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Harley E. Cutlip
Harley E. Cutlip , 82, of 2957 Quinby Dr., Columbus, formerly of Piketon, died April 6, 1997 at Echo Manor in Pickerington, Ohio. He was retired from the U.S. Navy and a Civil Service Librarian. He was a member of the Phoenix [AZ] American Legion and Fleet Reserve Association, Norfolk, Va. And the Baptist Church, Phoenix, Ariz. He was a former member of the American Legion Merit Post 142, Waverly. Military graveside service was conducted by American Legion and Fleet Reserve Association, Norfolk, Va.

He was born April 4, 1915, to George B. and Rebecca C. (Simmons [should be Bellar]) Cutlip in Pike County.  He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Orville B. and George Cutlip; one sister, Mrs. Florence Days.

He is survived by one son, Harley E. Cutlip, Jr., Severn, MD., three daughters, Ms. Rebecca C. Simmons, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, Mrs. Gary (Nancy) Burnett, Woodsfield, Ohio, and Mrs. Doreen S. Malizia, Gahanna, Ohio; five grandchildren and four great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Harold (Ethel) Copp, Phoenix, Ariz; and one half-brother, Mr. Theodore [should be Chester "Ted"] Cutlip, Latham.

Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. At the Howe Wheeler Boyer Hornback Funeral Home in Piketon with the Rev. Gary Burnett Officiating. Burial followed in Salt Creek Cemetery. [Formal name is actually Scioto Cemetery, Valley Township, Scioto County, Ohio -- but the local folks refer to it as "Salt Creek Cemetery" --

Submitted by: Rod Bias


Charles F. Peters 

 Funeral services for Charles F. Peters, 93, of 497 Eastern Avenue,  Chillicothe were held at 2 p.m. Satuday at the Ware Funeral Home there, with Pastor R. G. Humble officiating.  Burial followed in Brown's Chapel Cemetery.  Friends called at the funeral home after 5 p.m. Friday.
    Mr. Peters died at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in Chillicothe Medical Center Hospital, after a brief illness.
     A native of Pike County, he was born on Septermber 23, 1883, the son of William and Sarah Ann Thornton Peters.
     Surviving are his wife, the former Bliss Merritt Moss at home, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Charles (Betty) McDonnell of Niantic, Conn., and Mrs. Robert C. (Doris) Anderson of Clarksburg; two stepsons, Harold I. Moss of Cleveland, and Vernonon C. Moss of Redondo, Califorinia; seven step-grandchildren and five stepgreat-grandchildren.
     Mr. Peters was a retired Chillicothe Paper Company employee.

Waverly News Watchman
June 1977
PCOGS Archives (bb)


Martha G. Parker 

     Funeral service for Mrs. Martha George Parker, 64, of Route #1, Piketon , were scheduled to be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, at the Boyer Funeral Home in Waverly, with Rev. Elmer Moore and Rev. Albert Reed officiating.  Burial was to follow in the Union Cemetery, Columbus. Friends called at the funeral home after 2. p.m. Tuesday.
     Mrs. Parker died at 5:55 a.m. Sunday in the Pike County Hospital.  she had been in failing health for two years.
     A native of Pike County she was born on July 22, 1910, a daughter of Robert and Edith (Streitenberger) Bucy.
     Surviving are two sons, Morris (Pete) George and William George, both of St. Petersburg, Florida; one daughter, Mrs. William (Louise) Everett, Route #1, Piketon; three step-dauhgers, Mrs. Glenda Van Meter, and Mrs. Robert (Opal) Miller, both of Columbus, and Mrs. James (Gloria) Thomas of Dallas, Texas; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; one brother, Charles Bucy of Darbyville, Ohio; and two sisters, Mrs. Erma Irvine, and Mrs. Inez Blakeman both of Waverly.
     Mrs. Parker was a member of the Dover Chapel Community Church in Columbus, and attended the Pleasant Valley Church here.

Waverly News Watchman
 Copyright © 2006
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Pike County Chapter of  O.G.S.
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 Waverly, Ohio 45690