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Frances Frisch FREMONT: Frances Frisch, 97, of Fremont passed away on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Toledo. Arrangements are pending at the Herman-Karlovetz Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Fremont. (legacy.com)
She was also a former member of the Elks Club, an Emblem Club member for 45 years, three-time past president of Fostoria Emblem Club and state of Ohio president from 1990-1991, and was a member of the Emblem Club, Fremont, at the time of her death. (The Advertiser-Tribune)
OH. She was born December 2, 1932 in Fremont, OH to Orille and Pearl (Stover) Snyder; both preceded her in death. Survivors include two sons, Jeff (Teresa) Griswold and Greg Griswold, both of Celina, OH; a sister, Lois Snyder, MI; a brother Russell Snyder ... (The Daily Standard)
(Dyer) Bletch, 94, of Toronto, OH, passed away Friday, Feb. 3 ... Surviving is her son, Vincent “Bud” (Sherry) Bletch of Fremont, NC; her daughter Karen Kozar with whom she resided and Karen’s fiance Joe Cimino of Weirton, WV; four grandchildren ... (Weirton Daily Times)
He was born on October 1, 1927, in Luckey, Ohio, to Charles and Neva (Wagoner) Briggs. On October 7, 1950, he married Katie Klausz in Fremont, Ohio, and she preceded him in death on June 14, 2006. For many years he was the office manager for Briggs ... (The Cresent News)
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