Virginia Combs PDF Print E-mail
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Virginia Combs, 83, of Fostoria, died Monday (Feb. 10, 2014) at Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay.
Visitation will be 3-6 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 13, 2014) at Mann-Hare-Hoening Funeral Home, Fostoria, where funeral services will begin 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Rev. Michael Malcosky will officiate.
Burial will be in Knollcrest Cemetery, Arcadia.
Warren Ruff PDF Print E-mail
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Ruff-Warren-obitWarren E. Ruff
February 8, 1926 - February 8, 2014
Warren E. Ruff, 88, residing in Haskins, OH, passed away early Saturday morning on his birthday, February 8, 2014 after a lengthy illness.
Warren was born on February 8, 1926 in Sandusky, OH, to the late Henry A. and Laura E. (Windisch) Ruff.
Warren was a 1948 graduate of Sandusky High School.
He was a Veteran of the U.S. Army, who proudly served his country in Germany during WWII as a T-4 Sgt. in Radio Communications.
He was employed for many years at Fruehauf Trailer Co. in Avon Lake where he was Plant Fire Chief from 1965-1967. He retired from The Andersons of Maumee where he worked as an industrial electrician, and received the Illustrious Alumni Award in recognition of his contribution and distinguished service in 1990.
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Eugene 'Gene' Schnitker PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 February 2014 12:08
Eugene "Gene" Schnitker, age 70, of Luckey, OH passed away on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at Otterbein Portage Valley Retirement Village, Pemberville, OH.
He was born on May 11, 1943 in Woodville, OH, to Norman and Ruth (Bringman) Schnitker.
For over 20 years Gene was a truck driver for Abke Trucking, Pemberville, OH. After retiring he worked at Tall Timbers Campground, Port Clinton, OH.
In his spare time he was an avid OSU Buckeye fan, enjoyed camping, driving his golf cart, being outside and most of all spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.
Gene was married to Kathy (Hansen) Schnitker for 31 years, and is also survived by children: Carol (Paul) Dodd of Luckey, Jody (Harry) Levan of Pine Grove, PA, Robert (Robyn) Schnitker of Pemberville, Jason (Lisa) Bolt of Mt. Sterling, OH, Dannelle (Rob) Sutton of Pemberville; grandchildren: Christopher Dodd, Curtis (Jennifer) Dodd, Courtney (Travis) Jones, Shannon (Mike) Miller, Emily (Marie) Miller, Kate (Chris) Miller, Elly Schnitker, Hannah Schnitker, Whitney (Jordan) Levan, Wade (Karissa) Levan, Cole Bolt, Hunter Bolt, Gage Bolt, Zach (Raquel) Bolt, Robbie Sutton, Allison Sutton, Hunter Sutton, Hannah Sutton, Piper Sutton; five great-grandchildren; brother: Ron (Barb) Schnitker of Luckey; nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents: Norman and Ruth Schnitker.
Dr. Harry Hoemann PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:11
Harry-Hoemann-obitFor more than 30 years at Bowling Green State University, Dr. Harry Hoemann was a popular professor, best known for teaching American Sign Language (ASL) to persons with hearing.
Dr. Hoemann of Rosewood Drive, 82, died peacefully Saturday evening of natural causes at the Bowling Green Manor.
Harry was born in Washington, Missouri, on January 10, 1932.
He sought an education in theology and after his internship, became a Lutheran minister for the deaf, and was responsible for a large deaf parish for nine years in Washington, D.C.
He subsequently turned his focus to education and psychology, earning his Ph.D. under Hans Furth at Catholic University, in 1969. Harry was immediately hired as an assistant professor in the Psychology department at Bowling Green State University, and ultimately promoted to Professor Emeritus by the time he was fully retired in 2000.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:59
Gilbert Otto Maienknecht PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:58
MaienknechtGilbert Otto Maienknecht was born to Otto Maienknecht and Mollie Christofferson-Maienknecht in Chatham, Michigan on September 3, 1919.
From an early age, Gilbert had a love of reading and knew he wanted to be a newspaper reporter. He attended Michigan State University and graduated from Northern Michigan University. He earned Master's degrees in Journalism and Education from the University of Iowa. He obtained a doctorate in Education from Indiana University.
Gilbert served his country as an enlisted man, then promoted to the rank of First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army in WWII, engaging in combat in several battles, including the D Day invasion of Normandy. He later served as an intake officer for war crimes prisoners at Nuremburg.
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