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Arthur E. Lust
Arthur E. Lust age 79 of Plain City died Monday evening at the Memorial Hospital of Union County following a short illness He was born January 8, 1928 in Prospect to the late Elmer John and Alice (Neidhart) Lust, also predeceased by granddaughter: Stephanie Lust, brother: Harold Lust and 2 sisters: Esther Halt and Mary Thomas Art worked for almost 50 yrs for Miller Implement Dealership in Delaware as a Salesman, then for 10 yrs with JD Equipmen more...
Lillie F. Luster
RICHWOOD GAZETTE DEATH REPORT Lillie F. Luster 17 W. Ottawa St., Richwood Place nfTWVi Marion General HQspit^tp of Death March 1, 1986 Sat. Hour Of Death _11:30 a'm- HmvT.nngTH failing health 5 years Occupation of Deceased-- domestic Community United Calvary Church, Richwood Address Church, Lodges, Societies Place of Birth Kentucky Nov. 2, 1911 Date of Birth Father's Name Sylvester Hall Mother's Maiden Nerva(Unknown)  Name If Living, more...
Woodrow Luster
Woodrow Luster, 84 of Richwood died Wed., June 28, 2000 at the Ohio State University Medical Center as the result of an accident three weeks ago. He was a retired coal miner and a member of Community United Calvary Church. he was born Sept. 5, 1915 in Pike County, Kentucky to the late George and Nan Luster and predeased by two sons and several sisters.  He married Lillie F. Hall April 4, 1933 and she died March 1, 1986. He is survived by more...
Kara L. Lust
Kara L. Lust, 39 of Prospect died Monday, June 8, 2015 at The James following a 3-year battle with esophageal cancer.  She was born December 9, 1975 in Marion. On July 20, 2002 she married her best friend, Brad Lust at the LaRue United Methodist Church. She was a faithful lifetime member of the LaRue United Methodist Church.  Kara was an assistant office manager at Musgrave Orthodontics in Delaware and Waldo.  She had a good rapport with patien more...
Stephanie Keikilani Lust
PROSPECT - Stephanie Keikilani Lust, age 18, of rural Prospect, died late Friday evening, July 3, 2004, at the Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in southern Delaware County. She was born Feb. 4, 1986, in Marion, to Steven M. and Geri L. (Lumpkins) Lust of Prospect. Also surviving is her sister, Rachel L., at home; maternal grandparents, Kenneth and Lust Helen Lumpkins of Marion; paternal grand more...


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John Russell Bell
tern Star in Mary Chapter 9 and the former Mt. Carmel Chapter 42 in Richwood where he and his wife, Lydia served as Worthy Matron and Patron.  John was High Priest of Marysville Chapter of Royal Arch Masons #89 in 1951 and Illustrious Master of Marysville Council of Royal and Select Masons #98 in 1954.  He was a 60-year member of Valley of Columbus Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite where he had served as Ambassador, a 60-year member of Marion Co more...
Sherry Joan Denman
sister , Bonnie (Francis) Glenn of Delaware, Ohio. She was preceded in death by a brother, Kenneth Carothers. Sherry graduated from LaRue High School in 1952 and The Ohio State University in 1957 with a degree in Medical Illustration. She was employed by Mt. Carmel Hospital and later by Howard Swink Advertising in Marion. A talented artist, Sherry loved working with oil paints and watercolors, as well as photography and pencil sketches. She lov more...
Brenda G. Foley
Brenda G. Foley age 55 of Richwood, died late Tuesday evening July 3, 2012 at her home. She was born June 16, 1957 in Pikeville, Kentucky to the late Clifton Hughes and Helen (Luster) Kent, who survives in Bucyrus Brenda was a housekeeper for the elderly and had worked at the Memorial Hospital in Marysville. She enoyed gardening, taking care of her flowers but the joy in her life was her entire family. On July 3, 1983 in Richwood, she married R more...
Loren W. Gast
on June 6, 1944 (D-Day).  Later in the European Theatres, Loren fought in the Battle of the Bulge at the Huertgen Forest.  For his valor in combat, he was awarded, among other medals, the Bronze Star Medal (Second Oak-Leaf Cluster).  He received an honorable discharge and came home. He married Dolores E. Pitts on September 25, 1947 and they celebrated sixty years of marriage last fall.  She survives in Prospect.  Loren worked at the Universal C more...
Opal J. Greenawalt
. Burial will be held in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Those who wish may make contributions to either the Marion County Cancer Society or the Stephanie K. Lust Memorial Scholarship Fund in care of the Marion Community Foundation, 504 S. State St., Marion, OH 43302. Pallbearers will be Andy Fout, Steve Lust, Tracy Lust, Ron Mouser, Eric Mouser, Jason Mouser, James Dominy and Cla more...
Donald R. Greenwood
Legion of LaRue. Donald was the last member of his family of six brothers-Earl, Elmer, Orville, Harry, Carey and Delbert and his three sisters, Lillian, Marie, and Irene. However, he is survived by sisters-in-law, Martha E. Lust of Marion and June Appelfeller of Florida as well as a number of nieces and nephews. The Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home of LaRue, have assisted the family in final arrangements for Mr. Greenwood. Calling hours will no more...
Erin Yoshino James
ion; adoptive grand-parents, Ben and Mid Huff of Switzerland, N.C.; aunts and uncles, Kenneth Lumpkins Jr. of Delaware, Sharlene Green (Jeff Shield), Brian (Tena) Lump-kins and Michael (Jeannie) James of Marion, Geri (Steve) Lust of Prospect, Dianna (Wayne) Smith of New Bloomington and Thomas James of Rich-wood; 18 cousins; and seven second cousins. Friends may call Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home. Following cremation, memo more...
Shirley I. James
956 she married Ronald E. James and he survives. Also surviving are daughters; Rhonda L. (Adam) Irey of LaRue, Jeanna K. (Bryan) Gallien of Columbus and son; Michael R. James of  New Bloomington. Grandchildren; Kara (Brad) Lust, Ryan J Ratliff, Brandon James, Jaqy Denison, Kylee James, Brayden Denison, Reed Irey, and Taylor Irey. Great Grandchild Nash Lust. Sister; Donna (Bill) Persinger of LaRue.  Sister-in-law Betty Wittibslager of LaRue. Pre more...
Rayda R. Jones
aughter, Robyn R. Jones, Columbus; a brother, PJchard D. Roux, LaRue; four sisters; Mrs. Donald (Virginia) Greenwood and Mrs. June Appelfeller, New Bloomington, Mrs. Jane Appelfeller, Mount Victory, and Mrs. Charles (Eloise) Lust, Marion; an aunt; nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be conducted 7:30 p.m. Thursday at LaRue United Methodist Church with the Rev. David M. Elliott officiating. Calling hours will not be observed. Arrangements more...
Kenneth Allyn Kerr Sr.
ul E. (Amy) Kerr of LaRue and Kenneth A. (Jennifer) Kerr Jr. of Columbus; three grandchildren, Rachel Ann Kerr, Alex Bradon Kerr and Wyatt Thomas Kerr; one brother, James (Peggy) Kerr of Upper Sandusky; and one sister, Susan Luster of Tiffin. One brother, Donald Kerr, is deceased. Mr. Kerr worked at Whirlpool Corp. as a press conveyor attendant. He served in Vietnam with the U.S. Marine Corps, was a member of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Upp more...
Ronald E. Ratliff, Sr.
they had five sons, Ron (Jennifer) Ratliff, Marion; Dennis (Linda) Ratliff, Prospect; George Ratfliff, Lakeview; Robert Ratliff (deceased); and Rick (Diane) Ratliff, Cardington.  Also surviving are grandchildren, Kara (Brad) Lust, Ryan J. Ratliff, Rachel Ratliff, Kyle (Kendra) Ratliff, Kevin (Kelsie) Ratliff, Cody Ratliff, Kristen Ratliff, Ally (Ryan Wall) Ratliff, great-grandchildren, Nash Lust, Gavin Ratliff and William Wall, a brother, Donnie more...
Russell L. Roberts
d farmer and a lifelong resident of Union County. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, serving in the 79th Infantry Division where he rose to the rank of staff sergeant and was awarded two Purple Hearts with Oak Leaf Clusters. He was a 1936 graduate of Richwood High School and a member of the Richwood First United Methodist Church, Union County Farm Bureau, VFW Post 870 and American legion Baccarat Post 40. He was also a member of Elks Lod more...
Ercella Waneta Roux
a niece, Maureen Sager of Marion, Ohio; and a nephew, Gary B. (Nancy) Patterson of Beaver Falls, Pa.; three sisters-in-law, Virginia (Donald) Greenwood of New Bloomington, June (Roux) Appelfeller of Madison and Eloise (Roux) Lust of Marion; a brother-in-law, Robert A Jones of Bellefontaine; in addition to numerous nieces and nephews by marriage. Her sister and brother-in-law, Donna E . and A.B. (Pat) Patterson and a niece, Chloe Donna Patterson, more...
Lois Roux
, Richard D. of LaRue; five daughters, Mrs. Donald (Virginia) Greenwood, Mrs. Raymond  (June) Appelfeller and Mrs. Robert (Rayda) Jones, all of LaRue, Mrs. Harry (Jane) Appelfeller of Mount Victory, and Mrs. Charles (Eloise) Lust of Marion; 15 grandchildren; 32 greatgrandchildren; , and a sister, Mrs. Walter (Esther) Britton of LaRue. A son, a brother, four sisters and a grandson are deceased. She was a member of of the News Bloomington United M more...
Richard DeVer Roux
nda, live in Galion, and his stepgranddaughter, Mrs. Nathan (Teresa) Swartz lives near Rich-wood. He is survived by sisters, Mrs. Donald (Virginia) Greenwood and June Appelfeller of near LaRue and Mrs. Eloise "Dit" Lust of Marion. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Ray da Jones and Jane Appelfeller, In addition, he is survived by many loving nieces and nephews and a host of good friends. Calling hours will not be -observed. A grav more...
Dan Stevens
will be Pastor Jeremy Stout. Burial in the LaRue Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home in LaRue 2 hours before service time on Thursday. Those who wish may make contributions to either Pancreatic Research, c/o the Lustgarten Foundation 1111 Stewart Ave. Bethpage, NY 11714 or the Family c/o the Funeral Home P.O.Box 333 LaRue, OH 43332. Remembrances and Condolences may be expressed at www.stofcheck-ballinger.com   more...
Thomas D. Thomasson
sson. On Aug. 29, 1948, he married the former Mary Louise Weals and she survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James (Patricia Ann) McElroy, Irwin; three sisters, Virginia Campbell, Leslie, Mich., Mary Murphy and Jean Lustanauer, both Columbus; and five grandchildren. Mr. Thomasson was owner of the former Thomasson Hardware store in Richwood. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, a member of Richwood First United Methodist Church, Am more...
Virginia Greenwood
nald R. Greenwood and he died December 15, 2010. Virginia is survived by one son; Harold Douglas (Judi) Greenwood, Grandsons; Thomas Isaac Greenwood and Andrew Scott Greenwood. Nieces and Nephews; Robyn Jones; Lois and Bill Lust; Dick Roux; Becky, Tom, and Janet Appelfeller; Harry, Joyce, Sue, Andy, Sam, Frank, and Jon Appelfeller. Sisters; Martha Eloise Roux Lust and June Roux Appelfeller. She was preceded in death by one son Don Scott Greenwo more...

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