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Drill or bomb threat?

Drill or bomb threat?

CADIZ – At approximately 12:15 Wednesday afternoon, the entire Harrison Central High School emptied out and marched up the alley and crossed Main Street past the Courthouse to the Presbyterian Church. Some students said they were told a note was found in a restroom, of a threat to the school. Some authorities have said it was a bomb threat but Harrison County Sheriff, Joe Myers denied that and said it was a scheduled drill. Main Street was blocked off for a good 10 to 15 minutes while all the students marched past but nothing official has been announced at this time.

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BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

MONDAY MAY 18 – Harrison County Detective, William Jones stated that he was satisfied with the evidence they obtained from a raid conducted at a Bowerston home Saturday evening in regards to the murder suspect, Wesley Cark who was captured early Friday afternoon. Clark, suspected of murdering Dustin Moreland last week is now being held by Tuscarawas authorities on an unrelated charge. Jones said that they are in the process of building a case for the grand jury when he will be brought back to Harrison County on the apparent murder charges. Neither Harrison County Sheriff, Joe Myers or Jones would say whether a murder weapon had been found or whether Clark had any accomplices. FRIDAY, MAY 15 – The Carroll County Sheriff’s office has confirmed that Wesley Clark, suspected of murdering Dustin Moreland earlier in the week has been caught and is in custody in the Carroll County jail. The sheriff’s office said there was no problems in the arrest where sources said he had been hiding in the woods and was apprehended on Clay Road outside of Dellroy. Carroll County Sheriff, Dale Williams stated that they had found some of his family members who told them he was in house in Malvern. The Canton Swat team called was called but he evaded capture before they could get to him. A two-day search ensued then a woman called on  authorities Thursday after Clark asked to use her cell phone. After investigating, authorities knew he was calling relatives for help. Clark then broke into a vacant house in the vicinity but again he evaded capture. At approximately 12:15 p.m. Friday, after searching a wooded and secluded area, a red coat was found, which led them to Clark who was laying flat on the ground a short distance away. Williams said that Clark gave up with no resistance. “I was very surprised,” Williams said. “I thought this is one guy we’re going to probably have a problem with…somebody is going to get shot…but it worked out very well.” Also, information published in the News-Herald print edition due out May 16, may not be accurate regarding a revenge-type of killing. A relative of Moreland’s stated that Moreland may have testified in some past trial against Clark and that Clark killed him out of revenge but Williams stated that he didn’t believe that was true. Williams stated that he was not surprised that Clark was still in the area for they knew he was using phones in an attempt to get a relative to pick him up…”they didn’t have time to pick him up by the time we got down there.” He added that cruisers were all along the area’s roads forcing him to hunker down and basically boxing him in. Clark will next be transported to Tuscarawas County officials where warrants for his arrest await him then he’ll be transferred to Harrison County, according to Williams. Williams thanked the Harrison County authorities, the Canton Swat team, for which Williams has two members from his department on that team. He also thanked Tuscarawas County authorities and the State Highway Patrol as well. “It’s a great coalition between all the departments,” Williams said. “It worked out very well with everyone together and I’m just so pleased that we got him before somebody else got hurt, or somebody else got killed…and I’m just so glad that we got him.” On Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a possible missing homicide person location to be in Harrison County. The Harrison County Sheriff was notified by a Tuscarawas County Sheriff Detective that a person that is missing from Tuscarawas County, Uhrichsville area was supposed to be in a wooded area on Taylor Road, Uhrichsville Ohio which is located in Harrison County. Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers along with deputies did in fact locate a male person ID’d as one Dustin Moreland age 26, of Uhrichsville, Ohio. The Harrison County Corner was on scene and the body was transported to Stark Co. Corner office for an autopsy. Sheriff Myers stated that the investigation is still on going, and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office detective bureau, and both agencies are treating the death as a homicide. Sheriff Myers advised that the person being sought by authorities is Wesley Brittian Clark age 52 of LKA 118 Jay St., Uhrichville, Ohio. Mr. Clark was known to be in the Malvern area in Carroll County, and several searches of location in that area resulted in no contact with the suspect. Harrison County Sheriff is advising everyone that suspect is 6 foot tall, 280, hair is grey or has been recently been dyed black, and hazel eyes. The Sheriff’s Office through the course of the investigation believes that Mr. Clark has been getting a lot of help to avoid arrest suspect is considered armed and dangerous (Please Don’t Approach), call 911 or local law enforcement.

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Five-car pile up on 22

Five-car pile up on 22

HARRISON COUNTY – A five-car accident on U.S. 22 involving a semi-trailer occurred at the bridge construction site around 8 a.m. Monday morning. There were no severe injuries but three were taken to the hospital, according to the Ohio State Patrol (OSP) and a rescue official. Both east and west-bound lanes were closed for nearly three hours as traffic was re-routed. According to the OSP, Donald E. Hopkins, Sr. of Coshocton, was cited for failing to keep assured clear distance ahead as he plowed into three cars that had stopped for the red light heading east. A vehicle coming through from the west was then struck as a result of the semi-trailer hitting the three vehicles. Hopkins, who was driving a Sugarcreek Cartage, inc. trailer, refused treatment at the scene. A rescue official stated that by the time he’d arrived everyone was walking around that were involved in the accident before three were eventually taken away for treatment. By 11 a.m., crews were still working on cleaning the site up as a small dozer was lifting material off the road and into the bed of another trailer to haul it away.

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Ongoing sewage problems plague Board of Public Affairs

Ongoing sewage problems plague Board of Public Affairs

The recent string of rainy days over the past several weeks stirred up old wounds with a few residents on Charleston Street who have complained for some time. Gary Vorhees reported sewage pouring out of sewage drains onto his property recently, a problem that has been ongoing for many years. Now, though, the Village of Cadiz is doing something about it but to some it’s not enough, or at least not fast enough. Photographs and video provided by Vorhees paint an ugly picture of sewage being shoved up out of the ground through sewage covers by rainwater stuffing ancient pipes that are long overdue for replacing. “They spent all these millions of dollars and nothing’s getting done,” Vorhees claimed. “It comes out more than it ever has.” Nelson Birney is another resident and neighbor of Vorhees who has suffered with the sewage problem for over 30 years, he said. Birney credits himself with calling the EPA, which not only resulted in getting the village up and running on major overhauling but also resulted in over $42,000 in fines handed down by the EPA back in 2012. “If I had never said a daggone thing about that sewage down there, there would not be no new lines put in there, there wouldn’t be nothing right now,” Birney said in frustration. “It’s been getting worse and worse,” he said referring to the sewage problem over the years. “They’ve had broken pipes, the whole system, it’s overloaded let’s put it that way. And my big issue is now we’re putting two new motels up.” Read the full story in Saturday’s News-Herald

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HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

HC Sheriff promotes Drug Take-Back Day

Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers said that his office will be offering National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place on two different Saturdays; April 18, and April 25. This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications. Americans that participated in the ninth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on September 27, 2014 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and 4,076 of its national, tribal, and community law enforcement partners collected 617,150 pounds (309 tons) of unwanted prescription drugs at 5,495 sites. This brought the total amount of drugs collected in four years to 4,823,251 pounds, or 2,411 tons. Take-back initiative removes from circulation 2,411 tons of unused prescription drugs in four years. “The amount of prescription drugs turned in by the American public during the past nine Take-Back Day events speaks volumes about the need to develop a convenient way to rid homes of unwanted or expired prescription drugs,” said Sheriff Joe Myers. “With the continued support and hard work of our more than 88 county sheriff’s offices, local, and tribal law enforcement and community partners, these nine events have dramatically reduced the risk of prescription drug diversion and abuse, and increased awareness of this critical public health issue,” said Sheriff Myers. Myers also warned against flushing unused prescription drugs down the toilet, throwing them in the trash, or keeping them in the household medicine cabinet, resulting in contamination of the water supply and the theft and abuse of the prescription drugs. Sheriff Joe Myers and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office along with several area businesses will again partner to provide a safe drop-off point for unwanted, expired and unused medications. Custer Pharmacy, 122 S Main St, Cadiz; Cadiz; 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 651 Lincoln St, Cadiz; 9am to 12 p.m. and Neimayer Pharmacy, 112 E Main St, Scio will be collecting on Saturday, April 18, and Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sheriff Joe Myers states that by chance you miss these to date there is a drop box right inside the front door of the Sheriff Office, which is open to everyone 24/7 to take the unwanted drugs. The Sheriff reminds everyone that no liquids are accepted.

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Obituaries

Walter Mansfield

Walter Mansfield

Walter R. “Shakey” Mansfield, 64, of Cadiz (Unionvale), died Monday, May 18,  at Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz.  He was born Jan. 14, 1951 in Martins Ferry, a son of the late John and Alice DeWalt Mansfield. Shakey was a devoted truck driver, who loved his job for over forty years. He was a member of the Cadiz Aerie 2162, FOE. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Johnny Mansfield; three brothers, Charles, Robert and Lloyd Mansfield; and a sister, Bertha Mansfield. Surviving are his wife, Janet Stillwagon Mansfield; two daughters, Lori (Geary, Sr.) Bennington of Bloomingdale and Jennifer Johnson of Cadiz; five grandchildren: Geary, Jr., Austin, Gage, Samantha and Kameron; and a great-granddaughter on the way, who will be named Riley; four brothers, Ernie (Sherry) Mansfield, Jack (Marsha) Mansfield and Mark Mansfield, all of Cadiz; and Mike Mansfield of Durham, NC; two sisters, Linda (Jerry) Ledger of Cadiz and Connie of Hamilton, OH; and a sister-in-law, Sandy Mansfield of Cadiz. Friends may call Thursday, 4-7 p.m. at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, where funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. with Dean Blythe officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com

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Husky wrestling update

Husky wrestling update

Cadiz senior Hunter Pizzino is the only Husky wrestler alive in the OHSAA State Wrestling Championships in Columbus. Pizzino (138) won his opening match over Wes Fritz of St. Paul, but fell Friday morning to David Carr of Day Christian in the second championship round. He dropped down to the consolation round and will wrestle later today. Anthonly Risley (152) and Brandon White (113) were both eliminated on the first day. PHOTO: Hunter Pizzino.

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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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Drill or bomb threat?

Drill or bomb threat?

CADIZ – At approximately 12:15 Wednesday afternoon, the entire Harrison Central High School emptied out and marched up the alley and crossed Main Street past the Courthouse to the Presbyterian Church. Some students said they were told a note was found in a restroom, of a threat to the school. Some authorities have said it was a bomb threat but Harrison County Sheriff, Joe Myers denied that and said it was a scheduled drill. Main Street was blocked off for a good 10 to 15 minutes while all the students marched past but nothing official has been announced at this time.

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Walter Mansfield

Walter Mansfield

Walter R. “Shakey” Mansfield, 64, of Cadiz (Unionvale), died Monday, May 18,  at Harrison Community Hospital, Cadiz.  He was born Jan. 14, 1951 in Martins Ferry, a son of the late John and Alice DeWalt Mansfield. Shakey was a devoted truck driver, who loved his job for over forty years. He was a member of the Cadiz Aerie 2162, FOE. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Johnny Mansfield; three brothers, Charles, Robert and Lloyd Mansfield; and a sister, Bertha Mansfield. Surviving are his wife, Janet Stillwagon Mansfield; two daughters, Lori (Geary, Sr.) Bennington of Bloomingdale and Jennifer Johnson of Cadiz; five grandchildren: Geary, Jr., Austin, Gage, Samantha and Kameron; and a great-granddaughter on the way, who will be named Riley; four brothers, Ernie (Sherry) Mansfield, Jack (Marsha) Mansfield and Mark Mansfield, all of Cadiz; and Mike Mansfield of Durham, NC; two sisters, Linda (Jerry) Ledger of Cadiz and Connie of Hamilton, OH; and a sister-in-law, Sandy Mansfield of Cadiz. Friends may call Thursday, 4-7 p.m. at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, where funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. with Dean Blythe officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com

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BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

BREAKING NEWS: Manhunt ends

MONDAY MAY 18 – Harrison County Detective, William Jones stated that he was satisfied with the evidence they obtained from a raid conducted at a Bowerston home Saturday evening in regards to the murder suspect, Wesley Cark who was captured early Friday afternoon. Clark, suspected of murdering Dustin Moreland last week is now being held by Tuscarawas authorities on an unrelated charge. Jones said that they are in the process of building a case for the grand jury when he will be brought back to Harrison County on the apparent murder charges. Neither Harrison County Sheriff, Joe Myers or Jones would say whether a murder weapon had been found or whether Clark had any accomplices. FRIDAY, MAY 15 – The Carroll County Sheriff’s office has confirmed that Wesley Clark, suspected of murdering Dustin Moreland earlier in the week has been caught and is in custody in the Carroll County jail. The sheriff’s office said there was no problems in the arrest where sources said he had been hiding in the woods and was apprehended on Clay Road outside of Dellroy. Carroll County Sheriff, Dale Williams stated that they had found some of his family members who told them he was in house in Malvern. The Canton Swat team called was called but he evaded capture before they could get to him. A two-day search ensued then a woman called on  authorities Thursday after Clark asked to use her cell phone. After investigating, authorities knew he was calling relatives for help. Clark then broke into a vacant house in the vicinity but again he evaded capture. At approximately 12:15 p.m. Friday, after searching a wooded and secluded area, a red coat was found, which led them to Clark who was laying flat on the ground a short distance away. Williams said that Clark gave up with no resistance. “I was very surprised,” Williams said. “I thought this is one guy we’re going to probably have a problem with…somebody is going to get shot…but it worked out very well.” Also, information published in the News-Herald print edition due out May 16, may not be accurate regarding a revenge-type of killing. A relative of Moreland’s stated that Moreland may have testified in some past trial against Clark and that Clark killed him out of revenge but Williams stated that he didn’t believe that was true. Williams stated that he was not surprised that Clark was still in the area for they knew he was using phones in an attempt to get a relative to pick him up…”they didn’t have time to pick him up by the time we got down there.” He added that cruisers were all along the area’s roads forcing him to hunker down and basically boxing him in. Clark will next be transported to Tuscarawas County officials where warrants for his arrest await him then he’ll be transferred to Harrison County, according to Williams. Williams thanked the Harrison County authorities, the Canton Swat team, for which Williams has two members from his department on that team. He also thanked Tuscarawas County authorities and the State Highway Patrol as well. “It’s a great coalition between all the departments,” Williams said. “It worked out very well with everyone together and I’m just so pleased that we got him before somebody else got hurt, or somebody else got killed…and I’m just so glad that we got him.” On Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a possible missing homicide person location to be in Harrison County. The Harrison County Sheriff was notified by a Tuscarawas County Sheriff Detective that a person that is missing from Tuscarawas County, Uhrichsville area was supposed to be in a wooded area on Taylor Road, Uhrichsville Ohio which is located in Harrison County. Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers along with deputies did in fact locate a male person ID’d as one Dustin Moreland age 26, of Uhrichsville, Ohio. The Harrison County Corner was on scene and the body was transported to Stark Co. Corner office for an autopsy. Sheriff Myers stated that the investigation is still on going, and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office detective bureau, and both agencies are treating the death as a homicide. Sheriff Myers advised that the person being sought by authorities is Wesley Brittian Clark age 52 of LKA 118 Jay St., Uhrichville, Ohio. Mr. Clark was known to be in the Malvern area in Carroll County, and several searches of location in that area resulted in no contact with the suspect. Harrison County Sheriff is advising everyone that suspect is 6 foot tall, 280, hair is grey or has been recently been dyed black, and hazel eyes. The Sheriff’s Office through the course of the investigation believes that Mr. Clark has been getting a lot of help to avoid arrest suspect is considered armed and dangerous (Please Don’t Approach), call 911 or local law enforcement.

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Charlotte Curry

Charlotte Curry

Charlotte E. Curry, 85, of Jewett, Ohio, passed away in her home on May 12.  She was born in Steubenville, Ohio on June 14, 1929, the daughter of the late Thomas “Foxy” and Isabel Hughes Ryder. She was also preceded in death by her husband Earl Curry, whom she married on Oct. 12, 1947,  and a son, Randall Curry. Charlotte graduated from Jewett High School in 1946. She had been an Avon manager for twenty five years, was a member and choir director of the Bethel United Methodist Church near Jewett, and was a long time member of the  Jewett Garden Club. Charlotte is survived by three sons,  Greg (Karen) Curry of Walnut Creek, Ohio, Thomas (Helen) Curry of California, Ky., and Bradley Curry ( Mel Bryant) of New York, N.Y., and a very special friend, Edward Busby of Hopedale. Also surviving is her brother, Richard (Donna) Ryder of Jewett, eight grandchildren , eight great-grandchildren. Friends may call from noon until time of memorial services on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Bethel United Methodist Church, St. 151, Jewett, Ohio. Pastor Rodney Bowers will officiate. Blackburn Funeral Home of Jewett, Ohio is in charge of arrangements. www.blackburnfuneralhomes.com.  ( 740) 946-3351

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Five-car pile up on 22

Five-car pile up on 22

HARRISON COUNTY – A five-car accident on U.S. 22 involving a semi-trailer occurred at the bridge construction site around 8 a.m. Monday morning. There were no severe injuries but three were taken to the hospital, according to the Ohio State Patrol (OSP) and a rescue official. Both east and west-bound lanes were closed for nearly three hours as traffic was re-routed. According to the OSP, Donald E. Hopkins, Sr. of Coshocton, was cited for failing to keep assured clear distance ahead as he plowed into three cars that had stopped for the red light heading east. A vehicle coming through from the west was then struck as a result of the semi-trailer hitting the three vehicles. Hopkins, who was driving a Sugarcreek Cartage, inc. trailer, refused treatment at the scene. A rescue official stated that by the time he’d arrived everyone was walking around that were involved in the accident before three were eventually taken away for treatment. By 11 a.m., crews were still working on cleaning the site up as a small dozer was lifting material off the road and into the bed of another trailer to haul it away.

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Margaret Dickerson

Margaret Dickerson

Margaret Dickerson, 91, of Cadiz, died Monday, May 4, at Community Hospice in New Philadelphia surrounded by her family.  She was born August 25, 1923 in Bannock, Ohio a daughter of the late George and Mary Rickwalder Staso. She was a housewife and was a member of Scott United Methodist Church in Cadiz. She was preceded in death, in addition to her parents, by her husband, John Harry Dickerson in 1999; five brothers: John, Joseph, Andrew, Emro, and Mike Staso; and two sisters, her twin sister, Elizabeth Prevot and Helen Maleyrick. She is survived by two daughters: Marie Wilson of Cadiz and Mary Rothel and her husband Mark of New Philadelphia; a grandson, John Wilson of Cadiz and a granddaughter, Rebekah Rothel of New Philadelphia; a special buddy, Jon Little of Scio; two sisters-in-law, Anne Root and Helen Milliken; and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours will be held Wednesday, May 6 from 2-4 and 6-8 at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz where funeral service will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. with Pastor Jon Little officiating. Burial will follow at Cadiz Union Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice House, 716 Commercial Ave., SW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663-9367. The memorial guestbook may be signed at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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Doris J. Christy

Doris J. Christy

Doris J. Chirsty, 87 of Hopedale, died Friday, May 1, in Steubenville after a long illness. She was born in Steubenville on July 28, 1927, the daughter of the late Richard Carl Baker and Mary Moore. She was also preceded in death by two sisters, Pauline Kimble and Ruth Valkosky and a son in law, Randy Barnhart. Doris was a graduate of the Wayne High School class of 1946. She was a member and Sunday school teacher of the Hopedale Church of Christ since 1946. Doris is survived by her husband of 57 years, Glenn Christy, and a daughter Carla Jo Barnhart of Benton, Ill.; two grandchildren, Lindsay (Nathan) White of St. Charles, Mo., and Corey (Kacey) Barnhart of Vincennes Ind.; a sister Alice (Rex) Morgan of Hopedale, and three great- grandchildren, Korinne, Parker and Fynnlee. Doris was an avid animal lover particularly of horses. Services were held at the Hopedale Church of Christ on Tuesday with Pastor Dean Blythe officiating. Burial followed at Greenwood Cemetery.

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Albert C. “Abby” Crall

Albert C. “Abby” Crall

Albert Crawford “Abby” Crall, age 78, of Scio died Friday, May 1, in Trinity Medical Center West, Steubenville. Born April 10, 1937 in Cassville he was a son of the late Frank and Sylvia Smith Crall. He graduated from Scio High School in 1954 and married Virginia L. Barr Crall on May 27, 1959. A farmer all of his life, he and Virginia purchased their farm near Tappan in 1960. He also worked at the Scio Pottery for 21 years, operated heavy equipment for Stock Twp. for 40 years and for area coal companies and retired in 2000 from Mull Industries (formerly Scio Laminate). In his spare time he built fully functional wooden toys. Surviving in addition to his wife is a son Jeff A. Crall of Scio, a daughter Jennifer (Mike) Teel of Elk, Washington, grandchildren Cutter Crall of Scio and Abby, Jordan and Corrie Teel of Elk, Washington, a brother Ben Crall of Carrollton and a sister Janet Hall of Clarksville, TN. He was preceded in death by brothers Henry, Elmer, George, Lester, Carl and Gary “Doug” Crall and sisters Audrey Wallace, Donna Custer, Mildred Weaver and Connie Godman. Services will be held Tuesday at 11 am in Koch Funeral Home, Scio with Pastor Bob King officiating. Burial will follow in Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Tappan VFD, 33300 Cadiz Dennison Rd., Scio 43988.

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Marie Danze

Marie Danze

Marie Danze, 89, of Cadiz, Ohio, died Monday, April 27, at Gables Care Center, Hopedale. She was born August 8, 1925 in Cadiz, a daughter of the late Samuel and Laura Fox Bryan. Mrs. Danze was a retired employee of Silco, Pat’s M&K, Coultraps and Mattern’s Restaurant in Cadiz. She was a Methodist by faith and enjoyed playing Bingo, making ceramics and playing the slot machines at the casino. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Samuel, Wayne and Howard “Jack” Bryan and three sisters, Mary Woiticek, Martha Allen and Maxine Zimmerman. Surviving are her husband of 65 years, Samuel Danze; three daughters, Becky Danze Wilson of Cadiz, Toni(Don) Stewart and Gina Danze, all of Naperville, Ill.; two sons, Sam (Debbie) Danze of Carrollton and Mark (Melissa) Danze of Colerain; five grandchildren: Derrick, Angeline, Athena, Andrew and Alex; and five great-grandchildren: Mason, Harper, Avery, Declan and Anthony. A private service was held at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz, Ohio, with Rev. Dr. John E. Harris officiating. Burial was in Holly Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the Gables Care Center, Activity Fund, 351 Lahm Dr., Hopedale, Ohio 43976. Online condolences may be made at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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Frederick Bryan

Frederick Bryan

Frederick Samuel Bryan, 75 of Cadiz, died Sunday, April 26, 2015 at Weirton Medical Center. He was born September 3, 1939 in Cadiz, Ohio a son of the late Harry F. and Anne E. Dometrovich Bryan. He was a veteran having served in the U. S. Army and a member of the Cadiz American Legion. He is survived by his son Mike Bryan of Cadiz; a daughter, Cynthia Bryan of Fontana, California; grandchildren: Cody, Kyle and Cole; a sister, Yvonne Delloma of Beaver Creek, Ohio and a brother, Larry (Judy) Bryan of Bolivar. A graveside service will be held Wednesday, April 29 at 11 a.m. at Cadiz Union Cemetery with service and military honors conducted by the Cadiz American Legion. The memorial guestbook may be signed at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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