Issac Rine, 88, Brownstown
Issac "Ike" Rine, 88, of Brownstown, died at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug, 3, 1991, at Fayette County Hospital.
Services were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at Claggett Funeral Home, Brownstown, with the Rev. Kendall Bopp officiating.
Burial was in Griffith Cemetery, rural Brownstown. Menorials: Griffith Cemetery or donor's choice.
Mr. Rine was born June 23, 1903 in Brownstown, the son of John and Delia Shaberg Rine.
He was a retired farmer. He married Maysie Irene Spade, Dec 19, 1931, in Olney.
She precede him in death Feb. 11, 1984. Surviving are his daughters, Helen Henrichmeyer and Mary Wasser, both of Brownstown; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
ISAAC E. RINE
Died at His Home In Flatrock Friday
Evening Funeral Sunday Afternoon
Isaac E. Rine, a well known and highly respected resident of Flatrock, died, at his home in that village Friday evening at half past seven o'clock, aged 42 years, 8 months and 21 days. Mr. Rine's death was caused by cancer of the face from which he suffered greatly, but which he bore with remarkable fortitude and heroism.
During the past year he consulted specialists and everything possible was done to stay the progress of the dread malady, but to no purpose.
The deceased was a son of the late Nathan Rine and was born and raised in Adams township. About five years ago he moved to Flatrock where he conducted a general store which he was obliged to discontinue recently on account of failing, health.
The deceased leaves a widow and one son and one daughter. Mr. Rine was an industrious and upright citizen, a kind husband and father and his taking off in the prime of a useful, manhood is sincerely mourned.
The funeral took place from the evangelical church in Flatrock Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, services being conducted by Rev. J. A. Hensel. Interment in Flatrock cemetery.
Lewis C. Rine, 73, Brownstown
Lewis C. Rine, 73. of Brownstown. died at 3:10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17,1998, at St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital, Effingham. Services were to be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Claggett Funeral Home. Brownstown, with the Rev. Keith Bellinger officiating. Visitation was to be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home with Masonic services at 7 p.m. Burial was to be in Griffith Cemetery, rural Brownstown.
Memorials: American Cancer Society or donor's choice.
Mr. Rine was bom on Sept 21,1924, in rural Brownstown, the son of Ollie Rine and Ella Clymer Rine. He was retired from Plumbers and Pipefitters Local #553 and was a member of Four Mile Christian Church, rural Browntown, Masonic Lodge #16, Vandalia, and Moose Lodge #1219. Centralia. He married Evelyn Osterholtz on Aug. 13,1944, in Brownstown. She died in 1984.
He is survived by son. Jim Rine and wife Carol of Brownstown; daughters, Saundra Torbeck of Brownstown and Deborah Hunter and husband Allen of Brownstown; sister, Mildred Kirkman of Shobonier; special friend, Bernice Gregory; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; and one granddaughter.
Mettie Rine (McMillian), 85, Brownstown, Dies.
Mrs. Thomas McMillan, 85 of Brownstown died at 6:35 p.m. Sunday, January 5th 1969, in Fayette County Hospital. Mrs. McMillan was born february 24, 1886, the daughter of Monroe and Alice Shadler Rine.
She was married January 4, 1904 in Otego Township to Thomas McMillian who survives. In addition to her husband Thomas, she is survived by two grandsons. Donald McMillan of Brownstown and Alvin McMillan of Bellville; brother, Frank Rine of Taylorville and three great-grandchildren. She was affiliated with the Four Mile Christian Church.
Funeral services will be conducted at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 8, at Claggett Funeral Chapel
in Brownstown with interment in Pilcher Cemetery.
Visitation after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Former Resident dies Wednesday; Was 71
Nathan Rine 71, of Villa Grove, former resident of Four Mile Prairie community in Otego township,
died at 11 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 26 while visiting a daughter Mrs. George Seiglman in St. Louis.
Surviving are hiswife, Lura; sons Nathan Jr. of Champaign; daughters, Mrs. LaFrieta Metzgler
of Tuscon, Ariz.; Mrs. Siegleman; sisters, Mrs Maggie Wilber,Mrs. Nettie McMillan, both of Brownstown;
Mrs. Eva Bethard of Vandalia; brothers, Frank of Taylorville, Rollin of Findlay, and other relatives.
Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in Villa Grove Christian Church, burial in Villa Grove Cemetery.
Keith Funeral Home, Villa Grove in charge. Mr. Rine's parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Rine,
pioneer residents of the four Mile community.
Ollie Rine, 89 (Obit)
Ollie E. Rine, 89, of Brownstown died at 5:12 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 1.1985,in Fayette County hospital. Vandalia.
Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Claggett Funeral Home, Brownstown with burial in Griffith Cemetery.
Memorials: donor's choice.
Mr. Rine was born Feb.15 1896, in Fayette County, son of John D. and Delia Kistler Rine.
He was retired from the Marathon Oil Co., was a veteran of World War I, and was a member of the Brownstown Christian Church.
He married Ella Marie Clymer on SepL 4,1920, in Vandalia.
Surviving are his wife; son, Lewis Rine of Brownstown; daughter, Mrs. Louis (Mildred) Kirkman of Shobonier; sister, Evea Crawford of Brownstown; and brother, Isaac of Brownstown.
One Brother and two sisters preceded him in death.
Rine, Pearl May
Feburary 6, 1949
Brain Hemorrhage Fatal
To Mrs. Pearl Mahon
Mrs. Pearl (Rine) Mahon, 63, of southeast of Brownstown, died at 8 am. Saturday, feb. 6 at her home in Otego township, following a hemorrage 0f the brain. She pused away within 30 minutes after having been stricken. Mrs. Mahon had been suffering from high blood pressure for quite some time. however, her physician had detected no radical change in her condition recently, in fact there were evidences that she had been getting along satisfactorily. Daughter of the late Monroe and Alice Rine she was born Dec. 8. 1885 near Greensprings, Ohio. however, she had been a resident of her late home for 43 years. She and John Mahon were married in November 1905. They had seven children, five of whom survive. They are: George and Jesse of Decatur: Hubert and Mrs. Virginia Hoy, of Brownstown and Mrs. Alda Watts of Branson, Mo. There are 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
She also leaves the following brothers and sisters:
Roland and Nathan Of Villa Grove: Frank of Taylorvilie; James of Hagerstown, Sam of Vandlia; Mrs. Mettie McMillian and Mrs. Eva Bethard, both of Brownstown or its immediate communitv and Mrs. Maggie Welker of Assumption. The Rine homestead for many years was within a short distance of Four Mile
Prairie Christian church, and the school of the same name. She was reared in the Four Mile Prairie Community, and along with neighbor children attended the school and church. Practically all her life she had been a member of the Four Mile congregation and attended as much as she could all activities of the church.
Services were conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 7 in the Four Mile house of worship, by Harry G. Kaye, pastor of the Brownstown Christian church.
Burial Was made in Pilcher cemetery.
ROSCOE L. RINE
Roscoe L, Rine, 64, 302 south Mulberry street, retired superintendent of the Clyde Municipal Water and Light Plant died at 5:l5, a.m., Wednesday, November 12, .in Bellevue hospital, where he had been admitted Sunday.
Mr. Rine suffered a severe heart attack, after which the car he was driving struck a power pole on Route 20, west of Bellevue.
Funeral services were at 1:30 p.m., Sunday; November 16, in the Fiser Funeral Home. The Rev. L. Mark George, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was in McPherson Cemetery.
Mr. Rine was born in Adams township, Seneca county, and was the son of George William and Edith Grimes Rine.
He was a graduate of Green Springs high school and spent his entire life in the area.
He married Glendola Pocock of Clyde, June 30,1934. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church where he had served on many committees, and of the former Knigh'ts of Pythias. He was a stationary engineer and had been employed at North Western Sugar Co.
He is survived by his wife; a brother, Clarence Rine, rural Green Springs; and two sisters, Mrs. Harlund Schoewe, Sandusky, and Mrs. LeRoy Boyer, Bellevue. A brother, Alvin, is deceased.