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Molly Ann Buckingham
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS - Molly Ann Buckingham (nee Edwards), age 36, of Parma Heights, Ohio, died Thursday, May 6, at her residence. Beloved wife of Mark. Loving mother of Isabelle and Luke. Dear daughter of the late William and Barbara Edwards. Dear sister of Cecelia Felehaber, Mary and William Edwards, Patti Smith and Karen Miller. Dear daughter-in-law of Marv and Gaye Buckingham of Marion, Ohio. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and dear frie more...
Brandon Cory King
NEW BLOOMINGTON - Brandon Cory King, age 17, of rural New Bloomington, died suddenly Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006, at approximately 3:30 p.m. at his residence. He was born April 13,1988, in Marion, to Terry and Karla (Moury) King. They survive in New Bloomington. Also surviving are one brother, Dillan M. King, and one sister, Cassey D. King, both at home; maternal grandparents Carl and Ruthann Moury of Green Camp; paternal grandmother Jean Darland of more...
Clara Ella King
Clara Ella King, 81, of Richwood, died Friday, June 3,2005, at her home. A 1942 graduate of Richwood High School, she was a homemaker and a member of the Community United Calvary Church. She enjoyed going out with her former classmates She was horn Feb. 18, 1924, in Richwood, to the late William and Carrie Hughes Jerew. She also was preceded in death by a brother, Glen Jerew, and a sister, Elsie Moore. On June 6,1942, in Greenup Ky., she married more...
DeMar Ward King
DeMar Ward King, 85, of Prospect died Saturday, June 5, 1999, at his home. He was a retired mechanic with the Erie Railroad. He was a member of the Prospect United Methodist Church, a 50-year member and Past Master of Prospect 444 F&AM and the first president and charter member of the Prospect Lions Club. He was born Dec. 31, 1913 in Peebles to the late Charles and Rhea Anna Ward King and was predeased by a sister. He is survived by his wife of 6 more...
Dempsey A. King
Dempsey A.  King,  83,  681 Herman St., died Wednesday May 17, 1995 at Marion General Hospital. He was born Feb. 27, 1912, in Clendenin,  WVa., the son of the late David B. and Betty (McClinick) King. On June 17, 1938, he married Genevieve H. Mick, and she, died May 7,1992. Mr. King had retired from Kaiser Aluminum in Ravenswood, W.Va. A World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy, he was a former member of the Masons, Moose and Odd Fellows lodges and more...
Genevieve H. King
Genevieve H. King, 75, Smeltzer Road, Marion, died Thursday evening May 7, 1992 at Marion General Hospital. Born August 25, 1916, in Weston, W.Va., she was a daughter of Roy and Delia (Samples) Mick. On June 17, 1938, she married Dempsey A. King, who survives, in Clendenin, W.Va.. Mrs. King w/as retired from the O.J. Morrison Department Store, Ripley, W.Va., and was a member of the OES Lydia Chapter 83, Marion, and the Rebekah Paradise Lodge No. more...
John E. King
John E. King 58 of Richwood, died early Wednesday morning August 9, 2017 at The Ohio State University Medical Center. He was born July 20, 1959 in Urbana to the late Nelson Lee and Dorothy L (Foust) King. John was a plumber and jack of all trades, worKing for Hayner Plumbing and Heating of Marysville. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and cooKing. He was also very good at taKing care of things, like his fish in his garden pond, his big red truck, his more...
Larry Omer King
Larry Omer King, 75 of Columbus, died Saturday, May 26, 2018 at his home. He was born May 17, 1943 in Richwood to the late William Omer and Clara E. (Jerew) King. Larry had been featured as an Easter Seals Child when he was younger. He was an avid Ohio State Football fan. He loved cars and was very knowledgeable about makes and models. He was an aggressive board game player and was a fan of bluegrass music. He is survived by a sister, Sharon ( more...
Mary Pauline King
Mary Pauline King Age    89 Address   Community Healthcare Center formerly of Prospect Occupation   Librarian Employed by   Pleasant Local Schools Church, Lodges, Memberships   Prospect United Methodist Church; former Mt. Carmel Chapter 42 Order of the Eastern Star, Daughters of the American Revolution, Prospect Garden Club Date of Death   01/15/2004 Place of Death   Community Healthcare Center, wher more...
Trent Edward King
Trent Edward King, 35 of Marion, died Thursday December 2, 2021 at his home. He was born January 1, 1986 in Marion to James E. King and Lori Wilson. Trent was a 2004 graduate of the Elgin High School and a certified L.P.N. He worked at the Kenton Nursing and Rehab Center for the last 4 yrs. He was an avid OSU Buckeye fan. He also enjoyed golfing and playing video games. Trent was a person who had a passion for helping others. His family and f more...
William Omer King
William Omer King age 87 of Richwood, died Thursday Morning December 10. 2009 at the Lima Memorial Hospital He was born July 14, 1922 in Ostrander to the late Arthur and ImoJean (Wolford) King; he was also predeceased by 3 brothers and 3 sisters Omer was a retired carpenter/Millwork with the Steward Construction Company in Marion for 28 yrs., he was also an active member of the Community United Calvary Church where he had served as a deacon, he more...


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Betty A. Adams
t Lucie, FL, and Rebecca (Larry) France of Broomfield, CO who survive. In the mid ‘90’s Betty and Donald decided they would spend their golden years in Florida.  They retired to the Villages’ of Lady Lake FL and enjoyed making many new friends, golfing, their custom golf cart, traveling and visiting their grandchildren and great grandchildren.   Besides her children, Larry and Rebecca, survivors also include 4 grandchildren, Steven (Kristi) A more...
Johnnie M. Adams III
n the cardiac catheter laboratory at Smith Clinic. Mr. Adams graduated in 1985 as a registered X-ray technician from Marion General Hospital. He graduated from Elgin High School in 1981 and also reigned as Marion County Fair King that year, receiving The Marion Star Outstanding 4-H Boy in Marion County Award.  Also surviving is a sister, Tami Lynne Adams, LaRue; grandparents, John and Florence Adams, Richwood, land a grandmother, Ruth Stiffler,   more...
Patricia M. Agler
nd, she also was predeceased by a sister, Natalia Clunk, in 2020. The family would also like to acknowledge her special friends around Prospect, especially Merle and Diana Dutt, Gary Carr, and Sylvia Harmon; Sue Ahmay for making her look beautiful for many years; and caregivers Shelly Fetter, Tiffany Potter, Tiffany king, and others through OhioHealth Hospice. She loved Prospect and its park, her church, her family, and friends. She was a gener more...
Mary Jane Ahmay
, 1925 to George and Maude (Griffith) Thomas in Prospect. She graduated from Prospect High School as valedictorian of her 1943 class.  Following her graduation she went to work at Wright-Patterson Field in Dayton.  While working, she met Leonard George Ahmay, who was stationed there.  They were married on October 19, 1945.  After moving back to Marion she worked at various occupations, but was primarily a homemaker. Mary Jane was devoted to her more...
Marlin Lee Aills
family. He also enjoyed collecting things (some might say a little too much). Marlin was one of those guys that could fix just about anything. Marlin will be remembered as a very generous and caring person. He was always taking care of others before thinking of himself. Surviving is his wife, Brenda Kay (Weiser), they were married March 12, 1976 in Delaware, their children: Valerie (Jesse) Clark of Marion, Melanie (Chris) Robinson of Sarasota, more...
Evelyn R. Albert
d, Joseph trained and raced Standardbred horses and owned and operated the Albert Starting Gate, starting the races at local fairs and at Lebanon Raceway.  She loved spending time in the Michigan outdoors with her family, picking berries, hunting wild mushrooms and fishing with her grandkids. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Maureen (Robert) Welch, Marysville; a special daughter of the heart, Mary Ann (Vern) Higginbotham; a br more...
Ronald C. Alexander
the Korean War, where he received the Purple Heart. After serving his country, he worked at the Marion Power Shovel for 42 yrs. He enjoyed being outdoors; he could be found many times fishing at the Richwood Lake or just walking around it. Ron is survived by his sisters: Jeanene Alexander of Richwood, Joan Alexander Nick of Carmel, Ca. and Donna Alexander (Carl) Loreno of Marion Private Graveside services will be held in the Claibourne Cemeter more...
Robert Eugene Allen
Robert Eugene Allen, 81 of Prospect, died Sunday, May 18, 2014 at the Kingston Residence of Marion.  He was born November 25, 1932 in Columbus.  On July 28, 1956 he married the former Beverly Brobeck in Richwood, and she survives in Prospect. A former member of the Ohio Air National Guard, he served with the 121st Supply Squadron, stationed in Etain, France from 1961 to 1962 during the Berlin Crisis.  A 32nd degree Mason, he was a Past Master of more...
Jacob R. "Jake" Allison
rch.  Jake worked for 34 years for O. M. Scotts & Sons in Marysville before retiring in 1992.  He had also worked at REAP food pantry in Richwood. He was known to spoil all the kids in Claibourne with candy.  He enjoyed working on bicycles and just sitting on the porch visiting, especially with his good friend, Cuzzy Mayberry.  He loved spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is survived by two sons, Dean Allison, Rich more...
Naomi I. Almendinger
was a dedicated member of the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Marion, where she was a member of it’s Women’s Circle. She was also a lifetime member Prospect American Legion Post 368. Naomi enjoyed quilting, reading and loved taking care of her dogs. Surviving are her daughters: Cecilia (Lee) Fohl of Marion, Cynthia (Mike) Silvis of Jackson, Tn. and Sylvia Almendinger of Marion. Grandchildren: Matthew D. Fohl, Mark B. Fohl and Luke A. (Carrie Jo) F more...
Ronald E. Amrine
He attended the York United Methodist Church and had been a member of the former Bethel United Methodist Church. He retired in 2004 from the Whirlpool Corporation after 37 years in the Maintenance Department, most of that working 3rd shift. Ronald loved collecting and restoring antique tractors, taking them to fairs and parades to show them off. He enjoyed going to tractor pulls. Ron was a homebody who liked spending time with his wife and famil more...
Loa May Amstutz
Irvin Dutton and Warren L. Dutton Jr. and 2 sisters; Elizabeth "Betty" Dutton and DaLee Gilliam Mrs. Amstutz was a member of the LaRue United Methodist Church, Enjoyed reading, sewing, cross stitch, embroidery, cooking, baking, playing the piano. She sang in the church choir, Played baritone in the LaRue Marching Band, was Salutatorian of her senior class in 1936. She was active the Bowling Green Grange for many years.  A 50 year membe more...
Damon J. Armstrong
arion. He was born January 30, 1945 in Massillon to the late Charles and Pearl (Bondy) Armstrong, he was also predeceased by one brother and five sisters. Damon was retired from the Nestle Company in Sunbury, member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Marion and enjoyed going to horse races. He loved and cherished his new extended family and friends. Surviving is his wife, Faye Ellen (Whited) Sweeney Armstrong, they were married in 2 more...
Rodney A. Armstrong
Arts. Rodney was a longtime, dedicated member of the LaRue Baptist Church. He loved helping with the church’s Vacation Bible School. He had a passion for fishing, Minnesota was a favorite spot for him. He really enjoyed taking family and friends fishing whenever he could. He was also a very talented painter and artist. Rodney was also an exceptional pool player and when he was younger, he enjoyed golfing and bowling. During football and baske more...

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