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He was born in Oakwood, Ohio, on February 19, 1933 ... Sholl of Napoleon, Roger Sholl of Wauseon, Jeff Sholl of Defiance and Brian Sholl of Auburn, Ind.; a sister, Catherine Cline; brothers, Leo (Janet) Sholl and Vincent (Shirley) Sholl. (The Cresent News)
Clemens, Michigan. She is survived by her husband Karl Schlenz, and three sons: Charlie Ziehm of Romeo, Rich (Deborah) Ziehm of Almont, and Frank (Joan) Ziehm of Wauseon, Ohio. Also survived by five grandchildren: Andy and Sarah Ziehm both of Almont ... (Tri-City Times Online)
a sister, Dynn Armstrong, Wauseon, Ohio; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Dunkard Brethren Church, Quinter; inurnment in Baker Township Cemetery, Quinter. Visitation will be from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, with family receiving ... (Hays Daily News)
Brother of Helen Lucas (Jimmy) of Marlbank; Joan Bruce (Wayne) of Roblin; Nyle Richmond (Toni) of Deseronto; Kevin Richmond (Debbie) of Newburgh; and Janice May (Mike) of Wauseon, Ohio. Brother-in-law of Carolyn Robinson (Harold) of Selby. Fondly ... (yourlifemoments.ca)
She is survived by one son, Jason P. Lindsay of Maugansville, Md.; two sisters, Janice Nafziger of Wauseon, Ohio, and Rhoda Schrag of Goshen, Ind.; seven brothers, Charles Nafziger and wife, Esther, of LaJunta, Colo., Ellis Nafziger and wife, Pat ... (heraldmailmedia.com)
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