Group 4 and 38 - Descendants of an unknown Zimmerman-222353
likely of Switzerland
who came to North America in various emigrations


1658. Helmer Edmund Carpenter

WOODSFIELD -- Helmer "Edmund" Carpenter, 84, of Barnesville, passedaway Saturday (Oct. 5, 2013) at his home.
He was born near Batesville, on Jan. 2, 1929, son of the late Jacoband Alta Carpenter
Mr. Carpenter was a retired equipment operator for the Ohio OperatingEngineers Local No. 18, Akron. He was also a member of the BatesvilleSportsmen's Club and the Seneca Sportsmen's Club.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant son,three brothers, Billy, Norman and Marvin Carpenter; and one sister,Alberta Gallagher.
Surviving are his wife, Marcella R. Stephen Carpenter, whom he marriedon June 2, 1951; one son, Kevin D. Carpenter of Beallsville; onedaughter, Karen Bates of Quaker City; one brother, Randall Carpenterof Zanesville; one sister, Nova Stephen of Barnesville; fivegrandchildren, David Carpenter, Rachael Butler, Kyle Carpenter, CoryBates, and Crista Bates; and five great-grandchildren.
Friends will be received at the Watters Funeral Home, 37501 StateRoute 78 West, Woodsfield, from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, wherefuneral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, with David A.Lucas officiating.
Burial will follow in the Calais Cemetery, Calais.

1660. Jessie O. Carpenter

QUAKER CITY--Jessie Opal Johnson, of Smith Avenue, Quaker City, diedMonday (May 1, 1995) at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center,Cambridge.
She was born Feb. 24, 1918, in Calais, daughter of the late Carltonand Cora Johnson Carpenter. She was a former employee of JonathonLogan of Barnesville and a former manger of Vally View FillingStation, Quaker City.
She attended the Quaker City United Methodist Church and was a memberof the Leatherwood Senior Citizens of Quaker City.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ellis Johnson, in March1982; a sister, Marie Carpenter; a son, Robert Johnson; and threegrandchildren.
She leaves a son, Richard Johnson of Quaker City; two daughters, Mrs.Dennis (Wanda) McBurney of Barnesville and Mrs. Willis (Yvonna)Nicholes of Quaker City; three brothers, William, Robert and CharlesCarpenter, all of Quaker City and two sisters, Mrs. Craig (Ruth)Winters of Quaker City and Mrs. D. K. (Patsy) Carpenter ofSummerfield; eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and severalnieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Wednesday at Thorn-EberleFuneral Home, where services will be 1 P.M. Thursday with the Rev.Kenneth Workley officiating. Burial will be in Calais Cemetery.Tuesday 2 May 1995 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

Ellis V. Johnson

QUAKER CITY---Ellis V. Johnson, 67, Quaker City, died Saturday (March20, 1982) at 4:40 P.M. at Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville, following along illness.
He was born April 19, 1914, in Monroe County, son of Allen Johnson ofCalais, and the late Nora Carpenter Johnson. He retired after 20 yearsas a railroad employee and again after a number of years asowner-operator of Quaker City service station. He was a Methodist byfaith.
In addition to his father, he leaves his wife, the former JessieCarpenter, who he married Aug., 18, 1937; a son, Richard of QuakerCity; two daughters, Mrs. Willis (Yvonne) Nicholes of Quaker City andMrs. Dennis (Wanda) McBurney of Barnesville R. D. 1; a brother, Lelandof Lewisville R. D. 1; eight grandchildren; a number of nieces andnephews.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 P.M. today at Thorn-Eberle Funeral Home,Quaker City, where services will be Tuesday at 1 P.M. with the Rev.Ron Miller officiating. Burial will be in Calais Cemetery. Monday 22March 1982 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

1661. Ruth Carpenter

Miss Ruth Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carpenter, of nearQuaker City, became the bride of Staff Sgt. Craig W. Winters, son ofMr. and Mrs. Irvin Winters of near Fairview,  Saturday at 2 P.M. inthe First Presbyterian Church, Cambridge.
Dr. Lester S. Evans preformed the nuptial service.  Attendants wereMiss Bernice Johnson, Chicago, ILL;  Miss Pauline Starr of Cambridge,and the groom's twin brothers, Herbert and Hubert Winters.
A navy blue frock with with accessories was selected by the bride forher wedding ensemble.  Her corsage was of red roses and baby's breath.She had been employed by the Kroger Grocery Store in Cambridge.
A buffet supper honoring the couple was served in the evening at thehome of Mrs. Florence Johnson, Fairview.  Guests included Mr. and Mrs.William Johnson of Coshocton,  Mr. and Mrs. Durward Johnson, daughter,Old Washington;  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grimes and daughter of nearQuaker City,  Rev. Charles Johnson of Chicago, ILL.  An old-fashionedserenade was given the newlyweds during the evening.
Staff Sgt Winters and his bride left Sunday for Chicago.  He isstationed at Chanute Field.  Friday 15 June 1945 Jeffersonian.

QUAKER CITY--Services will be 1 P.M. Wednesday at Thorn-Black FuneralHome, Quaker City, Ruth Winters, 80,   who died Sunday (May 21, 2000)at her home.
The Rev. Karen Epson will officiate.  Burial will be in FriendsCemetery, Quaker City.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 P.M. today at the funeral home.
She was born Oct. 20, 1920 in Monroe County, daughter of the lateCarlton and Cora (Johnson) Carpenter.
She was preceded in death by a son, Dennis Erwin Winters;  a brother,Charles M. Carpenter, and two sisters, Anna Marie Carpenter and Mrs.Ellis (Jessie) Johnson.
She leaves her husband Craig Winters of the home,  whom she marriedJune 9, 1945;  two sons, Craig Carlton (Cheryl) Winters of Fairviewand Randall W. (Chris) Winters of Quaker City;  four daughters, Mrs.Clem (Linda Sue) Roe and Mrs. Nelson (Pamela J.) Roe, both of QuakerCity,  Patricia and grandson Gregory Winters of the home, and Mrs. Jim(Sandra Kay) Wells of Barnesville;  two brothers, Robert L. (Wonona)Carpenter and William C. (Kay) Carpenter, both of Quaker City;  and asister, Mrs. D. K. (Patsy) Carpenter of Summerfield;  a sister-in-law,Ruth Carpenter of Quaker City;  16 grandchildren;  15great-grandchildren.   Tuesday 23 May 2000 Jeffersonian.

Craig W. Winters

QUAKER CITY--Services will be 1 P.M. Wednesday at Thorn-Black FuneralHome, Quaker City, for Criag W. Winters, 80, Quaker City, who diedSaturday (July 27, 2002) at Barnesville Health and RehabilitationCenter.
The Rev. Karen Upson will officiate.  Burial will be in FriendsCemetery with military services being observed.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Tuesday at the funeralhome.  Masonic services will be 6:30 Tuesday at the funeral home.
He was born Aug. 28, 1921, in Oxford Township, son of the late Asa andNellie (Smith) Winters.
Mr. Winters retired in 1982 from Leland Foods.  He was previouslyemployed by Barnesville Co-Op and Garvins Jersey Farms.
He was a member of the Diary Guild of America,  the Tri-StateSanitarians Assoc., Barnesville VFW Post 2792, and the PennyroyalRotarian Club, where he had 28 years prefect attendance.
He was a 1940 graduate of Old Washington High School and was a memberof East Guernsey School Board for 27 years.
He was a member of the Ohio School Board Assoc. and the Ohio SchoolBoard Executive Committee.
He was a 50 year member of the Kirkwood Masonic Lodge no. 446 and amember of Friends Cemetery Assoc. Board, and Fairview United MethodistChurch.
He was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran having served in the EuropeanTheater during World War II.  He served with the B-17 Bomber Group andwas a member of Hells Angles Group serving with the eight Air ForceDivision.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Carpenter Winters on May21, 2000;  a son Dennis L. Winters and two brothers, Herbert andKenneth Winters.
He leaves four daughters, Mrs. Clem (Linda) Roe and Mrs. Nelson(Pamela) Roe, both of Quaker City,  Mrs. Jim (Sandra K.) Wells ofBarnesville and Patricia Winters of the home;  two sons, Craig C.(Cheryl) Winters of Fairview and Randall (Chris) Winters of QuakerCity;  16 grandchildren;  17 great-grandchildren;  three brothers,Delbert (Maxine) of Akron, Paul (Sarah) of Tallamge and Earl (Elise)Winters of Melbourne, FL;  and two sister-in-laws, Lathiel Winters ofBoliver and Betty Winters of Henrysburg.  Monday 29 July 2002Jeffersonian.

1662. William C."Buster" Carpenter

January 27, 2008
QUAKER CITY -- William C. "Buster" Carpenter, 84, of Quaker City,passed away Friday (Jan. 25, 2008) at Southeastern Med in Cambridge.
He was born Jan. 13, 1924, in Miltonsburg, the son of the late Carltonand Cora (Johnson) Carpenter.
Mr. Carpenter retired as a bridge maintenance worker for the B&DRailroad. He was a U.S Navy veteran, who served during World War II.
He was Protestant by faith and was a member of the American LegionPost of Delaware. He also loved vegetable gardening.
On June 11, 1947, he married Kathryn Carpenter, who survives.
Other survivors include two daughters, Carla "Cookie" (Ron) Jackson ofBarnesville and Karen Elaine (Larry) Potter of Quaker City; onesister, Patsy (D.K.) Carpenter of Summerfield; seven grandchildren and20 great-grandchildren.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Robertand Charles; and three sisters, Marie Carpenter, Jessie Johnson andRuth Winters.
Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at theThorn-Black Funeral Home in Quaker City.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at the funeral home. TheRev. Wilbur Bragg will officiate the services with burial in theFriends Cemetery in Quaker City. Military rites will be conducted bythe Guernsey County Veterans Council.

1663. Robert R. Carpenter

BARNESVILLE--Robert R. "Robbie" Carpenter, 42, of Quaker City, diedTuesday (April 28, 1992) as the result of a construction accident inthe New Philadelphia area.
He was born Dec. 25, 1949, in Belmont County, son of Robert L. andWonona Lucas Carpenter of Quaker City.  He was employed as aconstruction worker for Central Allied Enterprises of Canton.
Mr. Carpenter was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Roy D. Lucasand Carlton Carpenter.
In addition to his parents, he leaves is wife, Sheila Bates Carpenter;three daughters, Shannon, Wendie and Bobbie Jean Carpenter, all of thehome;  and his grandmothers, Velma Lucas and Cora Carpenter, both ofQuaker City.
Friends may call from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. services on Friday atCampbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home.  The Rev. John Johnson willofficiate.  Burial will be in Friends Cemetery.  Thursday 30 April1992 Jeffersonian.

1667. Zelma Grace Carpenter

Squire Sam M. Secrest officiated last Thursday morning at the marriageof a mute couple, the principals, being miss Zelma Grace Carpenter, ofBatesville, amd Milton Benjmain Hueber, of Marion.  The single ringceremony was read by the squire office of Judge Otto Poling, a printedform being used.
The bridge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Carpenter ofBatesville,  was graduated from the Columbus school for the deaf.  Thebride groom a son of Mr. and Wesley Hueber, of Marion, who alsoattended the same school and holds a clerical position with a steelfoundry in Marion.  They left immediately following the ceremony fortheir home in Marion which was in readiness.  5 Sept. 1940 NobleCounty Leader Caldwell Ohio.

WESTERVILLE -- Zelma G. Carpenter Huebner, age 87, of Columbus ColonyElderly Care, Westerville, formerly of Marion, passed away Sunday,Feb. 8, 2004.
She was born on Aug. 19, 1916, in Batesville, Ohio, daughter of Alvaand Mary Carpenter.
She was preceded in death by loving husband, Milton B., who died in1995. They were married for 54 years. Also, was preceded in death byher parents and sister, Mary Lois Suhr.
Zelma graduated from Ohio School for the Deaf. She was a great mother,and is survived by her sons, Richard (Nancy) Huebner of Westerville,Roger Huebner of Columbus and Jerry (Mary) Huebner of Nashport, Ohio;five grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandson;sisters, Olive Maurer of Columbus, Lenna (Alfred) Clauss of NorthOlmsted, Dorothy (Bob) Morris of Summerfield, Norma (McKinley) Morrisof Summerfield; brothers, Rodney (Erma) Carpenter of Quaker City,Bobby (Elaine) Carpenter of West Lafayette, Herbert (Esther) Carpenterof Quaker City, Frank (Bessie) Carpenter of Sarahsville, Max (Sharon)Carpenter of Quaker City and Connie (Marsha) Carpenter of Westerville,numerous nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. atSchoedinger North Chapel, (5554 Karl Road, Columbus, OH 43229), wherea funeral service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004.The Rev. Richard Burnett officiating. Private family interment inMarion, Ohio.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to CCH IIChairs and Table Fund, Ohio School for the Deaf Alumni Association,901 Sunbury Rd. Westerville, OH 43081.

Marion Star, Marion Ohio 12 Feb. 2004 Page A2

1669. Lenna May Carpenter

Lenna Mae Clauss, 92, of Westerville and formerly of North Olmsted,passed away Friday (November 8, 2013) at the Columbus Colony ElderlyCare Nursing Home.
She was born April 17, 1921 in Batesville, daughter of the late Alvaand Mary (Yost) Carpenter.
Lenna graduated from the Ohio School for the Deaf in 1942. Aftergraduation, she worked at Goodyear of Akron. She later worked atKirkwood Industries of Cleveland for thirty-three years.
She married Alfred Ernest Clauss on August 7, 1943.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husbandof seventy years, Alfred, who died October 29, 2013; three sisters,Zelma Huebner, Olive Maurer, and Mary Lois Suhr; and a brother, RodneyCarpenter.
She is survived by a daughter, Shirley (& Robert) Srail of SagamoreHills; five brothers, Robert (& Elaine) Carpenter of West Lafayette,Herbert (& Esther) Carpenter of Quaker City, Frank (& Essie) Carpenterof Caldwell, Max (& Sharon) Carpenter of Senecaville, and Connie (&Marsha) Carpenter of Westerville; two sisters, Dorothy (& Bob) Morrisof Summerfield and Norma (& McKinley) Morris of Summerfield; twogranddaughters, Kim (& Brian) Schellhase of Delaware and Tracy (&Kevin) Brooks of Toledo; numerous nieces and nephews; and manyfriends.
Family and friends may call on Monday (November 11, 2013) from 11 1 p.m. at Thorn-Black Funeral Home, Quaker City, where funeralservices will follow at 1 p.m.
Burial will be at Friends Cemetery, Quaker City.
As an expression of sympathy, the family requests that memorialcontributions be made to the Ohio School for the Deaf, 500 Morse Road,Columbus OH 437214.

Alfred Ernest Clauss

QUAKER CITY -- Alfred Ernest Clauss, 92, of the Columbus Colony ElderCare of Westerville, and formerly of North Olmsted, passed awayTuesday (Oct. 29, 2013).
He was born Feb. 27, 1921, in Cleveland, and was the third child ofHans and Charlotte (Schindler) Clauss.
Mr. Clauss graduated from the Ohio School for the Deaf in 1942. Aftergraduation, he worked for Midland Ross of Cleveland. He then worked atWestinghouse as an electrician for more than 35 years. After hisretirement, he worked for several years at Baker's Bakery doingelectrical work. He was very active in several deaf organizations.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters,Margaret Stevens and Elsie Clauss.
He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Lenna Mae (Carpenter) Clauss,whom he married Aug. 7, 1943. Also surviving is a daughter, Shirley(Robert) Srail of Sagamore Hills; two granddaughters, Kim (Brian)Schellhase of Delaware and Tracy (Kevin) Brooks of Toledo; numerousnieces and nephews; and many friends.
Family and friends may call on Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. atThorn-Black Funeral Home, Quaker City, where funeral services willfollow at 1 p.m.
Burial will follow in Friends Cemetery, Quaker City.
As an expression of sympathy, the family asks that memorialcontributions in Alfred's name be made to the Ohio School for theDeaf, 500 Morse Road, Columbus, OH 43214.

Personal condolences may be sent to the family

1670. Rodney Ray Carpenter

QUAKER CITY -- Rodney Ray Carpenter, 83, of Quaker City, died Tuesday(July 10, 2007) at Marietta Memorial Hospital, Marietta.
He was born March 20, 1924, in Quaker City, son of the late AlvaCarpenter and Mary (Yost) Carpenter.
Mr. Carpenter retired from Matlack, where he had been a truck driver.He received a certificate from the State of Ohio Senate recognizinghim for his 34 year career with Matlack. During this time, hecontinually demonstrated dedication by performing his duties with theutmost efficiency and competence. He traveled more than three millionmiles hauling dry goods without ever being charged with a majoraccident, spill, or even a traffic citation.
He was a 1943 graduate of Batesville High School, a member of theRuritan Club, and a World War II Army veteran.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Vivian Carpenter; twosisters, Zelma Huebner and Mary Lois Suhr.
He leaves his wife, Erma (Hertzog) Carpenter of the home, whom hemarried on April 26, 1975; a son, Larry (Donna) Carpenter ofClaysville; a daughter, Rita Grizzard of Byesville; two stepsons, Jim(Sharon) House of Mentor and Dave (Marilyn) House of Florida; fivebrothers, Herbert D. (Esther) Carpenter and Max (Sharon) Carpenter,both of Quaker City, Connie (Marsha) Carpenter of Westerville, Robert(Elaine) Carpenter of West Lafayette and Frank (Bessie) Carpenter ofCaldwell; four sisters, Olive Maurer of Columbus, Lenna (Alfred)Clauss of North Olmstead, Dorothy (Robert) Morris and Norma (McKinley)Morris, both of Summerfield; six grandchildren, Steven Holt, SandiWalker, Dennis Carpenter, Bryan Carpenter, Desirae Grizzard and DevonPennell; five great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and hisclose friend, Scooby Shuman.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 P.M. Thursday at Thorn-Black FuneralHome, Quaker City, where services will be 1 P.M. Friday with PastorJeff Eschbaugh officiating.
Burial will be in Friends Cemetery, Quaker City. Wed. 11 July 2007Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

The First Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss VivianAudrey McElroy, daughter of Mrs. Pearl McElroy of 121 S. 11th., andRodney Ray Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Carpenter of QuakerCity., last Saturday at 2 P.M. when Rev. Donald Mueller read thenuptials.
The groom's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mooris,served at attendants. Mrs. Morris wore a charcoal gray taffeta dresswith black velvet trim, black accessories and rhinestone pins andearrings, a gift of the bride.
The bride wore a two-piece ice blue faille dress with rhinestone trim,brown accessories and a corsage of Johanna Hill roses. Her jewel was arhinestone pin and earrings, a gift of the groom.
Following the wedding, a dinner was held in honor of the couple at thehome of the bride's mother. A wedding cake, topped with a miniaturebride and groom.
Following the wedding, a dinner was held in honor of couple at thehome of the bride's mother.  A wedding cake, topped with miniaturebride and groom, centered the bride's table.
A graduate of Valley Rural High School, the new Mrs. Carpenter isemployed at Cambridge Glass Co. Mr. Carpenter is an employee if SellsMotor Transport of Dover and is a graduate of Batesville High School.
For traveling to Niagara Falls, Mrs. Carpenter changed to a navy suitwith navy and white accessories. When the couple return they will madetheir home at 121 S. 11th St.  Wed, 17 Oct. 1951 CambridgeJeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

Vivian A. McElroy

Vivian A. Carpenter, 77, of Cambridge died Friday (Aug. 20, 1999) atSoutheastern Ohio Regional Medical Center.
She was born July 7, 1922, in Derwent,  daughter of the late EarlRonald and Pearl (Frankes) McElroy.  Mrs. Carpenter was a homemakerand attended First Church of the Nazarene of Cambridge.
She leaves a daughter, Rita Grizzard and a son Larry (Donna)Carpenter, both of Cambridge;  their father, Rodney R. Carpenter ofBatesville;  four grandchildren and two step-grandchildren,  DennisCarpenter,  Bryan Carpenter, Steve Holt, Devon Pennell and DesiraeGrizzard.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday at Bundy-LawFuneral Home, Cambridge,  where services will be 1 P.M. Monday withthe Rev. Joseph Pearce officiating.
Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Byesville.

Erma Hertzog

QUAKER CITY - Erma Carpenter, 85, of Quaker City, passed away Thursday(Jan. 21, 2010) at her home.
She was born Dec. 15, 1924, in Brownsville, Pa., daughter of the lateFrances (Hennessey) Hertzog.
Mrs. Carpenter was a homemaker. She enjoyed camping and traveling.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband,Rodney Ray Carpenter, who passed away July 10, 2007. They were marriedApril 26, 1975.
Also deceased are three sisters, a brother and a son.
She is survived by two sons, Jim (Sharon) House of Mentor and Dave(Marilyn) House of Winterhaven, Fla.; a stepson, Larry (Donna)Carpenter of Claysville; a stepdaughter, Rita Grizzard of Byesville;three grandchildren, six step-grandchildren, four great-grandchildrenand five step-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Family and friends may call Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. atThorn-Black Funeral Home, Quaker City, where funeral services willtake place Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Jeff Eschbaugh officiating.
Burial will be in Friends Cemetery, Quaker City.
Personal condolences may be sent to the family
Sunday 24 Jan. 2010 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio.

Robert Jacob Morris

SUMMERFIELD -- Services will be 11 A.M. Wednesday at SummerfieldChurch of Christ, Summerfield, for Robert J. Morris, 87, ofSummerfield, who died Sunday (Dec. 2, 2007) at his home.
Frank Love will officiate. Burial will follow in Friends Cemetery,Quaker City. Full military graveside services will be conducted.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. today (Tuesday) atBrubach-Watters Funeral Home, Summerfield, and from 10 to 11 A.M.Wednesday at the church.
He was born Nov. 9, 1920, near Calais, son of the late Jerome andMabel Carpenter Morris.
Mr. Morris was a retired welder for Central Ohio Coal Co., following31 years of service.
He was a 60 year member of Summerfield Church of Christ, where heserved as a former deacon. He was a U.S. Army veteran, having servedin World War II.
He was a member of American Legion Post 415, Summerfield.
He loved to cross stitch, pick up cans and was an avid fisherman.
He enjoyed being with his family, especially his grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two sisters, Lola Martin and MaxineShroyer.
He leaves his wife of 61 years, Dorothy Carpenter Morris, whom hemarried Aug. 10, 1946; two daughters, Rita (Russell) Hodges and RevaBailey and friend, Richard Burns, all of Huntington, W.Va.; threesisters, Martha Stephens of Caldwell, Grace Hannahs of Quaker City andJanet (Roger) Christman of Baltimore; two brothers, McKinley (Norma)Morris of Summerfield and Racey (Ann) Morris of Hilliard; threegrandchildren, Reona (Matthew) McGee, Ryan Hodges and Roman Hodges;several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Tim and Sandra Mooreof Summerfield.
Tuesday 4 Dec. 2007 Cambridge Jeffersonian Cambridge Ohio