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Chancy L. Christy
of Memorial Hospital of Union County for 18 years and received his 2,000-hour volunteer pin through the hospital. Many of those hours were spent volunteering at the Rich-wood Civic Center of which he was a member. He enjoyed coon and deer hunting. He was bom Dec. 27, 1912, in Graysville to the late Robert McClennan "Mac" and Isadore Arbell Byers Christy and was predeceased by four brothers and three sisters. He is survived by his wife, more...
Mary Marie Cole
officiating. Burial will be in ______CLai~b.our.nfi__ Cemetery, near------------------ _ . Ą Hi BFH one.hour before service Friends may call at___________after___________m________ favorite charity Arthritis Foundation Crisp-Coon F. H., Winterhaven, Fla , 10. ,19 L more...
Miles A. "Archie" Cox
ed unexpectedly Thursday, March 7, 1996, at Memorial Hospital of Union County. He was employed by Marion Power Shovel for 36 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Richwood VFW and the Union County Coonhunters Club. He was bom Feb. 19,1923, in Morgan County,Ky.,to the late JamesD. and Hattie Ross Cox. He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Reese Cox, whom he married more...
Vernon E. "Gene" Cunningham
a veteran of the U. S. Army during World War II serving overseas in England. †After that he worked as a carpenter for many years for Harris Jolliff Michael. †He also worked as a farmer. †He was a member of the West Mansfield Coon Hunters Club and Pheasants Forever. †He enjoyed Hunting and going on fox drives years ago. †In his leisure time he enjoyed visiting and talking with friends at the Fork in the Road Restaurant in Somersville. He is survi more...
Virgil L. Green
d often be seen fishing off Sanders Road by the creek, catching catfish. †He kept a record in a binder each year of how many fish were caught and what type. †He also enjoyed deer hunting in Caldwell and trapping muskrats and coon for the hides. †Virgil took pride in his lawn and always mowed at least twice a week, and more often when it rained. †He enjoyed gardening and canning many fruits and vegetables from the garden with his grandson, hunter more...
Larry R. Hamilton
ol in 1956, and then went on to serve in the Air National Guard for 3 years. After his service, Larry worked for Honda of America and the Whirlpool Corporation, as well as farming on the side. Larry loved to hunt and fish, coon hunting in particular, and was known to pitch horseshoes every now and then. Larry was very kind and helpful person, always putting other peopleís needs and wants before his own. Heíll be greatly missed as a grandfather; more...
Steven Thomas "Bones" Hamilton
Thomas "Bones" Hamilton, 54, of Richwood, died Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2005 at Doctors West Hospital in Columbus. Mr. Hamilton was a construction worker. He was a member of the Waldo Fish and Game Club and Hardin County Coon Hunters Club. He was born Nov. 1, 1950, in Marion, to John T. Hamilton Jr. and Ethel M. Stansbery Hamilton. His father is deceased and his mother, now Ethel Kuba, survives. He also is predeceased by a sister, Sue Fields. more...
Leo J. Haughn
upation of Deceased -retired Marathon Oil Distributor r-etir.ing i.n-1974 Owned and operated Haughn Market in Claihourne for many years Church, Lodges, Societies Grace Chapel IL M. Church; taught,.. Sunday .School; Union Co. Coon Hunters Club---------------------------------------- Date of Birth fogy Oct 9. 1908____ Place of Birth_Union Co.-------- Fatherís Name William g Haughn____________________________Living ( ) Deceased (% Motherís Maiden Na more...
Francis Edward "Ed," "Smokey Joe" Hendrickson
wood died Wednesday, Dec. 17,2003, at his home surrounded by his family. He had worked as a mechanic, working on small engines at his former hop in Claibourne. He farmed for John Wiley and enjoyed arrowhead unting, trapping, coon hunting, fishing, auto racing, playing euchre and landing time on his CB radio. Family was very important to him and is grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the light of his life. He was predeceased by his parents, more...
James Reece Hoffman
James Reece Hoffman, 79, died at his rural Richwood residence Wednesday morning, Feb. 15, 1995. He had been in failing health for two years. The area farmer was a member of York United Methodist Church, Union County Coonhunters Club, served as ASC Central Committeeman, and was a former school board member at Jackson. York, and Byhalia. He was very active in the 4-H program, and was an advisor for the Young Yankee Yorkers for 32 years. The Jackson more...
Ira Donald Johnson
LaRue, he was the son of the late Ralph and Emma Grace (Stiverson) Johnson. He married Geneva Isabella (Sousley) Johnson on May 6, 1930, and she preceded him in death on May 28, 1991. Mr. Johnson was a retired farmer and raccoon hunter, a member of the New Bloomington United Methodist Church, Marion County Farm Bureau, and a charter member of the Meeker Sportsman Club. He is survived by a son, Ralph David Johnson, of Sycamore, Illinois; and six more...
Ira Donald Jr. Johnson
Johnson Ira Donald Jr., 43 375 W. High St. New Bloomington He died Dec 25, 1973 11:30 p.m. Tuesday near Espyville while coon hunting. He was born Sept. 27, 1930 in New Bloomington to Ira Donald and Geneva Isabelle Sousley Johnson. They both survive at Espyville Road North. On April 7, 1956 he was married to Geraldine Irene Perkins Smith and she survives. Also surviving are two sons Mark and Douglas, a daughter Lea Ann all at home and a brother D more...
Gerald "Gary" Ledley
the major holiday family get-togethers at their home as he enjoyed the nieces and nephews exploring the farm on the gator or golf cart. As he was growing up, he learned at a very young age from his father how to hunt, trap, coon hunt and fish and continued doing these things until his health declined. †He and his father shared a love of guns and ran a gun shop part time for many years. He was a charter member of the Richwood Gun & Game Club. †H more...
Gary E. Liggett
loved his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is survived by his wife, Alice (Klahn) Liggett, whom he married August 5, 1967; two sons, Glenn Liggett, Marysville; Gregg (Rachel) Liggett, Marysville; two sisters, Judy Coons, Bellefontaine; Carola Munz, Niceville, Florida; grandchildren, Linsay (Michael Knapp) Liggett, Courtney Liggett; and great-grandchildren, Linaya, Brayden, Casen and Linden; nephew Raymond Miller was especially supporti more...
Bernie McElroy
d 9 half-siblings. He was a member of the Richwood Church of Christ as well as the Richwood VFW. †He had been involved with the little league in Richwood when his boys were playing. †Bernie was a member of the Marion County Coon Hunters, and had bowled in the former Richwood Athletic Club League. †He was known as a very accomplished gardener, always keeping himself busy tending to his vegetables. †He also enjoyed Hunting and fishing. †Bernie cou more...
Edgar "Ed" McMahan
mer, member and trustee of the Somersville Friends Church, a true sportsman, he cherished his pheasant hunting trips to Nebraska and fishing trips to Canada with friends. Ed was a longtime member of the Northern Union County Coonhunters Club, where he was instrumental organizing the yearly fox drives. Past member of the Richwood Fair Board, past Byhalia -York PTA President, avid Cleveland Browns and Indians fan, and in the last years really enjoy more...
Conner Ann Miller
e showed rabbits and was a member of the Jr. Fair Board. Conner also enjoyed the time she spent hunting with her family and friends, it was always a special time of the year when her family from West Virginia came to Ohio to coon hunt. She will be remembered for her glorious smile that would light up a room and for her love of her family, especially her nephews and niece. Surviving along with her parents are her sister: Katie (Justin South) Mil more...
Vernon Eugene "Fuzz" Mount
es sustained in an automobile accident. He was born October 2, 1963 in Marion to Vernal and Shirley (Thacker) Mount. He had worked for Harry Knott Construction in Marion. †An avid outdoorsman, Vernon loved hunting deer and coon and particularly liked bow hunting. †He also went fishing anywhere he could get to. †For the last couple of years, he enjoyed camping with his family at the Hickory Grove Campground. He is survived by his mother, Shirle more...
Henry Lark Nelson
t the Morrow Manor Nursing Home in Chesterville. A veteran of the Army during World War II, he had worked at Sims Fertilizer Plant in Mt. Gilead for 20 years. He was a lifetime member of the N.R.A. An avid hunter, especially coon hunting, he attended the Kenton coon Trials for more than 40 years. He was born Aug. 31, 1920, in Portsmouth, to the late Boone and Luemma Williams Nelson. He was first married to Audrey Marie Malone on May 15, 1946, and more...
Merlin H. Nelson
former Mary Ann Shuler and she survives. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War 11 and retired from Marion Power Shovel in 1985 after 32 years. lie was a member of the Somersville Friends Church, VFW Post 870, Hardin County Coonhunters Club and the 20-Year Club from Marion Power Shovel. Also surviving are two children, Danny Nelson, Richwood; and Linda Nelson, Richwood; two brothers, Henry Nelson, Mount Gilead, and George Nelson, Blue Creek; fou more...
Dock J. Newsome
e, Anthony Newsome; half sisters Armina Newman, Cora Moore, Martha Newsome and Golda Tackett are deceased. Mr. Newsome worked for Ryder-Heil Bronze as a foundry foreman for 44 years. He was a life member of the Hardin County Coon Hunters Club, he loved gardening, Hunting and fishing. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 20, 2004, at 11 a.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in LaRue. Burial will be in the LaRue Cemetery. Friends may call at t more...
Robert Ray Roshon
ren and four great-grandchildren. Two brothers are deceased. Mr. Roshon was a self-employed farmer and painter, a veteran. of World War II service in the Army, member of Post 3333 VFW Kenton and a member of the Hardin County Coon Hunters Club. Funeral services will be, held Friday, March 27,1998, at 11 a.m. at-the' Stofcheck Funeral Home in LaRue. Minister will be Chaplain Ken Roshon. Burial will be in the LaRue Cemetery. Graveside mili- tary r more...
Milford "Mif" Shuster
ployee of Commercial Steel Co., Marion, Shuster became known in the area for calling square distances for more than 60 years. He was also member of the Marseilles United Methodist Church, Painter Creek Grange and the Hepburn Coon Hunters Club. Shuster is also survived by one son, Armond Shuster, LaRue, one daughter. Mrs. Ronald (Nancy) Rowe, Kenton, six grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. He was proceeded in death by one brother, two siste more...
John E. Tull
Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus He was born June 14, 1953 in Lima to the late Virgil and Bessie (Gilbert) Tull John had been a truss builder for Contract Builders in Marysville, lifetime member of the Hardin County Coon Hunters Club; he also enjoyed fishing and watching TV On February 9, 1980 in Kenton he married Joy Elaine (Smith) and she survives, also surviving are children: John (Misti) Tull II of Marysville, Rhonda (Ryan) Foley of more...
John J. Watkins
How Long 111 seriously ill li yrs Occupation of Deceased_retired farmer_______________________________ Church, Lodges, Societies Prospect United Meth. Church j member of Prospect, Richwood and Delaware Senior Citizens; avid coon hunter Date of Birth---December 20, 1-906------ Place of Birth------Delaware Co.------ Fatherís Name Watkin E. ttattdcx Watkins_____________Living ( ) Deceased (x) Motherís Maiden Name Bessie G. Fleming_______________Liv more...

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