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|Tuesday, 24 January 2012 10:46|
Rex Dale Stump of Bradner, Ohio, passed away Friday (January 20, 2012) at Wood County Hospital at the age of 74.
He was born on April 20, 1937 in Findlay, Ohio to Charles Dale and Freda (Adkins) Stump. He married Janice Askins and they later divorced.
Rex is survived by his mother, Freda Stump of Bradner; son, Alan Stump of Risingsun; daughters Vicki Fillhart of Bradner, Angie (Jeff) Babcock of Bradner; grandchildren Kyle, Kelsey, Ryan, Amanda, Kaitlyn; and great-grandchildren, Kennedy and Avery.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Dale Stump.
He was a 1955 graduate of Montgomery Local High School.
Rex then worked at the Bradner Lumber Yard, was the owner of Stump's Hardware, and retired as a Janitorial Supervisor at the Wood County Courthouse.
He was a member of the Bradner United Methodist Church, former Bradner K of P Lodge and Bradner Volunteer Fire Department. He enjoyed playing scratch-off lottery cards, having coffee at Jeff's Bar in the mornings, and going to Duane's Barber Shop on Thursday nights.
Friends will be received on Thursday (January 26, 2012) from 4 to 8 p.m. at Barndt Funeral Home in Wayne, Ohio, with a Celebration of Life Service at 11 a.m. Friday (January 27, 2012) with Pastor Jeff Ridenour officiating. Burial will be in Bradner Cemetery with a bereavement luncheon to follow back at the church.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Bradner United Methodist Church or to the Bradner Volunteer Fire Department.
Online condolences may be sent to Rex's family online at www.barndtfuneralhome.org.
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|Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 10:47|
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