Lowell G. Hoover, 73, Galena, died Saturday (June 26, 1999) at the Village of Westerville nursing center.
He was a graduate of Orange High School and a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Hoover was retired from Olentangy Local Schools and was a member of Six Rivers Archaeological Society.
He is survived by his wife, Clarabelle; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Dan and Fran Hoover, Ostander, David Hoover, Des Moines, Iowa, and Darin and Elizabeth Hoover, Dublin; two daughters, Dianne Hoover, Cincinnati, and Debra Hoover, Westerville; three brothers and three sisters-in-law, Abe and Pat Hoover, Fort Seybert, W.Va., John and Evelyn Hoover, Upper Sandusky, and Herbert and Wanda Hoover, Glendale, Ariz.; a sister, Janet Casey, Worthington; a brother-in-law, John Hull, Aurora, Colo.; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a son Dwayne; and a sister, Margaret Hull.
Calling hours were at Moreland Funeral Home, Westerville. Funeral services were held at Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, Westerville, with the Rev. John Hoover and Ken Stubbart, elder, officiating. Burial was in Africa Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Council for Older Adults, Senior Choices, 236 W. Centeral Ave., Delaware 43015 or Heartland Hospice, 6460 Busch Blvd., Suite 137, Columbus 43229.
Edward R. Horn, 78, of Delaware, died early Sunday morning (Feb. 15, 1998) at his son Leigh's home in Cumberland Gap, Tenn.
He was born March 8, 1919, to the late William and Daisy (Evans) Horn.
He was a World War II Army veteran, and a retired personnel manager for Ranco, Inc. He was an active member of the Whetstone and Ostrander Horseshoe clubs, and a lifetime member of the Delaware County Senior Citizens.
Mr. Horn was preceded in death by his wife, Betty (Moore) Horn; brothers Alverto, Melvin, Alvin, and Burton; and a sister, Mary.
He is survived by a sister, Pearl Nichols of Kingston; sons and daughter-in-law Mark Horn of Sunbury, and Leigh and Evelyn Horn of Cumberland Gap; grandchildren Dale Shuler of Columbus, Ray Cheak and wife Della of Knoxville, Tenn.; Shayne Cheak of Cumberland Gap; two great-granddaughters, Kelly and Marina Cheak, of Knoxville, and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours were at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Delaware, where funeral services were held with the Rev. Ron Hooker officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Annabel Marie Howard
Annabel Marie Howard, 89, Delaware, died Friday (November 9, 2001) at Kobacker House in Columbus.
Annabel was born on September 26, 1912 in Berlin Township to the late G. Herman and Ethel (Chambers) Rodenfels. She was a 1931 graduate of Berlin High School. Annabel was a lifelong resident of Berlin Township where she had lived in the same house in which she was born. She was a homemaker and assisted her husband with the family farm.
She was a member of the Rural Chapel United Methodist Church, Galena.
Annabel was known for her special homemade cookies, especially her peanut butter cookies. She enjoyed church activities, her home life, gardening, flowers and was a member of the former Utopian Grange.
She is survived by her husband of 56 years, David, whom she married on September 27, 1945; two sons, Robert (Patricia) Howard of Columbus and Dan (Karla) Corl of Mount Vernon; and by 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Annabel was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Sharon Louise, and by three sisters, Lola Fisher of Delaware, Mary Ward and Florence Best.
Visitation was Sunday at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Delaware. Funeral services were held at the Rural Chapel Methodist Church with Pastor Russell Ham officiating. Burial followed in Cheshire Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Rural Chapel United Methodist Church, 5860 Cheshire Road, Galena, Ohio 43021.
Ralph Aurelius Howard III, 49, Boonville, Mo., formerly of Delaware County, died Tuesday (Aug. 10, 1999) at his home after a long illness.
He was born Feb. 15, 1950, in Columbus to Ralph Aurelius Jr. and Carolyn (Keener) Howard, who survive in Sunbury. He was raised in Delaware County.
Mr. Howard graduated from Olentangy High School in 1968. He received a bachelor of science degree from Ohio Northern University. He taught at Kemper Military School, Kemper, and Jamestown Public Schools, and then Laura Speed Elliott Middle School in Boonville until his death.
In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife of 22 years, JoRene (Gann) Howard, and children, Rachael, R.A., Travis and Suzanne, all at home; a sister, Marlee Howard, Sunbury; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Bill and Kari, Fairborn, Paul and Julie, Gahanna, and Jim and Carla of the state of Washington; 10 nieces and nephews; and many others in his extended family. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Jennifer René.
Visiting hours were at William Wood Funeral Home, Boonville. A funeral service was held at Nelson Memorial United Methodist Church, Boonville, with the Rev. Dan Faust, David Mackey and Terri Albertson officiating. Burial was in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Boonville.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sept. 5 at Sunbury United Methodist Church.
Flowers or memorials may be sent to the Howard family c/o William Wood Funeral Home, 517 Fourth St., Boonville, Mo. 65233.
Ohio High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame member Frank Howe, who began his football coaching career at Sunbury High School in 1941, died at the age of 84 Saturday at his home in Utica.
Howe, who coached high school football for more than 40 years, left Sunbury after one season to coach at Worthington High School.
Following a one-year stay at Worthington, he started the Reynoldsburg High School football program. He coached the Raiders for three years.
His greatest success came in the Columbus City League where he led the Columbus Central and Columbus Northland programs for 29 years, winning 177 games and claiming nine City League championships.
During his 18-year span at Central, which began in 1949 and included 11 years as head coach, Howe coached Howard "Hopalong" Cassady, who would go on to win the Heisman trophy at Ohio State University.
He started the Northland program and compiled a 110-49-3 record in 18 seasons, capturing five City League crowns.
After retiring from Northland, Howe came out of retirement to serve as an assistant at Otterbein College and serve as head coach at Johnstown Northridge High School for two years.
Howe was a graduate of Upper Arlington High school in 1936 and Ohio State in 1940. He played football for the Buckeyes under coach Francis Schmidt.
In addition to his coaching, Howe also wrote a book on football's single-wing offense entitled "The Winning Edge."
Winifred R. Carter Hoyt, 70, of Galena, died Wednesday (Sept. 20, 2000) following an extended illness.
A native of Topsfield, Mass., she had been a Galena resident for 15 years. In 1953, she graduated from the New England Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing and retired from that occupation in 1993. She was a charter member of the Mary E. Lund Society of the New England Deaconess Hospital; a former member of the Girl Scouts of America; a member and former deacon of Shady Lane Presbyterian Church; a member of Walnut Valley Boat Club; and, along with her husband, co-founded College Aid Funds for Needy Students at various colleges throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.
She is survived by her husband, John "Jack" Hoyt; a daughter and son-in-law, Sally and Jerry Cloud of Columbus; three grandchildren, Adam, Aaron, and April Cloud; and two brothers, A. Belmand and Robert N. Carter, both of Topsfield, Mass.
Private services will be held at a later date in Pine Grove Cemetery near Topsfield. Arrangements are in the care of Bennett Brown Rodman Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Columbus Foundation, 1234 E. Broad St., Columbus 43205.
Crystal S. Hubbard
Crystal S. Hubbard, 36, Delaware, died Tuesday morning (Dec. 5, 2000) at Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware from injuries received in a single-car automobile accident early Tuesday morning on U.S. 42 north of Ashley.
She was born Sept. 21, 1964 in Marysville, the daughter of Jean (Hubbard) Miller of Delaware. A graduate of the Delaware JVS class of 1983, she worked as an assembler for Yutaka Technologies in Cardington since 1996. She enjoyed raising her children and spending time with her family.
Hubbard is also survived by three daughters, Terri Killen of Delaware, Amy Adkins of Mount Gilead and Aubree Adkins of Delaware; adoptive parents Susie (Moodespaugh) Hubbard of Delaware and Joe "Pop" Hubbard of Croton; sisters Emily (Rudy) Friece of Marengo, Phyllis (Junior) Sparks of Delaware, Rhonda (Dan) Davidson of Centerburg; a brother Jack (Brenda) Hubbard of Marengo; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Calling hours were at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Sunbury where funeral services will be held with the Reverend Crate Sparks officiating.
Dallas T. Hubbard
Dallas T. Hubbard, 69, Sunbury, died unexpectedly at home on Monday (May 28, 2001).
He was born April 10, 1932 in Galena to the late James H. and Georgia Ann (Rosenbaum) Hubbard. He was a lifelong area resident and farmer. Hubbard enjoyed bluegrass music, fishing and harness racing. He collected crosses and religious emblems.
Hubbard is survived by his wife of 49 years, Martha Elizabeth Helton Hubbard; two sons, John Taylor (Diana) Hubbard of Sunbury and Clifford Eugene Hubbard and companion, Mary Husby, of Delaware; five daughters, Patricia Louise Howard and companion, Danny Brooks, of Delaware, Etta Mae Hummel and companion, Lester Simpkins, of Sunbury, Freda Grace (Lee) Fox of Marengo, Rhonda Lynn (Gerald) Perdue of West Mansfield, and Lavonna Jean (Paul) Darling of Delaware; 21 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Carl (Patricia) Hubbard of Sunbury, Harry (Mary Alice) Hubbard of Sunbury and Lawrence (Sue) Hubbard of Delaware; and four sisters, Mary (Carlos) Clark of Delaware, Ruby (Everett) Helton of Sunbury, Juanita Phillips of Marengo and Lola (Roy) Page of Bristol, Tennessee.
In addition to his parents, Hubbard was preceded in death by a brother, Alvey Hubbard.
Visitation was at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Ohio 3 at Ohio 61, Sunbury where funeral services were held with the Reverend Harold Holmes officiating. Interment will be in Bloomfield Cemetery near Sparta.
Memorial contributions may be directed to the family.
Carl E. Huddleston, 75, Columbus, died Tuesday (February 5, 2002) at Grant Medical Center, Columbus.
He was born on February 12, 1926, in Delaware County to the late Glen and Mable (Hogle) Huddleston, formerly of Johnstown. A veteran of the United States Army during World War II, he was a retired restaurant manager of the Beverly Drive Inn at Cleveland and Oakland Park and L&K at Westerville and Innis roads. He enjoyed classic cars.
Surviving are his wife of 51 years, Gloria (Sparks) Huddleston; a daughter, LouAnn Huddleston; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Keith and Alice, Larry, and Dan and Debbie Huddleston; four grandchildren, Angel, Shawn, Greg and Danielle; and a great-grandson, Jalen, all of Columbus; two sisters, Mary Sparks of Delaware and Eileen Beaver of Homer; and a brother, Richard Huddleston of California.
Services were held at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Sunbury, with interment in Sunbury Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Bernice B. Hayes Hudnell
Bernice B. Hayes Hudnell, 89, of Hot Springs, Ark., died at her home Saturday (Feb. 7, 1998). She formerly lived in both Galena and Mount Gilead.
She was born in Galena on May 31, 1908, to the late Earl and Anna (Harvey) Ballard. She had worked as a real estate broker in Hot Springs, and was a broker for the former Hudnell Realty in Mount Gilead. She was a member of Hot Springs Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Mason Scott Hayes.
Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law Don and Wilma Hayes of Mount Gilead, Larry Hayes, Tom and Donna Hayes, and Lance and Daris Hudnell, all of Hot Springs; 13 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at at the Devore-Snyder Funeral Home, at Ohio routes 3 and 61 in Sunbury. Interment was in Sunbury Memorial Park.