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Irene Painter
MARION - Irene Painter, age 97, formerly of Richwood, died early Tuesday morning, Feb. 17, 1998, at Marion Manor Nursing Home. She was born March 7, 1900, in Pike County to parents X.X. and Mary (Johnson) Bayhan. On Sept. 24, 1928, she married Warren E Painter and he died Nov. 3, 1985. Along with her husband, she owned and operated a general store in Claibourne and then the former Royal Blue Market in Richwood. She was a member of the Claibourne more...
Helen Anna Palmer
ers Beauty Shop in Marion, and then ran her own shop at home for about 15 years. She was a member of the Business Women's Sorority in Marion. She is survived by one son, David A. (Sue) Palmer of LaRue; one daughter, Lynn M. (John) Corbin of LaRue; four grandchildren, Julie (Aaron) Benson of Marion, Brian M. Corbin, Douglas R. Palmer and Kaitlain Palmer, all of LaRue; two sisters, MarJorie Wolf of Lore City, Ohio, and Mrs. Freda (William) McCartne more...
Kay Lemaine Palmer
atistical analyst. He was an Army veteran of World War II and attended LaRue United Methodist Church. He was also a member of the Ohio Archaelogical Society. Also surviving are a son, David A. Palmer, LaRue; a daughter, Mrs. John (Lynn M.) Corbin, LaRue; a brother, Benjamin Palmer, South Bend; a sister, Dolores Carter, Marion; and four grandchildren. The funeral is 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Stofcheck Funeral Home, LaRue, with the Rev. David M. Elliot more...
Marlies Ann (Bumgarner) Parikian
ter, Julia Sessler, Richwood; and her son Bradley Sessler.  She will also be missed by her six beloved pets. A 1977 graduate of North Union High School, she received her undergraduate degree from Capital University with a major in psychology in 2003.  She graduated from the University of Dayton in 2006 with her M.S in Counseling Education.  She worked as a Mental Health Counselor at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Marlies’ personal philosophy w more...
Anna L. Parish
Essex) United Methodist Church.  She was an avid Ohio State football and basketball fan and loved watching television, especially old movies and the Hallmark Channel.  Her favorite time of the year was Christmas time.  She enjoyed making that season special for her family, and she loved to shop.  She was known to have a feisty spirit by her family and friends. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Bill (Beth) Parish, Richwood; two daugh more...
Cleo C. Parish
; Gene. Concord. MASS._ -3-dau --dec.-- MxsxKiiBhnMftMagyflMQbBByxflBbggRgyxahgB- _Elizabeth Ann Neumann_ _Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses - _1 Sis -_Hrs. John (Mary) Obee, Sebring, Ohio- Funeral Services will be held_Suny Nov. l, 1987_, la. at 2 : °°P ni jn the_Essex United Meth. Church_ with Rev. Harley Roston_officiating. Burial will be in_ Price_ Cemetery, near_ Friend more...
Harold Cheney "Hal" Parish
then Dublin, where he remained until he retired in 1995 from C. V. I. and moved back to Richwood.  Even during his 'retirement' years, he worked as an engineering consultant designing cryogenic heat exchangers. Hal truly enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren, and friends. He attended many, many graduations, baptisms, birthdays, and school events.  He had a passion for church and Bible study and served in various capacities at t more...
Iva Marie Parish
chwood and was a member of that church and, the Paul Vick Circle. She was bom Aug. 20, 1920, in Richwood to the late Anson and Amanda Bending Chapman and was predeceased by a son, Ted Parish; four brothers, Dallas. Theodore, John and Wilson Chapman; and a sister, Mary Anne Chapman. She married George Parish in February 1938 and he died in 1978. She is survived by a son, Gary Parish of Burke, Va.; a daughter, Diane Arnold of Morral; eight grandchi more...
Lois Jeffers Parish
at 3:00 PM at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in LaRue. Her son Michael Parish will officiate.Calling hours one hour before service.  Burial in the LaRue Cemetery beside her husband Dale. Lois, the daughter of the late John and Elsie Jeffers, was born May 14, 1919 in Woodsfield, Ohio.  She moved with her family to a farm near Green Camp, Ohio where she attended elementary and high school, participating in sports, music, and theater.  Lois g more...
Olin E. Parish
his sister’s cabin in Minnesota were always a favorite for Olin. Olin will be remembered for his ornery spirit and loving personality. Surviving are his children: Judy (Ink) Monroe, Richwood, Bill (Beth) Parish, Richwood, Joyce (Terry) Christy, Covington 9 grandchildren - Jim (Rita) Monroe, Tim (Tracy)Monroe, Tami (Bill) Holloway; Carmen (Eric) Shields, Barbara Parish, Jeff (Mandy)Parish, John (Michelle)Parish, Jill (Lee)Arent, Keith (Lauri)C more...
Phillip A. Parish
a U.S. Army veteran and member of Gainesboro United Methodist Church. His father survives in Marion, and his mother in Gainesboro. Also surviving  are two sons, Phillip Parish Jr. and Michael Parish, Virginia; two brothers, Joe E. Parish, Gainesboro, and sister, LeAnn Weist, De Pere, Wis. A graveside service will be conducted 9 a.m. Tuesday at LaRue Cemetery with the Rev. Joanne A. Powers officiating. Friends may call at Stofcheck Funeral Home, more...
Ray Watkins Parish
991 Thurs. Marion Hour Of Death__2:00 P-m-_ How Long 111 failing health 1 year Occupation of Deceased retired postal clerk from Marion post office in 1976 Church, Lodges, Societies Essex United Methodist Church; Retired Major with the U. S. Air Force Reserves; served in the South Pacific during WWII Date Of Birth NoV- 22' 1915_ Place of Birth Essex, Union Co., Ohio Father's Name _Clarence Anson Parish_Liying ( } Deceased (x) Mother's Maide more...
Naomi M. Parker-Styer
died Sunduy. Dec. 29, 1996 at Community Nursing Center in Marion. The New Winchester resident had heen in failing health for several years. She was born January 19, 1916 in Garrison. KY, daughter of Alva and Wessie MrCleese Jones. Her husband Alva Richard Parker, preceded her in death September 3, 1957. She married Ernest Styer in 1968. He died January 28, 1980. Surviving are four sons, Lovell Parker, Richwood; James Parker, New Winchester; Fred more...
Jimy Ray Parker
uthie Parker of rural Bucyrus, after a battle with cancer. A 1978 graduate of North Union schools, he worked for Scioto Valley as an industrial cleaner. He was a former member of the Galion Moose, was an avid body builder, enjoyed mountain biking, and was a great sports fan - his favorites were North Union, the Ohio State Buckeyes, Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavaliers He was born June 10, 1958, in Kenton, to Lovell R. and Le more...
Lee Parker
igh School for the past 17 years and was a member of the Richwood Community United Calvary Church, the Richwood Civic Center and the Kitchen Band. She cherished all the children she came in contact with at the high school, enjoyed watching sporting events and especially enjoyed being with her grandchildren. She was bom July 9, 1938, in Marion to the late Alva and Mildred Porter Orr. She is survived by her husband, Lovell R. Parker whom she marrie more...
Pearl Parker
viving is one son, T. L. Parker, LaRue; three daughters, Mrs. Jack (Doris) Chambers, New Blooming-ton; Mrs.' Paul (Marie) Schlaudroff, Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Mrs. George (Betty Lou) Hopkins, Stockport; Ohio; a sister, Mrs. John (Zoa) Pixler, Marion, 11 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. The service will be Monday at 2 p.m. at LaRue - United Methodist Church by the Rev. David Elliott. Burial will be in LaRue Cemetery. Friends may-call more...
Teresa S. Parker
Ohio with her family. She attended Richwood North Union High School until her senior year, then transferred and graduated from Bucyrus High School in Ohio. She also attended Akron University in Akron, Ohio. She played and enjoyed many sports throughout high school and college. Teresa worked at Timberlane Apartments in Peoria for 10 years Teresa was the runner-up world champion of the 2001 REMAX Long Drive Championship. Teresa wished to have h more...
Thomas Logan "T.L." Parker
ue to the late George Washington and Pearl (McGuire) Parker, he was also preceded in death by three sisters: Doris Chambers, Mertie Marie Schlaudroff and Betty Lou Graven and one nephew. Tom left LaRue when he turned 18, to join the Air Force. He proudly served our country for 22 years. It was while stationed at Homestead Air Force Base, near Miami, Florida, that he and a fellow serviceman friend went on a blind date with a couple of sisters. I more...
Lola H. Parlin
_in_ Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased (*), When_Feb. 2. 1950 Surviving Children and Addresses_ none Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses - _1 sis - Mrs. John (Wilma) Herb, Ocala, Fla._ 1 bro and 1 sis dec. ____ nieces and nephews survive Graveside ^ . Services will be held_ri*' , .c __, 19L 3:00 p . Price Cemetery at___m. in the_ . , „ Harley Roston • ■. .«» with more...
Dortha Ethel Parmer
Union County. She was a member of the Claibourne United Methodist Church and its Women's Society, the Claibourne Grange and the Richwood Civic Center. She was born Oct. 4, 1906, in Union County to the late Charley and Minnie Johnson Parmer and was predeceased by two brothers and a sister. She is survived by two nieces, Nadine Van Winkle of Richwood and Bette Schultz of Canal Winchester; and several other nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral servi more...
Chester W. Parrott
o Martha Taylor (date) _April 21, 19^ _ Wife or Husband Living P) or Deceased ( ), When- Surviving Children and Addresses_ 1 son - James Parrott.  phoenix arizona- 1 dau - P^tixxftaaxKocfeds Mrs* Patricia-Eby, Mission viejo, Calif.- (Hal) Grandchildren and 3_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses - 3 bro - Rev. Harry Parrott, x&tayxeaaax&ft Seminole, Fla._ Ray Parrott, Kenton; _Donald Parrott, Mar more...
Donald Dean Parrott
ness until shortly before his last illness and death. j He actively promoted community interests, serving as president of • he Richwood Community Apartments at the time they were dedi-ated in 1972, a member of the Tri-Rivers Joint Vocational Adviso-y Committee, Union County representative to the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging, member of the Union County Board of Health, trustee of NUAC, organizer and supporter of the annual Richwood Springenfe more...
Donnie Parrott
both survive. On February 24, 1990, he married the love of his life, Connie Colvin in Marysville, and she survives. Donnie loved life, it’s as simple as that.  He instilled into his children how it was to truly live and enjoy life to the fullest with no regrets and with hearts full of adventure. He enjoyed taking annual hunting trips to Wyoming with his father.  He was a man who never met a stranger; those who didn't know him knew of him and h more...
Dorothy Ballard Parrott
everal articles which were published. She and her loving husband, Donald D. Parrott were married on April 4, 1931, in Fletcher, Ohio by Rev. Harry B. Parrott, Jr., brother of Donald.  She leaves three children, Kathryn Kay (John) Bishop, William L. (Sally) Parrott, Richard E. (May) Parrott, grandchildren, Mark (Anamaria) Bishop, Kendra (Stephen) Hamby, Mary Jean (Nevin) Smith, Rita (James) Monroe, Donald (Connie) Parrott, Anne (Damon) Crabtree, more...
James T. Parrott
years.  He later moved to Phoenix, Arizona and became involved with the real estate industry where he was co-owner of his own agency and invested in rental properties.  He loved his ties to Richwood, Ohio: Parrott Implement, John Deere and his friends & family.  He also loved baseball (Sparky’s Big Red Machine and more recently the Arizona Diamondbacks), basketball (the Phoenix Suns), Ohio State football (especially when they beat Michigan), appl more...

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