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BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

HARRISON COUNTY – Harrison County Health Department Director, Charles Fisher announced via telephone late Thursday afternoon that their tests results from Wednesday came in and all four results were all well below the .3 reading needed to rescind the order. Fisher said he took two readings at the school as well as two residences and the readings now are in conjunction with Ohio EPA’s readings from earlier in the week, which resulted in them lifting the order. The total report will be released later this evening.

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Scio Residents Meet With Attorneys, Air Grievances at Scio Meeting

Scio Residents Meet With Attorneys, Air Grievances at Scio Meeting

CADIZ – Some 40 residents met with two attorneys Wednesday afternoon at the Days Inn in Cadiz concerning the Scio water problems. The meeting took place at 3 p.m. with Brian Zimmerman and Chet Kern, one of the lawyers involved in Flint Michigan’s water disaster earlier in the year, who was also in attendance. Kern and Zimmerman are seeking help for Scio and rallying its citizens to seek financial relief for physical problems suffered as the result of the high manganese levels to the loss of appliances. They outright threatened a lawsuit with the help of the Scio citizens where Kern stated that the amount of signatures does not matter. The attorneys passed out a retainer agreement (Marc J. Bern & Partners LLP of New York) for citizens to sign if they choose to join a possible lawsuit against the Village of Scio. Citizens of Scio also brought in samples of their water, some of which was grotesquely discolored. Property issues were discussed as well as health issues. A shock also arrived in the form of the Cadiz Police Department (CPD) where they arrested Trisha McAfee, who has been instrumental in helping to expose Scio’s water problems and who was in attendance at the Days Inn. The CPD arrested McAfee on behalf of an outstanding warrant and had nothing to do with the meeting. But the odds on the coincidence of the two events was glaring. McAfee stated that she was told by authorities that someone called the police to inform them at 3 p.m. to notify where she would be. The warrant is apparently in regards to an auto accident years ago and involves a civil suit, not criminal. She later returned to the Days Inn to answer questions as the meeting was shutting down. Later in Scio, the issue continued at their regularly scheduled meeting where Harrison County Health Director Charles Fisher attended and spoke at length about finding solutions over people turning on each other and laying blame. The municipal building was packed with many of the same residents who attended the Days Inn gathering. Fisher stated that tests taken Wednesday afternoon hopefully could be returned by Thursday, but certainly Friday at the latest he hoped. His department, as of now, not lifted the “Do Not Drink” order as the EPA has, which he said did not please the head of the Ohio EPA. After the water issue had been discussed an hour and ten minutes later and everyone but one citizen and reporter were left, council again spoke of the water issues and Village Administrator Jake Tubaugh spoke of how they are on the right track but money as well as frustrations in dealing with the EPA were talked about. A full report on both meetings will be published in our Aug. 27 issue of the News-Herald.        

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Driver Survives With Only a Scratch

Driver Survives With Only a Scratch

HARRISON COUNTY – An 18-wheel tractor trailer sped around a sharp curve heading west on U.S. 22 towards the corner of Douglas Turn Road Tuesday afternoon but could not make the bend. The driver, a Gateway Transport employee was headed back to Laredo, Texas when his truck apparently fell to its side and skidded at least 20 to 30 feet before taking out more than a dozen guardrail posts and drifted down over an embankment. The truck came to rest practically wrapped around a tree and the cab was nearly completely crushed but the unknown driver escaped with barely a scratch and torn jeans. Rescue units from Cadiz, New Athens, Piedmont, Harrison County EMS and a Harrison Community Hospital rescue unit raced to the scene where the truck was carrying, what at first was an unknown substance where the area had to be cleared of all non-emergency personnel. The 34 year-old driver said that a stranger pulled him out of his cab with barely any space to crawl out of. He told one authority that he saw his life flash before his eyes. Cadiz Fire Chief, Leonard Merryman stated that a placard with a number on the truck told them of the material to look up, whereby they cleared the area before determining that the “gray dust” was only a “moderate irritant.” Merryman stated that the driver refused treatment but was later seen with a white bandage around his left wrist to go along with his torn left pant leg. Everyone on the scene stated how lucky the driver was. The driver said he had loaded his truck in Laredo before arriving in Cleveland to unload. He then traveled to Negley, Ohio to re-load before returning to Laredo but that’s not going to happen now. The Ohio State Patrol, as well as the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) were also on the scene.  

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Harrison County Health Department issues Do Not Drink order for Scio

Harrison County Health Department issues Do Not Drink order for Scio

The Harrison County Health Department is working with the Village of Scio regarding issues of water contamination. The Health Department has issued the following Do Not Drink order, which goes into effect immediately.

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Relay For Life Aug. 6

Relay For Life Aug. 6

Laura Cope (pictured left) spent a good part of a sunny Tuesday draping purple around the town. The display was for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life.  Keeping with this year’s American Cancer Society theme, we are encouraging you to Paint the Town Purple Aug 1- Aug 6 Harrison County Relay for Life Teams are asking local businesses to decorate their storefronts, signs, or doors in support of our relay event being held Aug 6 2016 from 5pm-11pm at Sally Buffalo Park Please visit our facebook page Harrison County Relay for Life or website www.relayforlife.org/HarrisonCounty or contact Julie McPeak for more information 740-491-2407 If you are a cancer survivor or caregiver, please contact us to RSVP for the FREE dinner at 5pm on Aug 6th.  

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Freda Irene Adams

Freda Irene Adams

Freda Irene Adams, 94, of Zanesville, formerly of Scio passed away on Aug. 27, 2016 at Primrose Retirement Community where she resided. She was born on Oct. 19, 1921 at High Knob, Monroe County, Ohio to Samuel and Louisa Carson. In her early youth the family moved to Bloomfield, Ohio. She attended Ludlow Rural High School graduating in 1939. She continued her education at Ohio University and graduated in 1943 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. She was initiated into the music honorary Sigma Alpha Iota. Following graduation she began her career teaching vocal music at Lucasville High School. Her teaching experiences were in Woodsfield and Lewisville before moving to Scio, Ohio in 1962 where she retired from teaching at Jewett-Scio High School in 1982. Freda was a member of the Scio Methodist Church where she served as church organist, President of the United Methodist Women and various church committees. She was a member of the Elevian Club and the Scio Civic Club. She held membership in the Woodsfield Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. In her later years she enjoyed cooking dinners at the church and for the Ruritan Club where she and Lawrence were actively involved in the local, district and national levels. On July 6, 1947 Freda married Lawrence P. Adams at the First Congregational Church in Marietta, Ohio. Freda was preceded in death by Lawrence, her parents, sister Vida Carson and son-in-law John H. Spring. Surviving are two daughters, Sharon Spring of Elgin, South Carolina and Debra (Steve) Starkey of Zanesville, Ohio. Grandchildren, Kevin (Erin) Spring of Copley, Ohio, Julie (Daniel) Richardson of Columbus, Ohio, Krista Starkey and Gregory Starkey Zanesville, Ohio. Great-grandchildren include Ian and Callen Spring and Porter and Reagan Richardson. Funeral services for Freda will be Thursday Sept. 1, at Koch Funeral Home, Scio, Ohio beginning at 11 a.m. Friends may call on Wednesday, Aug. 31 from 5 to 8 and one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Jewett, Ohio. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Scio United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, PO Box to 554, Scio, Ohio 43988. The family would like to thank Dr. Doug Myers and the nurses and aides at Primrose for their loving care.

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BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

HARRISON COUNTY – Harrison County Health Department Director, Charles Fisher announced via telephone late Thursday afternoon that their tests results from Wednesday came in and all four results were all well below the .3 reading needed to rescind the order. Fisher said he took two readings at the school as well as two residences and the readings now are in conjunction with Ohio EPA’s readings from earlier in the week, which resulted in them lifting the order. The total report will be released later this evening.

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MWCD to host community food drive and games for hunger at Tappan

MWCD to host community food drive and games for hunger at Tappan

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) is organizing a community food drive across the district at the five major lake parks to encourage community engagement. Anyone who brings a non-perishable food item to the park gates at Tappan Lake Park on Saturday, Aug. 6 will receive free admission to the park for the day! Take advantage of the park’s swim beach and inflatable water toys, hiking trails, Nature Center, and scheduled activities, while helping local people in need. All food items will be donated to the Harcatus Harrison County Food Pantry. In addition to the free daily admission, the park has planned Games for Hunger that includes a learn to fish program, cornhole tournament, and Explorers of Nature. There will also be a Tropical Luau and Hog Roast at the Beach on Saturday evening. Pork sandwiches and meals will be available for purchase beginning at 5 p.m. DJ In Tunes will provide entertainment from 7-10 p.m. and offer a dance contest. A complete activity schedule is available online at www.tappanparkohio.org. Tappan Lake Park is located at 84000 Mallarnee Rd, Deersville, OH 44693.

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Freda Irene Adams

Freda Irene Adams

Freda Irene Adams, 94, of Zanesville, formerly of Scio passed away on Aug. 27, 2016 at Primrose Retirement Community where she resided. She was born on Oct. 19, 1921 at High Knob, Monroe County, Ohio to Samuel and Louisa Carson. In her early youth the family moved to Bloomfield, Ohio. She attended Ludlow Rural High School graduating in 1939. She continued her education at Ohio University and graduated in 1943 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. She was initiated into the music honorary Sigma Alpha Iota. Following graduation she began her career teaching vocal music at Lucasville High School. Her teaching experiences were in Woodsfield and Lewisville before moving to Scio, Ohio in 1962 where she retired from teaching at Jewett-Scio High School in 1982. Freda was a member of the Scio Methodist Church where she served as church organist, President of the United Methodist Women and various church committees. She was a member of the Elevian Club and the Scio Civic Club. She held membership in the Woodsfield Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. In her later years she enjoyed cooking dinners at the church and for the Ruritan Club where she and Lawrence were actively involved in the local, district and national levels. On July 6, 1947 Freda married Lawrence P. Adams at the First Congregational Church in Marietta, Ohio. Freda was preceded in death by Lawrence, her parents, sister Vida Carson and son-in-law John H. Spring. Surviving are two daughters, Sharon Spring of Elgin, South Carolina and Debra (Steve) Starkey of Zanesville, Ohio. Grandchildren, Kevin (Erin) Spring of Copley, Ohio, Julie (Daniel) Richardson of Columbus, Ohio, Krista Starkey and Gregory Starkey Zanesville, Ohio. Great-grandchildren include Ian and Callen Spring and Porter and Reagan Richardson. Funeral services for Freda will be Thursday Sept. 1, at Koch Funeral Home, Scio, Ohio beginning at 11 a.m. Friends may call on Wednesday, Aug. 31 from 5 to 8 and one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Jewett, Ohio. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Scio United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, PO Box to 554, Scio, Ohio 43988. The family would like to thank Dr. Doug Myers and the nurses and aides at Primrose for their loving care.

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BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

BREAKING: Harrison County HD to lift “Do Not Drink” order

HARRISON COUNTY – Harrison County Health Department Director, Charles Fisher announced via telephone late Thursday afternoon that their tests results from Wednesday came in and all four results were all well below the .3 reading needed to rescind the order. Fisher said he took two readings at the school as well as two residences and the readings now are in conjunction with Ohio EPA’s readings from earlier in the week, which resulted in them lifting the order. The total report will be released later this evening.

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Lavonne L. Dunlap

Lavonne L. Dunlap

Lavonne L. Dunlap, 96, of Cadiz died Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016 at her home. She was born August 20, 1920 in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania a daughter of the late Charles G. and Jean Epler Leeser. She was a former teller having worked at the 1st National Bank and Equitable Savings and Loan in Cadiz, a member of the Presbyterian Church of Cadiz, Cadiz Garden Club and Sewing Club.  She was an accomplished pianist and organist, who played for many school and community events throughout her lifetime.  She enjoyed playing golf at the Cadiz Country Club and was a Comptometrist in Cleveland during WW II. She was preceded in death in addition to her parents; by her husband, Ralph Dillon Dunlap in 1988 and two brothers: Maurice and Talmadge Leeser. Surviving are a sister, Naomi Trotter of Cadiz; several nieces and nephews, including: Charles Leeser, Maurine Huntsman, Sandy Hendershot, Patty Bobot, Tim Trotter, Patty Thomas, Bill Thomas, Jeff Taylor, Suzie Taylor and Michael Taylor; many grand nieces and grand nephews. Calling hours will be held Sunday, Aug. 28 from 1-4 at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz where funeral service will be held Monday at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Erica Harley officiating. Burial will follow at Cadiz Union Cemetery. The memorial guestbook may be signed at www.clark-kirkland.com.

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Scio Residents Meet With Attorneys, Air Grievances at Scio Meeting

Scio Residents Meet With Attorneys, Air Grievances at Scio Meeting

CADIZ – Some 40 residents met with two attorneys Wednesday afternoon at the Days Inn in Cadiz concerning the Scio water problems. The meeting took place at 3 p.m. with Brian Zimmerman and Chet Kern, one of the lawyers involved in Flint Michigan’s water disaster earlier in the year, who was also in attendance. Kern and Zimmerman are seeking help for Scio and rallying its citizens to seek financial relief for physical problems suffered as the result of the high manganese levels to the loss of appliances. They outright threatened a lawsuit with the help of the Scio citizens where Kern stated that the amount of signatures does not matter. The attorneys passed out a retainer agreement (Marc J. Bern & Partners LLP of New York) for citizens to sign if they choose to join a possible lawsuit against the Village of Scio. Citizens of Scio also brought in samples of their water, some of which was grotesquely discolored. Property issues were discussed as well as health issues. A shock also arrived in the form of the Cadiz Police Department (CPD) where they arrested Trisha McAfee, who has been instrumental in helping to expose Scio’s water problems and who was in attendance at the Days Inn. The CPD arrested McAfee on behalf of an outstanding warrant and had nothing to do with the meeting. But the odds on the coincidence of the two events was glaring. McAfee stated that she was told by authorities that someone called the police to inform them at 3 p.m. to notify where she would be. The warrant is apparently in regards to an auto accident years ago and involves a civil suit, not criminal. She later returned to the Days Inn to answer questions as the meeting was shutting down. Later in Scio, the issue continued at their regularly scheduled meeting where Harrison County Health Director Charles Fisher attended and spoke at length about finding solutions over people turning on each other and laying blame. The municipal building was packed with many of the same residents who attended the Days Inn gathering. Fisher stated that tests taken Wednesday afternoon hopefully could be returned by Thursday, but certainly Friday at the latest he hoped. His department, as of now, not lifted the “Do Not Drink” order as the EPA has, which he said did not please the head of the Ohio EPA. After the water issue had been discussed an hour and ten minutes later and everyone but one citizen and reporter were left, council again spoke of the water issues and Village Administrator Jake Tubaugh spoke of how they are on the right track but money as well as frustrations in dealing with the EPA were talked about. A full report on both meetings will be published in our Aug. 27 issue of the News-Herald.        

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Driver Survives With Only a Scratch

Driver Survives With Only a Scratch

HARRISON COUNTY – An 18-wheel tractor trailer sped around a sharp curve heading west on U.S. 22 towards the corner of Douglas Turn Road Tuesday afternoon but could not make the bend. The driver, a Gateway Transport employee was headed back to Laredo, Texas when his truck apparently fell to its side and skidded at least 20 to 30 feet before taking out more than a dozen guardrail posts and drifted down over an embankment. The truck came to rest practically wrapped around a tree and the cab was nearly completely crushed but the unknown driver escaped with barely a scratch and torn jeans. Rescue units from Cadiz, New Athens, Piedmont, Harrison County EMS and a Harrison Community Hospital rescue unit raced to the scene where the truck was carrying, what at first was an unknown substance where the area had to be cleared of all non-emergency personnel. The 34 year-old driver said that a stranger pulled him out of his cab with barely any space to crawl out of. He told one authority that he saw his life flash before his eyes. Cadiz Fire Chief, Leonard Merryman stated that a placard with a number on the truck told them of the material to look up, whereby they cleared the area before determining that the “gray dust” was only a “moderate irritant.” Merryman stated that the driver refused treatment but was later seen with a white bandage around his left wrist to go along with his torn left pant leg. Everyone on the scene stated how lucky the driver was. The driver said he had loaded his truck in Laredo before arriving in Cleveland to unload. He then traveled to Negley, Ohio to re-load before returning to Laredo but that’s not going to happen now. The Ohio State Patrol, as well as the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) were also on the scene.  

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John Raymond Taylor

John Raymond Taylor

John Raymond Taylor, 54, of Moorefield, died Monday, Aug. 22, at Gables Care Center, Hopedale. He was born Feb. 10, 1962 in Akron, Ohio, a son of the late Hershell (Joe) and Evelyn Miller Taylor. John did editing for recordings and was a roofer. He served in the US Navy, and enjoyed fishing, gardening, reading and surfing on his computer. Surviving are sisters, Cindy (Mike) Hoylman of St. Petersburg, FL and Nancy Wilson of Eclenberg, Ohio; sisters-in-law Betty McCartney of Rootstown, Ohio and Debbie Taylor of Orlando, Fla.; many nieces and nephews; great nieces and great nephews; and his extended family of Moorefield, Ruth Beach, Penny and Russell Bowersock, Peggy and John Milliken and Shelly Balint. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Jeff and his beloved dog, Sally. John donated his body to The Ohio State University, College of Medicine to advance science. Local arrangements are by Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, Cadiz.

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Coty Steffanni

Coty Steffanni

Coty Steffanni, age 22, of Venice, Fla., passed away on Aug. 17, 2016. He was a graduate of Venice High School and a member of the drumline. Coty attended Grace Community Bible Church. He was a member of South Florida Shark Club, and he loved fishing, outdoors, and line dancing. His family, Katelynn and friends were his everything. In keeping with Coty’s loving and generous spirit, it was his wish to donate life so that others may live. He was a teacher to those around him and would openly share his passions and knowledge of the sea. He found beauty in every day and encouraged those around him to always live in the moment. Coty definitely mastered how to live life to the fullest. Surviving family members include his mother, Kimberly Haywood (Jay) of Venice; sisters Brenna Steffanni, Caylie Bean, and Emily Haywood; brothers Nick Haywood, and Joey Crowell; grandmothers Susan Petrisko (Joseph), and Peggy Haywood (Harold); numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his girlfriend Katelynn Pascale. He was preceded in death by his grandfather David Steffanni, Jr. A Celebration of Life Service was held on Saturday, Aug. 20 at 4 pm at Maxine Barritt Park, 1800 S. Harbor Dr., Venice, Fla., with a beach casual reception, “Coty style”, which immediately followed. Donations can be made to Kimberly Haywood, 5041 Caryl Road, Venice, FL 34293 Arrangements by Farley Funeral Homes. To share a memory of Coty or leave a condolence visit www.farleyfuneralhome.com.

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John A. McElhaney

John A. McElhaney

John A. McElhaney, age 84, of 27375 Friendly Ridge Road, Tippecanoe passed away suddenly Wednesday, August 17, 2016 in Union Hospital Emergency Room, Dover, Ohio. He was born in Piedmont, Ohio on April 26, 1932, to the late Earl McElhaney & Ada Vickers McElhaney. Surviving is his wife of 61 years, Martha McCormick McElhaney. They were married June 12, 1955. Also surviving are two daughters: Linnah (Tom) Hodkinson of Tippecanoe and Carla (Dave) Birney of Dover; four grandchildren: Julia (Vic) Bologna of Dover, Jennifer (Brendan) McKee of Dover, Ben Hodkinson of Tippecanoe and Allison (Aaron) Porter of Dover; four great-grandchildren: Evan Bologna, Camden Bologna, Cassidy McKee and Miles McKee; a brother, Len (Marty) McElhaney of Forest, Virginia; a sister-in-law, Ruth McCormick of Dover; and four nieces and nephews: David (Robin) McElhaney, Diane (Larry) Hull, Kathy (Mike) Worley, and David (Shar) McCormick. John was preceded in death by an infant son, Gregory Alan McElhaney in 1956; a brother-in-law, Bill McCormick in 1992; and his father- and mother-in-law, William and Isabelle McCormick. John was a 1950 graduate of Freeport High School. After graduating he worked for the B&O Railroad in Holloway before being drafted into the United States Army. He served his country in Korea from July 1952 to May of 1954. He served on the Harrison County Veterans Service Commission for several years. He was a member and very active with the former Stillwater Valley Post Veterans of Foreign Wars until they dissolved, then joined the Midvale Post where he was still currently active. He was a member of the Freeport United Methodist Church and the former Lakeland Athletic and Band Boosters. John was a 4-H Advisor and a recipient of the Guernsey County Young Farmer of the Year Award while farming in Guernsey County. He was an avid deer hunter. Johnny Mac loved farming and did so his entire life. He and his family started with a dairy farm near Londonderry. In 1968, they sold their dairy herd and moved to Friendly Ridge, Tippecanoe where he raised beef cattle. He then went to work for the US Army Corp of Engineers Civilian and retired as project superintendent at Clendening Lake. After he retired he served as a Washington Township Trustee for several years. His two daughters and their husbands were very dear to him. He was very involved with school activities and kept the score book and time clock for boys and girls basketball games for Lakeland High School and he then continued the tradition and followed his grandchildren in sports at Harrison Central and Dover High Schools. He enjoyed spoiling his great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, August 19, 2016 in the Freeport United Methodist Church. Visitation will also be in the church from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday prior to the service which will begin 1:00 p.m. with Pastor David Koch and Pastor Paul Turner officiating. Military rites and burial will follow in Greenmont Union Cemetery, Freeport. Memorial contributions in John’s memory may be made to Freeport United Methodist Church or a charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences may be made on the funeral home’s website – www.kochfuneralhome.net

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Harrison County Health Department issues Do Not Drink order for Scio

Harrison County Health Department issues Do Not Drink order for Scio

The Harrison County Health Department is working with the Village of Scio regarding issues of water contamination. The Health Department has issued the following Do Not Drink order, which goes into effect immediately.

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Barry S. Anderson II

Barry S. Anderson II

Barry S. Anderson II, 27, of Cadiz, Ohio, and formerly of Conneaut, passed away Wednesday morning, Aug. 3, 2016, following an automobile accident. He was born Sept. 19, 1988, in Ashtabula to Barry S. Anderson and Maria Watson. Barry graduated from Edgewood High School in 2007 and worked for Anderson and Crew Flooring as a flooring technician in Conneaut. Barry was a veteran of the Army and the National Guard. He belonged to the Jewett Sportsman Club, Scio American Legion Post 482, Carrollton Vets Club, American Legion Cowle Post 151, and loved to shoot pool and bowl. Survivors include his children, Barry “Shawn” Anderson, III, and Leah; parents, Maria (Joel) Watson and Barry S. (Kelly) Anderson; fiancé, Kelsey Leigh Prevot; and his siblings, Ryan, Kristy, Aaron, Adrianna Anderson and Ali Orlando. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Carol Brown, Anna Hedrick and James Shreve; and his great grandmother, Thelma Wheeler. The family received friends at the Marcy Funeral Home and Cremation Service, 208 Liberty St., Conneaut. Funeral service was held Monday, Aug. 8, 2016, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Family to put towards a trust for Barry’s two children. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Please sign the guestbook and light a candle at www.marcyfuneralhome.com.

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