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Rosemary Hoffman
12/25/1927 - 12/29/2013

Rosemary Hoffman, 86, of Clyde, died at Countryside Continuing Care Center on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013.

Miss Hoffman was born in Green Springs on Dec. 25, 1927 to the now deceased Myron and Estella (Adamski) Hoffman. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church.

Rosemary had worked at The Lady of the Pines, prior to her retirement.

She was an Bingo enthusiast and dearly loved her thirty seven nieces and nephews.

Survivors include two sisters, Marion Hoffman, with whom she made her home in Clyde and Catherine Hawk, Melbourne, Fla.

She was preceded in death by four brothers, Capt. Edmund Hoffman; George Hoffman; James Hoffman and Louis Hoffman and four sisters, Louise Hoffman; Dorothy Held; Elinor Brough; and Ann Mosser.

Visitation will be on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014 from 4-7:00 pm at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio with Christian Wake services at 3:45 pm. The funeral mass will be on Fri., Jan. 3, 2014 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Clyde at 1:30 pm. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
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Visitation Date: 01/02/2014

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main Street, Clyde

Service Date: 01/03/2014

Service Location: St. Mary's Catholic Church - Vine St., Clyde


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Charles John Ruffing
05/18/1935 - 12/29/2013

Charles Ruffing, 78, of Bismark, died Sunday, December 29, 2013 at Stein Hospice in Sandusky.

He was born May 18, 1935 in Bismark to the now deceased Sylvester and Elizabeth (Simon) Ruffing.

Mr. Ruffing was a member of St. Gaspar del Bufalo. He was a member of the carpenter union.

Charles was an accomplished woodworker and crafter.

On April 15, 1967, he married Janet Montri. She survives along with their children, Karen (Jeff) Tiell, Bellevue; James (LeeAnn) Ruffing, Attica and Nancy (Rob) Owens, Bellevue. Seven grandchildren, Dalton; Devin; Allison; Kelsey; Brylee; Jacob and Madison also survive. One sister, Theresa Wilhelm, Norwalk; and two brothers, Robert (Carolyn) Ruffing, Norwalk; Arnold (Linda) Ruffing survive as well.

Mr. Ruffing was preceded in death by a sister Jeanette (Harold) Daniel and a brother- in-law, Arnold Wilhelm.

Visitation will be on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014 from 3-5 and 6-8:00PM at the Auxter Funeral Home, 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue. Rosary will be at 7:45 pm. His funeral mass will be 10:30 AM at St. Gaspar del Bufalo Catholic Church with Rev. Paul Fahrbach officiating. Burial will follow in St. Sebastian Cemetery.

The family asks, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to Stein Hospice,

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Visitation Date: 01/02/2014

Visitation Location: Auxter Funeral Home - 1105 Castalia St. Bellevue, Ohio

Service Date: 01/03/2014

Service Location: St. Gaspar del Bufalo -


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Sharon Peters on January 3rd, 2014 - 3:53 am said:
Janet and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Due to the snow, I will not be able to attend. I will visit when weather permits.

J.P. (Black Jack) Wilson on January 3rd, 2014 - 1:34 am said:
I worked with Charlie on many jobs over the years. He was a quiet guy but I could get him to talk and laugh. I enjoyed working with him. I can't make it to any of the services because the gout in my foot is back but I do send my sincere condolences to the family.

Becky Allgyre on January 2nd, 2014 - 8:21 pm said:
Janet and family, We are sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Carpenters Local 744 on January 2nd, 2014 - 8:19 pm said:
We wish you our sincere sympathy to your family on your loss.

Brian and Pam Brammer on January 2nd, 2014 - 6:18 pm said:
We are so sorry for your loss, and it was a loss for me as well. I've only known Charlie a few short years and in that time I became good friends with him. When he would stop by my barn to visit, we would talk and I would often seek his wisdom about projects I would be working on. The man knew how to do a lot of things. I will definitely miss Charlie. Janet, I will check in with you often and if you need anything, call me

ELLA HUNTER on January 2nd, 2014 - 3:11 am said:
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Charlie. My prayers and condolences are with you.

Dave and Diane Getter on December 31st, 2013 - 7:58 pm said:
We are sorry to hear about the passing of your father, Jim. Please accept our condolences.

Paula (Link) Cockie on December 30th, 2013 - 6:49 pm said:
As time goes by each day will get easier. I will always remember going to Cedar Point every summer and getting to ride and see the roller coasters that Charlie worked on, crying our eyes out making horseradish, and to Karen, Jimmy, and Nancy, remember all the good times sledding we had at your house!!! There are to many memories to mention, but hold them dear to your heart and he will always be with you forever!!!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Lisa (Missler) Lowe on December 30th, 2013 - 5:16 am said:
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Janet and her family. I remember all the camping trips that we went on when we were little. My memory that I remember the most was making horseradish at your house. I will never forget that. I was crying and didn't know why LOL. Remember the good times and the memories you have and may God help you in the days ahead.


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Rose Isabelle "Izzy" Smith
02/07/1921 - 12/23/2013

Rose Isabelle “Izzie” Smith, 92, recently of Bucyrus, of Mansfield, died on Mon., Dec. 23, 2013 at HCR Manor Care, Bucyrus.

Izzie was born in Vickery on Feb. 7, 1921 to the now deceased Walter and Dessie (Jenkins) Whitmore. She graduated from Townsend High School in 1939.

Mrs. Smith was a member of the First English Lutheran Church in Mansfield; and enjoyed camping, sewing, painting and yard work. She had been very accepting of the computer, liking to keep up with the new things.
She was a dreamer and Jill of all trades, thus a fiercely independent woman.

In 2008, she retired from the Mansfield General Hospital as a records clerk.

Survivors include a daughter, Linda Smith-Hoffman, Mansfield; seven grandchildren, Pam (Doug) Newman; Dennis Wyse; J. Scott Wyse; Vickie (Doug) Grimm; Richard Meyer, Jr.; Jeremy (Stephanie) Hoffman and Angela Herron; numerous great grandchildren and one sister, Joan Cox, Vickery.

Izzie was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles Minier and William “Bill” Smith; her son, John “Jack” Minier; her daughter, Sandy Minier-Daglow; grandchildren, Timothy Minier and Sarah Hoffman and great granddaughter, Grace “Gracie” Diane Newman. Two sisters, Roween Pfieffer and Ethel Polly Kautz and two brothers, Richard Whitmore and John (Idella) Whitmore are also deceased.

Visitation will be on Sat., Dec. 28, 2013 from 9:30 AM until the service at 11:00 AM at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde with the Rev. Bruce Kent officiating. Burial will be in Parkhurst Cemetery.
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Visitation Date: 12/28/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio

Service Date: 12/28/2013

Service Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio


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Laurie Newman on December 28th, 2013 - 6:24 pm said:
Izzy was good to talk too and visit with, she was inquisitive, intelligent, fearless and could do anything. She was a hard worker and could be moved to laugh quickly and easily. She had a good sense of humor. I liked her very much and am happy she has continued on her journey and trust she is in a far better place without pain and suffering at this time and we shall be reunited one day. I am sad to say goodbye and my prayers and condolences extend to all family and friends of his dear women, who lived a rich life.

Austin Hoffman on December 26th, 2013 - 8:43 am said:
I loved izzie forever im so sad that she is now gone


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Robert L. McGuire
06/29/1934 - 12/23/2013


Robert Lyal McGuire, 79, of Bellevue, died Monday, December 23, 2013 at The Meadows at Osborn Park.

He was born June 29, 1934 in Bowling Green to the late Lyal C. and Dorthea (Housholder) McGuire.

Bob graduated from Bowling Green High School in 1952. His lifelong occupation was a tool and die engineer; first for White Motor Company in Toledo, then Ford Motor Company in Sandusky, then on to owning his own business, "Trebor, Inc" in Bellevue.

Robert was a member of Immaculate Conception Church in Bellevue; Third Degree Knights of Columbus Council #546; Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus Assembly #813; Bishop Machebeuf; former Navigator 1992; former member of Club Amer-Ital in Bellevue; IAB of Sandusky; and the Fraternal Order of Bellevue Eagles.

On October 29, 1988, Robert married Carma (DeLiberto) Raschke McGuire and she survives in Bellevue. Also surviving are his daughters: Maureen (Mark) Crockett of Sandusky and Kathleen (Joel) Morris of Sherrill's Ford, North Carolina; grandchildren: Kyle, Shaun, Kassandra, and Alex; great-grandchildren: Madison, Noah, Grace, Ryleigh, Ethan, Soleil, and Olivia; and his sister, Carolyn Sue Tripp of Marion, Ohio.

In addition to his parents, Robert was preceded in death by his grandson, Chad Robert Crockett and his step-mother, Hilda McGuire.

Visitation will be 4-7:00pm Thursday, December 26, 2013 at the Auxter Funeral Home, 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue. His funeral service will be 11:00am Friday, December 27 at Immaculate Conception Church in Bellevue with Rev. Jonathan Wight officiating.

The family would like to thank the entire staff at The Meadows of Osborn Park for his excellent care and their compassion shown to his family.

Memorials may be given to The Meadows at Osborn Park or Immaculate Conception Organ Fund or Stein Hospice.

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Visitation Date: 12/26/2013

Visitation Location: Auxter Funeral Home - 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue

Service Date: 12/26/2013

Service Location: Auxter Funeral Home - 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue

Funeral Date: 12/27/2013

Funeral Location: Immaculate Conception Church - 231 East Center Street, Bellevue


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Sister Carol Bogner on December 27th, 2013 - 7:32 pm said:
Dear Carma, Know that the Bogner Family is thinking of you at this time and sending our prayers.

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June Wright Sweede on December 26th, 2013 - 10:04 pm said:
Sending positive thoughts and prayers at this time of reflection and change. I am a 1952 BBellevue High School graduate. When my dad bought Rogers Drug in Bowling Green o on July 1, 1952, Bob and his friends hung out at the drug store store. He was a great and fun guy. It has been many, many years since I have see Bob. My respects to all.

Tony And Peggy Messina on December 25th, 2013 - 4:38 pm said:
Carma So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He was a good person and will be missed by many. Sorry we can not be there for the service as we are in Fl. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Tony and Peggy Messina

Michael and Louise Ann Wireman on December 25th, 2013 - 4:14 am said:
Sending our deepest sympathy and prayers to Carma and Family.

Kim Kirk on December 25th, 2013 - 12:03 am said:
Carma and Maureen, I am so sorry for your loss. Robert will be missed. Prayers are with your family. God has gained another angle.

Joe Carr on December 24th, 2013 - 6:53 pm said:
I worked for Bob at Trebor Engineering in the mid 70's as an apprentice tool maker. He taught me a great deal about the trade, had a great sense of humor and was always full of laughter

Jolynn Ware on December 24th, 2013 - 3:10 pm said:
May God hold you in His loving arms, Carma Thinking of you. Hugs. Jolynn


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Betty June Bowersox
06/25/1921 - 12/21/2013

Betty June Bowersox, 92, of Clyde, died on Sat., Dec. 21, 2013 at the Gardens of Clyde.

Mrs. Bowersox was born in Clyde on June 25, 1921 to the now deceased Carl and Estella (Whitehead) Weis. She graduated from Bay View High School, Milwaukee, WI in 1939.

She had been the manager of the Whirlpool Cafeteria and worked at the bakery in Clyde and Vine St., School Cafeteria.

On Sept. 28, 1940, she married Melvin D. Bowersox, he preceded her in death on Aug. 20, 1987.

Surviving is a son, Donald (Joy) Bowersox, Fremont; three grandchildren, Wendy Bowersox; Angela Bowersox; and Donald Bowersox, along with two great grandchildren. Her brother, Jim Robert Weis survives in Colorado Springs, Co.

Betty was preceded in death by a sister, Nina Godager.

Visitation will be on Tues., Dec. 24, 2013 from 9:30 AM until the service at 10:30 AM at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde. Burial will be in McPherson Cemetery.

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Visitation Date: 12/24/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde

Service Date: 12/24/2013

Service Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde


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Jackie & Kurt Hiner on December 25th, 2013 - 6:42 am said:
We are very sorry to hear of Berry's death. We know that she is at peace in our Lord's hands. Betty is my step Aunt and sister of my step dad Jim. My husband &I have fond memories of Betty and Mel's visit to Germany and the fun we had during their visit. Our condolences to her family.

Tina (Ebert) Wuorinen and Bill Ebert and families on December 24th, 2013 - 5:13 am said:
We remember your mom fondly. She worked with our mom in the cafeteria at Vine Street and was a good friend to her. They used to go shopping together and out to lunch after they retired. We are so sorry for your loss.


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Sherri Sue Whitt
06/04/1948 - 12/20/2013

Sherri Sue Whitt, 65, of Clyde, died on Fri., Dec. 20, 2013 at her home.

Sherri was born in Fremont on June 4, 1948 to Delbert L. and Mary K. (Stewart) Schoch. Her parents are deceased.

She graduated from Fremont Ross High School in 1966. Sherri was member of Sandusky Co. Chamber of Commerce Ambassador; she had been named Sandusky Co. Citizen of the Year and a member of the Clyde Eagles.

Mrs. Whitt had worked at Crescent Manufacturing and then later at Angie’s Boutique.

Sherri was preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Whitt in 1995.

Survivors include a daughter, Angela (Mark) Mougey, Clyde; a son, William (Denise) Whitt, Fremont; four grandchildren, Amanda Mougey; Kirstin Whitt; Megan Whitt and William Whitt and four step grandchildren, January Beamer; Casey Rodriguez; Corey Rodriguez and Ceirra Rodriguez; one step- great- grandchild, Shane Rodriguez. Also surviving are four sisters, Robin Schoch, Clyde; Rosemary Heath, Bismark, N.D; Janet Juarez (Juan), Comanche, Tx; Kathleen Temple (Terry), Crestline, Oh; and three brothers, Richard Schoch, Fremont; Michael (Sue) Schoch, Fremont; Dennis Schoch (Pat), Fremont; and a sister-in-law, Febe Schoch, Fremont.

A brother David Schoch is deceased.

Visitation will be on Sun., Dec. 22, 2013 from 2-5:00 pm at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde. The funeral will be on Mon., Dec. 23, 2013 at 10:00 AM at the funeral home. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memory Gardens.

Memorials may be made Hospice of Memorial Hospital.
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Visitation Date: 12/22/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio

Service Date: 12/23/2013

Service Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio


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Linda Martin on December 30th, 2013 - 4:27 pm said:
My heartfelt condolences to the family. May your many wonderful memories and the loving support of God and family help to bring you comfort during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

Marlene Johnson on December 27th, 2013 - 6:14 am said:
To all of Sherrys family, I am sorry about your loss. It is so hard to say goodbye to those we love so I will keep you all in my prayers

Kim Carrillo on December 24th, 2013 - 11:02 am said:
Dear Aunt Sherri I will miss you. Your laughter. And love Love Kimmie

Karen Sawyer on December 24th, 2013 - 4:02 am said:
I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother. She & I coached Little League softball for a number of years, and I have so many fun memories of that time. My prayer is that God will be close to you all during this difficult time and give ou strength and peace.

Laura L Waldon on December 23rd, 2013 - 9:27 pm said:
Sherry was a sweet woman...enjoyed working with her at Crescent...

rita and leon garza on December 23rd, 2013 - 8:38 pm said:
we are very sorry on your loss. my heart goes to all the family.

Ruby Fields on December 23rd, 2013 - 4:30 am said:
I am going to miss my good friend, I loved her so much. praying that God will be with each one of the family to give you the strength to face tomorrow and the coming days. Love to my precious Megan and William and pray God be with you.

Linda Mosser on December 22nd, 2013 - 7:30 pm said:
Prayers are with you at this difficult time. Sherri was a very special person and a true friend to my sister, Carol Kiser Martin. May she rest in peace.


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Paul Jerry "Pawpaw" Phillips, Jr.
09/19/1932 - 12/19/2013


Paul Jerry Phillips, Jr., 81, also known as "PawPaw", died at his home on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013.

"Jerry" was born in Bluefield, WV on Sept. 19, 1932 to the now deceased Paul Jerry and Mary M. (Turner) Phillips, Sr.

He graduated from Ross High School in 1950, and served in the US Army during the Korean War. In 1996, he retired from the Whirlpool Corp.

On Nov. 24, 1956, he marred Shirley A. Burdett and she preceded him in death on Sept. 4, 2003.

Survivors include a daughter, Lori Phillips, Fremont; a son, Tim Phillips, Fremont; three grandchildren, Brandon McPherson (Dedra); Kristy McPherson (Erik McGrady); Shannon McPherson (Drew Lockshin); Adam Mulligan; six great grandchildren: Brayden; Austin; Kayden; Jaycee; Graci and Londyn.
His sister, Sandy (James) Bennison, survives in Fremont.

Mr. Phillips was preceded in death by a great grandson, Landen.

Visitation will be on Sat., Dec. 21, 2013 from 1:00 PM until the service at 2:00 PM at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio with Pastor David Gowen officiating. Burial will be in Butternut Ridge Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Clyde VFW and American Legion.

Memorials may be made to Stein Hospice.
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Visitation Date: 12/21/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main Street, Clyde

Service Date: 12/21/2013

Service Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio


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Luther C. Gibbs
06/12/1925 - 12/16/2013


Luther C. Gibbs, 88, of Riley Township, died on Monday, Dec. 16, 2013 at Countryside Continuing Care Center.

Luther was born on June 12, 1925 in Riley Twp. to the now deceased Denzil C. and Mabel (Jones) Gibbs. He graduated from Ross High School in 1943 and had served in the US Navy during WWII. He was the founder of Gibbs Aero Spray.

Mr. Gibbs had spent his life contributing to his community in numerous ways. He was a member of St. Paul Episcopal Church, Fremont; Sandusky Co. Chamber of Commerce; Sandusky County Hospital Assoc. Sandusky Co. Community Improvement Corp; Sandusky Co. Extension Advisory Committee and Support Committee; Ohio Agriculture Research & Development Center; formerly past president of Ohio Agricultural Aviation Assoc.; former past president of Sandusky Co. Farm Bureau; the 1983 president of the National Agricultural Aviation Assoc.; Riley Twp. Zoning Commission; Ohio Flying Farmer.

In 1986, he received the Young Farmer Assoc. Distinguished Service Award and also the National Aero Application Assoc. Outstanding Service Award.

On July 31, 1951, he married Eleanor Enos. She survives along with their two sons, Luther Allen (Sue) Gibbs, Fremont; and Douglas Edward (Anna) Gibbs, Perrysburg; three grandchildren, Brian; Abigail ; and Bradley Joseph Gibbs. One sister, Norma (Jack) Mahoney of N. Falmouth , Ma also survives.

Mr. Gibbs was preceded by a daughter, Linda Jean Gibbs in 1957; a brother, Clifford Gibbs and a sister, Mary Laney.

Visitation will be on Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 from 3:00 pm-7:00 pm at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde, Ohio.

Private family services will be held.

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Visitation Date: 12/20/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main Street, Clyde


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Chuck McCurdy on December 22nd, 2013 - 7:37 pm said:
Luther was a wonderful addition to the Enos family cousins. And was nice to have a fellow airman in our midst.

Anna Gibbs on December 22nd, 2013 - 6:24 am said:
I became a part of this family in 2009 when I married Luther's son Doug. I was so blessed to know him. Even though I only got to have him in my life for such a short time he made me feel like family. Every time I left the farm he would hug me and tell me how glad he was that I married Doug. The last time I saw him when he wasn't doing so well he was still able to look at me and wink. He always made me smile. I will miss him. He was a great man who obviously touched many many lives. I love you Dad…..

Rex Damschroder on December 21st, 2013 - 6:05 pm said:
It was fifty years ago in 1963 that Luther climbed into an old Luscombe to give a skinny young kid a flying lesson. It was a few years later that Luther taught that kid the art of crop dusting. Over the years by his words and actions Luther taught many more lessons of aviation, of being a gentleman, of business, of philosophy and of life. This is one student that Luther left his mark on, Luther will always be remembered as a great American that we should all emulate.

Kaitlyn Mahoney on December 21st, 2013 - 5:49 pm said:
I'm so very sorry for your loss. Uncle Luther, though I did not know him very well, always left an impression. I have such fond memories of him like when we visited one time and Uncle Luther took us up in his plane. It was such an amazing experience, I remember my sister got to sit up front with him, she was thrilled. Another memory I have that has stuck with me was him having this gold chain and ring, it was a puzzle of sorts. There was a certain way to drop the ring in order for the chain to wrap around it and catch it before the ring hit the ground. He gave a set to me and only explained it when I had figured it out on my own. Then there are the countless stories my dad and grandmother have told me that all affirm that he was a wonderful person with a special place in their hearts. I wish I could have known him better but the memories I do have are irreplaceable and I'll treasure them always.

Frank Bernard Slessman on December 21st, 2013 - 6:14 am said:
Eleanor, Luther Allen, and Doug As Cliff's brother Luther kept his promise to continune Cliff's legacy. Luther assisted in many ways to the Gibbs family and their welfare. Luther has now experienced that one moment which "God the Father" reserves for all. Respectfully, Frank B. Slessman

Kelsie Mahoney on December 21st, 2013 - 5:54 am said:
Let me start by saying Uncle Luther will always be in my heart. When I think back on the time I got to spend with him, I think about how deeply it shaped me as a person. For starters, I was terrified of planes. That is until Uncle Luther heard about it. I was promptly told informed that I would be learning the ins and outs of one. The next day, with me sitting in the copilot seat, he explain how the air worked to create lift that got the plane airborne. With said science in mind, he then proceeded to let go of the controls. All he said was "you can do it." And I did it. I steered the plane. Granted, I was maybe ten or so at the time so he wisely took over the landing and takeoff, but nonetheless, for a minute I got a chance to fly. It was one of the most amazing moments I've ever been lucky enough to experience. I'll miss all the little things, like when he taught me how to climb a tree and I got stuck, (I may have flown a plane the day before, but I was still afraid of heights hahaha) or when my thumb wound up an inch deep into a stick of butter thanks to that old family prank. He always had something to teach my sister and I. It could be any topic under the sun, but there was always something. He would patiently encourage a barrage of questions, carefully answering each one, and then making sure the knowledge stuck. In fact, when he was visiting Grandma Norma's 80th birthday he taught my sister and I how to find studs in the wall. He had an uncanny knack for making that sort of thing fun for two kids. To this day, I remember and cherish everything he taught me. He was an incredible, loving uncle and I will think of him often. All my love, Kelsie

Sharon Blausey Elder on December 21st, 2013 - 3:20 am said:
To Luther's family....acknowledge your loss of a wonderful husband and father. Cherish many memories. I remember great times growing up with my Dad at Haar Airport and the two of them grinning in humor. Many a day waving at a low flying plane. Or when they use to throw out a roll of toilet paper and planes would fly through to cut it in half. Flying was a real joy and interest they shared. He will be greatly missed but watching over all of you from above

Sharon Blausey Elder on December 21st, 2013 - 3:19 am said:
To Luther's family....acknowledge your loss of a wonderful husband and father. Cherish many memories. I remember great times growing up with my Dad at Haar Airport and the two of them grinning in humor. Many a day waving at a low flying plane. Or when they use to throw out a roll of toilet paper and planes would fly through to cut it in half. Flying was a real joy and interest they shared. He will be greatly missed but watching over all of you from above

Cliff and Louise Gibbs on December 20th, 2013 - 11:49 pm said:
Cliff Gibbs: One of my best experiences in life was learning to fly from Uncle Luther. Immediately a couple of "experiences " come to mind. First of all everything he did in your training had a reason; each to teach an important lesson to become a good and safe pilot. Well almost, taking off in the middle of my training to go to Florida for the winter was devastating, How could my Uncle and Flight Instructor "just go to Florida in the Middle of my training"? Well we all knew Uncle Luther's Humor and for him this was absolutely hilarious! Actually, this made for many great laughs, the humor (irony) was just too good to let go. Another great memory, was in initial training, learning to fly the little Cessna 150. After doing many maneuvers , co-ordinated turns (un co-ordinated turns), altitude hold (like a porpoise of course), slow flight, stalls, etc. For anyone who has learned to fly you may remember the mental and physical work load to accomplish these tasks. Well Uncle Luther was very patient, yes, he sat in the right seat very patient, and when his required tasks were completed, he said TAKE ME HOME. After all the turns etc. he knew I absolutely had no idea where I was! So he said take me home, knowing, of course, I had no idea where I was , well he let me sweat (remember this was a learning experience), then let me off the hook and pointed us in the right direction. At that point I realized he was chuckling to himself the whole time just waiting for me to find out, well when I realized that, we were laughing out loud, another example of the bond we had. Another was grass strip landings at HARR field. As you may know HARR is 9 - 27, and landing 9 is between a row of 60 ft trees. Well to a student pilot that looks like threading a needle, and Uncle Luther knew what it looked like to me. With his coaching I learned to "fly the plane" and land with obstacles, another invaluable learning experience. Thank you Uncle Luther. Well you are never a pilot until you It was a beautiful day, sunny, light wind form the south doing take-off-landings on runways 6 - 24 at Sandusky Co Regnal - S24. On the third landing we were on upwind for 24 and Life Flight helicopter radioed for landing S24. We did a go around and they landed. With the rotators still running and us back in the pattern, Uncle Luther looked over to me and said "How do you feel - I think this would be a good time for you to solo. Perfect my instructor wants me to solo when life flight lands (great for my self confidence, but we all knew Uncle Luther's sense of humor), the rest is history. Thank you again Uncle Luther! Not to forget the lunches, and conversations we had with him and aunt Elinor prior to and after flight training. And the best times for all of us in Lake Tahoe, Great Memories. Louise Gibbs: I think I loved Uncle Luther from the day I met him, he reminded me so much of my grandpa and was a great story teller just like my grandpa was! He and Aunt Elinor welcomed me into the family ( as did all of you) with open arms. Uncle Luther gave me my first airplane ride in his beloved Piper Cherokee, the flight was short, from South Bass Island to the farm. I was a bit nervous but soon found out that I had no reason to be; finding out what an accomplished pilot he was. I trusted every time he and Cliff went for a lesson that the two of them would come home safely. Uncle Luther was our own personal weather man when we would travel home after a few weeks at Put in Bay, he would call every day to tell us whether ( no pun intended) or not we should leave, never know what the lakes would be like on the way back to Michigan. Rest in Peace, Louise

John, Gina, & Jenessa Gibbs on December 20th, 2013 - 10:23 pm said:
Thanksgivings were always special spent at Uncle Luther and Aunt Eleanor's - enjoying family, food, and shooting guns. We have fond memories of him taking us up in the plane. One of the memories that stand out for me (John) was one Sunday, Jack and I had dinner with Uncle Luther, Aunt Eleanor, Luther, and Doug. When we got ready for desert Aunt Eleanor had made a delicious berry pie (real dark berries, probably black berries or elderberries) and Doug was serving the pie. He decided to be funny and flip the pie upside down on his dad's plate, but he missed the plate and the pie ended up right on the front of Uncle Luther's white shirt. Then to top it off Jack was sitting across the table from Uncle Luther and had just taken a big drink of milk - which when he laughed the milk sprayed all over Uncle Luther - so he ended up with some milk to go with his pie.

Wendy & Art Garza on December 20th, 2013 - 9:36 pm said:
How can I ever begin to describe Uncle Luther? You are one of the most intelligent person I will and have ever known. I will always remember the summers we spend at the house helping Aunt Eleanor and the boys with the Corn business. Dorine & I loved the fact that you had an inground pool and we would do any work to trade for "pool time" We always used to tell you that if we put a curly wig on you that you and Mom (your sister Mary) would look exactly the same. You would just give us one of those "smiles", raise your eyebrow and shake your head. I have learned so many things from you that I will carry with me always. We will miss you dearly, but rejoice in the fact that you are with our Heavenly Father and we will see you again someday. I love you and all the family so very much! My prayers are with you Aunt Eleanor, Luther Allen and Doug.

Denise (Scherz) Valdez on December 20th, 2013 - 7:09 pm said:
As a teenager, the time came when hanging out with my parents and their friends was not cool, but when they said we were going to the Gibbs' farm, they got no argument. Going to the Gibbs' was always an adventure. One time the boys and my sister and I went for a ride. Now Luther was the only one old enough to drive but on the lanes in the corn fields, we all took turns. The car didn't suffer, nor did we but the cornfields took a beating. I guess I didn't know my left from my right and turned the wrong way. I was afraid to tell Luther and Eleanor about the ruined rows of corn, Luther just smiled and said maybe you should let your Father teach you. I guess he knew that would be punishment enough. Luther was always larger than life for me, understanding, kind and patient. He will be missed.

Helen Kromer on December 20th, 2013 - 6:05 pm said:
Dear Doug and family, so sorry for your loss. Your dad was certainly one of the pillars of Riley twp. My prayers are with you and the family at this difficult time. Helen

Ted and Margie Berlincourt on December 20th, 2013 - 8:20 am said:
Dear Douglas, We were so sorry to learn of Luther's death. Although his final years were terribly difficult, he was blessed for many more years with family love, admiration, and exceptional accomplishment. Our most sincere condolences to Eleanor and all of your family members. Ted and Marjorie A few words of remembrances follow: How do I remember my cousin Luther, four months my senior and therefore my closest of some 30 cousins on my mother’s side? In my earliest memories, Luther and I were in Riley Center on Uncle Albert's farm, dropping cabbage and tomato plants ahead of our elders, who followed along planting them. We especially enjoyed Uncle Albert's spectacular profanity. But most often, at that age, we played. Luther once talked me into a "friendly" boxing match. Never again! In the barn he talked me into jumping from an upper story into a stack of hay. Now, that was fun. Then there was the week my older brother, Don, and I attended school with Luther in the little one-room school in Riley Center. That was enlightening. But the real education followed when Luther told us how everything worked on a farm, and I do mean everything. Really? Later, with shotguns, we hunted pheasants and rabbits. And once we targeted telephone lines with Luther’s rifle. Mercifully, we were not accurate enough to get into trouble. Luther could be very persuasive. I recall how he talked me into taking a dip in the creek one December, assuring me that it really wouldn't be all that cold, and he'd come in right behind me. But, as I became instantly numb, he remained on the bank, laughing at my stupidity and gullibility. At that point, my brother, Don, gave him a swift push from behind, and Luther found himself in the creek with me. Later, Luther and I double dated on occasion. Then we both spent time in the military. During that time his older brother, Cliff, learned to fly and later purchased a surplus military airplane. Unbeknownst to Cliff, Luther had also learned to fly while in uniform, and, upon returning home, climbed into Cliff’s plane and, to Cliff’s astonishment, promptly took off in it. Luther once informed me that he was such an accomplished aviator that he could write his name in the snow with the wingtip of his airplane. Nonetheless, as the years went by, he became a solid citizen, marrying, establishing a thriving flying business, and serving at the highest levels in local and national organizations. The highest compliment I have ever been paid was being mistaken for Luther at our 50th high school reunion. Despite my baldness, I have often been told that he and I looked a lot alike, but this classmate insisted that I was Luther and that I was pulling her leg by insisting I was his cousin. Of course, leg pulling was certainly in character for Luther, and, so she maintained, I had to be Luther. Finally, I will forever be grateful to Luther for the flying lesson he gave me years ago. Ever since, I’ve been able to claim that I’ve flown an airplane. Just don’t ask if I’ve taken off or landed one. On Dec 17, 2013, at 7:51 PM, Douglas wrote: Sent from my iPad

Susan Kay on December 20th, 2013 - 6:54 am said:
Always in our hearts…Uncle Luther! We love you & we miss you...your good humor, kind help, & guidance. We had many good times at your home, and many weddings in CT & MA that would not have been complete without you. To Luther Allen & Doug you gave the gift of flight, with some memorable rides for the rest of us! To Aunt Eleanor, you gave a life of precious memories. With love of family & friends, service to the community, and hard work, together you showed us the well-lived life. I am thinking of you, Aunt Eleanor, and sending my love to you all. God Bless!

Sister Judith Mary Frederick on December 20th, 2013 - 1:02 am said:
Dear Eleanor, "Little" Luther, and Doug, My prayer and sympathy to you at the death oof "Big" Luther. What a great man!! How many fond memories are going through my head as I write this!! May Luther know God's eternal embrace of love! I can just imagine the welcome that my Mom and Dad gave him- what fun they are having now!! Know that you will continue to be in my thoughts and prayer. I'm so sorry I cannot be there. Love, Sister Judy

Richard Joseph Ret: Chief of Police, Fremont, Ohio on December 19th, 2013 - 9:12 pm said:
From south Texas we send our condolence to the family. Luther was a good friend always willing to pitch in and help, His intelligence and good will and spirit was always appreciated.

Bill Kuhlman on December 19th, 2013 - 6:01 pm said:
Luther, Sue & Brian, My deepest sympathy on the loss of Luther, Sr. I'll miss his smile, kindness and interesting stories. May God speed. The Bill Kuhlman Family

Denise (Scherz) Valdez on December 19th, 2013 - 2:25 am said:
My thoughts and prayers to the family. Many memories flood my mind as I think of the great adventures at the Gibbs farm. We always wanted to go with Dad to visit the Gibbs'. I am forever glad that my parents had such good friends in Luther and Eleanor. He will be missed.

Clarence(Sonny) and Joanne Jones on December 18th, 2013 - 10:04 pm said:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow

Marilyn Taylor on December 18th, 2013 - 9:56 pm said:
My vivid memory (maybe) was that Luther, a young pilot and trusted cousin, got my mother's permission to take me up in a biplane - Steerman or N3N. He secured me in tightly - look MOM, NO LID (ROOF)! This was a thrill and he asked if I wanted to do a trick or two. SURE!! My poor Mother, watching from the ground became very upset! When we landed - she was pretty mad and her words told him that, as well. It was fun for me but not for him!

Larry E. Taylor on December 18th, 2013 - 9:39 pm said:
I always enjoyed time spent with Luther, cousin by marriage. He had a mixture of seriousness and humor that made conversation interesting and comfortable. I always admired his career in flying and always appreciated the times he would take me up in his planes. He also faced a very difficult decision due to a wind change while he had our three children up with us. His quick thinking and action saved all of our lives while my wife watched on the ground with their 2 sons. Luther Gibbs, a great human being, pilot and friend.

Rose Day on December 18th, 2013 - 9:28 pm said:
Condolences Doug and Anna and the rest of the Gibbs family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Nathan Mckee on December 18th, 2013 - 6:20 pm said:
I remember at one of the first Thanksgivings that I was invited to we were shooting rounds at clay pigeons. Luther and I both had old shotguns and everyone was making fun of them. We both ended up being the last two standing in a shoot out and it took three rounds to decide the winner. I missed first, He won ! I could not have lost to a better man ! He and Elenore always considered me as part of there family. I am blessed to have known him and will miss him greatly.

Mary on December 18th, 2013 - 5:28 pm said:
Dear Eleanor & family: You have my heartfelt sympathy to you for your loss of a wonderful father. Eleanor, My thoughts, prayers, and love to YOU. You will do well e specially because of your loving family. Sorry I can't be there with you now. From your "phone buddy". Mary Ann


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Delmar H. Koch
08/10/1924 - 12/14/2013


Delmar H. Koch, 89, of Bellevue, died Saturday, December 14, 2013 at his home.

He was born August 10, 1924 in Bellevue, Ohio to the late Harvey and Elizabeth (Hazelbach) Koch.

Mr. Koch was an active member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Bellevue, where he held many offices over the years. He served as a member of church council and had held the office of President. Delmar was also instrumental in working to get a newly refurbished pipe organ installed at the church. He was a member of the Bellevue American Legion, Post 46; Lutheran Brotherhood Educational Officer, Branch 8592 (now Thrivent); and one of the founders of the Bellevue Jaycees. Delmar enjoyed working outdoors, volunteering, and putting together puzzles.

Delmar graduated from Bellevue High School in 1942 and served our country throughout Europe in the US Army Air Force during WWII. He was discharged in December 1946 from the 876th Airborne Engineer Aviation Battalion. After returning home, Delmar worked at Purity Maid Dairy from 1948-1969. He then worked for Beckley Plumbing and Heating, retiring in 1989. Having enjoyed plumbing, Delmar had been plumbing for himself since 1990.

On February 24, 1946 he married Georgine (Poths) and she survives in Bellevue. Also surviving are their children: Garry (Jan) Koch of Upper Arlington and Barbara (Daniel) Pavlik of Catawba Island; three granddaughters; two great-grandsons; and his brother, Melvin Koch of Virginia Beach.

In addition to his parents, Delmar was preceded in death by his siblings: Marian Hampser, Donald Koch, Phylis Gregory, Lavern Koch, and Orville Koch.

Visitation will be 4-7:00pm on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at the Auxter Funeral Home, 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue. His funeral service will be 11:00am Thursday, December 19 at St. John's Lutheran Church, 209 Southwest Street, Bellevue. Rev. Juli Lejman-Guy will officiate. Burial will follow in Bellevue City Cemetery. Military graveside services will be provided by the Bellevue American Legion, VFW, and Four County Marines.

Memorials may be given to St. John's Lutheran Church Property Committee, designated for parking lot resurfacing or outdoor restoration of the building.

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Visitation Date: 12/18/2013

Visitation Location: Auxter Funeral Home - 1105 Castalia Street, Bellevue

Funeral Date: 12/19/2013

Funeral Location: St. John's Lutheran Church - 209 Southwest Street, Bellevue


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Cathy Dearth on December 21st, 2013 - 7:49 pm said:
Our sincere sympathy to Georgine and family. We hope that all your wonderful memories will bring you some comfort. Tom & Cathy Dearth

Hearwright on December 19th, 2013 - 6:14 pm said:
Our sincere condolences to you Georgine and your family. May GOD Bless you and be with you all at this difficult time. Thoughts and prayers; Norwalk Office- Gino Colace, Cheryl Good and Brenda Pittenger

Linda Cummings on December 19th, 2013 - 1:36 am said:
Georgine, I was heartbroken to hear of your Dear Delmar’s death. Your love for one another was always so evident, and the two of you touched the lives of all who came to know you. I am so sorry for your loss and send my love and prayers to your entire family. Although I am unable to be there in Bellevue to offer comfort, I want you to know that I have treasured my relationship with you and Delmar. I have the fondest of memories of the times we spent together. Delmar was such a sweet, thoughtful and funny man, and I will miss him very much. Again, my deepest sympathies, and I will check in with you by phone next week. Love You, Linda

Becky Hemchak on December 19th, 2013 - 1:00 am said:
May God comfort you and your family in this time of your loss. So sorry for all of you it is never easy to lose a loved one but God and prayer helps all of us.

Mr & Mrs Charles Keller on December 19th, 2013 - 12:43 am said:
Delmar will be sorely missed. Besides knowing him for many years. he will be missed at the Coppertop Bake shop

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Norma Schaechterle on December 18th, 2013 - 3:13 am said:
Dear Georgine and Garry, My sincere condolences to you and your family. Although I have not known Delmar very long I was so impressed with your love for each other. I know that this is a very difficult time for you and your family, having lost my husband of 64 years in July of this year. You and your family are in my thoughts & prayers. God Bless!

Beth Lenhart on December 18th, 2013 - 1:47 am said:
I have many fond memories of Uncle Delmar - making everyone laugh and always having a witty remark or joke to share. I will miss him! Love and sympathies to Aunt Georgine and the family.

Judy and Jeff brown on December 17th, 2013 - 2:53 am said:
We are so glad we got to see Delmar for dinner at windward passage. We believed it was his favorite place to eat in Columbus Ohio. We will miss him, Judy and Jeff brown

Jeff and Sandy Wilson on December 17th, 2013 - 2:10 am said:
I thank God that after so many years we were able to get together and spend time together. You reminded me so much of my own father. You will be missed by so many people.

John David Koch on December 17th, 2013 - 12:04 am said:
Best and funniest uncle a person could have. Will miss you.

Beth Koch & Luca Robbins on December 16th, 2013 - 11:54 pm said:
Dearest Aunt Georgine, Gary, Barbie and family. We are so very sorry for the loss of Uncle Delmar! He was such a bright light in the Koch family and we could always count on a good laugh with him! As my brothers and I were talking about Uncle Delmar we remembered our visit to your home a few years back and he was wrestling with Luca on the floor, always a kid at heart. What more can we say than we will miss him and Love him. I wish we could be there to Swap stories about Delmar but I'm sure there are plenty to tell. Sending you love and support during this time of loss, but I'm certain Uncle Delmar is up there with his brothers and Harvey having a good laugh! Xo Beth & Luca

James & Mary Yingling on December 16th, 2013 - 10:59 pm said:
Our sympathy to you, Georgine and your family.

Doris, Michael & Louise Ann Wireman on December 16th, 2013 - 12:02 am said:
Our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family


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Bradley Thomas Storer
09/30/1962 - 12/11/2013


Bradley Thomas Storer, 51, of Huron, Ohio died at his home on Wednesday, December 11, 2013.

Brad was born in Sandusky on September 30, 1962 to the now deceased Daryl Thomas and Patricia Ann (Benkey) Storer.

In 1981, he graduated from Clyde High School and then in 1985 from Bowling Green State University. Brad was recently the Erie County Home Administrator.

Mr. Storer enjoyed all sports. He had the hobby of poker, in which he took pleasure. Brad lived and breathed sports, especially basketball. He carried that through with his coaching in Huron baseball and 4-5-and 6 grade traveling basketball team. He was a great mentor to all the athletes he was privileged to know.

On May 8, 1993, he married Laurie Kay Meek. She survives, as do their children, Abbey Storer and Adam Storer. Two sisters: Kriss (Tom) Shook of Maumee; Leslie (Tom) Polk of Fremont and four brothers: Greg (Julie) Storer of Mason; Tim (Judi) Storer of Findlay; Jeff (Emma) Storer of Clyde and Andy (Lisa) Storer of Delta also survive.

Visitation will be on Sunday, December 15, 2013 from 2-6:00 pm at the Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home, 218 South Main St., Clyde. The funeral will be Monday, December 16, 2013 at 10:30 am at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Forest Street, Clyde.

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Visitation Date: 12/15/2013

Visitation Location: Mitchell-Auxter Funeral Home - 218 South Main Street, Clyde

Service Date: 12/16/2013

Service Location: St. Paul Lutheran Church - Forest St., Clyde, Ohio


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Denise (Scherz) Valdez on December 19th, 2013 - 2:40 am said:
My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Brenda Wing Gilbert on December 17th, 2013 - 4:54 am said:
Laurie & family...thoughts & prayers your way...may God's peace comfort you & help you get thru the difficult days ahead...(((hugs))) to you all...sincerest condolences...

Peggy and Amanda on December 17th, 2013 - 1:30 am said:
Lori, Abbey and Adam, You had a great father, husband, and friend to many around Erie County. I only knew him thru my sister but knew he was a great person to all those who had the pleasure of his association. My sister had the up most respect for him as a person and boss. He will be forever missed. God Bless you and your family during this difficult time.

Trudi Ray Speer on December 16th, 2013 - 10:53 pm said:
I am praying for peace and comfort for all of you. With deepest sympathy. Trudi

Bryan Adler on December 16th, 2013 - 7:52 am said:
I'm sorry to hear about Brad. We played cards together over at Tom Legando's on sunday night. We all had fun together but my fondest memory is our late night games with Steve West,Duane Warren, myself and Brad. I will always remember those good times with Brad! My thoughts and prayers go out to Brad's family.

PAT MILLER on December 16th, 2013 - 2:42 am said:
Dear Laurie and family, Our deepest sympathy is with you!!!!!!!! I thought visiting was until 8:00, so we could not make it this evening. I will be at the funeral, not sure about Gus being there. Our hearts are so full of pain for all of you that have to go through the death of Brad. We will continue to pray for peace and comfort for all of you. Pat Miller

Diana Frankowski on December 16th, 2013 - 1:21 am said:
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Storer family and anyone who knows this special family. I wish I could be there to wrap my arms around you and comfort you. I am thinking of you constantly.

Kathy Richey on December 15th, 2013 - 10:08 pm said:
I am so sorry to hear about Brad! He was the greatest administrator I had while I was at Crestwood Care Center. I have such great memories of him and his antics! I know he will be missed by all and you all have my thoughts and prayers as you go through this terrible ime.

Janet Dickman on December 15th, 2013 - 8:48 am said:
My sympathy to the Storer family for your loss; may Brad rest in peace.

Kelly Brooks Darr on December 14th, 2013 - 12:57 am said:
Thinking of all of you.

Claudia krisjanis on December 13th, 2013 - 9:14 pm said:
Love and hugs to all the Storers. Peace be with you.

Michael Haley on December 13th, 2013 - 8:17 pm said:
My condolences, Storer family, Brad was a great man.

Leroy Lemmon on December 13th, 2013 - 7:18 pm said:
Our condolences to Patty and the Storer family.

Deb Noward on December 13th, 2013 - 6:04 am said:
I am so very sorry for your loss.

Carole Wise, RN on December 13th, 2013 - 3:56 am said:
We are so sorry to hear of Brad's passing. I will always remember Brad working at his family's nursing home and being very kind and patient with all of the elderly residents there. Our sympathy not only to his family, but also to his community at such a great loss.

Wendy Craft, Shelby, Ohio on December 13th, 2013 - 3:44 am said:
Laurie, Adam and Abbey: So sorry to hear of Brad's passing. He was a great guy and boss(Crestwood Care Center). You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Wendy Craft


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05/01/1924 - 10/06/2015

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Mary K. Steinert

08/01/1960 - 10/06/2015

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Roger P. Tea

08/17/1944 - 10/07/2015

Roger P. Tea, 71, of Clyde, died at his home on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. Roger was born in Fremont, Ohio on August 17, 1944 to Lloyd Lowell and ... Read more

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