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Ruth E. Sivey
giver for her family, especially her sister, Martha and had been a bookkeeper for various businesses including Yeager’s (a wartime manufacturing business in Columbus), White Castle in Columbus and Hall-Beck in Marion. She enjoyed gardening, being very knowledgeable about flowers, especially violets, and she also enjoyed taking care of her cats. She is survived by a brother, Chuck (Pauline) Sivey, Essex; and a sister, Martha Sivey, Marion; nephe more...
Lori Ann Skeens
Lori Ann Skeens, 62, of Delaware received her ultimate healing from cancer when she went home to the Lord on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at home surrounded by her loving family. Lori was a person who joyfully shined the Light of Christ to everyone, despite her circumstances.  She was an optimist, always full of gratitude but very real at the same time.  She gave God all the glory for her Light and her peace, which was contagious and inspiring t more...
Dorothy S. Skidmore
S. Richwood Civic Center Date of Birth Jan- 25' 1908 Place of Birth union Cunty_ Father's Name _l. d. wilson_Living ( ) Deceased (*) MntWcM-i^nW-m. Evie L- penhorwood_Living ( ) Deceased (x) If Living, Where - 1929 . , John 0. Skidmore , . Oct. 24, iS^jJ . W. Mansfield Married to_(date)-in- Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased (When-June 3, 1969 Surviving Children and Addresses_ 2 dau - Mrs. Bert (Phyllis) Mead, Richwood; Mrs. Richard more...
James Richard Skidmore
on in care of the funeral home, or to the Richwood Emergency Squad Association. Mr. Skidmore, a Richwood resident, died unexpectedly Thursday evening at his home. He was bom in West Mansfield April 7, 1931, a son of the late John Outland Skidmore, and Dorothy Wilson Skidmore, who survives in Marysville. He was employed with Whirlpool Corporation as a tow motor driver for 35 years. A 32nd degree Mason, he was a member and past master of Mount Carm more...
Carol May Skinner
on County to the late Sterling and Bernice (Casper) Retterer. She was a homemaker, member of the Prospect United Methodist Church, a former member of the Prospect Fire Department Auxiliary and the O.C.C.L. in Prospect. She enjoyed knitting, gardening, bird watching and quilting. She married Craig L. Skinner Sept. 24.  1974 in Grundy, Va., and he survives.   She is also survived by four children. Randy (Lisa) Steele of Marion. Edward St more...
Craig L. Skinner
On September 24, 1974 he married the former Carol May Retterer in Grundy, Virginia and she died June 3, 2007.  He was also preceded in death by a brother, Paul "Tiny" Skinner and a special friend Deb Scott. He enjoyed fishing with family and friends and deer hunting with his son.  Craig attended Richwood Church of Christ and was an active member of his Sunday School class and was passionate about his love for the Lord. He was an avid more...
William K. Skinner
, Societies ---:-:_ Prospect American Legion , , ,, Feb. 9, 1934 , ,, Radnor Twp. Date of Birth_1_ Place of Birth_1_ _ , __ William G. Skinner T . . . . . . N Father s Name _Living ( ) Deceased (*) Mother's Maiden Name__Joyce Laughlin_Living ( ) Deceased (*) If Living, Where -- Married to Joyce schenck (date) Oct. 31, 1962 in_ Wife or Husband Living (^ or Deceased ( ), When- Surviving Children and Addresses_ 2 sons - Tom and David both more...
Larry T. Slemmons
day morning, October 30, 2016 at the Riverside Methodist Hospital. He was born in Richwood on February 22, 1947 to William Dale and Wilda (Wurtsbaugh) Slemmons. Larry was an avid gun collector. He had a love for cars and enjoyed watching various car shows on TV. Larry retired from UPS with 20 years of service. He enjoyed spending his summers at his summer home at Indian Lake and spending time with his family. He was a military veteran and serve more...
Paul Edward Slonaker
cated member of the First United Methodist Church in Richwood where he served in various capacities over the years.  He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from West Chester University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from North Adams State.  Paul was a freelance writer and researcher.  A lot of his research was done for grants he helped write, and for charities.  He had worked as a transit cop in Philadelphia. Paul enJoyed rea more...
Beverly Jean Slonecker
2 brothers, Larry Fields, Marion; Chuck (Sandy) Fields, Somersville; 1 sister Sharon (Emerson) Young, Somersville, sister-in-law, Monica Fields, West Mansfield, 10 grandchildren, Brandon, Christopher, Steven, Jeremiah, Shae, Jordie, Alexa, Mica, Caitlin and Samantha.  She was preceded in death by her father, Monroe Fields; 2 step-sons, Michael and Steven Slonecker; a brother, Arthur Fields; and a sister, Barbara Brady. Funeral Services will more...
Dover Slone
 He worked at Tecumseh in Marion for many years as well as Glenwood Range in Delaware and General Industries in Marysville.  He attended the Prospect Baptist Church.  Dover loved the outdoors and was always on the go.  He enjoyed tinkering around the garage or the yard and was a skilled mechanic with small engine repair.  He was friendly and never knew a stranger.  He was always willing to lend a hand, and his neighbors could always count on his more...
Jamie Slone
He was born Jan. 13, 1970, in Delaware and was predeceased by a brother, Jerry Wayne Slone. He is survived by his father, James Slone of Magnetic Springs; his mother, Linda Baldridge Ridgeway of Mount Victory; his wife, Lynn Jones Slone whom he married June 13,1998; and four children, Mark, Christopher, Sara and Kayla Slone; two sisters, Arica Ridgeway of Mount Victory and Cynthia Ann Jones of Richwood; and paternal grandparents, Ruby and Silas S more...
Russell J. Slone
s and liked to fish and spend time with his family and friends. He was bom June 25, 1961 in Hindman, Ky. He is survived by his parents, James E. and Edna Mae (Combs) Slone of Pharisburg; four sons, Shaun, Brandon, Dwayne and Joey; their mother, Clara Jo Slone of Delaware; four brothers, Curtis of Pharisburg, Jimmy (Mary Ann) of Marysville, Alfred of Delaware and Danny (Dorothy) of Bellefontaine; two sisters, Josephine Slone of Marion and Lucy (Ja more...
Louise G. Sloop
tsville, she was a daughter of James and Hcssio Paige Willoby. Her husband .William Sloop, whom she married October 1, 1940, preceded her in death April 11, 1984. Surviving arc a daughter, Willa (Dave) Amatutz; a son, Jerry (Josephine) Sloop, both of Richwood; four grandchildren; a brother, Horace Willoby of Florida; and two sisters, Helen Kennedy and Ethel Dysert, both of Huntsville. Two brothers, Merrill Willoby and Lloyd Willoby, arc deceased. more...
Rodney E. Sly
Rodney E. Sly 46 of Marion, died unexpectedly Monday May 9, 2016 in Marion. He was born December 19, 1969 in Marion to Robert and Nyoka (Chafin) Sly, they survive in Marion. Rodney had worked as a baker, enjoyed tinkering with things and was an avid Cincinnati Bengals fan. He was loved and would do anything for anyone. Also surviving are his siblings: Steve (Diane) Sly of LaRue, Lisa (Ron) Young of Marion and joAnn (Tony) Sly Foust of Marion N more...
Anna Lou Smith
ch in Waynesfield. She is survived by a daughter, Judy Thomas, Avon Lake; a son, William R. (Diane) Smith, Waynesfield; a sister-in-law, Louise Grimes, Columbus; seven grandchildren, Brian (Betty) Frey, Brad (Camilla) Frey, Jonathan Landon, Whitney Johnson, Sheri Smith, Stephanie (Wes) Harris, Julie English; fifteen great-grandchildren, and nine great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday, July 17 at 11:00 AM at the Waynesfield B more...
Berkeley "Bud" M. Smith
ce. After retirement, he worked at Carter Lumber in Green Camp and Sears in Marion. He was generous with his time, talents and financial support. He married Janice "Jan" Eileen Bevis on September 21, 1952. They enjoyed over 66 years of marriage. He is survived by their children: Yayon(Steve)Chapman, Apex, NC; Pam Dell, Reynoldsburg, OH; Sean(Sandy)Smith, Mt. Victory, OH; Wendy(Scott)Kirkpatrick, Hickory, NC; Grandchildren: Tom(Kelly)R more...
Bernice E. Smith
ome in LaRue two hours before service time on Saturday. Those who wish may make contributions to either the New Bloomington United Methodist Church or the Fairhaven Community (Residents Needs Fund.) Active pall bearers are: John, Brian, Steve, Robert, Bob Clawson, David, Uhl Hensel and Doug Riedel.  Honorary pall bearers are Francis Hensel and Dean Baumann. Remembrances and Condolences may be expressed at stofcheck-ballingerfuneralhome.com more...
Betty Jane Smith
was a former member of Prospect Senior Citizens and the Presbyterian Church in Marion.  Betty had worked as a cook for the Christian Youth Camp.  A loving wife, mother and grandmother, she was devoted to her family.  Betty enjoyed quilting, sewing and crocheting, and also raising her vegetable garden.  She had served as treasurer for the Village of Prospect for many years and was formerly the owner and operator of Newman’s Dairy Bar which also ho more...
Christie Ann Clark Smith
, at her home surrounded by her loving family and friends following a long battle with inflammatory breast cancer. She was retired as a licensed practical nurse and had worked at the Woodstock Care Center for 20 years. She enjoyed traveling, listening to the Beatles, especially Paul McCartney, and was a dedicated and devoted wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and friend. She lived what she believed. She was born March 12, 1951, in Columbus to Ch more...
Cindy K. (Reese) Smith
by a brother, Richard E. Reese and step-father, Earl Simmons. A 1971 graduate of North Union High School, she also attended Marion Technical College for two years.  Cindy was a member of Richwood First Baptist Church and enjoyed bible study with friends.  She was a beautician for many years, owning her own shop in Richwood.  She loved cats and had many that she cared for until her illness prevented her from doing so. She is survived by three b more...
Clara Mae Smith
ers, Barb McGowan, Harpster, and Mrs. Scott (Mary) Gamble, New Bloomington; three brothers, Donald Redmon, Charles Redmon and Clyde Redmon, all of Marion; three sisters, Francis Davis, Indiana, Linda Murton, Marion, and Mrs. John (Carol) Sump, Clarinda, Iowa; two half-brothers, Rex Mattix and Richard Mattix, both Ashley; and six grandchildren. Two brothers are deceased. Mrs. Smith was a homemaker and ran her own upholstery shop. Funeral services more...
Eva Ruth Smith
terville and numerous nieces and nephews.  She had three sisters and one brother, all of whom are deceased. Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 3:00 PM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home with Pastor Joe Kirby officiating.  Burial will follow in Shoup (Thompson Twp.) Cemetery.  Friends may call 2 hours prior to the service, beginning at 1:00 PM. Memorial gifts may be made the Fulton Creek Friends Church. Condolences and more...
Hazel Colleen Smith
th by a grandson and four brothers. She was retired from the Payless Cashways in Colorado where she worked as a cashier. Hazel loved her O.S.U. Buckeyes, rarely missing a game. She collected owls and bobbleheads. She also enjoyed playing cards. Surviving is her children: Linda Raupp, Richwood, Phyllis (Larry) Banks, Missouri, Jeannie Laughlin, Colorado, Pam Reilly, California and Phillip Raupp, California Thirteen grandchildren and numerous gre more...
Helen E. Smith
n's Clothiers and was a member of Richwood Central -Methodist Church and Plus Ultra. She was born Sept. 28, 1916, in Union County to the late Charles F. and Flora L. Kramer Davis and was predeceased by two brothers, Earl and Joe and a sister, Martha McBride. She married Howard Smith May 25, 1946, in Delaware and he died July 22, 1973. She is survived by a brother, Bill (Dottie) Davis of Richwood; seven nieces, Sue Ann Bails of Phoenix, Billie Jor more...

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