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Ronald E. Amrine
nd nephews. Graveside services (all are welcome to attend) will be Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 1:00 PM in the York Cemetery with Pastor Carl Redding officiating. Due to current health concerns, there will be private family viewing. The family is being assisted by Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood. Memorial gifts may be made to the York Center United Methodist Church, 28170 State Route 739, York Center, OH 43358 and Loving Care Hospice, more...
Loa May Amstutz
was preceded in death by 2 brothers Irvin Dutton and Warren L. Dutton Jr. and 2 sisters; Elizabeth "Betty" Dutton and DaLee Gilliam Mrs. Amstutz was a member of the LaRue United Methodist Church, Enjoyed reading, sewing, cross stitch, embroidery, cooking, baking, playing the piano. She sang in the church choir, Played baritone in the LaRue Marching Band, was Salutatorian of her senior class in 1936. She was active the Bowling Green Gra more...
Janet E. Ballinger
Janet E. Ballinger, 73 of Marysville, died unexpectedly Thursday, December 19, 2019 at her home. She was born September 23, 1946 in Delaware to the late Francis G. and Letha M. (Ewing) Johnson. A 1964 graduate of Richwood High School, she was a cheerleader for four years. On December 18, 1966 she married her high school sweetheart, Richard M. Ballinger, in Pharisburg. She and Rick owned and operated the Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood and P more...
Opal Elizabeth Beard
Church, its Ladies Aide, had worked at the Lewis Machine Shop in Marysville and worked at different restaurants through the years. She had also taken care of her sister Bonnie when she was younger for 12 years. Opal enjoyed sewing and crocheting On April 6,1957, at York Center, she married Willis Beard. He was her loving husband and best friend and he took care of her for more than 36 years due to her ongoing illness. Also surviving are her siste more...
Ruth O. Beckel
ding High School, she was a member of the former Zion United Church of Christ in Prospect where she had worked as secretary for many years.  Ruth had worked as a clerk at the IGA store in Prospect.  She was very talented at sewing and needlepoint and one of her favorite hobbies was redressing dolls.  She loved playing euchre and pinochle.  Ruth enjoyed baking, and one of her specialties was chocolate chip cookies.  She also enjoyed playing the or more...
Bessie Berridge
y Care and Rehab in Marion. She was born March 15, 1930 in Marion. Bessie had worked at Marion General Hospital as an aide for ten years. When her kids were younger, she was cub scout leader. She also enjoyed ceramics and sewing. On November 9, 1948 she married Glenn Frederick Berridge and he died November 21, 2004. She is survived by her children: Sharon Moore of Marion, Kathy Riffee of Marion, Glenn A. (Becky) Berridge of Green Camp and Arth more...
Margaret Louise Berry
on, where she worked as an assistant cook.  Previously she worked at the P Hagerty Shoe Company in Washington C.H., OH, as a leather seamstress.  She loved working word search puzzles and reading, but her favorite hobby was sewing.  She could sew anything from shoes to wedding dresses, and her services were in high demand.  During her years at Fairhaven, she did so many alterations that she wore out her sewing machine.  Louise also loved doing ex more...
Billie Jean (Rose) Doss
linger Funeral Home, P. O. Box 333, LaRue, OH  43332 to help the family with final expenses. Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at www.stofcheck-ballinger.com Live Streaming Services If you are having trouble viewing live stream, please use Chrome or Firefox and not Internet Explorer. more...
Rose Mary Bowden
th her faith in God and the compassion and caring of the other person always wanting to help ease their problems never thinking of herself.  She enjoyed cooking and baking for family and friends. She had a gifted talent for sewing and quilt making. Prior to her early retirement because of health reasons, she was employed at the Marion County Auditors Office where she began the G I S System for Marion County. Surviving besides her husband are o more...
Paul Richard Brelsford
303 F&AM, Richwood (50-year member); Scottish Rite, Valley of Columbus Date of Birth February 14 ' 1911_ Place of Birth Kenton, Ohio_ Father's Name _c. Arnold Brelsford_Living ( } Deceased (x) Mother's Maiden Name __Helen Ewing Brelsford_Living ( ) Deceased (x) If Living, Where - . , , Ruth Chandler , . Nov. 25, 1932 Married to_^_ (date^-in_ mamm - Florida^^^H^IHI 4699 Holiday Travel Park, 4699 Continental Wife or Husband Living (x) or Dece more...
Clara Jane Britton
eat-grandchildren, Olivia, and Jordan Britton, Jared and Ashley Pyers and Jessica and Ryan Oakley. Mrs. Britton was a homemak-er, worked on the farm, loved her family and friends, traveling, playing music, playing cards and sewing crafts. She was a 1941 graduate of New Bloomington High School and former member of the Mother's Club of Byhalia. Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 11 a.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in LaRue. more...
Carol Sue Bumgarner
0, 2012. She was also preceded in death by sisters-in-law, Marjorie Lane and Carolyn Johnson; and brother-in-law, Gerald Bumgarner. Sue loved crafts of all types, but she was especially talented in knitting, crocheting and sewing. She was passionate about creating hand-made goods for hospitals, nursing homes and a wide variety of charities. She worked as a secretary and teacher's aide for North Union Local School District for 29 years.  Sue lo more...
Dorothy  Hartense Burbaugh
LARUE - Dorothy  Hartense Burbaugh, age 94, of LaRue, died at 5:55 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2006, at Marion Manor. She was bom Nov. 5,1911, in Ewington, to the late Clarence E. and Monnie I. (Freshcorn) Swick, On Nov. 7, 1932, she married H. Merwyn Burbaugh and he died May 23,1997. She is survived by one daughter, Shirley (Daniel) Schroll of LaRue; nine grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; seven great-greatgrandchildren; and daughter-in-law more...
Betty Lou Carey
r, Brownie leader, Cub Scout den mother, Room Mother, and member of the Elgin Schools PTO. As a young married lady, she previously worked for the Marion General Hospital as a nurse’s aide.  Later, she found her true gift – sewing.  As a certified Master Seamstress, Betty worked for Frank Brothers and Sutton & Leightner.  She was very talented and made many garments, quilts, and various arts & crafts.  She also loved gardening and horticulture.   more...
Vicky Sue Carey
hats to church. She had worked at the Marion City Waste Water Treatment Plant for over 20 years, before that she had worked for Delaware County. She was a member of the George L. Behrens #504 O.E.S., Delaware. Vicky enjoyed sewing, ballroom dancing and walking her beloved dogs, Nalla and Bella. She always appreciated the Prospect Fourth of July celebration; this is where she and Rick had their first date. Vicky’s family was the center of her lif more...
Bessie Lou Carlyle
) Meadows.  On May 29, 1949 she married Herbert Frances Carlyle in Greenup, Kentucky and he died December 30, 2007.  She was also preceded in death by six brothers and five sisters, and two great-grandchildren. She enjoyed sewing and crocheting and loved to cook and bake. She was especially known for her peanut butter cake. She worked several years at G.C. Murphy's and retired from Midwest Lettering both in Marion. She enjoyed watching western m more...
Ethel L. Carter
977. Ethel was a member of the Gleaners Club, the Happie Tyme Club, and past member of the Zenith Temple-Pythian Sisters, LaRue Business  Women’s Association, 20th Century Club, and LaRue Homemaker’s Club. Her hobbies were sewing, knitting, playing piano and she loved her church. She is predeceased by a sister Catherine W. Wright, two Brothers Harry E. Carter and Robert W. Carter and a niece Betty L. Rizor. She is survived by nieces and nephews more...
Helen S. Collins
Helen and her husband, Charlie loved welcoming others into their home, which they built themselves in 1950.  They traveled extensively, including trips to the Holy Land and Wales, where Charlie’s family was from.  She loved sewing, making crafts, gardening and canning, and was known for making "scrubbers", which she sold to family, friends and at the Ohio State Fair. She is survived by her daughter, Joan Eilene (William) Schwaderer, Marysville; more...
Lillian E. Haughn Cook
Lillian E. Haughn Cook, 91, of Richwood died Monday, Oct. 14, 2002, at Milcrest Nursing Center after an eight-week illness. She retired from Marion General Hospital in 1974 as a seamstress in the sewing room. She was a former member of Grace Chapel Church and a member of York McKendree United Methodist Church since 1987 and the United Methodist Women of York Center. She was a charter member of the Progressive Buds Garden Club of Byhalia and Civi more...
Martha Marie Coon
ard Mitchell of Marion, Butch Mitchell of Columbus, Roger Mitchell of Marion and Loren Coon of Marion.   Three brothers and two sisters. Two Grandchildren and two sisters are deceased. Mrs. Coon was a homemaker, enjoyed sewing and camping. Was a member of the Eagles Lodge in Marion. There will be no services or calling hours.  The Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in LaRue is helping the family with arrangements. Those who wish may make co more...
Vicki Cooper
at often involved food. She was fond of steak, chicken, shrimp, chipped beef spread, and her sweet tooth felt German chocolate cake was the best and carrot cake a close second. She liked to take walks and enjoyed crafts and sewing. She had a knack for decorating and even studied interior design for a time. Her wilder side would appear on occasion and that meant hitting the slot machines either locally or even in Las Vegas if given the chance. H more...
Beckie Jo Davis
orses. She was past treasurer for REAP and was involved with her children's many school activities in the North Union School District.  She enjoyed her friends from Scooters to Scholars Mom's Club. Beckie enjoyed reading, sewing, quilting, gardening, canning, silk flower arranging, particularly for weddings as a love gift, and loved to bake apple dumplings and cherry pie.  She and her husband, Dean enjoyed favorite vacation destinations to Main more...
Kenneth L. Davis
c graveside services will be Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 12:00 PM in the Prospect Cemetery with Pastor Gene Phelps officiating. Military honors will be conducted by the Marion County United Veterans Council. Private family viewing will be held. Memorial gifts may be given to Honor Flight Columbus,  2233 N Bank Dr, Columbus, OH 43220 The Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral home is assisting the family Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at ww more...
Nelda Kay Eaches
and Dorothy Marie (Speicher) Fryman. Nelda was retired from Ranco in Plain City where she worked for 45 years. She was a dedicated member of the Richwood Church of Christ and a member of the Red Hat Society. Nelda enjoyed sewing, Bingo at the Richwood Civic Center and attending the retiree’s parties with her fellow Ranco employees. On September 25, 1965 in Richwood, she married Steven Ray Eaches and he survives, also surviving is their son Ray more...
Joyce R. Erwin
re she worked over 30 years.  She was a very active member of the former Central United Methodist Church, serving as choir director and Sunday school teacher.  A former 4-H advisor for almost ten years, she enjoyed teaching sewing to many young ladies in the area.  Joyce enjoyed quilting, gardening, working with her flowers, and canning.  She had been a member of the PTA and had been active with the band boosters when her children were in school. more...

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