Obituaries Archive

Donald Youngblood, 64

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

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

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.

Jean Dunn, 79

Jean E. Dunn, 79, of Bethel, died Sept. 23. Dunn is survived by her husband Kenneth Dunn, children Katherine Dunn, Susan (Michael) Limke, Mary (Dave) Frey, and Jennifer (Fran) Rosato, grandchildren Elizabeth, Brian, Alex and Cynthia and great-grandchildren Cameron and Jean. She was preceded in death by her brother Mark Dunn. Graveside services 10:30 a.m. [ Read More ]

Shirley Mardis, 71

Shirley Kay Mardis, 71, of Pierce Township, passed away suddenly Sept. 26. She was an employee of Cincinnati Bell for 33 years. Mardis is survived by her husband Ron Mardis of 47 years, siblings Larry Bohl, Rodger (Beverly) Bohl and Pamela (David) Throckmorton. She was preceded in death by her parents Clarence and Ruby Bohl [ Read More ]

Brenda Deaton Cook, 67

Brenda Deaton Cook, 67, of Bethel, formerly of Pierce Township, died Sept. 27 at University Hospital in Cincinnati. She was a member of Hamersville Baptist Church. Cook is survived by her husband Ronald Cook, son Shane (Amanda) Workman, step-daughters Amanda Raimondi and Teri Cook, grandchildren Makenna, Zane and Caitlyn Workman, brothers Ronnie (Pati) Deaton and [ Read More ]

Wade Linger,83

Wade Linger, 83, of Batavia, died Sept. 23. Linger is survived by his wife Janet, children Sue (Tom) Uhlenbrock, Sandra Linger Santos and Carol (Joe) Schwab, grandchildren Andy, Emily, Scott, Ben, Ali, Michael, Rachel, Nathan and Hannah, great-grandchildren Anna, Alex, Caleb, Ethan, Olivia, Tanley and Brooklyn. Visitation 9 a.m. until 10 a.m. services Sept. 27 [ Read More ]

Ruth Crumpton, 72

Ruth Ann Crumpton, 72, of Bethel, died Sept. 25. Crumpton is survived by her husband Jewel Richard Crumpton, of 54 years, children Richard Gregory (Beverly) Crumpton, Debbie (Rick) Stowell, Lisa (Joel) Mahler and Chris (Tina) Crumpton, grandchildren Kristen, Miles, Brittany, Connor, Tyler, Emily, Lilly, and Leo, great-grandchildren Parker and Lillian, Paige and Alex Wilson, and [ Read More ]

Carolyn Hughes, 73

Carolyn M. Hughes, 73, of Amelia, died Sept. 23. Hughes is survived by her children G. Allen (Kelly) Hughes and Lori J. Hughes, grandson Allen Hughes, siblings Edward Myers, Darlene McLaren, Barb (Harry) Tucker and Danny (Pam) Bolser. She was preceded in death by her husband George D. Hughes Jr, siblings Michael Bolser and Sharon [ Read More ]

George Stevens, 75

George R. Stevens, 75, of New Richmond, died Sept. 28. He was a printing press operator for Jefferson-Smurfitt Company. Stevens is survived by his children Pam Stevens, James (Linda) Stevens and Roger Stevens, grandchildren Tyler James and Tabitha Paige, siblings Dorothy Parm, Patsy Floyd, David, Gerald and Patton Stevens. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Oct. 1 and [ Read More ]

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