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Jonathan Travis Alcott
and, Florida to Jack Alcott and Linda (Fryman). Jon was a graduate of Kenton High School; he had attended the Hi-Point Career Center. A mason by trade, he had worked various jobs over the years, he was also a veteran of the Marine Corps. Jon was a loving and lovable son, brother, husband and friend. He was a hard worker. Was also a talented musician and singer. He liked fishing, loved animals. He especially loved his brother Eric. He will be s more...
Michael Patrick Anderson
rother Walter Anderson. He worked for 30 years at Pollack and Armco Steel.  Michael was an avid hunter and sportsman, and a loyal Notre Dame fan. Mike was a member of the American Legion in Prospect.  A veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, he was a 1943 graduate of Marion St. Mary’s High School where he was a talented athlete, playing basketball and football.  He also played baseball for the American Legion. He is survived by Children: Michael P. more...
Joseph Edwin Appelfeller
r and Myra J. Quelette. Mr. Appelfeller was a retired sales rep for the Rose Chemical Co. A graduate of Mount Victory High School in 1938, he served on the Republican Central Committee in Marion County. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II and the Korean War and retired from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve as a major. He was a member of the Phillippi-Clement Post 101 American Legion of LaRue, the V.F.W. Post 870 of Richwood, the R more...
Harold E. Baker
gardner of Canton is deceased. He was married September 5, 1948 to Evelyn A. Somerlot in the Richwood First United Methodist Church, and she survives. A graduate of Delaware Willis High School in 1943, he entered the U. S. Marine Corps in January of 1944.  After eight weeks of basic training, he was sent to the Pacific to participate in the Saipan, Tinian and Okinawa Campaigns.  His 2nd division was then sent to Nagasaki after it was more...
Howard Paul Belt
inwood) Belt.  He was also preceded in death by a sister, Terry Lockwood. He was a 1969 graduate of North Union High School.  He worked as a line supplier at Whirlpool for 38 years, retiring in 2007.  A veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, he was a charter member of VFW Post 870, and was also an endowed member of Mt. Carmel #303 F&AM.  Paul was an avid fisherman and his favorite spot was at Lake St. Mary’s.  He also enjoyed hunting and going to ca more...
Jerry L. Belt
s Ellsworth and Edith Frances (Ellinwood) Belt. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Howard Paul Belt; a sister Terry Lockwood; and a step-son, Andy Beltz. A 1963 graduate of Richwood High School, Jerry served in the Marine Corps for 4 years where he earned the Good Conduct Medal and Vietnam Service Medal with Bronze Star. In 1967 he began working for Nestle R&D in Marysville until his retirement in 2001. Jerry enjoyed open water SCUBA di more...
Frank Esley Benson
k was also predeceased by five brothers: Walter, Ed, John, Jim, and Tom Benson, one sister: Mary Appelfeller and 3 nieces and nephews Frank was a 1950 graduate of the LaRue High School, he then enlisted in the United States Marine Corps., where he served for 11 yrs. in both active duty and the reserves. He retired from the Whirlpool Corp. in 1994 as a tow motor operator, but his true passion was working the family farm.  Frank had owned and ope more...
Robert C. Blue
adway died Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1999, at Riverside Methodist Hospital after an extended illness. He was a retired meat cutter and a horse trainer in the Richwood area for a number of years. He was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He was born Jan. 21, 1931, in Richwood and was predeceased by his mother, Pauline Ridgeway and his stepfather, Harold Grandstaff. He is survived by his wife, Patricia L. Decker Blue whom he married June 19, 1953 more...
Kenneth H. Bookman
t LeVally and Paula Combs of LaRue, and Chris Ritchie of Prospect.  14 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandson.   Kenny graduated in 1949 from Butler High School.  Following graduation he joined the Marine Corps with basic training in Parris Island, SC.  He was then stationed at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, California, where he met the love of his life, Betty.  They met at a Canteen (dance hall for servicemen) and fell i more...
John W. "Jack" Boyhan
John W. "Jack" Boyhan, 78, of Marion died Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005, at his home. He built and operated the New Place Drive Thru on the corner of West Center and Leader streets in Marion. He served his country in the Marine Corps, fighting in Japan during World War II. He was an active and dedicated member of the Richwood Church of Christ where he served as a deacon. He was a man of many interests. He was a private airplane pilot, played more...
William Keith "Bill" Cheney
Cheney, he was born December 14, 1945 in Marion. A 1963 graduate of Richwood High School, he had worked at Cramer and Bugg Sohio in Richwood, Todco Door in Marion, and Columbus Bank Note in Dublin. Bill was drafted into the Marine Corps in 1965 and served his country during the Vietnam War, attaining the rank of sergeant. He retired from Honda of America with 29 years of perfect attendance. He was a member of the Lions Club, earning "Lion-of-the more...
Dwight William "Boogie" Christman Jr.
(Brown) Christman. He was retired from the former Navistar on the west side of Columbus where he worked in electrical maintenance.  He was a member of his electrical workers union, the I. B. E. W.    A veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, he served during the Korean Conflict.  He was of the Catholic faith.  Dwight was a life-long member of the N. R. A. and enjoyed the outdoors and loved his family. He is survived by two daughters, Kathleen D. (F more...
Charles H. Clark Jr.
ly by his side. He was born September 8, 1926 in Columbus to the late Charles H. Clark Sr. and Betty (Gardula) Rice. Charles was a 1944 graduate of the Columbus North High School. He served our country in the United States Marine Corps. He had a successful career as a salesman for Anderson Publishing, selling legal books. He also had served as an International Union Rep for the AFL-CIO in Columbus. He was a farmer at heart, moving his family more...
Elmo S. Clevenger
Elmo was a welder, having worked for more than 20 years at the Huber Warco Co. in Marion, then for Plant City Steel in Marion and finally retiring from Marysville Steel in 1992. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict in the Marine Corps and he enjoyed C.B., ham radio and playing golf. On Oct. 26, 1957, at her mother's home, Elmo married the former Ruby J. Dun-nan and she survives. Also surviving are two sons, Stuart (Keiko) Clevenger of Plain Ci more...
Amil Eugene Collins
d when he was 2 years old and settled on a farm. In 1938, he was in the last class to graduate from 11th grade at the Essex school and he then graduated from the 12th grade in Richwood in 1939. He farmed until he entered the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va., from March 1945 to the end of 1946. He served on the early Richwood Volunteer Fire Department and was a deputy sheriff for former sheriff Ed Amrine. He had a small plane in the 1950s and did far more...
Loren Charles Coy
bout nine years, member of the LaRue United Methodist Church, Painter Creek Grange for 61 years, 1943 graduate of Mount Victory High School, Phillippi-Clement Post 101 American Legion and VFW Post 3333, Kenton. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran serving during World War II. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 12,2001, at 11 a.m. at the Stofcheck Funeral Home, LaRue. Minister will be the Rev. Darlene Weidner. Burial the LaRue Cemetery. F more...
James L. Dailey
at._ Marion Hour of Death _8 • fin a m_ How Long 111-failing health eavoral years ,. - t-v , retired from Marysville and Marion Correctional Institutions Occupation of Deceased-I- Church Lodges Societies WWI1 Vet.; U.S. Marine Corps; american Legion, Prospect Post Date of Birth Dec. 26. i9?4_ Place of Birth_rrnnmhns, Indiana Father's Name _Earl Dailey-Living ( ) Deceased k) Mother's Maiden Name___Irene  Knapp_Living ( ) Deceased k) more...
Maxine V. Dutton
rsing home and Acclaim Hospice.  She was born February 11, 1922 in Hepburn to Alton and Edna Harrison. She graduated from LaRue High School in 1939.  Maxine married Donald L. Dutton April 17, 1945 while he was in the U. S. Marine Corps and he survives to cherish her memory.  She was a member of LaRue United Methodist Church. Maxine was indeed a "busy bee," always on the run, being ready for the next task.  She was a partner with Don in the "D more...
George L. Earhart
rsing Home in Marysville. He was born April 24, 1931 in Marion to the late Earl Wildig and Mildred Richardson, he was also predeceased by one son: Raymond Earhart and one daughter: Linda Harper. George was a veteran of the Marine Corps, was retired from Goodyear in Marysville, where he worked for 20 yrs., he had previously worked with his father in law, Raymond Gay Sr. doing Construction and moving houses in Marion, he had also worked for Mario more...
Louis E. "Lou" Erwin
attended the Fulton Creek Friends Church.  He was a former volunteer fireman with the Richwood Fire Department and a member of Richwood VFW Post 870.  A recipient of the Purple Heart, Louis was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, serving during the Korean Conflict.  After serving his country, he became a tractor mechanic and then an engineer for Whirlpool Corporation, where he worked for over 30 years.  Following retirement from Whirlpoo more...
Douglas M. Farley
s born March 16, 1932 in Bethesda, Maryland to the late Lacy A. and Willie A. (Fitzgerald) Farley.  On October 14, 1997 he married the former Christine A. Nininger in Las Vegas and she survives in Caledonia. A United States Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War, his military record began in the U.S.M.C.R. from May 1949 to January 1950, then U.S.M.C. from January 1950 to April 1953.  He was a Sergeant with the First Provisional Marine Brigade, t more...
William Ferris
el, then for Acrux Investigation Agency as a Security Guard at Honda.  He served in the military, first in the U S Navy from May 6, 1947 to Sept. 20, 1949 then in the Navy Reserve till Dec.20, 1950. He then went into the U S Marine Corps from 1950 to April 30, 1968.  He enjoyed his cats, westerns, crossword puzzles, gardening, eating out, and spending time with his family. Graveside Services will be held Monday July 7, 2008 at 1:00 PM at the La more...
Richard Nave Field
ife Irma Lou Griggs-Field. Dick was a 1946 graduate of the LaRue High School. He was a lifelong farmer in the LaRue area, learning from his Uncles Chester and Harold, both who helped raise him. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, serving during WW II and Korea. Dick was a 50 year plus member of the LaRue United Methodist Church. He was a former longtime Montgomery Township Trustee and Phillipi-Clement American Legion Post #101 member. D more...
Keith R. Fryman
He was born on October 8, 1962 in Kenton, OH to Harold and Ruth Fryman of Richwood and they survive. Keith attended Elgin High School and Tri Rivers Vocational School and he received his GED.  He served in the United States Marine Corps. Keith is survived by his parents, son Paige Fryman of Cambridge, OH, brother Scott (Marilyn) Fryman of West Chester, OH, sister Julie Gibson of Richwood, nieces Tori Fryman, Alison Mackey, nephews Eric Mackey a more...
Blaine Kenneth "Red" Fulton Sr.
ton Sr., 70, of Marion died Wednesday, July 28, 1993, at the home of his son in Marion after having been in failing health for several years. He was a retired welder at Fairfleld Engineering in Marion, a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps and a member of the Marion Moose Lodge. He was born in Delaware on Dec. 8,1922, to the late Elaine and Georgia C. Landon Fulton. He was predeceased by a daughter. He is survived by two sons, Robert Fulton and Bla more...

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