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Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Coming Aug. 26, an archery extravaganza will take place at the Cast And Blast Lodge, located at 45611 Stumptown Road, Cadiz. Music, raffles and plenty of food will be on hand as well. A special appearance by T-Bone, co-host of “The Bone Collector, and the band, “The Hillbilly Way” will help color the morning-to-night, day long event. Two 3D archery courses begin at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A pig roast and barbeque will take place from noon to 7 p.m. Gun raffles, a 50/50 auction and silent auction will take place with I.C. Light being provided from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (must be over 21). Also, on-site camping (no electric or water) at $25 with over 20 vendors on-site to include ATVs, archery equipment, hunting apparel, custom gun manufacturer, Outfitters and more. The “Hillbilly Way” band will play at 8 p.m. with hillside seating only, so blankets and cushions are encouraged. To purchase tickets in advance call: (724) 421-3618. A $50 ticket includes shooting the courses, food, beverages and concert. A $25 ticket includes food, beverages and concert.

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Cancer Crusaders Present Wynn Varble Sunday At SBP

Cancer Crusaders Present Wynn Varble Sunday At SBP

CADIZ – A benefit for the Harrison County Cancer Crusaders presented by Tony’s Treasure’s Productions will showcase country singer, Wynn Varble Sunday evening at Sally Buffalo Park’s Wallace Lodge. The date is this Sunday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. for a one night only free concert. Cody Romshak will be opening the show. Expect to hear songs and story telling including Garth Brooks’ “Mom” along with Three No. 1 Country hits he wrote: Brad Paisley’s “Waitin On A Woman,” Easton Corbin’s “I’m a Little More Country Than That,” “and Darryl Worley’s “Have You Forgotten.” This is a BYOB event with food and non-alcoholic beverages available for sale. For more information on Varble go to: www.wynnvarble.com. Donations are accepted and for further information, please call: 740-942-3213.

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Ohio 9 Accident Ends In Fortunate Result

Ohio 9 Accident Ends In Fortunate Result

CADIZ – An accident on Ohio 9 this afternoon involving a Chevy Cavalier rear ending a pickup truck resulted in a very fortunate outcome. The Cavalier was driven by a woman with two children in the backseat and struck the Chevy pickup as it pulled out of Industrial Park Road onto Ohio 9 heading towards Cadiz. There were no reported serious injures except for bumps and bruises. Serious damage was seen to the Cavalier’s front end being partly smashed in. The passenger windshield was shattered by the airbag. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) the unnamed woman was deemed at fault and would cited for A.C.D.A., or following too close. Further details to come in our Aug. 19 print edition.

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Buckeye Local Back to School Bash This Sunday

Buckeye Local Back to School Bash This Sunday

DILLONVALE – Buckeye Local Schools are kicking off the new year with the annual Back To School Bash this Sunday. The event runs from 3-5 p.m. at Buckeye Local High School but is preceded by the school band’s chicken dinner fundraiser from noon to 3 p.m. The bash will feature fun and games, food, door prizes and while school supplies will be given away to help students prepare for class. Previous celebrations have drawn upwards of 600 people and organizers hope the good weather and free offerings attract another great turnout. Members of Team B.L.U.E. (Buckeye Local Uniting Everyone) are planning the upcoming festivities and promise many of the same popular offerings as in years past, while there are a few other additions. Susie Nolan, principal at Buckeye North and a member of Team B.L.U.E., said bags of free school supplies would be distributed and nearly 500 bags were packed by the high school cheerleaders. Raffles, prizes and other treats will also be available to attendants. “All of this is possible because Team B.L.U.E. spearheaded the Back To School Bash and got the community, staff and parents involved through donations, be they monetary or supplies,” she said. “It’s very much appreciated.” The high school marching band will perform at 3:30 p.m. while more tunes will come from the band All Ends Well, which includes Buckeye Local graduates, from 4-5 p.m. as well as DJ Chuck Eddy. In addition, children can enjoy inflatable rides from Movin’ & Groovin’ Productions of Toronto and also meet their principals and school staff before they head back to class on Aug. 28. School staff and organizations will join community businesses and groups to dole out free goodies and information, while vendors such as Origami Owl, Lularoe, Younique, Magnabilities, Jamby, The Soap Mason, Touch of Amish, LipSense and various crafters will have items for sale. Among the other groups involved are Meadowbrook Church of God, the Cardinal Plant, Warren Township Lions Club, BLHS Cross Country and cheerleaders, North Elementary and its PTO, Alpha Delta Kappa and, of course, Team B.L.U.E. Nolan said Buckeye Local-themed items plus book bags and school supplies will also be distributed as door prizes. The Back to School Rally is only one facet of Team B.L.U.E.’s plans to bolster cooperation within the school community. The group includes a mixture of school and community members and have met since May to formulate ideas to promote the district and build trust, transparency and unity. Organizers said Team B.L.U.E. took over the bash after grant funding for the activity expired.

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Superhero Day at Tappan

Superhero Day at Tappan

TAPPAN LAKE – The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) and the American Cancer Society (ACS) are sponsoring a Superhero Day Aug. 5. Races for adults and kids and other functions are on tap with race registration beginning at noon. The cost is $15 per person with a 1 p.m. starting time for the 5K race. At 2:30 p.m. a Superhero kids challenge will take place with a $5 admission fee for kids. At 4 p.m. offers a “Meet a real Superhero.” There will be a DJ at 7 p.m. with a mini Relay For Life. And at 9 p.m. Light Up The Beach will take place. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. For questions please contact Eric Baker: 888-227-6446, ext: 2226 or: eric.baker@cancer.org.

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Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Coming Aug. 26, an archery extravaganza will take place at the Cast And Blast Lodge, located at 45611 Stumptown Road, Cadiz. Music, raffles and plenty of food will be on hand as well. A special appearance by T-Bone, co-host of “The Bone Collector, and the band, “The Hillbilly Way” will help color the morning-to-night, day long event. Two 3D archery courses begin at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A pig roast and barbeque will take place from noon to 7 p.m. Gun raffles, a 50/50 auction and silent auction will take place with I.C. Light being provided from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (must be over 21). Also, on-site camping (no electric or water) at $25 with over 20 vendors on-site to include ATVs, archery equipment, hunting apparel, custom gun manufacturer, Outfitters and more. The “Hillbilly Way” band will play at 8 p.m. with hillside seating only, so blankets and cushions are encouraged. To purchase tickets in advance call: (724) 421-3618. A $50 ticket includes shooting the courses, food, beverages and concert. A $25 ticket includes food, beverages and concert.

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Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner

Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner

Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner, age 68, of Harrisville, Ohio, formerly a long-time resident of Scio, Ohio, passed away at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, W.Va., on Aug. 9, 2017, after a courageous battle with cancer. Theresa married her high school sweetheart and the love of her life, Forrest Tanner, on Feb. 7, 1970. The young couple lived in Scio, where they raised their children, until moving to Harrisville, Ohio last year. Theresa was a devoted and loving wife, mom, and grandma. She spent her life nurturing and caring for her three children and eight grandchildren. Theresa was born on March 5, 1949 in Martins Ferry, Ohio to John Stock and Elizabeth (Toth) Stock, who preceded her in death, and had three siblings: Elizabeth Stock (John, late) Figurski of Adena, Ohio; John (Carol) Stock of Martins Ferry, Ohio; and the late Margaret Stock (Larry) Harmon of Princeton, N.C. She graduated from Adena High School in 1969. Theresa is survived by her beloved husband of 47 years, Forrest Tanner and her three children: Forrest (Kim) Tanner, Jr. of Goldsboro, N.C.; George (Heidi) Tanner of Marysville, Ohio; andAmy (Shawn) Harkins of Fayetteville, N.C. She was incredibly happy to be the loving ‘Ganny’ of eight grandchildren: Ryan, Forrest III, Shane, George, Albert, Tristin, Collin and Hannah. Theresa decided to donate her body to a company for cancer research, hoping she could be a small part of something to change the futures of others affected by this callous disease. In lieu of flowers, Theresa and her loved ones respectfully request that donations be made to either Harrison County Cancer Crusaders (226 Charleston St., Cadiz OH 43907) or St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital (501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105).

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Hey Now, Harrison County Episode 4

Hey Now, Harrison County Episode 4

On this episode Jim Thompson from the Harrison County Veterans Service Office talks about the many services they offer to Harrison County Veterans agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || agent.indexOf(name_op.toLowerCase())>-1) { pbwp_audio = document.getElementById('audioplayer-50d31fbc65ee3d07bff7cf74d357a2d4'); pbwp_audio.style.display = "none"; pbwp_audio_fallback = document.createElement('embed'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('type', 'application/x-shockwave-flash'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('flashvars', 'audioUrl=http://www.harrisonnewsherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/HNHC-Episode-4.mp3'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('src', 'http://www.harrisonnewsherald.com/wp-content/plugins/pb-oembed-html5-audio-with-cache-support/3523697345-audio-player.swf'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('width', '400'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('height', '27'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('quality', 'best'); pbwp_audio.parentNode.insertBefore(pbwp_audio_fallback, pbwp_audio.nextSibling); }

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Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Cast And Blast Lodge holding extravaganza

Coming Aug. 26, an archery extravaganza will take place at the Cast And Blast Lodge, located at 45611 Stumptown Road, Cadiz. Music, raffles and plenty of food will be on hand as well. A special appearance by T-Bone, co-host of “The Bone Collector, and the band, “The Hillbilly Way” will help color the morning-to-night, day long event. Two 3D archery courses begin at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A pig roast and barbeque will take place from noon to 7 p.m. Gun raffles, a 50/50 auction and silent auction will take place with I.C. Light being provided from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (must be over 21). Also, on-site camping (no electric or water) at $25 with over 20 vendors on-site to include ATVs, archery equipment, hunting apparel, custom gun manufacturer, Outfitters and more. The “Hillbilly Way” band will play at 8 p.m. with hillside seating only, so blankets and cushions are encouraged. To purchase tickets in advance call: (724) 421-3618. A $50 ticket includes shooting the courses, food, beverages and concert. A $25 ticket includes food, beverages and concert.

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Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner

Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner

Theresa Ann (Stock) Tanner, age 68, of Harrisville, Ohio, formerly a long-time resident of Scio, Ohio, passed away at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, W.Va., on Aug. 9, 2017, after a courageous battle with cancer. Theresa married her high school sweetheart and the love of her life, Forrest Tanner, on Feb. 7, 1970. The young couple lived in Scio, where they raised their children, until moving to Harrisville, Ohio last year. Theresa was a devoted and loving wife, mom, and grandma. She spent her life nurturing and caring for her three children and eight grandchildren. Theresa was born on March 5, 1949 in Martins Ferry, Ohio to John Stock and Elizabeth (Toth) Stock, who preceded her in death, and had three siblings: Elizabeth Stock (John, late) Figurski of Adena, Ohio; John (Carol) Stock of Martins Ferry, Ohio; and the late Margaret Stock (Larry) Harmon of Princeton, N.C. She graduated from Adena High School in 1969. Theresa is survived by her beloved husband of 47 years, Forrest Tanner and her three children: Forrest (Kim) Tanner, Jr. of Goldsboro, N.C.; George (Heidi) Tanner of Marysville, Ohio; andAmy (Shawn) Harkins of Fayetteville, N.C. She was incredibly happy to be the loving ‘Ganny’ of eight grandchildren: Ryan, Forrest III, Shane, George, Albert, Tristin, Collin and Hannah. Theresa decided to donate her body to a company for cancer research, hoping she could be a small part of something to change the futures of others affected by this callous disease. In lieu of flowers, Theresa and her loved ones respectfully request that donations be made to either Harrison County Cancer Crusaders (226 Charleston St., Cadiz OH 43907) or St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital (501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105).

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Cancer Crusaders Present Wynn Varble Sunday At SBP

Cancer Crusaders Present Wynn Varble Sunday At SBP

CADIZ – A benefit for the Harrison County Cancer Crusaders presented by Tony’s Treasure’s Productions will showcase country singer, Wynn Varble Sunday evening at Sally Buffalo Park’s Wallace Lodge. The date is this Sunday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. for a one night only free concert. Cody Romshak will be opening the show. Expect to hear songs and story telling including Garth Brooks’ “Mom” along with Three No. 1 Country hits he wrote: Brad Paisley’s “Waitin On A Woman,” Easton Corbin’s “I’m a Little More Country Than That,” “and Darryl Worley’s “Have You Forgotten.” This is a BYOB event with food and non-alcoholic beverages available for sale. For more information on Varble go to: www.wynnvarble.com. Donations are accepted and for further information, please call: 740-942-3213.

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Ohio 9 Accident Ends In Fortunate Result

Ohio 9 Accident Ends In Fortunate Result

CADIZ – An accident on Ohio 9 this afternoon involving a Chevy Cavalier rear ending a pickup truck resulted in a very fortunate outcome. The Cavalier was driven by a woman with two children in the backseat and struck the Chevy pickup as it pulled out of Industrial Park Road onto Ohio 9 heading towards Cadiz. There were no reported serious injures except for bumps and bruises. Serious damage was seen to the Cavalier’s front end being partly smashed in. The passenger windshield was shattered by the airbag. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) the unnamed woman was deemed at fault and would cited for A.C.D.A., or following too close. Further details to come in our Aug. 19 print edition.

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Shirley M. Myers

Shirley M. Myers

“Together Again” Shirley M. Myers Shirley M. Myers went to be with the Lord on Aug. 5, 2017. She was born on May 31, 1934 near Jewett, Ohio, the daughter of the late James and Roiene Wilson. She graduated from Jewett High School and resided in Canton with her beloved husband, Richard L. Myers who preceded her in death. Shirley retired from Keybank in June of 1997 following 27 years of service. She was a long-time member of Christ Presbyterian Church and a member of the Eastern Star. She was God’s Faithful Servant and an Angel to so many. She is survived by her two sons, Richard (Laura) Myers and James (Sheri) Myers; three grandchildren; her beloved sister, Nickey (Daryl) Fondriest and nephew, William (Janet) Fondriest. Shirley’s family will receive friends Thursday, August 10th from 10:30 – 11:30 am at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville. Services will follow at 12:00 pm with Pastor Robert Combs officiating. She will be laid to rest beside her husband in Fairview Cemetery in Jewett, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Richard Lee “Okie” Calfy

Richard Lee “Okie” Calfy

Richard Lee “Okie” Calfy, age 67, of New Rumley passed away Monday, Aug.  7, 2017 at his home with his loving wife by his side. Born Feb. 4, 1950 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma he was a son of the late Billie Jack Calfy and Ruth Wheat Calfy. Rick moved to Harrison County in the early 1980’s to get a job as an ironworker. His hard work and dedication allowed him to work for Ironworkers Local 550 in Canton until an injury in 2002 forced him to retire.    Rick was a member of the Sons of the Scio American Legion Post #482. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing. Dogs had a special place in his heart especially his dog Jill and he also loved his two rescued cats, Charlie and Kitty.    Surviving are his wife Frances Grogg-Calfy whom he married Aug. 15, 2014; a daughter Tonya Daniel of Florida; three granddaughters; five great grandchildren; siblings Virginia Calfy, Billie Jean Calfy, Johnnie Rae Calfy, Jerry Don Calfy and Stella Mavis “Sis” Downing all of Oklahoma.    Services will be held Wednesday Aug.  9 at 2 pm in Koch Funeral Home, Scio with Pastor John Bishop officiating. Friends may call three hours prior to the service from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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James M. Patton

James M. Patton

James M. Patton 91, went peacefully to be with the Lord on July 31, 2017 in Leesburg, Fla. Jim was born June 20, 1926 near Jewett, Ohio, the son of late Mary Martin Patton & Hearn L. Patton.  He married Gertrude Shields on June 28, 1952.  They recently celebrated 65 years of marriage. One sister, Marjorie Statler preceded him in death.   Jim graduated from Jewett High School in 1944 and served in the US Navy during WWII.  When he returned to Harrison County, he worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil & Water Conversation Service for 35 years, during which time he assisted farmers in establishing contour strips and diversion ditches throughout Harrison County. During this time he also farmed 600 acres raising sheep, cattle, and Appaloosa horses and raced several trotters.    Jim was a 65 year member of Harrison Lodge #219 F.& A.M., the Scottish Rite, Valley of Steubenville, and Osiris Shrine where he was active with the Wheeling Clown Unit. He often remarked he had been in parades with the Shriners from Toronto, Canada to Miami, Florida and many places in between. Jim was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Cadiz.  Survivors include his wife; two sons, Patrick (Sally) of Cadiz and Michael of Leesburg, Fla.  He is also survived by three grandchildren, Cory Patton (Erika Williams) of Dillonvale, Ohio, Erica Case (Travis) of Cadiz, and Trisha Patton of Vero Beach, Fla.; a step-granddaughter Kim Hucka (Corey);  a great grandson William “Liam” James Patton, and a step-great grandson, Drake Case.   Friends may call Sunday, 1-4 p.m. at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home, 172 S. Main St., Cadiz, Ohio, where funeral services will be held Monday, Aug.  7, at 1 p.m.  with Rev. Erica Harley & a good friend, Mark Statler, officiating.  Burial will follow at Ridgeview Cemetery with Military Honors provided by the U.S. Navy Regional Command.  Masonic services will be held Sunday at 4:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

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Buckeye Local Back to School Bash This Sunday

Buckeye Local Back to School Bash This Sunday

DILLONVALE – Buckeye Local Schools are kicking off the new year with the annual Back To School Bash this Sunday. The event runs from 3-5 p.m. at Buckeye Local High School but is preceded by the school band’s chicken dinner fundraiser from noon to 3 p.m. The bash will feature fun and games, food, door prizes and while school supplies will be given away to help students prepare for class. Previous celebrations have drawn upwards of 600 people and organizers hope the good weather and free offerings attract another great turnout. Members of Team B.L.U.E. (Buckeye Local Uniting Everyone) are planning the upcoming festivities and promise many of the same popular offerings as in years past, while there are a few other additions. Susie Nolan, principal at Buckeye North and a member of Team B.L.U.E., said bags of free school supplies would be distributed and nearly 500 bags were packed by the high school cheerleaders. Raffles, prizes and other treats will also be available to attendants. “All of this is possible because Team B.L.U.E. spearheaded the Back To School Bash and got the community, staff and parents involved through donations, be they monetary or supplies,” she said. “It’s very much appreciated.” The high school marching band will perform at 3:30 p.m. while more tunes will come from the band All Ends Well, which includes Buckeye Local graduates, from 4-5 p.m. as well as DJ Chuck Eddy. In addition, children can enjoy inflatable rides from Movin’ & Groovin’ Productions of Toronto and also meet their principals and school staff before they head back to class on Aug. 28. School staff and organizations will join community businesses and groups to dole out free goodies and information, while vendors such as Origami Owl, Lularoe, Younique, Magnabilities, Jamby, The Soap Mason, Touch of Amish, LipSense and various crafters will have items for sale. Among the other groups involved are Meadowbrook Church of God, the Cardinal Plant, Warren Township Lions Club, BLHS Cross Country and cheerleaders, North Elementary and its PTO, Alpha Delta Kappa and, of course, Team B.L.U.E. Nolan said Buckeye Local-themed items plus book bags and school supplies will also be distributed as door prizes. The Back to School Rally is only one facet of Team B.L.U.E.’s plans to bolster cooperation within the school community. The group includes a mixture of school and community members and have met since May to formulate ideas to promote the district and build trust, transparency and unity. Organizers said Team B.L.U.E. took over the bash after grant funding for the activity expired.

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Faye Brokaw Shearer

Faye Brokaw Shearer

Faye Brokaw Shearer of Galion was called to eternity Thursday, July 27, 2017, 21 days before her 102nd birthday. She was born in Moorefield on Aug. 17, 1915, the youngest of four children of William Reese Brokaw and Alta Graham Brokaw, the sister of the late John Brokaw, Clara Brokaw Howell and Glenn Brokaw. Faye was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church at Galion, the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Mayflower Society Cleveland Chapter, Senior Citizens and was pleased to share with everyone she was a distant cousin to Tom Brokaw, former NBC News anchor. Faye Brokaw was united in marriage to Lyman Otis Shearer, Jan. 2, 1942. While “Shorty” served his county in World War II, she worked in Cadiz for a factory that produced machinery for the War. He preceded her in death in 1980. They had made their home in Cleveland, North Olmstead, Bucyrus, then Galion. They were the parents of two sons, Paul and Gary. Paul and his wife Sharon live in Bucyrus a short distance from Paul’s late Shearer grandparents’ farm and are the parents of Dr. Matthew (Gwen) Shearer of Virginia and Faith (Mike) Deasy of New Philadelphia. Gary and his wife Diann of Galion are the parents of Jessica (Brett) Starner and Holly (James) Rossman of the Galion area. Faye’s home was next door to Gary’s where she lived alone for many years after becoming a widow, was a wonderful seamstress, cook, loved her vegetable and flower gardens, was very artistic with many talents including crafts, painting and always kept in touch with her brothers and sister by phone, letters or visits. She resided for the past several years with Gary, Diann and their two daughters who filled her life with love, joy and a reason for living, just as Faye and her family had provided a wonderful life for her own mother, granny, who lived to age 97 ½ (The Grahams had longevity). She was the great grandmother of 10 and had numerous nieces and nephews and hosts of friends. Calling hours were at Schneider-Gompf Funeral Home, Friday, with funeral services at Trinity Lutheran Church, both at Galion, with Pastor Ann Pairan officiating, Saturday, Burial followed at the Moorefield Cemetery in Moorefield. (The Moorefield Meeting House was recorded June 29, 1816. That original Church was bough by Jesse Eugene Brokaw, (Father of Wm. Reese Brokaw, Grandfather of John, Clara, Gleen and Faye Brokaw) who planned to move it across the road form the Brokaw Farm which proved to be impossible so dismantled it piece by piece, hauling it away with his team of horses. He and many other men hauled the stone split from the big rocks at Belmont Ridge and hauled them with their horses and wagon to the present site of the Church which provided a firm foundation! The Booklet of The Moorefield United Methodist Church, 1883 to 1983, Centennial records the entire story.)  

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Marion Thompson

Marion Thompson

Marion Ellsworth Thompson, 93 of Kissimmee, Fla., passed away Monday, July 17, 2017. He was born in Cadiz, Ohio and moved to Kissimmee in 1969 from Cadiz. He was a retired service station manager and a protestant by faith. Marion was also a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Elks lodge and the Eagles. Marion was a Veteran of the United States Army serving his country with honor and distinction during World War II. Marion is survived by his sons: Wayne Thompson (Carolyn) of Blacksburg, Virginia, Jerry Lee Thompson of Kissimmee, Florida; brother: Chester Thompson of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Marion was preceded in death by his loving wife: Agnes Mae Nichols Thompson; parents: Carl Wayne and Edith Howell Thompson; son: Marion Richard Thompson; daughter: Vicki Holloway; brothers: Vince, Glenn, Melvin and Cloyd; sisters: Vivian, Lois and Dorothy. Graveside Services were held for Marion Thompson at 2 p.m. Friday, July 28, at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, Mims, Fla., where Marion will be accorded Military Honors. The Thompson Family is being cared for by: Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, 511` Emmett Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741; (407) -847-3188.

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