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Victor-Schulte-Obit-PhotoVictor Schulte, age 87, of Woodville, OH passed away on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg, Ohio.
He was born on October 20, 1926 in Woodville, OH to Henry and Augusta (Hurdelbrink) Schulte. On April 9, 1947 he married Marjorie Hagemeyer in Bowling Green, OH and she survives.
Victor was a lifelong farmer and a member of Solomon Lutheran Church, Woodville, OH, where he was very active. His other memberships included: Landmark Elevator Board, Luckey Farmers Elevator Board for 18 years, Past President of the Ohio Tomato Growers Association, Farm Bureau Membership Drive for over 50 years, and many other farm organizations.
Surviving Victor is his loving wife of 67 years: Marjorie; children: Thomas (Carol) Schulte of Orange, TX, Mary (John) Satterfield of Woodville, OH, Jane Zimmerman of Englewood, OH, Joan (Gregory) Cornell of Pemberville, OH, Timothy (Jane) Schulte of Woodville, OH;
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Helen-I-Smith-obitHelen Inez Smith, 93, of Bowling Green, went home to her Lord and Savior and her dearly missed family on Sunday, April 6, 2014.
She was born on June 9, 1920 to Earl and Mary (Schilling) Barton. On March 27, 1939 she married Eugene R. Smith in Auburn, IN and he preceded her in death on December 27, 2004.
Helen was a member of the Village View Church of Christ. She enjoyed playing cards and cooking and was loved for her cookies.
Helen worked for over 13 years at Chrysler in Perrysburg. Earlier she worked for many years at Deshler Products and helped out on the family farm.
Mrs. Smith is survived by her son, Eugene D. (Carolyn) Smith, son-in-law Gary Kidd, her grandchildren Abigail (Richard) Welch, Sara (Bernard) Blasius, Mary Kidd and Elizabeth Kidd, and her great-grandchildren Michael and William (Alexandra) Blasius and Bethany and Nathan Welch.
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opalIMG_1188Opal Adams, 88, passed away on Monday April 7, 2014 at Waterford at Levi's Commons with family by her side.
Opal was born to the late Glenn and Regina Gamble, November 18, 1925 and was married to her high school sweetheart, the late Paul W. Adams, for 53 years at his passing in l999.
She is survived by five children: Ritch (Debbi) Adams, Bowling Green; Randy (Susan) Adams, Downingtown, PA; Cindy (Tim) Anderson, Oregon, Ohio; Kathy (Robert) Rahrig, Bowling Green; and Candice Adams, Tucson, AZ. She is also survived by nine grandchildren: Jeff and Brian Rahrig, Lyndse Farrell, Erica and Brad Anderson, Josh and Christa Adams, Jason and Elizabeth Adams; and eight great-grandchildren: Adam, Payton, Cooper, Gavin, Ethan, Brooke, Scarlett and Casen.
Opal worked 20 years at the BGSU Athletic Department and retired in 1995. She then went to work in the office of ProHealth for several years.
Dr. Susan Smith Arpad PDF Print E-mail
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Susie-Arpad-obitWadsworth, OH - Dr. Susan Smith Arpad 1937 - 2014
Dr. Susan Smith Arpad died Monday, April 7, 2014, from multiple myeloma, an incurable bone marrow cancer. She was 76.
Susan was born April 23, 1937, in Wilmington, Delaware, to Montford and Lillian (Eddleston) Smith.
She graduated from Wilmington Friends School in 1955. She received her bachelor's degree from Smith College, her master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Delaware, concluding her studies in 1974.
After brief history teaching positions at Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, and George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, Susan became a professor of popular culture at Bowling Green State University in 1975. In 1982, at the request of Governor Richard Celeste, she founded the first Women's Studies program in the state of Ohio, among the first in the nation. In 1986, she became the Chair of the Women's Studies Department at California State University, Fresno (CSUF), one of the largest such departments in the nation.
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SearleJ2Janice Lorraine (George) Searle, 88, of Perrysburg, died peacefully on April 6, 2014 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg. She passed into eternity the morning after her four sons sang her to sleep for the final time.
A woman of deep religious conviction, she lived her life as an example of Christian love and service.
She was born on a farm in rural Wood County on November 22, 1925 to Merritt and Bernice George.
While still in grade school she learned from her mother how to play the piano, a talent she later developed to a high degree of proficiency.
She graduated with honors from Jackson High School in Hoytville, Ohio in 1943, then graduated magna cum laude in 1947 from Bowling Green State University with the highest GPA in the College of Education. Even though she majored in Elementary Education, she was selected over piano majors to be piano accompanist for the top choirs at BGSU.
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