Obituaries Archive

Rick Amato

Rick L. Amato, of Union Township, has died. Amato is survived by his wife of 34 years Trish Amato, children Vanessa (Steve) Hartman, Melissa Amato and Anthony Amato, grandchildren Sophia, Jerod, Liam-Dominic, Nicholas, and Braylen, siblings Vince, Perry and Mark Amato, brothers-in-law Carl and David Carlson and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in [ Read More ]

Bertha Teten, 93

Bertha M. Teten, 93, formerly of Grosebeck, died Aug. 1. Teten is survived by her children Frank, Tom, and Tim Teten, Marianne Wuebker and Kathy Schmelz, 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Earl Teten. Visitation 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 Mass of Christian Burial at St. Veronica Church. Interment [ Read More ]

Donald Meyer

Donald R. Meyer, of Owensville, died July 29. Meyer is survived by his sister MaryJo and brothers Tom and Jerry, children Donnie (Nancy) Meyer, Marcella Proctor, John (Debbie) Proctor, Joe Meyer, Jimmy (Jonnie) Julien, Debbie (David) Day, and Robert (Mary) Meyer, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren and lifelong family friend Ann Gentry. He was preceded in [ Read More ]

Robert Roy, 62

Robert W. Roy, 62, of Pierce Township, died July 27. Roy served in the United States Air Force. He is survived by his wife Jewell Roy, daughter Miranda Roy, mother Mary Ann Roy, siblings Diana (Jim) Black, Michael (Jeanne) Roy, Cheryl Roy, Teresa (Leon Johnson) Riggs, and Mark Roy, and numerous nieces and nephews. He [ Read More ]

Warren Fields, 92

Warren Bruce Fields, 92, of Miami Township, died July 31 in Montgomery. Fields served in the United States Army during World War II as a technician and received many battlefield awards. He was involved in the following battles: Rhineland, Central Europe, Ardennes, Northern France and Normandy. He received five Bronze Stars, the East Africa Middle [ Read More ]

Carmela Christin, 80

Carmela “Carme” Christin, 80, died July 29. Christin was a veteran teacher of 35 years in the Forest Hills School District. After retirement she was known as “The Reading Lady” where she donated her time to read to young children and was the benefactor of hundreds of library books to local elementary schools. She touched [ Read More ]

Anna Rein, 100

Anna Rein, 100, a lifelong resident of Milford, died July 28. Rein is survived by her husband Robert, children Sister Margaret Rein, S.C. Theresa Rein, Joseph (Nancy) Rein, and Mary (Michael) Slaughter, grandchildren Matthew, Marc, Lauren and Emily, and great-grandchildren Emma, David, Luke, Rosie and Olivia. She was preceded in death by her siblings Joseph, [ Read More ]

Gladys Rabenstein, 88

Gladys M. Rabenstein, 88, of Bataiva, died July 26. Rabenstein is survived by her children Sandra (Michael) Dial, and Kathy (Michael) Geers, grandchildren Sabin (Erin) Dial and Ryan (Melanie) Dial, great-grandchildren Aiden, Evan and Zane Dial, siblings Willard Grassman and Harold Grassman. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert Rabenstein, son Robert (Paula) [ Read More ]

Beatrice Moore, 90

Beatrice “Bea” Moore, 90, of Fayetteville, died Aug. 2 in Loveland. She was a memeber of the Brown County Republicans Club and attended Fayetteville United Methodist Church for more than 50 years. Moore is survived by her children Karen McKeown, Byram (Barbara) Moore, Roger Moore and Don Moore, sister Nancy Fortunato, sister-in-law Lillian Elliot, six [ Read More ]

Pauline Schauer, 92

Pauline Schauer, 92, of Batavia, died Aug. 1. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Glen Este. Schauer is survived by her children Patricia (Sam Carroll), Clifford (Gene), Jerry (Pat), Ernie (Julie), Marvin, Linda Fraley and Eloise (Robert), 30 grandchildren, 58 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren, siblings Ruth Cutman and Luella Fortna. She was [ Read More ]

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