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Steve L. Ballinger
d shooting pool, weight-lifting and just enjoyed physical exercise.  He especially loved taking care of "Old Blue," his work van.  His children and grandchildren were the most important thing to Steve and brought him a great deal of joy. Besides his wife, he is survived by his son, Todd (Annie) Ballinger, Bellefontaine; his daughter, Lori (Donny) Connor, Gahanna; his grandchildren, Tanner, Ryan, Kacy and Ally; brother, David L. Ballinger, Marion more...
Frank E. Bauer
nd. and Buddy Wayne Bauer of Tampa, Fla.; three sisters, Roberta Isabel (John) Ransome of Marion, Rachel Barnes of Melbourne, Fla., and Dorothy (Paul) Field of Marion. Mr. Bauer was a farmer, did trucking and was a livestock dealer, was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theater, a life member of the William Britton Post 6817 VFW Mount Victory, member of the American Quarter Horse Association, American Haflinger Reg more...
Emma Josephine Cheney
two-week trips in a small travel trailer to 45 States. She enjoyed seeing her seven grandsons mature into their 20s and more recently, the thrill of 5 great-grandchildren. She was a tireless partner of her husband, John who dealt with a long battle with lymphoma in his retirement years, before passing away 18 years ago. They enjoyed countless trips back to Ohio over the years to stay close to sisters, brothers, friends, nieces, nephews and all e more...
Darwin Randall Clem
1968.  He began working in the agricultural fertilizer industry after moving to the Richwood community in 1977.  He drove truck for Scheiderer Transport Co., hauling milk and later for Ford Distributing, hauling for tractor dealerships.  He and Sue enjoyed traveling, having visited England and Scotland, as well as several states and many Civil War Battlefields.  He supported his grandchildren in school and sports events in which they were involv more...
Clevestine Cline
hristine Danielle (Kyle) Farley of Marion and Denver Lewis (Heather) Cline Jr. of Marion Grandchildren: Denver Lewis Cline III and Hannah E.C. Farley She enjoyed cooking, watching and analyzing movies, shopping for the best deals, gardening (tending to her very large garden), canning and freezing what she grew, taking care of her fruit trees, caring for her hummingbirds that came back every season, she always had one special dog in her life, and more...
Amy J. Pendleton Compton
son: Alex Compton, Columbus, three sisters: Susan (Paul) Schweinfurth, Shirley (John) Hyatt and Shari (Barry) Baxter all of Prospect, many nieces and nephews and her special canine friend and companion, Marlo. Amy worked at DealerPRO Training Solutions in Gahanna for the last 4 ˝ years, she enjoyed crafts and was very talented at repurposing things, cooking and baking. She had a soft spot in her heart for animals, but her true love in life was h more...
Larry Eugene Coons
Memorial Hospital Date of Death _M^ch 11, 1990 Sun, Delaware Hour of Death 10:00 P-m-_ How Long 111 several months Occupation of Deceased - Church, Lodges, Societies _York united Meth. Church Realtor most of his life and dealt in buying and selling horses Date of Birth Dec. 21, 1938 Father's Name Mother's Maiden Name If Living, Where - _ Place Of Birth York Center_ Charles Coons_Living ^} Deceased ( ) Martha Louise Brooks_Living 6s ) Decea more...
James A. Crager
mes E. and Emma (Mowell) Crager, he was also preceded in death by a son, Kenny Thompson, brother, Rick Crager and his only mother-in-law, Doris Bowers. He was a service manager for Goodyear/Hatfield Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep Dealership in London for over 40 yrs., growing up he helped on the family farm near Plain City. Along with his brother John, he enjoyed racing at the Marion County International Raceway, LaRue. He is survived by his wife of more...
Elmer L. "Tim" Creamer
ces and nephews. Five brothers, Theodore, Harry, Karl, Taylor, Albert Creamer and three sisters, Martha McElroy, Myrtle Thompson and Alice Campbell, are deceased. Mr. Creamer was a parts man at Kenton Implement, a John Deere dealer. He was a World War II veteran serving in the Army Air Corp. He was a m ember of Mount Victory Sportsman's Club, a volunteer fireman at Mount Victory, officiated basketball and was a member of the Ohio Sheep Breeders A more...
Warren Allan "Al" Crum
later known as All State Road Service.  As a talented mechanic, he was always willing to help family and people in need with their vehicle repairs. He is survived by a son, Brent Crum, Marion; two daughters, Valerie (Tracy) Deal, Fort Lauderdale; Cheryl (Teddy) Edwards, Marion; six grandchildren, Kyle (Katie) Daniels; Zachary Larick; Courtney Collins; Dustin Collins; Cory Deal; Austin Deal; three sisters, Eva Baker, Bethesda; Sue Clifford, Port more...
Richard C. Davis
ers, Jessica N. and Cheyenne N. Verbsky. He attended the Richwood High School and was a veteran of the Army. He had worked for Walt Hamilton at Hamilton's Junk Yard in Richwood and since 1972, he had worked for the Chevrolet dealership in Richwood first for Verne Thomas and then for the Mills family as a mechanic. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood with the Rev. Randy Davis officiating. Buri more...
Arthur Robert "Art" Gibson
was the son of the late Greer and Ruth (Cramer) Gibson. On July 30, 1944, he married Doris Daniels. She survives. The retired farmer at one time served on the advisory committee of the Production Credit Association and was a dealer with Clayton and Lambert Mfg. He lived in the LaRue are until 1959 and Marion until 1962, when he moved to Morrow County. Also surviving are a son, Larry A. Gibson, Galion; three daughters, Janice Strouse, Crestline, M more...
Robert Harrison
d in the Claibourne United Methodist Church in August of 1950. They lived on a dairy farm in Johnstown until November 1959 when they moved to a farm near Richwood. He raised sheep, hogs, and crops. He was a DeKalb Seed Corn dealer for many years. He also worked at the Marion Depot for several years and then at Scotts Lawn, and finally at Honda Manufacturing for over ten years as well as working his farm. He participated in community social even more...
Lowell E. Hetzner
aware. He was a 1949 graduate of Radnor High School and a 1953 gradate of the Ohio State University. He was an Air Force veteran. He as the owner and operator of Hetzner Marine since 1952, a mem-er of the Central Ohio Marine Dealers Association and the Antique Jutboard Motor Club and a lifetime member of the Marion Power quadron. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias Lodge in rospect, member and trustee of the Radnor Congregational United hur more...
Larry Joseph
determination and for many, it led to a career in art or teaching or both. One of his greatest accomplishments, along with his wife, was his vision and reality of Chapel Hill House, a retreat near Morral for families who are dealing with a child who has cancer. He will be missed. He was a loving son, husband, father, grandfather and teacher. He was born Sept. 15, 1946, in Pikeville, Ky., to Arnold and Marie Leslie Joseph and they survive in Prosp more...
Roy E. "Buck" Kilfian
on General Hospital He was born August 1, 1913 in Leesburg Township to the late John and Hattie Floretta (Almendinger) Kilfian Buck was a Veteran of the Army during WW II, he had worked for the former Gruber-Reidenbaugh Auto Dealership in Richwood for 26 yrs., and he was a member of the Richwood American Legion Baccarat Post 40, enjoyed fishing, going to auctions and doing crafts On November 1, 1974 he married Martha Louise (Henry) and she surviv more...
Robert Leighty Jr.
rtner: Penny Leighty of Marion, children: James (Beth) Leighty of Fulton, Amanda (Kenneth) Helton of LaRue and Ashlee (Jessica) Leighty-Aldridge of Marion 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 more...
Ronald L. "Johnnie" Long
Marion County. Besides his parents and daughter, he was preceded in death by his infant brother, Russell and his sisters, Esther Blank and Elizabeth Dix. Johnnie was a retired painting contractor and also exhibited a great deal of artistic talent.  He served as president and vice president of the former Prospect School Board, served on Prospect Village Council, scoutmaster of Troop #23 and the Prospect Fire Department.  He was a member of Prosp more...
Arthur E. Lust
Prospect to the late Elmer John and Alice (Neidhart) Lust, also predeceased by granddaughter: Stephanie Lust, brother: Harold Lust and 2 sisters: Esther Halt and Mary Thomas Art worked for almost 50 yrs for Miller Implement Dealership in Delaware as a Salesman, then for 10 yrs with JD Equipment in London Art was a 1946 graduate of the Pleasant High School, was a veteran of the Army during Korea where he was part of a group called "The 4 Horsemen more...
John Ed Mayers
ne 1, 1999, at his home. He retired in the early 1990's after more than 30 years as a machise with Larcum and Mitchel in Deleware. He was also a retired farmer and after retiring, he worked as a driver for the Bill Rose Ford dealership in Richwood. He was a graduate of Magnetic Springs High School, a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy and a former member of the Delaware Civil Air Patrol. He was a faithful and active member of the St. Paul's Lu more...
Millard (M.E.) Bumgarner
devoted family man Having a keen interest in agriculture, he would enjoy a drive through the country checking out fields of corn and beans. A drive through look at the equipment at Parrott Implement, the Richwood John Deere dealership, kept him up to date on the newest of farm equipment. With a quirky smile, a twinkle in his eye, he enjoyed conversation with all ages of people. On August 11, 1940 he married Martha (Worthington) and she died Febr more...
Theodore "Ted" Miller
ve ships in the South Pacific and Alaska, being discharged in March 1946. He then attended the Toledo University. Ted worked for the Lucas County Auditor, then moved to Rich-wood in 1950 where he farmed and worked for a feed dealer until 1953. He was then employed with the Mill Mutuals and Michigan Millers for 30 years. Ted was a member of the Richwood Church of Christ, where he was baptized in 1951, and where he served as an elder for almost 40 more...
Garold E. "Jerry" Mills
degree in Business Admin/Mgmt thru California Coast University in 2002 at the age of 73. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict attaining the rank of SSG/Staff Sergeant. He was known by many as the long-time dealer Principal of Mills Chevrolet-Old-Pontiac in Richwood, Ohio, Owner/Operator of Richwood Auto & Farm Supply & Advantage III Group of Columbus, Ohio. He was also the past owner of Mills Auto Supply/New Carlisle & Dayton a more...
Robert G. "Bob" Mueck
ichwood died Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2000, at Memorial Hospital of Union County. He was a farmer and a retired auto mechanic, having worked at the former Almendinger Chevrolet in Prospect and the former Gruber Reidenbaugh Pontiac dealership in Richwood. He was a 1935 graduate of Radnor High School and a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was a dedicated member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Prospect where he served the church in several capacitie more...
Mary M. Mulvaine
ge_____99__ Address _____23759 Sandusky Rd . f_ Ma.ryis.vnJ_l.fi----------------------- Place of Death Grady Memorial Hosp... Date of Death__March ..3a, 1982 Tu»e. Hour of Death 3?Q5 P-m.______________ How Long 111__railing. Deal t.h 1 g. years Occupation of Deceased___former Executive Secretary of______Union Co ._Child Welfare Dept.& also in Cincinnati Church, Lodges, Societies Pharisburg United Meth. Church: Chanter #176 0 .E. S. , Ostrander Da more...

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