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OH, Eric (Sharae) Hains of Hanover and Jenna Hains of New Albany; a brother, Jerry Quesenberry of Batavia, OH; sisters, Janet Minnick of Batavia, OH and Lois Rose of Williamsburg, OH; 7 grandchildren, Logan, Carson, and Caitlyn Welker; Audrey, Amanda and ... (www.meaningfulfunerals.net)
He received numerous scholarship offers from all over the country in all three major sports and accepted a football scholarship to The Ohio State University as a ... first base for their minor league team in Batavia, N.Y. By then, he was married to his ... (Cleveland Jewish News)
Hazel was of the Church of Christ faith and a member of the Order of Eastern Star Linden Chapter #348 in Marathon, Ohio. She moved from Batavia, Ohio, to the Spring City community in 1996. Hazel was preceded in death by her companion of 45 years ... (The Herald-News)
Friends will be received one hour before the service at Glen Este Church of Christ, 937 Cincinnati Batavia Pike, Batavia, OH 45245, where he was a devoted member. Interment will follow at Cherry Fork Cemetery, Cherry Fork, Ohio. Visitation will be on ... (legacy.com)
You may view the entire obituary by selecting the following link ... Mary Jane Wolf Sparkman, age 67, was born on October 15, 1949, and grew up in Batavia, OH. Jane resided in London, KY for the past 44 years where she died on the evening of October ... (www.facebook.com)
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