Obituaries Archive

Elizabeth P. King, 83

Elizabeth P. King, 83, of New Richmond, died April 16. She was a lifetime member of the New Richmond Church of God and retired from Keebler after 42 years.

Betty S. Cox, 65

Betty S. Cox, 65, of Bethel, died April 9. She was retired. She was a past volunteer at Clermont Mercy Hospital. She is survived by husband, Clifford; sons, Tony and Eric.

Joyce Anne Griffin, 68

Joyce Anne Griffin, 68, of Milford, died April 10. She was a teaching aide. She was preceded in death by her parents Arthur and Birdie.

Samuel L. Hughes, 84

Samuel L. Hughes, 84, of Bethel, died April 15. He was born on April 6, 1922, in Kenmont, Ky. He was a retired bricklayer and a WWII veteran.

Julia E. Moore, 86

Julia E. Moore, 86, of Goshen, died April 17. She was in sales. She was preceded in death by father, John; mother, Anna; and son, Raymond.

Allen C. Thornbury, 72

Allen C. Thornbury, 72, of Georgetown, died April 14. He was born in Welch, WV on August 24, 1933. He was preceded in death by father, Colley; mother, Elizabeth; wife, Susie; and daughter, Linda.

Donald E. Hageman, 68

Donald E. Hageman, 68, of Pierce Township, died April 16. He is survived by children, Doug, Scott, Todd, and Chris; brother, Alan; companion, Carole; former wife, Vivian; and five grandchildren.

Janis Bernice Rose, 67

Janis Bernice Rose, 67, of Bethel, died April 9. She was born on May 16, 1938, in Somerset, Ky. She was preceded in death by her mother Zella Mae Pittman.

Walter Paul Grube, 35

Walter Paul Grube, 35, of Anderson Township, died April 8. He worked locally as a chemist and in information technology. He enjoyed political and military simulation games.

Edward Glen Patton, 72

Edward Glen Patton, 72, of Milford, died April 14. He was a supervisor and a Korean War veteran. He was preceded in death by father, Irvin; mother, Ella; and son, Eugene.

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