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"' "r"P r r i 9 t CIO THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2000 METRO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Obituaries F T. Hotchkiss was ad man, entrepreneur Ran college's branch department By Rebecca Billman The Cincinnati Enquirer MIDDLETOWN - Frederick T. Hotchkiss, entrepreneur and retired advertisingmarketing executive, died June 7 after a brief illness at Middletown Regional Hospital. He was two days shy of his 70th birthday. Mr. Hotchkiss was born in Detroit and attended the Harvard School, a military boys school in Los Angeles, before graduating in 1948 from the Hotchkiss School, a prep school founded by an aunt in Lakeville, Conn. He entered Hobart College, then transferred to Claremont (Calif.) Men's College, a music conservatory. His education was interrupted by the Korean War. Mr. Hotchkiss was drafted and didn't return to school. A talented pianist, Mr. Hotchkiss composed quite a bit of unpublished work for his own satisfaction, according to his son, Rick of Baltimore. In 1952, he took his first job with the Mead Corp. in ..Chillicothe. He moved to the Carpenter Paper Co. in Los ;Angeles in 1953. He took a position with the Sorg Paper Co. in Dallas before he was transferred to Middletown in .1964. He later worked for Miami Register cars online in Ohio : Taft signs three : bills into law The Associated Press COLUMBUS - Ohioans ! will be able to register their ! cars and file workers' com-; pensation claims over the In-; ternet under legislation that i Gov. Bob Taft signed on ! Wednesday. ; Gov. Taft signed a bill ; sponsored by Sen. Scott Oels- lager, a Canton Republican, that allows Ohioans to regis-' ter vehicles by phone or on the Internet. Registration fees can be paid by using a credit or debit card. Currently, motorists must register by mail or in person ' with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. - Under a bill sponsored by Rep. Gary Cates, a Republican from West Chester, in jured workers will be able to file claims and complete oth er transactions with the Bu reau of Workers' Compensa tion over the Internet. Business owners couldpay premiums electronically. The bureau runs Ohio's insurance program to process on-the-job injuries. Gov. Taft also signed a bill sponsored by Rep. George Terwilleger, a Maineville Re publican, that gives electron ic contracts, signatures and records the same legal stand ing as paper documents. "Making state govern ment more accessible and more user friendly is a goal of my administration, Gov. Taft said in a news release. "Ohio needs to do all it can to stay on the leading edge of this technology. All three bills become law in 90 days. No health threat in suspicious mail Z EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio - Anthrax has been '"ruled out as, the source of green, moldy material found ;in letters mailed to two pot-; tery companies, the FBI said ' Wednesday. Van Harp, head of the FBI " office in Cleveland, said Ohio 'Department of Health tests -have determined there was " no health threat posed by the "material found in the letters. "There was no threat to ; public health, nor danger of exposure to anyone. We'd "just like to reassure the public there's no concern of a 'I toxic substance or contamina-- tion, but any time we run into Z instances such as this we Z place a very high priority on it and we work it aggressive-"ly," Agent Harp said. " The worry that the sub- stance was dangerous "came ;up in the initial concern and "confusion when it was first reported," Agent Harp said. The FBI has identified a possible suspect, according to Agent Harp. He declined to identify the person or comment on a possible motive. No one was harmed in the mailings. East Liverpool is about 30 miles south Youngstown, on the Ohio River near Pennsyl vania and West Virginia. The letters were received over the past week by Pioneer Pottery, which makes mugs and other pottery ware, and the W.C. Bunting Co., which decorates Pioneer's products. Anthrax spores produce bacteria that, if inhaled, can cause flu-like symptoms and can be fatal without quick treatment. Symptoms can de velop up to 24 hours after exposure. gDeatft notices Funerals rjHDesth notices QDeath lotfces -gDeath Notices ? QDeat- Notices NAME University, heading up the advertising and marketing department for the Middle-town campus. He retired in the mid-1970s. A gourmet cook by hobby, Mr. Hotchkiss created a mail-order business he called The Little Kitchen in 1969, his son said. The first product was a Bloody Mary mix that featured a customized label and was marketed nation wide. In 197J, he started a sec ond business, assembling short-run production items for manufacturers as Procter & Gamble After he retired, he stayed busy '''iiie custom wood- w . ing. In addition to his son, sur vivors include: Suzanne Growdon Hotchkiss, his wife of 47 years; two daughters, M. Courtney Rowe of Ander son Township and Sarah "Sally" Karafa of Nashville, Tenn.: a brother, Andrew of Los Angeles; and two grand daughters. Services have been held. Mr. Hotchkiss' remains have been cremated and will be buried in Chillicothe. Memorials: Mid-Miami Healthcare Foundation, 105 McKnight Drive, Middle- town, Ohio 45044-4898. APPLETON Francis J., beloved husband of Edna Schwlng Applelon. Dear father of Sandra (E.J.) Bouffard. Loving Hfath nntirfl hp nw grandfather of Tara (Bar. ryl Pash, Christina (Mi chael) Hackman, Chance Bouffard and the late Tom my Grooms and great grandfather of Danielle, Justice, Casey and Emma. Devoted brother of RuthE. Appieton. Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at his residence, Harrison, OH, age 84. Friends may call In the John C Brater Funeral Home, Harrison Ohio Friday, June 16 from 9 A.M. till time of the service at 11 A.M. Memorials may be made to the Harrison Life Squad through the funeral home. Burial in the New Haven Cemetery. For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual GORDON Pat. m loving memory of Pat Gordon who passed LAWHON Pastor E. Steve. Beloved husband of Betty McLean RIESTENBERG Dorothea C. (nee Heyob), beloved wife of the late Eu- SWEET Harold W., age 90 of Kettering, OH passed away Tues- away on June 13, 2000. She Lawhon; devoted father of gene H. Riestenberg. Dear day in Kettering. He was TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME 12 Waynesville women killed as car hits pickup The Cincinnati Enquirer TURTLECREEK TWP. - Two Waynesville women were killed Wednesday afternoon when the station wagon they were traveling in failed to yield at a stop sign and was "struck broadside by a pickup ; truck at the intersection of -Wilmington and Waynesville "roads in Warren County. " The Ohio State Highway "Patrol identified the victims as driver Phyllis D. Arnold, 65, and Dolores A. Marriott, 67. The 1988 Chevrolet station wagon was traveling north on Waynesville about 2:20 p.m. when it was struck by a pickup truck traveling west on Wilmington, the highway patrol said. The driver of the pickup, Steven W. Bauman, 35, of Oregonia, and passenger Matthew Justice, 15, of Mason, werenot injured. BECIITOL Michael B., beloved son of William B. and Alberta (nee Geis) Bechtol. Twin brother of Mary Helen Bechtol, brother of Terry (Jerry) Huth and the late John Bechtol. Father of Andy Bechtol and Laura Jones. Also survived by two nieces and two nephews. Suddenly, Tuesday, June 13, 2000, age 43. Michael donated his APPIETON, Francis J. 1 1:00 A.M. June 16 John C.Braler Funeral Home BECHTCH, Michael B. 6EUMAN, Celeste C. MO A.M. June 1 7 Hodopp (Corthoge) HOMt, Margaret A. 10:30A.M. June 16 B.J. Meyer Sons Funeral Home CRAWFORD, Cynthia 1 1:00 A.M. June 17 Jamison i Jamison f unefol Home DICK, Mf. 1:00P.M. June 17 JohnC. Brater DICKERSON, Theodore W. 6:00P.M. June IS Jon Deirioff Funeral Centre DUERMIT, Robert E. 10 00 A M June 16 Gillignn Funeral Home FISCHER, Virgie 1 1 :00 A.M. June 1 7 Muehlenkomp-Erschell fii leaves her two daughters Vickie CaudlN and Maggie Becklord. Her grandson Gary and Kris Coudill, their daughter Taylor; Her grandchildren Jason and Daniel Beckjord. She also leaves behind her sister, Lorraine Mahaney and brother, Mike Fox. Pat loved to dance and was an active memeber of the Apple Annie Dance Club. She also loved to make things like hooked rugs, crocheted afghans and ceramics. She wi be missed by many and especially those Steven Michael, Stanley Ray, and Cary David Lawhon; grandfather of nine; brother of Geneva Adkins, May Patton, Daisy Thompson, Kenny, Delbert, and Charles Lawhon. Wednesday, June 14, 2000, residence Batavia, OH. Services Mt. Carmel Church of Christ, Saturday, June 17, 10 A.M. Visitation at the church, Friday 5-8 P.M. Family requests memorials to Mt. Carmel Church of Christ, 4183 Mt. Carmel-To-basco Road, Cincinnati, OH 45255. Evans Funeral Home who knew her as Grandma Darling. We love you Grand- serving the family. rj.""9."; MARTIN blue. Oh grandma WE Mildred, devoted wife of LOVE YOU. Visitation will "on Martin, Sr.; beloved ROHNER sister of Margery Erhart. Also survived by many dear nieces and nephews. On Monday, June 12, 2000, at 88 years of age. NO VISITATION. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Mass on Tuesday, June 20, 2000, at 10:45 AM at Mercy Franciscan at West Park, Second Floor Large Chapel, 2950 West Park Drive. Memorials may be made to West Park Retirement Life Care Fund, co Joyce Murray, 2950 West Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45238. B.J. Meyer Sons Funeral Home serving the family. HOWE RS, Jones J. 10:00 A.M. June 16 Paul R Young IMI. Heglmyl be Friday, June 16 at Stith Funeral Home, 7500 Highway 42, Florence, KY from 5-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial June 17, 10 A.M. at St. Paul Church, 7301 Dixie Highway, Florence, KY. GROVE mother of Homer, Jr. Wayne and Vincent Martin; dear sister of Oziie and Jackson Davis, Priscllla Maxey, Lela Kinsey and Virginia Burnett. Also survived by grandchildren, great grandchildren, other born in Akron, OH residing many years in Cincinnati, OH and Indianapolis, IN. He was a graduate of Mt. Union College and a member of the Lawrence United Methodist Church In Indianapolis, IN, Clifton Lodge 664 F. & A.M. In Lake-wood, OH, and the Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis, IN. He was preceded in death by a son Robert B. Sweet In 1966 and his wife of 58 years, Julia (Howller) Sweet m 1987. He Is survived by one daughter and son-in-law; Nancy and Thomas Bachmarm of Dayton, OH, one son and daugh-' ter-ln-law; J. Harold and Lois Sweet of Cincinnati, OH; five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Private funeral services were held at the convenience of the family. Interment was m Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH. If desired, memorial contributions in his memory may be made FUERS1, Sandra J. 9:30 A.M. June 1 7 Schmidl-Dhonau Funeral Home FURBAr, Martha 1:00 P.M. June 17 Jackman-Kercheval-Meyers F.H. GA5KINS, body to the U.C. Medical Margaret Brown School. Private services wW be held at the conveinence of mr family. Memorials GISIASON, John R. rTuy be made to the charity of ones choice. GORDON, Pot 11:00 A.M. June 1 6 Vitt, Sterner & Anderson FH 1 1 :00 A.M. June 17 Crover-Riggs Funeral Home 10:00A.M. June 17 Stith Funeral Home Barbara 'Bobbe'. beloved mother of Mark Robert Grove of Has- tings-on-Hudson, NY and Daniel Brooks Grove; dear sister of Esther Griffin; mother-in-law of Isabella and Jan Grove. Wednesday, June 14. TflOO. Rpclrtprta-P Hyde Park. Services will be Dodson). Loving father of held In her home town of Richard and Kenneth Mey-Dnanuiiar. Ml Memorials er. Dear grandfather of may be directed to Vitas Amy, Ched and Karl Meyer. Donna (nee Schweitzer) beloved wife of Alan C. Rohner, loving mother of Roger L. Wilcox, Jr. and Misty E. (Randy) Schnel- relatives and friends. June der, loving grandmother of jo Hospice of Dayton or u, zuuu, age it. menus Asniey whcox, jortn rown, your favorite church. TOBI- uiay ion rr may 1 1 r.m. wr jr. ana mdme ocrweiuer, til hour of service 12 Noon daughter of Francis Behne at Thompson, Hall 8. Jordan and the late Ruth Behne, Funeral Home, 2625 Gilbert sister of Ronald Schweitzer. Died Tuesday, June 13, 2000, age 51. Visitation at AS FUNERAL HOME In care of arrangements. Ave. Rev. Richard Waldrop Officiating. Interment Wal-nut Hills Cemetery. MEYER CriHiu UnB DkA Mace if Oscar M. beloved husband christian Burial, St. Aloyslus of the late Charlotte (nee r-., rhiirrh 5atrriAU 10 am. The Rohner family VINSON Reverend Paul W.. beloved Rebokf Funeral Home, 3700 husband of Marie Dean Vln-Glenmore Avenue, Cheviot, son: devoted father of Linda GROVE, Barbara Elden A. Good funeral Home 1 1 00 A M, June 16 Chas. A. Miller Funeral Home 11:00A.M. June 17 Thompson, Holland Jordan HUNTER, Mory I. 10:00A.M. June 1 7 Thompson, Hall-Jordan F.H. BELLMAN Celeste C. 'Les' (nee Hel- GUNDRUM, Dons R. mert). Beloved wife of the late William J. Bellman. - - Dear mother of Joan BeH- HAlE.Moryl. man, Donald (Carolyn), Thomas (Janet), and the late William C. (Ceal) Bell man. Grandmother of Jeffrey, Timothy, Christopher, Paul, Jason, Eric, Bill, Steve, Mike, Greg and Danny Bell man, Susan Schreiber and Laura Lorbach. Also sur- KAEGI, louise Kolhryn vived by 18 great grandchil dren. Sister of Connie Huen- Ing and the late Margaret KEEIING, Thelmo Young 7:0OP.M June 16 Thompson, Hall SJordon Schriever and Albert Hei- LMrrnun, Hospice. Elden A. Good Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Great-Grandfather of Laura, Tommy, Sarah and Mike. Brother to the late Walter Meyer. June 11, 2000. Age 97. Friends may call at the Thomas-Justin GUNDRUM Doris R., 46to year employee of Cincinnati Bell. Daughter rtf tha lata Inhn f anri Alma C. Jahnke Gund'rum. ""V ,,rom , p M- Funeral Beloved sister of Elmer J. Pate at the con- Smith and Patricia Denney; grandfather of Jack and Jonathan Smith, Michael and Marcie Denney; areat suggest memorials may be grandfather of three. Tues day, June 13, 2uuu, residence Stonelick Township. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Friday, June 16, 10 A.M. Visitation Thursday, 6-8 P.M. Memorials to First Baptist Church of Glen made to the American Can cer Society, 11117 Kenwood Road (45242). JENKINS, Bertha 1:00 P.M. June 16 Joseph R.Garr JONES. Elmer 11:00 A.M. June 16 Caholl Funeral Home 1 1:00 A.M. June 16 A.C.Dobbling Funeral Home Poslor E. Sieve MEYER, OscorM. mert. Sister-in-law of Betty Heimert. Wednesday, June 14, 2000. Age 91. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Friday from 5 until 8 P.M. Mass of MYERS, Betty Jone vwisiiaii dui lai aaiuruay, 9:30 A.M. at Our Mother of Sorrows Church Roselawn. Memorials may be directed to the Church, Hospice of Cincinnati or to charity of donor's choice. 10:00A.M. June 17 JohnH.Evons MARTIN, Mildred 1 100 Noon June 1 6 Thompson, Holl & Jordan ROYER Frank G. Dearest husband Memorial, 7500 Montgom- Dry 'Dottle' (Ane- Este 1034 Ojd State Route ery Rd., Kenwood, Thurs- snansew Koyer. Lovrngra- oaiavia, unio iuo. ' thai- rtl 5i ican nafirviM rVm. . aid (Jeannie) Royer, and the late James Royer. Like a son James DeGroot. Dear grandfather of Missy DeGroot, Chris, Debbie, Mark and Kevin Royer, and the late Brian Royer. Great grandfather of seven great grandchildren. Beloved brother-in-law of Betty (Gus 'Joe') Aneshansel. Sunday, June 1 1, 2000. Residence North College Hill. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamil- venience of the family. If desired memorials may be made to Shriners Burn Institute. Thomas-Justin 1 2:00 Noon June 17 T.P. White Sons NUSBAUM, Donold Joseph 9:00 A.M. June 17 SHth ONDERDONK, Jayne Curl 2:00P.M. June 16 Anderson, Batter & Sohndf.H. PALMER, Mocoyia, DeAnn MYERS Betty Jane (nee Davis), beloved wife of Dean Myers; loving mother of Susan (Donald) Kissler, Gary (Colette) Myers, and Sally fAAikpl r;phlprt: Hpvntpri nrnnrimnthpr of Anrlrpw ton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Frf- and Sarah Kissler, Matthieu day 2 P.M. Friends may call dence Mt. Washington. Me morial services at Mt. Washington Presbyterian Chapel on Saturday June 17 at 10 A.M. Memorials to Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church or Vista Care Hospice. T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home serving the family. WALKER 0. Markland, beloved husband of Eleanor Walker (nee Kouschuetzky) for 64 years; devoted father of Donald (Judy) Walker and Jonl (Richard) Fussner; grandfather of David (Lori), Sharon and Brian Walker; great-grandfather of Bill; brother of Dorothy Scott and the late Robert Walker. June 14, 2000, resi- 12:00 Noon June 16 JonDemoff and Nathaniel Myers, and Ryan and Evan Gehlert; daughter of the late James M. and Carrie Davis of Mount Holly; dear sister of Leah Bornhoffer, Margaret Davis, and the late Patricia Griffith, Mildred Barr, James and Robert Davis; also survived by many nieces and nephews. June Friday from 12 noon until time of service. If so desired, rembrances may be sent to St. Jude Chlldrens Research, Beechacres, or the North College Hill United Methodist Church. BLOME POYNTER, Mabel 1:30P M. June 16 Vorhis funeral Home Margaret A. (nee Voss), be loved wile of the late Walter Stothfang and Raymond Bkxne. Dear step mother of Margie Weil. Devoted sister of Charles Voss and the late Bernard and Elmer F. Voss and Florence Poppe. Dear sister in law of Madelyn and Helen Voss. Dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Life long member of St. Lawrence Rosary Alter Society. On Tuesday, June 13, 2000, at 92 years of age. Visitation wiH be held at St. Lawrence Church, Friday, from 9:45 AM until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 AM. Memorials maybe made to St. Lawrence Education Fund, 3680 Warsaw Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205. RIESTENBERG. DortheoC. 10:45AM. June 20 B.J. Meyer Sons Funeral Home SCHAFER Viola F. (nee Dearwester), 14, 2000. Age 76 years. Resl- beloved wile of the late dence Anderson Twp. Serv- Louis Schafer; dear mother Ice at the Bantam Presby- of Louis Schafer and Patsy terian Church, Bantam, OH (James) Morgan; grand- ROHNER, Donno 10:00 A.M. June 1 7 Rebold Funeral Home ROYER, Frank G. 2:00P.M. June 16 Paul R. Young (Ml. Heollhy) SCHAFER, Viola F. 2:00 P.M. June 15 Hodopp Funeral Home SIMPSON, Cheryl t. DolbertSWoodrullF.H. SMITH. James T. Sr. 2:00P.M. June 16 Moore Fomily Funeral Home SMITH, MellordG. 11:00AM. June 16 Vielhouer-ClepperF.H. STIENS. Willioml. I0 30A M. June 17 St Joseph SWEET, Harold W. Tobias Funeral Home Sr. VincenlioReltigS.C. 3:00PM. June 1 6 Gilligan Funeral Home VINSON, Reverend Paul W. 10:00A.M. June 16 Evans Funeral Home WALKER, 0 Morklond 10:00A.M. June 17 T.P, White & Sons WI1ES, Virginia 1. 7:30 P.M. June 15 Thompson, Hall & Jordan FH. WIISON, Lowell James CRAWFORD Cynthia., dear wife of Edward 'Sweet Ed1 Crawford; mother of Baruti Kamau, Donald, Priest (Carla), and Mister Love, and Hassan Crawford; grandmother of seven; daughter of Marlene Smith (Willie Frank) and Joe L. Jones (Evelyn); sister of Phillip Myron Jones (Renee). Also survived by several aunts, uncles, cous ins, other 10:00A.M. June 16 Thomas -Jushn Funeral Home WOIFE, Carol Ann 1 1 :00 A.M. June 17 Stine&Kilburn Funeral Home Gundrum of Cincinnati. Dear friend of Joyce Owens. Also survived by many relatives and friends. Tuesday, June 13, 2000, age 72 years. Resident of West-wood. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave at Knowlton St. Northside, Friday from 9:30 A.M. until time for Dorcas Chapter 277 O.E.S. Services at 10:45 A.M. Funeral services to immediately follow. Memo rials, if so desired, may be directed to Philippus United . Church of Christ. HALE Mary L. Beloved mother of Melvin (Phyllis) Culbreth; devoted sister of James G. Hale, Milan, TN and Andrew Hale, Los Angeles, CA; dear grandmother of Mychal and Rykiel Culbreth; also survived by a host of other relatives and friends June 11, 2000 age 75. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 11 A.M., Thompson, ' Hall and Jordan Funeral , -Home, 11400 Winton Rd. Friends may call from 10 A.M. until time of service. , Entombment Spring Grove Mausoleum. HUNTER Mary L., (nee Coates), June 12, 2000, age 69. Survived by her loving children, Harriet, Harold, David Hunt er, Carolyn, Ethel, Dale E. Castleberry and Vicki Robinson. One devoted sister, Beverly J. Herd of Coshocton, Ohio, dear brother, John H. Coates of California. Also survived by grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other friends and family. She was preceded In death by a brother Marvin Coates. Friends may call Saturday, June 17 from 9 A.M. until time of service 10 A.M. EEMSSE? ZllfXZli: ""r ' ds7cair.T t wenue, Keverena rcicnara L. Smith Officiating. Interment Vine Street. WILES Virginia L., beloved mother of David E. Wiles. Also survived bv nieces, nenhews. Saturday, June 17, at 12:00 mother of Nancy Lynn Mor- other relatives and friends.' Noon. Friends may call at gam sister of Ethel Coval- Sunday, June 11, age 90. i.k. White s, sons Funeral cine ana me rare oman Emery, Hilda Vaughn, Hazel Hegner, Esther Suedhof and Howard Dearwester. Monday, June 12, 2000, age 87. hnenas may call at the Ho dapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Thursday from I P.M. until time of service at 2 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease Assoc. or charity of donor's choice. Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington Friday from 6-8 P.M. Interment Tate Twp. Cemetery, Bethel, OH. Memorials to American Diabetes Assoc. NUSBAUM Donald Joseph, 76, died peacefully with his loving wife of 56 years, Marilyn, and his family by his side Tuesday, June 13, 2000 at the St. Luke Hospital West in Florence, KY. Don was born in Fort Wayne, IN and moved to his gentleman's farm in Union, KY in 1965. Outside of his faith and his family, his one passion he shared with his wife was auto racing. He was one of the pioneer drivers for NASCAR in 1951 and set dozens of track records In the Midwest in the 1940's Friends may call at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 3025 Walters Ave., Thursday (TONIGHT),' June 15 from 6:30 P.M. until the hour of service at 7:30 P.M. Rev. Jeanette Shegog Pastor. Interment 12 Noon Friday at the Spring Grove Cemtery. Thompson, Hall & Jordan Funeral Home (Walnut Hills) hi charge of arrangements. SIMPSON Cheryl L. (nee Hoffman), devoted mother of Anthony Lee, Cody Jacob Simpson and Caleb Alan Carnes; loving daughter of Willard and Ruby Hoffman; dear sister of Charlene May Hoffman; granddaughter of Mabel M. Hoffman. Wednesday, June 14, 2000. Age 40 years. Fu neral to be held at the con- WILSON Lowell James, loving father of Sharon Ernstes (Ernie), Karon Cox (Glen). Dear, grandfather of Denny, Mike, Chris and Michelle Cox and Jeremy, Chrlssy,. Jason and Dawn Ernstes. Great-grandfather to Tinv my. Brother of Dorothy, Wagner and Jason Wilson. June 13, 2000. Age 63. J Death Notices Beatb Notices FISCHER FUR BAY Virgie (nee Kottman) be- Martha, wife of the late loved wife of the late Thorn- Clyde L. Furbay. Dear as A. Fischer; devoted mother of John (Sheri) Fur-mother of Mary Jeanne bay, Jerry (Mary) Furbay, relatives and Clark, Thomas J., Joseph Calvin (Susie) Collins, Ever friends. June 12, 2000. Friends may call Saturday, June 17, 10 A.M. until service time of 11 A.M. at New Life Baptist Church, Rev. Billups, pastor, 6434 Simpson Avenue-Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Jamison 8, Jamison in charge of arrangements. M John C, Patrick F., and ett 'Jim' (Elizabeth) Collins Timothy J. Fischer; dear and Betty Wilkerson. Sister Grandmother Grandchildren of seven and five of Geo Clark and the late John and Conley Burns. Great Grandchildren. Tues- Grandmother of 19, Great day, June 13, 2000. Resident of Fort Thomas, Ky, age 76 years. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial Saturday 11 AM at St. Catherine of Si- JENKINS Bertha. Visitation Friday, 12:00 P.M. at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 10180 Woodlawn Blvd., where the service wiH be conducted at 1:00 P.M. Interment: Oak HHIs Cemetery JONES Elmer, beloved husband of Pamela Jones (nee Eibeck); devoted father ol Raymond T. (Randy) Jones and wife, Crystal, Christopher A. Jones and wife, Sheila, and Thomas P. Jones; devoted son of Richard and Gloria (nee Jones) Dyer. Loving Grandmother of 23 and Great Great Grandmother of six. One grandson preceded. June 14, 2000; age 83 vears of Harrison. OH. Visi- ena Church, Fort Thomas, tation Friday. June 16. 2000 grandfather of Nicholas A, Ky. No Visitation. The Fi- 6-8 P.M. at Jackman-Ker- Jones and Hayley C. Spen-scher family will areet rela- cheval-Mevers Funeral cer. Loving grandson of fives & friends in the Church Home, Harrison, OH. Serv- Mattie Jones (nee Cox) and James, Kenneth and Steven inriurrrnll immaliatalu InL Irac CaturHau at 1 D U at thp latP TanHv JnnPft ftpar Mnchann aH ftf lt UUauna JaCk E. BelOVed hUSband Of Inuuinn thp Mac, Uanwialt thp fimpral hnnu unmnrL Uln-in-law flf RlltlV Fihprk Ihi: cictar. Marv PILan Ciallnn Esther Adams Dick. Dear reniiptpri tn thp ninrptan ale mm hp niupn tn Tnimrll Crawford and the late Al- and hpr husband Mprrlp of Catholic Children's Home, 75 on Aging of Southwestern bert Eibeck. Dear stepson- CA. He is preceded in death 'powder puff derby' wins, much to his delight and amusement. Don lived life the way he drove - fearless and determined. He was much admired and respected by all who knew him. Don retired from the former Bennett Ford Auto Sales in Cincinnati in 1992 and spent his nights watching what he called 'the most beautiful sunset in the world" from his backyard gazebo. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn and their five children, Cynthia Anderson of Cincinnati, David Nusbaum of Independence, KY, Jeff Nusbaun and John Nusbaum both of Daytona Beach, FL, Mltzl Warren also o' Daytona Beach, FL; 17 g andchildren and 13 great grandchildren; brotner-ln-law, Robert Mar-shall; brothers, Robert, desired, memorials may be made to Westwood First Presbyterian Church, Music Fund, 3011 Harrison Avenue, 45211. Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home serving trie family. Thomas-Justin Funeral Home, 4418 Whetsel Ave, Thursday 5-8 P.M. where the funeral service will be Friday at 10 A.M. SMITH James T. Sr., 74, resident of Owensville Batavia area. Father of Patricia Ann (Se-cor) Smith, Linda May Haines, Joe W., James T. Smith, Jr. and Stanley Rose. Brother of May, Ann, Arnold. BiH. Charlie. Jess. Bon nie and Bob. Also survived Lebanon. DICK by 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. June 10, 2000. Family will receive friends Friday 12 noon to time of service 2 P.M. at the Moore Family Funeral Home, 225 Spring Street, Batavia. Interment Laurel Cemetery. Memorials to help pay funeral bill. WOLFE Carol Ann (Harvey) 32, of Lebanon died Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at the Kettering Memorial Hospital. Visitation Friday from 6-9 P.M. with Eastern Star service beginning at 8 P.M. Funeral service Saturday, June 17, 2000 at II A.M. aH at the Stine & Kilburn F.H. Memorials re quested to the Christian School. Ridgevllle father of Melody (Bill) Beckner, Jeff (Missy) Dick, Brenda (Jeff) Dailey, Jerry (Sheila) Dick and Doug Dick. Loving grandfather of Mike and Mark Beckner, Alex, Ben and Chad Dick and T.J. Dailey. Devoted brother of WiHiam (Martha) Dick. Dear son-in-law of Anna Adams. Tuesday, June 13, 2000, residence Bright In., age 65. Friends may call In the Bright Chris tian Church, 24457 stateline Rd., Saturday, June 17, from 1 1 A.M. tin time of the funeral service at 1 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Deaf Institute or the Bright Christian Church through the John C. Brater funeral home, 201 South Vine St., Harrison, Ohio 45030. Orphanage Road, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017. The Muehlenkamp-Erschell Fort Thomas Funeral Home Is serving the Family. FLOWERS James J., beloved husband of Betty J. (Alder) Flowers; devoted father of Sheryl (Charles) Gamble of Nassau, Bahamas, Maria (Fiance-Jason Dickerson) Flowers, Denise Flowers and the late James J. Flowers, Jr.; dear grandfather of Jacob Flowers and Abigail Flowers; brother of BiH, Gene and Pete Flowers. Wednesday, June 14, 2000. Mr. Ohio. GASKINS In-law of the late Dale Craw- by a brother, Richard Nus- ford. Brother-in-law ot Gin- baum. Mass of Christian ger Vollett and husband Burial will be 9 A.M. Satur- Richard, and Terry Eibeck. day at St. Henry Catholic Uncle of Amanda Vollett Church, Elsmere. Visitation and Matthew Vollett. June will be from 5-8 P.M. Friday 13. 2000. Aae 51. Residence at Stith Funprai Mnmp. Plnr- Russellville, Ohio. Friends ence. Burial wil be in High- and Kimberly Sorrell. Resl-may call from 5-8 P.M. land Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell. en(x Oakley. June 13, 2000. to the Alzhel- the Cahall Funeral Home, mer's Association. World War I Vet . World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran . 'Armed Forces Persian Gulf NOTE: Other symbols that appear are provided by ' individuals or by the funeral homes. Margaret Brown, wife of the late Everett Gaskins, Jr., behoved mother of Dnh C I a.urana C larr.. L. and'Eddle J. Gaskins, M Ihurd!y' J"ne ,5', "f0 " Memorials Patricia Gibson, Judith A. ' : "; "."' 4UI II, JIQIC sJTt, ucuiy- town, Ohio 45121. Funeral services will be held at 11 A.M. Friday, June 16, 2000 at the funeral home. Interment in the Linwood Cemetery, RussellviHe, Ohio. If desired, memorials may be made to the George Miller American Legion Post, Rus-sellvllle, Ohio 45168. SMITH Melford G. 'Buddy', beloved husband of the late Mildred A. Smith; devoted father of Paula Kay Sproles and Carol Parker; loving grandfather of Brian Mullaney, Kevin WAI.KtTR El funeral Unms IIVMIIHI :: Corbin and Kay F. Finn; dear sister of Helen Kreyl-Ing, also 16 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, Monday, June 12, 2000. Retired employee of St. Charles Nursing Home tor 22 years. Friends may call Friday 9:30 A.M. until time of Funeral Service at 11 A.M. at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, Funeral service 1 1 A.M. Friday at the Vielhauer-Clep-per Funeral Home, 2961 Madison Rd. at Oakley Sq., where friends may call from 6-8 P.M. Thursday. Contributions may be directed lo Hospice of Dayton. DICKERSON Theodore W., age 65, died Tuesday, June 13, 2000. Mr. Dickerson is survived bv his loving wife Grace (nee Yee); daughters Nicole Sex ton and Susan (Francois) Dalphond; and two grandsons, Taylor and Ryan Sexton. Graveside services wil be held TODAY at 6 P.M. at Spring Grove Cemetery. Jon Deitloft Funeral Centre serving the family. DUERMIT Robert E., beloved husband of Marian Greiwe Duermlt. Devoted father of Cecilia (Ira) Crouch, Robert F. (Mary Ellen) Duermlt, Je rome E. Duermlt, and Ei leen (Thomas) Lakin. Dear Flowers was retired from wt uarrknn ... rhpit' CftrH Unlnr r uuac In tha 1 Invasion of Sicily and a Purple Heart Recipient. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Friday 10 A.M. Friends may call Thursday from 6 to 8 P.M. If desired, remembrances may be sent to Hospice of Cincinnati, 4310 Cooper Rd., Clnti 45242. GISLASON John R., son of Arlon Gislason and Madelyn Steger Mitchell; devoted husband of Jan (nee Cooke) Gislason; loving father of David, Robert and William Gislason, Amy Timmers KAEGI Louise Kathryn, beloved wife of the late John Fredrick Kaegi; loving mother of the late John Kaegi; loving sister of Donald Conrad Kaf tenbach, Virginia Johnson and JoAnn Schneider. Also survived by nephews Dr. Donald (Jean Ann) Rolfes, Timothy, Kurt and Kenneth Kaltenbach, neices Kathy ONDERDONK Jayne Curl, wife of the late Dudley Onderdonk, Jr., beloved mother of Rebecca A. and Dudley Onderdonk, III, Sunday, June 11, 2000. A memorial service wiH be Friday, June 16, at 2 P.M. at the Calvary Episcopal Sr. Vincentia uiurcn, joo uirton Ave., Retfia S C uiiu. mt iw, taia may ue made to the Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements by the Anderson, Baiter & Sahnd Funeral Home, Clifton. PALMER Macayla DeAnn, age 1 month 29 days, passed Monday, June 12, 2000. Macayla Is survived by her parents, Robert and Tracy Palmer; paternal grandpar- beloved member of the Sisters of Charity; also survived by two brothers Vincent, George and the late Richard and Robert Rettig and one sister Genevieve Boehm and Nieces and Nephews. Wednesday, June 14, 2000. Visitation will be Friday, June 16, In the Heritage Room from 2 P.M. untH the Mass of Christian Burial at 3 P.M. In the Auditorium Gerald (Wilson), beloved wife of Frank Walker, Jr.; dear mom of Lisa Stenson, Frank III, Gerald Walker; grandmother of Christopher, Bryant, Brearma and Jabaree, other relatives and friends. June 12, 2000. Services Friday at Calvary Baptist Church, 801 Wm Howard Taft. Visitation Noon until time of funeral 1 P.M. Rev. Chesley officiating. In cremation. J.C. Battle & Sons In charge. BOLTON LUNSF0RD A Golden Rule Funeral Home 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 Gilligan, Siefke, Grueter Fu neral Home serving the Sis ters. FUERST Sandra J. (nee Kohls), beloved wife of Cliff Fuerst. Dear mother of Kathi (Michael) Stuebe, Martin and Joseph Fuerst. Beloved daughter of Walter J. and Slander) Kohls. Dear sister of Don, Ken, Jerry and Bob Kohls. Also survived by a special uncle, Pete Slander. Wednesday, June 14, 2000, KEELING Thelma Young, beloved wife of Robert Keeling; lov- Inn cictar it lamae II InWal brother of Marie Rlesen- age 48. Mass of Christian Campaign Fund, 100 Miami Colaum the iat8 yvesley . . K ,. -. . Aua Tarra-o Park OU ..' . ' oerg ana rran uuermn. ouriai win oe saiuraay, -' - Kussetl, Princess (James) June 17, at i:ia a.m. at 5t. Michael Church, Sharonvllle. Visitation at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd., Sharonvllle, Friday from 5-8 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations would be appreciated to St. Rita School for the deaf, 1720 Giendale-MH-ford Rd., Clncl.,OH 45215, or Wellness Community, 8044 Montgomery Rd., Suite 170, Clnci, OH 45236. J.J. GILLIGAN & SON ,n,"'7."'llmmj:5 (John) Shay and Heather " ZZ ,h , i. t?;,. Chapel of Mount St. Joseph. 2926Woodburn 281-8311 j., ,u,u,s,osun;8ranuia- Schroeder. Wednesday. . "r Z Glllioan. Siefke. Grueter Fu- tner ot 6. Mr Gislason was Juoe M, jooo, age 83. Rest- g' " "'J " a'r a board member of Terrace t ct Vh,.. irv Darlena Jones; maternal Park Country Club, a Scout 11 A.M. Friday! ?:.8La'r'.J R- Caldwell; iwi uncies, I ony, I im ana Thorn Caldwell and Alex Jones. Services will be held Friday, June 16 at 12 Noon at Ihn Im nUlnJ. rr i n Mon hT Mth ri8ls are su99es,ed ,0 ,he Cen re 4389 Sp"lna Grove Saturday, June 17 at 'A3'nZnlhSprv1.h Vislta9 Z Joseph Ceinetery, West uuuuiing ru.ier.il nume, ri. (rom in A M until rir. time. Interment wiH be in Spring Grove Cemetery. POYNTER Mabel (nee Kinley), beloved wife of the late Earl Poyn- Master, the youngest Dis trict Sales Manager at P & G., active In St. Thomas Church and Terrace Park Recreation Committee. June year. A memorial service Schroeder. Wednesday, June 14, 2000, age 83. Resi dent of Ft. Thomas, KY. Services 11 A.M. Friday, June 16, 2000 at the Cold Spring Baptist Church. Visitation Friday from 10 to 11 A.M. at the Church. Memo- STIENS William L. A memorial service wiH be held at 10:30 the late Elizabeth (nee begin at 11 A.M. Satur- Thomas serving the family.' -. Hsu ll fl 17th aaf C TlUUH. ' day, June 17th at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Terrace Park. Memorials may be made in his memory to the St. Thomas Capital Also survived by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Tuesday, June 13, 2000. Visitation at the GHfigan Funeral Home, 8225 Montgomery Rd at Galbraith, Thursday 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Friday at St. John the Evangelist Church. Gilligan Funeral Home In charge. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Towns, Wilma (Bennett) Jones and the late Geneva Davis; ; dear stepmother of Mary Taylor; also survived by a host of in-laws, other relatives and friends. June 12, 2000 at age 68. Funeral services wiH be held Friday, 7 P.M., Thompson, Had & Jordan Funeral Home, 1 1400 Winton Rd. Friends may caH from 6 P.M. until time of service. Interment Landmark Memorial Gardens. 8th Seton, Price Hill. He died Saturday, May 27 in Arling ton Heights, IL. Prior to his retirement, BiH was an Industrial safety engineer employed by G.E, Borg Warner and Waste Management. ter; mother ot the late Ken- He served in the Navy in neth E. Poynter; moth- Work) War H. Survivors in- Tufts Schildmeyer LOVEUNO 613-2430 BLANCHESTER JJ3-24BI GOSHEN m-2430 WEIL FUNERAL HOME 3901 Rtadfng Rd. 211-0171 er-in-law of Marion Poynter; grandmother of Rickey L. and Kenneth W. Poynter; sister of Donnle Baker and the late Mamie Batchler, Paul and Clinton Kinley. Monday, June 12, 2000, age 92. Resident of Lockland. Friends may caH at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland, Fri day, June 16 from 12 noon dude his wife Mary Jane "Mickey" (nee Krauser), children; Susan Burns, Sharon (Gary) Rossi, Robert (Susan) Stiens and Saundra (Thomas) Doetsch, and seven grandchildren, sister Phyllis (William) Troy, brother James (Barbara) Stiens, step-brother Carl (Mary Lou) Nutzel. He was preceded in death by his WIH, GOOD & KELSCH OAKLEY SQUARE 531-0105 ANDERSON TWP 231-3737 EE till time of service at 1:30 parents, Elmer and Philo-P.M. menia Stiens. UtflGThe Florist net ccoi.,. . Metro Area Delivery NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION For information about The Enquirer and The Post's Newspaper in Education program call our NIE coordinator 1 at 768-8130 -r v n& im ti ta t: .iiTi ii rW aawjaaaVJ

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