He is the son of Allen C. Maze and Jean Mitchell Maze, both who have preceded him in death. Joseph served in the Army National Guard for six years where he achieved becoming an E4 Specialist, and was a lifelong farmer throughout Union County. Main St. Masonic services will be held at the funeral home at pm.
Military Honors will be held at the closing of the service. Friends may visit the funeral home from until pm on Wednesday. A private burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Masonic Lodge of Brownsville, Main St.
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Fairground St. Liberty, Indiana , and St. Connersville, Indiana She was a graduate of Centerville High School. Lisa was a vet tech at Animal Hospital of Centerville. She loved animals and camping. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Nicole Dickerson. Burial will be in Bryan Cemetery. He served in the U. Army during World War II. He moved to Centerville in from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. George was a dairy farmer for 14 years before becoming owner of Centerville NPK, a chemical fertilizer company in Centerville. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Carol Warner, who died April ; parents; sisters, Elizabeth F.
Jonson and June H. Monger; and brother, Thomas S. Private graveside service for George W. Goble will be held at the convenience of the family. As a boy, John helped on the farm and was active in 4-H. He attended St. After graduating from Purdue in , he served in the U. In , he returned to Richmond where he continued to farm and also began teaching at Webster School in , teaching there until Webster consolidated with Williamsburg where he taught until He then taught at Centerville Junior High School until he retired in John was active in the Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation Service, where he served as a director for several years.
John was a strong advocate of soil conservation and preservation of the environment.
Friends may call from to p. Burial will follow in Earlham Cemetery. He retired from Visteon in after working 33 years. He was an Army veteran and a member of Freedom Baptist Church. He loved his family, especially being with his grandchildren. His son Danny died in , his parents, one brother Dorman, and two sisters Juanita Henry and Ruth Johnson are also deceased. Funeral services will be P. William D. Rheuble officiating.
Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery with military rites. Friends may call from A.
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Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be given to the Disabled American Veterans N. Pennsylvania Room Indianapolis, Indiana After the age of 9, he was also raised by his maternal grandmother, Amanda Landwehr Popp. Legend has it that as a youth he walked uphill both ways to school, in a foot of snow, carrying a cord of wood to stoke the school stove. He lived a long full life and did many different things, from working on the construction at the interchange of the Kennedy Expressway and the Tri-State, to racing powerboats, to playing semi-pro baseball, to supporting his family with bowling winnings, and dropping printing presses out of airplanes while in the US Army.
He worked for decades as a Master Machinist in the printing industry, as well as in the injection molding businesses, until his retirement. Introduced by his best friends to Thelma Westphal from Dundee, Frank and Thelma were wed in May, after only 11 months of dating, and remained married until her death in , at which point he could finally get a word in edgewise.
Thirteen months after being married, the Hummels started to expand, adding Frank, Jr. Upon the addition of a cat and dog, the Hummels moved to Crystal Lake from their house in Palatine. Upon retirement Frank and Thelma travelled extensively, staying with friends, and opening their own house to friends they had made from around the world.
Frank and Thelma also appeared onscreen as extras in many movies and television shows filmed in the Chicago area. He loved his time there with the great staff and many friends. Frank will be missed by sisters Betty Parkhurst and Patricia Csaszar. He is also survived by Frank, Jr. Private visitation will be at the convenience of the family. Cremation will follow at the Eastern Indiana Crematory of Dublin.
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Dale was predeceased by his parents and his older brother Arvin. Dale is survived by his wife Carolyn of 53 years, his son Allen and daughter-in -law Dinah. He was a banker for most of his professional life in the Asheville, NC area. He particularly enjoyed barn improvement projects and fixing tractors and other equipment. Dale was an active member of Mars Hill Baptist Church for 52 years. The burial will be 10 a. A light luncheon and time of remembrance will follow in the church fellowship hall.
In lieu of flowers, Dale would desire an offering to Mars Hill Baptist Youth programs to support training future Christian leaders. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.
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Nina B. Prosser, 90, formerly of Dublin passed away on Saturday, December 2, , surrounded by her children, at Ambassador Health Care in Centerville. She was born on October 25, , in Connersville to C.
Raymond and Olive Eulalia Bailey and had lived most of her life in the Dublin area. Nina was a graduate of Bentonville High School. Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Donald O. Prosser; son Jack Prosser; grandson T. Max Milton officiating.
Burial will follow in Southlawn Cemetery in Dublin. Friends may call from pm until PM on Tuesday, December 5, at the funeral home. Donald E. Hunter, 72, passed away on Monday, Nov. He was born in Richmond on Jan.
After school he started working at Tom Raper RV in the body shop and then in the early '80s began working at Earlham College. Don worked in several departments during his over 30 years at Earlham and he retired in He enjoyed hanging out with his brother, Otis and spending time with his family and friends. Don will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Visitation was from 11 a. Pastor Anton Payne officiated. Burial was at Southlawn Cemetery in Dublin. Online condolences may be made at www.