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J. Russell Oldham
LARUE - J. Russell Oldham, 70, 4054 Ground Hog Road, died Saturday morning March 20, 1993 at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus. He was bom Jan. 9,1923, in Hancock County to the late Ranny B. and Mollie M. Lincicum Oldham. He married Lila R. Harriman on March 9, 1952. She survives. Also surviving are three sons, Lynn L. Oldham, Richwood, Clairen R. Oldham and Kevin E. Oldham, both LaRue; three daughters, Mrs. Brad (Blaine) Smith, Green Camp, more...
Katherine E. Oldham
Katherine E. Oldham 92 of Meeker, died Friday morning January 9, 2015 at the Sterling House in Marion. She was born November 20, 1922 in Marion County to the late Clay and Florence (Tong) Schotte Katherine was a true homemaker in every sense of the word, she loved taking care of her home, decorating it and making it inviting for family and friends. She also loved the outdoors, as she spent many hours tending to her flower beds and watching and more...
Lila Romaine Oldham
LARUE - Lila Romaine Oldham, age 82, of 4054 Ground Hog Road, LaRue, died Wednesday, March 10, 2004, at 11:20 a.m. at her residence. She was born Nov. 9,1921, in Eden Township, Wyandot County, to the late Laurel and Cuba Mae (Tschanen) Harriman. On March 9, 1952, at the Meeker United Methodist Church, she married James Russell Oldham and he died March 20,1993. She is survived by three sons, Lynn L. (Jan) Oldham of Richwood, Clairen R. (Terri) Ol more...
Robert Glenn Oldham
KENTON - Robert Glenn Oldham, age 71, of 18546 Twp. Rd. 60 Forest, died Friday, Dee. 13, 2002, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Kenton. He was born Oct. 19, 1931, in Pleasant Township in Hardin County, to the late Rannie B. and Mollie Mae (Lincicum) Oldham. On April 6,1952, he married Evelyn F. Owen, and she survives. Also surviving are two sons, Gary 0. (Alicia) Oldham of Kenton, and Kenneth G. Oldham of Wharton; two daughters, Linda D. Webb of W more...
Joyce Ann Sessler Oldham Sandy
Joyce Ann Sessler Oldham Sandy, 80, of LaRue, died Sunday morning June 21, 2020 at the Marion General Hospital. She was born July 4, 1939 in LaRue to the late Otho and Opal (Phillippi) Sessler, she was also preceded in death by her brother, Marion Sessler and a granddaughter, Tiffany Oldham Roberts Joyce was a true homemaker in every sense of the word, she always enjoyed taking care of her family. She also enjoyed taking care of her flowers. more...


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Patricia M. Agler
in 1999. In 1951, in the midst of a teacher shortage brought on by the Great Depression, World War II, and a post-war baby boom, Pat was recruited to a teaching career after just two years of college. At age 20, and not yet old enough to vote, she became a fifth-grade teacher at Prospect School. Some of her former Prospect students became close personal friends in her later years. She taught second grade in Wilmington, Oh, where she and Bill rel more...
Betty Jane Almendinger
e Almendinger, 87, of Prospect, died unexpectedly Saturday evening, July 12, 2008.  She was born March 8, 1921 in Mt. Victory to the late Dana Harrison and Ethel Mae (Hennis) Cameron. On July 1, 1938 she married Clifford Harold Almendinger and he died August 29, 1980. She was a homemaker who had once worked at Ranco.  Betty was an active member Prospect United Methodist Church where she had taught Sunday school.  She was actively involved in Pr more...
Harold Scott Barnes
Retired farmer, Harold Scott Barnes, 71 of Radnor, died Sunday. April 23, 1995 at Wendt-Bristol Extended Care in Columbus following an extended illness. He was a member of Prospect United Methodist Church, 4-H advisor, and formerly served on the Delaware Rural Electric Board and Delaware ASCS. A native of Tiffin, he was born December 26, 1923, son of the late Walter and Evelyn Scott Barnes. He married the former Wahneta Ackley October 6, 1947. Su more...
Wahneta Jean Barnes
emorial Hospital, following a brief illness. Wahneta was born June 28, 1926, to the late Huston and Bernice (Watkins) Ackley of Prospect.  She was a 1945 graduate of Prospect High School.  On October 7, 1947, she married Harold Barnes of Tiffin, the marriage being performed by a former Prospect Methodist minister in Zanesville.  Harold preceded her in death April 23, 1995. Their married life began on a farm in Tiffin, where Harold had been rais more...
Melvin E. "Barney" Barry
manager of Hertz Rental Car in Marion after 30 years of service. He had formerly farmed, worked at the former Pure Oil and Standard Oil gas stations in Marion, been in the trucking business, hauling milk to Belle Center and sold machinery for the International Harvester Company. He enjoyed gardening and fishing. He was born June 26, 1917, in Pottersburg to the late Jesse Melvin and Myrtle Thompson Barry and was predeceased by three brothers, Jame more...
Kevin Eugene Beckley
andchildren and Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses 4 bro - christopher curt beckley marysville Wesley Beckley, New Baltimore, Mich.; Timothy Garlinghouse, Marysville 2 sis - terri oldham larue tammy cooper hilliard Mon., Apr. 8, 1991 Funeral Services will be held_ at 11:00a m -n Essex United Meth. Church with Rev.. Harley Roston officiating. Burial will be in. Price Cemetery, near Ballinger-Peppard F. more...
Nancy Ellen Bevins
Nancy Ellen Bevins, 60, of Prospect, died Wednesday, April 10, 2002, at Marion General Hospital. She was a member of Prospect Baptist Church. She was born Aug. 20, 1941, in Delaware to Harold and Anna B. Chambers. They both preceded her in death as did  a brother, James Chambers, and grandson, Joey Russell. She is survived by a special friend, Robert D. Noren of Prospect; a daughter, Theresa Ann Bradley of Prospect; two sons, Donald (Kristi more...
William E. Black
pdaughter, Sh-eryl (Jeremy) Munson and their daughter Chloe of Columbus; one brother, Paul (Jan) Black of Marion; and one sister, Barbara J. (Clyde) Woodward of Shelby, Mont.; and numerous nieces and nephews. One brother, Harold Black, and one sister, Virginia Chambers, are deceased. Mr. Black was a member of the   Green   Camp   United Methodist Church, graduated from Harding High School, worked in maintenance at Marion Power Shovel, retired aft more...
Patricia Blue
pringfield; Linda (Dwight) McClanahan, Springfield; three brothers, August J. Decker, Orlando, Florida; Gary L. (Cheryl) Decker, Malden, Mass.; John (Janet) Decker, Springfield; and a sister-in-law Sherrill (Ed) Eubanks, Reynoldsburg.  She was preceded in death by three sisters and a brother. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at 2:00 PM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood with Pastor Joe Rhea officiating.  Burial more...
Robert C. Blue
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, in Broadway; two sons, Randel (Shelby) Blue of Newark and Robert H. Blue of West Mansfield; a daughter, Pamela Sue (Robert J. more...
Carolyn Marie Buettner
r at Buehler’s in Delaware for over 30 years. She was the middle child of 10 children. Some of her fondest early memories were those of helping her mother around the house. The first time she ever saw Wally Buettner, she told her friend she would marry that guy. Soon after, they met again. True to her word, she married her best friend at an early age. She always loved spending time with her family. She also enjoyed going mushroom hunting, be more...
Waldemar Wilhelm "Wally" Buettner
ily (Joshua) Brentlinger, Renee (Robbie) Warner, Robert Buettner, Timothy Buettner, Nathan Bigham, and Miranda Buettner; three great-grandchildren, Haylee Brentlinger, Joseph Brentlinger, Aron Warner; sisters and brothers, Isolde Carpenter, Columbus; Renate (Joe) Sabistina, Hilliard; Seigfried (Roseann) Buettner, Canal Winchester; Hildegard (Gary) Smith, Thornville; Johanna (Gary) Winner, Cape Coral, Florida; Susanna Buettner, Ashville; sister-in more...
Ben E. Bumgarner
brother-in-law, Brenda and Jon Davis. Ben was a 1973 graduate of the Elgin High School. He was a life-long farmer, he was able to farm with his father for many years. Ben had worked as a livestock buyer for the former Heinhold Hog Market and Middendorf Stockyards, he then worked at the Marion Correctional Institute, retiring in 2015. One not to sit still, Ben enjoyed working for Warner’s Locker during deer season. He was a member of the Richwo more...
Doris Lucille Cameron
meron, 89, died Friday, July 26, 1996 at Coshocton Memorial Hospital following a weeklong illness. The retired nurse was a member of Prospect United Methodist Church, Prospect Senior Citizens, 60-year member and past office holder of the Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War and office holder of the Practical Nurse's Association Ohio's District 7. She was born July 4, 1907 in Prospect, daughter of John P. and Mattie E. Latham Penry. Su more...
Derek M. Carter
Derek M. Carter,9, of Richwood died Friday, Dec. 5, 1997, at Memorial Hospital of Union County. He was a third-grade student at Mill Valley Elementary School and formerly attended the Harold Lewis School. He was born Nov. 21, 1988, in Deleware to Perry and Robin Thompson Carter of Richwood. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Judy Hamilton. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Tiffany and Kimber, both of more...
Chloe Rose Chambers
njoyed changing the color of her hair. She enjoyed a wide range of music from rap to pop and to country. She loved to watch movies one of which is Django. Otherwise the scary ones were the best. In childhood, Chloe and her older brother Ian were very often playmates. Whether this was rolling in the snow, dragging the mattresses to the living room to dive into or play in the loft of the garage. While she had so many friends she always thought th more...
Guy Chapman
Ohio State University and graduated from Otterbein College in Westerville. He was a teacher and coach at St Paul School in Westerville, Holy Trinity School in Bucyrus, and Colonel Crawford High School. From 1972 to 1977 he sold insurance for the George Crawford Agency in Marion.  George became a special  friend and mentor. In 1977 he returned to his first love of teaching and coaching. He was hired to teach physical education at Fairway-Waycraft more...
Geneva A. Cochran
Tri-County Lime Stone, which they operated from 1953-83. She was a member of Marseilles United Methodist Church; Latham Chapter No. 364 Order of the Eastern Star; and Kenton Elks Lodge. Mrs. Cochran is survived by a son, Harold M. Healea, Washington state; a daughter, Mrs. Jane Thomas, Thayer, Mo.; a brother, Harry A. Mead, Oakland, Calif.; a stepson, Norman L. Cochran, Kenton; and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Robert (June) Saltzman, Kenton; 12 grandchi more...
Lester G. Cochran
, of 376 Third St, LaRue, died Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2000, at 10:20 p.m. at Hardin Memorial Hospital, Kenton. He was born March 6, 1911, in Philo, W.Va, to the late Herbert and Lula (Hill) Cochran. On Dec. 22, 1945, he married Golda Kate Bond and she survives. He is survived by two nieces, Becky Felty of LaRue and Cookie Howell of Palestine, Texas; one brother, Del-bert Cochran of LaRue; and two sisters, Helen Simpson of Buffalo, W.Va. and Reba Grah more...
Helen S. Collins
lves in 1950.  They traveled extensively, including trips to the Holy Land and Wales, where Charlie’s family was from.  She loved sewing, making crafts, gardening and canning, and was known for making "scrubbers", which she sold to family, friends and at the Ohio State Fair. She is survived by her daughter, Joan Eilene (William) Schwaderer, Marysville; two granddaughters, Kara Susanna (Michael) Hampton, Springboro; Krista Nicole (John) Kelso, Pr more...

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