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John "Jack" Porter
John "Jack" Porter, 73 of Dawsonville, Georgia, died Thursday, March 31, 2022 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born April 2, 1948 in Marion to the late Ervin and Donna (Ruhl) Porter. He was also preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Maurice Bosse. On August 25, 1978 he married the former Evelyn Dix in Prospect and she survives in Dawsonville. Jack was a member of Browns Bridge Church, Cumming, GA. He worked as Service Manager more...


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Charles "Bill" Adkins
d died Monday, Jan. 19,1998, at his residence after having been in failing health for two years. He was a machinist for the Eaton Corporation in Marion. He was born April 30,1928, in Scioto County to the late Ralph and Grace Porter Adkins and was predeceased by four sisters and a brother. He is survived by his wife, Naomi "Francine" Johnston Adkins whom he married Jan. 8, 1951, in LaRue; three sons, Darrell Adkins of Green Camp and Mart more...
Patricia M. Agler
young children by teaching Sunday School at Prospect Methodist Church, helping to start the church’s preschool, and also through the children’s program at Marion’s Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) group. She was a steadfast supporter of her children and grandchildren through their many endeavors. She was a great fan of basketball and likely attended hundreds of games over the years and watching many more on television. She is survived by three chi more...
Mildred Lavina Finstermacher Allen
Mildred Lavina Finstermacher Allen, 94, of Richwood died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Heartland of Marysville after a short illness. She was a wife, mother, court reporter and juvenile probation counselor for the Court of Common Pleas in Union County and a legal secretary for the prosecuting attorney. She was a member of the Richwood First United Methodist Church, past president of the United Methodist Women and member of the church choir. A graduat more...
Janis Berridge
ther, Dana Shoup. She was a member of the Mt. Vernon Avenue Church of Christ in Marion.  She had worked at JC Penney in Marion for many years.  Janis was a life-long Cleveland Indians fan and an avid OSU Buckeye Football supporter. She is survived by three sons, Rob (Mary) Berridge, Prospect; Jim (Deb) Berridge, Prospect; John (Melissa) Berridge, Marion; three daughters, Karla (Ron) Terrell, New Castle, Indiana; Janice (Dave) Hunsicker, Prospec more...
Nancy M. Chapman
t Church, she also helped with the children's choir. She also is survived by two daughters at home, Jessica and Andrea; two brothers, Robert E. Howald Jr., and Joseph L. Howald, both Richwood; two sisters Elizabeth A; Luera, Porterville, Calif., and Jane E. Bialecki, West Mansfield. , Funeral services wili be 11 a.m. Thursday at Stofcheck Funeral Home with the Rev. Wilbur Boyer officiating. Burial will be in Claibourne Cemetery. Friends may call more...
Emma Josephine Cheney
trips back to Ohio over the years to stay close to sisters, brothers, friends, nieces, nephews and all extended family.  She faithfully attended the First Baptist Church of Geneva, IL for over 30 years and was a long-time supporter of the Richwood First United Methodist Church. She is survived by her three sons, Cort (Susan) Cheney of West Lafayette, IN; Clark (Cathy) Cheney of St Charles, IL; Calvin (Joyce) Cheney of Broomfield, CO; grandchild more...
Eula Jean Davis
er sugar cookies.  She was also a talented seamstress.  She and her husband Bob were avid sports fans for many years, following their children’s sporting activities at North Union and Buckeye Valley, as well as being huge supporters of the Ohio State University Lady Bucks. Funeral services will be Monday, November 10, 2014 at 11:00 at the Richwood First United Methodist Church with Pastor Joe Rhea officiating.  Burial will follow in Claibourne C more...
Carol Ann Devers
She loved the Richwood community she became a part of in 1988 after leaving Utah to be closer to her husband’s family. She loved their 37-acre farm and the ability to surround herself with lots of animals. She was a proud supporter of North Union Athletics and the Boosters. She enjoyed attending events to watch her grandchildren but also loved the support of the community and enjoyed meeting others to cheer with and visit with. Carol grew up in more...
Alice Evelyn Dix
November 26, 1917 in Columbus, the daughter of Clarence Edgar and Maryann Stone Lightfoot. Her husband John N. Dix, whom she married December 7, 1940, preceded her in death October 3, 1944. Surviving are two daughters Evelyn Porter of Hilliard and Carroll Bosse of Columbus; a son J. Stephen of Chillicothe; six grandchildren and a great grandchild. Also surviving are a brother Paul Lightfoot of LaRue; and two sisters Beulah DeVine of Great Bend, K more...
John Norman Dix
orld- War II veteran was horn November 10. 1916 the son of Dio D. and Addie Cecile Stockwell Dix. He married the former Alice Lightfoot December 7. 1940 in Independence, Kentucky. Surviving are his wife, two daughters Evelyn Porter of Hilliard and Carroll Bosse of Columbus: a son, Stephen Dix of Chillicothe; 6 grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Carroll Long of Prospect. A brother preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Thursday. Oct. 6 more...
Esta Lana Dysert
dren and Addresses__________________________________________ ______Grandchildren and_________Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses _________________________________ 1 sis - Mrs. Lucy Porter, ____________________________________ ---]-bun.. ^---.Edison. Re^i^y.,-level and------------------------------------ ________________________________l. frjr.Q_and 1 sis doc.______________________ Funeral Funeral Servic more...
Helen A. Emery
ties -Prospect TTni ted.. Methodist Church- Date of Birth Nov 16 ’ 189k____________ Place of BirthP£££P££i________________ Father’s Name Clement V. Emery---------------------Living ( ) Deceased Mother’s Maiden Name Mary Jane Porterfield Living ( , Deceased (^ If Living, Where-------------------------------------------------------------- Married to-----------------(date) ----------------m--------------------------- Wife or Husband Living ( ) or De more...
Robert J. Emery
rs. He was a member of the Prospect United Methodist church, Prospect Senior Citizens and Prospect Community Park Board and had served as a township trustee. He was born May 11, 1905, in Prospect to the late Clement and Mary Porterfield Emery and was" predeceased by four brothers and four sisters. He married Ruth E. Harmon Oct. 10, 1937, in Prospect and she died June 8, 1 990. He is survived by a son, Bruce A. Emery of Worthington; two daugh more...
Judge Robert E. Evans Jr.
p after the game. If you knew Bob, you know he had quite the sweet tooth, especially for candy bars, Frosty’s or any type of ice cream treat! An avid sports fan, Bob also played in the Richwood Golf League and was a loyal supporter of the Ohio State Buckeyes and North Union Wildcats. He also enjoyed theatre, musicals, and gardening, especially his rose garden. In retirement, Bob and Helen spent many wonderful years at The Villages in Florida, whe more...
Helen Hester Farrington
e methodist faith and was a member of the Retired Teachers Association and Daughters of the American Revolution. She was an avid horse racing fan, a follower of Rambling Willie, "The Horse That God Loved," and a supporter of her nephews' careers. Shfe was born March 10,1901, in Union County and was preceded in death by her parents, William and Nelle Bradley Lawrence Farrington; a brother; and two sisters. She is survived by seven nieces more...
Thomas J. Ferguson
passion for sports, he could usually be found either at a sporting event or watching one on television, he loved football (the Cincinnati Bengals), Baseball (the Reds, Indians and Cardinals) and Basketball. Tom was a huge supporter of North Union Sports as well. When he was younger, he enjoyed hunting in Illinois. He is survived by his son, Roger "Fergie" Ferguson, Richwood; a brother-in-law, Bill (Darlene) Shaw, Virginia Beach, Virginia and man more...
Donald Jacob Foos
nty, Don and Donna lived and farmed in Marion County near Green Camp.  In addition to grain farming, he was a breeder of registered Black Angus cattle, and registered Shropshire Sheep for about 55 years and a staunch supporter of various breed stock associations.  He lived most of his adult life on the farm of his maternal grandfather, Jacob Smeltzer, also a breeder of registered Black Angus cattle.  He clerked Monday livestock sal more...
Ruth Alice Gabriel
raduated from Prospect High School in 1944, valedictorian of her class. Alice's long, rewarding life was defined by family, faith, friends, and two interests which emerged early in her life, music and banking. She told a reporter during a newspaper interview, "I love music. I began playing by ear at the age of 4. I knew two songs and my parents got tired of hearing them. So, they arranged for lessons the following year. I walked one mile b more...
Dorothy Margaret Hackworth
MARION - Dorothy Margaret Hackworth, age 75, of Marion, died at 6:27 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, 2007, at Marion Manor. She was born Dec. 4,1931, in Marion, to the late John C. and Edith L. (Porter) Smith. In 1957 she married Homer C. Hackworth and he died, in 1990. She is survived by one sister, Nita (Chuck) Dilsaver of Marion; three nephews; two nieces; five great-nieces; two great-nephews; and cousins. Sister-in-law Betty Hack-worth of Marion; and more...
James L. Hall
estern Lions Club. He served on the North Union School Board for 8 years and had served as the president. He enjoyed coaching Little League Baseball with North Union Baseball for Boys. He was a past president and staunch supporter of the Northwestern High School Alumni and was a Young Farmer Alumnus. While in FFA he was taught by Odell Miller and received his State Farmer Degree in 1963. Among Jim’s favorite times were vacationing and fishing w more...
Jo Ann Heller
neta Foos, Lucille Wittibslager, Ruth Greenwood and Winifred Blue. Jo Ann was a 1946 graduate of the Richwood High School, where she was a cheerleader and was in the choir and orchestra. An artist and musician, she was a supporter of arts in education and a member of the Palace Cultural Arts Assn. With the voice of an angel, she sang in the Chancel Choir at the LaRue United Methodist Church where she was a member. Jo Ann also played the piano an more...
Martha L. Carter Hicks
eet. Her home was the home base for African Americans coming back to Richwood to keep in touch with local activities because she had a keen knowledge of local events and family in the area. She and her husband were strong supporters of North Union sports and she was an avid reader of newspapers. She was born Sept. 17, 1917, in Richwood in the home she currently lived in to the late Herbert C. and Eva Jane Moore Carter and was predeceased by four more...
Robert Kenneth Hill
- Violet Jones, Richwood; 2 sons - Robert Hill, Columbus; -Richard Hill,-lancaster- numerous _L° Grandchildren and_Great Grandchildren also survive. Surviving Brothers and Sisters and Addresses - 1 sis - Mynie Roberts, Portersville, Ohio_ _1_sis rier.. Funeral Services will be held_sat. Feb. 24, 1990_, 19. at 1:3°p . m. in the_Ballinger-Peppard Funeral Home_ with Rev. Fred Cheney_officiating. Burial will be in_ _Price_ Cemetery, near_ more...
Robert E. Howald Sr.
w, Mary Howald. He is survived by his wife, Natalia Potts Howald, to whom he was married Oct. 10, 1948, in Elida; their children, Robert E. (Carolyn) Howald Jr. and Joseph L. (Kathy) Howald of Richwood, Elizabeth A. Luera of Porterville, Calif., and Jane E. (Joe) Bialecki of West Mansfield; grandchildren, James, Lance and Josh Howald, Troy (Erin) Chapman, Tracy Mannasmith, Philip (Becky) Howald, Joe (Dawn) Howald, Kileen (Doug) Payne, Tim (Heathe more...

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