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Philip Andrew Mattix
Philip Andrew Mattix, 28, went home to the Lord on January 17, 2020 following a lengthy period of physical pain, making many trips to the Cleveland Clinic. He was studying to be an engineer. Two weeks after his passing his family received notification that he had been inducted into the National Honor Society. He was born April 4, 1991 in Marion to Dennis and Donna (Fisher) Mattix and they survive in Marion. He was an Eagle Scout and received t more...


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Evelyn R. Albert
yn R. Albert, age 71 of Marysville, formerly of Richwood, died Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at the home of her daughter, surrounded by her loving family.  She was born March 26, 1937 in Meeker to the late John F. and Ruby I. (Mattix) Herr. On June 26, 1955 she married Joseph W. Albert in the home of her parents in Meeker, and he survives in Marysville. She was retired from GTE after 31 years.  A 1955 graduate of Meeker High School, she served on more...
Kirk E Hughes
----- Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased ( ), When--------------- Surviving Children and Addresses_______________________________ 1 br°Mr Douglas O. ---------^---------------------- i sis - Diana Bishop, Marion: and Loma Mattix. Marion grandparents deceased__________________________________________________ _____Grandchildren and______Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses ------------------------------- more...
Clara Mae Smith
New Bloomington; three brothers, Donald Redmon, Charles Redmon and Clyde Redmon, all of Marion; three sisters, Francis Davis, Indiana, Linda Murton, Marion, and Mrs. John (Carol) Sump, Clarinda, Iowa; two half-brothers, Rex Mattix and Richard Mattix, both Ashley; and six grandchildren. Two brothers are deceased. Mrs. Smith was a homemaker and ran her own upholstery shop. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Stofcheck Funeral Home, LaRu more...
Dwight L. Wenig
ge tractors provided his livelihood, Allis-Chalmers eventually became a hobby after Dwight retired from farm- ing. He developed a substantial j antique collection, which he en- joyed restoring with his grand- I son, Steven Mattix. Dwight worked until poor health prohibited it. Even then he enjoyed visiting the office regularly to see his sons and granddaughter, Michelle Wol-lott, who took over as office manager. His serious health problems beg more...

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