|Taken from the Jackson Newsaper dated May 16, 1984
DONALD SCOTT ROBINSON
Donald Scott Robinson, 58, of 597 Oak Hollow Dr., Columbus, died May
14 (1984) in
Doctor's Hospital, Columbus.
He was born April 24, 1926, in Chilicothe and was the husband of the
Opal Justice who survives.
Also surviving are three sons, Donald, Joseph and David Robinson, all
Columbus; two daughters, Mary Hensel and Dreama Robinson, both of Columbus;
brother, Howard Robinson, Missouri; three sisters, Mary Bennett and
Turvy, both of Chillicothe and Gladys Toughy, North Carolina; a grandson,
Bradly Scott who lived with him and eight other grandchildren; several
Mr. Robinson was a retired superintendent for Wonder Bakery, Columbus.
Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Thursday in the Graumlich and Son Funeral
Home 1361 S. High St., Columbus, with Rev. Carl Erwin officiating.
will follow in Sunset Cemetery, Columbus. Friends may call at the funeral
home 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today.
WILLIAM E. SHORT
William E. "Ed" Short, 76, of 1196 Blacksmith Hill Road, died 6:12
15 in Medical Center Hospital following an exended illness.
He was born Aug. 8,, 1907, in Byer to David and Stella Collins Short.
the husband of the former Marcellene Ludford who died in 1960.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Van (Valerie) Porter, Londonderry; a
Michael A. Short, Kingston; grandchildren, Maria Porter, Michael Edward
Brent Allen Short. He was predeceased by a brother and a sister.
Mr. Short was a construction welder and pipe fitter. He retired in
1977 as a
welder from te Ross County Engineering Department.
Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. Friday in the Fawcett-Oliver and
Funeral Home with Revs. Barry Bennett and Larry Ault officiating. Burial
follow in Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home
Thursday. Memorial contributions may be made to the Springfield Township
Department or Kingston United Methodist Church.
Mary Ann Dangler
Mary Ann Dangler, passed away in her home in West Leipsic on Wednesday
morning, September 28.
She was taken to the Purnell Funeral Home where she will remain until
the funeral which will be Friday afternoon at 2:00 at the funeral home
with Rev. Chivington of the West Leipsic Evangelical United Brethern
Church officiating, with burial at the Harmon Cemetery near Gilboa.
Mrs. Dangler was born on July 29, 1868 in Franklin County, Ohio to
and Mrs. Patrick Noon both of whom preceded her in death. She
Putnam County from Deshler, Ohio. She was married on June 8,
Daniel Dangler who survives.
There are three sons, Homer of Leipsic, Irvin of Belmore and Chester
Deshler; and two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Brooks of Leipsic, and Mrs.
Effie Henry of Deshler. One son, William died in infancy.
There are two sisters: Mrs. Kate Doepker of Ottawa, Mrs. Celia Kerner
Glandorf and two brothers: Edward Noon of Miller City and Patrick Noon
of Sapulpa, Okla. Two brothers John and Thomas Noon and one sister,
Elizabeth preceded her in death.
Mrs. Dangler was a member of the Leipsic E.U.B. Church.
NOTE: Mrs. Dangler was actually born in Madison County, Ohio
LEIPSIC FREE PRESS, LEIPSIC, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1949
Bryan Welch was born in Madison County, Ohio, near Plain City, on March
12, 1863 and died at his home two miles south of Spencerville, Indiana,
on June 20, 1939 at the age of 76 years, 3 months and 8 days.
On September 16, 1888 he was married to Ida Sands, of Ottawa, Ohio,
preceded him in death on February 29, 1932. To this union were
four sons and four daughters, all of whom survive the parents, and
as follows: Ivan, at home; Eva Cartmill, of Darlington, Indiana;
Sauder, of Grabill, Ind; Chester, of Angola, Ind.; Hazel Nichols, of
Butler, Ind.; Everett and Adrian, both of Ft. Wayne, and Edna Shroyer,
of Auburn. Besides the four sons and four daughters to mourn
departure fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
They moved from Henry County, Ohio, in 1911 to Indiana and resided
mile southeast of Bair's bridge in Allen County.
The funeral was held from the home Friday, June 23, with burial in
Spencerville Cemetery, conducted by Rev. Earl Clayton.
ST. JOE NEWS, Thursday, July 6, 1932
Mrs. Byron Welch
Mrs. Byron Welch, aged 64, passed away Monday noon, February 29, at
home northeast of Grabill and one- half mile east of Horn school house,
after an illness of several months. Surviving are the husband;
sons, Chester, of Angola, Edward, of Columbus, Ohio, and Ivan and Edan
at home; four daughters Mrs. Simon Nichols of Newville. Mrs.
Cartmill, of Darlington, Mrs. Irven Sauder, of Grabill and Mrs. Kenneth
Miller, at home, and twelve grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, March 2, at the home.
Burial took place in the Spencerville cemetery.
ST. JOE NEWS, Thursday, July 6, 1932
CHESTER L. FARLEY
Chester L. Farley, 92 of Akron, died May 24.
Mr. Farley was born in Ottawa, Ohio, and had been an area resident
1917. He was employed at the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. as
supervisor, retiring with 44 years service. Mr. Farley was a
St. Mary's Catholic Church and the Catholic Order of Foresters.
He was preceded in death by son, Myron, in 1974, and his wife, Mary
1980. He is survived by his sister, Florence Broadbent of Akron,
daughter-in-law, Veronica Farley of Akron, nieces and nephews.
Calling hours 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Dunn-Quigley-Ciriello and
Funeral Home, 811 Grant St., Akron. Mass of Christian Burial
Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Internment Holy Cross Cemetery.
Akron Beacon Journal, Wednesday, May 25, 1988
FARLEY, JOHN; age 80, died Wednesday evening at the residence, 294
Glenwood Ave. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Merle Davis,
Anna M., and one son, Walter F. Farley; one brother, Phillip; one
sister, Mrs. John Ridenour; 23 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services Saturday morning, 10 o'clock, at St. Martha's church
Internment in Ottawa, Ohio.
AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1933
FARLEY, MARTHA; 60 years, wife of John and mother of Anna, Ella, Mrs.
M.V. Davis and Walter F., died Friday morning at the residence, 294
Glenwood Ave. of exhaustion. She is also survived by one sister.
remains will be taken to Ottawa, Ohio, Sunday for funeral services
AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1928
Mrs. Sarah Curry
Another of our aged pioneers in the person of Mrs. Sarah Curry, wife
venerable fellow citizen Judge Curry, departed this life at 9:30 o'clock
m. on Friday the 29th ult., aged 82 years, 3 months and 26 days. The
deceased was born in Berkley county, Va., January 3rd, 1788, and removed
with her father and mother, the late John and Sarah VanAusdal, and
members of the family, including our aged fellow citizen, C. VanAusdal,
Preble county in the year 1807. In June 1843, she was married to Wm.
her now aged and afflicted husband. Besides her husband, Mrs. Curry
survived by a son and two daughters, and a number of grandchildren.
Clem V. Best
Clem V. Best, 75, one of Canton's pioneer resident and for many years
identified with the lighting industry of Canton, died Wednesday night
in his home,
1617 Woodland ave. NW, following a brief illiness. Mr.Best
was born in
Carrollton and at the age of three years moved to Canton with his family.
When a very young man he became interested in lighting and its equipment
in a short time was head of the Ohio Lighting Company, which was later
by the Sun Vapor company. In the year 1896 with his brother, Grant
formed the Best Lighting company. He served as its president
He was the holder of a number of patents incident to lights and lighting
He retired from active business, May 1, 1920. Mr. Best
was for many years
a member of the First M.E. Church and Washington Cousell, Jr., O.U.A.M.
He leaves two sons, Homer, of the home, and Charles, of Canton; a daughter,
Mrs. Rev. Charles Johnston, of Bissfield, a granddaughter and a step-grandson,
also a sister, Mrs. Eva D. MacDonald of Los Angeles.
Glenn W. BEST
Glenn W., 59, of 1809 18st, NE, passed away in Aultman Hospital Saturday
morning. He was a life resident of Canton, was a Union Metal
employee for over 25 years. Surviving are his wife, Beulah C.,
home, one son, Dwain K., of Cleveland; one daughter, Mrs. Kennith
(Beverly) Hepler, of Mountain View, Cal.; one brother, Earl R., of
Youngtown; and one sister, Mrs.Alvin (Alta) Hogg, of Toledo, Ohio;
grandchildren. Services 1:30 pm Tuesday in the Schnerberger
1137 N. Market. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday 3-5
and 7-9 pm.
Delores R. "Dee Dee" Sanzenbacher
Delores R. "Dee Dee" Sanzenbacher passed away Friday at the Medical
College of Ohio Hospital. She was an active member of St. Paul's
Church of Maumes. Delores was a loving, caring wife, mother and
and an understanding, sympathetic and trusted friend. There will be
void left in the lives of all whom she touched. She is survived
loving husband, John: also daughter, Linda Sanzenbacher, Fl., and
son-in-law, Joseph, of Longwood, Fl., and son, John Sanzenbacher Jr.,
Debra, of Maumes; 4 grandchildren, Kristen, Sarah, Scott and Jeremy.
graveside service will be held Tuesday 11am in Ottawa Hills Memorial
Park. A Memorial Service will be held Saturaday, Nov-17, 11am
at St Paul's
Episcopal Church, Maumes. The family suggest contributions to
Episcopal Church Preservation Fund or Shrine Hospital. Arrangements
Walker Funeral Home, 4315 Talmadge Rd.
Donald E. Best
Funeral services for Donald E. Best Sr., 68, of 1077 Greenleaf Blvd.,
Fort Myers, Fla., who died at his Elkhart home at 7:35 a.m. Friday,
Aug. 21, 1987, will be at 10 am Tuesday at the Hartzler-Gitermuth Funeral
Home. The Rev. Jack Pavy, pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church,
officiate. Burial will be in Rice Cemetery. Friends
may call from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 pm Monday at the funeral home. He was born Oct. 5,
Canton, Ohio. He married Norma Whiteman on Feb. 15, 1944, in
Youngtown, Ohio. She survives with three sons, Donald E.,
Jr. and Richard L.,
both of Elkhart, and Larry, Plano, Texas; seven grandchildren; and
sister, Mrs. Glenn (Arlene) Wiseman,Youngstown. Mr. Best was
a member of the
Trinity United Methodist Church and was an associate member of the
Chapel by the Sea, Fort Myers. Memorials may be made to
Trinity or to the
Indiana Kins Cancer Control Fund. He was a real estate
financier. A decade ago, he was instrumental in acquiring
property for the
Superblock project. Superblock became the site for the Midway
Lodge, of which he was a general partner. Mr. Best moved to Elkhart
1964 from Springfield, Mich., a suburb of Battle Creek.
incorporate Springfield. After arriving in Elkhart, he
was president of
the Mercury Finance Co. from 1958-63; he founded the Best Realty Co.
served as its president untill his death. For many years, Mr. Best
active in the residential and commercial property management field.
served as a director of Indiana State Realtors Assn. from 1973-76.
He was a
member and past president of Elkhart Board of Realtors. He was
president of the Elkhart Credit Bureau and longtime member of the
Elkhart Chamber of Commerce. He served on the board of directors
Sheltered Workshop. He was active in the Cub Scouts in
Elkhart and was
past district commissioner of Boy Scouts of America. He was active
United Way of Elkhart County and was a past chairman of the Downtown
Division of the United Way, Elkhart. Mr. Best was past
president of the
Elkhart Lions Club and past district governor of Lions International.
wa a member of the Elks Lodge and Moose Lodge, both of Elkhart.
He was a
member of Kane Masonic Lodge and was a 32nd Degree Scottish Rite
Mason Valley of South Bend. He was a member of Orak Temple, Michigan
City. Mr. Best also served in the U.S Army during World War II.