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Feb.9-14, 1998JANE GRIBBLEJane E. Gribble, 64, Lancaster, diedSunday, Feb. 8 at Fairfield MedicalCenter, Lancaster.Daughter of the late Merle and Stacey Beougher, she was the belovedwife and constant companion of her husband, G. David Gribble, who survives.She was a member of Sixth Avenue Methodist Church, TWIG 15, LancasterChorale Support Group and Fairfield Heritage Society.Also surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Cheryl Ann) Sickafoose ofLancaster.Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sixth AvenueUnited Methodist Church with Pastor John W. Harra officiating.The body will lie in state one hour prior to services Wednesday. Burialwill follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.Friends may call 6 to 8 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Tuesdayat Frank E. Smith Funeral Home, Lancaster.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the FairfieldCounty Unit of the American Cancer Society.WILLIAM "BRAD" NELSONWilliam B. "Brad" Nelson, 35, Logan, diedFriday, Feb. 6 at his residence.BornJan. 5, 1963, Nelsonville, son of James A. Nelson of Toledo andthe late Sylvia Dora Nelson, he was marriedto Sue Johnson Nelson, whosurvives.He was a motor route driver for The Logan Daily News.Also surviving are two sons, Brandon and Brian Nelson of the home;two foster sons, T.J. and Tommy Johnson of the home; a daughter, BrandyNelson of the home; a foster daughter, Taylor Johnson of the home; threebrothers, Jim and Wayne Nelson of Toledo and Tim Canter of Logan; and twosisters, Kathy Williams of Logan and Chris Davis of Union Furnace.Funeral services will be 2 p.m. today at Cardaras Funeral Home, Logan,with the Rev. David Scott officiating.Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.Friends may call from noon until service time today.MARIE TROVATOMarie H. Trovato, 74, Shawnee, diedSaturday at her residence.BornMay 16, 1923, Moxahala, daughter of the late Arthur and Maud MartinMurphy, she was the widow of John A. Trovato, who diedOct. 14, 1974.She was a lifetime resident of the area, a homemaker and a member ofSt. Bernard Catholic Church, Corning.Surviving are two sons, John K. (Candy) Trovato of Logan (Gore) andMichael A. Trovato of Shawnee; four sisters, Mrs. David (Mary) Manringof Corning, Mrs. Pat (Mattie) Sheline of New Lexington, Derinda Chenothof North Carolina and Helen Hankinson of New Lexington; and a brother,Bob Murphy of Somerset.She was also preceded in deathby a sister, Ruth Nash, and two brothers,Howard and Lee Murphy.Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. Tuesday at St.Bernard Catholic Church, 425 Adams Street, Corning, with Father John Metzgeras celebrant.Burial will be in New Lexington Cemetery.Friends may call 2 to 8 p.m. today at Roberts Funeral Home, 304 MillStreet, New Lexington, where rosary will be recited at 8 p.m., led by sisterDiana Durling, S. C.LLOYD "ED" VERMILLIONLloyd "Ed" Vermillion, 39, Carbon Hill, diedunexpectedly Saturday,Feb. 7 at his residence.BornJuly 13, 1958, Logan, son of Lloyd A. and Norma "Jeannie" PolingVermillion of Union Furnace, he was marriedto Cheryl A. Bateman Vermillion,who survives.A 1976 graduate of Tri-County Joint Vocational School, he attendedHocking Tech and was a member of the Ward Township Volunteer Fire Departmentfor 16 years. He worked at Westerman in Bremen.Also surviving are a son, Roger L. (Sandy) Vermillion of Buchtel; adaughter, Elizabeth Vermillion of the home; a grandson, Corey Vermillionof Buchtel; a sister, Mrs. Dan (Patty) Nichols; a brother, Doug Vermillion;and several nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with Ed True officiating.Burial will be in Downhour Cemeterynear Carbon Hill.Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Tuesdayat the funeral home.PEGGY SUE CULBERTSONPeggy Sue Farley Culbertson, 51, Logan, diedMonday, Feb. 9 at herresidence.BornMarch 27, 1946, Montgomery, W.Va., daughter of the late Gilbertand Millie Holcolmb, she was marriedto Jerry Culbertson, who survives.She was a former employee of Lancaster-Fairfield Medical Center andHocking Valley Community Hospital.Also surviving are a son, John Farley of McArthur; a daughter, TheresaHelber of Logan; three grandchildren, Chuck Kuhn Jr. and Kevin L. Kuhnof Logan and John Farley Jr. of Somerset; two brothers, Duke Holcolmb ofCanton and Kermit Holcolmb of Montgomery, W.Va.; a sister, Linda Tuftsof Aiken, S.C.; and several nieces and nephews.She was also preceded in deathby 11 brothers and sisters.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Cardaras Funeral Home,Logan, with the Rev. David Holdman officiating.Burial will be in New Fairview Memorial Gardens, Rockbridge.Friends may call 11 a.m. until service time Thursday at the funeralhome.FLORENCE AND GLORIA THACKERFlorence M. Thacker, 83, New Plymouth, and her daughter, Gloria D.Thacker, 50, New Plymouth, diedMonday, Feb. 9 at University Medical Center,Columbus, and Grant Medical Center, Columbus, respectively.Florence was bornAug. 12, 1914 in Vinton County, daughter of the lateMarion and Rebecca Boyce Hutchison. She was the widow of Pearley Thacker,who diedOct. 4, 1989.A homemaker, she was a longtime Avon representative, a member of theWashington Township Fire Department Auxiliary and the Mount Pleasant andLogan area Women's Church Club.Gloria was bornNov. 24, 1947, McArthur, daughter of the late Pearleyand Florence M. Hutchison Thacker.She was employed by the Franklin County Board of Mental Retardationand Developmental Disabilities (MRDD) in one of their workshops and wasa former employee of the Vinton County MRDD Workshop in McArthur. She wasa member of the Washington Township Fire Department Auxiliary and MountPleasant and Logan area Women of the Church Club.Surviving Florence are three daughters, Lauri Lee Pittman of New Plymouth,Janet Hammond of Columbus and Karen Riser of Columbus; 14 grandchildren;several great-grandchildren; and four sisters, Ina Pence of Columbus, RosellaCarr of Columbus, Mattie Thacker of Marion and Mrs. Glenn (Madeline) McKnightof Marion.She was also preceded in deathby three sons, the Rev. Rodney, OscarH. and Kelson O. Thacker; a daughter, Gloria D. Thacker; a grandson, JonathanThacker; a brother, Francis Hutchison; and a sister, Evelyn Fitchwater.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Heinlein-Brown Funeral Homewith the Rev. A.B. Maloy officiating.Burial will be in Elk Cemetery, McArthur.Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Thursdayat the funeral home.WILBUR "BILL" BAKERServices were held Feb. 3 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Columbus,for Wilbur "Bill" Baker, 67, Logan, who diedJan. 30.He was marriedto Jean Baker, who survives.A Korean War veteran, he was a member of American Institute of RealEstate Appraisers, American Home Builder, National Rifle Association, NationalGun Collectors and the Logan Train Club. He was a life member of the ElksLodge, a charter member of AMVETS Post 1776, a life member of DAV 6854and was listed in "Who's Who in Real Estate Appraisers.Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Terry (Theresa) Robinson andMrs. Tom (Sandra) Jones, and and two granddaughters, Jennifer and Snookie,all of Florida.HAROLD MILLER JR.Harold Miller Jr., 61, Lancaster, diedSunday, Feb. 8 at his residence.Son of the late Harold and Alma Blackburn Miller Sr., he was marriedto Darlene Hudson Miller, who survives.He was a U.S. Marine Corp veteran of the Korean War.Also surviving are two daughters, Debbie Cox of Lancaster and DiannaTravis of Logan; three sons, Michael Miller of Groveport, Jack Miller ofAmanda and James Miller of Logan; 13 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren;four brothers, Vernon Miller of Logan, Lester Miller of Logan, WilliamMiller of Union Furnace and Avery Miller of Massachusetts; a sister, ChristineWorkman of Tennessee; and several nieces and nephews.He was also preceded in deathby a brother, Jack Miller.Memorial services will be held 2 p.m. Friday at the American Legion,SR 664, Logan (behind Amerihost)The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice of FairfieldCounty.Arrangements are by Halteman-Fett & Dyer Funeral Home, Lancaster.THOMAS EDWARD WALSHThomas Edward "Tommy" Walsh, 86, Logan, diedTuesday, Feb. 10 at HockingValley Community Hospital after a brief illness.BornJan. 14, 1912, Logan, son of the late Thomas Aloysius and EmmaChristine Lecrone Walsh, he was the widower of Mildred Waveline "Millie"Rainer Walsh, who diedMay 9, 1992.He had been a buyer for Risch Drug Store, Logan, having retired aftermore than 50 years of employment. He was a member of St. John CatholicChurch and a former member of the Logan Kiwanis Club. He was a member ofthe U.S. Army and served during World War II. He was also remembered forwalking through downtown Logan with his sister, Jane E. Shaw, annuallyfor 21 years completely attired in green on St. Patrick's Day.Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James (Colleen A.) Roush of Logan; twograndsons, Gary Champ Jr. and Shane Champ of Logan; two brothers, John"Jack" (Mary) Walsh of Logan and William (Pat) Walsh of Dayton; five sisters,Helen Gasser of Logan, Judith Heft of Logan, Margaret Goodlive of Toledo,Patricia Fickel of Edgewood, Wash., and Mrs. John (Martha) Trowbridge ofSummerfield, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.He was also preceded in deathby a brother, James R. Walsh, and twosister, Jane E. Shaw and Ann Walsh.Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10 a.m. Friday at St. John CatholicChurch with the Rev. Father Richard J. Pendolphi officiating.Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, where graveside military serviceswill be conducted by the Combined Veterans of Hocking County.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Thursday at Roberts FuneralHome, where Christian vigil services will be held at 7:30 p.m.MADGE McVEYMadge A. McVey, 93, Logan, diedTuesday, Feb. 10 at her residence.BornSept. 22, 1904, Union Furnace, daughter of the late Charles R.and Alice J. Vollmer Bowen, she was the widow of John M. McVey.She was a member of American Legion Auxiliary Post 78 and Town andCountry Extension Club.Surviving are three sons, Richard K. (Frances) McVey of Upper Arlington,Larry S. (Millie) McVey of Upper Arlington and Harry R. McVey of Logan;two daughters, Mrs. Don (Donna L.) White of Grove City and Mrs. Jim (Janice)Stewart of Logan; 22 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; five great-greatgrandchildren; and a sister, Peg Bowen of Logan.She was also preceded in deathby a daughter, Emma Jane Cramer; a brother,Harold Bowen; and a sister, Cleo Duffee.Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Cardaras Funeral Home, Logan,with the Rev. James Lambert officiating.Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Rockbridge.Friends may call 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the PresbyterianChurch Abiding Memorial Fund, 2 W. Hunter St., Logan, Ohio 43138.STANLEY "BUCK" BENNETT SR.Stanley "Buck" Bennett Sr., 50, Nelsonville, diedTuesday, Feb. 10at his residence.BornMarch 17, 1947, Washington County, son of the late Basil and MaryThompson Bennett, he was marriedto Mary Lou Bailey Bennett, who survives.Private services were held this morning.Burial was in Greenlawn Memory Gardens, Nelsonville.SHIRLEY FRAZIERShirley C. Wilson Frazier, 54, Lancaster, diedThursday, Feb. 12 ather residence.BornJan. 31, 1944, Logan, she was the daughter of Helen Cooper Wilsonof Logan and the late Clyde Wilson.Retired from the Lancaster Post Office, she was a member of the bodyof Christ for 40 years.Also surviving are a son, C. Matthew Frazier of Lancaster; two daughters,Meriam Edwards Christman of Logan and Sarah Frazier of Lancaster; fourgrandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Judy Bourneof Logan, Marjorie Wilson of Lancaster and Patricia Wright of Florida.She was also preceded in deathby a daughter, Julie Edwards, and threesisters, Lois Wilson, Abbigale Wilson and Phyllis Van Curen.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Sunday at Work of Restoration Ministries,SR 93 North, with the Rev. Roy Young officiating.Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Rockbridge.Friends may call 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Cardaras Funeral Home, Logan,and one hour prior to services Sunday at the church.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice of FairfieldCounty, 1111 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130.JACOB HUGHESJacob Davis Hughes, infant son of David W. and Alicia J. Cummans Hughesof Lancaster, was stillborn Thursday, Feb. 12 at Fairfield Medical Center.Also surviving are a brother, Adam D. Hughes of the home; maternalgrandparents the Rev. Don and Gwendola Cummans of Sugar Grove; paternalgrandmother, Polly Hughes of Baltimore; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.He was preceded in deathby his paternal grandfather, Walter "Bob"Hughes.Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Pleasant Hill Cemeterynear Rushville with Pastor Richard L. Smyers officiating.Arrangements are by Halteman-Fett-Dyer Funeral Home, Lancaster.MARY THOMPSONMary Margaret Corby Thompson, 67, diedpeacefully at home Thursday,Feb. 12.She was the widow of Dick Thompson.A member of Holy Family Catholic Church, she was retired from BriggsHigh School with 25 years of food service for Columbus Public Schools.Surviving are two sons, Jim (Barb) Thompson and David (Ellen) Thompson;two daughters, Mary Ann Thompson and Mrs. Dave (Dianne) Schwendenman; fourgrandchildren, Laura and Grace Thompson and Paul and Julia Schwendenman;a brother, John Corby; five sisters, Mrs. Joe (Sylvia) Auker, Pauline Corby,Mrs. Neal (Merlene) Mower, Mrs. Ed (Betty) Walters and Linda Call; manyloving nieces and nephews and special friends.She was also preceded in deathby a sister, Francis Smith, and brother,Joe Corby.Funeral Mass will be celebrated 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family CatholicChurch, 584 W. Broad St., Columbus, with Father Kevin Lutz as celebrant.Prayer service will be held 3 p.m. today.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 today at Jerry Spears FuneralDirectors, 2693 W. Broad St., Columbus.Burial will be in New Lexington Cemetery. Father John Dreese will performcommittal.RUSSELL "PECK" DEVOLRussell "Peck" Devol, 84, Hickory Creek Nursing Center, formerly ofCarbon Hill, diedFriday, Feb. 13 at Hickory Creek Nursing Center, ThePlains.BornJan. 19, 1914, Carbon Hill, son of the late Jessie and ElizabethWilkison Devol, he was marriedto Opal Geraldine Rieder Devol, who survives.A 1932 Carbon High School graduate, he was a retired manager for WalkerTrucking Company of Columbus. He was a member of Nelsonville area Old-TimersBaseball Association.Also surviving are three sons, Dale (Gloria) Devol of Athens, Dick(Dixie) Devol of East Canton and Mike Devol and special friend, DebbieWalker of Vinton; three grandchildren, Ashley Devol of Athens, Scott Devolof Canton and Vicky Clapper of Louisville; and a sister, Mrs. Neal (Fern)Dillon of Logan.He also was preceded in deathby an infant son, Kenneth; three sisters,Sylvia Devol, Ruth Devol and Erma Guess; and three brothers, Louie, JessieAllen and Gerald Devol.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Monday at Souers Funeral Home, Nelsonville,with the Rev. Ray Price officiating.Burial will be in Carbon Hill Cemetery.Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Sunday at the funeralhome.The family suggests contributions be made to G.O. Devol Memorial ScholarshipFund, c/o Ruth Ann Mayer, 46 Elmwood Place, Athens, Ohio 45701.WILLIAM W. HAHNWilliam Wesley Hahn, 67, Glouster, diedFriday, Feb. 13 at his residence.BornMay 21, 1930, Cleveland, son of the late Albert and Forrest MohneyHahn, he was marriedto Georgia Hahn, who survives.Mr. Hahn has been cremated per his request and his ashes will be interredat a later date.No calling hours will be observed.Arrangements are by Brown Funeral Home, Murray City.WILLIAM J. McGOMERYWilliam Joseph McGomery, 45, Trimble, diedTuesday, Feb. 10 at hisresidence.BornFeb. 27, Nelsonville, he was the son of the late Carlos and BonitaMowery McGomery.A former member of Ohio National Guard Battery A 2nd Battalion 174thADA, he was employed at Nicofibers in Shawnee. He was a member of NelsonvilleHoliness Mission.Surviving are four daughters, Melinda Wesney of Lancaster, Angel Voreof Nelsonville, Michelle McGomery of Trimble and Mary McGomery of Trimble;seven grandchildren; three brothers, Bob (Garnett) McGomery of Logan, John(Cindy) McGomery of Chillicothe and Dave (Jody) McGomery of Somerset; andtwo sisters, Emmy Thress of Crooksville and Carol Martin of Westerville.He also was preceded in deathby an infant son; and one brother, RonnieMcGomery.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Monday at Cardaras Funeral Home, Logan,with the Revs. Steve Heskett and David Scott officiating.Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery.Military graveside services will be conducted by Ohio National GuardAdjutant General's Honor Guard Unit.Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Sunday at the funeralhome.GERTRUDE A. "GERTIE" SPARKSGertrude A. "Gertie" Sparks, 86, Haydenville, diedFriday, Feb. 13at Logan Health Care Center.BornJune 2, 1911, Pomeroy, daughter of the late Daniel and GarnetMcMaster Ginther, she was the widow of Albert "Red" Sparks, who diedFeb.8, 1994.She along with her late husband, owned and operated Sparks GeneralStore in Haydenville for several years. She was a member of HaydenvilleUnited Methodist Church, past president of United Methodist Women of theChurch and a graduate of Haydenville High School.Surviving are a stepson, Wilbourn (Betty) Sparks of Haydenville; twostepdaughters, Mrs. James (Judy) Brown of Glouster and LaDonna Burch ofAlbany; two brothers, Edgar (Alma) Ginther and John (Anita) Ginther, bothof Waterford; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and nieces andnephews.She also was preceded in deathby a stepson, Richard Sparks; two brothers,William and Delbert Ginther; and two half sisters, Anna and Grace Ginther.Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with Pastor Wayne Andrick officiating.Burial will be in Smith Chapel Cemetery.Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Sunday at the funeralhome.The family suggests contributions be made to South Logan Church ofChrist, 13816 Walhonding Ave., Logan, Ohio 43138.VIRGINIA B. WILLIAMS-JAMESVirginia B. Williams-James, 75, New Straitsville, diedFriday, Feb.13 at Hocking Valley Community Hospital.BornSept. 17, 1922, Franklin County, daughter of the late Frank andGolda Acton Roederer, she was the widow of Hugh W. "Hoss" James, who diedSept. 4, 1996.A homemaker, she was a former employee of North American Aircraft Factory.She also was employed by the former Julian-Kocain Shoe Co. in Columbus.She attended New Straitsville United Methodist Church.Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Georgia) Flowers of Rockbridgeand Mrs. Timmothy (Rita) Perry of New Straitsville; a foster daughter,Mrs. Eddie (Ginger) Perry of New Straitsville; seven grandchildren; fivegreat-grandchildren; one brother, Harold (Helen) Roederer of Largo, Fla.;and two sisters, Evelyn Seymour of Columbus and Mrs. Mary Amore of Newcomerstown.She also was preceded in deathby her first husband, Basil Williams,who diedFeb. 14, 1974; two brothers, Frank and Charles Roederer; and onesister, Helen Roederer.Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Heinlein-Brown Funeral Homewith the Rev. Ernie Perkins officiating.Burial will be in New Fairview Cemetery, Rockbridge.Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Sunday withthe family in attendance from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 at the funeral home.Feb.16-21, 1998JOHN ALLERSJohn A. Allers, 94, Roswell, Ga., formerly of Lancaster, diedSaturday,Feb. 14 in Roswell.He was the widower of Mary Katherine Allers, who diedin 1990.Retired from Champion Spark Plug Company after 43 years, he was a memberof Lutheran Church of Our Savior and Olivedale Senior Citizens.Surviving are a son, John (Joyce) Allers of Roswell; four grandchildren;brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law; and several nieces and nephews.He was also preceded in deathby four brothers.Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Frank E. Smith FuneralHome Chapel, Lancaster, with the Rev. Alan K. Knoke officiating.Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Logan.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Tuesday at the funeral home.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Olivedale SeniorCitizens Center.JOSEPHINE BISHOPJosephine Bishop, 77, Shawnee, diedSaturday, Feb. 14 ather residence.BornApril 11, 1920, Grafton, daughter of the late Frank and Mary CordyWosicki, she was the widow of Robert Bishop Sr., who diedin 1983.She was a homemaker.Surviving are two sons, Robert Jr. of Summit Station and Garry of Shawnee;two daughters, Mrs. Wayne (Sharon) McGill and Sandy Bishop, both of Lancaster;a brother, Thomas Wosicki of New London; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.She was also preceded in deathby two sisters, Rosie and Katherine,and a brother, Stanley.Funeral services will be held noon Wednesday at Humphrey Funeral Home,Shawnee, with the Rev. John Metzger officiating.Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery.Friends may call after 7 p.m. today and anytime Tuesday at the funeralhome with the family in attendance from 2 to 4 p.m. and after 7 Tuesday.SHIRLEY FRAZIERFuneral services were held 1 p.m. Sunday at Word of Restoration MinistriesChurch, Logan, for Shirley C. Wilson Frazier, 54, Lancaster, who diedThursday,Feb. 12.The Rev. Roy Young officiated.Honorary casketbearers were Aaron Christman and Dan Evangelista.Active casketbearers were Alan and Jared Christman, John Wasen, AllenBourne, Shane Frazier and Mark Van Curen.Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Rockbridge.LESLIE McKEELeslie E. McKee, 67, Glouster, diedFriday, Feb. 13 at O'Bleness MemorialHospital, Athens.BornJuly 22, 1930, Millfield, son of the late Elsworth McKee and LucilleBaker McKee Harden, he was marriedfor 39 years to Aili Alto McKee, whosurvives.Graveside services will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday at Hilltop Cemetery,Millfield.Friends may call 11 a.m. until service time Tuesday at Cardaras FuneralHome, Glouster.PARLEY PHILLIP NUTTERParley Phillip "Pete" Nutter, 67, Columbus, formerly of Logan, diedunexpectedly Saturday, Feb. 14 in the Hocking Valley Community Hospitalemergency room.BornSept. 16, 1930, Hocking County, son of the late Lowell Emersonand Florence Daubenmire Nutter Sr., he was marriedto Opal Geraldine StumpNutter, who survives.He was a self-employed residential home building contractor, a part-timefarmer and a member of Eastminster Presbyterian Church.Also surviving are a son, Stephen Phillip Nutter of Reynoldsburg; adaughter, Mrs. Joseph M. (Erla Sue) Buoni of Reynoldsburg; two grandchildren,Jennifer Buoni and Jason Buoni of Reynoldsburg; four brothers, Lowell NutterJr. of Logan, George Nutter of Kissimmee, Fla., William Nutter of GroveCity and Robert Nutter of Kissimmee, Fla.; six sisters, Mrs. Roger (Luella)Guess of Lancaster, Mrs. John (Evelyn) Statten of Van Wert, Mrs. David(Roxie) Schlegel of Wapakoneta, Mrs. Herbert (Anna Mae) Smith of Gahanna,Mrs. Leonard (Ruth) Lehman of Coral Gables, Fla., and Mrs. Esther Whitcraftof Gibisonville; and several nieces and nephews.He was also preceded in deathby an infant daughter, Opal Nutter, whodied in 1955, and three brothers, Paul, Jesse and Ralph Nutter.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Roberts Funeral Home withthe Rev. Wayne Weiss officiating.Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Good Hope Township, Hocking County.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 today at the funeral home.PEARL SHULTZPearl J.E. Shultz, 85, Logan, diedSunday, Feb. 15 at Logan HealthCare Center.BornMarch 10, 1912, Hocking County, son of the late Cecil and LucyDavis Shultz, he was the widower of Margaret Walters Shultz, who diedMarch11, 1995.Retired from the former Sunglow Factory in Logan after 42 years ofservice, he attended Church of the Nazarene in Logan and was an avid woodworkerafter his retirement.Surviving are a son, Donald Shultz of Nelsonville; four daughters,Mrs. James (Ruby) Hixenbaugh of New Plymouth, Mrs. Hamilton (Betty) Wardof Clemont, Fla., Mrs. John (Doris) Shaw of Montgomery, Ala., and RuthAnn Hoy of Logan; 12 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.He was also preceded in deathby three brothers, Harry, Carl and HaroldShultz, and six sisters, Marie Johnson, Mildred Gardner, Florence Westenbarger,Ellen Ringhiser, Anne Reynolds and Irene Shultz.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Church of the Nazarenewith the Rev. Darwin Pressler officiating.Burial will be in Shaw Cemetery.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Tuesday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome and one hour prior to services Wednesday at the church.MARLENE COPENHAVERMarlene J. Copenhaver, 62, Logan, diedSunday, Feb. 15 at Mount CarmelMedical Center, Columbus, following an extended illness.BornApril 28, 1935, Obetz, daughter of the late Arthur R. and ThelmaJ. Termer Travis Sr., she was marriedto Brooks M. Copenhaver, who survives.A retired billing clerk of Hocking Valley Community Hospital, she wasa member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, where she was a former SundaySchool teacher and a member of the Women's Circle. She was a 1953 graduateof Logan High School.Also surviving are three sons, Jeff (Deborah) Thompson of Logan, JamesK. (Nancy) Copenhaver of Logan and Brooks M. Copenhaver Jr. of Logan; adaughter, Mrs. Dallas (Marna) Snyder of Mountain Home, Idaho; two grandchildren,Bridgett and Corey Snyder of Mountain Home, Idaho; six brothers, ArthurR. Travis Jr. of Florida, Ronald A. Travis of Fostoria, Thomas N. Travisof Logan, David E. Travis of Logan, Raymond S. Travis of Logan and JohnathonG. Travis of Columbus; and two sisters, Mrs. Scott (Marge) Huffines andMrs. Bob (Lorena) Griffin, both of Logan.She was also preceded in deathby an infant daughter, Beatrice Sue.Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with the Revs. Ronald A. Travis and Scott L. Huffines officiating.Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, Hocking County.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Tuesday and from noon untiltime of services Wednesday.OMA FRASUREOma E. Frasure, 85, Logan, diedMonday, Feb. 16 at Hocking Valley CommunityHospital.BornJan. 30, 1913, Logan, daughter of the late Alva and Zola KellerMiller, she was the widow of Lester Jackson.She was a member of Union Furnace United Methodist Church.Surviving are three daughters, Patty Williams of Bremen, Mrs. Earl(Bonnie) Blair, Logan and Mrs. Perry (Bobbie Jane) Shull of Fort Wayne,Ind.; eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.She was also preceded in deathby two brothers, Ralph and Elwood Miller.Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Union Furnace United MethodistChurch with the Rev. James Lambert officiating.Burial will be in Ewing Cemetery.Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 Wednesday at Cardaras FuneralHome, Logan.MARGARET HAMILTONMargaret Rose Hamilton, 75, Logan, diedSunday, Feb. 15 at RockmillRehabilitation Center, Lancaster.BornSept. 23, 1922, Perry County, she was the daughter of the lateIssac Sherman and Rose Leona George Danison.She was a recruiter for the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program of HockingCounty, a member of the Maxville United Methodist Church and the Blue BellChapter 151 of the Order of Eastern Star of Shawnee, a former employeeof the former Ray-O-Vac Co. of Lancaster and a former employee of Joe ParsonsLaundry of Logan.Surviving are two sons, Vincent L. (Virginia "Ginny") Hamilton of Goreand Lesley Leroy Hamilton of Oreville; six daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Virginia)McCrady of Sugar Grove, Mrs. Roy (Roberta Eileen) Mount of Logan, Mrs.Andy (Mary Kay) Keplar of Logan, Mrs. Jeff (Jayne Sue) Bryan of Newark,Ruth Ann Schneck of Logan and Leona Marie Holcomb of Logan; 10 grandchildrenand 15 great-grandchildren.She was also preceded in deathby a brother, Pearl Danison, and threesisters, Lucy Strawn, Mona Williams and Elsie Brown.Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with the Rev. Dixie Bauman officiating.Burial will be in Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery, Perry County.Friends may call Wednesday at the funeral home with the family in attendancefrom 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9.Margaret was the true embodiment of courage and strength and an inspirationto all who knew her. She has gone to a far better place than she left behind.She will not be forgotten.KAYLA MARKINFuneral services were held 11 a.m. today at Shawnee Cemeteryfor KaylaNicole Markin, infant daughter of Amy Jo Nelson and William Edward Markinof New Straitsville, who diedat birth Feb. 10 at Ohio State UniversityHospital, Columbus.David Rambsel officiated.Also surviving are maternal grandparents Pete and Pam Nelson of NewStraitsville; paternal grandparents Gary Markin of Moxahala and ConnieDepugh of Circleville; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.She was preceded in deathby a sister, Kessah.Arrangements were by Humphrey Funeral Home, Shawnee.EILEEN SANBORNEileen Sanborn, 80, Minerva, formerly of Murray City, diedMonday,Feb. 16 at Great Trail Care Center, Minerva.BornSept. 13, 1917, she was the daughter of Bert and Sylvia ReevesSweazy.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Warren-Brown Funeral Home,Nelsonville.Burial will be in Carbon Hill Cemetery.Friends may call 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.CHARLES "CHUCK" WICKSCharles "Chuck" Wicks, 70, Nelsonville, diedMonday, Feb. 16 at hisresidence.BornMay 23, 1927, West Virginia, son of the late William and LizaJordan Wicks, he was the widower of Patsy Wicks.Funeral services will be 6 p.m. Tuesday at Warren-Brown Funeral Home,Nelsonville.No calling hours will be observed.At Mr. Wicks request, the body will be cremated. Graveside and militaryservices will be held at a later date.LILLIAN DOOLITTLELillian Rosell Doolittle, 84, Nelsonville, diedTuesday, Feb. 17 atPine Hills Continuing Care Center, Nelsonville.BornMarch 23, 1913, Carbondale, daughter of the late Sherm Praterand Etta Mae Martin Prater Arnold, she was the widow of Kenneth "Mike"Doolittle.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Warren-Brown Funeral Home,Nelsonville.Burial will be in Asbury Cemetery, Hocking County.Friends may call 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 today at the funeral home.CATHY MITCHELLCathy L. Mitchell, 33, Logan, diedMonday, Feb. 16 at Hocking ValleyCommunity Hospital following an extended illness.BornMarch 15, 1964, Logan, daughter of Mary A. Rollins Guess of Loganand the late Ralph N. Guess, she was marriedto Paul Mitchell, who survives.She was a mold operator at the Logan Goodyear Plant.Also surviving are a son, Jason P. Mitchell of the home; two brothers,Jack Guess of Logan and Greg (Tammy) Guess of Logan; two sisters, Mrs.Vern (Tambra) Miller Jr. of Logan and Mrs. Gene (Darla) Moses of West Virginia;several special nieces and nephews; and several brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with the Rev. Betty Brooks officiating.Burial will be in Knollwood Cemetery.Friends may call 4 to 9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. until service time Thursday.RUTH SCHEINRuth E. Schein, 91, Lancaster, diedTuesday, Feb. 17 at Fairfield MedicalCenter, Lancaster, following a brief illness.BornJuly 10, 1906, Hocking County, she was the daughter of the lateHomer A. and Maude V. Beougher Schein.She was a member of Fairview United Methodist Church near Rockbridgeand the Olivedale Senior Citizens of Lancaster.Surviving are a brother, Homer J. (Kate) Schein of Lancaster, and severalnieces and nephews.She was also preceded in deathby two brothers, Floyd J.N. and JohnW. Schein, and a sister, M. Evelyn Schein.Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Heinlein-Brown FuneralHome with the Rev. J. Gordon Sullivan officiating.Burial will be in New Fairview Cemetery, Rockbridge.Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Fridayat the funeral home.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Fairview UnitedMethodist Church, c/o Eileen Nihiser, 27899 SR 180, Rockbridge, Ohio 43149.WILLIAM "KENNY" GLANEMANNWilliam "Kenny" Glanemann, 60, Corning, diedTuesday, Feb. 17 at GoodSamaritan Medical Center, Zanesville.BornFeb. 15, 1938, Congo, son of the late Jobbie and Gladys GiffinGlanemann, he was marriedto Mary Jo Danielson Glanemann, who survives.Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at Humphrey Funeral Home,Shawnee, with the Rev. Malvin Jones officiating.Burial will be in Beach Grove Cemetery.Friends may call after 7 p.m. today and anytime Friday at the funeralhome.RUTH TOLLIVERRuth B. Tolliver, 76, Logan, diedTuesday, Feb. 17 at Hocking ValleyCommunity Hospital.BornNov. 13, 1921, Hocking County, daughter of the late Frank J. andMay Mertis Dupler, she was the widow of J. J. Tolliver.She owned and operated J.& R. Parts and Salvage, Inc., and wasa member of St. John Lutheran Church and the Logan VFW Auxiliary.Surviving are two sons, James W. Tolliver of Oreville and John (Betty)Tolliver of Frazeysburg; three daughters, Mrs. Larry (Ruth) Garner of NewStraitsville, Linda Miller of Lancaster and Nancy Echols of Columbus; 22grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.She was also preceded in deathby a son, Frank David Tolliver; a daughter,Sarah Jane Francis; three brothers, Clarence, Clyde and Dwight Dupler;and three sisters, Mae Hutton, Mildred Anderson and Velma Nihiser.Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at St. John Lutheran Church,Pleasant Valley Road off SR 180 near Logan, with John Gill officiating.Burial will be in St. John Lutheran Cemetery, Hocking County.Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 Saturdayat Heinlein-Brown Funeral Home and one hour prior to services at the church.EARL "BILL" BEOUGHERFuneral services were held Wednesday in Stoneboro, Penn., for EarlW. "Bill" Beougher, Sandy Lake, Penn., formerly of Logan, who diedSundayfollowing a year-long battle with cancer.BornJune 6, 1930, son of the late Roy Beougher and Ethel Murphy, hewas marriedfor nearly 50 years to Violet Blough Beougher, who survives.Also surviving are three sons, Danny (Jean), Larry (Debbie) and Jeff(Lisa); three daughters, Mrs. Rick (Beverly) Thompson, Deborah Mott andMrs. Dave (Lisa) Urey, all from near Sandy Lake; six grandchildren; twostep-grandchildren; two brothers, Leroy (Dorothy) Beougher of Hebron andJim Beougher of Meadville, Penn.; and five sisters, Mrs. Ken (Dolores)Starr of Pataskala, Mrs. James (Mae) Taulbee, Monabelle Cottrill, Mrs.Harold (Betty) Johnson and Mrs. Terry (Rose) McQuaide, all of Logan.He was also preceded in deathby a sister, Ruby Darlene, and a son-in-law,Arthur Mott.DONNA MASONDonna Gaye Mason, 60, Logan, diedWednesday, Feb. 18 at UniversityMedical Center, Columbus.BornFeb. 23, 1937, Columbus, she was the daughter of the late ElmerE. and Edith Bell Bentley Linscott.Graveside memorial services will be held at Knollwood Cemetery.No calling hours will be observed. Ms. Mason has been cremated perher request.DENNIS L. HOCKMANDennis L. Hockman, 43, Middleport, diedFriday, Feb. 20 at VeteransMemorial Hospital, Pomeroy.BornAug. 26, 1954, Lancaster, son of Harold and Marilyn Harmon Hockman,he was marriedto Teri Hockman, who survives.A 1972 Bremen High School graduate, he was employed as a financialplanner. He was former clerk/treasurer for the village of Middleport, ownerof the Hockman Group and former president of Middleport Community Association.He was a member of Middleport Church of Christ and Gideons International.Also surviving are two daughters, Dawn Hockman of Columbus and AmberHockman of Middleport; a son, Aaron Hockman of Middleport; three brothers,Doug (Diane) Hockman of Columbus, Greg (Kim) Hockman of Bremen and Gary(Becky) Hockman of Gahanna; a grandmother, Evelyn Hockman of Bremen; mother-in-lawand father-in-law. Donald and Marilyn Starkey; and several aunts, uncles,nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Middleport Chapel of FisherFuneral Home with the Rev. Al Hartson officiating.Committal services will be held 4:30 p.m. Monday at Grandview Cemetery,Bremen.Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 Sunday at the funeralhome.The family suggests contributions be made to Gideons Internationalor Middleport Church of Christ, 437 Main Street, Middleport, Ohio 45760.ROLAND M. MENDERRoland M. Mender, 71, Nelsonville, diedThursday, Feb. 19 at Pine HillsContinuing Care Center, Nelsonville.BornJune 21, 1926, Sugar Grove, son of Wilma Mills Mender of Nelsonvilleand the late Hubert Mender, he was marriedto Pamela White Mender, whosurvives.Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at First United MethodistChurch, Nelsonville.No calling hours will be observed.Arrangements are by Souers Funeral Home, Nelsonville.WILLIAM T. WHITLAWilliam Thomas Whitla, 69, Bonita Springs. Fla., diedFriday, Feb.20 at his residence following an extended illness.BornFeb. 29, 1928, Beaver Falls, Pa., son of the late Jay Theodoreand Flora Pearl Carlton Whitla, he was marriedto Mary Margaret KrannitzWhitla, who survives.A U.S. Army and Navy veteran, he served during the Korean Conflict.He was a former golf course superintendent in Avon Park, Fla. and a memberof Florida Moose Lodges and American Legion in Bonita Springs, Fla.Also surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. Glyn (Mary Kay) Acton of BonitaSprings, Fla.; two stepsons, Joseph Terrell of Logan and Edward Chilcoteof Columbus; a brother, Theodore "Ted" Whitla of Beaver Falls, Pa.; a sister,Mary W. Peluso of New Castle, Pa.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Roberts Funeral Home withthe Rev. Father Richard J. Pendolphi officiating.Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.Military graveside services will be conducted by Combined Veteransof Hocking County.Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.

 

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