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Frances Dorothy Thompson
in LaRue, she was the daughter of David and Sarah Edna Dutton Clark. She married George Clifford Thompson and he died March 1961. Mrs. Thompson is survived by a daughter, Elaine Ridgway, Fort Pierce, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Joe Magdalene Miller, Marion, and Mrs. Howard Eloise Hoffman, Coco, Fla.; five grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. A daughter, Delores Landon, died in 1990. The homemaker was of the Methodist f more...
James K. Thompson
y active in the Village of Richwood, where he worked as the Waste Water Superintendent, served on village council, is the Zoning Inspector and at one time was the Village Administrator. Jim was very active at the former St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in LaRue, member of the K of P Lodge in Essex, enJoyed golfing, fishing and gardening, his also loved playing the guitar, calling Bingo at the Richwood Civic Center and St. Mary’s Church in Marion and more...
Kenneth R. Thompson
home with his mother and stepfather. He was a member of the Paralyzed Veterans of America. He participated in the wheelchair Olympics, winning gold medals in bowling, weight lifting and billiards. Although a paraplegic, he enjoyed hunt-ing and fishing. He is survived by his parents, Patty and Jim Crager of LaRue; a brother, Carl (Lisa) Thompson of LaRue; a sister, Penny (Doug) Rose of LaRue; stepbrothers, Alex (Colleen) Crager of Westerviile, Phi more...
Linda Thompson
hildren, Logunn, Madison, Perry Thompson; Zach and Kain Butler; two brothers, Alex (Stephanie) Neil, Raymond; Charles (Tammy) Neil, Pennsylvania; and a sister, Liz Golden, New Jersey.  She was preceded in death by a brother, John Stezlman. A private family gathering will be held on Friday at Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home. Memorial gifts may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at www.stof more...
Lorain Alvin "Tommy" Thompson
reen McPherson, a grandson, Jeremy Thompson and a step-son, Robert Moore. He served in the U. S. Army from 1942 to 1943 and was a veteran of World War II.  He was a former Tecumseh employee and a retired carpenter.  Tommy enjoyed spending time with family and friends, loved to fish and was an avid NASCAR fan, particularly Jeff Gordon. He is survived by his wife, Florence "Flo" Thompson whom he married August 15, 1975 and she survives more...
Nellie Thompson
Nellie Thompson RICHWOOD - Former local resident Nellie R. Thompson, 82, died this morning Sept 15, 1989 at Union Manor nursing home, Marysville. She was bom in Broadway Feb. 4, 1907, a daughter of John William and Blanche McAdow Yamngton. A former Richwood correspondent with The Marion Star and Marysville Tribune and a Claiboume post mistress, Mrs. Thompson at one time also worked with Sieg's Drugstore and the Polio Hospital, Magentic Springs. more...
Ruby E. Thompson
Ruby E. Thompson, 91, of Richwood died Monday, Aug. 3,1998, at Community Health Care Center in Marion. She was of the Methodist faith and had worked at the IGA Foodliner in Marion and at Fulfillment Corp. in Marion. She enjoyed working with flowers and crocheting and was an»avid reader. She was born Oct 22, 1906,,in Marion to the late john and Lillie Shenaman Fetter and was predeceased by.a brother, john Fetter.She married Alvin K. "Tom&quo more...
Gladys Thornburg
member of Advent Christian Church in Claibourne and the TOPS group in Richwood. She was born Dec. 19, 1935, in Kentucky to the late Ed and Georgie Madden Buckler and was predeceased by a brother and two sisters. She married John Thornburg Feb. 13, 1959, in Claibourne and he died Nov. 1, 1992. She is survived by a daughter, Alice (Rick) Cline of Marysville; a granddaughter, Danielle (Earl) Hall of Marysville; and a sister, Joan Plot of Nebraska. more...
Richard Hansel Thornburg
Sandy Breece, Marion; Debra Crevison, Forest; 2 son - Richard C., Richwood - wife Deborah Teddy. Findlay ■7 _Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses 1 bro - John, Richwood _ 1 sis dec. _ ... . Thurs., Aug. 23, 1990 Funeral Services will be held___, 1£L 11:00a . Ballinger-Peppard F. H. at___m. in the_ jean Moats with Rev__officiating. Burial will be in_ Maskill ^ _ Cemete more...
Claude L. Tidd Jr.
ng the titles of Lieutenant and Chief Deputy.  In 1970 he graduated from the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy. He loved gardening and his favorite time of year was spring.  Claude was able to fix just about anything and enjoyed tinkering with cars and building computers.  He loved his puppies and enjoyed story-telling, especially law enforcement stories.  The most important thing by far to Claude was his family. Besides his wife, he is surviv more...
Sandra K. "SanDee" Tidd
eded in death by her mother, Toby Cole; and two brothers, Mike Perry and Ron Perry. SanDee loved the community of Richwood. She was a long-time school bus driver for North Union Local Schools. In her later years she truly enjoyed her retirement with Claude. She enjoyed eating out, and enjoyed margaritas, which always made her cheeks red. SanDee loved taking care of her great-grandchildren (which she cherished being able to be active enough to wa more...
Armilda M. Harmon Tilton
e LaRue Good Friends Club, attended the Rush Creek (Essex) United Methodist Church, member and past President of the LaRue American Legion Aux., she had formerly worked as an E.M.T. for the Stofcheck Ambulance Service, she enjoyed doing all sorts of crafts and loved being around horses She married Burton C. Harmon in 1941 and he died in 1971, she then married Clay Tilton and he died in 2001, also predeceased by 1 son: Burton LeRoy Harmon and 2 gr more...
Lawrence A. Tilton
Tilton-Nov 2, 1974 Lawrence A., 85 623   Schmidt   Road,   New Bloomington He died at 9:25 a.m. Saturday at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He was born in January, 1889, in Marion County to Ebb and Melissa (Jones) Tiiton. He was married to Rosella M. Scherger March 9, 1912. She died Aug. 22, 1973. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Carl (Hyacinth) Schaber of New Bloomington; two grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren; A brother and two sisters are dec more...
Rosa M. Tilton
Rosa M., 85 100 McCormick St., LaRue She died Aug 22, 1973 at 2:45 p.m. Wednes-day at Hardin Memorial Hospital after a six-week illness.   She was born July 12, 1888, near New Bloomingotn to John and Louisa (Schmidt) Scherger. She was married March 9, 1912, in Marion to Lawrence A. Tiiton, who survives. She was a member of the LaRue Baptist Church, the Baptist Missionary Society, the Embroidery Club of LaRue and a 50-year member of the WCTU. Sh more...
Marion Lowell Titus
:15 a-m-_ How Long 111 failing health several years Occupation of Deceased _Retired farmer- Church, Lodges, Societies Raymond United Meth. Church_ Date of Birth_April 1, 1905 place of Birth Raymond_ Father's Name _miller joe hewitt titus_Living ( > Deceased t ) Mother's Maiden Name Zura Hartshorn_Living ( ) Deceased * ) If Living, Where - Married to Elizabeth M. Titus(date) .Sept-UL,-192 7-in -Waynesfield,-Ohio- Wife or Husband Living (x) more...
Terry Lee Titus
several years July 12, 1951 Raymond Place of Birth Date of Birth Unknown Father's Name Loretta Titus Moore Mother's Maiden Name If Living, Where - Deceased ( ) Deceased ( ) Living ( ) Living (x) Marion Married to Patricia Jones (date) June 19, 1971 in Wife or Husband Living (x) or Deceased ( ), When- Surviving Children and Addresses 1 dau - Teresa at home grandmother - Elizabeth Titus, Marion _Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also sur more...
Michael G. Tosco
the Ohio State University Hospital in Columbus. He had lived at Union Manor for several years. He was a World War II Army veteran and a lifetime member of the American Legion. He was a retired heavy equipment operator and enjoyed farming. He was born Feb. 21, 1915, in New York City, one of 12 children of the late Michael and Rosa Vizola Tosco and was predeceased by his wife, Alice Kathryn Bell Tosco. He is survived by two sons, Michael G. (joAnn more...
Susan Kay Travis
nnis. Susie had worked as a STNA and a Beautician when she was younger. She was a long-time dedicated member of the Emanuel Reformed Church, near Green Camp. Susie was a woman of faith, she loved spreading God’s word. She enjoyed listening to Christian music and was a leader for many bible studies. She kept the family tradition for a love of playing cards (euchre) and was a talented writer. Surviving are her children: Becky Gruber of Marion, Ro more...
Velma F. Trihaft
Cardington, and Mrs. Walter (Hazel) Rinehart, Prospect; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Three brothers are deceased. The service will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at LaRue United Methodist Church with the Rev. John S. Boyd officiating. Burial will be in Fairhaven Cemetery near LaRue. Friends may call at Stofcheck Funeral Home, LaRue, after 2 p.m. and in the evening Tuesday. Memorial contributions may be made to LaRue UM Church.Velm more...
Clora "Tudy" Troesch
. E. Troesch at her sister’s house in Marion, and he survives in Richwood. She had worked as an assembler for Richwood Cable Assemblies.  When she was able Tudy loved to bowl, having spent many years in leagues.  She also enjoyed camping and going to bluegrass festivals and putting together puzzles.  Tudy was a true homemaker and was very family oriented, always taking care of her family when she was able, and she enjoyed the special times of fa more...
Frank Emil Troesch
yaville. Born February 24, 1907, he was a son of the late Ernest and Ida Derr Troesch. September 10, 1931. he married the former Mary E. Cowgill, who preceded him in death October 28, 1990. Surviving are three sons Theodore, John Carl and Richard, all of Richwood; three daughters Phyllis Troesch and Betty VanKeuren, both of Richwood and Kathryn Gandee of Marion; thirteen grandchildren and fifteen greatgrandchildren. Two brothers and a sister are more...
Mary Elizabeth Troesch
n of Deceased_hQmemaker______ Church, Lodges, Societies _Fulton Creek Friends Church and Ladies Society of Church; 20-year member of Salvation Army; Date of Birth_Feb' 19' 1903_ Place of Birth Mingo, Ohio_ Father's Name _John Cowgill_Living ( ) Deceased * ) Mother's Maiden Name._Theodosia_Living ( ) Deceased ¥ ) If Living, Where ______ ,, . , , Frank Troesch ,, , x Sept 10, 1931 . East Liberty Married to_(date)___!_in_:_ Wife or Husband more...
Phyllis M. Troesch
Phyllis M. Troesch, age 77 of Richwood died Saturday, September 4, 2010 at Heartland of Marysville.  She was born August 17, 1933 in Milford Center to the late Frank Emil and Mary E. (Cowgill) Troesch. She enjoyed attending the Fulton Creek Friends Church, the Somersville Friends Church and Community United Calvary Church. She is survived by two sisters, Kathryn (Dick) Gandee, Marion; Betty Van Keuren, Marysville; two brothers, Richard Troesch, more...
Richard Franklin Troesch
Richard Franklin Troesch, 80 of Richwood, died Monday, December 1, 2014 at Morningview Pointe in Marion.  He was born October 25, 1934 in Milford Center to the late Frank Emil and Mary Elizabeth (Cowgill) Troesch. Richard enjoyed watching television, riding his bicycle and for awhile, working at U Co Industries in Marysville.  What he loved most was to talk. He is survived by a sister, Kathryn (Dick) Gandee, Marion; a brother, Ted (Tudy) Troesc more...
FRANCES M. TROMMER
Y MORNING AT THE ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL IN COLUMBUS SHE WAS BORN IN AKRON TO PARENTS JAMES AND MAUDE LYTTON SHE HAD FORMERLY WORKED AT THE STOW PUBLIC LIBRARY IN STOW OHIO SHE IS SURVIVED BY 2 SONS: THOMAS (VERONICA) TROMMER AND JOHN (TRICIA) TROMMER BOTH OF COLUMBUS, 2 DAUGHTERS LAURA TROMMER OF COLUMBUS AND REBECCA (KEVIN) MANNING OF RICHWOOD 2 GRANDCHILDREN ADAM TROMMER AND KAITLIN MANNING 2 BROTHERS GEORGE AND JAMES LYTTON BOTH OF AKRON PRIVATE F more...

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