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p i y ai s.: TC Tuesday, July 12, 1994 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroB3 OBITUARIES Bill Branhan 'loved to race9 speedboats Newtown man competed despite injuries BY TIM PENNINGTON Enquirer Contributor ' . Many thought Bill Branhan would never get behind the wheel of his power boat again after he crashed during a race two years ago, severely injuring his leg and breaking his jaw. But one month later, the Newtown man surprised everyone when he started racing again. - "He was still getting around with a cane, but yet he drove the boat," said Mr. Branhan's son, Jason, 20. "Dad just loved to race." Mr. Branhan, 48, was killed Sunday when the boat he was driving crashed while competing in the Steubenville Regatta on the Ohio River near the West Virginia border. .. Witnesses say Mr. Branhan appeared to lose control of his boat k f : J- in m liii.iii iiiiiiiiffiiia.-lli- I I. ill and bumped one of the nine other boats in the race. With Mr. Branhan slumped over the controls and the boat at full throttle, the craft hit the river bank and went airborne for about 20 yards before crashing into several trees, witnesses said. He was pronounced dead at St. John Medical Center in Steubenville. No one else was injured in the accident. His father started out racing cars at dirt tracks in Clermont County during the 1960s but switched to hydroplane boats in Branhan 1978, Jason Branhan said. "We raced about 12 times a year," Branhan said. "We won some regional championships in 1992 in the 2.5-litre division." The elder Branhan was the owner of a plumbing business in Newtown that bore his name and was the village's building inspector for several years. He was planning to open a restaurant in Newtown, the Main Street Cafe, at the site of a bar he recently purchased. Mr. Branhan told The Enquirer last month that he was having a hard time finding time to race while managing his plumbing and rental-property businesses. "I really love to race the boats," he said. "It's a great hobby for me. I race whenever I can." Other survivors include another son, Jeffrey of Mount Healthy; his parents, Thomas and Jane Branhan of Newtown; a sister, Laurie Young of Mount Washington; and a brother, Thomas Branhan of Los Angeles. Visitation will be 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Moore Funeral Home, 6708 Main St. in Newtown. The service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Mount Moriah Cemetery in Clermont County. James F. Doherty enjoyed singing Retired postmaster liked barbershop style BY YOLANDA JAMES The Cincinnati Enquirer Even though James F. Doherty was bitten by dogs three times during his career as a mail carrier, he still loved his job, said his wife of 36 years. ;Mr. Doherty, a former postmaster and part-time singer, died Friday at Mercy Hospital Anderson. The New Richmond resident was 62. Mr. Doherty became a letter carrier in 1957, serving the Western Hills area. In 1971, he was promoted to postmaster in Amelia. ' He retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 1988. For the next five years, he worked at the Cincinnati AAA Automobile Club downtown as a travel counselor. He retired earlier this year. His true love was singing, Mar- jorie Doherty said. In fact, on their first date, she recalled that Mr. Doherty, a tenor, invited her to a show in which he was singing. "He always sang to the kids at bedtime. . . . when we were in the car, he'd sing and he always took the whole family with him to barbershop conventions," where quartets would compete for national honors, she said. Mr. Doherty graduated from Elder High School in 1950 and enlisted in the Air Force in 1952. While stationed in Big Springs, Texas, he joined the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America. "We . . . were walking down the the street from a movie house one night and heard singing," said Mr. Doherty's friend and fellow singer, Jerry "Chick" Hale. The two men found the local chapter practicing in a home and joined. After returning home in 1954, Mr. Doherty became a charter member of the Western Hills Southern Gateway Chorus Chapter of the national group. The chapter often performed at area high schools to raise money for children's charities. He is also survived by three daughters, Deborah Gilpin of New Richmond, Jeanne Wyble of Long Beach, Calif., and Julie Doherty of Anderson Township; three sons, James of New Richmond, Robert of Bethel, and William of Newport; two brothers, Michael of White Oak and Terry of Delhi Township; and four grandchildren. Mass of Christian burial will be 10 a.m. today at St. Lawrence Church, 3680 Warsaw Ave. in Price Hill. Burial will be in (Old) St. Joseph Cemetery in Price Hill. Memorials can be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2805 W. McMicken Ave., Cincinnati 45225. Dead animals found at mall; man cited BY WILLIAM A. WEATHERS The Cincinnati Enquirer FOREST PARK A 25-year-old Springdale man was cited with three counts of animal cruelty Monday after 55 dead small animals, including spiders and lizards, were discovered in a , storage area at Forest Fair Mall. Chris Lutts, with whom mall officials had an agreement to ; store equipment but not animals in the mall space, was cited by the Hamilton County . Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), said Harold F. Dates, SPCA general manager. 1 : 1 . Dates said the charges are second-degree misdemeanors which carry a maximum penalty of 90 days in jail and a $750 fine. SPCA officials were called to the mall about 9:30 p.m. Sunday by mall security after a rat attracted attention to the storage area, Dates said. An SPCA worker responded, and the smell of apparent dead animals prompted the agency to obtain a search warrant for the storage area, he said. When the search warrant was issued about 2 a.m. Monday, 120 animals were found, 55 of which were dead, Dates said. The dead animals included spiders, snakes, hermit crabs, lizards, frogs and birds, and a scorpion. The dead animals and those which were alive including gerbils, mice, rats, and a boa appeared to be dehydrated, Dates said. It appeared the animals had been neglected for a week or more, he said. Jay Botsch, mall director of marketing, said Lutts was planning to take over the operation of a pet store that had been in the mall for some time. The mall had an agreement that Lutts could store equipment in the space until mall officials found him a different location for the store, Botsch said. Mall officials were "quite upset he (Lutts) breached the contract" and have terminated it, Botsch said. Lutts has agreed to leave the space by the end of the week, he said. Abuse: Daughter says she lived in fear CONTINUED FROM PAGE Bl She did not go to police earlier because her father told her not to tell anyone, and that if she did, she would get into trouble, she said. "I didn't think anybody would believe me," the woman said. "He told me nobody would believe me. i He had a high reputation. He was considered (by) everyone as a friend. He did odd jobs for them. He was really polite." She said she decided to tell police what happened to her when the mother of the other children told her what happened to them. The mother of the 10-year-old boy and his sister said she was shocked when her child told her what happened. "I thought they were my friends. They were friendly neighbors, willing to do anything for you. Not people you would think would do something like that. . . . They seemed to be friendly, good-hearted people. They seemed to really get along with kids," the woman said. "I'm angry at myself for not knowing that this took place." The neighbor watched the woman's three children in the neighbor's three-bedroom mobile home in Harrison for more than two years, starting in 1991. The couples spent time together, going out to eat and grocery shopping. She said she suspected something was wrong with her son because the once-outgoing child withdrew and his high grades fell. She questioned him about what was wrong, but he wouldn't tell. She thought his behavior was caused by other family problems. She is hopeful her son and daughter will recover. She does not like to talk about what happened. "It's kind of hard for me to talk about it. I still think I'm in a nightmare." Lawyers: Defense wants more money CONTINUED FROM PAGE Bl on that," said Boss. "We shouldn't make money, but we shouldn't lose in excess of $20,000 worth of time," said Ker-ger. The lawyers said more money, perhaps more than $10,000, is needed to hire expert witnesses in areas such as forensics and to examine the credibility of eyewitnesses. "Look at the O.J. Simpson case," Boss said. "They have the proper resources to do research and determine if the state is playing fair. We're being denied the opportunity to do that." , But Cox maintains the law "does not require that Ohio taxpayers write the defendant's counsel a blank check." ; It will be easier to convince the court to provide money for their expenses than their time, said Christo Lassiter, an assistant criminal law professor at the University of Cincinnati. . "Supreme Court decisions say that both sides are supposed to have equal access to evidence and resources," Lassiter said. "The state has unlimited resources, but public defense counsel has limits on that." If the defense does not receive enough money to hire necessary expense witnesses, Sanders would have legitimate grounds for appeal if he is convicted, Lassiter said. Boss and Kerger will have a more difficult time convincing a judge to pay them more for the hours spent on the case, he said. "That will be met with a good deal more resistance," he said. "They usually make the defense counsel eat it as part of doing the case." Special Prosecutor Mark Piep-meier, and his assistants Thomas Longano and William Breyer, are paid $100 an hour for their work on Lucasville cases. Prosecutors handling riot-related trials are paid $60 an hour. Since taking over in May, 1993, prosecutors have spent $322,240.85, said Trish Colby, chief of legislation and community affairs for the office of criminal justice services. The prosecutors and defense lawyers are paid through Scioto County, which is reimbursed by the state through the office of criminal justice services. Cox, who likely will be named along with the state of Ohio and Scioto County in the lawsuit, said he authorized payment according to the indigent fee schedule in Scioto County. The county specifies that appointed defense lawyers be paid $30 an hour for out-of-court time and $40 an hour for in-court time. The schedule also sets fee caps depending on the charge. The cap for Sanders' three kidnapping and one assault charge is $2,250. "They contracted to represent the guy under the Scioto County fee schedule," Cox said. "I thought I was generous I gave them more than what Scioto County would have.' Death Notice Death Notices TT Death Notices ADRIEN Virginia G. of Loveland, wife of the tote Evan J. Adrien, mother of Frank Adrien of Madeira and Evan Adrien of Loveland , grandmother of Lorl Schuh, Todd and Brandon Adrien, great-grandmother of Justin, Adrien and Ashley Schuh. Sunday July 10, 1994. Age 87. Member OES Sycamore Chapter 314. Friends received at the Tufts Schlldmeyer Funeral Home, Park and Riverside, Loveland, Tuesday 6-9 P.M. where services win be held Wednesday, July 13 at 10 A.M. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. ALLEN Fred, husband of the late Violet Lenharr Allen, father of the late Katherine Hill, grandfather of Michael David Hill and Donna Kay Barron, great-grandfather of Tyler Allen Hill. Sunday July 10, 1994. Residence Milford, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Thursday July 14 at 10 A.M. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 8 P.M., with Laurel Lodge 191 IOOF Services at 7 P.M. BARROWS Francis R. Graveside service at Greendale Cemetery, Wednesday 1:00 P.M. Burial Greendale Cemetery, Law-renceburg, IN. Memorial donations to Greendale Life Squad of Diabetes Foundation. BARTELS Mildred E. (nee Alchholz), devoted mother of Lois von Prels-slg, Mildred L. Bartels, Gloria Davis, Earl F., Gene A., James and the late Richard Bartels, loving grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of 16, dear mother-in-law of Eileen C, Mary C, Eileen S., Brenda Bartels and Douglas Davis and Warren von Pressig. Saturday July 9, 1994. Resident of Madeira. Friends may call at the Vor-hls Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Rd Norwood, 6 to 8 P.M. Tuesday. Funeral Service 10 A.M. Wednesday July 13. If desired, sympathy may be expressed by a memorial contribution to The American Diabetes Association or Madiera Presbyterian Church. BORTZ Germaine, on July 9, 1994. Beloved wife of the late Albert Bortz, devoted mother of the late Ell Herschel and Walter Bortz, loving sister of Ann Gra-ber of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, dear grandmother of Ron, Rochelle and Lisa Flshkind, Keith and Jordan Bortz and Michelle Allen, great-grandmother of Sunshine and Elisha Allen and Alexander Joseph Bortz. Services Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd., Wednesday July 13 at 1 1 A.M. In lieu of other remembrances, memorial contributions to National Multiple Sclerosis Society or Jewish Community Center would be appreciated. BOYD Stanley L., survived by his sister Dorothy Brutsche, nieces, Georglanna, Nancy and Linda, nephew, Louis and a host of other nieces and nephews, preceded In death by his parents, Louis and Bessie Boyd. July 9, 1994. Age 74 years. Visitation will begin at 10:00 A.M. Wednesday at the Radel Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Ave., Price Hill. Funeral Services will follow at 11:00 A.M. BRANHAN William F. (48 yrs.), devoted father of Jeffrey and Jason A. Branhan, dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Branhan, beloved friend of Bonnie Bell, dear brother of Laurie Young and Thomas Branhan. Suddenly July 10, 1994 In Steubenville, Ohio. Residence Newtown. Services will be held Thursday at 10 A.M. from the Moore Funeral Home, 6708 Main St. Newtown where the family win receive friends from 6-9 P.M. Wednesday. BROXTERMAN Frank A., belced husband of Dorothy Broxterman (nee Lar-rlck), devoted lather of Mary Lynn Westervelt (of Sartell, Minn), Diane Chilton (of Cen-terville, OH), Kathy Barron, and David and Gregory Broxterman. Dear grandfather of 12 grandchildren. Devoted brother of Hilda Jahn and Aloysius and John Broxterman. Monday July 11, 1994. Age 79, Residence Montgomery. Friends may call from 10 - 10:45 A.M. Thursday at All Saints Church, 8939 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood. Mass of Christian Burial 10:45 Thursday. For those who choose, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association. BURK Mary Alice (nee Foley), beloved wife of the late Carl L. Burk, dear mother of Patty O'Donnell, mother-in-law of Philip O'Donnell, grandmother of Peggy Torbeck and her husband Ted Torbeck, great-grandmother of Geoffry and Natalie Torbeck, sister of the late William, Clarence, Jerry and Edward Foley. Sunday July 10, 1994. Age 90. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Wednesday from 8:30 A.M. until 9:30 A.M., followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10 A.M. St. Saviour Church, Ross-moyne. Memorials may be directed to St. Saviour Church Renovation Fund, 4188 Myrtle Ave. 45236, or the charity of donor's choice. CAMPANELLO Anthony (Tony) Edward, beloved husband of Patricia A. Campanello (nee Clemons), dear father of Audrey M. Bu-falinl and Joseph A. Campanel lo, dear step-father of Kathy A. Kendall and Roger A. Marks-berry, loving grandfather of three. July 9, 1994. Residence Ft. Wright, KY. Age 75 years. Mass of Christian Burial 2 P.M. Wednesday at St. Agnes Church, Ft. Wright, with Prayers at 1:25 P.M. at ConrHey Bros. Funeral Home, Latonia. Visitation Tuesday from 5 to 8 P.M. at the funeral home. Interment St. Joseph (New) Cemetery, Cincinnati. Memorials In the form of Masses. CLARK Bernard Gary, dear son of Ruth E. Clark (nee Steigerwald) and the late H.F. (Steve) Clark, brother of Bruce, Bradley, Bryon and Bernlce Clark and the late Barbara Sykes, neph ew of Marie Gould, uncle of Steven Sykes and 4 other neph ews, July 11, 1994, residence Anderson Township. Mass of Christian Burial at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Thursday July 14 at 10 A.M. Friends may call at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington on Wednesday 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. Memorials to American Heart Assoc. CURRY Carl Glen, beloved husband of Joyce (nee Moore) Curry, dear father of Glenda Ferguson, Sheila McPeek, Denise Curry and Daryl Curry, dear brother of Clyde Curry and Edward Curry, dear grandfather of five grandchildren. Sunday July 10, 1994. Age 60. Residence Cincinnati, OH. Services Wednesday 11 A.M. July 13, 1994, at the St. Lawrence Ave. Church of God, 3770 St. Lawrence Ave., Cincinnati, OH. Visitation Tuesday 4 P.M. until time of service at the church. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH. Cooper Funeral Home, Grants Lick, KY In charge of arrangements. DISTEL Sara F. Beloved wife of Brad L. Distel. Devoted mother of Cor-le, Regan, Jason and Zchry Distel. Beloved daughter of Ralph W. and Frances Davis. Devoted sister of Dr. Jerry Davis (of Carey, NO. Sunday July 10, 1994. Residence Dallas, TX. Friends may call from 11 A.M. to Noon Friday at the Strawser Funeral Home 9503 Kenwood Rd, Blue Ash. Services at Noon Friday. For those who choose, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. DOLL Charles Raymond, beloved husband of Jean M. Doll, loving father of Connie, Blaine, Judy, Cathy, Doug, Jim, Chuck and Greg also survived by 15 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He died Saturday, July 9, 1994 in his Hyde Park home of congestive heart failure. Friends may call at the Elden A. Good Funeral Home, 2620 Erie Avenue, west of Hyde Park Sq., Wednesday from 7 to 9 PM. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary Church, Hyde Park, Thursday at 10:30 AM. Interment at Spring Grove Cemetery directly following service. Memorials may be directed to Mercy Hospice or the Hyde Park Center for Older Adults. EISEN Helen (nee Repasy), beloved wife of the late Joseph J. Eisen, loving mother of Cecilia Neumann, Mary Alexander, and Joseph J. Eisen, grandmother of Mark, George, Tim, Jay, Glnny, Glenn, Linda, Chrissy, Joe, Doug, Ann, Dennis, Matt, Mary, and the late Juliane, and 16 great-grandchildren, sister of Lena Lanzarotta, Wilma Grundei, John Repasy and the late Kay Miller and Paul Repasy. Friday July 8, 1994. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Tuesday July 12, from 4 to 6:30 P.M. Funeral Mass Holy Family Church at 7 P.M. ELLISON Bessie Lee (nee Coleman), beloved wife of the late Sam Ellison, devoted mother of Helen Young, Alma Hosmer, Patty Hamblin, John and Richard Ellison. Dear sister of Ruth Pike, also survived by ten grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Monday July 11, 1994 age 87 years. A long time resident of Elmwood Place. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Wednesday 6 - 9 P.M., funeral services Thursday at the funeral home 10 A.M. FARMER Mary Elizabeth (nee Howard), wife of the late Alvin Farmer, devoted mother of Ruby Baker, Sylvia Sparks and Edward Farmer, grandmother of seven, great-grandmother of seven, great-great-grandmother of two, sister of Lucy Brewer. Monday July 11, 1994. Residence Camp Dennison, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Thursday July 14 at 1 P.M. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 8 P.M. Memorials to charity of choice. GRAHAM Blanche H. (nee Bourgeois), widow of Joseph A. Graham, mother of Gene J. Graham, also survived by three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. July 10, 1994. Residence near Fayetteville, Ohio. Age 89 years. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 A.M. Wednesday St. Patrick Church Fayetteville. Visitation 6-8 P.M. Tuesday Thompson-Stevens Funeral Home Mt. Qrab, Ohio. GULICK Frances "Kitty" (nee Sipple), beloved wife of the late Fred C. Gulick, devoted mother of Brenda Searcy, Linda Welch, Cathy Wagner, Fred R. and David Gulick, dear sister of "Pete" Sipple and Mary Rae McCord, dear friend of Robert Earls, grandmother of eight and great-grandmother of seven. Saturday July 9, 1994, at age 71. Resident of Covington, KY. Services 11 A.M. Thursday at Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home, Willlamstown, KY. Friends may call 4 to 9 P.M. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials to St. Eliza-beth Hospice. HARDYMAN Charles "Chuck", devoted father of Randy Hardyman, formerly of Mason, OH., father-in-law of Tamela (Thompson) Hardyman, beloved grandfather of Darci, Danielle and Del Hardyman, dear brother of Jenny and Wendell Cowdery. July 10, 1994. Resident of Hillsboro, Ohio, formerly of Mason, Ohio. Memorial service will be Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. at the H.G. Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, OH. Family will receive friends from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. Mr. Hardyman was a member of the American Le-gion and the V.F.W. HOLLAND Marcella Wallick, 78, of Wana-tah, IN, survived by sister, Sylvia White, brothers, Earl, Estal and Gerald Liggett. Graveside services Thursday, 10 A.M., Rising Sun New Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 5-8 P.M., Markland-Denney Funeral Home, Rising Sun, IN. "JONES Evan M beloved husband of Barbara (Sailers) Jones, devoted father of Jennifer A. (David) Key, Tamml A. Rafferty, Cindy L., Evan M. Jr. (Amy), Christopher A., and Jon P. Jones. Step-father of Gary, Mi chael and Steven Bailey. Dear grandfather of Melissa, Jillian, Michael, Katie, and Nikki, Brother of JiH (Steve) Boger. Sunday July 10, 1994 residence Mt. Healthy. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home 7345 Hamilton Ave, Mt. Healthy. Wednesday 12 Noon. Friends may caU Wednesday 10 A.M to time of service. JOOS Hildreth K. (nee GeHenbeck), beloved wile of the late Orvllle A. Joos, dear sister of Cecelia M. Engel and the late Esther Gellenbeck, Ruth Rinthen, Clara Emig, and Agnes Waldren, sister-in-law of Peter Rinthen, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Monday July 11, 1994, age 91 years. Friends may call at the Miller-Slmminger Funeral Home, 3330 Parkcrest Lane, Western Hills, (between Glenway and Schwartze Aves.) Tuesday 5 8 P.M. Funeral services Wednesday at 10 A.M. Westwood Chapter 290 O.E.S. will hold services Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. If desired memorials may be directed to The St. Luke's United Church of Christ memorial fund. 3313 Glenmore Ave, 45211. KOPPENHOE FER Thomas A., beloved husband of Ruth Ahlrichs Koppenhoefer, loving lather of Ted, Richard and Keith Koppenhoefer, Beth Zwergel and Karen Walsh, father-in-law ol Ryland, Car a, and Lisa Koppenhoeler, Ken Zwergel and Jim Walsh, grandfather oi Lara, Melissa, Sat a and Ava Koppenhoeler, Joseph, Michael and Kevin Walsh, Kristopher and Kelsey Zwergel, brother of Frank Koppenhoefer and the late Edward Koppenhoeler. Saturday July 9, 1994. Age 66. Visitation Tuesday from 5 to 8 P.M. the Harry Meyer & Geis-er Funeral Home, 4989 Glenway Ave. (opposite the Cove-dale Cinema). Mass of Christian Burial Our Lady of Lourdes, Wednesday at 10 A.M. Remembrances may be made to the Hamilton County Workshop for Special Citizens or Elder High School or Our Lady of Lourdes Athletic Club. NAGEL George C. Jr. beloved husband of Martina Nagel and the late Ruth Feller Nagel, father of Kenneth R., Terrence M Joseph A. Nagel, Kathleen Min-ton, Karen Smith and Darlene Mann. Step-father of John, Michael and Paul Steinbrunner, Diana Qualters, Rhonda Scheve, Ramona Marsh, Mar-cia Kucla and Lisa Beatty, also survived by eight grandchildren and 15 step-grandchildren. Brother of Marie Connolly and the late Elizabeth Jones. Friends and relatives may call Nurre Bros. Funeral Home 6050 Montgomery Rd., Pleasant Ridge. Tuesday 6-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Wednesday at Church of the Nativity. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Member of V.F.W. Post 6979. Memorials may be made to The American Lung Association. PARENTY Helen C. (nee Curda), beloved wife of the late Alford T. Par-enty, dear mother ol Ann Crot-ty, mother-in-law of Michael Crotty, grandmother of Mi-chaela, Kyle Ann, and Thomas Crotty. Sister of Ruth Flanagan. Thursday July 7, 1994 age 67 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the memorial Mass of Christian Burial at St. James Church, Wyoming Thursday 10 A.M. Remember-ances may be made In the form of spiritual bouquets or charity of donors choice. REEVES Wilbur Jr., beloved husband of June Faye Reeves (nee Mink), dear lather of Gerald Thompson, Boyd Thompson, Theresa Thompson, Paskel Thompson and James Thompson, dear brother of Sandra Gillen, Wilda Pyles, Donald and Glen Reeves, also survived by 18 grandchildren. Saturday July 9, 1994. Friends may call at the Gilligan-Barrere Funeral Home, 3734 Eastern Ave. Wednesday from 5 to 9 P.M. Funeral Sevices Thursday at 11 A.M. RISHOR Gladyce (nee Brodock) of Cincinnati, loving mother of Donald Paul Rishor (Tucson, Arizona) and Virginia Rishor Tuke (Loveland, Ohio), dear sister of Cora Smith (Rochester, New York), devoted grandmother of six Grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Saturday July 9, 1994 age 94. Graveside service Evergreen Cemetery Miamiville, Ohio Thursday July 14th at 1:30 P.M. Tufts Schild-meyer Funeral Home Serving the Family. SHEPPARD Robert S. beloved husband of Jo Anne E. Sheppard (nee Thompson), devoted father of Robbin K. and Robert P. Sheppard, step-father of Cynthia J. Pasteur, Susan M. and James C. King, grandfather of Robert Trent Sheppard, step-grandfather of Jennifer, Jacqueline and Janelle Pasteur and Marcella Dawn King, dear son ol Robbin L. and the late Samuel E. Sheppard, brother of Virginia I. Ester, Jerry L. and the late Eugene Sheppard, July 11,1994, residence Anderson Township. Services at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington on Thursday July 14 at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call Wednesday 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. Memorials to Mercy Hospice, 7010 Rowan Hill Drive, Cincinnati, OH. 45227. SMITH Gertrude (nee Montgomery), beloved wife of Paul Smith, devoted mother of David, Ronald, and Paul Eddie Smith, mother-in-law of Sue, Brenda and Pam Smith, also survived by 12 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, six step-great-grandchildren, three sisters and one brother. Sunday July 10, 1994. Age 75 years. Residence Norwood. Friends may call at the Church ol God, 1 125 Towne St., Bond Hid Tuesday 6 to 8 P.M. Services Wednesday July 13 at 1 P M at the church. Vorhis Funeral Home Norwood serving the family. STALLINGS Janet J. beloved wife of James S. Staliings, loving mother of Jeflrey H. and James D. Staliings, the late John J. Staliings, and Anne Staliings Mclntyre, dear sister ol Linda J. Reindel. Sunday, July 10, 1994. Residence Mt. Lookout. Memorial service at Knox Presbyterian Church, Wednesday at 11 AM. Memorials may be directed to Knox Presbyterian Church or United Parkinson Foundation, 360 W. Superior St., Chicago, IL 60610. Elden A. Good Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. STOCKDALE Rev. Larry K., beloved husband ol Bobbie Stockdale, devoted lather of five children and lour step-children, loving son of Lour! Stockdale, brother ol James and Otis Stockdale, and a host ol other relatives and friends. July 7, 1994. Friends may call the Bethlehem Baptist Churh, 760 North Crescent, We-desday July 13 from 6 to 7 P.M. Masonic services 7:00 P.M. and funeral service at 8:00 P.M. Rev. Norman Blankenship officiating. Renfro Funeral Service Inc. in charge of arrangements. TAULBEE Rosalyn (nee Ellers), beloved wile ol the late Asa Taulbee, dear mother of Marlene (Tom) Averbeck, Suzann (Mike) Tra-gesser, William (Margo) Taulbee and Rosie Taulbee. Grandmother of filteen, and great-grandmother of ten. Sister of Anna Mae Robinson and the late Edward Eilers. Sunday, July 10, 1994 age 81 years. Friends may call at the Rebold Funeral Home 3700 Glenmore Avenue Wednesday 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Bonaventure Church Thursday 10 A.M. Burial St. Mary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Bonaventure Church, 1798 Queen City Ave (45214). Funerals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME ADRIEN, VirginioG. 10:00A.M. July 13 Tufts Schitdmeyer ALIEN, Fred 10:00A.M. July 14 Evans BARROWS, Francis R. 1:00 P.M. July 13 fitch-Denney BARTELS, Mildred E. 10:00A.M. July 13 Vorhis (Norwood) BORTZ, Germaine 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 3 Weil BOYD, Stanley t. 1 1:00 A.M. July 1 3 Radel BRANDT, Ruth I. 10:30 A.M. July 18 Thomas Memorial BRANHAN, William F. )0:00A.M. July 14 Moore BPOXTERMAN, Frank A. 10:45 A.M. July 14 Strawser Funeral Home BURK, Mary Alice 1 0:00 A.M. July 1 3 Hodapp (Carthage) CAMPANELLO, Anthony E. 2:00 P.M. July 13 ConnleyBros. CLARK, Bernard Gory 10:00A.M. July 14 T.P. White & Sons CURRY, Carl Glen 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 3 Cooper F.H. DISTEL, Sara F. 1 2:00 P.M. July 1 5 Strawser Funeral Home DOLL, Charles Raymond 10:30A.M. July 14 Elden A. Good EISEN, Helen 7:00 P.M. July 12 Vitt, Stermer & Ander- son ELLISON, Bessie Lee 10:00A.M. July 14 Hodapp Funeral Home FARMER, Mary Elizabeth 1:00 P.M. July 14 Evans GRAHAM, Blanche H. 10:30A.M. July 13 Thompson-Stevens GULICK, Frances 1 1:00A.M. July 14 Elliston & Stanley HARDYMAN, Charles 8:00 P.M. July 13 H.G. Shorten HOLLAND, Marcella Wallick 10:00 A.M. July 14 Markland-Denney JONES, Evan M. 12:00 P.M. July 13 Paul R. Young Funeral Home JOOS, Hildreth K. 10:00A.M. July 13 MIUER-SIMMINGER KOPPENHOEFER, Thomas A. 10:00A.M. July 13 Horry Meyer & Geiser NAGEL, George C.Jr 10:00 A.M. July 13 Nurre Bros. Funeral Home PARENTY, Helen C. 10:00A.M. July 14 Hodapp Funeral Home REEVES, Wilbur Jr. 1 1 :00 A.M. July 1 4 Gilligan-Barrere RISHOR, Gladyce 1 :30P P.M. July 1 4 Tufts Schildmeyer SHEPPARD, Robert S. 1:30 P.M. July 14 T.P. White & Sons SMITH, Gertrude 1:00 P.M. July 13 Church of God (Bond Hill STALLINGS, Janet J. 11:00A.M. July 13 Elden A. Good Funeral Home STOCKDALE, Rev. Larry K. 8:00 P.M. July 13 Renfro Funeral Service TAULBEE, Rosalyn 10:00A.M. July 14 Rebold Funeral Home TELEK, Jo 12:00 P.M. July 14 White-E.C. Nurre UPCHURCH.Bertt.Sr. 12:00 P.M. July 14 Geo. H, Rohde & Son VENNARD, E. Thomas 1 1:00 A.M. July 16 Brown-Dawson (Hamil- ton, OH) VINCENT, William H. 10:00A.M. July 14 Avonce-Wenning WALKER, Roberta Bromwell 10:30A.M. July 14 Rullmon (Aurora) WESLEY, Hottie 10:00 A.M. July 13 The Imwolle Memorial WILNER, Benjamin 10:00 A.M. July 12 Weil ZEIS, Alice IVicki) 1 0:00 A.M. July 1 3 Tredway-Pollitt Funeral Home TV, Death Notices fj Death Notices TELEK Jo "Nee Busse", beloved wife of the late John S. Telek Jr., dear mother of Beth Schonert, Meg Maria Telek Flynn, Amy Jeanne Telek and John Stephen Telek III, sister of Alvin Busse, Robert Busse, Norma Parmen-ter & the late Harry Busse, dear grandmother of Stephen Leslie Jr., Jake & Camery Jo Schonert. Sunday July 10, 1994. Age 70. Residence Covington, Ky. Formerly of New Richmond, Ohio. Friends may call at the White-E.C. Nurre Funeral Home 200 Western Ave. New Richmond, Ohio Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Mass ol Christian Burial Mother of God Church Sixth & Russell Sts. Covington. Thursday July 14 at 12 Noon. Interment Greenmound Cemetery New Richmond. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 300 Memphis, TN 38148. UPCHURCH Bert L. Sr., beloved husband of Delores Upchurch (nee Crank), dear father of Deborah De-Bruer, Donna Kyle, Sheila Stump, Bert L. Upchurch Jr., Lydia Upchurch and Dorothy Rawlins, brother of Cora Mae Metz and Doris Waldroup, grandfather of Bobble Lynn, Jason, Brandl, Shannon, Michael, Mathew and Rebecca, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Monday July 11, 1994. Age 62. Residence East End. Services will be held at Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home, Linwood & Delta Aves., Mt. Lookout Thursday July 14 at 12 noon. Visitation will be Wednesday from 6 to 9 P.M. VENNARD E. Thomas Jr., age 66, of Springfield Twp., passed away in Mercy Hospital Fairfield, Thursday July 7, 1994. Employed as a chemical engineer for the Formica Corp. for 18 years, retiring in 1986. Survived by his wife Jean (nee Mac-Pherson) Vennard of Springfield Twp., one son Steven Vennard ol Saginaw, Ml, one daughter Susan Leonard ol Cincinnati, four grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday July 16, 1994, at 11 A.M. at the Forest Chapel United Methodist Church, 680 W. Sharon Rd Cincinnati. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Miami Valley, 200 N.'F St., Hamilton, 45013 or the American Lung Association of Southwestern Ohio, 11135 Kenwood Rd., Cincinnati 45242. Brown-Dawson Funeral Home, Hamilton, In charge of arrangements. VINCENT William H age 61, beloved husband of Barbara J. Vincent, dear father ol Debra Lynn Mathis, Memphis, Mona Mid-kill and Bonnie Meiners ol Cincinnati, brother ol Freddie and Austin Vincent, also survived by seven grandchildren. Resident ol Sharonvllle. Employed 33 years at General Motors. Services 10 A.M. Thursday at Pisgah Heights Baptist Church, 9160 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. Visitation 7-9 P.M. Wednesday at Avance-Wenning Funeral Home, 4976 Old Winton Road, Fairiield. WALKER Roberta Bromwell, 61, of Aurora, Sunday at home. Services Thursday 10:30 A.M. Rullman Funeral Home. Visitation Wednesday 5 to 8 P.M. Survived by a sister Charlotte Be-vis of Lawrenceburg and Roy E. Bromwell of Bennington, IN. Memorials to the Phi Beta Psi Cancer Program. WESLEY Hattie (nee Jones), beloved wife of the late Ottis D. Wesley, devoted mother of Dorothy, Orval, Robert and Rick Wesley, loving grandmother of six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Longtime resiuent of St. Bernard. Saturday July 9, 1994. Age 80. Friends may call at the Imwalle Memorial, 4811 Vine St., St. Bernard, Tuesday from 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Service at Im-manuel United Church of Christ, Tower and Jefferson Aves., St. Bernard Wednesday 10 A.M. WILNER Beniamin on July 10, 1994, age 79, beloved husband of the late Dorothy Wilner, devoted father of Mrs. Lois Wilner & Mrs. Phyllis Levy, loving brother of Bryl Wilner, the late Ida Stern, Victor Wilner 8, Ethel Brown, dear grandfather of Trad Os-tand, Audra & Lori Levy. Services Weil Funeral Home 3901 Reading Rd., Tuesday, July 12 at 10:00 AM. Masonic & Scottish Rite Ring Service to begin 30 minutes before the funeral. In lieu of other remembrances, memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated. ZEIS Alice (Vickl) beloved wile of Frederick Zeis, sister of Allen Kestle, and Lois Kelly, aunt of Lucy Fellows, and sister-in-law of Robert Kendall. Memorial services Wednesday 10 A.M. at the Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church. If desired, memorials may be made to the Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church or the American Heart Association. Tredway-Pollitt Funeral Home Norwood In charge of arrangements. 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