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Jeffrey Starks
Jeffrey Starks, 46, of Raymond died Wednesday, July 14,2004, as a result of an accident while riding his bicycle in Marysville. He was a home inspector, United Way Volunteer, member of the NAACP, ACLU representative and student at Marion Technical College. He had worked at the former Parker Hanifan plant in Green Camp. He was born May 29, 1958, in Marion to Lee W. and Margaret L. Todd Starks and was predeceased by his father and two brothers, Ge more...


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Gerald Maurice "Buddy" Starks
ucker of Dayton; a son, Robbin Maurice (Terry) Starks of Dayton; three grandchildren, Marcus Biggs, Tameka Cheeks and Jerald Cheeks; a great-grandson, Devon Maurice Biggs; four brothers, the Rev. Lee (Lisa) Starks of Marion, Jeffrey (Sonya) Starks and Ted Starks of Raymond, Greg (Chris) Starks of Richwood; a sister, Maxine Corley of Columbus; and special friends, Don (Bev) Barnes and Frank (Dot) Henson. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. We more...
Lee A. Starks
st 25, 2020 at the OSU Medical Center in Columbus. He was born November 19, 1955 in Marion to the late Lee W. and Margaret L. (Todd) Starks, he was also preceded in death by three brothers: Gerald "Buddy", Thomas Edward and Jeffrey Lynn Starks. Lee enjoyed fishing, riding motorcycles, racing cars and watching Westerns on TV, Gunsmoke was his favorite. He had worked at Yutaka Technologies in Cardington. A man of faith, Lee loved the Lord. He was more...
Margaret L. Todd Starks
Indiana to the late Owen and Goldie (Brightwell) Todd. On June 6, 1946 in Lawrenceburg, she married Lee W. Starks.  He died December 24, 1988.  She was also preceded in death by three sons, Gerald "Buddy", Thomas Edward and Jeffrey Lynn Starks, and a daughter-in-law, Holly Starks. She was a veteran of the U. S. Army during World War II.  She had attended the York United Methodist Church where she was very active in their Ladies’ Aid group.   Sh more...

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