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Mary Barnett
COLUMBUS - Mary Barnett, 90, 4800 Tamarack Blvd. and formerly of LaRue, died May 26, 1997 at Grant-Riverside Hospital. Born Feb. 12, 1907, she was the daughter of the late John and Stella (Bragunier) Swisher. She married Floyd Barnett on Feb. 20, 1928, and he preceded her in death Nov. 22, 1986. Mrs. Barnett was a homemaker and member of Green Camp Baptist Church, LaRue Senior Citizens and Tymochtee Grange, in which she was junior matron from 19 more...
Norma Jean Bower
une 30, 1967 she married Robert Bower, and he survives. Mrs. Bower is also survived by two sons, Thomas Loren Bower, at home, and Robert Brian Bower, Fayetteville, N.C.; a daughter, Christina Ellen Bower, at home; a brother, John Coy, LaRue; a sister, Patricia Isom, Mansfield; and maternal grandmother, Hazel Harvey, Kenton. A brother is deceased. The service will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Stofcheck Funeral Home, LaRue, with the Rev. David M. Elliott more...
Beatrice (Lykins) Coyle
Pastor Donald Moceri officiating. Burial will follow in Claibourne Cemetery. Friends may call on Saturday from 2 to 4 PM at the funeral home in Richwood. Pallbearers will be Liae Siufanua, Steven Siufanua, Leonard J. Coyle; John Buchanan, Alaiasu Siufanua, Donald Mathys. Memorial gifts may be made to the Christian Assembly Church, 1003 N. Maple Street, Marysville, OH 43040. Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at www.stofcheck-balling more...
Loren Charles Coy
p.m. Sunday, April 8, 2001, at his residence. He was born Aug. 7, 1924, in Hardin County, to the late Everett Lee and Hazel (Durkin) Coy. On Feb. 9,1948, he married Maxine E. Noel and she survives. Also surviving is one son, John Charles Coy of LaRue; and one daughter, Patricia Ann (Robert) Bower of LaRue; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. One son, Thomas E. Coy, one daughter, Norma Jean Bower, grand-daughter, Christina E. Bower and more...
Maxine Ellen Coy
ent winters in Florida, where she also directed the Kitchen Band. When working, she had worked at the Fulfillment Corp. in Marion and at the Ridgway Hatchery in LaRue Surviving are her children: Patty Ann (Robert) Bower and John Coy both of LaRue. 9 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren Funeral services will be held Tuesday February 20, 2018 at 1:30 pm at the LaRue United Methodist Church, Pastor Mike Raypholtz will officiate, burial will fo more...
Mary Cunningham
Mary E. Cunningham age 82 of Raymond, died Monday Evening at her home surrounded by her loving family She was born December 1, 1924 in Richwood to the late John Welling and Hazel (Kale) Lane Mary was a 1942 graduate of the Richwood High School, she was a farmwife who loved to garden, work with her flowers and cook. The most important part of her life was taking care of her family Surviving is her husband Vernon E. "Gene" Cunningham, wh more...
Vernon E. "Gene" Cunningham
years ago.  In his leisure time he enjoyed visiting and talking with friends at the Fork in the Road Restaurant in Somersville. He is survived by four sons, Tim (Debbie) Lane, Raymond; Danny (Pat Coyle) Cunningham, Raymond; John (Connie Landon) Cunningham, Broadway; Tom (Linda) Cunningham, Raymond.  Also surviving are Dennis (Danetta) Babbs, Plain City; whom the Cunninghams raised and considered their son; six grandchildren, Trisha (Mike) Duncan more...
Wilbur M. Deisher
a stepdaughter, Mrs. Nancy Deisher Hobbs, Cincinnati; two brothers, A. Neil Deisher, Bellefontaine, and Walter R. "Bud" Deisher, San Diego, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Harold (Beatrice) Hover, Huntsville, Mrs. Vera Johnson, Bellefontaine, and Mrs. Dixie Moury, Dem-ing, N.M.; and two grandchildren. A brother and a sister are deceased. A service will be conducted at 2 p .m. Saturday in Stofcheck Funeral Home here by the Rev. Gerald Frazee more...
Ernest J. Gamble
est J., died in 1932. Originally,   she   was   from Athens   County.   She   was   a member   of   Meeker   United Methodist Church and charter; member of Louvaine Literary Club. Surviving are 2 sons, Ralph E of Meeker and John J. of Silver Spring, Md.; 4 daughters, Mrs. Paul (Thelma) Bo$'d ot Fostoria, Mrs. Harold (Madolyn) Snyder of New B 1 o o m i n g t on, Mrs. Isobel Creviston of Galion and Mrs. B J (Ramona) Frahser of Uncasville, Conn.; 1 more...
Braden Lee McEntire Johnson
MARION - Braden Lee McEntire Johnson, stillborn, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2004, at 10:17 p.m. at Marion General Hospital. He is survived by his parents, Luckas Johnson and Desire McEntire of LaRue; maternal grandmother, Tracey (De-morris) Brown of LaRue; maternal great-grandfathers, Clifford Brown of Kentucky and Foy Potts of Meeker; maternal great-grandparents, James and Linda McCoy of LaRue; maternal great-great-grandmother, Mildred Hoffer of Caledonia more...
Jean Ann Lux
e Lux Jr. of Shelby, Ohio; four brothers, Fred Perkins of Florida, Jack Perkins of Mansfield, Lawrence "Butch" Mumau and Larry Mumau, both of Ashland; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline Burkey of Doylestown, Mrs. Geraldine Johnson of New Bloomington, Mrs. Helen Sferra of Steubenville and Mrs. Betty Coy of Salem; and several grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1999, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Church in LaRue. Minister will more...
Edward Eugene McCoy
er, Sora-Lynn McCoy, Ostrander; future stepchildren, Shadow (Ida Hodge) Arthur, Prospect; Kada Arthur, Prospect; unborn granddaughter, Lyric Arthur; a brother, Ken McCoy, Richwood; three sisters, Debra Pearl, Richwood; Freda Johnson, Mt. Victory; Tillie Young, Williamson, West Virginia; his step-father, Bruce Gibson, Raven, Kentucky; three close friends whom he considered his brothers, Rusty Rollins and Ryan Patrick of Indiana; and Jim Corbin, Ma more...
L. Wayne Seiter
School Board Member for 24 years, where he was able to hand diplomas to all of his children. He was also named to the All-Ohio School Board in 1990. He had served as a 4-H advisor. Early on in his career he had worked with Johnny Long as a painter and at Whirlpool as a guard. Wayne loved sports; it was a great joy for him to watch his grandkids playing sports and showing their fair projects at the Richwood Fair. He was a big fan of Bobby Knigh more...
Madolyn Virginia Snyder
WSCS of the church and the SSH Club of LaRue. Mrs. Snyder is survived by two sons, Jack E. Snyder, Findlay, and Robert H. Snyder, Marion; one daughter, Mrs. Lee (Sharon) Mathews, Marion; two brothers, Ralph Gamble, Stow, and John J. Gamble, Annapolis, Md.; two sisters, Isobel Creviston, Galion, and Mrs. B.J. (Ramona) Frasher, Brandon, Miss.; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. A brother, sister and great-grandchild are deceased. Funera more...

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