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Saturday, September 22, 1990 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetTOC-3 Obituaries Katherine D. Barnes, Clifton She was retired head of food services for Cincinnati schools BY KENNETH COCKREL The Cincinnati Enquirer Katherine D. Barnes loved to cook and that skill no doubt came in handy as she coordinated the preparation of meals for children at nearly two dozen Cincinnati schools. Mrs. Barnes of Clifton died Thursday of cancer at Deaconess Hospital. She was 72. "She was a highly valued employee who was loved by her superiors as well as her subordinates," said Diane Sakmyster, director of food services for Cincinnati Public Schools. Mrs. Barnes was born Aug. 25, 1918 in East St. Louis, 111. She began her career with the Cincinnati Public Schools in 1958 as a substitute food-service helper and had become a cook-manager by 1966, Sakmyster said. In 1976, she became manager of the public schools' central com- mi Katherine D. Barnes missary operations, which placed her in charge of meal preparations for 22 schools. In that job, she also coordinated the cooking of pastries and pies for the district. Before her retirement in 1989, Mrs. Barnes also played a key role in the operation of the summer feeding program in conjunction with the city Recreation Commission. That program provides meals for children during recreational activities at local parks. Mrs. Barnes is survived by three daughters, Mary Weaver Creech, Barbara Owens, and Sherry Markle, all of Cincinnati; and one brother, Stanley Dissinger, also of Cincinnati. Visitation will be at 9 a.m. today at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, 4138 Hamilton Ave., Northside. Services will be at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225. Suzanne Behler BY DAVE BEASLEY The Cincinnati Enquirer Suzanne Behler was a woman who lived for people. "She was a significant other to many, many, many persons," said her brother, Bill Torbeck of Florence. Mrs. Behler of Walton, mother of seven, baseball and soccer coach, died Wednesday of injuries suffered in an auto accident on Interstate 75. She was 37. She was driving her children and six others to school when her van struck a car that had gone out of control on wet pavement. On the night before her death she was at a Parent-Teacher Organization meeting at St. Joseph Academy in Walton, working closely with teachers to help the school. "Her whole life and her prior- a ities were about her relationship with God, her children and her husband," Tor-beck said. "She was everyone's best friend." Mrs. Behler urae 9 mpmlvr Behler of All Saints Catholic Church in Walton, the St. Joseph Academy Parent-Teacher Organization and the LaLeche League. She was a coach with the Grant County baseball and soccer leagues. She is survived by her husband, Dennis J. Behler; a daughter, Sarah; six sons, Kevin, Brian, Scott, Jason, Craig and Brett, all at home; her father, Richard L. Torbeck, Harrison; her mother, Betty Lou Koch Torbeck, Dent; three brothers, Rich Torbeck of Harrison, Larry Torbeck of White Oak and Steve Torbeck of Dent; four sisters, Carol Yeazell of Finneytown, Sally Rechel of College Hill, Lynn Makia of Honolulu and Beth Schnell of Taylor Mill, Ky.; and a paternal grandmother, Mary Torbeck, Montgomery. Visitation will be at 9 a.m. today at All Saints Church, 46 Needmore St., Walton. Mass will be said at 11 a.m. today at the church. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery, Win-ton Place. Memorials can be made to the Sue Behler Memorial Fund, in care of St. Joseph Academy, 46 Need-more St., Walton, Ky. 41094. Death Notice ALDINGER Oh, eat 99, a former resident of Cjncmneh. OH died Septem ber l. IWO at St. Ebabeth Medical Center, Dayton, OH. Bom July 17, 1(91 in Cincinnati. me daughter of Edward Wyen-endt and Elizabeth Dryer Wyenandt, she was married to M. Edward Aktinger who ore- ceded her in death in 1955. She is survived by a son Lt. Col. Robert R. Aldmger. U.S. Army. Ret of Norton, VA, II grand children, 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. She was preceded in death by two sons Edward L. Akknger and Lt. Cot. Darnel T. Aktinger and a daughter Florence Aldin-ger Wright. The family w receive friends Sunday from 6-1 P.M. In the Betton Funeral Home, Farborn, OH. Graveside services will be conducted Monday at 10 A.M. at the Walnut Hies Cemetery, 3117 Victo- ry Pfcwy., Cincinnati, OH. ALLMTT Martha B. (nee Banes) of Syc amore, i formerly of Cincin nati, age 65. Thursday, Septem ber 70, 1990 in Dekalb. survived by her husband James, on son Richard (Pa mela), one daughter Suzanne (Derm) warber, two grand children, two brothers Fred (Hazel) Banes and Mount (Beutah) Banes. Memori service 1 P.M., Sunday, September 23 at the Butela-Ven- Natta Funeral Home. IIM95-2I33. Memorials to the American Cancer Society. BICKEL Elizabeth (nee Keeney), be loved wife of the late Harry W. Bickel, devoted mother of Mrs. Rheba Schoenebaum, Harry W. Jr. and Frank Bickel and th lat Charles W. Williams, grandmother ef 13, great grandmother of 21 and great-great-grandmother of eight, Friends may cat at the Crav- r-Hookom Funeral Home & Chapel, Monday, 10 A.M. until time ot service at 1 1 A.M. BROWN Frances. Services, Monday 11 A.M. Humphrey-Taylor-Det mar Funeral Home, Rising Sun, in. visitation. Sunday -9. BRUENEMAN Florence. (See McKane notice) Snowie Caldwell BY WILLIAM A. WEATHERS The Cincinnati Enquirer Snowie Caldwell, a longtime member and "Mother of the Church" at .New Prospect Baptist Church in Over-the-Rhine, died Sunday in the Hospice of Cincinnati. Mrs. Caldwell, of Evanston, was 91. Mrs. Caldwell's many church activities included the gospel chorus, Volunteer Club, Missionary Society, Pastor's Aid Society and Sunday school. Mrs. Caldwell's designation as Mother of the Church was an honor d -P7 Caldwell bestowed on her by the pastor because she was a woman who lived a Christian life during her 65-year membership with - the church, said Betty Watts, church secre tary. She was a member of Esther Chapter 3, Order of the Eastern Star; Evanston Community Council, Evanston Senior Community Center and Good Samaritan Day Care Senior Center. She is survived by two sons, Leon Harris and Ulysses Caldwell, both of Cincinnati; seven grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Services were Friday at New Prospect Baptist Church. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery, Fairfield. Memorials can be made to New Prospect Baptist Church, 1829 Elm St., Cincinnati 45210. CAMPBELL Dora J. (nee Kuntz), beloved wife of the late Roy Campbel, dear aunt of Robert E. Kuntz and L. William Kuntz both of Harrison, OH and Edgar Simon-son ot AR, loving great-aunt of Lmdy Rani, Robbn Stewart, Jody Sweeney and Greg Kuntz. Friday, September 21, 1990. Formerly of Harrison, OH. Age 91. Friends may cafl in the John C. Brater Funeral Home, Broadway at Vine St., Harrison, OH, Monday, September 24 from A.M. until time of Mass of Christian Burial in St. John the Baptist Church, Harri son, OH at 10 A.M. Interment Glen Haven Cemetery. CONNICK Robert E., beloved husband of Nan Connick (nee McCoy), dear father of Kathy and Judy Connick, brother of Virginia Van Ness, cousin of Edward Yeeger. September 20. 1990. Ag 73 yrs. Retired Army Offi cer. Member ot American Legion Post '311. Retired from the Commumcafion Division of the City of Cmti. Memorial service at Mt. Moriah Ceme tery, Me Mt Moriah Dr Mon day, September 24, at 10:30 A.M. Family prefer memorials to Hospice of Cmti. 2710 Read- mg Rd., Cintl. 45206. Earl W. Conner BY JAMES J. LIDINGTON The Cincinnati Enquirer Earl W. Conner of Waynesville had many interests, but, his son said, he mostly enjoyed his work at Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home. "He had his heart in the funeral business. His father had been in the funeral business, so I guess he had some roots there," said Steve Conner, owner and operator of Stubbs-Conner. Mr. Conner, 71, died Wednesday at Kettering Medical Center, after an apparent heart attack. After retiring in 1984 as president and chairman of the board of Waynesville National Bank, Mr. Conner worked with his son as a funeral director and embalmer. "He probably would have pursued the (mortuary) business, but a heart attack after his service in World War II made him give it up," his son said. Before joining the bank as a cashier in 1955, Mr. Conner had been postmaster of Waynesville. He Conner was a graduate of Waynesville High School, where he played basket-ball, and Springfield Business College. Mr. Conner was a former clerk with the Miami Ceme tery Association, a former member of the Warren County Mental Health Board, past president of the Wayne Local school board and a member of the Warren County Bankers Association. He was a member of the Waynesville United Methodist Church board and had served as past president of the Warren County Shrine Club and treasurer of the Waynesville Masonic Temple. He was a member of Scottish Rite and Antioch Shrine in Dayton. In 1975, Mr. Conner was honored by the Waynesville Chamber of Commerce. He was a member of the Waynesvile Rotary Club and a former member of the Wayne Township Rescue Squad. "He was a community-minded person. He was just one of those types of people who was all-out for the town," Steve Conner said. He also is survived by his wife, Doris; a daughter, Becky Hoak of New Vienna, Ohio; six grandchil dren; and two great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. todayat Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home, 185 N. Main St., Waynesville, with Masonic services at 7:30 p.m. The service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Waynesville United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville. Memorials can be made to Waynesville United Methodist Church, 275 North St., Waynesville 45068; Waynesville Masonic Temple, 1351 Lytle Road, Waynesville 45068, or the Shriners Burns Institute, 202 Goodman Ave., Cincinnati 45219. CUNDIFF Stephen F., devoted husband of Mary Cunditf, beloved brother of Gladys Marsh, Jean and Ruth Hornbeck, Dorothy and Walter Cunditf. Thursday, September 20, 1990. Age 65 years. Resident of villa Hills, KY. Services are 10 30 A.M. Monday m the Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Visi tation 4 1 P.M. Sunday Interment Forest Lawn Memo- rial Park, Erlanger, KY. ESPELAGE Richard W beloved husband of Margaret M. Espelage (nee Nostheide), dear father of Richard Espelage of Atlanta. GA, Kathleen Donohoue, Joan Hal and Janet McCoy, dear father-in-law of Steven Donohoue, Robert Hat and Daryl McCoy, dear grandfather of Nathan. Luke and Aaron, dear brother of Ray, Rosemary Sc neper, Ben, Wllbert, Gertrude Strict, Arthur and Tony Espelage. No visitation. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, September 22 at II A.M. at St. Dominic's Church, DeM. Memorial donations to Chiktrens Hospital Medical Center, c'o Developmental Office or Mother Theresa Missionaries of Charity, 33S East 145th St Bronx, NY 10451. Neidherd-Minges Funeral Home, West- wood handling arrangements. Death Notice FANMXG-SCIU'I.TF Esther, beloved sister of Flor ence I Springer September 14. 990. Residence Mt. Wasting. ion. merment was at Spring wove Cemetery, Monday aepremocr i, lyyp FRANKLIN Floyd. 13 Funeral Sunday. 3 30 PM., Dabney Baptist Church. Calling Saturday 5-1 P M Bov- ardv Hoiton. M GREENFINKEL Sylvia, beloved wife ot Ma Greenfinkel, devoted mother Herman Green of Staten Island, NY, dear sister of Charlott Friedlander of Sacramento, CA, Esther Tempctwi of San Diego, CA. Faye Gieette of Providence, Rl and Motive Schwartz, also survived by three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services Wen Funeral Home. 3901 Reading Rd.. Sunday. September 23 at I P.M Memorial contrOu-tkms to the Glen Manor or the Orthodox Jewish Home would be appreciated. HALL Hughes S- survived by his wife Margaret, sons Jack and Rob- art, daughters Margw Brash-ear, Kathy Walton. Mary Beth Auxier, four brothers and four sisters, eight grandchildren. Fu neral It A.M. Monday at the First Church of Christ, Green-dale. Visitation 4 9 P M, Sunday, Fitch-Denney Funeral Home. Donations to the Green- dale Rescue Unit. HAWLEY Albert T, beloved husband of Carol Stratton Hawley, loving father of Diane Dixon, April Stone, Beverley Hawley, Rob ert and Donald Springer, Ar thur, Charles, Dennis and Edward Hawley, grandfather of 19 grandchildren, friend ot Don Garvey. Friday, September 21 Age SI years. Friends may cat at the Vitt & Stermer Funeral Home. 4619 Delhi. Sunday 5-9 P.M. Funeral service Monday, September 24 at 10 A.M. Wesley Werner Post 565 Ameri can Legion Services Sunday P.M. IIFRINGTOM Frederick G, beloved husband of the late Lee Herington and Aline Herington, devoted father Of Fred Hermntm Miriai Riit. son and Richard Herington, mree granddaughters and one greai-granoson, brother ot William Herington and EllMe Nel son r-naay. Mptemoer zi, 1990. Residence Rliie Ath Friends may cat at th Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Sunday 2 5 P M. where funeral services wi be Monday at 10 A M. HORWITZ Israel J., 77, beloved husband of Eva Clay Horwitz. devoted fa ther of Elizabeth. Thomas James Horwitz, loving brother of Anna Franklin and Dorothy Plotnick, dear grandfather of josnua, Katie, and Brian hot witz, step-grandfather ot Kim, Eric and Kristen Seaver. Serv ices, Wen Funeral Home, 3901, Reading Rd., Sunday, September 21 at 11-00 A M. Memorial contributions to Hadassah. 15M Summit Rd. 4S237, would be appreciated. JANSZEN EssteHa, sister of Albert L. Jan-szen, aunt of Albert L. Janszen Jr., great-aunt of Michele, Ger ald and Scott Janszen. Friday, September 21, 1990. Age 71. Visitation at the Frederick Fu neral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin, Monday morning trom 9 a.m. until time ot funeral service at 10 A.M. Member of Feirmount Chapter Eastern star. JONES Roy, beloved husband of Vetma Jones, loving father of Larry Jones and Mrs. Ernest (Pat) Grote, also survived by brothers, Frank and Ule Burchfield and sisters. Imogen Styles and Vekna Burchfield, three grandchildren. Mr. Jones was a member of the UAW. Ag 69 September 21, Providence Hos pital. Funeral service at th convenience of th family. Hawthorn-Bowlas Funeral Horn In charge of Arrangements. MARTIN Frederick W , age 71, beloved husband of Lilian (nee Weber) Martin, devoted father of Joan Flamm and Janet Strube, dear grandfather ot Edwin Flamm, Ronald, Donald and John Strube, great-grandfather of Amanda Strube. brother of Geraktine Hoffmann and the lat LKkan Weber. Thursday, September 20, 1990. Residence Finneytown. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Monday, 10 A.M. Friends may cat Sunday from - P M. Remembrances may sent to St John-St Matthew United Church of Christ, 691 Fleming Rd. Death Notice KKOIiFI. Hazel V. (nee Hickman), be- iovea wne ot orvue E. Krodef. ot Mason, OK devoted mother of Gary Krodel, of Huber Heights, and Jay Krodet, of Hamilton. OH dear grandmother of Karen, Jeffrey, Bryan. wend, and Kara Krodel. dear sister ot Mary Emma Gibson. Daniel and Donald Mirfcman M ot Indiana, and the late Joseph and Men Hickman Visitation w be Sunday, 5-aom at the Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd.. Mason, OH. Funeral services wil be Monday 19 IMm .1 Hm TrhTivMhi A . sembly of God, 73SO Dixie MCDEVITT Atverta (nee Berger) (Bert), beloved wife of James J. McDevitt, devoted mother of Carole A. Kirby and Elizabeth J. Thomas and dear grandmother ot Dawn Part on. David J. and Matthew C. Kirby. Friday, September 21, 1990. Age in. Resident ot oakiey. visitation at the Witt, Good 1 Ketsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley So,, Monday morning from 1:30 A.M. to 9 45 A M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Cecilia Church at 10 A.M. Memorials may be made to Hospice, 2710 Reading Rd. 45204. Burial at Arkngton Me- moriai, Mt. Healthy. MCKANE Florence, beloved wife of Leonard H. McKane and the late Leonard H. Brueneman, devot ed mother of Leonard A. and Richard J. Brueneman, also survived by seven grand and six great-grandchildren. Thurs day, September 20, 1990. Friends may cat at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hid, Monday evening from 5 to 7 P.M., followed by the Mass of Christian Burial, St. James Church, White Oak at I P.M. Burial private, at the convenience ot the family, remembrances may be made to the Heart Assn. P LAI IS Sophie W., beloved wit of th lat John G. Plans, devoted mother of Hilda Cross, Venic, rL and Warner Plans, Toledo. OH, also survived by thre grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, dear sis ter of Minnie Michallj, Garden Grove, CA, Carotin Binoeder, Dayton, OH and Elizabeth Mueller, Los Angeles. Thurs day. September 20, 1990. Residence Venice, FL (formerly of Mt. Healthy). Age 93 years. Graveside services at Arlington Memorial Gardens (The Garden of Everlasting Life), Monday. September 24 at 11 A M. Neidhard Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy in charge of ar angements. RIIIM Katharine, formerly of Brook line Avenue, Cation and West Park Retirement Center, beloved aunt of Herman and Manfred Rlhm, also survived by several nieces and nephews in Germany. Wednesday, Sep tember 19, 1990. Age 91 years. Funeral service, Monday, P.M at Vine Street Hit Mausoleum Chapel. If so desired, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Datoert t Woodruff Funeral Home serving the family. RUSSELL Douglas G., loving husband of Theresa Russet (nee Carlo), devoted father ot Paula Baum- gartner, Mike, Rick and Joe Kussen, brother ot ahco Tee-van, Mary Hensley and William Russel, also survived by seven grandchildren. September 20, 1990. Age 61. Residence Blue Ash. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A M., Saturday at St. Mi. chael Catholic Church of She-ronvWe at Creek and Spinner Rds. Contributions may be made to St. Joseph Infant and Maternity Home, 10722 Wys- carver Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241. Friends may cat 130 A M. to 9 30 A M. Saturday at the Strawser Funeral Home, 9503 Kenwood Rd., Blue Ash, OH. SEGOE VNma, beloved wife of the late Ladislas Segoe. Thursday, September 20, 1990. Funeral Mass at St. Francis DeSales Church. Saturday at 10 A.M. No visitation- Giligan Funeral Home In charge. Memorials may be made to the University of Cincinnati, Segoe Fund of th College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. STECKER Sekna M.. devoted wife of th late Max W. Sleeker, dear sister of Rosalind Schotte, also survived by three nieces. Chi ton. Friday, September 21, 1990 her 100th year. Friends may cat at the Anderson, Baiter & Sahnd Funeral Home, 3412 01-ton Ave., Olton, Monday, 10 30 M. until time of funeral serv ice at II A M. If so desired, memorials may be mad to th Charity of one j choice LFuinietraDs For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME !DIMT.fS O 10 00 4 M W ?4 Bi IfoinSom Oil AUNUTI, Mortho 8. 2:00 P.M. Sept. 23 Butokj-VonNotto ISyco- more, HI BICKEL, ilizobeth 11:00AM Sept 24 Crovef-Hoosom B80WN, Frances 11:00 A.M. Sept.24 Humphrey-Toylof-Del- BRUrNtMAN. Florence 800PM. Sept 24 Hodopp CAMPBeU.OoroJ. 10:00A.M. Sept 24 JohnC. BfOter CONNICK Hobertt. IQ 30A M Sept 24 t. P. White I Sons CUNDIFF, Stephenf. 10:30A.M. Sept 24 Honold 8. Jones ESPELAGf, KichOfd W f ANNING-SCMUIf , Esther 1 1 00 A M. Sept.22 Neidhord-Minoes I P. White t Sons FRANKLIN, Floyd 3 30 P M Sept 23 Bovord s (Versoilles. IN) GREENFINKEL, Sytwo 1:00PM. Sept.23 Wei) HALL Hughe; S. 11-00 A M Sept 24 Fitch-Denney HAWLEY, Albert I. 10-00 A.M. Sept 24 Vittt Sterwef HERINGION, Fredenck G. 10 00 A M. Sept 24 Thomps Memorkzl HORWITZ. Isroel). 1 1 00 A.M. Sept.23 Wet JANSZEN, Eistello I0 00A M Sept.24 Frederick JONES. Roy rtowthome-Bowles KRODEL, HozelV. I2:00noon Sept 24 H.G. Shorten MARTIN, Frederick W. 10 00 A M Sept 24 PouH. Young MCDEVITT, Alverto 10:00A M. Sept 24 Witt, Good a Kelsch MCKANE, Florence 8:00P.M. Sept 24 Hodopp PLAHS, Sophie W. 1 1 :00 A.M. Sept.24 Neidhord RIHM. Kothorino 2:00 P.M. Sept 24 Dolbert & Woodruft RUSSELL, DouglosG. 10:00A M. Sept.22 Strowser SAMPLES, Wendell 1:30P.M. Sept 23 Bovords IVersoilles, IN) SEGOE, Vilmo 10:00AM Sept.22 Gilligon STECKER, SelmoM. 1 1:00 A.M. Sept.24 Anderson, Baiter I 5ohnd STEVENS, Agnes R. 10:00A.M. Sept24 Vorhis TRIVETT, Oarryl w. 10:30 A.M. Sept.24 Miller-Buss & Borg- monn WARE.VivionV. 11:00A.M. Sept.24 Stith Death Notice SAMPLES Wendet, II. Funeral Sunday, 1:30 P.M., Bovarcfs, Versaites. Calling Saturday 5-t P.M, Bov- arors. STEVENS Agnes R. (nee Price), beloved wife ot Frank Stevens, devoted wr of Beverly Wheeler, Ronald Stevens and Kay Rich ardson, grandmother of Trad Perry, Missy Richardson, Shawn Wheeler, Eddie and Nik- ki Richardson, Kristen and Ronald Stevens, dear sister of Low-en and Wayne Pric. Viola Hawcs. Helen Sherman, Ida Lee Farmer and Louise Pric of Crab Orchard. KY. Thursday, September 20, 1990. Resident of Norwood. Friends may cat the Vorhis Funeral Horn. 5501 Montgomery Rd., Norwood, Sunday 3-6 P.M. Serv ices Monday, September 24, 1990 at 10 A.M. TRIVETT Darryl W. (D.J.). darling son of Frances Birkofer and Darryl W. Tnvett, grandson of Alan and Norma Birkofer, James Trivett, Patricia WNttaker and Norbert Sunberg, great-grandson of Marjorie Walters, Cecilia Birkofer, Lilian Sunberg and vera Trivett, also survived by aunts and uncles. Wednesday, September 19, 1990. Age 19 months. Friends and relatives are Invited to attend Mass of the Angels, Sacred Heart Church, Monday, 10:30 A.M. Miter-Busse & Borgmann serving th family. HARE Vivian V. (nee Schwing), wid ow of the late H. Spanton Ware, dear sister of Eleanor Webb, Ethel V. Palmer and Vera E. Fisk and the lat Dr. Vernard Voss. aunt ot several nieces and nephews. Wednesday. September 19, 1990. Residence Fortsid Or, Ft. Mitchet, KY. Services Monday 1 1 A.M., Stith Funeral Home, 7500 Hwy. 42, Florence. Visitation Monday 10 M. until hrn ot service. Burt- Forest Lawn Cemetery, Er langer, KY. Family suggests memorials to Arthritis Founda tion, Cincinnati, OH or Ameri can Heart Association. Florence, KY. World War I Vet World War Vet 'Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Monument 10 HEUOLD FUNERAL HOMC O. Marker Monument Flower Visas 3700 QLENMOftE M14200, Announcement 20 BOLTON LUNSFORD A Golden Rule Funeral Horn 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-409 A.C. DOBBUNG t SON FT. THOMAS BELLE VUE 441-1730 491-4500 ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 67I-34J3 Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-IMI Jamison I Jamison Jr., Inc. west End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8(793 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton NURRE BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 241-6929 SCHMIDT-DHONALI READING SHARON VIL.LE 941-1113 941-1113 TUFTS SCHILDMEYEI Lovelind 683-2430 Blinchetler 783-251 Florittt 35 OOrWraiFil. TorA Smc IMS Funeral Flower of beauty 4 distinction 961-6622 City Wide. T Of fXImi, Miriam B. Roudebush BY FAITH PENNICK The Cincinnati Enquirer Miriam B. Roudebush of Harrison was active in the family business as well as the family itself. Mrs. Roudebush, 70, was president of Harrison Ready Mix Concrete and Supply Co. She died Wednesday at Hospice of Cincinnati. "She was a vibrant lady," said Peggy Roudebush, her daughter-in-law, of Harrison. Miriam Roudebush was a member of the Othinel Looker Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Marvin Chapter 376 of the Order of the Eastern Star and the Harrison Republican Club. She was a homemaker during her three children's younger years, but when the Harrison Ready Mix Concrete and Supply Co. was founded in 1954, she was named board secretary, her d a u g h -ter-in-law said. She became president of the company svriAn fir hue. Roudebush bandf then company president, died in 1983. Mrs. Roudebush also loved to play bridge and travel Peggy Roudebush said Mrs. Roudebush had visited six continents. "She was a true lady in every sense; she was gracious and kind," Peggy said. "She always strived to be the best she could be." Mrs. Roudebush is survived by a son, Clarence "Bud" Roudebush of Harrison; two daughters, Frances Allen of Covington and Betty Hays of Loveland; a sister, Virginia Roberts of Delaware, Ind., two brothers, John R. Benham of Osgood, Ind., and James Benham of Cross Plains, Ind.; and four grandchildren. Visitation will be today at 9 a.m. at Jackman-Kercheval Funeral Home in Harrison. The service will be at 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Harrison. "Burial will be in Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison. Memorials can be made to First Presbyterian Church, 115 S. Vine St., Harrison 45030, or Hospice of Cincinnati Inc., 619 Oak St., Cincinnati 45206-9935. ' State news Clues in 10 slayings sought THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GREENVILLE, Ohio FBI agents and law enforcement offi- cials from Ohio and Indiana met Friday to review the slayings of 10 males with links to the Indianapolis homosexual community. Detective Larry Dickey of the Darke County Sheriffs Department said 16 officials were in the closed-door meeting. "We're pooling information," Dickey said. "We're checking to see if we do have any similarities, how many people we may be dealing with, that kind of thing." The bodies of 10 Indianapolis-area males have been found in rural Ohio and Indiana in the past 10 years. At least nine had been seen in areas of Indianapolis frequented by homosexuals, and at least eight were homosexuals, said Larry Swihart, a Preble County sheriffs investigator. All of the victims were found nude or partially clothed; seven were strangled. The cause of death for three of the victims has not been determined, Swihart said. The deaths of four men found strangled in Preble County in the past five years are under investigation by the Preble County Sheriffs Department as are the deaths of five males whose bodies were discovered in rural Indiana between 1980 and 1987. The Defiance (Ohio) County Sheriffs Department is investigating whether the body of a nude, white male found May 31, 1989, in a creek near the Indiana state line might be connected to the other slayings. Darke County authorities are investigating the death of Thomas R. Clevenger Jr., 19. The nude '. body of the Indianapolis man was discovered Sept. 12. Swihart said it wasn't known whether Clevenger had any ties with the Indianapolis gay community. Preble County Prosecutor Wilfrid Dues said his investigation had turned up no evidence of a serial killer. Cult leader gets death for 5 killings THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PAINESVILLE. Ohio A reli gious cult leader who called himself a prophet was sentenced to death Friday for killing a family of five on a farm in 1989. Jeffrey Lunderen, 40. showed no emotion as Lake County Common Pleas Judge Martin O. Parks sentenced him to die on April 17, lyai, exactly two years after the slayings. State-mandated appeals likely will delay execution beyond that date. Parks said in his sentencing that Lundgren displayed a lack of re morse. The sentencing came a day af ter a jury recommended the death penalty for Lundgren, who formed a cult after he was defrocked in 1988 as a lay minister of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Lundgren was convicted Aug. 29 of five counts of aggravated murder and five counts of kidnapping in the deaths of Dennis and Cheryl Avery and their three children, ages 7, 13 and 15. They were killed on a northeast Ohio farm where the cult lived. The Averys were bound, gagged, shot and then buried in a pit dug inside a barn April 17, 1989. Police found the bodies Jan. 4 after receiving a tip from an informant On the same day Lundgren was convicted, his wife, Alice, was sentenced to life in prison for her role in the slayings. She was convicted of conspiracy, complicity and kidnapping. Their son, Damon, was convicted Tuesday on the same charges that Lundgren faced. Damon Lundgren's sentencing hearing will begin Monday. Parks also sentenced Lundgren to 10-25 years in prison on each count of kidnapping. When Parks asked Lundgren if he wished to comment, Lundgren quietly said "No."

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