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Mary M. Livingston
Mary M. Livingston, 82, formerly of Richwood died Monday, June 20, 2005 at Bethesda-Dilworth Nursing Home in St. Louis, Missouri.  She was born May 14, 1923 in Mt. Victory, OH to the late Jacob and Otta Love McWade. On Apr 29, 1945 she married John David Livingston, who died July, 1994. She and her husband owned and operated Livingston’s on the Corner clothing store in Richwood.  Among her various hobbies she enjoyed candle making, more...
Mary Sue Livingston
Master Sargent Mary Sue Livingston, 74, passed away September 9, 2021 in New Port Richey, Florida. Sue had lived around the country in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Texas, and Missouri. While in the military she was also in Germany and Belgium. She retired from the Army at the age of 60, a proud and patriotic member for 28 years. Her rank as Master Sargent is an E-8. While in the service Sue made some very strong friendships. Sue graduated from Ric more...


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James H. Baker
ces will be conducted. Friends may call from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Memorial contributions may be made to the Essex United Methodist Church Building Fund, 32697 Route 37, Richwood OH 43344; Loving Care Hospice, 113 S. Main St., Marysville; or the National Kidnev Foundation. PO. Box 280. Clinton ME 04927 more...
Margaret Elizabeth Baker
Margaret Elizabeth Baker, 92 of Richwood died Monday morning, November 9, 2015 at the Gables in Marysville.  She was born August 9, 1923 in Jackson Township to the late Lawrence L. and Mildred (Kater) Chandler. She was an active member of the Rush Creek United Methodist Church and was active with the United Methodist Women.  She had also been a member of the former Jackson Township Grange.  A 1941 graduate of Richwood High School, she attended M more...
Helen Mae (Drake) Clapsaddle
two sisters, Ruthella Johnson and Rachel Willis; a son-in-law, Kenneth C. Greene, Jr. and two nephews, John Johnson and Douglas Willis. She is survived by her daughter, Carole Sue "Cookie" Greene, Richwood; a sister-in-law, Mary Jane Drake, Marion; five nieces, Mary Ann Rutter, Patty Crampton, Deborah Willis, Martha Lloyd, Marcia Price; six nephews, Jerry L. Drake, Gary Drake, Brent Willis, Tom Drake, Mel Treese, Merle Treese; and numerous great more...
Jon D. Davis
’s Basketball, attended Bluegrass Festivals, and enjoyed bird watching. He especially enjoyed hunting trips to Iowa and fishing trips to Canada. Surviving are his three daughters, Gina Davis, Richwood; Kathy (Mike) Karcher, Marysville; Krista (Keith) Salyer, Richwood; four grandchildren, Katelyn and Riley Karcher; Gavin and Griffin Salyer; a brother, Robert K. Davis, Boulder, CO; a sister, Anne (Russ) Hahn, St. Joe, MI; sisters-in-law, Connie (J more...
R. Don Davis
these relationships which are still intact today. He loved collecting antique tractors and cars and going to auctions, fairs and steam shows. He was always proud of his association with the Union Rural Electric Company in Marysville.  He served on the board for 26 years and during those years he had served as both president and vice president.  He was also on the Soil and Water Conservation board for 20 years and was a member of the Richwood C more...
Jolie M. Dinsmoor
Jolie M. Dinsmoor, 51, of Marion, formerly of Richwood, died Friday October 19, 2018 at the OSU Wexner Medical Center, following a 10-month battle with cancer. She was born February 16, 1967 in Cincinnati to Charles and Mary K. (Cooper) Stone. Jolie was a 1985 graduate of the North Union High School. She worked at U.S. Yachio in Marion for the last 17 years. Jolie cared deeply about her loved ones, always putting family and friends above herse more...
Agnes L. Dunson
Kenton, Ohio. She was born Dec. 31, 1910, near Byhalia in Union County, Ohio, to the late Harley and Ruey (Comstock) Mauller. On June 16,1937, she married John W. Dunson DDS and he died in May of 1991. Surviving are daughter Mary Mitchell and son-in-law Earl of Bellevue, Ohio, sister Inez McMillen of LaRue, Ohio. Brother Donald Mauller and sister Elpha Eichhorn are deceased. Mrs. Dunson taught elementary school mostly at LaRue School, before that more...
Norma Jean Edmunds
her daughter, Debby and her niece Karen (Mike). She was well liked by everyone she came in contact with and will be truly missed. Surviving is her daughter, Deborah Kaye Edmunds of Columbus; a niece, Karen (Mike) Boysel of Marysville; sisters-in-law, Mabel Reece of New Carlisle and Marlene Reece of Richwood; brother-in-law, William Reese of Richwood. Private funeral services will be held at Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home on Saturday, March 1 more...
Ora Cathern Livingston Fields
st Assembly of God in Glenwood. The daughter of the late Albert P. Livingston and Hattie (Davis] Livingston was born on September 7,1909. She married Ernest Fields who preceded her in death in 1955. Surviving are a daughter, Mary Hosier of Lakewood, CA; two sons; Ernest of LaMirada, CA and Albert of Phoenix, AZ; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; and two greatgreat- grandchildren. Eight brothers and sisters are deceased. Graveside servic more...
Albert F. Livingston
RICHWOOD - Albert F. Livingston, 87, formerly of 43 Lynn St., died Friday morning Oct 20, 1989 at Union Manor, Marysville. He was bom June 11, 1902, in Richwood to Henry A. and Hettie Davis Livingston. In 1927, he married Jennie Livingston and she died in November 1970. The self-employed stone mason was a member of Central Methodist Church, Richwood. Mr. Livingston is survived by a daughter Mrs. Shirley Hoffman, Rich-wood; a sister Mrs. Ora Fiel more...
John David Livingston
John David Livingston, 71, of Lakeview, formerly of Richwood, died Sunday, July 24, 1994, at Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine. A World War II U.S. Army veteran, he owned and operated Livingston's Clothing Store in Richwood and was a member of the Richwood First Baptist Church, American Legion Baccarat Post #40 and Richwood VFW Post #870 and was a founding member of the Richwood Park. He was born Jan. 11, 1923, in Union County to the late John more...
William R. "Bill" Livingston
artners of Marion.  He was born April 25, 1926 in Richwood to the late John P. and Anna P. (Moore) Livingston. He was a veteran of the U. S. Navy and had worked as a heavy equipment operator for Dutch Conley Construction in Marysville for 14 years.  He had worked for several other contractors including Ron Chapman and Trafzer Excavating. He is survived  by two sons, Bill and Tim Livingston; three daughters, Konni Buskirk, Sheila Dickerson and R more...
Lowell L. McWade
Road, LaRue. Ohio, died Sunday, Dec. 12,1999, at 12:35 p.m. at Marion Manor in Marion, Ohio. He was born Dec. 16, 1914, in Mount Victory, Ohio, to the late William Jacob and Otta (Love) McWade. On April 13, 1945, he married Mary Frances Mawer, and she died July 23,1993. He was a self-employed farmer and for some years he was a salesman for Omar Bakery, Marion, Ohio. He was a World War II Army veteran serving in the African theater, member of the more...
Joshua E. O’Reilly
Joshua E. O’Reilly 45, of Richwood, died unexpectedly early Monday morning January 29, 2018 at his home in Richwood. He was born May 13, 1972 in Zanesville to Dennis O’Reilly and Mary Lou (Middlesworth). Josh was a 1990 graduate of the North Union High School. He was a man you could count on, he was the glue that held things together. He was a proud father of Caitlin Drew who was his sunshine! He was blessed with two beautiful grandkids whom he more...
Glenn R. Price
;Whoopie" and Vida (Reynolds) Price. He married Marjorie Jane (Livingston) on December 28, 1952 in Richwood and she died November 2, 2013. He was also preceded in death by three sisters: Elsie Wiley, Ella Gene Hague and Mary McElroy. Surviving are his children: Vicki (Gary) Doss of Englewood, Florida, Keith (Vicky) Price of Huntsville and Kenny Price of Belle Center. Five grandchildren: Holly Shamblin, Brock (Cynthia Lin) Shamblin, Randy Pr more...
Mabel Reece
te capital, Canada, Mexico, Central America, as well as a couple of trips to Europe and Israel, where she was grateful to have the opportunity to walk where Jesus walked. She is survived by a son, Timothy (Toni) Livingston, Marysville; a daughter, Konni (Ted) Buskirk, New Carlisle; three grandchildren, Amelia (Mike) Miller, Drew (Abigail) Livingston, Anny (Rob) Brill; ten great-grandchildren, Deryk Van Sickle, Skylar Miller, Aurora (Tyler) Dolli more...
Warren "Friday" Reece
the Rose Ford dealership in Richwood. He then worked at the Parrott Implement Co. until 1995. He was an Army Veteran of World War II and a member of American Legion Baccarat Post 40 in Richwood and the 40 et 8 Voiture 857 in Marysville where he was a past Chef de Gare. He was a dedicated member of the Richwood Fire Department and served the community for more than 50 years. When he retired in 1993 he was acting chief. He was a member of the Claib more...
Richard W. Ridge
Ohio State University.  He was also a past well-known arts and crafts woodworker. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Beverly (Livingston) Ridge; son Richard J. (Sandy) Ridge, Richwood and their children, Shelley, Marysville, Erin (Chris) Patton, Richwood, Lance, Richwood, Ashley, Columbus, and Logan, Richwood; son Roger James Ridge, Kirkwood, Missouri and his children, Carmen (Rodney) Lewis, Olive Branch, Mississippi, and Eric Richard more...
Mary Roshon
Mary Roshon, 93, of LaRue died peacefully and unexpectedly in her home Tuesday, February 11, 2014. She was born January 13, 1921 in Marion to the late Thomas and Nellie (Stallings) Daniels. She was raised throughout Marion County and attended a number of schools. In the summer of 1940, she laid eyes on a handsome young man "with the prettiest eyes and most beautiful neck muscles" driving a tractor down her road. Bob Roshon was that young man and more...
Sally Jo Livingston Smith
ught Sally joy and she had no regrets about her life. She is survived by her mother, Mabel Reece, Richwood; her father, William Livingston, Marion; a sister, Konni (Ted) Buskirk, Springfield; brother, Tim (Toni) Livingston, Marysville; three half-sisters, Renee Morgan, Columbus; Sheila Dickerson, Tiffin; Tracy (DJ) Sherman, Marion; a half-brother, Billy Livingston, North Carolina; two step-brothers, Michael Ryan, Marion; John (Patty) Ryan, Mario more...
Lenora A. Sullivan
acob and Ottie Love McWade. In July 1968, she married Milburn Sullivan, who died in November 1976. Before retiring, she was employed as a custodian with Elgin Local Schools. She was a member of LaRue United Methodist Church; Mary-Martha Circle of the church; Mary Lenox Chapter 98, Order of Eastern Star; Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 333; LaRue Senior Citizens; and Homemakers Club. Surviving are four sons, Pete Whitman, Brandenburg, Ky., Char more...
Arthur Charles Warner
s sharp mind and keen wit. His greatest joy was visiting with friends and relatives. He was born July 3, 1906, to the late Elmore and Lina Snedeker Warner and was predeceased by two brothers, Walter and Maurice and a sister, Mary McCafferty. He was married to Ellen Potts Dec. 24, 1931, in Coshocton by the Rev. E.K. Barrs and she died Aug. 19, 1988. He is survived by his daughter, Patt Warner Houk; 10 nieces and nephews and their families; several more...
Franklin G. Wilson
e of Death May 8, 1987 f-r ( Hour of Death 8 ; 2ft fl . m_ How Long 111 failing haalth sevor al yoars Occupation of Deceased _retirp.fi Pnnrlnrfnr from Frie Railroad-in Marion after 30 years Church, Lodges, Societies St. Mary's r^hni ^ rhnrr-h TT T n_lininn, Marion; U. S. Army Veteran_________ Date of Birth May 22. 1924_ Place of Birth_Montana_ Father's Name Charles wilson_Living ( ) Deceased k) Mother's Maiden Name __Minnie Adkins-Living more...

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