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She was 79 years old, and a native of Bowling Green, Ohio, and also had lived in North Carolina. Peggy was the daughter of the late Frank Kulevich and Eleanor Schaefer, and the wife of the late Louis J. Oliveto. She is survived by her daughter, Diane ... (Eagle-Tribune)
The Ohio County native was born Sept. 28, 1934, to the late P.G. Daugherty and the late Dade H. Smith Daugherty. He was married for 58 years July 5 to Jo Ann Beckner Daugherty who survives. He was a heavy equipment operator and a member of Cedar Springs ... (Daily News)
She is survived by four children, Roger D. Yates and wife Elaine of Bowling Green, Pam Mathes and husband Tom of South Point, Ohio, Rick Yates and wife Kathy of Belleville, Mich., and Curt Yates of Raceland; a sister, Flora May George of South Webster ... (Daily Independent)
Alan Edward Gasper, 47, of Green, Ohio, passed away June 27 ... playing until his illness prevented him from being able to do so. Alan attended Bowling Green State University and graduated from Kent State with a BBA in finance and also held a series ... (Record Courier)
He is also survived by his sisters, Darlene Dimke of North Shores, Michigan, and Sharon Milligan of Bowling Green, Ohio. Pete was preceded in death by his brother, Norman V. Haley in 1979. Friends may call on Friday, June 27, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 ... (Norwalk Reflector)
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