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Har. Co. Sheriff nabs alleged sex predator

Har. Co. Sheriff nabs alleged sex predator

On Jan. 22, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office arrested 26-year old Robert James Carnes II of Canton, Ohio. On Thursday, Mr. Carnes travelled from Canton, Ohio to Harrison County to meet a 15-year old female and engage in a sexual relationship. Mr. Carnes is alleged to have shared obscene images of himself and was arrested by deputies when he arrived at the meeting location. Mr. Carnes was booked into the Harrison County Jail and is awaiting a court date.

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Outdoor club schedules January hike

Outdoor club schedules January hike

The Outdoors Club of Harrison County will be holding a hike on Sunday, Jan. 25  on the Conotton Creek Trail. Hikers should meet by 1:45 at Custer Crossing, which is between Jewett and Scio (near the intersection of State Route 151 and County Highway 50). If you aren’t familiar with the area, you may find the following link helpful: https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3686651,-81.0263049,17z

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Crowd honors MLK Jr.

Crowd honors MLK Jr.

          For a decade now, the march has continued in Cadiz and today, on a chilly January day was no different. A small but passionate crowd marched from the Harrison County Courthouse to the St. James church honored Martin Luther King Jr.

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Accident on US 22

Accident on US 22

            HARRISON COUNTY – A Pontiac GT flipped over after running into a ditch on U.S. 22 near Porter Road, Tuesday afternoon. The female driver was awake with non-threatening injuries and transported to Harrison Community Hospital, according to Ohio State Patrol. The cause of the accident is currently under investigation.

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Beaver Local wins BMC wrestling tourney

Beaver Local wins BMC wrestling tourney

    The 16 team Junior High Buckeye Mountaineer Conference held their annual Wrestling tournament on Saturday at Buckeye Local Jr./Sr. High School. Winning the Big School title was Beaver Local. Edison won the Small School crown. Travis Gorby of Toronto was voted most outstanding wrestler.               The All BMC All Academic Wrestling Team: (front row L to R) Garrett Givens, Christian Lerussi, Darien Louk, Steve Bezak, Jordyn Spencer, Jesse Fulton, Justin Haynes, Max Camilletti, Anthony Taylor, Ryan Burger, and Michael Brinsky. (Back row L to R) Scott Browning, Brooke Hearn, Daniel Yost, Luke McKinney, Hayden Wallace, Albert Taylor, Julian Lamb, Camden Barr, P.J. Morris, Hayden Johnson, and Mitch Wukelic.  

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Harold M. Willard

Harold M. Willard

Harold M. Willard, 100, of Uhrichsville, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 22, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia following a period of declining health. Born Jan. 6, 1915 in Dennison, he was a son of the late Marion R. “Ray” and Lucy Jane (Parks) Willard. On Sept. 5, 1936, Harold married the former Edna Eileen Stevenson, and they enjoyed 49 years of marriage until her passing on Oct. 21, 1985. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Mark R. and Melinda S. (Vanfossen) Willard of Tappan Lake; grandsons, Dr. Steven M. and wife Melinda (Culpepper) Willard of Canton and David M. Willard of Tappan Lake; a great-grandson, Hudson S. Willard of Canton; a sister, Evelyn Fisher of Dennison; and several nieces and nephews, as well as many dear friends. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a son, Bruce Steven Willard; granddaughter, Stephanie Rae Willard; brother, Rodney E. Willard; and sister, Edna P. Willard. Harold was a lifelong resident of the Twin City area, a graduate of Dennison High School in 1933, and a longtime member of Uhrichsville First Christian Church where he was an Elder Emeritus of the church. He proudly served his country as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1943 to 1946. Harold worked in the local clay industry for 45 years, and his company affiliations included The Clay City Pipe Company, Evans Brick & Pipe, Evans Clay Products, and Whitacre Greer Fireproofing Company from which he retired in 1980. He served as Vice-President of Administration for Evans Clay Products for many years. Harold served on the Board of Directors and as Corporate Secretary for The Clay City Pipe Company and The Bowerston Shale Company until age 92 when he was elected Director Emeritus. He was very active and energetic, and was always a gentleman. He loved working and spending time at the family farm. He also enjoyed time spent at Tappan Lake where he and his wife, Edna, owned a cottage for 40 years. Harold loved the outdoors whether it be hunting, fishing, hiking, or just observing nature. He loved to take family vacations, particularly to Western Montana and the Yellowstone Park area. At age 95, he took a raft trip on the Yellowstone River with family and friends, and enjoyed his final trip to the area this past summer at the age of 99. His greatest joy in life was his family. Affectionately known as “Pop” to family and friends, he had a genuine interest in the many young people that adopted him as a surrogate grandfather, enjoying their stories and encouraging them in his kind and gentle manner. His dear friend and neighbor, Rev. Mark Unrue, will officiate Harold’s funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, in the R.K. Lindsey Funeral Home in Dennison. Interment will follow beside his beloved wife and son in Uhrichsville’s Union Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The family would like to kindly acknowledge the special care and kindness Harold received in his later years by the staff at New Dawn Retirement Community, Trinity Hospital Twin City, Union Hospital, and Community Hospice, as well as Shirley Vanfossen, Blanche “Babe” Morris, Glenda Morris, and Rev. Mark Unrue. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Harold’s memory to the Trinity Hospital Twin City Foundation, Uhrichsville Clay Museum, First Christian Church of Uhrichsville, Uhrichsville Presbyterian Church, and Community Hospice.

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Beaver Local wins BMC wrestling tourney

Beaver Local wins BMC wrestling tourney

    The 16 team Junior High Buckeye Mountaineer Conference held their annual Wrestling tournament on Saturday at Buckeye Local Jr./Sr. High School. Winning the Big School title was Beaver Local. Edison won the Small School crown. Travis Gorby of Toronto was voted most outstanding wrestler.               The All BMC All Academic Wrestling Team: (front row L to R) Garrett Givens, Christian Lerussi, Darien Louk, Steve Bezak, Jordyn Spencer, Jesse Fulton, Justin Haynes, Max Camilletti, Anthony Taylor, Ryan Burger, and Michael Brinsky. (Back row L to R) Scott Browning, Brooke Hearn, Daniel Yost, Luke McKinney, Hayden Wallace, Albert Taylor, Julian Lamb, Camden Barr, P.J. Morris, Hayden Johnson, and Mitch Wukelic.  

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Harrison East breast cancer awareness walk

Harrison East breast cancer awareness walk

Harrison East emptied its school Thursday afternoon for its second annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser. This year they held a mini-relay where the kids wore pink to help bring awareness, not only to breast cancer, but a drug-free lifestyle.

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Harold M. Willard

Harold M. Willard

Harold M. Willard, 100, of Uhrichsville, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 22, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia following a period of declining health. Born Jan. 6, 1915 in Dennison, he was a son of the late Marion R. “Ray” and Lucy Jane (Parks) Willard. On Sept. 5, 1936, Harold married the former Edna Eileen Stevenson, and they enjoyed 49 years of marriage until her passing on Oct. 21, 1985. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Mark R. and Melinda S. (Vanfossen) Willard of Tappan Lake; grandsons, Dr. Steven M. and wife Melinda (Culpepper) Willard of Canton and David M. Willard of Tappan Lake; a great-grandson, Hudson S. Willard of Canton; a sister, Evelyn Fisher of Dennison; and several nieces and nephews, as well as many dear friends. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a son, Bruce Steven Willard; granddaughter, Stephanie Rae Willard; brother, Rodney E. Willard; and sister, Edna P. Willard. Harold was a lifelong resident of the Twin City area, a graduate of Dennison High School in 1933, and a longtime member of Uhrichsville First Christian Church where he was an Elder Emeritus of the church. He proudly served his country as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1943 to 1946. Harold worked in the local clay industry for 45 years, and his company affiliations included The Clay City Pipe Company, Evans Brick & Pipe, Evans Clay Products, and Whitacre Greer Fireproofing Company from which he retired in 1980. He served as Vice-President of Administration for Evans Clay Products for many years. Harold served on the Board of Directors and as Corporate Secretary for The Clay City Pipe Company and The Bowerston Shale Company until age 92 when he was elected Director Emeritus. He was very active and energetic, and was always a gentleman. He loved working and spending time at the family farm. He also enjoyed time spent at Tappan Lake where he and his wife, Edna, owned a cottage for 40 years. Harold loved the outdoors whether it be hunting, fishing, hiking, or just observing nature. He loved to take family vacations, particularly to Western Montana and the Yellowstone Park area. At age 95, he took a raft trip on the Yellowstone River with family and friends, and enjoyed his final trip to the area this past summer at the age of 99. His greatest joy in life was his family. Affectionately known as “Pop” to family and friends, he had a genuine interest in the many young people that adopted him as a surrogate grandfather, enjoying their stories and encouraging them in his kind and gentle manner. His dear friend and neighbor, Rev. Mark Unrue, will officiate Harold’s funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, in the R.K. Lindsey Funeral Home in Dennison. Interment will follow beside his beloved wife and son in Uhrichsville’s Union Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The family would like to kindly acknowledge the special care and kindness Harold received in his later years by the staff at New Dawn Retirement Community, Trinity Hospital Twin City, Union Hospital, and Community Hospice, as well as Shirley Vanfossen, Blanche “Babe” Morris, Glenda Morris, and Rev. Mark Unrue. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Harold’s memory to the Trinity Hospital Twin City Foundation, Uhrichsville Clay Museum, First Christian Church of Uhrichsville, Uhrichsville Presbyterian Church, and Community Hospice.

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Har. Co. Sheriff nabs alleged sex predator

Har. Co. Sheriff nabs alleged sex predator

On Jan. 22, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office arrested 26-year old Robert James Carnes II of Canton, Ohio. On Thursday, Mr. Carnes travelled from Canton, Ohio to Harrison County to meet a 15-year old female and engage in a sexual relationship. Mr. Carnes is alleged to have shared obscene images of himself and was arrested by deputies when he arrived at the meeting location. Mr. Carnes was booked into the Harrison County Jail and is awaiting a court date.

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Outdoor club schedules January hike

Outdoor club schedules January hike

The Outdoors Club of Harrison County will be holding a hike on Sunday, Jan. 25  on the Conotton Creek Trail. Hikers should meet by 1:45 at Custer Crossing, which is between Jewett and Scio (near the intersection of State Route 151 and County Highway 50). If you aren’t familiar with the area, you may find the following link helpful: https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3686651,-81.0263049,17z

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Daniel Lee “Tucker” Thompson

Daniel Lee “Tucker” Thompson

Daniel Lee “Tucker” Thompson, 59, of Bridgeport, Ohio, formerly of New Athens, Ohio, passed Monday, Jan.19, surrounded by his loving family at Heartland Lansing. He was born in Wheeling, W.Va., on Dec. 13, 1955, a son of the late Jesse Luther and Virginia Mary Johnson Thompson. He was a former employee of Consolidated Coal District 31 and a member of Local Union #1638; a member of His Word Ministries and Mount Moriah Church. Daniel is survived by his loving wife Gwendolyn A. (Mitchell) Thompson; son Anthony D. Diehl of Cadiz; stepson Robert Conaway of Bridgeport; stepdaughter Kristina Conaway of Adena; a brother David (Joyce) Thompson of Smithfield; sisters Linda (Gerald) Dombroski of Harrisville; Sue (Richard) Bramen of Kansas City, Mo., Joyce Wierzbicki of St. Clairsville; grandchildren Zackery, Briana, Skyelar, Haylee and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received Thursday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Borkoski Funeral Home, 555 East Market Street, Cadiz, Ohio, where services will be held Friday Jan. 23, at 11 a.m. with Pastor Gerald Dombroski Jr. officiating. Interment will follow at Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove.  Offer online condolences at www.borkoskifuneral.com.

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Julie Sherriff

Julie Sherriff

Born Oct. 27, 1930 in Union Hospital, Dover, Ohio. Passed away Jan. 3, at Highline Rehab and Nursing Home, Denver, Colo., with end stage Alzheimer’s. Her parents were John Webster Sherriff and Dorothy Rose Shively Sherriff. She had no brothers or sisters, and grew up at 642 Stanton Avenue, Cadiz, Ohio. Her father owned Sherriff Signs, her mother was a stay-at-home mom. He enlisted in the Army during World War I and played clarinet in the band. Mr. Sherriff continued to play his clarinet in Cadiz in a small band. He became mayor of Cadiz during World War II for four years. Julie attended grade school, junior high, and Cadiz High School, graduating June 1948, top of her class with Ervin Mason. Her best friend was and is Anna Agapite Crimi, graduated Salutatorian the same year. She was Y-Teen secretary, and was in the class play her junior year, and was a member of the Classical League, Glee Club, the Honor Society, was class secretary her senior year, and attended the Y-Teen Conference. She graduated with a College Prep Diploma. Her best friends were Anna Agapite, Don Frazier, Virginia Ash McFarlan, Connie Mattern North, and Donna Liming. Julie and Anna Agapite both attended and were in Old Howard Dorm, and graduated Ohio University, Julie with a degree in journalism, Anna with a degree in education. She then worked for the Council of Southern Mountains in service to America for a year; then attended and graduated Michigan State University with a Master’s degree in Mass Communication. She joined American Youth Hostels, canoed several Ohio rivers, rode a bike to Boston, Massachusetts, traveled to England by ship and rode around parts of England by bike and train, went to Sweden, France, Germany, and stayed in a youth camp in Italy. Her first job was copy editor for a newspaper in a small town in northern Ohio; she was then copy editor for the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio. Then she came to Colorado to ski and edited Cervi’s Business Journal, now Denver Business Journal in Denver before joining the Denver Post newspaper. She next worked at KBTV Television now KUSA, when Gannett Company bought the station. Then she transferred to Gannett Outdoor Advertising Company working until she retired at age 65. Julie was a member of Cadiz Presbyterian Church with her parents. Later, she joined Washington Park United Methodist Church in Denver. She sang in the choir, was the church office secretary, and a member of the Care Committee, and member of the Missions Committee. She square danced with Fiddlesteppers Singles Square Dance Club where she met Charles Douglas Dana. They both joined Supper Club, a singles club at Central Presbyterian Church where she became secretary and he became program chairman. They dated 1969 to 2006 when she married Doug Dana, and they remain married to this day. She was cremated at Horan and McConaty Funeral Home in Denver. Her ashes have been interred in Cadiz Union Cemetery with her parents, as will Doug Dana, her husband.

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Dr. David C. Canfield

Dr. David C. Canfield

Dr. David Charles Canfield, noted optometrist in Mansfield, Ohio, went home to be with the Lord Jan.18, after a brief illness surrounded by his family in Ohio Health MedCentral Hospital. He was 72. He was born in Toledo Sept. 30, 1942 to parents John & Evelyn (Gesaman) in Canfield. David’s love of sports was evident by playing baseball in Scio, Ohio with the little league and his high school as a pitcher and quarterback. David’s leadership and personal values were reflected early on as Class President for several years. After David was graduated from Scio High School as the Valedictorian of the 1960 class, he furthered his education at The Ohio State University earning a bachelor’s degree in Optometry in 1966. David’s military service began when he entered the Army Medical Corps in October 1966. He proudly served his country by joining the U.S. Army at the 24th Evacuation Hospital in Long Binh, Vietnam, earning the rank of Captain. Surviving injuries during the war, he was honorably discharged and returned to his Alma Mater, Ohio State, to earn a Doctorate in Optometry in 1970. He began serving communities in Virginia and southern Ohio before moving to the Mansfield area where he practiced for 27 years most recently at Shawnee Optical. David was a member of the American Legion Post #16 in Mansfield, the American Optometric Association, the Ohio Optometric Association, National Rifle Association, Ducks Unlimited, the United States Junior Chamber, and the Rotary Club of Mansfield. He was also a member of Owl Creek Church of the Brethren in Ankneytown and served as a member of the choir and ministered by visiting those who were ill. David so enjoyed the sermons by Pastor Charles Barnhill and thought that every sermon was for him. During his life David greatly enjoyed hunting, and fishing, golfing, travel, and fine dining. For many years he had season tickets to watch his alma mater, The Ohio State Buckeyes, football team. Dave and Jan were generous to charities and their community. Since his retirement he, with his wife Janet, continued to plan special family vacations each year to locations both near and far from their home in Mansfield. David is survived by his loving wife and companion of sixteen years, Janet (Buzzard) Canfield of Mansfield; five children (& spouses): Mary Susan & Stuart Klein of Wake Forest, N.C., Jeff & Monica Zellner of Albuquerque, N.M., Amy & John Kennel of Albuquerque, N.M., Rob Runnels of Virginia Beach, Va., Kimberly Ebmeier of Virginia Beach, Va.; six grandchildren: Elizabeth Klein, Carolyn Klein, Elizabeth Zellner, Margaret Runnels, Nicholas Ebmeier, and Christopher Ebmeier; four siblings (& spouses) Myrna & Richard Hugh of New Philadelphia, William & Paula Canfield of Canal Winchester, Christine Mills of Arlington, Mass., Marge Michalski of Monticello, Ind.; four brothers-in-law Robert & Vicki Buzzard of Mansfield, Edward & Edith Buzzard of Mansfield, Arthur & Becky Bolding of Apple Valley, Calif., Paul Bolding of Norfolk, Va.; a special friend Shirley Roberts; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister-in-law Sue Bolding, and was greeted in Heaven by his fishing buddy and brother-in-law Charles Michalski. His family will receive friends 3-8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21, in the Marion Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where a service celebrating his life will be held 11 a.m. Thursday. Pastor Charles Barnhill will officiate and burial will follow in the veteran’s section of Mansfield Cemetery with the Richland County Joint Veterans Burial Detail performing military honors. Contributions in his memory to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ohio Buckeye Chapter or Ohio Health MedCentral Palliative Care may be made at the funeral home. Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Dr. Canfield’s family and encourage expressions of support and sympathy at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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Crowd honors MLK Jr.

Crowd honors MLK Jr.

          For a decade now, the march has continued in Cadiz and today, on a chilly January day was no different. A small but passionate crowd marched from the Harrison County Courthouse to the St. James church honored Martin Luther King Jr.

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Charles A. Fisher

Charles A. Fisher

Charles A. Fisher, age 86, of 77470 Freeport Tippecanoe Road, Freeport died Thursday, Jan. 15, in Hennis Care Center, Bolivar where he had been a resident since the first part of Nov. 2014. Born June 1, 1928 in Piedmont, Ohio, he was a son of the late Carl Leroy Fisher and Jessie Leah Arnold Fisher. Charles was a 1945 graduate of Freeport High School. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict serving from 1952 to 1954 then served six years as a reserve member and discharged from the U.S. Army in 1960. He was a member of the former Veterans of Foreign Wars Stillwater Valley Post #6815 and a member of the Tippecanoe United Methodist Church. He also attended Park Christian Church in Dennison for the past eight years and was a member of the Lakeland Senior Citizens. He retired from Harrison Career Center in Cadiz in 1991 where he was custodian for thirteen years. He previously worked for twenty years at Can-tex Sewer Pipe in Newport and Stillwater Clay Products in Uhrichsville. He loved to farm. His wife, Frances J. Wheeler Fisher, died April 24, 2002. They were married May 14, 1955. Surviving are two sons: David C. Fisher of Freeport, and Roger A. (Rita) Fisher of Uhrichsville; a daughter Carol (Roger) McMillen of Deersville; a brother Donald L. (Dorothy) Fisher of New Philadelphia; a sister Doris (Carl) Crawford of Freeport; a sister-in-law Geraldine Fisher of Cambridge; nine grandchildren: Andy (Danielle) McMillen of Feed Springs, Kellen (Haley) McMillen of Tuscarawas, Josephine “Josie” (Seth) Cox of New Philadelphia, Leanna McMillen a student resident of West Liberty University, Pauline Fisher of Uhrichsville, Charlene Fisher of Uhrichsville, Gabriella Fisher of Freeport, Zebekiah Fisher of Freeport, and Hunter Fisher of Freeport; like a grandson, Ryan Dilly of Deersville; four great grandchildren: Cameron McMillen, Cali McMillen, Olivia McMillen, and Aidan McMillen; and his companion for ten years, Lorena Nattress of Freeport. He was preceded in death by a brother, Robert C. Fisher and a grandson, Foster Fisher. Services will be held at noon on Monday, Jan. 19, in Koch Funeral Home, Freeport with Rev. Dalton Hinds officiating. Military Service and burial will follow in Greenmont Union Cemetery, Freeport. Visitation will be held in the funeral home two hours prior to the service, 10 a.m. to noon. Online condolences may be made on the funeral home’s website. www.kochfuneralhome.net

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Thelma A. Ramsey

Thelma A. Ramsey

Thelma A. Ramsey, 83 of New Athens, died Jan. 14, at her home. She was born October 7, 1931 in Nottingham Township, Harrison County, Ohio a daughter of the late Clark O. Adams and Carrie Simpson Adams Barrett. Thelma was a retired employee of Harrison Community Hospital and attended the House of the Shepherd in New Athens. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Esther Adams Paxton. She is survived by her husband of 64 years, John Ramsey; three daughters: Cindy Schindler of North Ridgeville, Lindy Ramsey of New Athens and Debbie (Mark) Koehler of Beallsville, Ohio; a son Rick Ramsey of New Athens; seven grandchildren, Carrie Anne and Keith Schindler of North Ridgeville, Lacey Stackhouse of Los Angeles, Sara Stackhouse (Dustin) Olinski of Alabama, Matthew (Meghan) Ramsey and Kevin Ramsey, of New Athens, Logan Koehler (Danielle Kidwell) of Beallsville and Martha Ann Koehler of Columbus; three great grandchildren, Lexis Maray Klee and Josie Mae Olinski, of Alabama and Evan Ramsey of New Athens; and her little buddy, Rowdy. A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, Ohio . The memorial guestbook may be signed at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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Rodney James Vernon

Rodney James Vernon

Rodney James Vernon, 61, of Cadiz, formerly of Adena, died Tuesday, Jan. 13, at Trinity Medical Center West in Steubenville. He was born Sept. 10, 1953 in River Rouge, Mich., a son of the late Charles Daniel and Neila June Lewis Vernon. Rodney was a self-employed master plasterer and was Methodist by faith. He was a member of the US Trotters Association and graduated from Adena High School, where he was active in football, basketball and baseball. Surviving are two daughters, Heather Mason of Cadiz and Amanda Wilson of Columbus; three step-sons, Gregory Davis (Janelle) of Columbus, Iman Davis of Cadiz and Donald Evans of Adena; seventeen grandchildren; five siblings, Charles Vernon, II (Annie) of McComb, MI, Brian Vernon of Cadiz, Neila Marie Bond (Mike) of Brown Deer, Wis., Judy Hocker of Charleston, W.Va., and Trudy Howard of Wheeling, W.Va.; an aunt; two great aunts; many nieces and nephews; grand nieces and grand nephews; and his former wife, Jacqueline Vernon of Cadiz. A memorial service will be held Monday, Jan. 19, 2015 at 3 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church of Cadiz, 154 West Market St., Cadiz, Ohio. Rev. Dr. John E. Harris will officiate. The family is being assisted by Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, 172 S. Main St., Cadiz, Ohio. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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