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Clyde E. Beckel Sr.
spect Lions Club and Masonic Lodge. Clyde had a sharp mind and was a very hard worker. It could be said that if anything needed fixed, Clyde could do it. He will be remembered in the Prospect and Richwood area for the thousands of his beloved Colorado Blue Spruce Trees that he planted and beautified the area. Clyde was also the original Chicken Master with the "Prospect Chicken". Clyde enjoyed playing pinochle, deer hunting and taking hot air more...
Russell E. "Coony" Coonfare
Sept. 13,1932, in Coshocton to the late D. F. and Hazel Barr Coonfare. He married Kathleen "Katie" Litzenberg in Key West, Fla., on Feb. 14, 1972, and she survives. He is also survived by a stepson, Brian (Dondra) Sands of Marysville; grandchildren, Joshua and Kasandra; and brothers, Don (Mary) of West Jefferson and Cedric of Centerburg. The Rev. Scott Nichols will officiate at a memorial service which will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday a more...
Ernest "Ernie" Glenn Fields
lso preceded in death by a son, Mitchell "Mickey" Fields. After attending Richwood High School, he married Thelma just before leaving for Army boot camp and training at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, followed by White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico, working in the guided missile program. After coming home from the Army, he worked at Marion Power Shovel, and then moved on to Whirlpool where he worked as a lab technician for 38 years bef more...
James Leroy Garee
spent in his garden.  Above all, he loved his kids and grandkids. He is survived by two sons, Kevin Garee, Marion and his three children, Briana, Taylor and Hunter; Kenneth (Sarah) Garee, Sunbury; a daughter, Dondra (Brian) Sands, Magnetic Springs and their children, Joshua and KaSandra; two sisters, Joan Smith, Washington Court House; Jane Sanderson, Marysville; a sister-in-law, Dorothy Garee Breece, Marysville; best friend Don Lowe, Marysville more...
Sandra Sue Garee
jsjame _Sandra Sue Garee___Age 51_ Address _242 Brown Rd. ,_near Marysville__ Place nfTWh Grady Memorial Hospital_ Date of Death May 3, 1992 Sun. Delaware, Ohio Hour Of Death _3;31 a-m- HnwT.nngTH failing health several years _ ,. r t-, , Homemaker Occupation of Deceased- . _ t 0 . . Pharisburg United Methodist Church; graduate of Church, Lodges, Societies -z-_- Leesburg-Magnetic High School in 1958 ^ , May 26, 1940 . ,, Marysville, Oh more...
Billy E. Hines
1949 graduate of Byhalia High School and a member of the York United Methodist Church. He was born Feb. 2, 1931, in York Township to the late William H. and Beatrice Wright Hines. He was predeceased by his stepmother, Olive Sands. He is survived by a sister, Kathryn Hutchins of Marion and two nieces, Donna Hutchins of Marion and Kalla Hutchins-Han of Korea. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood more...
Olive May Hines
___failing health several years Hour of Death Occupation of Deceased Byhalia United Methodist Church and Women's Society of Church Date of Birth_Auqsut 28. 1899 Place of Birth_Guernsey Cnnnty, Ohio Father's Name _Millin Sands-Living ( ) Deceased (x) AliCe Hillyer x Mother's Maiden Name._Living ( ) Deceased ( ) If Living, Where-- Married to William H. Hines (date) Dec. 17. 1942 in_Franklin County Wife or Husband Living ( ) or Deceased (* more...
Ray Dwight Jackson
Sisters and Addresses - 1 bro - Richard Jackson. Marion_ 1 sis - Ollie Jackson, Richwood Funeral Services will be held_Mon., July 8, 1991-^ ^- 11:00a . Ballinger-Peppard Funeral HOme at___m. in the- with Rev. t. Ronald Sands_officiating. Burial will be in_ Broadway_ Cemetery, near_ Ballinger-Peppard Funeral HOme, Richwood Sunday from 2-4 & 7-9 Friends may call at_after__m--- 19- contributions to Marysville Food Pantry 7th St., Marysvil more...
Kenneth Robert "Kenny" McEliece
omas and Mildred (Short) McEliece, he was also predeceased by sister: Rose Devore and Brother: Bill McEliece and sister in law Heather McEliece Kenny was a 1961 graduate of the Prospect High School, retired from the Shelly & Sands Paving Co. and Erie Lackawanna Railroad. He was a member of the S.A.L. American Legion Post 368 Prospect and the American Legion Motorcycle Riders Assn. A simple hardworking man, Kenny loved hunting and fishing, spendin more...
Todd George Martin
h Union High School in 1982.  In his early 20’s, he moved to North Texas where he called home for the rest of his life. Most knew Todd as a cyclist first and foremost as he rode with two primary clubs and logged tens of thousands of miles first with the Fort Worth Bicycling Association and then with Lone Star Randonneurs.  With both groups, he was a quiet and beloved leader. He is survived by his father, George Martin, Richwood; sister Lindsey more...
Harold Edwin Neel
r Juanita Maxine Dempster in Richwood and she survives. He was a member of the Richwood Church of Christ.  A veteran of the U. S. Navy, he served during the Korean War and retired as Chief in 1986.  He worked for Shelly and Sands as a construction supervisor, retiring 1994. He was a member of American Legion post 40, VFW Post 870, both in Richwood; and a life member of the NRA.  Harold was very proud of being a founding member of the Richwood Gu more...
Benjamin Rodgers "Ben" Sager
ong with 80-plus years of livestock and grain farming, Ben also drove a school bus for LaRue Public School at the age of 15, raised and trained Airedale terriers for the Oorang Kennels, was an avid fur trapper, and baled thousands of bales of hay and straw. His hobbies included gardening, fishing, pitching horseshoes, playing euchre, golfing in his later years and spending winters in Florida, Originally a member of the Richwood Lions Club, he was more...
Karleen A. Streitenberger
ssler (Jack); and a special cousin, Donna Jean Ebert. Karleen enjoyed life to the fullest, even through severe pain for many years.  Her greatest gifts were the love, friendship, compassion, and loyalty she gave to thousands of nursing students and colleagues.  A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, January 24, at 10:00 AM at Grant Hospital, Columbus. Contributions may be made in her memory to the Grant/Riverside Methodist Hospita more...
Alvin K. "Tom" Thompson
rmer Ruby Fetter Oct. 3, 1925, in Kenton, and she survives. Also surviving are two sons, Tommy A. Thompson, Richwood, and James K. Thompson, LaRue; two daughters, Mrs. Don (Noreen) McPherson, Prospect, and Mrs. Mark (Mozell) Sands, Marion; a sister, Mrs. Albert (Juanita) Sadler, Savannah, Ga.; 12 grandchildren; and 12 greatgrandchildren. The service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Stofcheck Funeral Home with the Rev. Fred Cheney officiating. Burial w more...
James K. Thompson
enneth Thompson of Charlotte, N.C., Trina Marie Wetters of Sacramento, Ca. and Dena Marie (Ricardo) Romo of Marion, 6 grandchildren,his former wife and mother of their children, Marsha Carr of Marion, beloved sister, Mozelle Sands of Richwood and special friend and long time companion Mary Gay Mowery whom he made his home with. Funeral Services will be held Thursday April 26, 2012 at 7:00 pm at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood, w more...
Lorain Alvin "Tommy" Thompson
en) Moore of Marysville; Ryan (Sue Ann) Moore of Springfield; Viantha (Bill) Halley of Marysville; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; a brother, Jimmy Thompson of Richwood; and a sister, Mozelle "Babe" Sands of Richwood. Funeral services will be Thursday, July 7, 2011 at 11:00 AM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood with Pastor Dan Grose officiating.  Burial will follow in Claibourne Cemetery where military ho more...
Ruby E. Thompson
;Tom" Thompson Oct. 3, 1925, in Marion and he died May 23, 1990. She is survived by two sons, Tommy A. (Florence) Thompson ahd James K. Thompson of Richwood; two daughters, Noreen (Don) McPhersoh of Prospect and Mozelle Sands of Richwood; 12 grandchildren; several greatgrandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Pauline Jacbby of Lima and Marcella (Raymond) James of Wellsville; and a sister-in-law, Juanita (Albert) Sadler of Sa more...
Leslie A. Weichenthal
for seven years. She later became a professor of speech and composition at Marion Technical College. There she started a literary publication for student authors and promoted high standards in the classroom. She touched thousands of lives. As a retiree, Leslie taught Learning Enrichment classes for seniors. One class on journal writing spawned a local writers' group. A woman of strong faith, she also taught adult Sunday school and was a former more...

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