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Clara Mae "Susie" Clevenger
a homemaker and devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She was a 1950 graduate of Leesburg-Magnetic High School, was president of the former S.O.S. in Magnetic Springs and was a member of the Delaware Church of Christ. She enjoyed gardening and was a very talented pie baker. She was born Aug. 25, 1932, in Chesterland to the late Lawrence and Katherine Goetz Bidgood. She is survived by her husband, Rex Leroy Clevenger whom she married April 8, 195 more...
Elmo S. Clevenger
ing worked for more than 20 years at the Huber Warco Co. in Marion, then for Plant City Steel in Marion and finally retiring from Marysville Steel in 1992. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict in the Marine Corps and he enjoyed C.B., ham radio and playing golf. On Oct. 26, 1957, at her mother's home, Elmo married the former Ruby J. Dun-nan and she survives. Also surviving are two sons, Stuart (Keiko) Clevenger of Plain City and Raymond Cleveng more...
Roger R. Clevenger
Roger R. Clevenger 79 of Marion, died unexpectedly Tuesday November 8, 2016 at his home. He was born February 4, 1937 in Marysville to the late LeRoy C. and Marjorie (Ridgeway) Clevenger, he was also predeceased by one brother: Jim Clevenger and one sister: Diana McDulen Roger was veteran of the Air Force, serving in Korea, he had worked at many different places over the years, including the Whirlpool Corp. in Marion and Ranco in Delaware. In y more...
Shayna Amanda Clevenger
), When- Surviving Children and Addresses_ _grandparents; Mr. & Mrs. James Clevenger, Magnetic Springs;_348-2370 Mrs. Phyllis Fridley, Marion; _great-grandparents; Mrs. Clara dowell. magnp.Hr Springs-_348-2341_ Mrs. Marjorie Clevenger, Magnetic Springs; -MrxxftrMKaxxAKfekHsxa^HlAas^ABKiawaAB!- Mr. & Mrs.Arthur Skatzes, Delaware _Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses none Grave more...
Wilma Ruth Clevenger
or many people in the area. She looked after Mrs. Van Atta for more than 17 years.  She was a member of Pharisburg United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, the Solitaires and the County Belles.  She enjoyed spending time with her loving family.  She was born Oct. 2, 1937. in  Union County, to the late James C. and Eva A. Bulen Clevenger. She also was predeceased by a brother, Donald M. Clevenger.  Survivin more...
Ruth Ellen Click
istrict for 20 years, retiring in 1976.  Ruth was a member of the Prospect Baptist Church, where she taught Sr. High Sunday School, sang in the choir and was involved with the missionary circle.  She was also a member of the Jolly Joyster Club, Marion City/County Retired Teachers Assn., Ohio Retired Teachers Assn., Searchlight Literary Club and Bethlehem Grange.  She enJoyed gardening and knitting and was an avid Cincinnati Reds fan.  More than a more...
Rosella S. Climer
rborn Medical Center Hospital and also was head nurse at central supply at Springfield City Hospital. She also served in the U S Navy in the Navy Nurse Corps between the years 1936 to 1941. She was a member of the former St. Joseph Catholic Church in LaRue. She is survived by one daughter-in –law Cynthia R. Climer of LaRue, Two grandchildren; Michael J. Climer of Richwood, and William R. (Kirsten Kerr) Climer of Columbus, one Great Granddaughte more...
Clevestine Cline
e Monday evening December 3, 2018 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born July 17, 1953 in McDowell, Kentucky to the late David E. and Elsa (Gayheart) Edwards, she was also preceded in death by her brother John David Edwards On April 5, 1969 in Wise, West Virginia, she married Denver Lewis Cline Sr. and he survives, also surviving are her children: Christine Danielle (Kyle) Farley of Marion and Denver Lewis (Heather) Cline Jr. more...
Denver Cline Sr.
. He was born May 10, 1951 in Panther, West Virginia to the late James and Virginia (Lockhart) Cline. On April 5, 1969 he married the love of his life, Clevestine (Edwards) Cline and she departed December 3, 2018 Denver enjoyed fishing and hunting with his son and close friends. He loved a good motorcycle ride on a sunny day. Most of all he appreciated a warm cup of coffee while sitting in his favorite lawn chair in the backyard. Surviving ar more...
Jean (Jane) Agnes Clinger
ior Citizens, Wyandot County AARP, and Wyandot Heritage Senior Girl Scouts. She is survived by two sons, Robert K. Clinger, Forest; Ronald A. Clinger, LaRue; three daughters, Mrs. Wayne (Janice) Kauble, Delaware; Mrs Eugene (JoAnne) Griffith, Upper Sandusky and Mrs. Lewis (Shirley) Beiderman, Cardington; a brother, Milton William Craig, Ridgeway; 21 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday at the Stof more...
Jay Clinton
n Dr. James J. of Lima, a daugh- ter Mrs. Jean Ann Peavy of Reno, Nev., seven grandchil- dren, and one great grandson. A brother preceded him. He was a graduate of Ohio State University college of dentistry and served as a major in the U.S. Army Dental Corps in World War I, a life member of the American Dental Association, past president of the Ohio Dental Society, first commander of LaRue American Legion Post 101, past master of LaRue Lodge 463 more...
Terrance L. Clixby
survives. Also surviving, one son; Randy L. Clixby of Bucyrus, one Granddaughter; Faith Clixby, and one sister; Brenda (George) Kramer of Marion. Mr. Clixby was a truck driver for Ohio Gas and Appliance of Marysville.  He enjoyed woodworking and working on cars. Funeral Services will be held Saturday January 24, 2009 at 1:00 PM at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in LaRue.  Minister will be the Rev. Bill Middleton.  Burial in the Frame Cemet more...
Bernice Marie Clunk
Bernice Marie Clunk, 69, Haines City, Fla., formerly Green Carry, died 5:30 p.m. Thursday July 19, 1990 in Heart of Florida Hospital, Haines City. She was bom March 7, 1921, in Woodsfield, to John A: and Elsie Mae Craig Jeffers. On Sept. 17, 1941, she married Harold W. Clunk, who died Jan. 17, 1989. The retired farmer and homemaker was a member of Green Camp United J Methodist Church and Ohio Farmers  Union. Surviving are two sons, Robert W more...
Carolyn A. Clunk
or, running the Dari Point in Delaware for many years.  Carolyn was a member of the Green Camp United Methodist Church where she taught Sunday school.  She loved taking care of her yard, tending to her flowers and riding her John Deere tractor.  Carolyn cared for everyone around her, always more concerned for their well-being than her own.  She will be remembered for her great sense of humor. She is survived by her life partner, Richard A. Lyon, more...
Chadrick David Cobb
orn December 24, 1973 in Marion to David Cobb and the late Terrie (Kramp) Newsome.  He was also preceded in death by grandparents, Warren Kramp and Robert and Annie Cobb. He was a 1993 graduate of Elgin High School.  Chad enjoyed gardening and taking care of people with his love of cooking. He was a very talented cook and one of his specialties  was desserts.  Chad was hardworking and dedicated to his career in food service where he worked for m more...
Robert Eugene Cobb Sr.
n) Cobb. On July 26, 1947 in Cattletsburg, KY he married the former Annie Catherine Hudson and she died May 19, 2003.  He was also preceded in death by sisters, Geneva Blackshire, Kathleen Presley, Juanita Songer; brothers, John, Herbert, Jesse and Harvey Cobb; and an infant son, John. He was a tow motor operator for Whirlpool for over 30 years, retiring in 1988.  He was an avid Cleveland Browns and Indians fan, as well as the Ohio State Buckey more...
Robert L. Coder Sr.
h School, he retired in 1993 from the Conrail Railroad System after 42 years of service. He began his railroad career with the Erie Lackawanna Railroad and was a member of the railroad union. He was an active member of and enjoyed the Richwood Civic Center's men's group. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, running and bicycling. He was born July 25, 1931, in Union County to the late William "Harry" and Ethel Mae Hatfield Coder. He is survive more...
Edith Reva Coffey
gust 21, 1914 in Arburn, Missouri, the daughter of Orus and Mary Wall Cross. Her husband, Newman A. Coffey, whom she married in 1937, preceded her in death May 16, 1944. Surviving are a daughter Reda Isler of Prospect; a son John O. Coffey of Amlin; three grandchildren and a sister Roberta Coffey of West Frankfurt, Illinois. The Rev. David Carlyle conducted funeral services Wednesday, Nov. 18 at Gehm-Ballinger Funeral Home. Burial was at Prospect more...
Ileene "Toby" Cole
a brother Melvin Hood and 2 sisters: Mary Rose Moore and Irene Scotten Toby had a heart of gold, she was a loving Mother and special "Gram" to her grandchildren, she loved golfing, boating, fishing and traveling. She also enjoyed cooking, reading and crocheting. Until her recent illness, when she was able, she attended the Claibourne United Methodist Church. Surviving are her Children: Sandra (Claude) Tidd of Richwood, and Ronald Perry of Flor more...
Charles W. "Chuck" Coleman
but Chuck was the Wildcat Mascot for many years at football and basketball games, he truly loved doing this. Chuck was a big fan of going to concerts, country music, especially Hank Jr. was at the top of his list, he even enjoyed Bobaflex with his son Lance. Chuck enjoyed shooting pool, hunting and fishing. Surviving along with his mom is his wife: Shelly Lynn (johnson) Coleman, they were married September 1, 2007 in Richwood, son; Lance (Amie) more...
George Edward Coleman III
is step father Watson Sturt. He was married 1968 to Marilyn (Adams) in Lancaster SC.  He is survived by his wife, his children Jill Ann Marie Martinez(Sean) of Columbia SC and George Edward IV of Tuscon, Az and grandchildren Joscelyn and Johnathan Martinez  of Columbia SC and Birdie and Dreya Coleman of Tuscon.  He had many close friends and relatives including Susan/Ian Pasco Nancy Cotten and Evelyn/Howard Grose. His BS and MS from Va Tech prep more...
Amil Eugene Collins
d First United Methodist Church, Teamsters Local 40 in Mansfield, American Legion Baccarat Post 40 in Richwood and the Richwood Civic Center and was a 50-year member of the former Richwood Lions Club. He and his wife Mary enjoyed fishing on Lake Erie, time spent at Ted and Fern Monson's resort on Lake Kabetogama, Minn., and their 13 seasons in Bonita Springs, Fla., near Mary's sister. In spite of being diagnosed with dementia in January 1999, he more...
Angela Dawn Collins
chard L. Furniss and he survives. Also surviving are; Maternal Grandparents, Harold and Marlene Straw of New Bloomington, Paternal Grandmother, Eleanore Collins of Florida, Maternal Great Grandparents, Myrtle Straw and Roy Jones both of Marion. Step Father Steven Jeffers of New Bloomington, sons; Gary Collins-Hall of New Bloomington, Jason Collins and Jeremiah Morgan both of Marion, daughter Destany Stith of Marion. Brothers; Jeremiah E. (Rache more...
Donna Mae (Smith) Collins
in Columbus, Ohio. She was born May 30,1943, in Oakdale, Ohio. Her father, Charles Smith is deceased and her mother, Nellie (Ball) Smith survives in Glouster, Ohio. She is survived by two sons, Lane Franklin Malone Jr., and Jonathon Bo Collins both of Marion; three daughters, Debra Marie (Ronald) Gates of Marion, Lisa Faye Tanner of Florida, and Amy Renee Benson of Kentucky; eight grandchildren; four sisters, Barbara Wyatt of Crooksville, Ohio, more...
Helen S. Collins
n Society and the Prospect Gardeners Club.  She loved being a cook and serving the children for 37 years at the Prospect, later Elgin South Elementary.  She began working part-time and eventually became head cook in the only job she ever had, retiring in 1993.  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 Ch more...

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