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Henry J. "Bud" Gilliam
married Nov. 22, 1946, in Greenup, Ky.; a daughter, Ruth Ellen (Gene) Jenkins of Richwood; a son, Robert Wayne (Mary Ann) Penry of Galloway; and three sisters, Gladys Stidham and Grace (Robert) Redmon of Richwood and Geneva Jones of Ashland, Ky.  Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood.  Robert Wayne Penry will officiate and burial will be at the Prospect Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 an more...
Hilda Fay (Penix) Gilliam
ounty, Virginia and he died May 18, 2000.   She lived most of her life in Marion, and moved to Richwood in the last few years.  She attended the White Oaks Road Freewill Baptist Church in Marion.  She was very crafty, and enjoyed making flower arrangements and quilting.  Hilda was a loving sister and aunt who loved life and loved her dog, Bruiser, aka Brew Brew, who will miss her very much. She is survived by her siblings, Roy Melvin (Rona) Pen more...
Scott Richard Gilliam
Eleven week old Scott Richard Gilliam. of near Prospect, died Wednesday, May 24, 1995 at Children's Hospital, in Columbus. The son of Steve and Jolina Sheets Gilliam was born March 10. 1995. Surviving besides his parents are a sister, Chelsea and a brother, Travis, both at home; grandparents. Harold and Shirley Gilliam. of Jackson and Rayda and Bob Reese, of Richwood; a greatgrandmother, Leona Zachariah, of Richwood. Graveside services were held more...
Darlene Ann Gilliland
ng handmade baby quilts with the Marysville First United Methodist Church Christian Quilters and Crazy Quilters of Union County distributed to hospitals and other organizations. A retired beautician, she found her greatest joy in her children’s achievements.  Though she rarely recognized the merit of her own, she excelled at many things. She enjoyed travelling, was an exceptional quilter, participated in long-distance cycling into her early 60s more...
Mabel F. Gill
yhalia School and coached the girl's basketball team. She married her husband Charles Gill and immediately became ineligible for teaching status as at that time the district rules prohibited married female teachers. She then joined the teaching staff at Raymond District and continued there until World War II when her husband was drafted and sent to France. His absence forced her to give up her teaching career to take over the family business. Whe more...
Mary Katherine Gimble
Rue, she was the daughter of the late Charles J. and Martha (McKee) Albert. She married Charles P, Gimble, and he died in 1962. She worked in sales for Reeds Department Store, Mansfield, for 20 years. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.  She is survived by a brother, Harold Albert, Prosperity, W.Va.; a sister, Mrs. Russell (Helen) Outland, LaRue; and a grandson. She was preceded in death by a daughter, three brothers and three sisters more...
Ruth Alice Gix-Bricker
Prospect, Bethlehem Grange and Prospect Chapter 69 Order of the Eastern Star She was born Oct. 13, 1914, near Prospect to the late Charles D. and Alice I. Bender Mehaffey and was predeceased by two sisters and a son, Ronald Joseph Gix She was predeceased on Jan. 30, 1953, by her first husband Harold W. Gix whom she married Aug. 30,1936, and on March 10 1990 by her second husband, Beaver M Bricker whom she married Nov. 99 1939 She is survived by more...
H. Richard Gix
Whirlpool in Marion and retired from Glenwood Range Co. in Delaware.  He was an avid Ohio State football and basketball fan.  He loved to travel and took great pride in raising his sheep. He is survived by a brother, Donald Joseph Gix, Prospect; his former wife, Dianne Lawrence, Westerville; and cousins.  He was preceded in death by a brother, Ronald Joseph Gix. A private family graveside will take place at a later date.  The family is being as more...
Danny Paul Glass
late Melvin and Mary (Stansberry) Glass. He is survived by his ex-wife Darlene Wood Davis. Daughter; Shannon M. (Steve) Ault of Prospect, Grandchild Andrew (A. J.) Ault, Sister; Peggy (Jerry) Kuntzman of Galena, Brothers: John Glass of Colorado and Frank (Tammy) Glass of Marion. He was a self employed Farrier, has an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from The Ohio State University. Member of the Fota Lambda Sigma Fraternity, Marion Lodge # 70 more...
David Lee Glass
ICHWOOD - David Lee Glass, age 52, of 16961 Ohio 739, Richwood, died Thursday, Feb. 19, 2004, at 6 a.m. at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus. He was born July 6, 1951, in Kenton, Ohio, to the late W.P. and Josephine (Arrowwood) Glass. He is survived by one brother, Marvin D. (Sue) Glass of Stone Mountain, Ga.; one brother-in-law, J. Donald Oberdier of Richwood and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three half- more...
Frank Dale Glass
, he worked for Kokosing Construction, retiring in 2009 as a General Labor Foreman after 34 years of service.  He was a trustee of the Meeker Sportsman Club, member of the NRA, Pheasants Forever and LIUNA Local 574.  Frank enjoyed boating and fishing, shooting, and restoring racecars. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Christina Lynn (Anthony) Marshall, Mansfield; Annie Nicole (Anthony Corfman) Glass, Marion; a brother, john Glas more...
Mary Evelyn Glass
vin W. Glass, and he died in 1977. She worked as a file clerk for Smith Clinic, was a member of BankOne Classic One of Marion, Circle M Horseman and LaRue Senior Citizens. She is survived by three sons, Dan P. Glass, Marion, John M. Glass, Glenwood Springs, Colo., and Frank D. Glass, Big Island; a daughter Mrs. Jerry (Peggy) Kuntzman, Galena; six grandchildren and a great-grandson. She was preceded in death by two brothers. The funeral is 3 p.m. more...
Naomi Glassmeyer
Graveside services were held Monday, May 10, 1999 for Naomi Glassmeyer, who was buried at Claibourne Cemetery, Rev. Joseph Rhea officiated and Ballingsr Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mildred Marian Glass
Columbus Bank Note Company. She was a member of the former Mount Carmel Chapter 42 O.E.S., now Mary Chapter and was a longtime election poll worker in Richwood. She was a member of the Richwood Civic Center, with which she enjoyed traveling on bus trips, especially to Nova Scotia, and in later years she belonged to the Solitaires and enjoyed their activities. She loved her famliy and was there for every activity they participated in. She enjoyed more...
Glen H. Skinner
Glen H. Skinner, age 82 of Prospect, died Thursday afternoon, November 12, 2009 at the Morning View Pointe Nursing Home in Marion.  He was born June 2, 1927 in Delaware County to the late William G. and Florence Joyce (Laughlin) Skinner. Glen was a truck driver who had served in the Army Air Corps during WWII.  In his younger years he enJoyed hunting and fishing. He is survived by two sisters, Opal Griffith, Troy; Wilma June (Robert) Thomas, Er more...
Angela M. Glover
lch. Angela was a homemaker. She was a good person and caretaker for her entire family. She was dependable and was the glue that held the family together, always putting others’ needs before her own. She loved animals and enjoyed going to yard sales and flea markets. Surviving is her husband, Roland Glover whom she married on April 3, 1991. Also surviving are two daughters, Mollie Ann Glover and Cheyeanne Faye Glover, both of Marion; siblings, more...
Drew M. Goddard
1985 in Marion to Michael and Laurie (Ridge) Goddard. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.  He was a supervisor at First Choice Financial in Dublin where he had worked for the last four years.  Drew loved golf, and enjoyed playing at Blues Creek Golf Club, where he had worked when he was younger.  He was a huge OSU Buckeye fan.  He enjoyed taking care of his yard and gardening.  Family was very important to Drew and he was especially clos more...
Guy Eugene Goddard
also a farmer and longtime member of the Pharisburg United Methodist Church. Guy was a former Boys Scout Leader and had coached baseball in Magnetic Springs and Marysville. He was also known to be quite the handyman. Guy enjoyed Country and Western music, camping, boating, traveling and was a Civil War history buff. Funeral Services will be held Friday May 10, 2013 at 11:00 am at the Pharisburg U.M. Church with Pastor Judy Cramer officiating, more...
Herb P. Goedicke
d, attended the Magnetic Springs United Methodist Church, and was a member of the NRA. Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 24, 1999, at 11 a.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home in LaRue, Ohio. Minister will be the Rev. Joanne A. Powers. Friends may call at the funeral home in LaRue from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. Those who wish may make contributions to the Marion County Animal Shelter. more...
Jerry Goins
rry Goins and 2 sisters: Rebecca Higgins and Judy Thompson Jerry was a Veteran of the Army and had worked at Parker Hydraulics in Marysville for over 40 yrs. He collected coins, hunted and collected Indian artifacts, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. Surviving are his daughters: Wendy (Dave) Hamlin of Chattanooga, Tn. and Rita (Jason) Ford of Richwood Grandchildren: Megan, Kayla, David II, Cameron, Brittany, Samantha and Ethan Great Grandson: K more...
Charles F. Goldberg
. 28, 2003, at the VA Hospital in Dayton after an illness of 23 years. He was a horse trainer employed by Farrington Stables. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of VFW Post 870 and the Richwood Matinee Club. He enjoyed doing crossword puzzles and working in his garden. He was born Feb. 23, 1931 in St. Peter, Minn., to the late Ray and Clairenda Tormane Goldberg. He is survived by his wife, Rosie Marie Hill Goldberg of Richwood whom he more...
Rosie Marie (Hill) Goldberg
at the age of 12 in the Cumberland River by Bro. Alvin Holt of the Church of Christ.  She never regretted giving her life to God and never lost Faith.  She often said, "Look at all the pretties that God has made for us to enjoy."  She loved feeding and watching birds, whether they were her parakeets or birds outside.  She was a horse groomer for many years, assisting her husband with training.  She loved kids and packed shoeboxes for needy child more...
Landis Thomas Goodell
al Albert in 1935 in Michigan. She survives. He worked in Michigan for the Fruehauf Trailer Co. and Great Lakes Shipbuilding Co. He and Mrs. Goodell have lived in LaRue 13 years. Also surviving are two sons, Thomas L. of St. Jospeh, Mich., and Robert; three grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren; a step-daughter. Helen Brobst of Marion; a stepson, Jack Knapp of Indianapolis; five step-grandchildren. Three brothers, one sister and a daughter, more...
Clarence E. Goodin
months Occupation of Deceased retired farmer . /-/p.c/ Church, Lodges, Societies A />* / /C7 Zion 'Church of Christ, Prospect; Prospect Masonic Lodge F&AM for 60 years Date of Birth June 6, I898 Place of Birth Father’s Name John W. Goodin Mother’s Maiden Name If Living, Where ----- Mary E. Stuber Coshocton County, Ohio Living ( ) Deceased ( % Living ( ) Deceased ("f Married to , Hazel_ Mae_ Darst (date) Oct Zk, 1933 ; in Wife or Husband Liv more...
Hazel Mae Goodin
rist was born October 14, 1911 in Radnor, daughter of Hayes E. and Ida L. Williams Darst. She married Clarence E. Goodin October 24. 1933. He preceded her in death September 13, 1982. Surviving are two sons Don of Radnor and John of LaRue; six grandchildren, nine great-grandchilren and a sister Mary M. Bumgartner of Prospect. Rev. Bob Airhart conducted funeral services Thursday, April 4 at Gehm-Ballingcr Funeral Home. Interment was at Radnor Ceme more...

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