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06/26/2022 01:58 PM
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06/25/2022 08:00 PM
Roxanna "Roxie" Ferguson Obituary (2022)
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06/26/2022 12:00 AM
TORY, Jeffery
TORY, Jeffery A.peacefully departed this life on June 20, 2022. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, on July 14, 1961, to the late Margie Tory. Jeffery attended Dayton Public Schools and graduated from Wilbur Wright High School. At an early age, he professed Christ and rededicated his life as an adult. Jeffery was a St. James AME Church member under the leadership of the late Reverend Robert E. Watkins Jr. Also, he often enjoyed attending church with his sister, Mary, at Rhema Lighthouse Christian Center, where he always looked forward to attending the church picnic. He was a former team member of the City of Oakwood. Jeffery is preceded in death by aunts and uncles Charles and Vecie White, Felton and Virginia Paschal, Curtis and Pollie Beason, Stanley and Betty Lewis, Curtis and Louise Walker, and Julia Frances Boddie, his adopted mother Erma Brown; brothers, Donald Green, Thomas and John (Tracy) Tory; sisters Mable Green and Emily Harrison, brother-in-law James (Jas) Tyler Sr., niece Zakyyah McNeil, and memorable childhood friends Carolyn and Joann Winston, Karen Russell and Tonya Smith Graham.Jeffery leaves the cherished memories of his dedicated sister Mary E. Tyler who has been compassionate in caring for him. His presence will be missed by brothers Dudley (Verlinda) Paschal, Fred Green, and sister Margaret Scott. Jeffery's devoted niece and caregiver Lisa (James Williams) Tyler-Fletcher; Uncle Nehemiah (Dan) Green; brother-in-law, Muriel Harrison and adopted sister DeAngela Brown. Special great-nephews, Anthony Jr. (Toney) and Myles Fletcher; and great-niece Maya Williams. A host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Service will be held 11:00 am, Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at Rhema Lighthouse Christian Center, 3271 Glen Helen Road, Dayton Ohio 45406. Reverend Veroncia Watkins, officiating. Walk though visitation will be held one hour prior to service. MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Interment: Jefferson View Cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home, Dayton, OH.

06/26/2022 12:00 AM
NEIMAN, Kathleen TURNER
TURNER NEIMAN, Kathleen J.Kathleen J. Turner Neiman, 79, of Oakwood, Ohio, passed away suddenly on June 14, 2022. She was born in Buffalo, New York, and spent her childhood in Detroit and St. Louis before moving to Kettering. She graduated from Marti School then went on to attend and graduate from Western College for Women. Her professional life centered on wordsmithing and editing. Kathleen was deeply devoted to her family, friends, and community. An avid cat lover, Kathleen adopted many cats through the years and had a genuine heart for animals. She was a devotee of the arts, loved music and theater, and frequented Dayton Philharmonic and Shuster Center performances. She traveled extensively, visiting all 50 states, much of Canada, Europe, and Russia. Kathleen was a long-time member of the Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, the Dayton Women's Club, Western College Alumnae Association, and the Dayton College Women's Club. She is preceded in death by husband Ralph Neiman; mother Kathryn Turner; and father Daniel Turner; and daughter by marriage Jo Neiman. She is survived by sister Cheryl Turner; brother-in-law Michael Woolley; niece Meredith Turner-Woolley (Christian Zacarias) and children Wesley and Ellis; niece Hilary Edwards (Tom) and children Nate and Sky; son by marriage Tim Neiman; daughter by marriage Dulcie Neiman (Jacek Musial); stepson Seth Neiman; granddaughters Kaitlin Skilken, Sydney Skilken, and Maia Musial; grandson Andrew Zappin (Tamara Cruz); Kai Neiman and Alex Neiman. She also leaves behind dear cousin Patt Hartung and beloved friends Iris Carter and Gary Courts.Kathleen will be laid to rest at Woodland Mausoleum in a private ceremony. A memorial gathering in her honor will be held at a later date. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be made at www.routsong.com.

06/26/2022 12:00 AM
TORY, Jeffery
TORY, Jeffery A.peacefully departed this life on June 20, 2022. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, on July 14, 1961, to the late Margie Tory. Jeffery attended Dayton Public Schools and graduated from Wilbur Wright High School. At an early age, he professed Christ and rededicated his life as an adult. Jeffery was a St. James AME Church member under the leadership of the late Reverend Robert E. Watkins Jr. Also, he often enjoyed attending church with his sister, Mary, at Rhema Lighthouse Christian Center, where he always looked forward to attending the church picnic. He was a former team member of the City of Oakwood. Jeffery is preceded in death by aunts and uncles Charles and Vecie White, Felton and Virginia Paschal, Curtis and Pollie Beason, Stanley and Betty Lewis, Curtis and Louise Walker, and Julia Frances Boddie, his adopted mother Erma Brown; brothers, Donald Green, Thomas and John (Tracy) Tory; sisters Mable Green and Emily Harrison, brother-in-law James (Jas) Tyler Sr., niece Zakyyah McNeil, and memorable childhood friends Carolyn and Joann Winston, Karen Russell and Tonya Smith Graham.Jeffery leaves the cherished memories of his dedicated sister Mary E. Tyler who has been compassionate in caring for him. His presence will be missed by brothers Dudley (Verlinda) Paschal, Fred Green, and sister Margaret Scott. Jeffery's devoted niece and caregiver Lisa (James Williams) Tyler-Fletcher; Uncle Nehemiah (Dan) Green; brother-in-law, Muriel Harrison and adopted sister DeAngela Brown. Special great-nephews, Anthony Jr. (Toney) and Myles Fletcher; and great-niece Maya Williams. A host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Service will be held 11:00 am, Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at Rhema Lighthouse Christian Center, 3271 Glen Helen Road, Dayton Ohio 45406. Reverend Veroncia Watkins, officiating. Walk though visitation will be held one hour prior to service. MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Interment: Jefferson View Cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home, Dayton, OH.

06/26/2022 01:00 AM
Mary Faulkner
MARIETTA, GEORGIA — Mary Jean Partridge Faulkner passed away peacefully on June 15, 2022, just three months shy of her 100th birthday. She was a resident of Sterling Estates in

06/24/2022 08:00 PM
Herbert H. "Herbie" Stanfill Jr. Obituary (2022)
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06/14/2022 03:30 PM
Longtime Oakwood restaurant sold after 60 years
The Oakwood Club has been sold after 60 years of being independently owned by the Stewart Family.

06/24/2022 08:00 PM
Marriages, Divorces and Property Transfers
Marriages The following individuals recently filed for marriage licenses at the Washington County Courthouse: ¯ Hannah Christine Miller, 23, of Marietta, and Levi Brooks Westfall, 27, of Belpre; June 17. ¯ William Earl Pethtel, 54, and Cathy Jo Forshey, 47, both of New Matamoras; June 21. ¯ Ralph Lester Cline, 82, of Marietta, and Kathleen […]

06/24/2022 07:23 PM
Defiance Municipal Court
Jordan Bowers, 22, 1119 Hopkins St., appeared via video on a charge of having weapons while under disability, a third-degree felony. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Tuesday and his

06/23/2022 08:00 PM
Carmen Milagros Ledger Obituary (2022)
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06/26/2022 01:58 PM
Lorain mourns the death of retired Police Chief Cel Rivera (VIDEO)
Rivera, 72, of Wakeman, served the Lorain Police Department for 49 years. He spent 25 of those as chief and retired in 2019, just days before his 70th birthday.

06/24/2022 10:15 AM
Here's what homes are selling for in Greater Akron
Here's what homes are selling for recently in the Greater Akron region.

06/23/2022 11:44 AM
Strasburg hires Vincent Lindsey Jr. as new superintendent
Strasburg-Franklin hires Vincent Lindsey Jr. as new superintendent

06/23/2022 05:32 PM
Paulding Schools adds new teaching position
PAULDING — The local school board here has decided to fund a new position as a result of low scores of recent kindergarten enrollees.