|Admiral Dewey Ayers
Admiral Dewey Ayers, 76, of Majestic Oaks, in
Ocala, Fla., died Monday at the Ocala Regional Medical Center. A native
of Middlesboro, Ky., he lived in Oxford until moving to Zephyr Hills, Fla.
in 1987 and later moved to Ocala.
Services will be 2 p.m. today at the Living Waters
Worship Center, in Ocala with the Rev. Keith Barron officiating. Burial
will be in the Highland Memorial Park. Visitation was Wednesday. Hiers
Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Raymond L. Brown
Raymond L. Brown, 72, of Somerville, Ohio died
May 7, 1998, at home. He was born on June 27, 1925, in Williamsburg, Ky.
He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in September 1943, served
in the Pacific Theater and participated in the occupation of Japan during
WWII.Funeral services were held Saturday, May 9, at the R.C. Nein &,
Sons - Limber Funeral Home/Willard Moss Jr Memorial Chapel, Camden. The
Rev. Dennis Roman officiated.
Burial at the Somerville Cemetery, Somerville,
Charles Leonard Cameron
Charles Leonard Cameron, 77 of Oxford, died May
7, 1998, at the McCullough Hyde Hospital in Oxford. He was born on April
27, 1921 in Hamilton. He was a W.W.11 veteran for three years serving in
the South Pacific. In 1965 he opened Cameron Office and School Supplies
on High Street in Oxford, then in 1970 he bought. another Office Supply
Company in Hamilton in which he later sold to his son due to health reasons
and then retired.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 11, at
the St. Mary Catholic Church in Oxford. Smith & Ogle Funeral Home,
Oxford, was in charge of the arrangements.
Burial was at the Oxford Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Oxford Life Squad,
St. Mary's Catholic Church or the McCullough Hyde Hospital.
Cora Gwilt, 77, of 215 W. High St., Liberty,
Ind., died May 11, 1998, at the Hillcrest Estates Nursing Home, Liberty.
She was born on Aug. 27,1920. Services were held Thursday, at the Showalter-Blackwell
Funeral Home, Baker-Fosdick Chapel, Liberty, with the Rev. Ron Taulbee
of the First Baptist Church, Brookville, Ind., officiating. Burial will
follow at a later date with a memorial service at Oak Grove Cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be made to the American Heart Association in her memory
at the funeral home.
Jacob Michael Prescott
Jacob Michael Prescott, infant son of Kevin and
Francis Nichole (Christian) Prescott, of Morning Sun, Ohio, died Sunday
at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital.
The family received friends Thursday at the R.C.
Nein and Sons-Limber Funeral Home, Camden. Graveside services were held
at the Fairmount Cemetery in Camden.
Linda Louise Bruck
Linda Louise Bruck, age 61, a resident of Strongsville,
Ohio, formerly a resident of Hamilton eleven years ago, died at her residence
on May 13. 1998. She was born in Richmond, Ind., on Oct. 4, 1936.
Funeral services were hold at the Webb Noonan
Funeral Home, Monday with the Rev. Dennis Miller officiating. Burial was
at the Greenwood Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to tho P.E.O.
Chapter E.Y., in c/o, 18989 Saratoga Trail, Strongsville, Ohio 44136.
Ann E. Dees
Ann E. Dees, age 79, of New Miami, died at her
residence at May 16, 1998. She was born in Owsley County, Ky., on May 9,
She worked for Pillsbury for twenty-five years,
retiring in 1978. She was a member of the New Miami First Church of God.
Funeral services were held at the New Miami First
Church of God Wednesday, May 20, with the Rev. Earl Harmon, officiating.
Webb-Noonan Funeral Home, Hamilton, was in charge
of the arrangements. Burial was at Rose Hill Burial Park.
The family suggest memorials be directed to New
Miami First Church of God, Fund for Needy Care or the donors charity of
Philip Donald Murray
Philip Donald Murray, 89, died May 11, 1998.
He was born in Oxford, Ohio, in 1909.
Don was a graduate of McGuffey High School where
he was a star athlete. He and his wife Jane owned and operated the Oxford
Farm Service until retiring.Remains will be cremated and a memorial service
will be held in Oxford Cemetery in Oxford, Ohio.
Memorials may be made to the Oxford Masonic Lodge
F&AM No. 67 or the Order of the Eastern Star Oxford Chapter No. 225.
Hobert E. Hollon
Hobert E. Hollon, 76, of West Elkton, died May
16, 1998, at his home. He was born Sept. 13, 1921, in Morgan County, Ky.
He was a resident of Gratis Township most of his life with the exception
of the years he served in the U.S Army.Graveside services were held Wednesday,
May 20. Burial followed at Fairmound Cemetery, West Elkton, with the Rev.
Rueben Cabanillas officiating.
The family requests that memorials may be sent
to the West Elkton U.M. Church, West Elkton, Ohio in lieu of flowers.
Winnie North, 82, formerly of Oxford, died peacefully
May 17, 1998, in Scottsdale, Ariz., following a brief illness. Born and
raised in Chicago, Winnie and her husband Marshall and sons Bill and Jack
came to Oxford in 1953.
She will be interred in the Oxford cemetery.
John (Jack) E. Rogers
John (Jack) E. Rogers, 74, of Oxford, died May
1, 1998, at the Oxford View Nursing Home as a result of lung cancer. He
was born on Sep. 18, 1923.
Funeral service were held Wednesday, May 6, at
the Smith & Ogle Funeral Home, Oxford.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Oxford
Senior Citizens Center.