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The Cincinnati Enquirer METRO Sunday, June 27, 1999 B7 Obituaries Nicholas Picciano, 78, was 'Renaissance man' He made things most would buy BY NICOLE HAMILTON The Cincinnati Enquirer Nicholas D. Picciano used to tell his family, "If you can read, there isn't anything you can't do." The retired English teacher and organist died Thursday of congestive heart failure at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash. Mr. Picciano, a longtime Loveland resident, was 78. "I often wondered what the world would be like without my father," said his daughter, Maria C. Picciano of Loveland. "We called him 'the Renaissance man' because he did so many different things. He was extremely resourceful." Mr. Picciano graduated from Purcell High School in 1939. He attended the Teacher's College Athenaeum of Ohio for three years before joining the Army during World War II. During the war, he participated in the D-Day invasion. While stationed in England he was allowed to play the organ at Westminster Abbey in London, a highlight of his life as a musician. After earning his bachelor's degree in music from t h e Teacher's College Ath- Mr. Picciano enaeum in 1946, Mr. Picciano worked as an organist and choir director for various parishes in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, including Assumption Church in Walnut Hills, St. Agnes in Bond Hill, St. Columban in Loveland and St. Philip in Morrow. He began a career as an English teacher for the Loveland City Schools in 1957. He earned his master's in education at Xavier University in the early 1960s. Mr. Picciano also was an avid photographer. He built, his own telescopes, as well as the machine to grind special mirrors. He also built an outdoor booth that enabled him to take pictures of birds without disturbing them. "Things other people paid for, my father would learn how to make himself," Ms.' Picciano said. With the help of the home economics teachers at the school where he taught, he learned how to sew. Over the years he made a two-piece pin-striped suit for his daugh ter, a suit coat for his son and several pieces for his infant grandchildren. In 1982, Mr. Picciano had six-way bypass surgery. His wife of 52 years, Jeanne Picciano of Loveland, aid he was given 10 years to live. He surprised the doctors by living 17. "He was very spiritual and very moral," his daughter said. "And I think he did it all. He led a very full life." Other survivors include a son, Gregory Joseph Picciano of Atlanta; a brother, John A. Picciano of Kenwood; a sister, Philomena Dillhoff of Finneytown; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Monday at Tufts Schildmey-er Funeral Home, 129 N. Riverside Drive, Loveland. Mass of Christian burial will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Gertrude Catholic Church, Madeira. Interment will be at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Montgomery. Clara Dennis, boxing fan, Housekeeper of the Year BY NICOLE HAMILTON The Cincinnati Enquirer Clara "Sissy" Dennis, a lifelong resident of Fair-mount, died Wednesday at University Hospital of head injuries from a fall at work. She was 39. Raised by her grandmother, their roles reversed when her grandmother became ill. Ms. Dennis cared for her grandmother at home until her grandmother's death in February. Ms. Dennis also helped to raise her niece, ' Kristie Skellwies, who lived with her for several years. "She would help anybody in any way. She truly went ; the extra mile," said Mrs. Skellwies, of Fairmount. In 1996, Ms. Dennis began working as a housekeeper at the Residence Inn by Marriott in Sharonville. Within a year she won the Housekeeper of the Year Award for the company's region that included Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Ms. Dennis Michigan. She was also nominated for the company's national Housekeeper of the Year Award. "Everyone loved her. We're all a little in shock," said housekeeping supervisor Maria Taylor. "She was up on a pedestal, always friendly and doing anything she could to help. She was the absolute best." A few years ago, Ms, Dennis developed an interest in watching boxing. A fan of boxer Oscar de la Hoya, she often called her uncle, Bill L. Flinchum of Goshen, to re mind him of coming televised fights. She also enjoyed fishing and taking care of her dog, Star. Other survivors include three sisters, Nancy Lung of Goshen, Carol Morris of Price Hill and Sharon Allen of Belfast, Ohio; three brothers, Michael Dennis of Chilli-cothe, Edward Dennis of Ba-tavia and Joe Dennis of Clifton; three uncles; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held from 6-8 p.m. today at Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood. The funeral service will follow immediately. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Crown Hill Memorial Park in Fairfield. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. Kehoe denies he wanted to set up white nation Statement follows getting life terms 'The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. A man sentenced to life in prison for killing a family as part of a plot to set up a whites-only nation in the Pacific Northwest says there's no truth to prosecutors' claims. "There were no aims, no group, nothing of that nature," Chevie Kehoe, 26, said in a telephone interview from jail Friday after he was sentenced to five terms of life in prison without parole. Mr. Kehoe, of Colville, Wash., and a co-defendant, Danny Lee, 26, of Yukon, Okla., were convicted last month of racketeering, con- M 4 - W spiracy and three counts of murder in the deaths of William Mueller, his wife, Nancy, and her 8-v e a r - o 1 d daughter Chevie Sarah Pow- Kehoe ell in January 1996. Jurors already have recommended the death penalty for Mr. Lee, who has a hearing scheduled for Tuesday. Mr. Kehoe and his brother, Cheyne, became known nationwide after a Feb. 15, 1997, shootout with police near Wilmington, Ohio. The gunplay was caught on videotape and broadcast around the nation. The brothers were indict ed by an Ohio grand jury and a manhunt began. Four months later, Cheyne Kehoe turned himself in and told police where to find his brother in Utah. At his sentencing, Mr. Kehoe maintained he was innocent. Prosecutors said Mr. Lee and Mr. Kehoe wanted Mr. Mueller's guns to sell or use to further their conspiracy to overthrow the government and set up a new nation where people of Asian, black, Hispanic and Jewish descent would be banned. Mr. Kehoe said he considered himself a white separatist, but not a white supremacist, because he believes that nature intended for different races to be separate. Indianapolis boy who slipped from mom's arms and fell 6 stories dies The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS A 16-month-old boy who fell from the eighth story of a downtown office building died Saturday, eight days after he slipped from his mother's arms as she tried to open a window. Christopher Collins plummeted from. the window of his father's downtown law office on June 18, fell more than six stories and landed on a metal overhang connected to the office building. He was rushed to Wishard Hospital then later transferred to Riley Hospital for Children's intensive care unit with multiple head, chest and lower extremity injuries. The Indianapolis Police Department investigated the fall and concluded that it was an accident. IPD spokesman Sgt.. Matthew Steward said V : 1 How to help Those interested in making a memorial contribution should contact Gary Bryant at (317) 955-7414. Saturday that the boy's death will not cause Detective Timothy Knight, the case's lead investigator, to examine the case further. "He indicated that no, it would not really change his investigation at all," Sgt. Steward said. "From all indications right now, his review would indicate that it was an accidental death, that there was no criminal intent." The boy's parents, 45-year-old Robert C. Collins III and 29-year-old Sherry Collins, issued a statement through the hospital Satur- day. "We express our gratitude for the outpouring of support and sympathy from the community, our families and friends," the family said in the statement. "Your prayers enabled us to endure this time of great tragedy and sorrow. "We also express our utmost gratitude to law enforcement, emergency and rescue personnel, and the doctors and staff of Riley Hospital whose efforts allowed us to spend these precious last few days with our beloved son." Following the boy's fall, a one-block section of Market Street was blocked off with police cruisers, and a large crowd of pedestrians gathered to watch emergency workers and police conduct their investigation. Funerals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. FPeath Notices Death Notice Q Death Notice Death Notice NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME ADAMS, Mory Doyle 1 0:30 A.M. June 28 Geo. H. Bohde & Son BENSON, Michael Robert 10:00 A.M. June 29 Smith & Ogle (Oxford, OHI BtACK.Jomesl.Sr. 12:00 P.M. June 29 Allison & Rose CHAPPELL, Kurt 10:00 A.M. June 29 Thompson, Hall & Jordan ClOUSE, Edward M. 10:00A.M. June28 Hodopp jCorthage) CORDES, James Albert 1:00 P.M. June 28 Chambers & Grubbs DORIA, Martin Francis 6:30 P.M. June 29 Shorten & Ryan (Mason) flNlEY.EmmettF. 10:00A.M. June 29 Evans HACKNEY, KotherynE, Geo.H.Rohde&Son HARKIEROAD, Abbie Sue 10:00 A.M. June 28 Moore HER8ST, Virginia 2:00 P.M. June 27 tows-Corr-Moore HILL, Elizabeth M. HOIMAN, Beatrice Earl 11:00 A.M. June 28 Tufts Schildmeyer llovelandl . HOWARD, Andy 10:00A.M. June29 Thompson-Stevens HREN, Gary EldenA.Good JOHNS, Gory Rebold JOHNSTON, Norma J. 11:00 A.M. June 29 Dennis George KLEINHENZ, Norma J. 11:00 AM. June 29 Mti-hlenlromp-Frscfiell KNEIDL, William W. 10:00AM. June30 Ihomas- Justin Memorial KORTE, Norma Jean 10:00A.M. June 28 Evons , KUHN, William Lloyd 3:00 P.M. June 29 Arlington Memorial Gardens MARtAR, Howard P. 10:00A.M. June29 Evons McLENNAN, Ruth E. Thomas-Justin Memorial MORRISSEY, Janet H. 10:30 A.M. June 28 Witt, Good 4 KelschlOoUeySq.) NEBOISKY,.Harry 12:30 P.M. June 27 We'l IGiaveside) NICKLEY, Margaret C. 1:00 P.M. June 28 VorhislSpringdalel OTTO, Thomas A. Sr. 6:30 P.M. June 29 EldenA.Good PENNINGTON, Eleanor M. 2:00 P.M. June 28 Webb-Noonon PICCIANO, Nicholas D. 11:00A.M. June 29 Tults Schildmeyer POLING, W. "Earl" III 11:00A.M. June 28 Frederick PRINGIE, Estella 7:00 P.M. June 28 Thompson-Holl& Jordan REAM, Randi 1 1:30 A.M. June 29 Schmidt-Dhonou REUTER, Gloria D. 11:00 A.M. June 28 Hodopp (College Hill) WIETHE, John J. Jr. 10:30A.M. June28 Dalbert& Woodrult WOERMAN, RoselloM. 7:00 P.M. June 29 HodapplCorlhogel WRIGHT, MorieH. 10:30A.M. June 28 Gilligon EE Death Notices Q Death Notices ADAMS Mary Doyle, beloved wife of Raymond N. Adams and dear sister of Charlotte D. Peters ot St. Clair Shores, Ml and Peggy Berning, also survived by many devoted nieces and nephews. Thursday, June 24, 1999. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Rose Church, Monday, June 28 at 10:30 A.M. Friends may call at Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home, Linwood & Delta Aves., Ml. Lookout, Monday morning from 9-10 A.M. BENSON Michael Robert, age 18, of Oxford, died Saturday morning In a car accident near Oxford. He was born April 30, 1981 In Ann Arbor, Michigan the son of Robert and Rosalyn (Era!) Benson. Michael was among 330 seniors graduating from St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati on Wednesday, June 2. Benson was a member of the National Honor Society, French Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta mathematics honorary and achieved first honors all four years. He was invited to serve as a Bomber Pilot, a mentoring program in which selected se niors advise first-year students. In the music program he held first-chair trombone in the St. Xavier Marching Band, Con cert Band, Jazz band, and Pep band. He was active in the St. Xavier World Affairs Council as Program Chairman and participated In Model United Nations events at Earlham College, the University of Dayton, and Montreal, Quebec. He lettered in track two years and worked as a Saturday volunteer coordinator for the Restoc Rehab program in ' Over-the- Rhine. He sang In the youth choir at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and also served as an acolyte and lay reader. Last summer, he participated in a youth exchange to Jamaica, sponsored by the Episcopal Di ocese of Southern Ohio. Benson was a National Merit Finalist and would have attended the University of Michigan and participated in its Honors Program. He is survived by his parents; grandparents; Violet and Arthur Erat of Vanderbilt, Michigan; paternal grandmoth er, Mildred Benson of Hamilton, Ohio; two aunts, Sharon and her husband Albert Fosco of Cincinnati, and Linda and her husband Albert Sidell of Waterford, California; ten cousins and many friends. The Eucharist of the Resurrection will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 25 E. Walnut St., Oxford, Ohio. Visitation will be from 6:00-9:00 P.M. on Monday evening at the Smith and Ogle Funeral Home, toi west Church St., Oxford, Ohio. In lieu of flowers the family has suggested memorials may be made to the St. Xavier School music program or to Holy Trin-ity Episcopal Church. BLACK James L. Sr. "Jim", beloved husband of Patricia Ann Finn Black. Father of Carrie Riggen- bach, Candy Bullock, Cindy, Lovett and James "Jimmy Black Jr.. Grandfather of Benjamin and Tad Riggenbach, David and Casey Dawson. Brother of Marjorie Frodge and Charles William Black Jr. Uncle of nieces and nephews. Resident of Taylor Mill, K Y.. Friday, June 25, 1999, age 51 years. Services at the Allison 8. Rose Funeral Home Inc., 5645 Taylor Mill Road, Taylor Mill, KY Tuesdav, June 29, 1999 at 12 Noon. Interment Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 4 until 8 P.M. Monday. Memorials may be made to the Boy Scouts of America. CIIAPI'KLL Kurt, survived by parents, two children, three sisters, four brothers, grandmother, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. June 24, 1999. Visitation Monday, June 28, at the Gray Rd. Church of Christ, 4826 Gray Rd. from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.. Funeral Service 10:00 A.M. Tuesday. Brother Richard Rose, Sr. Pastor. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Thompson, Hall 8. Jordan in charge of arrangements. c: LOUSE Edward M., dear brother of Leonard Ctouse, Effie Clouse, Verna Dahman, Virginia Parm, Sam Clouse, Edna L. Sutton and Sarah Brown. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Thursday, June 24, 1999, age 72. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Sunday from 6-9 P.M. Funeral service Monday, 10 A.M. at the funeral home. CORDES James Albert, 64, of Covington, beloved husband of Faye Gil-lum Cordes, father of Deborah Cordes Lynch, Michael Cordes, Gregory Cordes, brother of Karen Rich, Thomas Cordes, grandfather of two, step-father of Sheila Farris, Regina Stone, Deborah Kahles, Pamela Chapman, Kimberly Harris, Allen Chapman. Funeral service wiH be Monday 1 P.M.. Visitation will be 4-7 P.M. Sunday. Services by Chambers & Grubbs Funeral Home, Independence. Interment at Floral Hills Cemetery. Memorials to Solid Rock Assembly, Hwy. 15 North, Van Cleve, KY. 41385. DORIA Martin Francis, beloved husband of Josephine (nee Campos) Doria, devoted father of Frances Kniesel, Elvera Orr, Palma Woods, Barbara Mustard, Martin, Frank and Jackie Doria, dear brother of Pauline and Maryanna Doria, also survived by 12 gi andchildren and one great-grandchild. June 26, 1999. Resident of Mason, Ohio. Visitation will be at the Shorten & R yan Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, Ohio pn Tuesday from 6 until 8 P.M. with Memorial Service at 6:30 P.M.. Donations may go to Hospice of Cincinnati, 4310 Cooper Rd4J242. , FINLLY Ernmett F., beloved husband of Carolyn Bezner Finley, devoted father of Karen Lyon, Madison, Wl., Ellen Magdefrau, Medina, OH. and Kathleen Nelson, Macon, GA., grandfather of two granddaughters and two grandsons. Saturday, June 26, 1999, residence Loveland, Ohio. Memorial Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church, Milford, Tuesday, June 29, 10 A.M.. Family wiH receive friends at the church 9 A.M. until time of Mass. Family requests memorials to Vitas Hospice Care, 1132 West Kemper Road, Cincinnati, OH. 45240. Evans Funeral Home serving the family. HACKNEY Katheryn E. (nee Drew) passed away Wednesday, June 23, 1999 in Lexington, KY. Services will be privately held. Geo. Rohde & Son serving the family. HARKLEROAD Abbie Sue, age five, resident of Batavia. Loving daughter of J. Gr egor y and Br enda ( nee , Bersch) Harkleroad. Dear sister of Drew and Alex Harkleroad. Cherished granddaughter of Bill and Pat (nee Russell) Harkleroad and Glenn and the (ate Sue (nee Ziegler) Bersch. Great-granddaughter of Eugene and Mary Marjorie Harkleroad. Niece of BiH and Patty Harkleroad, Jason and Amy Hahn, Art and Billie Beinkem-per and Teresa Wilson. June 24, 1999. Family will receive friends 2:00 to 6:00 P.M. Sunday with the service Monday 10 A.M. all at the Batavia Church of Christ, 2170 Old St. Rt. 32 Batavia. Interment Pierce Township Cemetery. Moore Family Funeral Homes serving the family. Abbie Harkleroad was diagnosed on August 25, 1995 with A ML Leukemia and as our lives would change forever our circle of friends has grown over these past four years. Those who knew her knew her disease was never an easy one to live with, but they also knew she had the grace and determination to make each day the best one the day would offer whether she lived on T5A or at her home. She was blessed with many friends from all age groups. It is impossible to thank everyone who has touched our lives and have helped us through this journey. We have seen the best of miracles Children's Hospital Medical Center could offer and we would like to give special thanks to Drs. Cyndi, Rebecca and Shelly who have been with us from the start. We would like to give special thanks to our church, our family, and friends because no one can get through life without the love and support we have seen. Please send all donations to Children's Hospital Medical Center for AML Research in Memory of Abbie, ATTN: HEM'ONC, 333 Burnet Ave., Cincinnati 45229 or Give Kids the World, 210 Bass Road, Kis-simmee, Fla. 34746. HERBST Virginia (Tootie), 68, of Milan, IN., died June 23 at Milan. Services Sunday, June 27, 2 P.M. (Ind time) Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan. Memorials to Milan Alumni Fund of Milan High School. HILL Elizabeth M. (nee Agrue), age 79, beloved wife of Amos E. Hill, dear mother of Betty Rie-man, Patricia Dower s-Tur pin, Terry Trimble, and the late Jack Hill. Thursday, June 24, 1999. Survived by 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by all who loved her. Donations in her memory would be appreciated by Hernando-Pasco County Hospice, 12260 Cortez Blvd., Brook sville, FL. 346)3. HOLM AN Beatrice "Bea" Earl (nee Poser) of Wyoming, OH, beloved wife of the late builder Martin L. Holman, loving mother of Lee (Walter) Reffner and the late Martin E. Holman and Donald G. Holman. Caring grandmother of 11 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Dear sister of Howard Poser. Mother-in-law of June Holman and Ruth Holman. Survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Bea was a bookkeeper for the family construction business in Loveland for many years. Thursday, June 24, 1999 at the age of 92. Services wiH be at the Tufts Schildmeyer Family Funeral Home, 129 N. Riverside Dr., Loveland, OH, Monday, June 28, 1 1 A.M. where friends will be received from 10 A.M. until the hour of service. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery, Glen-dale, OH. Family requests memorial contributions be made to the charity of one's choice. HOWARD Andy, Resident Service Coordinator of Sunshine Residential Care, Mt. Orab, OH.. Son of Paul and Maxine (Hackney) Howard of Winchester, OH., brother of Tim and Kris Howard of Winchester, and Elizabeth Gunter of Mt. Orab. Also survived by three nieces and three nephews, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Residence Winchester, OH., formerly of Milford, OH.. Age 27 years. June 25, 1999. Visitation 5-8 P.M. Monday, Thompson-Stevens Funeral Home, Mt. Orab. Funeral 10:00 A.M. Tuesday at the funeral home. HREN Gary, loving father of Brian and Kristen Hren, beloved son of Elizabeth Bragg of Cleveland, OH, brother of Michael and Alan Hren, and Judy Yauger of Cleveland, OH, dear friend of Todd Dugle. Wednesday, June 23, 1999. Private services at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be directed to AVOC (AIDS Volunteers Of Cincinnati). Elden A. Good Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. JOHNS Gary, beloved son of the late Lee and Irma Johns, dear brother of Joan Butler and Robert Johns, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Monday, June 21, 1999, age 57 years. Mr. Johns donated his body to science. JOHNSTON Norma J. (nee Webb), beloved wife of the late James E. Johnston. Devoted mother of Douglas (Connie) and Barry (Maria) Johnston, Sheila Smed, Melanie Westrich, Christopher (Cindy) and Jonathan (Bren-da) Johnston. Loving grandmother of George Smed, Wendy and Krlsty Westrich, Ashley and Brandon Johnston, Cory and Stacy Johnston and the late Benjamin Johnston. Also survived by five great-grandchildren. Dear sister of the late Kenneth Webb. Friday, June 25, 1999. Age 69 years. Funeral service Tuesday at 11 A.M. at the Dennis George Funeral Home, 44 S. Miami, Cleves. Visitation Tuesday 9-11 A.M.. Interment in Mapte Grove Cemetery, Cleves. Memorials may be directed to the Miamitown United Methodist Church Building Fund. KLEINHENZ Norma J., dear friend of Mary Ann Kurd and Marge Kuhl, survived by nieces, Cathy Nicely and Terrl Lorenz, nephews, Mike and Rich Hammergren. June 25, 1999. Resident of Newport, KY.. Prayers trom Mueh-lenkamp Erschell Newport Funeral Home, 835 York St., 10:30 A.M. Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial St. Therese Church, 11 A.M.. Visitation 9 A.M. to 10:30 A.M.. Memorials to American Cancer Society or St. Elizabeth Hospice Home Care. KNEIDL William W. "Bill", beloved husband of Sharon L. Kneidl, loving father of Chris P. Huggard of Maineville, OH., Susan K. Snow of Cincinnati and Amy Kneidl-Mitchell of Oxford, OH., grandfather of Erin and Corey Hug gard and Meghan and (.asey McCrone and four step grandchildren. Also survived by his sister, Joyce Fink of Mason, OH. and brother-in-law. Jack Lamb of Vandalia. June 24, 1999. Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina. Visitation Tuesday 6 8 P M. at Thomas-Justin Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd.. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church, Wednesday 10 A.M.. Memorials may be directed to the American Heart Association, 1927 Candy Lane, Surfside Beach, S.C. 29575. KORTE Norma Jean (nee Klelnhenz), beloved wife of Vince Korte, devoted mother of Kathleen King and Karen Dillon, grandmother of Cassie and Ryan King and McCall and Sawyer Dillon, sister of Carol Monsour, Louisville, KY.. Friday, June ?5, 1999, residence Milford, Ohio. Mass of Christian Burial St. Elizabeth Seton Church, Milford, Monday, June 28, 10 A.M.. Visitation Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Sunday 6-8 P.M.. Memorials to the Heart Association. kuiTn William Lloyd, born December 23. 1925, died June 21, 1999. Mr. Kuhn was raised and educated in Grafton, 'WV. He enlisted in the US Navy and was commissioned on the USS Compton during WWII. Bill pursued studies at West Virginia Wesley an College and received his doctoral degree- in Pharmocology at the University of Cincinnati. The William S. Merrell Co. employed Bill for 38 years. Beginning as a graduate student, his career culminated with his position as Executive Vice President of Merrell Dow Research Institute. He is survived by his wife Catherine, son Lloyd Kuhn of Greenville, SC, stepson Thomas Fletcher of Columbus, Nancy Andryszak of Goose Creek, SC, and three grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at Arlington Memorial Gardens, 2145 Compton Rd. 3 P.M., Tuesday, June 29. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Hospice of VolusiaFlagler, 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange, FL 32119. Followed by visitation at Best Western-Blue Ash Hotel, 1-71 and Pfeiffer Rd. from 4-6 P.M. MARLAR Howard P., beloved husband of 52 years of Erva Fleshman Marlar, devoted father of Alma West, Brenda (Larry) Hamm, Jeff, Michael (Fran-nie), Luther (Patricia), Curtis (Milissa) Marlar, grandfather of 21, great-grandfather of seven, brother of Naomi Merkel, Juanita Proud, and Charles Marlar. He was preceded in death by a daughter Erva, parents Luther and Annie Marlar and brothers Jim, Lee and Henry. Saturday, June 26, 1999, residence formerly of Perintown, Ohio. He saw action In five major battles aboard the USS Ormsby in WWII, was active in the American Legion, was a 4-H club leader and a foster parent. He retired from CCC trucking after 37 years. Service Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Tuesday, June 29, 10 A.M.. Visitation Monday 68 P.M.. Burial Mt. Moriah Ceme tery. McLENNAN Ruth E. (nee Brown), beloved wife of the late Benjamin F. McLennan who died in February of thfs year, passed away June 23 at age 84. Dear mother of Salty M. Bubb (Harrison) and the late David B. McLennan. Mother-in-law of Karin B. McLennan. Grandmother of Katherine Bubb Daniels, Jennifer Bubb Graham, David H. Bubb, Audrey McLennan and Sarah McLennan, also survived by two great grandchildren, Amanda Daniels and Krisfina Graham. She was a 62 year resident of Cincinnati, attended Miami University, and was a long time member of Kenwood Country Club. Private graveside services at Spring Gr'ove Cemetery on Saturday, June 26 when they would have celebrated their 62nd anniversary. Memorials may be directed to Church of Saviour, 8005 Pfeiffer Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45242 or The McLennan Bubb Scholarship Fund, Denison University, Granville, OH 43022. MORRISSEY Janet H. (nee Castner), beloved wife of the late Louis J. Morrissey Jr., dear devoted mother of Mary (Richard) Gardner, Carol (Michael) Murphy, Michael J. Morrissey and the late John R. and Louts J. Ill "Bud" Morrissey, deer grandmother of seven, dear sister of Thomas Castner and Florence Lever, Catherine Flaim, Barbara Dapollonio and the late George and Theodore casrner and Mildred Vohar. June 25, 1999, age 81 formerly of East Hyde Park. Visitation at Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Rd. at Oakley Sq., Monday, 9 A.M. until 10:15 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Cecilia Church, Monday at 10:30 A.M. If desired memorials may be made to the American Lung Association, 11113 Kenwood Rd., 45242. NICKLEY Margaret Catherine (nee Miller), beloved wife of the late Donald P. Nickley, devoted mother of Mary Ruth Kock (Michael), Donald W. Nickley (Diana), Diane S. Broz (David) and Pamela S. Ireland (Patrick), proud grandmother of Heather D. Laycock (Michael), Jason C. Ott, Megan M. Broz, Donald E., Kimberly L. and Matthew M. Nickley, Nicholas R. and Nathan P. Ireland, devoted great grandmother to Jacob and Katie Laycock with another great grandchild due in September. Sister to Bill and Jack Miller, the late Jane Alice (Miller) Burgjohann and Sherry K. Roberts. Survived by numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews whom she adored. Margaret was the eldest daughter of the late Charles C. and Alice Miller of Springdale. The Miller family owned and operated the Miller Brothers Grocery Co. in Spring-dale from the early WOO's until 1950. Margaret volunteered with many local and national charities and was truly dedicated to family. Thursday, June 24, 1999, resident of Springfield Twp.,' age 74 years. Friends may call Sunday, June 27 from 6-8 P.M. at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 11365 Springfield Pk., Springdale. Funeral service 1 P.M., Monday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions if desired, may be made to the American Heart Association. REAM Randi, beloved daughter of Terry Ream and Julie Murphy (nee Jenkins), loving sister of Meagan Ream, dearest granddaughter of Mary Jenkins and Bill Ream. Best friend of Jennifer. Also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Suddenly Thursday, June 24, 1999. Age 12. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Reading, Tuesday, June 29 at 1 1:30 A.M.. Visitation at Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd., Reading, Tuesday morning 9:00-11:00 A.M.. Family requests memorials to the Randi Ream Memorial Fund co Centennial Bank, 8434 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH. 45216. REUTER Gloria D. "Dickie" (nee Dick-man), beloved wife of Robert K. Reuter, devoted mother of Terence K. and Scott T. Reuter and Robin R. Newman, loving grandmother of Anna S. and Alec W. Reuter, Steven J. and Michael T. Newman. Thursday, June 24, 1999. Friends may caN at the Spring Grove Cemetery's Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel, Monday from 10 A.M. until the funeral service at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to charity of donor's choice. OTTO PI Thomas A. Sr., beloved husband and friend of Lois J. Otto, loving father of Carot (Frank) Biro, Robert (Charlotte) Otto and Thomas A. Otto Jr., Patti (Ron) Brick-house and Mick (Carole) Bowman, also survived by nine grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, preceded in death by a sister, Mary Louise Kuerze. Thursday, June 24, 1999 at the age of 79 Memorial services at Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church, Tuesday at 6:30 P.M. Reception to follow in the Social Hall. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Shriners Hospitals for Children (Shriners Burns Institute) or the Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church. Elden A. Good Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. PENNINGTON Eleanor M., 74, June 24, 1999, daughter of Cecil and Ann (Harbron) Ralston, wife of Charles J. Pennington; mother of Ann Turner and Lynn Pennington; grandmother of Melissa Turner, sister of Jean Habef, Mary Armstead, Betty Ralston, and Jack Ralston. Employed by the Ford Motor Company. Services at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 115 North Sixth Street Hamilton, on Monday, June 28, at 2:00 P.M.. Webb-Noonan Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Memorials to the church or Hospice of Cincinnati, PO Box 710784, Cincinnati, Ohio 45271-0784. PICCIANO Nicholas D. of Symmes Township. Beloved husband of Jeanne Picciano (nee Bunnell). Loving father of Gregory J. Picciano and Maria C. Picciano. Dear brother of John A. Picciano, Philomena Dillhoff, and the late Mary Holly. Devoted grandfather of Beth, Andrew, Matthew, Abagall and Sarah Picciano. Thursday, June 24, 1999, age 78. Friends will be received at Tufts Schildmeyer Family Funeral Home, 129 N. Riverside Dr., Loveland, Monday, June 28th 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Gertrude Catholic Church, 7630 Shawnee Run Rd., Madeira, Tuesday, June 29th at 1 1 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery, tf desired, memorials may be directed to Masses to be said for the repose of his soul. POLING Worthington "Earl" III, beloved husband of Patricia (nee Trus-ler) Poling, devoted father of Tracy Lorraine Poling, step-father of Craig Scott Horn and Debra Lynn Jones, dear brother of Edward (Mary) and Ernie (Sharon) Poling, Sharon (Jeff) Whitiatch and Peggy (Mike) Webster, son-in-law of Stella Trusler, brother-in-law of Stan, Mike (Cathy) and Ken Trusler and Pam (Dana) Coven. Also survived by many nieces and nepews. Thursday, June 24, 1999, age 54. Visitation at Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd. at Pippin on Sunday from 4-7 P.M. Funeral service at Landmark Baptist Temple, Monday at 11 A.M. Memorials may be made to Landmark Baptist Temple, 1600 Glendale-Milford Rd., Cincinnati 45215. WIETHE John J. Jr., beloved husband of the late Mary M. Wiethe (nee Conway), devoted father of John D. Wiethe and Kathleen M. Wiethe-Kampe, loving grandfather of Erica Nikole Wiethe and Amy Marlene Mitchell, dear brother of Virginia Webber, Norine Faust and Dorothy GroU. Friday, June 25, 1999. Age 76 years. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 10:30 A.M. at St. Teresa of A vita Church. Visitation Monday 9 A.M. to 10 A.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Avenue at Queen City. WOERMAN Rosella M. (nee Miller), beloved wife of the late Lt. William B. Woerman, dear mother of William J. and Barry M. Woerman, grandmother of Anna, Sarah, Joseph, Shannon, Melissa, Jeanette, Colleen and Sabrina, great-grandmother of Kaitlyn, sister of Victoria Dom-is, Mary Halloran, Albert Miller and the late Forrest and John Miller. Friday, June 25, 1999. Age 74. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a memorial service Tuesday 7 P.M. at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage. Mrs. Woerman was a member of The Carthage Senior Citizens and The Eimwood VFW Post 1042 Ladies Auxiliary. WRIGHT Marie H. (nee McDermott), beloved wife of the late Robert E. Wright. Loving mother of Mauree (Nicholas) Martlno and Robert E. (Debbie) Wright, dear grandmother of Sean and Christopher Wright. Wednesday, June 23, 1999 in Oakland Park, Florida. Visitation wiH be . held at the Gilligan Funeral Home, 2926 Woodburn Ave., Monday from 9 A.M. untK funeral services at 10:30 A.M.. 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. QQCemetery lots SPRING GROVE-2 spaces In Johnny Appleseed section. $500. 489-1948 FLORAL HILLS-Covington, KY. 2 tiered in-ground crypt. S1500. Call 581-2048 ET1 Funeral 'Hones PRINGLE NEBOLSKY Harry, passed away June 24, 1999, age 83, devoted husband of Leah Nebolsky, devoted father of Paula Hertel and father-in-law of Norman Hertel of Ballwin, MO and Rita Ann Goldberg of Northboro, MA, loving son of the late Charles and Clara Nebolsky, dear brother of the late Joseph and Simon Nebolsky, Rose Berman end Ruth Gordon, devoted grandfather of Elana Jean Hertel, dearest uncle Gail, Ruth and Don Mitchell of Dallas, TX. Graveside services Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 P.M. at United Jewish Cemetery In Montgomery, OH. Memorial contributions to Alzheimer's Disease Assoc., Hospice of Home Health Plus or charity of one's choice would be appreciated. Estella (nee Benson), devoted wife of James O. Pringle, SR. of 55 years, loving mother of James Pringle Jr. (Beverly), Rodney Pringle, Eva Cross and the late Rose McPhail; fond mother-in-law of Braxton McPhail, dear sister of Susie Ingram (George) and Emma Jean Benson, beloved grandmother of Susan Evans, Darren Cross, Dr. Monica McPhail-Pruitt, Vanessa McPhail, James O. Pringle III, Brandy Pringle, Rodney Pringle Jr., Eric Pringle and Brian Pringle, also survived by six great grandchildren, sister-in-law Mary Lou Jacobs, very special friends Ora Lee Johnson, Vivian Milton and Cassandra Whit-taker, other relatives and numerous friends. Passed June 23, 1999. Friends may caH during visitation Monday, June 28, 1999 from 6 P.M. until time of home going services 7 P.M., at Southern Missionary Baptist Church 3556 Reading Road at Lexington Ave. Pastor C. Dennis Edwards I, officiating. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Cincinnati Federation of Colored Womens Club memorial service 6:30 P.M. Arrangements entrusted to Thompson, Hall and Jordan Funeral Home. The ANDERSON Funeral Homes . Anderson Anderson, BAmR &. Sahnd Vm, Stermer &. Anderson W. Mack Johnson k Anderson BOLTON LUNSFORD A Golden Rule Funeral Home 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 A.C. DOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS 441-tJO BELLEVUE Cbas. A. Miller Sons Busse & Borgmann Co. Miller-Simmlnger Funeral Service 541-0040 T. P. WHITE & SONS Mt. Washington 231-7150 ETH Florists Two killed in crash of stolen car after police chase up to 100 mph The Associated Press COLUMBUS A man and woman who were being chased by police at speeds up to 100 mph died Saturday when the stolen car they were in went off the side of the road and rolled, police sajd. An officer followed the black 1999 Chevrolet Camaro through a residential area in Gahanna, a suburb just east of Columbus, Gahanna police Sgt. Larry Kinehart said. When the officer discovered that the license plates didn't match the make and model of the car, he turned on his lights and tried to pull over the car, Sgt. Kinehart said. The chase lasted about two minutes before the car crashed and both people, who were not carrying identification, were ejected from the car, Sgt. Kinehart said. Police had not identi fied the people who were described as white and in their 20s. The car was stolen from Bill Swad Chevrolet, where two others were also taken Friday night. Sgt. Rinehart said he did not know whether the thefts were related. 1-

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