Welcome, Guest Log in or Register


Search Obituaries:
     

Advanced Search                     Show Popular Searches

Archives



  Found 34 records for joy griffith.  Showing 1 to 25.

Page
1 2   Next>>
Name
Ruth O. Beckel
for many years.  Ruth had worked as a clerk at the IGA store in Prospect.  She was very talented at sewing and needlepoint and one of her favorite hobbies was redressing dolls.  She loved playing euchre and pinochle.  Ruth enjoyed baking, and one of her specialties was chocolate chip cookies.  She also enjoyed playing the organ. On September 23, 1944 she married Clyde Beckel Sr. in LaRue and he survives.  She is also survived by two sons, Clyde more...
Richard E. Blair
asons in Delaware and the former Prospect Lodge #444.  He also belonged to George Lewis Behrens Chapter #504 Order of the Eastern Star, Scottish Rite Valley of Columbus, and the Marionaires Barbershop Harmony Chorus. Dick enjoyed golf, bowling, fishing, camping and traveling, dancing, and family gatherings.  He and Marian spent their winters in Tavares, Florida. Besides his wife, he is survived by six daughters, Valinda (William) Klingler, Mari more...
Robert Lee "Bobby" Blumenschein
o Robert Lee Blumenschein and Arlene (Griffith) Gerfen. His father preceded him in death and his mother survives in Richwood. Bobby was handy with tools and helped out the residents of Richwood Greene with repairs, and he enjoyed helping plant flowers and plants in the garden. He is also survived by a sister, Kim Jerew, Richwood; a niece, Alisha Bell; and two nephews, Hunter and Brad Jerew. Burial in Claibourne Cemetery will take place at a la more...
Dorothy Ann Boswell
n United, the Prospect Gardeners, the Prospect Searchlight Literary Club, and the Marion County County Services for the Aging. Dorothy served as volunteer tutor at Elgin South under the "Ohio Reads" program for years. She enjoyed the time spent volunteering at Elgin as a Speech Tournament Judge under the direction of Max Griffith. Dorothy always admired Max’s abilities with the children. Dorothy also had served with the Ridgedale Schools as a fa more...
Jeremy A Broderick
h School, Jeremy was a carpenter, where he worked on a framing crew, working for several companies in Columbus. One of his favorite things in life to do was spending time and riding dirt bikes with his son Josston, he also enjoyed fishing with his brother Jarret and they attended many dart and pool tournaments together. Jeremy was a talented builder of demolition derby cars, enjoying this sport with family and friends at the Derby Factory with hi more...
John P. "Jack" Cooperider
n avid motorcyclist, his hobbies included hunting, tinkering in his shop and golfing.  Jack loved spending time with his family and grandchildren and was a wonderful father and husband.  He was a great prankster and always enjoyed a good laugh. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Karen (Rob) Cameron, Helena, Montana and children, Andrea and Ross Cameron; Phyllis (Mark) Roberts, Blacklick and children, Cyndi (Tom) Ross, Chrisy ( more...
Henrietta Moyer Cowgill
member of the Richwood First Baptist Church where she served as church secretary for many years. She was a 50-year member and Past Worthy Matron of Mount Carmel chapter 42 OES of Rich-wood and was a talented seamstress who enjoyed knitting, crocheting and painting. She was born Jan. 11, 1913, in Richwood to the late Charles R. and Lloa Griffith Moyer and was predeceased by three brothers, joy, Glenn and John Moyer. She married Arthur Sullivan on more...
Glorene Y. Drown
re she was the last surviving charter member, member of the Prospect U.M. Church, she was an accomplished seamstress and in her younger days had worked as a hairdresser. Glorene was an avid reader, loved having company and enjoyed a good laugh. But the center of her life was her family, whom she was devoted to. Funeral services will be held Wednesday May 15, 2013 at 11:00 am at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in Prospect, Pastor Carolyn Chr more...
Helen Easterday
rried Samuel F. Easterday, and he died Sept. 11, 1984. She was a long-time member of the VFW Post 870 Ladies Auxiliary.  She loved gardening, quilting, and making doll clothes and baby clothes for her grandkids.  Her real enjoyment was spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.   She is survived by a son, Sam (Nina) Easterday, Marion; two daughters, Letha Gibson, Marion; Adella Easterday, Marysville; 13 grandchildren, Kathy G more...
Delores J. Foster
ember 1, 1935 in Marion to the late Gerald and Donna (Griffith) Seiter.  She was raised by her grandparents, David "Eddie" and Hazel Griffith. She was a member of the Richwood Civic Center.  She was a home health aide who enjoyed helping others.  Delores loved doing puzzles, crosswords and playing bingo.  She loved being with her family and grandchildren. She is survived by two sons, Jerry (Tara) Spicer, Marysville; Brad (Wendy) Spicer, Orlando more...
Dennis D. Gerfen
vives in Richwood. A 1976 graduate of River Valley High School, he worked as a machinist at Magnetic Screw for 21 years.  He later worked as a custodian for Richwood First United Methodist Church.  Always keeping busy, he enjoyed being outside, mowing yards, plowing snow, or just talking to people. He is survived by a son, Bobby Blumenschein II, Richwood; a daughter, Kim (Shane Ginn) Jerew, Richwood; four brothers, Allen Gerfen, Marion; Gary Ge more...
Marjorie Arlene Gerfen
uary 28, 1989; her son, Bobby Blumenschein II; four brothers and two sisters. Arlene was a graduate of Fairbanks High School. One of twelve children, she was a hard worker, cleaning houses in the area for many people. She enjoyed reading and playing puzzles. She is survived by her daughter, Kim (Shane Ginn) Jerew, Richwood; five grandchildren, Alisha (Tyler) Bell, Hunter Jerew, Bradley Jerew, Chance Jerew, Wesley Ginn; fifteen great-grandchildr 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...
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...
I. Jean Griffith
r of the Calvary Baptist Church in Marysville; she had worked as a machine operator at Delo Screw retiring in 1979 after almost 19 yrs of service.  At the Marion Manor where she has been residing for the last 10 years, she enjoyed playing Bingo and doing word search puzzles. Surviving is her daughter: Judy (Verne) Payne of Richwood, three sons: William (Sandra) Lucas of Topsham, ME; Michael (Sharon) Lucas of Columbus and Earl Geho of Tavares, Fl more...
Jeffrey L. "Griff" Griffith
te in baseball. He worked for 42 years for Ohio Edison as a lineman, a job he cherished, and made many friendships throughout the years traveling all across the United States with his work. Griff was an avid sportsman and enjoyed many sports throughout his life.  Whatever he did, he did it well, whether it was fast pitch softball, golf or bowling. He was also a true outdoorsman.  He loved fishing and hunting and truly cared about the outdoors. more...
Phyllis I. Griffith
e dealership was sold, she went to work for Charles Auto Parts as the secy/bookkeeper. In 1987 she was hired at the Farmers Insurance Group in Columbus, where she remained until her retirement in 1997. After retirement she enjoyed traveling and going on Cruises with family and friends. She also could be found training the families Field Trial dogs on the back country roads. She loved traveling all over the United States to attend Field Trials and more...
Velma Althea Ward James
le’s Restaurant and Lauer’s Grocery.  Her last thirty years of work were at the Prospect Bank, then National City Bank.  After retirement, she was busy working on projects for the Prospect Senior Citizens, which she really enjoyed. She is survived by a daughter, Joan (George) Norris, Marion; two granddaughters, Kellie Price, LaRue; Sally (Dan) Gorby, Colonial Heights, Virginia; four great-grandchildren, Robert McKinniss, Danielle McKinniss, Magg more...
Homer Ray Jenkins
his fed his love to travel. A fan of Bluegrass music, he had even played guitar and sang in a band with his brothers and close friends. A tinkerer, Homer could fix anything from cars to his grandkid’s toys. He was known to enjoy a Little Debbie, ice cream and a glass of buttermilk as a treat, but his favorite meal was biscuits and gravy (as long as the biscuits were homemade). His favorite tv shows were the Big Bang Theory and The Andy Griffith S more...
Renetta Dawn Penix Johnson
ved Jesus. She was a member of Community United Calvary Church in Richwood. She worked for PPG for 24 years before going to work for Sanhua International in Marysville and CCFI in Dublin. Renetta loved being a grandma. She enjoyed traveling, especially to Nashville. She was also known to frequent casinos from time to time. She is survived by her mother, Rona Penix, Richwood; daughters, Ronatta (Mark) Campbell, West Mansfield; Rheann (Josh) Turne more...
Bernice Jean (Welch) Jolliff
flower beds, the relaxing goldfish-filled lily pad pond and orchestrating the transplanting process in the greenhouses allowing her and Don to share the bounty of colorful annuals to family, friends, and neighbors. Bernice enjoyed painting as well as silversmith work, making southwest silver jewelry. Quilting was an evening hobby, piecing together heirlooms for years to come. Though she loved her hobbies and handiwork, nothing came close to her l more...
Arnold Joseph
odist Church, the Prospect American Legion Post 368, Prospect Lions Club, and the Marion County Democratic Club. During his retirement, Arnold and Marie restored and operated the Hocking Valley Train Station Restaurant. He enjoyed playing both baseball and softball. He was an avid fan of both the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Kentucky Wildcats. Surviving is his daughter: Betty (Jerry) Remlinger of Prospect, daughter in law: Annie Joseph of Prospect more...
Margaret (Fout) Jolliff Koetz
0 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great-grandchildren. Margaret worked at Marysville Bowling Lanes, Lamplighter, KFC and Burger King, and she owned and operated the Sportsman Lounge for a short time. She enjoyed playing cards and was a flawless embroiderer, and avid gardener/canner and treasured her time listening to Conway, Loretta, George and Tammy. Public graveside services (everyone is welcome) will be Friday, November 27, more...
Mary L. McElroy
law: Emma Jean Cook of Lima Nieces and Nephews Special friends: Deb Lewis, Phyllis Griffith and Grace Jerew Mary had worked at the former Marblecast Plant in Richwood, was a member of the Richwood Church of Christ, she enjoyed working in her garden and with her flowers and traveling Mary was a kind and generous person who will be missed by her loving family whom she adored In Keeping with Mary’s wishes Memorial Services will be held Thursd more...
Donette Mae Moore
ne, Ernest Lee and Edgar Irwin Jr. and two sisters, Erma June and Edna Alberta. On January 21, 1956 she married Billy Moore in Liberty, Indiana and he survives. Donette loved country music and was a talented singer.  She enjoyed singing at country music jamborees around the area.  Her musical abilities also included calling square dances and playing guitar.  She also enjoyed sewing and crocheting, cooking and she loved to paint. Besides her hu more...

Page
1 2   Next>>

Home | History | Pre-Planning | Obituaries | Archives | Contact Us | Florists | Hotels | Obit Alerts

Copyright © 1969 - 2022 Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Homes, Inc.
Mon, 4 Jul 2022 12:04:00 EDT