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Rev. Gary "Bob" Damron

Businessman turned pastor dies in Lebanon

LEBANON - The Rev. Gary "Bob" Damron, associate pastor of the Oregonia Church of God and former executive of Progressive Technology in Lebanon and Progressive Paper Products in Carlisle, died Saturday at Kettering Medical Center after a long illness.
The Rev. Damron, 42, of Catherine Ave., was associate pastor of the Oregonia Church of God for the past six years.  He had also worked for Warren County Community services.
A graduate of Moorehead University, he taught school in the Lebanon, Little Miami and Lakota systems before entering the field of industry.
He served as vice president of Progressive Technology in Lebanon's Harmon Park until he became ill five years ago.  He had also served as vice president and general manager of Progressive Paper Products in Carlisle.
He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Baldwin Damron; a son Scott, at home; a daughter, Miss Dana Marie Damron, at home; and three brothers, Steve, Phil and Jeff, all of Kentucky.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Unglesby-Anderson Funeral Home, Franklin, with the Revs. Orville Robinson, Tim Sheets and Ted Shannon officiating.
Burial will be at Miami Valley Memory Gardens, Ridgeville.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, and from 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Gary Damron Memorial FUnd in care of the Unglesby Funeral Home.

Source: The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, April 27, 1986

by
Vivian Combs Moon
4 October 2008


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