed watching them play. He was a wise mentor to m more...
Bertha Mae Shirk
ate Harry Orville and Ethel Mae (Overfield) LeVan. She was a homemaker and a member of the Calvary Bible Baptist Church.  Bertha was a sweet and mild person who battled arthritis without self-pity for 50 years.  Because of her relationship with Jesus Christ, she is in Heaven now. On Feb 7, 1948 she married Thomas A. Shirk, who survives. In addition to her husband, she is survived by 2 sons, Tom B. (Rebecca S.) Shirk, Waldo; Leonard R more...
Paula A. Swafford
od.  She was a coffee connoisseur and there would always be a pot of fresh coffee in the house.  She adored her movie collection to which she would add often. Family members would often joke about not having to buy a movie because Mom already had it and they could borrow that from her.  Her ability to stay awake for extended period of hours was exemplary. She would often work a full late night shift immediately followed by a visit to her family m more...
Clarence Wilbur Trumbo
The death of Clarence Wilbur Trumbo, 71, retired farmer of rural LaRue, is attributed to natural causes by Marion County Coroner Dr. Robert T. Gray. The day of death is believed to be Friday or Saturday, Feb 7, 1975. Last seen Thursday, he was found dead Tuesday after the postal deliveryman informed neighbors mail had accumulated at the home where Mr. Trumbo reside. The Marion County Sheriff's office was called to investigate. The body was disco more...
Mable G. Watkins
any. Crocheting, knitting, embroidery work of extreme beauty, sewing, baking, especially angle food cakes, excellent cook, and at the age of eighty she began writing poetry.  All these talents were acquired over many years because she was always willing to try and would never accept defeat. She leaves a legacy to admire.  She belonged to the Jolly Joysters for many years and treasured their friendships. Mable is survived by three children; Sara B more...
Mildred Lucile Burdge Weist Beck Wenig
Green Township, 1924-1925. Taught fourth grade in LaRue Consolidated Schools 1925-1927. In 1928, 1933, she taught in Marion City at Vernon Heights and Forest Lawn Elementary schools. She married in 1933 and could not teach because she was a married woman. In 1952, married women could teach so she returned to teaching and retired with 30 years of service in 1974. She was a member of the LaRue United Methodist Church, Mary Martha Circle, the Mary L more...

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