Thomas Baker, 55, of Tate Township, died Sept. 24. He proudly served his country in the United States Navy. Baker is survived by his children Scott Allen (Debra Stacey) Baker and Megan Melissa (Bryan McCann) Baker, grandchild Jayson Liem Setyawan, father Thomas Baker Sr., siblings Amanda (Dan) Barker, Melissa (Russ) Ruehlman and Alex (Amy) Baker [ Read More ]
James Edward “Ed” Caldwell, 83, of Amelia, died Oct. 3. Caldwell is survived by his wife Doris Caldwell, children Greg (Gayle) Caldwell and Ron (Tammy) Caldwell, grandchildren Lyndsey, David and Dana and brother Richard Caldwell. Visitation 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. services Oct. 9 at E.C. Nurre Funeral Home in Amelia. Memorials to Eastgate Community [ Read More ]
Brian Moke, 31, of Batavia and Union Township, died Oct. 3. Moke was a painter in the construction industry. He is survived by his wife Stephanie Moke, daughter Savannah Moke, parents Thomas and Linda Moke, sister Michell (Jeremy) Rands and 10 nieces and nephews. Services 7 p.m. Oct. 7 at First Baptist Church of Milford.
Mary Hirschauer, 91, of Anderson Township, died Sept. 30. Hirschauer is survived by her children Jerome (Carol) Hirschauer and Ronald (Margaret) Hirschauer, grandchildren Timothy Hirschauer, Karen Broehl, Laury McGahan and Nicholas Hirschauer, seven great-grandchildren, and brother Charles Dean. She was precede in death by her husband Karl Hirschauer and siblings Dorothy Flaherty and Mildred Burke. [ Read More ]
Jimmy Lee Lawrence, 77, of Union Township, died Sept. 14 in Batavia. Lawrence was a police officer at the city of Milford. He served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He is survived by his wife Eugenia “Jean” Woodrey Lawrence, children Jimmy Lawrence, Lee Anne Noble, Jeff Vaughn, Nina Salyer, Denise Bowman [ Read More ]
Lois Ross, 85, of Lexington, Ky., formerly of Georgetown, died Oct. 4 at her daughter’s home in Cedarville. Ross was a retired nurse for UK Chandler Medical Center in Lexington, a member of Southern Acres Christian Church, and an avid flower gardener. She is survived by her husband of 50 years Freeman Norris Ross, children [ Read More ]
Joan Kautz, 81, of Amelia, died Oct. 1. Kautz is survived by her husband Robert Kautz, children Deborah (Sonny Polster) Combs, Jeanne (David) Cairns and Julie (Donald) Lueke, grandchildren Bobbie Brafford, Chelsea Combs, Christopher Combs, Rachael Collini, Danelle Peyton, Stephanie Spencer, and Kelly Lueke, nine great-grandchildren and siblings Judy Brentlinger, Jeanne Kerns, and Jerry Palm [ Read More ]
Donald Youngblood, 64, of Amelia, died Sept. 6. Youngblood was an avid sportsman and loved hunting, fishing, birdwatching and photography. He is survived by his wife Debbie, children Donna (Mark) Collinsworth and Maggie Youngblood, grandchildren Andy Elick, Hutson Collingsworth and Kai Youngblood, siblings Randy (Jackie) Youngblood, Jack (Mary) Youngblood, Qunial Youngblood, Dormal Youngblood, Wilma (Jim) [ Read More ]
Marilyn Williams, 52, of Mt. Orab, died Sept. 30 at her home. Williams worked for National Bank and Trust for 22 years and was employed at Clermont County Job and Family Services as an investigator for child support. Williams is survived by her mother Phyllis (Hamilton) Mitchell, husband of 34 years Douglas Williams, children Douglas [ Read More ]
Alfred Leroy Bilby, of Owensville, has died. Bilby is survived by his siblings Annabell Bilby Gentry, Orville Bilby Jr, Harold Edward “Ed” Bilby and William “Bill” Alexander and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Orville and Mildred Bilby and brothers Clarence Richard and George Gene Bilby.