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Joan will be deeply missed by her children, Jeffrey K. (Tami) Lindsay of Cortland, Ohio, Lauri Ann (Skip) Powell of Warren, Ohio and Art “Scooter” Lindsay of Findley, Ohio; six grandchildren, Zachary Lindsay, Dustin Lindsay, Danielle Lindsay ... (WKBN)
Ohio; two nephews, John (Janeth) Penn of Jacksonville, Florida; and Nelson (Robyn) Penn of Powell, Ohio. Memorial services for Roger were held on January 22, 2017, in Dayton at the Westminster Presbyterian Church. Burial will take place in Riverside ... (The Daily Standard)
She is also survived by two children, Kelly (Michael) Misich of Delaware, Ohio, and Dr. Andrew (Devry) Shirk of Lima; four stepchildren, Jane Ragozine of Akron, William F. (Mary Beth) Shirk of Powell, David (Katrina) Shirk of Cincinnati and Adam (Robi ... (Bellefontaine Examiner)
He made several trips to Hawaii with family and friends, visited Jamaica, St. Thomas and, in 2012, he was a member of one of the Northwestern Ohio Honor Flights to visit ... Berle and family of Powell, Myna Riedel of Tiffin and Chris (Joe) McDonald of ... (The Advertiser-Tribune)
Bonnie was a former employee of Belmont National Bank, Ohio Valley Medical Center, Frank M. Powell Petroleum, and Belmont County Community Action Commission. She was a member and Elder of the former Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church, and Order of the ... (Times-Leader)
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