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MECHANICSBURG, Ohio -- An Ohio man who loved riding his motorcycle ... David Vernon, director at the Skillman, McDonald and Vernon Funeral Home in Mechanicsburg, told The Columbus Dispatch that he agreed 18 years ago to Standley's request to be buried ... (Syracuse Post-Standard)
MECHANICSBURG, Ohio (WDTN ... his funeral for years. They say he didn’t just want to ride off to heaven, but wanted the world to see him do it. His sons constructed the plexiglass casket. The Skillman, McDonald & Vernon Funeral Home prepared his ... (WDTN)
Saved under Ohio, Roanne FitzGibbon ... 2014 and his casket was passed on to the funeral home. Skillman, McDonald and Vernon funeral home in Mechanicsburg were ready and able to assure the details of securing Standley onto his bike and into the see ... (guardianlv.com)
Billy Standley started planning to be buried astride his 1967 motorcycle about 18 years ago. His family carried out his wish Friday with a large Plexiglas casket. As far back as his family can remember, Standley said he was going to be buried astride his ... (Dayton Daily News)
They said the motorcycle helped him retain his sense of adventure after he settled down to raise four children in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, — quite a compromise ... co-owners of Vernon Funeral Homes Inc., he ensured his funeral would be held outside, so ... (WSOC-TV)
She was a member of AARP. Velma enjoyed crocheting, puzzles and crossword books, watching TV and cooking. She is survived by three children, Richard A. Ballent, of Mount Pleasant Mills, Terry L. Ballent Sr. and wife Rebecca, of Enola, and Alice L. (Daily Item)
MECHANICSBURG, Ohio — Bill Standley was the kind of guy who ... David Vernon, director of the Skillman, McDonald and Vernon Funeral Home in Mechanicsburg, said that, when Standley first asked him about it, Vernon gave him one condition: “I told him ... (Columbus Dispatch)