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Marion E. Travis
Marion E. Travis, 85, formerly of Essex, died Tuesday, Oct. 8,1996, at Marion Manor Nursing Home in Marion. He was a fanner and retired in 1985 as a guard from the Marion Correctional Institute after 26 years of service. He was a member of the former Jackson Grange and the Essex United Methodist Church, where he served for many years as Sunday School superintendent and caretaker. He helped care for the Price Cemetery. He was born Oct. 17,1910, more...


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Arlington B. "Abe" and Elizabeth J. Howison
orn January 25, 1907 to Elizabeth Romoser Howison and Lee Arlington Howison at the Howison farm, close to Richwood, Ohio. Arlington attended the Prospect Schools and graduated from Prospect High School in 1927. Two brothers, Marion Owen Howison, Sanford Howison and a sister Louisa Howison Yost, preceded Mr. Howison in death. Mr. Howison is survived by one brother, Charles William Howison of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Elizabeth J. (Eastman) Howis more...
Mary Evelyn Beckel
Mary Evelyn Beckel, 95, of LaRue, died peacefully Saturday morning October 19, 2019 at the Primrose Assisted Living in Marion. She was born December 23, 1923 in Pike County to the late David Richard and Clara Viola (Adams) Mathena, she was also preceded in death by two husbands, Carl F. Berry, they were married January 22, 1945 and he died August 9, 1974 and Robert E. Beckel, they were married September 1, 1979 and he died December 21, 2004. Als more...
Kelton W. Beltz
here he blazed a path, leaving many memories in the hearts of those in his cosmetology class and throughout his VICA Chapter and the school. He is survived by his parents and his brothers and sisters, Quinton (Emily) Beltz, Marion; Kendell (Matthew) Cherry; LaRue; Courtnie (Jay Sinkler) Beltz, Marion; Kaitlin (Daniel) Rice, Marion; his precious twin brother, Coleton Beltz, Marysville; as well as beautiful friends that were as close as siblings, more...
Michael L. Berry
Michael L. Berry, 71, of Marion Ohio and Peoria Arizona, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family in Peoria AZ on Sunday, March 1, 2020. Mike was born on November 3, 1948 in Kenton to Carl and Mary (Mathena) Berry. He grew up in LaRue and attended Elgin Schools. He graduated with the class of 1966 from Elgin High School. Following graduation, he entered the US Air Force in April 1967. He retired May 1, 1987 as CMSGT after 20 years more...
Larry Dale Cameron
cats. He will be missed at the Villa Restaurant in Richwood where he enjoyed many meals and conversations. Surviving are his siblings: Jerry, Terry, Gary and Danny (Linda) Cameron, all of Richwood and Jaren (Nick) Sewald of Marion Nieces and nephews: Kris (Mike) Bass, Bryan (Jennifer) Sewald, Cliff (Monica) Sewald, Jason (Jennifer) Rice, Amber (Shawn) Sewald, Tabithia Cameron Hittle and Travis (Kierston) Cameron Ten great nieces and nephews Fun more...
Robert Lee Carr Sr.
Robert Lee Carr Sr., 63, of Prospect died at Marion General Hospital Sunday, March 1, 1998, after struggling six years with the effects of a stroke. He owned and operated the former Standard Oil station in Prospect and was employed by the Abbott Company in Prospect for 15 years. He was a 1953 graduate of Prospect High School and was a member of Peace United church of Christ in Waldo. He was born Dec. 15, 1934, in Richwood to the late Glen and Oph more...
Janice Corbin
, they were married October 15, 1955 and he died October 22, 2004, she was also predeceased by siblings: Jerry, Gerald and Bob Speakman, Rosie Alderson and Deloris Chamberlain. Janice had worked at the former Quaker Oats in Marion for 23 years and then retired from Imperial Cup in Kenton where she worked for ten years. Family was always at the center of Janice’s life. It was her mission in life to take care of her husband and family. She loved more...
William Eugene "Bill" Corbin
LARUE - William Eugene "Bill" Corbin, age 68,1183 Rich-wood-LaRue Road, LaRue, died Friday, Oct. 22,2004, at 8:45 p.m. at his residence. He was born June 30,1936, in Marion County, to the late Donald and Virginia (Dutton) Corbin. On Oct. 15, 1955, he married Janice A. Speakman, and she survives. Also surviving are three sons, Ricky E. (Angela) Corbin of Forest, Randy W. (Marty) Corbin of North Lewisberg and Alan L. (Theresa) Corbin of more...
Richard John Cosler
uate of Ohio Northern University and had worked as a baker for the past two and one half years for Buehler's in Delaware. He was a member of the Breadmakers Guild, F&AM St. John's Lodge 13, Valley of Dayton Scottish Rite and Marion Community Farmer's Market. He was on the board for the culinary school at Tri-Rivers and enjoyed collecting and spending time on his computer. He was born May 19, 1944, in Columbus to the late Richard Russell and Eliza more...
Howard Hugh Dean
MARION - Howard Hugh Dean, age 57 of LaRue, died Friday, July 14,2006, at 9:15 p.m. at Heartland of MARION. He was bom April 28,1949, in MARION, Ohio. His parents are Richard (Marcia) Dean of Kenton and Mary K. (Dale) Hughes of LaRue. On Feb. 17, 1969, he married Candace Creviston, they later divorced. Mr. Dean worked in maintenance at Quaker Oats, was Franchise/Owner of the Radio Shack in MARION, and worked, in casinos in Las Vegas. He also wor more...
Robin J. Dennis
RICHWOOD - Robin J. Dennis, 19. whose body was found Saturday February 8, 1993 in Marion County, resided at 32864 State Route 37, Richwood. S he was born in Marion County Oct. 8, 1973, to parents Ted W. and Susan (Flach) Travis who survive in Richwood. Robin was a senior at Tri-Rivers Career Center in Marion and a member of Vocational-Industrial Clubs of America. She was a member of Essex UnitedMethodist Church, and attended Emmanuel Church of C more...
Robert Thad Evans
ember of the First United Methodist Church, an active member of the Essex Knights of Pythias Lodge for 37 years, member and former board member and president of the Farm Bureau and a 4-H advisor. He was born Aug. 1, 1944, in Marion to the late Robert L. and Lotus Lucille Hedges Evans and was predeceased by an older brother, Mark Evans. He is survived by his wife, Jeannie Rosebrough Evans whom he married Jan. 20, 1968, at the Richwood First United more...
Donna M. Seiter Flach
Donna M. Seiter Flach, 96 of Essex, died Tuesday evening, December 27, 2016 at Memorial Gables. She was born August 21,1920 in Marion County to the late Otto H. and Emma (Dutt) Seiter.   She was also preceded in death by her husband, H. Edward Flach of 56 years; grandchildren, Robert Flach and Robin Travis Dennis; a great-grandson, Tony Buxton, and 2 great-great grandchildren, a sister, Midge Ruth, brothers, Perry, Robert, Melvin and Burneldo Se more...
H. Edward Flach
H. Edward Flach, 77. of Essex, died Friday morning December 9, 1994 at the Community Nursing Center in Marion. He was born Jan. i 2, 1917. in Marion County to Werner and Ruth E. (Manley) Flach. He was married April 6. 1939, in Greenup. Ky., to Donna (Seiter) Flach. who survives. Mr. Flach was a farmer, and graduated from Green Camp High School. He was a member of Emmanuel United Church of Christ near Green Camp, Carpenters Union 976 Marion, the more...
Harold R. Gilliam
Air Force serving from November of 1953 until October of 1957, during this time he was stationed in London, this is where he met and married his first wife. When he came home from the service, he went to work at the former Marion Power Shovel, he worked there until his retirement in 1991. He was then married to his wife Shirley (Pack) (Parish) Gilliam on July 16, 1991 in Greenup, Kentucky and they moved to a mini farm with a pond and trails, n more...
Lowell Arthur "Art" Green
ee of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (Milk Marketing Division) was a member of Prospect Lodge #444 F&AM, Grand Council of Royal & Select Masons of Ohio-Council #22, Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Ohio-Chapter #62, Marion Knights Templar Lodge #36, Lydia Chapter #83 OES. The Pleasant Township native was born Aug. 3. 1915, son of Travis and Mabel Court Green. Among his surviving nieces and nephews is a niece, Jane Acker, with whom he mad more...
Dale E. Hamilton
eball.  A former York Township trustee and a member of the former Richwood Lions Club, he was an active member of his local communities. He is survived by two sons, Tim (Cheryl) Hamilton, Plain City; Brian (Cathy) Hamilton, Marion; three daughters, Rita (Criss) Somerlot, Powell; Kathy (Terry) Mullen, Belpre; Marcia (Don) Brake, Marysville; nine grandchildren, Tisha (Jason) Alexander, Cort Hamilton, Ryanne (Justin) Ufferman, Abbey (Brad) Pottkott more...
Sarah E. Hamilton
a very active member of the former York-McKendree United Methodist Church.  She was a member of the Richwood Garden Club, a 4-H Advisor who was active with the Richwood Fair, Mothers Club OCCL, Richwood Civic Center and the Marion County Historical Society.  She loved baking and had made many wedding cakes and birthday cakes for people in the area over the years.  She attended local sporting events and enjoyed watching her children and grandchil more...
Nora L. Harrison
Nora L. Harrison MARION - Nora L. Harrison, age 87, of LaRue, died Friday, April 18, 2003, at 12:27 a.m. at Maplewood Nursing Center in MARION. She was born Aug. 5, 1915, in Putnam County, W.Va., to the late Ernest and Edna (God-dard) Jividen. On July 2,1932, she married Harold H. Harrison, and he died Aug. 21, 1987. She is survived by four sons, Earl L. Harrison of Inverness, Fla., Larry D. Harrison of LaRue, Roger H. Harrison of New Bloomingto more...
Raymond Merle "Sam" Hickok
WII, he was a member of Magnetic Springs United Methodist Church and the Sunbury Riding Club.  He enjoyed travelling, one of his favorite destinations being Walt Disney World.  He worked for NOBA Inc. in Tiffin and later for Marion Correctional Institution as a Corrections Officer, where he had been the recipient of the Outstanding Officer Award.  He was an excellent marksman and was proud of his collections of coins, bottles, Indian relics and m more...
Alice Louise Issler
and enjoyed sharing them with family and friends. When she was younger, she would make all the floral bouquets for weddings by herself. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Prospect, Prospect Senior Citizens and Marion Senior Citizens. She was born June 25, 1920, in Pleasant Township to the late Travis and Mabel Court Green and was predeceased by five brothers; four sisters; a son, John in 1990; and a daughter, Sue in 1998. She marri more...
John Travis Issler
RICHWOOD GAZETTE DEATH REPORT Name _John Travis Issler___34_ Address 2634 Ringert Rd. , Waldo__ Place nfTWVi Marion General Hospital Date of Death May 4, 1990_ . _ 2:17 a.m. n„,„ t___ m apparent heart attack - death Hour of Death--How Long 111-££-unexpected Occupation of Deceased _Farmer and former plant manager at Container Recovery i r j o • x- Emanuel Lutheran Church, 241 S. Prospect St., Marion Church, Lodges, Societies ___L__ 1973 gra more...
Lee Roy Layton
where his quickness and agility allowed him to excel as a football halfback. He followed an older brother to Ohio in search of better employment opportunities, and trained as a welder. During 38 years of employment with the Marion Power Shovel, his high degree of skill was recognized by his assignment as a set-up welder, in which he prepared welding jobs for completion by others. He represented and negotiated for the interests of his co-workers more...
Ray L. London
Ray L., 65 212 E. Market St., LaRue The former Prospect resident died at 2:50 a.m. Sunday Jan 28, 1974 at Marion General Hospital. He had been ill two months. He was born Sept. 4, 1908, in Prospect to Harry and Laura (Travis) Landon. He was married to Carol Saum Dec. 25, 1928. She survives. He worked for 38 years at Marion Power Shovel plant 2. Other survivors are two sons, George of Monroeville and Roger of Ravenna; three daughters, Mrs. Margar more...

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