Alice M. 'Pat' Browne PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 December 2013 10:30
Former Bowling Green resident Alice M. "Pat" Browne passed away on December 27, 2013 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Mrs. Browne, who was the wife of the late B.G.S.U. Professor of Popular Culture Ray B. Browne, was the long-time Editor and Business Manager of the Bowling Green State University Popular Press, the publishing outlet for hundreds of books on popular culture as well as leading periodicals such as the Journal of Popular Culture and the Journal of American Culture.
She also organized the annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference, a national conference regularly drawing several thousand academic and industry participants interested in the academic study of popular culture, from the early 1970s until her retirement in 2002.
The Ray & Pat Browne Library for Popular Culture Studies at B.G.S.U., perhaps the finest collection of popular culture materials and artifacts in the nation, is named for Mrs. Browne and her husband.
Lisa R. Zipperer PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 December 2013 10:26
Lisa-Zipperer-Obituary-PictureLisa R. Zipperer, 23, of Bowling Green, Ohio, passed on, Wednesday, December 25, 2013.
Lisa was born on July 30, 1990, at Fairchild Air Force Base near Spokane Washington, to Robert and Mary Jane (Poffenroth) Zipperer. They survive her in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Also surviving Lisa is her son: Charlie Bussdieker.
Lisa grew up in a military family who traveled the country and Europe, allowing her to meet people from all over. Lisa was an adventurous person, who loved her son, family and her friends. Lisa loved being outdoors, watching funny movies and animals. Lisa was known for her wonderful laugh, her deep caring for anyone she met and her willingness to help others, even strangers.
Along with her parents and son, Lisa is survived by her sisters: Megan (Cordean) Zipperer-Denny, of Spokane, Washington; Robin Zipperer, of Bowling Green, Ohio; her maternal grandmother: Mary Poffenroth, of Spokane Washington; paternal grandmother: Judy (Robert Wendt) Pheat, of Toledo, Ohio and a host of loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
Helen M. Hepfinger PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 30 December 2013 10:24
HepfingerH3-obitHelen M. Hepfinger, 90, of Bowling Green, died on Saturday, December 28, 2013.
She was born in Kenosha County, Wisconsin on December 24, 1923 to Leslie and Gertrude (Hunt) Southwick.
She was married to Robert Hepfinger for 63 years and lived in Bowling Green her entire life.
Helen graduated from Bowling Green State University and taught public school in Tontogany, Ohio.
She enjoyed playing golf, traveling and decorating. She had traveled throughout the United States and Europe.
Surviving are her husband, Robert, and sister, Twila J. Allen and many nieces and nephews.
Julia Imbrie PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 30 December 2013 11:09
Imbrie-Julia-obitJulia A. (McCorkle) Imbrie, 90, of Bowling Green, died of natural causes at The Heritage in Bowling Green on December 26, 2013.
She was born in Tipton, Indiana to Glen and Lucille (Woods) McCorkle on February 7, 1923.
She graduated from high school in Tipton. She attended Stephens College in Columbia, MO, and graduated from Northwestern University in Chicago in 1944.
Julia then joined the American Red Cross and served on the USS Black warship and in India during World War II. She met her future husband, Greer S. Imbrie (a Navy Chaplain), on the USS Black, and they were married in 1946.
After the war, Greer continued his work as a Presbyterian Minister and served a number of congregations. During the Korean Conflict, the family was stationed at the Naval Base in Key West, FL. In 1954, Greer and Julia moved to Bowling Green to serve the First Presbyterian Church.
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Catherine Kay Davies PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 30 December 2013 10:23
Catherine-Davies-2Catherine Kay Davies, age 75, of Sebatus, Maine, formerly of Wayne, Ohio, passed away Friday (December 20, 2013).
She was born on November 2, 1938 in Ashland, Ohio to the late Harold Bixby and Marguerite (Sowers) Bixby. Kay married Jan M. Davies on November 28, 1959 in Gibsonburg, Ohio.
Surviving Kay is her loving husband of 54 years, Jan; Sons, Jim (Robin) Davies of Cygnet, Ohio, Tim (Laura) of Risingsun, Ohio, Steve (Suzanne) of Sebatus, Maine, Mike (Brenda) of Weston, Ohio; Daughter, Kim Davies of Honey Creek, Iowa; 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Kay was preceded in death by her mother and stepfather, Harold Bixby.
Kay was a 1956 graduate of Gibsonburg High School.
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