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Earl E. Bays
Earl E. Bays, 68, of Richwood died Tuesday, August 18,1998, at Riverside Methodist Hospital. He was retired from the railroad and was a veteran of the Merchant Marines. He was a Pentecostal preacher. He was bom Nov. 24, 1929, in Smithbranch, Ky., to the late Charles and Pearl Braney Bays. He married Nellie Eleanor Dunkin Feb. 18, 1960, in Illinois and she died Dec. 22, 1997. He is survived by three sons, Steven (Patricia) Bays and Tracy Bays of more...
William Evans Carr
everal years. He was a farmer and was retired from the Quaker Oats Company after 17 years of service. He was a member of Zion United Church of Christ in Prospect, a member of the Farm Bureau and a World War II veteran of the Merchant Marines. He was born July 22,1922, in Union County to Arthur Glen and Florence Ophal Teets Carr and they preceded him in death. He married Mary E. Sours on April 27,1946, in Marion and she survives. He is also surviv more...
Donald M. Adams
y Friday, July 20, 2012 surrounded by his loving family at Cornerstone Hospice, The Villages, Florida.  He was born February 19, 1924 in Marion, Ohio to the late Leslie and Vergie Adams. Donald served in World War II in the Merchant Marines transporting supplies to 14 foreign countries from 1943-1946. After returning from the war, he worked with his father in The Leslie E. Adams Lumber Company, and later took over the farming operation in LaRue more...
Evelyn June Eckard
Evelyn June Eckard, 77, formerly of Mansfield, died peacefully May 18, 2020 at the Country Club Rehab of Delaware. She was born January 26, 1943 in Marion to the late Robert Merchant and Betty Jane (Friley) Witter, she was also preceded in death by her stepfather, Alfred Witter and her husband of 47 years, Warren Eckard. Also preceding her in death was her brother, Nelson Merchant. Evelyn was a retired school bus driver, having driven for the L more...
Richard E. Fiedler
rolina, Dortha (Ray) Conley of Kentucky; two grandchildren, five stepgrandchildren and two stepgreat-grandchil-dren. One sister, Margery Fiedler is deceased. Mr. Fiedler was retired from B. F. Goodrich Co. served in the U.S. Merchant Marines during World War II aboard the ships Henry Hadley and LaSalle Seam. Member of the American Legion Post 888 of Columbus, member of the Warren G. Harding Lodge 70 F & AM, Aladdin Shrine of Columbus, Lydia Chapt more...
Marvin O. Hall
all. On Aug. 3, 1947, at Union Baptist Church, West Jackson, he married the former Delia Jean Cochran, and she survives. He was a retired farmer and a member of Essex United Methodist Church, a veteran of World War II in the Merchant Marines, former member of the Jackson and North Union school boards, Farm Bureau Council, Union County Fair Board, and Union County Democrats. He also is survived by a son, James Hall, Essex; three daughters, Mrs. Gr more...
John C. Horney
at Union County Memorial. Hospital, Marysville, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Stofcheck Funeral Home in Richwood. The Rev. C. L. Harris will officiate and burial will be in East Liberty Cemetery. Mr. Horney was employed at Merchants Industries, tJeilefon-taine. A World War II veteran, he was a member of Wood-Rosebrook Post of the American Legion at East Liberty. His widow is the former Helen Haines. Also surviving are a daughter, Sherry at home more...
Richard L. Linstedt
rnational Cockshutt Club, Delaware County Antique Farm and Machinery Association, Marion County Steam and Gas Engine Society, Marion Moose Lodge 889, Marion E,agles Lodge 337 and Marion Senior Citizens. He also served in the Merchant Marines during World War II. He is survived by a son, Larry Linstedt, Marion; a stepson, Ronald M. Fitzgibbon, Marion; a brother, Oscar Linstedt, Upper Sandusky; three sisters, Mrs. Altha Kramer, Florida, Mrs. Lula L more...
John Moyer
.C.; and 1973-83, for East North Broadway United Meth-odist Church, Columbus. Since 1945, he was a member of Mount Carmel Lodge 303, F&AM. During World War II he served as first petty officer aboard the S.S. Tom McKim in the Merchant Marines. Surviving are a son, John C. Moyer, El Paso, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. John (Rheba Jeanne) Rychel, Bay City, Mich., and Mrs. Walter (Leanna) Cereoli, Richwood; a brother, Glenn M. Moyer, Delaware; two Siste more...
Arthur R. Oswald
morial Day Service. He was also very active in the community and was a role model for years as the Scout Master of Boy Scout Troop 23.  He coached Little League and Pony League as well as serving as manager for the Prospect Merchants Girls League. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles and William and three sisters, Maye Darby, Faye Rouse and Mary Alice Leaper. He leaves behind his five children, Michael Osw more...
Dorothy Violet Patchet
ymond N. Patchet(date) Dec. 13. 1934 in Wyandot County Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased (*), When-Peg. 4, 1993- Surviving Children and Addresses_ 3 dau - Mrs. Cecil (Bernice) Rasey, Florence, S.C.; Mrs. James (Alice) Merchant, Marion; Mrs. Robert (Melva) Cheney. Richwood _Grandchildren and 4 Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses 1 sis - Maxine Septer, New York;_ 4 bro - Lawrence of Georgia; Ro more...
Raymond N. Patchet
Husband Living ($ or Deceased ( ), When------------------- Surviving Children and Addresses---------------------------------- 3 dau - Mrs. Cecil (Bernice) Rasey, Florence, S. C.; ---------------Mrs. James "("Alice) Merchant,""Marlon;------------ _______________Mrs. Robert (Melva) Cheney, Richwood_______________ 7 Grandchildren and__________Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses --------- more...
Lowell Levi Price
June 4, 2006.  He was also preceded in death by a brother, John Willis. A lifetime Union County farmer, he had taken over responsibilities of the farm as a youth when his father died.  He was a veteran of the United States Merchant Marines during World War II.  In 1952 he bought the farm where he raised his family and resided for the rest of his life.  He attended the Marysville Grace Brethren Church.  Through his faithful prayer life, he endea more...
Benjamin E. Ransome
Benjamin E. Ransome, 74, of Richwood died unexpectedly Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1998 at Marion General Hospital. He was a Merchant Marine veteran of World War II and a devoted member of Grace Baptist Church in Marion. He was a farmer, worked at the former Tecumseh plant in Marion and retired from the Sun Ray Corp. in Delaware He was a member of William Britton VFW Post 6817 in Mount Victory. He was born April 23, 1924, in Claibourne Township to the l more...
Florence L. Roszman
man of Meeker; two sisters, Cecelia Fallon of Columbus and Irene (Tom) Clark of Marion, and nieces and nephews. One son, Carl Adam Roszman, two brothers, Patrick Ring and William Ring, and four sisters, Regina Paulson, Marie Merchant, Kathleen Sansotta and Josephine Murtaugh are deceased. Graveside services will be held Thursday, June 20, 2002, at 1 p.m. at the LaRue Cemetery. Father James Klima will officiate. There will be no calling hours. Arr more...
Paul H. Swartz
ed Saturday, Aug. 11, 2001, at The Gables at Green Pastures in Marysville. He was a 1936 graduate of Essex High School and a 1937 graduate of Richwood High School. He was a retired farmer and had been a radio operator in the Merchant Marines during World War II. He was a member of the Richwood First United Methodist Church and served on the Richwood school board for eight years. He was born March 16, 1919, at the family home in Jackson Township t more...
David Thomas
rion died Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2002, at Marion Manor after a four-month illness.  He was a caretaker for the Watkins Estate in Prospect and was a member of Community United Calvary Church. He served in the U.S. Army and Merchant Marines and was a member of the Verne I. Mounts American Legion Post in Prospect.  He was born Jan. 26, 1929, in Radnor to the late David and Ada More Thomas and was predeceased by three sisters.  He is sur more...
Richard "Dick" Wolf
illa Mae Franklin Wolf, son-in-law: Joe Pertuset, two brothers: Leonard and Joseph Wolf, step daughter: Sharon Kaye (Joseph H.) Sorrell-Norris He was a 1944 graduate of the Prospect High School. He had served briefly in the Merchant Marines during WW II. Dick retired from Fairfield Engineering in Marion after over 40 years of service. He was a quiet family man who enjoyed the simple things in life. In his younger days he liked to work on cars w more...

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