Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21, 2001

John E. Bolton

from the Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21, 2001, page B-5.

 

            John E. Bolton, age 65, of Miamisburg, passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2001 at Kettering Memorial Hospital.  He was a 1954 graduate of Miamisburg High School.  He received his B.S. Degree from Miami University and his Masters Degree from University of Dayton.  John was a former employee of NCR after 18 years of service.  He taught at Miamisburg High School for 5 years where he coached reserve wrestling and pee wee football in West Carrollton where he was a former member of the Jaycees.  He also coached golf at Oakwood High School and was an Army Veteran.  Preceded in death by his parents, Andrew and Margaret Bolton.  Survivors include his wife of 42 years; a son and daughter-in-law of Phillipsburg; a daughter and son-in-law of Franklin; a daughter of Miamisburg; a sister of Franklin; 6 grandchildren; a brother-in-law of West Carrollton; a niece; nephews; a grandnephew; and John’s best friend.  Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, November 21, 2001 at 11:00 A.M. from the Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home, 508 E. Linden Ave., Miamisburg.  Pastor Chuck Wolfinbarger officiating.  Burial Evergreen Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 5:00 to 8:30 PM.  Memorial contributions, if so desired, may be made to the Buff Weidner Scholarship Fund, c/o Farmers & Merchants Bank, 41 S. First, Miamisburg, Oh. 45342 in his memory.

 

 

Lora Mae (McLemore) Harrison

from the Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21, 2001, page B-5 (partial transcription).

 

            Mrs. Lora Mae (McLemore) Harrison, born May 31, 1903, DuQuoin, Illinois.  A devoted member, Canaan Missionary Baptist Church.  She departed this life Thursday, November 15, 2001.  Preceded in death; parents, husband, two sisters, one brother and five children.  She leaves twelve loving children.  A host of grand, great and great-great grandchildren.  The family extends a special thank you to Dr. _____.  Viewing will be held Friday, November ….

 

 

A. Barlow Heikes

from the Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21, 2001, page B-5.

 

A. Barlow Heikes, 88, of Merritt Island, Fl. Died November 7, 2001.  He was born in Dayton, OH, moved to Ft. Lauderdale, in 1950.  Then to Meritt [sic] Island two years ago.  Survivors include his wife; a son; and a daughter.  Graveside services were held November 9th at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Ft. Pierce, FL.

 

 

Albert M. Thomas

from the Dayton Daily News, Nov. 21, 2001, page B-5 (partial transcription).

 

            Albert M. Thomas age 71 of Kenton, Ohio formerly of Dayton passed away Monday, November 19, 2001 at the Blanchard Valley Regional Medical Center.  A U.S. Marine Corp Veteran of the Korean Conflict.  A former employee of Complete Auto Transit Local #957.  He was a member of the Community Worship Center, Kenton, OH., and the Greenwood Grange #1061, Kenton, OH.  Preceded in deal [sic] by his son Albert M. Thomas, Sept. 15, 1985, parents Albert M. Sr. & Mary (Donahoe) Thomas, and by a brother Louis Thomas.  He is survived by his wife; 1 son of Kenton; 2 sons of Huber Heights, OH; 7 daughters of MI.; 3 grandchildren; a sister-in-law of Sidney, IA.  Funeral services 12:00 p.m. Friday, November 23, 2001 at the Swart Funeral Home, West Carrollton.  Pastor Tony L. Crowe officiating.  Burial Miami Valley Memory Gardens. Friends may call from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on ….

 

 

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