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<strong>May</strong> 26, <strong>2019</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXIV No. 26<br />

Dialed in, page 9<br />

No pay to<br />

participate<br />

next year<br />

Levi Spangler (left) of London and his<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photos by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

cousin, Ryan Antle, of Plain City hold<br />

hands as they head down the giant inflatable<br />

slide. Antle was diagnosed with a collects her medal at the 10th Annual Rockin’ on the Run. Her mom, Christine (back),<br />

Analiese Carter (front), 10, of Galloway is all smiles as she crosses the finish line and<br />

mass in his brain in December. A recent said she heard about the event, which raises money for pediatric brain tumor research,<br />

MRI showed no new growth in the mass. through her aunt and thought it was a fun way to support a good cause.<br />

Runnin’ for brain tumor research<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Cassie Gantner walked much of the Rockin’<br />

on the Run course with her Basset hounds,<br />

Frankie and Clara.<br />

This was the second time the Amanda, Ohio,<br />

resident has participated in the event, a<br />

walk/run, silent auction and festival that raises<br />

funds for pediatric brain tumor research.<br />

Gantner travels to London to support the<br />

cause in honor of her nephew, Luke Leist, also<br />

London Elementary Principal John Riley<br />

braces for a pie in the face, delivered by fourthgrader<br />

Elias Artis, 10.<br />

of Amanda, who almost didn’t see his<br />

16th birthday due to a brain tumor.<br />

“We give our (finishing) medals to<br />

him, and he signs our shirts each year,”<br />

she said.<br />

So many of the more than 650 people<br />

who attended this year’s Rockin’ on the<br />

Run, held <strong>May</strong> 18 at St. Patrick School,<br />

have a personal connection to the cause.<br />

See RUN page 7<br />

Cassie Gantner of Amanda and her Basset hounds, Clara (left) and Frankie, head<br />

for hydration at the end of the Rockin’ on the Run course. Gantner first learned<br />

about the event over a year ago when her nephew was going through chemotherapy<br />

for a brain tumor. This is her second time participating.<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains Local Schools students<br />

will not have to pay to participate in sports<br />

and band next school year.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 14, the school board voted to suspend<br />

pay-to-participate fees for the <strong>2019</strong>-20<br />

school year.<br />

The fees were implemented this past<br />

school year as part of the district’s budget<br />

reduction plan. The cost was $100 per student<br />

per sport or band program, with a $200<br />

cap per family per season.<br />

Voters approved a 1.25 percent earned<br />

income tax levy in <strong>May</strong> 2018. The pay-toparticipate<br />

fees were one of many ways the<br />

district chose to manage funding until the<br />

income tax passed and collection of the tax<br />

ramped up. Typically, it takes 18 months<br />

from the time an income tax passes before<br />

it is collected at 100 percent, according to<br />

Todd Mustain, district treasurer.<br />

In discussion about whether to suspend<br />

the fees for the coming school year, school<br />

board member Bob Butz noted that the fees<br />

were meant to be a temporary fix until the<br />

district was on solid financial ground. The<br />

district is now in good shape, financially.<br />

Board member Cory Coburn commented,<br />

“Given our current financial situation, if we<br />

don’t have to do it, I agree with Bob, I don’t<br />

think we should do it... I think it’s an unfair<br />

taxation on our parents.”<br />

While he voted to suspend the fees for<br />

the coming year, board President Mark<br />

Mason noted that pay-to-participate is one<br />

of the few ways, outside of levies, the district<br />

has of raising money and that investment<br />

in sports programs helps enrollment.<br />

Mustain reported that the district collected<br />

$32,000 in pay-to-participate fees this<br />

past school year.<br />

When asked his thoughts on suspension<br />

of the fees, Mustain said, “Does it solve all<br />

our problems? No. Does it help? Yeah, it<br />

helps... We can do without it. It’s nice to<br />

have it.”<br />

The board voted 5-0 to suspend the fees<br />

for next year. They will revisit the fees discussion<br />

in <strong>May</strong> 2020.<br />

Principal search<br />

The district is searching for a new junior<br />

See MP page 2


PAGE 2 - MADISON MESSENGER - <strong>May</strong> 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

www.madisonmessengernews.com<br />

West Jefferson on the search for new police chief<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

The village of West Jefferson is on the<br />

search for a new police chief.<br />

Richard “Rick” Hardy announced earlier<br />

this month that he has accepted a job with<br />

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MAY 30 & 31, <strong>2019</strong><br />

11:00 am - 7:00 pm<br />

Veteran’s Field<br />

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Fish, fries,<br />

hush puppies & drinks<br />

Preschool<br />

Registration<br />

Fairhaven School will be screening 3<br />

and 4 year old children for their<br />

preschool program for the upcoming<br />

<strong>2019</strong>-2020 School Year. If you would<br />

like to sign your child up to attend<br />

preschool this Fall, contact Mike Mast<br />

or Vicki Thompson at 740-852-7052.<br />

If you have children birth to 3 and<br />

would like to add them to our preschool<br />

waiting list, please contact us at<br />

the number above.<br />

the Ohio Attorney General’s Office working<br />

with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission.<br />

Hardy has served as West Jefferson’s police<br />

chief since March 2018. His last day was<br />

<strong>May</strong> 22.<br />

Detective Sgt. Brandon Smith is serving as<br />

interim chief until <strong>May</strong>or Ray Martin names a<br />

new chief. Martin has posted the opening internally<br />

and externally and said he will convene<br />

a committee to advise him in the selection<br />

process. The committee will include the chair Chief Rick Hardy<br />

of village council’s police committee, a retired state trooper and a<br />

retired police chief.<br />

As for when he will name a replacement, Martin said, “I’d hope<br />

to have a new chief in the Fourth of July parade.”<br />

Council members thanked Hardy for his service at the <strong>May</strong> 20<br />

PREGNANCY & FAMILY<br />

CHIROPRACTIC CARE<br />

Dwyer Chiropractic<br />

Dr. Heather Dwyer & Dr. Penny Shepherd<br />

139 S. Main St., London, OH ~ 740-852-1965<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

West Jefferson <strong>May</strong>or Ray Martin (right) administers the oath of<br />

office to the village’s newest full-time police officer, T.J. Hammons.<br />

“Very friendly and professional group of doctors and staff. Thanks to Dr. Heather & Dr. Penny I can<br />

now walk and stand without burning and pain down my leg and into my feet. Also was able to cancel<br />

my sons tonsil surgery thanks to the care they have given him. He has never been healthier since<br />

beginning routine care with them. Love, love, love them!” C.M.<br />

council meeting.<br />

“You’ve made it easier for the next person. You got a lot done,”<br />

said council member Mike Conway.<br />

“You will be missed,” added council member Jennifer Warner.<br />

Hardy said he appreciated his time with the West Jefferson department<br />

and emphasized that any accomplishments were the result<br />

of a group effort.<br />

In a post on the department’s Facebook page, Hardy noted the<br />

work the department has done to increase visibility, increase training<br />

and education for officers, and build relationships with residents,<br />

the school district, public agencies and businesses.<br />

“You have read and heard me say this many times, ‘Working together,<br />

we keep West Jefferson safe,’ and I ask that you keep doing<br />

this,” he stated in the post.<br />

Hardy starts his new job on <strong>May</strong> 28.<br />

“It is a position in which I will be able to help more officers across<br />

the state,” he said.<br />

In other police news, Martin administered the oath of office to<br />

T.J. Hammons, the department’s newest full-time officer. With the<br />

addition of Hammons, West Jefferson’s police force stands at nine<br />

full-time officers and one part-time officer.<br />

Martin said he still needs to fill four more positions, two to replace<br />

officers who left the department and two to fill new positions<br />

council approved for this year. He said he received 23 applications.<br />

He has narrowed the pool to seven and hopes to hire the final four<br />

from that pool.<br />

MP<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

high/high school principal. The board accepted the resignation of<br />

Michelle Teis, who has served in the position for one year. The resignation<br />

becomes effective July 31. Teis has accepted a job as assistant<br />

middle school principal at Miami Trace.<br />

Superintendent Chad Eisler reported that 13 candidates submitted<br />

applications for the opening. A committee of nine staff members<br />

conducted a first round of interviews with eight of the candidates<br />

the week of <strong>May</strong> 13. Second interviews with three of the candidates<br />

were set for <strong>May</strong> 20.<br />

The board will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. <strong>May</strong> 28 to approve<br />

the hiring of a new principal. The meeting will take place in<br />

the board meeting room at the elementary.<br />

Other district news<br />

• The board approved several administrative contracts, including<br />

a two-year contract for Brandon Wright as athletic director.<br />

Wright has served as interim athletic director since March of this<br />

year.<br />

• Breakfast and lunch prices for all grades are going up by 10<br />

cents next year. The new prices are: $1.25 for breakfast and $2.75<br />

for lunch for grades K-6; $1.45 for breakfast and $3 for lunch for<br />

grades 7-12.<br />

• Boys’ soccer will be a varsity sport for <strong>2019</strong>-20. Eisler reported<br />

that 22 boys have expressed interest in playing.<br />

• Several students and student groups were recognized for special<br />

achievements.<br />

The junior high boys’ track team placed first in the North division<br />

of the Ohio Heritage Conference and second overall across both<br />

divisions of the conference.<br />

The high school concert band earned a superior rating at the<br />

Ohio Music Education Association’s state competition.<br />

Two high school students excelled on the national French exam.<br />

Senior Alexa Freier placed 15th out of 17,200 students in Level 2-<br />

A. Freshman Owen Blunt placed 19th out of 17,617 students in<br />

Level 1-A.<br />

The board recognized French teacher Beatrice Omwomo as the<br />

district staff person of the month.<br />

The board’s next regular meeting is set for 6 p.m. June 18 in the<br />

board meeting room at the elementary. A facilities assessment presentation<br />

will be part of the meeting.


www.madisonmessengernews.com <strong>May</strong> 26, <strong>2019</strong> - MADISON MESSENGER - Page 3<br />

Pizzuti looks to build warehouse at Byerly and 40<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Another developer is looking at building<br />

a warehouse in West Jefferson.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 20, Brian Free, a construction<br />

project manager with The Pizzuti Companies<br />

in Columbus, presented a site plan for<br />

a prospective warehouse north of the intersection<br />

of Byerly Road and U.S. Route 40 on<br />

the west side of the village.<br />

Free said the plan is to build a facility<br />

that is 848,000 square feet in size with the<br />

possibility of expansion to 1.2 million square<br />

feet. Pizzuti does not have a tenant lined up<br />

for the facility. The idea, Free said, is that<br />

they would build it then put it on the open<br />

market to be leased out.<br />

The long-term plan includes building a<br />

second facility on property adjacent to the<br />

first one, but Free said the focus right now<br />

is on the first phase.<br />

Pizzuti is doing what it needs to be sure<br />

the site will work for the warehouse they<br />

have planned. Storm water retention is an<br />

issue on the property. Free said his company<br />

is working on solutions that include a<br />

retention pond and recharge wells.<br />

The company also requested a variance<br />

from the village for its landscape plan. The<br />

planning and zoning commission approved<br />

the plan and recommended it to council.<br />

<strong>May</strong>or Ray Martin asked if Pizzuti’s plan<br />

would involve creating access to the property<br />

from Byerly Road.<br />

“There will never be an entrance off of<br />

Byerly Road,” Free assured Martin.<br />

Byerly is too narrow, he said. The warehouse’s<br />

entrance would be off of Commerce<br />

Parkway. Vehicles entering and exiting the<br />

site would use the same path to the highway<br />

as the nearby Target warehouse.<br />

Free said there is a chance the second<br />

phase of the project would involve an entrance<br />

off of Route 40, but that the Ohio Department<br />

of Transportation would play a<br />

big role in that plan, should the second<br />

warehouse project become a reality.<br />

Council voted unanimously to grant the<br />

variance for the landscape plan.<br />

In other business, John Mitchell, West<br />

Jefferson’s public service director, reported<br />

that the village isn’t getting the Ohio Public<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

Brian Free, a construction project manager for The Pizzuti Companies,<br />

presents a site plan for a prospective warehouse at the<br />

<strong>May</strong> 20 West Jefferson village council meeting.<br />

Works Commission (OPWC) funding for which he applied.<br />

The funding—$117,750 in grant form and $117,750 as a zero-interest<br />

loan—would have helped to offset costs of improving the Norwood<br />

sanitary sewer from the entrance of Norwood Elementary<br />

across the backyards of 23 homes. The<br />

tiling is old and decaying, causing infiltration<br />

problems and a burden on the sewer<br />

plant during heavy rains.<br />

Council set aside $340,000 in this year’s<br />

budget to fix the problem. Mitchell recommended<br />

that the village move forward with<br />

the project, despite the lack of state funding<br />

to offset some of the cost. He said the village<br />

could wait and try again next year for state<br />

funding but added that the problem should<br />

be fixed sooner than later.<br />

Should council choose to proceed with<br />

the project this year, Mitchell estimates<br />

work could begin in November and finish<br />

up in February or March.<br />

Council member Doug Eakins recommended<br />

that Mitchell right up a proposal<br />

with options to present to council’s public<br />

Shroud exhibit in West Jeff<br />

A traveling exhibit on the Shroud of<br />

Turin, “The Man of the Shroud,” will be presented<br />

10 a.m.-8 p.m. June 15-19 in the social<br />

hall at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic<br />

Church, 9350 High Free Pike, West Jefferson<br />

(corner of I-70 and State Route 142).<br />

Open to the public at no charge, this is the<br />

exhibit’s only Ohio visit to date in <strong>2019</strong>.<br />

The Shroud of Turin is venerated by<br />

many as the burial cloth of Jesus of<br />

Nazareth. This exhibit will examine the<br />

scriptural, historical and scientific evidence<br />

of one of the most-studied religious icons in<br />

history.<br />

The exhibit consists of three main features:<br />

a full-scale linen replica of the shroud<br />

(14’x3’ in size), a life-size crucifix, and 92 informational<br />

panels representing over 25<br />

years of study and research by the Center<br />

for the Study of the Passion of Christ and<br />

the Holy Shroud. This traveling exhibit is<br />

on loan from The Conventual Franciscan<br />

Friars of Marytown, Ill.<br />

Also, as part of the exhibit, Tony Stout of<br />

St. Cecilia Parish will present a program on<br />

the Shroud’s history, based on his personal<br />

study of the Shroud for over 20 years, at 5<br />

p.m. June 15 at Sts. Simon & Jude.<br />

While the Catholic Church does not take<br />

an official stance on the Shroud’s authenticity,<br />

it does say it is an object worthy of veneration<br />

and honor.<br />

service committee.<br />

Marci Darlington, parks and recreation director, announced that<br />

the village pool will open <strong>May</strong> 31. She said more life guards are<br />

needed.<br />

The next West Jefferson council meeting is at 7 p.m. June 3.<br />

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community calendar<br />

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Art Exhibit<br />

The London Visual Arts Guild will present<br />

the photographs of John Piles <strong>May</strong> 30-<br />

Jun 30 at Gallery on High, 5 E. High St.,<br />

London. Piles uses a 35mm film camera to<br />

take his photographs. The public is invited<br />

to the opening reception set for 5-8 p.m.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 30. Refreshments will be served. Regular<br />

gallery hours are: Tuesdays, 4-8 p.m.;<br />

Thursdays and Sundays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.,<br />

and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.<br />

Breakfast on the Farm<br />

The Franklin & <strong>Madison</strong> County Farm<br />

Bureau will host its 8th Annual Breakfast<br />

on the Farm from 8 to 11 a.m. June 8 at<br />

Beck’s Hybrids, 720 U.S. Rte. 40 NE, London.<br />

The event is free and open to the public.<br />

Participants will be treated to<br />

made-to-order omelets, information about<br />

farming and how food gets to the dinner<br />

table, up-close looks at large farm equipment,<br />

and interaction with farm animals.<br />

Tickets are required. Register by June 5<br />

at <strong>2019</strong>breakfastonthefarm.eventbrite.com.<br />

Car Show<br />

The London Strawberry Festival’s 4th<br />

Annual Auto Show will take place June 21<br />

in downtown London. The rain date is June<br />

22. Registration runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.<br />

with awards at 9. The entry fee is $10.<br />

Prizes will be awarded for royalty’s choice,<br />

people’s choice, favorite 20, best in show,<br />

best GM, best MOPAR, best Ford, best<br />

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other make and best motorcycle. For details,<br />

contact Doreen Baker at (614) 804-8632 or<br />

londonstrawberrycontacts@gmail.com.<br />

Fish Fries<br />

West Jefferson American Legion Post<br />

201, 9701 W Broad St., is hosting fish fries<br />

from 4 to 7 p.m. the first and third Fridays<br />

of the month from <strong>May</strong> through October.<br />

HBMLibrary<br />

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library, 270<br />

Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jeff, (614) 879-8448.<br />

• Storytimes. The last storytime until<br />

this fall will take place at 10:30 a.m. <strong>May</strong><br />

29 The theme is “blooming flowers.”<br />

• Library closed. <strong>May</strong> 27, Memorial Day.<br />

• Summer Reading Program. Early registration<br />

starts <strong>May</strong> 28. Reading logs and<br />

booklets available for pickup on June 7.<br />

Golf Outing<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Chamber of Commerce’s<br />

annual golf outing is slated for June<br />

13 at the London Country Club. The cost to<br />

register a team is $340 for either the morning<br />

flight or the afternoon flight. Both include<br />

18 holes of golf, a cart, beverages, and<br />

lunch or dinner. The morning option has an<br />

8:30 a.m. shotgun start. The afternoon option<br />

has a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Non-golfers<br />

are welcome to enjoy lunch or dinner for<br />

$20. For details, call (740) 852-2250.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Center<br />

280 W. High St., London, (740) 852-3001.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 20: 8:30 a.m., indoor/walking exercise<br />

class; 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m.,<br />

crochet, knitting, needle crafts; 10:30 a.m.,<br />

sitting exercises; 1 p.m., euchre<br />

<strong>May</strong> 21: 9 a.m., quilting; 10 a.m., bowling;<br />

1:30 p.m., Rays of Hope for Seasons of<br />

Life Support Group, 1:30 p.m.; 5 p.m., cards<br />

and billiards; 5:30 p.m., line dancing<br />

<strong>May</strong> 22: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;<br />

9 a.m., chair volleyball; 10:30 a.m., aerobics/strengthening<br />

class; 12:05 p.m., bridge<br />

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Staff Writer<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 14, 21 <strong>Madison</strong> County momsto-be<br />

and new moms and their families enjoyed<br />

the 6th Annual Community Baby<br />

Shower held in West Jefferson and hosted<br />

by the Healthy Child and Family Consortium.<br />

The following agencies handed out educational<br />

literature and advice to educate<br />

moms on everything from breastfeeding to<br />

safe sleeping for babies and car seat<br />

safety: WIC, Action for Children, Early<br />

and Regular Head Start Programs, the<br />

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ASTER<br />

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CLEMATIS<br />

COLUMBINE<br />

DAHLIA<br />

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Sidney Johnson (left) and her mom, Jennifer Johnson (right), of Mechanicsburg, talk<br />

to Amy Hix, Early Head Start parent educator, about safe sleeping habits for babies.<br />

Showering new moms with info<br />

Solution on page 4<br />

Rocking Horse Center, <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

Public Health, EMS, and the Mental<br />

Health and Recovery Board.<br />

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day<br />

Saints handed out inspirational family information,<br />

and Amanda Stidham Photography<br />

provided photos for the moms.<br />

Bridges Community Action and United<br />

Healthcare donated the raffle prizes, and<br />

Lifepointe Family Center of London provided<br />

diapers, wipes and a baby outfit.<br />

Flyers Pizza and Sweet Madeline’s Vintage<br />

Bakery, both of West Jefferson, and<br />

United Health provided food.<br />

Plain City Library<br />

305 W. Main St., (614) 873-4912.<br />

• Summer Reading. The library kicks off<br />

its summer reading program at 1 p.m. June<br />

3 with activities, refreshments and giveaways.<br />

The Wump Mucket Puppets show is<br />

at 2 p.m. Children and teens who register<br />

on Kickoff Day between 1 and 3 p.m. receive<br />

a goodie bag. Can’t make the party? You can<br />

still register anytime beginning June 3 to<br />

win prizes for reading over the summer.<br />

One grand prize winner will receive a Kindle<br />

Fire. The library offers summer reading<br />

programs for children, teens and adults. No<br />

registration is required for the Kickoff<br />

Party. Due to popularity, the puppet show<br />

requires a wristband for admission. A limited<br />

number of free wristbands will be distributed<br />

beginning 30 minutes prior to the<br />

puppet show.


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MADISON HEALTH<br />

URGENT CARE<br />

NOW OPEN!<br />

Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm<br />

Weekends: 9am - 5pm<br />

Open most holidays<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Health Occupational Health Services<br />

is now located in the Urgent Care building.<br />

371 Lafayette St., London<br />

740.845.6735


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<strong>Messenger</strong> photos by Theresa Hennis<br />

Members of the Alcott family–Natalie Small and her son, Christian–enjoy the first game<br />

on the city of London’s new sand volleyball court.<br />

City dedicates new sand<br />

volleyball court at pool<br />

By Theresa Hennis<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Mary Louise (Meezee) Alcott, a former<br />

city auditor for London, loved her family<br />

and the city. Generous donations to the city,<br />

made in her memory, are a legacy that will<br />

serve the community for a long time to<br />

come.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 18, the Alcott family met with<br />

city officials and friends at the London Municipal<br />

Pool to dedicate a new sand volleyball<br />

court in memory of Mary Louise.<br />

“I had envisioned buying the property behind<br />

the municipal pool, tearing down the<br />

old church on it, and putting up a volleyball<br />

court. I estimated it would cost $100,000,”<br />

said <strong>May</strong>or Pat Closser.<br />

Jerry Alcott, Mary Louise’s son and<br />

owner of Building Systems Transportation<br />

in London, had previously donated funds to<br />

make improvements to the pool, a project<br />

dear to his mother’s heart. When he heard<br />

the mayor’s dream for the volleyball court,<br />

he told Closser, “You got it!” He donated<br />

$100,000 to the project.<br />

Judy Alcott, Mary Louise’s daughter, explained<br />

the origin of the court’s name,<br />

Meezee’s Court.<br />

“When Mom was little,” Judy said, “she<br />

would say, ‘Meeze hungry, meeze cold.’ And<br />

that’s where the nickname came from.”<br />

Jerry Alcott has pledged another<br />

$100,000 to build a splash pad at the pool,<br />

coming next year.<br />

“I’m hoping that giving kids in the com-<br />

(From left) Jerry Alcott of London, Judy Alcott<br />

of Hilliard and Jack Alcott of London<br />

stand under the archway that bears their<br />

mother’s nickname. Meezee’s Court, named<br />

for Mary Louise Alcott, is the new sand volleyball<br />

court at the London Municipal Pool.<br />

munity more fun things to do in the summer<br />

will keep them out of trouble and away from<br />

drugs,” he said.<br />

The volleyball court, which is regulation<br />

size and features beach sand, is open to pool<br />

patrons during pool hours. The city also<br />

plans to open the court to anyone, free of<br />

charge, in the mornings before the pool<br />

opens. The start date for the morning hours<br />

will be announced soon, Closser said.<br />

“We also will be<br />

doing weekend tournaments<br />

through<br />

the summer and<br />

hope to do a league<br />

starting around<br />

Dwyer Insurance Agency<br />

63 N. Main Street<br />

London, OH 43140<br />

(740)852-0654<br />

mid-August and<br />

into September,” he<br />

added.<br />

The London Municipal<br />

Pool, 203<br />

Park Ave., opens on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 25. Hours are<br />

12-8 p.m.


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RUN<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

Brian Davis of Orient brought his large family<br />

to the festivities in tribute to his 15-year-old<br />

daughter, Carrie, who had a tumor removed when<br />

she was 2 years old and whose scans have been<br />

clear since 2013.<br />

Chelsea Antle of Plain City watched as her son,<br />

Ryan, who was diagnosed in December with a<br />

mass in his brain, played with his cousin on the<br />

giant inflatables in the children’s area. A recent<br />

MRI showed no new growth in the mass.<br />

“These families and their kids are incredible<br />

and so resilient. Getting to meet them and hear<br />

their stories is motivation to keep going and to<br />

push harder to grow our event every year,” said<br />

Ashley Winebrenner, Rockin’ on the Run vice president<br />

and London resident.<br />

Organizers are still crunching the numbers, but<br />

Winebrenner said she is confident that once again<br />

they will be able to donate $25,000 to Nationwide<br />

Children’s Hospital. In its 10-year history, the<br />

event has raised more than $168,000 for pediatric<br />

brain tumor research.<br />

“The way the community and surrounding<br />

areas come together to support our cause is truly<br />

unique,” Winebrenner said. “People comment a lot<br />

about how there aren’t many brain tumor specific<br />

events, and when they hear of one, they want to<br />

come to show support.<br />

“Most people don’t realize how prevalent brain<br />

tumors are until they know someone with one, and<br />

then they hear that they are much more common<br />

than they thought. People are coming from all over<br />

the state to show their support, and that means<br />

the world to us.”<br />

A total of 516 people registered for the 5K race<br />

and the new one-mile walk/run, which is up 20 percent<br />

over last year’s total. Of those, 450 picked up<br />

packets and most completed the courses. Additionally,<br />

several children took part in the new kids’ fun<br />

loop.<br />

“We are so happy with the turnout! We really<br />

think opening the new distances brought new people<br />

in,” Winebrenner said. “We had a few comment<br />

on how happy they were to be able to participate<br />

this year in the one-miler because they just<br />

couldn’t physically handle the 5K. The kids loved<br />

having their own race, and the parents told us it<br />

was the perfect way for the kids to feel involved.”<br />

In addition to supporting research at Nationwide<br />

Children’s Hospital, Rockin’ on the Run donates<br />

to the hospital’s Wagon Fund. Anyone can<br />

sponsor a wagon which families at the hospital can<br />

use to give rides to their children or haul personal<br />

belongings.<br />

The Rockin’ on the Run committee’s goal is to<br />

sponsor a wagon for each of the children who serve<br />

as inspiration for their event. They got started on<br />

the list last year and will add to it this year and in<br />

years to come.<br />

This year’s Rockin’ on the Run proceeds were<br />

donated to research and wagons in honor of Erica<br />

Reagyn Semler, Natalie Crum, Kyra Longsdorf,<br />

Garrett Stout, Faith Brenly, Carrie Davis, Logan<br />

Kinzel, Zachary Samuel and Ryan Antle, children<br />

who are fighting brain tumors, and in memory of<br />

Nate Elfrink, Violet Baier and Braxton Long, children<br />

who lost their courageous battles in February<br />

2010, December 2010, and July 2017, respectively.<br />

To learn more about how to get involved or donate,<br />

go to rockinontherun.org.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

Taking her talents to Wooster<br />

Sierra Lapasky (seated, center), a senior at <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains High School,<br />

signs her letter of intent to run track and play soccer at the College of<br />

Wooster. Joining her are: her parents, Craig and Donna Lapasky<br />

(seated); (back row, from left) <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains track coach Joanie Boyle,<br />

assistant soccer coach Sara Hamilton, and track coach Jim Miller. Lapasky<br />

was a scholar athlete, was named most valuable player twice in<br />

soccer and once in track, and earned all-conference honors in soccer.<br />

She also participated in indoor track, student council, FFA, the school<br />

newspaper and literary magazine, National Honor Society and other student<br />

groups. At Wooster, she plans to study early childhood education,<br />

child and adolescent development, and psychology.


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Seniors question trash changes<br />

By Andrew Garrett<br />

Staff Writer<br />

A small but vocal contingent of mostly senior citizens addressed<br />

London city council on <strong>May</strong> 16 about proposed changes to the city’s<br />

trash pick-up system and rates.<br />

Council is considering legislation that would eliminate use of official<br />

“London bags” for weekly waste pickup, replacing them with<br />

large trash cans with lids. The change would increase trash pickup<br />

fees from $10 per month to $17.80 per month. In addition to the<br />

rate increase, $7.20 would be tacked on each month for one year to<br />

finance the new cans.<br />

Residents expressed concerns about the impending hike to their<br />

monthly bill as well as the large size of the cans. They said they are<br />

worried about the space the cans would take up, as well as difficulties<br />

in maneuvering them and possible safety issues that might result.<br />

More than once, they said that many residents do not produce<br />

enough weekly trash to warrant going with the larger cans.<br />

“I just feel like it is going to be a burden on seniors,” said resident<br />

Betty Porter, echoing the sentiment of many people in the audience.<br />

According to council member Anthony Smith, a rate increase must<br />

happen, whether or not this particular piece of legislation is passed.<br />

“Whether we do have the bags or don’t have the bags, the cost<br />

will go up,” he said.<br />

The city’s last rate increase for trash pickup was in 2005, according<br />

to Smith.<br />

“Nobody has wanted to deal with this issue,” he added.<br />

If passed, the increase would go toward maintenance on an aging<br />

garbage truck fleet and replacement of trucks when necessary. It<br />

would also help to keep local residents employed, Smith said.<br />

If collection is outsourced, not only would local jobs be lost, but<br />

according to his research, there would be no real savings, Smith said.<br />

Switching to cans also would help prevent trash in open recycling<br />

bins from blowing around the city, he added.<br />

As it stands, the proposal would not<br />

allow for residents to purchase just one can.<br />

All residences would receive a 96-gallon can<br />

for trash and a 64-gallon can for recyclables.<br />

Council members conceded that a 35-gallon<br />

option might be needed, especially for<br />

condominium living. However, the smaller<br />

cans likely would not decrease what resi-<br />

dents see on their bills—at least as things<br />

stand now—as there is no real difference in<br />

cost from a wholesale perspective between<br />

the varying sizes.<br />

The city would not make money from the<br />

sale of the cans, according to Steve Scaggs,<br />

Board of Public Utilities (BPU) member. The<br />

cans would be sold to residents “at cost.”<br />

For individuals who might have difficulty<br />

maneuvering the cans, the city would offer<br />

door service for an additional $2.20 per<br />

month.<br />

The legislation also calls for providing<br />

residents with a free monthly pickup of up<br />

to 2 cubic yards of items that don’t fit in the<br />

trash cans.<br />

BPU will meet to discuss the issues<br />

brought up by residents before the legislation<br />

goes to a third reading at the next council<br />

meeting, set for 6:30 p.m. June 6.<br />

In new business, council read legislation<br />

that would establish a Community Reinvestment<br />

Area for the city. The plan—developed<br />

by <strong>May</strong>or Patrick Closser, council<br />

President Joe Russell, city Law Director<br />

Jennifer Hitt, and David Kell, executive director<br />

of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Chamber of<br />

Commerce and <strong>Madison</strong> Community Improvement<br />

Corp.—is intended to incentivize<br />

residential and commercial development<br />

within the city. It will give developers a tax<br />

abatement of 100 percent for up to three<br />

years or until the developed properties are<br />

sold. The exemption would remain with the<br />

developer and would not be transferred to<br />

the purchaser of the property.<br />

According to Closser, it is a smart and financially<br />

responsible way to promote new<br />

residential builds and, along with the tax<br />

dollars that their inhabitants would generate,<br />

is greatly needed for the city.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

Honoring those who served<br />

Jack Cunningham, a member of Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Chapter 746,<br />

places flags on veterans’ graves in St. Patrick Cemetery in London. Members of London’s<br />

United Veterans Organization, which includes the VVA, Amvets Chapter 19, Disabled<br />

American Veterans Chapter 93 and American Legion Post 105, also placed flags<br />

at Deercreek, Kirkwood, Oak Hill and Summerford cemeteries. <strong>Madison</strong> County’s Veterans<br />

Services supplied the flags. Cunningham is a Veterans Services commissioner.


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West Jeff shop dialed in on tower clock project<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Steven Robinson describes his welding<br />

and fabrication business as a “job shop.”<br />

“We will do stuff for anybody who comes<br />

in off the street,” he said.<br />

Some of it is fix-it stuff, like reinforcing<br />

a tailgate on a township vehicle or repairing<br />

a broken sprayer arm for a local farmer.<br />

Some of its parts stuff, like the work his<br />

crew does for Stanley Electric, the car parts<br />

maker in London, and Battelle, the research<br />

and development lab in West Jefferson.<br />

Some of it is downright unique stuff, like<br />

the 6.5-foot tall grocery cart the shop made<br />

for a Kroger store’s grand opening in Cincinnati.<br />

Or the work they did for a display at<br />

the Smithsonian Institution in Washington<br />

D.C. that features a replica of the nose cone<br />

from an Apollo spacecraft.<br />

All of this, from the practical to the artful,<br />

comes out of Adept Products Inc., in<br />

West Jefferson. Robinson has worked at the<br />

shop since 2001. He and his wife, Angela,<br />

have owned it since 2015. If a project involves<br />

steel or aluminum, they’re on the job.<br />

When you crank out work across such a<br />

broad spectrum and do it well, word gets<br />

around. It was word-of-mouth that brought<br />

Phil Wright, an expert in tower clock preservation,<br />

restoration and repair, to Adept<br />

Products years ago. Several clock collaborations<br />

later, from the courthouse clocks in<br />

Union and Harrison counties to clocks at the<br />

Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich.,<br />

Wright and Robinson have teamed up again<br />

for restoration of <strong>Madison</strong> County’s courthouse<br />

clock.<br />

Last week, Adept Products finished fabrication<br />

of four new dials for the four faces<br />

of the clock tower, which sits atop the courthouse<br />

at the corner of Main and High<br />

streets in London. The dials are exact replicas<br />

of the originals from 1892.<br />

“Thankfully, the (<strong>Madison</strong> County) Historical<br />

Society had a couple of the numerals<br />

from the original. We could go from those to<br />

make copies that are as close as possible to<br />

being exactly what was on the building originally,”<br />

said Wright, who owns The Tower<br />

Clock Co. in South Charleston.<br />

The county commissioners hired Wright<br />

to head up a full restoration of the clock,<br />

from overhauling the original 1892 mechanism<br />

that will sit inside the tower to making<br />

replicas of the hands and dials.<br />

Robinson used a computer aided design<br />

(CAD) program to create a dial template<br />

which he downloaded to his fabrication machines.<br />

“There was some trial and error. We did<br />

one first using scrap metal. We changed a<br />

few things until we got it where we wanted<br />

it,” he said.<br />

Each dial stands nearly a story high and<br />

is comprised of six sections, each with two<br />

numerals. Wright and Robinson opted for<br />

sections for two main reasons: 1) They will<br />

be easier to carry up the 132 steps into the<br />

tower for installation; 2) They make for<br />

stronger dials. Multiple flanges will fuse the<br />

sections together, a better bet for longevity<br />

than a single piece more prone to warping.<br />

While the new dials will look like what<br />

came with the clock back in the day, there<br />

is one major difference. They are made of<br />

aluminum instead of cast iron.<br />

“They’re only about 70 to 80 pounds<br />

each,” Robinson said as he and Mike Giehl,<br />

a staffer who worked on the project, easily<br />

lifted and carried one of the assembled dials<br />

across the shop floor.<br />

The dials are off to Columbus for a coat<br />

of black paint. Wright said the wooden<br />

hands are finished, and he is making good<br />

progress on the mechanism.<br />

“I promised the commissioners the clock<br />

would be up and running by Christmas,” he<br />

said of the timeline.<br />

While Robinson doesn’t make it to Washington<br />

D.C. or Dearborn, Mich., often to<br />

point out his shop’s handiwork, he said it’s<br />

fun to point out the Union County tower<br />

clock to his daughter any time they are in<br />

Marysville. He said he looks forward to<br />

doing the same whenever they drive<br />

through downtown London.<br />

“Oh yeah, it’s going to be really cool seeing<br />

that. I’ve lived in <strong>Madison</strong> County all my<br />

life,” he said.<br />

Angela said she likes that the commissioners<br />

are keeping much of the business of<br />

working on the clock local.<br />

“It’s a community thing, putting it back<br />

together,” Robinson said.<br />

In addition to commissioned work like<br />

the clock dials, the Adept Products crew<br />

uses their talents to give back to the community.<br />

They make parts for demolition<br />

derby cars, and Robinson, who used to compete<br />

in the sport, helps to find sponsors for<br />

prize money at the county fair derby. Last<br />

year, the crew made and donated a fire ring<br />

for West Jefferson’s Christmas in the Park.<br />

This year, they are making a memorial to be<br />

placed at the site in southeastern Ohio<br />

where a pilot and two flight nurses lost their<br />

lives in a helicopter crash. Bradley Haynes,<br />

a London resident and Jefferson Township<br />

firefighter, was among those who died.<br />

We have openings in our Adult Day Center Program<br />

The Adult Day Center is open Monday through Friday 9:00am-2:30pm<br />

The Adult Day Center provides assistance to families who have the<br />

responsibility for an older adult who cannot be left alone during the day,<br />

yet does not require 24 hour nursing home care.<br />

• Must be 60 and over<br />

• Must live in <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

• We can provide transportation to and from the center<br />

• Services are not denied regardless of the client’s ability to pay<br />

• Clients are approved for services on a first come, first served basis<br />

Please contact the Director at 740-852-3001<br />

for more information about the program.<br />

280 West High Street • London • mcsenior.org<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photos by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

Steven Robinson (right), owner of Adept Products in West Jefferson, and employee Mike<br />

Giehl hold up one of four dials the welding and fabrication shop made for installation in<br />

the <strong>Madison</strong> County courthouse clock tower.<br />

Mike Giehl, an<br />

Adept Products<br />

employee,<br />

works on a section<br />

of one of<br />

the new dials for<br />

the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County courthouse<br />

clock<br />

tower. The West<br />

Jefferson resident<br />

said the<br />

project involved<br />

lots of cutting,<br />

rolling, bending<br />

and welding of<br />

pieces of aluminum.<br />

“It’s<br />

been like putting<br />

together a<br />

puzzle,” he said.<br />

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CLUNK<br />

Gerald T. Clunk, 78, of Springfield, died<br />

on <strong>May</strong> 13, <strong>2019</strong>, in Springfield. Born on<br />

July 29, 1940, in Lisbon, he was the son of<br />

Howard and Kathryn (Custer) Clunk. He<br />

was a 1958 graduate of Lisbon High School<br />

and a United States Marine Corps veteran.<br />

He received the National Defense Service<br />

Medal in 2018. In the early 1960s, Jerry<br />

Unforgotten.<br />

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Monument Company<br />

worked under the control and supervision of Highway Patrol Officers<br />

as an equipment inspector. In 1965, he was a police patrolman for<br />

the city of Huron, and from September to December was employed<br />

at Mansfield as a correctional officer and was assigned to Sandusky<br />

Honor Camp. He was employed at International Harvester for 17<br />

years as a security guard. In November 1983, he again began working<br />

for the State of Ohio as a corrections officer at London Correctional<br />

Institution and retired as a lieutenant from <strong>Madison</strong><br />

Correctional Institution, London, in 2003. Survivors include: his<br />

sons, Jonathan T. (Diana) Clunk and Christopher T. (Kelly) Clunk;<br />

grandsons, William “Billy” Clunk and Nicholas Clunk; former wife<br />

and friend, Sharon (Thompson) Bixler. He was preceded in death by:<br />

his parents; sisters, Jo Ann Moser and an infant, Joyce Kathryn.<br />

Jerry donated his body to the Wright State Anatomical Gift Program<br />

to help medical students. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 30 at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1031, Springfield, and a<br />

10 a.m. June 1 at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4111, Lisbon. Contributions<br />

may be made to a favorite charity of your choice.<br />

CHAMPER<br />

Linda D. Champer, 71, of London died in her home on <strong>May</strong> 16,<br />

<strong>2019</strong>. She was born in Ashland, Ky., on Nov. 6, 1947, to William J.<br />

and Ruth C. (Trautner) Berry. She is survived by: daughters and<br />

sons-in-law, Cindy and Jeff Meade of London, Michelle and Chad<br />

Mouser of London; grandchildren, Cody (Molly) Meade, Jessica<br />

Meade, Samantha Meade, Hunter Mouser; great-grandson, Cooper<br />

Meade; sister, Dawn (Jim) Blackmon of Texas; brothers, Steve<br />

(Buddy) Berry of Georgia, Bill (Janet) Berry of West Jefferson, Rusty<br />

(Aleta) Berry of West Jefferson; and several nieces and nephews.<br />

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Verne N. Champer,<br />

and sister, Beth Hudson. Services were held <strong>May</strong> 20 at Rader-<br />

Lynch and Dodds Funeral Home, London, with Kelly Armfelt<br />

officiating. Burial was in Dennison Chapel Cemetery. The family<br />

was served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London.<br />

BRAKE<br />

Cynthia Bess (Chenos) Brake, 85, of West Jefferson, passed away<br />

on <strong>May</strong> 18, <strong>2019</strong>, in her residence, surrounded<br />

by her loving family. Cynthia was<br />

born on April 27, 1934, in West Jefferson to<br />

the late John E. and Henrietta M.<br />

(Solomon) Chenos. She was a graduate of<br />

West Jefferson High School in 1952. She retired<br />

from Merck Sharp, & Dohme Pharmaceutical<br />

Co. She was a long-time member of<br />

Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in West<br />

Jefferson. She was preceded in death by:<br />

her parents; son, Donald L. Brake; brothers<br />

and sisters, Stephen, George, John, Leona,<br />

Madeline, Rita, Marcelia and Sylvia. She is<br />

survived by: her husband of 66 years, Donald<br />

C. Brake; children, Diane (Clint) Casey,<br />

Valerie (Matt) Huffman, Chris (Vickie)<br />

Brake; 13 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren.<br />

Calling hours and a vigil<br />

service were held <strong>May</strong> 23 at Rader-McDonald-Tidd<br />

Funeral Home, West Jefferson. A<br />

103 North Main Street<br />

London, Ohio 43140-1144<br />

(740) 852-2345<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com<br />

©2001 Adfinity TM<br />

Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated<br />

<strong>May</strong> 24, with Father William A. Metzger,<br />

celebrant, at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic<br />

Church in West Jefferson. Burial followed<br />

in Mount Calvary Cemetery, West Jefferson.<br />

Memorial contributions may be made<br />

to the church’s building fund through BAA.<br />

KELLER<br />

Carl Allen Keller, 73, of South Vienna died on <strong>May</strong> 18, <strong>2019</strong>, in<br />

his home. He was born in Lima, Ohio, on Sept. 1, 1945, to Louis and<br />

Hazel (Thomas) Keller. A loving soul, Carl was deeply committed to<br />

his family. His love and support for his children were unquestionable<br />

as he jumped at the opportunity to assist them during hard times<br />

and good. He devotedly attended sporting events of his entire extended<br />

family, ensuring he had an opportunity to cheer for everyone.<br />

He retired from Navistar in 1998 after 32 years of dedicated service.<br />

In semi-retirement, he spent more than 20 years enjoying working<br />

and traveling with D.J.’s National Food Service. He had a passion<br />

for the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, canoeing and camping<br />

in the company of his family and friends. He loved coaching all of<br />

his children and their friends and earned the moniker, “Captain<br />

Carl.” He gave back to his community in his younger years as a volunteer<br />

firefighter for Harmony Township. One of his greatest pleasures<br />

in life was spending Fridays with his wife in the role of Granny<br />

and Pap, babysitting their great-grandchildren. He is survived by:<br />

wife, Toni (Hill) Keller; daughters, Tammy (Steve) Schafer of Springfield,<br />

Tracy (Mark) McGhie of Portland, Maine, Tricia (Shad) Severance<br />

of Delaware, OH; son, Chad A. Keller of London; grandchildren,<br />

Jessica (Brett) Ridder, Jordan (Matt) Porter, Emily and Samuel<br />

Schafer, Drake and Cole McGhie, Katie (future husband, Jake Hetterscheidt),<br />

Kyler and Karlie Severance, Hannah and Daniel Keller;<br />

great-grandchildren, Charlie and Abe Ridder and Maxwell Porter;<br />

sister, Judy Smith of Zolfo Springs, Fla.; sisters-in-law, Helen Keller<br />

of Wapakoneta, Teri Bennett (Doug Rammel) of Springfield; brotherin-law,<br />

Tim (Lisa) Hill of London; numerous nieces and nephews;<br />

and many friends. He was preceded in death by: parents; brother,<br />

Fred; daughter-in-law, Brandy Keller; best friend, David Powell;<br />

mother- and father-in-law, Jesse and Jackie Hill. A memorial service<br />

was held <strong>May</strong> 23 at South Vienna United Church with Rev. Scott<br />

Griswald officiating. Private inurnment will be held at a later date.<br />

Services for Carl were entrusted to Rader-Lynch & Dodds Funeral<br />

Home & Cremation Service, London. Memorial contributions may<br />

be made to: Wildlife Central Office, 2045 Morse Rd. Building G-1,<br />

Columbus, OH 43229-6693.<br />

DURR<br />

Jack Wilbert Durr, 67, of London passed away on <strong>May</strong> 19, <strong>2019</strong>,<br />

at the OSU James Cancer Hospital. He was born on Aug. 16, 1951,<br />

in Aberdeen, S.D., to Harry H. and Emma M. Stroh Durr. He was<br />

a 1969 graduate of Aberdeen Central High School and attended<br />

USC and Northern State University where he received his bachelor’s<br />

degree. He worked as a machinist and later moved to Ohio to<br />

be closer to his grandchildren. Jack attended St. John’s Lutheran<br />

Church. In addition to serving as a technician for NHRA, Jack was<br />

an avid Denver Broncos fan, enjoyed gardening, cooking, Nascar<br />

and golf. Jack was preceded in death by his parents and his wife,<br />

Jeannie Yost Durr, in 2016. Survivors include: his daughters, Carrie<br />

Anne Cavallo with her husband, Michael Windram, and Kristine<br />

with her husband, Chris Clucus; grandchildren, Cora and Ethan<br />

VanBuskirk; brothers, Ronald (Ginger) Durr and Perry Durr;<br />

nieces, Macie Durr and Monica Davis; great-nieces, Brylnlee and<br />

Kadyn Davis; godfather, Walter (Wilma) Stroh; a host of friends;<br />

and his two K-9 companions, Dakota and Zoe. A memorial service<br />

was held <strong>May</strong> 23 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, London. A second<br />

service and inurnment will be held at Whitemarsh Memorial Park<br />

in Ambler, Pa., at a later date. Memorial donations may be made<br />

to The James Cancer Center, 460 W. 10th Ave, Columbus, OH<br />

43210 or St. John’s Lutheran Church, 380 Keny Blvd., London, OH<br />

43140. The family is being served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home<br />

and Crematory, London.


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CLASSIFIED ADS<br />

Deadline: Tuesdays at 2 p.m.<br />

To place an ad, call 740-852-0809 or stop by the London office at 78 S. Main Street<br />

xLegal Notices<br />

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE<br />

OHIO REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26<br />

THE STATE OF OHIO, MADISON COUNTY<br />

PennyMac Loan Services LLC, Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Robert B. Sheppard et. al., Defendant<br />

Case No. CVE20180239<br />

Parcel No. 24-01271.000 / 24-01450.000 / 24-01186.001<br />

Address: 2600 Seneca Dr., London, OH 43140<br />

In pursurance of an order of sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction,<br />

at the door of the courthouse in London, Ohio. The above named property was appraised at<br />

$185,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount on Friday, 7th day of<br />

June, <strong>2019</strong>, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. If no bids at that time, the property will be offered up again on<br />

Friday, 21st day of June, <strong>2019</strong>. There will be no minimum bid for the second sale. Any additional<br />

costs and taxes owed for the action that are not covered by the sale, will be collected within 30<br />

days of the confirmation from the purchaser. However, the Plaintiff has the right to redeem the<br />

property within 14 days of the sale by paying the full purchase price to the clerk of courts, and<br />

will be considered the successful purchaser of the sale.<br />

The complete legal description can be found in the office of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder, in<br />

the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse located at 1 N. Main Street, London, OH 43140.<br />

Being the same property conveyed by deed recorded in volume 278, page 1686 of the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Ohio Records.<br />

Last known owner: Robert B. Sheppard et. al<br />

Said premises located at: 2600 Seneca Dr., London, OH 43140<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale are on an “as-is” basis and have no warranty or guarantee. The<br />

appraisal may or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff nor<br />

the appraisers are liable for the condition of the property that was appraised.<br />

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 will be due the day of the sale, balance due within 30 days of<br />

confirmation.<br />

Additional fees to be paid to the Sheriff, include, transfer tax & conveyance fees which will be<br />

added to the balance due. All funds paid to the Sheriff must be in cash or certified check.<br />

Delinquent taxes will be paid by the plaintiff, current taxes prorated to the purchaser to the date<br />

of the auction. The purchaser assumes all taxes from the date of the auction. The purchaser shall<br />

be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient<br />

to cover.<br />

John R. Swaney, Sheriff<br />

Tina J. Sabin, Deputy<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Reimer Law Co., Attorney<br />

P.O. Box 39696, Solon, OH 44139<br />

MM MAY 12, 19, 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>236<br />

TO ADVERTISE<br />

YOUR LEGAL/<br />

PUBLIC NOTICES<br />

CALL THE<br />

MADISON<br />

MESSENGER<br />

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740-852-0809<br />

LEGAL NOTICE<br />

Sale of Real Estate<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

Foreclosure Auction<br />

U.S. Bank National Association<br />

vs<br />

Michael L. Smouse, Jr., et al.<br />

Case# CV20180255<br />

Property Address: 186 South Union Street, London,<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>, Ohio, 43140<br />

Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public<br />

Website; Parcel Number: 31-01503.000<br />

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com<br />

opening on 06/11/<strong>2019</strong> at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum<br />

of 7 days. Property may be sold on a provisional<br />

sale date should the third party purchaser fail to<br />

provide their deposit within the allotted time.<br />

Provisional Sale Date: 06/20/<strong>2019</strong> at 10:00 a.m.<br />

for a minimum of 7 days.<br />

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required<br />

is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer within 2<br />

hours of the sale ending. No cash permitted.<br />

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,<br />

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale<br />

are insufficient to cover.<br />

To view all sale details and terms for this property<br />

visit www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code<br />

CV 20180255 into the search bar.<br />

MM MAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, <strong>2019</strong><br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>249<br />

NOTICE OF BID (REVISED)<br />

Sealed bids will be received by the<br />

Auditor’s Office of the<br />

City of London, State of Ohio at<br />

20 S. Walnut St., Suite 101<br />

London, Ohio 43140<br />

Until 10am on<br />

Monday, July 08, <strong>2019</strong><br />

for the sale of the real estate<br />

located at 116 N. Walnut St.<br />

London, Ohio<br />

Parcel ID No. 31-03288.000<br />

MM MAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, 9, <strong>2019</strong><br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>246<br />

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE<br />

OHIO REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26<br />

THE STATE OF OHIO, MADISON COUNTY<br />

Citibank, N.A., Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Roy Steven Hatfield et. al., Defendant<br />

Case No. CVE<strong>2019</strong>0004<br />

Parcel No. 07-00258.000<br />

Address: 8610 Lilly Chapel Georgesville Rd., West Jefferson, OH 43162<br />

In pursurance of an order of sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction,<br />

at the door of the courthouse in London, Ohio. The above named property was appraised at<br />

$60,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount on Friday, 7th day of June,<br />

<strong>2019</strong>, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. If no bids at that time, the property will be offered up again on Friday,<br />

21st day of June, <strong>2019</strong>. There will be no minimum bid for the second sale. Any additional costs<br />

and taxes owed for the action that are not covered by the sale, will be collected within 30 days<br />

of the confirmation from the purchaser. However, the Plaintiff has the right to redeem the<br />

property within 14 days of the sale by paying the full purchase price to the clerk of courts, and<br />

will be considered the successful purchaser of the sale.<br />

The complete legal description can be found in the office of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder, in<br />

the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse located at 1 N. Main Street, London, OH 43140.<br />

Being the same property conveyed by deed recorded in volume 295, page 909 of the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Ohio Records.<br />

Last known owner: Roy Steven Hatfield et. al<br />

Said premises located at: 8610 Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson, OH 43162<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale are on an “as-is” basis and have no warranty or guarantee. The<br />

appraisal may or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff nor<br />

the appraisers are liable for the condition of the property that was appraised.<br />

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 will be due the day of the sale, balance due within 30 days of<br />

confirmation.<br />

Additional fees to be paid to the Sheriff, include, transfer tax & conveyance fees which will be<br />

added to the balance due. All funds paid to the Sheriff must be in cash or certified check.<br />

Delinquent taxes will be paid by the plaintiff, current taxes prorated to the purchaser to the date<br />

of the auction. The purchaser assumes all taxes from the date of the auction. The purchaser shall<br />

be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient<br />

to cover.<br />

John R. Swaney, Sheriff<br />

Tina J. Sabin, Deputy<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Suzanne Godenswager, Attorney<br />

1213 Prospect Ave., St. 300, Cleveland, OH 44115<br />

MM MAY 12, 19, 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

Public_Notice<br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>235<br />

The following matters are the subject of this public notice by the Ohio<br />

Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice,<br />

including any additional instructions for submitting comments,<br />

requesting information, a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be<br />

obtained at: http://www.epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk,<br />

Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216.<br />

Ph: 614-644-3037 email: HClerk@epa.ohio.gov<br />

Final Issuance of Renewal of NPDES Permit<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Sewer District #2 WWTP<br />

2795 Old Columbus Rd., London, OH 43140<br />

Facility Description: Wasterwater-County<br />

Wastewater-County<br />

Receiving Water: Deer Creek<br />

ID #: 4PG00049*DD<br />

Date of Action: 06/01/<strong>2019</strong><br />

This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to<br />

ERAC.<br />

MM MAY 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>250


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xLegal Notices<br />

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xDated Sales<br />

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING<br />

Notice is hereby given that the City of London Board of Zoning Appeals will hold<br />

a public hearing on Tuesday June 4, <strong>2019</strong>, 7:00 p.m. at 20 South Walnut Street,<br />

London, OH 43140 to hear the following case(s):<br />

Applicant, Scott Bennett, requesting a conditionally permitted use for an<br />

amusement arcade located at the subject property 116 West High Street.<br />

Applicant, Philip & Deborah Dowler, requesting a variance for setbacks and<br />

allowable lot coverage at the subject property located at 180 East High Street.<br />

Applicant, Permit Solutions Inc., requesting a variance to the requirement of 49<br />

off-street parking spaces due to McDonald's building expansion / exterior<br />

upgrades at the subject property located at 23 East High Street.<br />

Applicant, Rebecca Abbott, requesting a variance for a drive thru window at the<br />

subject property located at 289 Lafayette Street.<br />

Applicant, Maronda Homes, requesting a variance for the allowable garage size<br />

at the subject properties located at 1132 Stratford Way and 1154 Stratford Way.<br />

Information on the above cases is available for public review at the City of London,<br />

Building and Zoning Department, 20 South Walnut Street, Suite 105 London, Ohio,<br />

43140 during regular business hours.<br />

For any questions concerning this please contact<br />

Tom Hale or Paul Oswalt at 740-852-7045.<br />

MM MAY 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

LEGAL NOTICE<br />

Sale of Real Estate<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

Foreclosure Auction<br />

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.<br />

vs<br />

Victor J. Wirth, et al.<br />

Case# CV<strong>2019</strong>0034<br />

Property Address: 598 Crescent Drive, West Jefferson,<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>, Ohio, 43162<br />

Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public<br />

Website; Parcel Number: 10-00597.00<br />

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com<br />

opening on 06/11/<strong>2019</strong> at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum<br />

of 7 days. Property may be sold on a provisional<br />

sale date should the third party purchaser fail to<br />

provide their deposit within the allotted time.<br />

Provisional Sale Date: 06/20/<strong>2019</strong> at 10:00 a.m.<br />

for a minimum of 7 days.<br />

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required<br />

is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer within 2<br />

hours of the sale ending. No cash permitted.<br />

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,<br />

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale<br />

are insufficient to cover.<br />

To view all sale details and terms for this property<br />

visit www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code<br />

CV <strong>2019</strong>0034 into the search bar.<br />

MMMAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, <strong>2019</strong><br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>248<br />

MADISON<br />

MESSENGER<br />

MM<strong>2019</strong>254<br />

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS<br />

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO<br />

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT<br />

Case No. 21740033<br />

Summons By Publication<br />

Jenna JOHNSON<br />

Vs.<br />

Cody RATLIFF<br />

To: Cody Ratliff, address unknown<br />

A motion for contempt in regards to Elizabeth Ratliff, DOB<br />

07/18/2011; has been filed in this Court. A trial hearing has been<br />

scheduled in this Court at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse, 1<br />

North Main Street, London, OH 43140, on Thursday, July 11, <strong>2019</strong>,<br />

at 10:00 a.m., and at the call of the Court thereafter.<br />

You are hereby summoned that a motion has been filed by Jenna<br />

Johnson. You are required to serve upon Jenna Johnson a copy of<br />

your answer to the motion within 28 days of this publication. Said<br />

answer must be filed with this Court within three (3) days after<br />

service on Jenna Johnson. If you fail to appear and defend, judgment<br />

by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded<br />

in the motion.<br />

You are indicated as being the parent of said minor child and<br />

notice of said motion is hereby provided in accordance with the<br />

law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile Procedure.<br />

You may contact the Juvenile Court at 740-852-0760 with any<br />

questions.<br />

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN<br />

Juvenile Judge<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

MM MAY 26, <strong>2019</strong><br />

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS<br />

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO<br />

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT<br />

Case No. 21640107<br />

Summons By Publication<br />

Christopher & Suzanne BLEVINS<br />

vs.<br />

Josh MILLER & Morgan JOHNSON<br />

To: Morgan Johnson, address unknown<br />

A Motion to Establish Child Support of JOHNSON, EMMA, DOB<br />

08/03/2011, has beed filed in this Court. A pretrial hearing has been<br />

scheduled in this Court at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse, 1 North<br />

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with the law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile<br />

Procedure.<br />

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questions.<br />

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN<br />

Juvenile Judge<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

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MM<strong>2019</strong>253<br />

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5-26 M<br />

8.26 M<br />

EXECUTRIX PUBLIC AUCTION<br />

OF REAL ESTATE<br />

ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1<br />

ST<br />

AT 11:00 AM<br />

LOCATED AT: 138 JACKSON BLVD. PLAIN CITY, OH<br />

REAL ESTATE CONSISTS OF: 3 TO 4 BED RMS, 3 FULL BATHS, KITCHEN<br />

W/DINNING AREA, LIVING RM, FIREPLACE, FINISHED BASEMENT AND 2 CAR<br />

GARAGE W/WK AREA. HOME HAS OVER 2300 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE W/<br />

HARDWOOD FLOORS AND KNOTTY PINE CABINETS. SITTING ON LG CORNER<br />

LOT W/MATURE TREES, MINUTES FROM MAJOR RETAIL STORES AND I-270.<br />

TERMS: $5,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DAY OF AUCTION.<br />

BALANCE DUE ON OR BEFORE JULY 1ST, <strong>2019</strong>. SOLD IN AS-IS (WHERE-IS)<br />

CONDITION AND SUBJECT TO EXECUTRIX CONFIRMATION. INSPECTION<br />

OF REAL ESTATE WILL BE SUNDAY, MAY 26TH FROM 3:30 TO 6PM.<br />

6% BUYERS PREMIUM.<br />

ESTATE OF RUSSELL G. BALDWIN<br />

EXECUTRIX FOR THE ESTATE ROBIN SMITH<br />

MAD CO PB#<strong>2019</strong>1007<br />

AUCTION CONDUCTED BY<br />

GEOFF SMITH REALTOR/AUCTIONEER<br />

LONDON OH 614-204-1175<br />

SALES AGENT FOR<br />

SUPERIOR 1 REALTY - RON WINN, BROKER - 614-873-5008<br />

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OF REAL ESTATE<br />

9.4+/- ACRES W/2800 SQ.FT. HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS<br />

ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1<br />

ST<br />

AT 3:00 PM<br />

LOCATED AT: 9980 ST.RT. 736, PLAIN CITY, OHIO<br />

REAL ESTATE CONSISTS OF: 3 BED RMS, 3 FULL BATHS, KITCHEN W/FORMAL<br />

DINING AREA, LIVING RM W/FIREPLACE, MOTHER-IN-LAW SUITE W/SIDE<br />

ENTRANCE W/1 BED RM, FULL BATH, LIVING RM, LG ENCLOSED 3 SEASON<br />

PATIO, 24’X24’ 2 CAR GARAGE, FINISHED BASEMENT W/FULL BATH, 48’X56’<br />

POLE BARN, 8’X14’ SHED. SITTING ON 9.4+/-ACRES WITH PASTURE AND<br />

WOODS. FAIRBANKS SCHOOLS.<br />

TERMS: $10,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DAY OF AUCTION.<br />

BALANCE DUE ON OR BEFORE JULY 1ST, <strong>2019</strong>. SOLD IN AS-IS (WHERE-IS)<br />

CONDITION AND SUBJECT TO EXECUTORS CONFIRMATION. INSPECTION<br />

OF REAL ESTATE WILL BE FRIDAY, MAY 24TH FROM 5-7 PM AND<br />

SUNDAY, MAY 26TH FROM 1-3 PM.<br />

6% BUYERS PREMIUM.<br />

ESTATE OF DONALD E. HAYNES<br />

MARK ANTHONY BLODGETT EXECUTOR FOR THE ESTATE<br />

UNION CO P.B.# <strong>2019</strong>-1-029<br />

AUCTION CONDUCTED BY<br />

GEOFF SMITH REALTOR/AUCTIONEER<br />

LONDON OH 614-204-1175<br />

SALES AGENT FOR<br />

SUPERIOR 1 REALTY - RON WINN, BROKER - 614-873-5008<br />

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Auction zip.com - #14712


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xMobile Homes<br />

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211 GARFIELD AVE., LONDON<br />

Clothes, Housewares, Toys<br />

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ALL ITEMS 25¢ EACH<br />

Sale<br />

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RAIN OR SHINE<br />

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5 Family Yard Sale<br />

228 N. London St.<br />

Mt. Sterling, 43143<br />

Friday, <strong>May</strong> 31, 9-3<br />

Sat., June 1, 9-12<br />

BARN SALE<br />

775 Betty Wilson Rd.<br />

London, 43140<br />

<strong>May</strong> 30, 31 & June 1st<br />

8am - 6pm<br />

Part of Rt. 40 Yard Sale<br />

Rain or Shine<br />

Multiple Family<br />

Garage Sale<br />

Forrest Lake Estates<br />

off Taylor-Blair Rd.<br />

West Jefferson 43162<br />

<strong>May</strong> 30, 31 & June 1st<br />

9 A.M. - 3 P.M.<br />

GARAGE SALE<br />

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581 Chestershire Rd.<br />

Richmir Community<br />

Garage & Bake Sale<br />

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9am - 2pm<br />

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off West Jefferson-<br />

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Nordic Track Elliptical<br />

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CONDOMINIUM<br />

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1050 Square Feet<br />

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1 Car Garage<br />

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Price Reduced $113,500<br />

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THE<br />

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37 Yrs Exp - Lic & Ins.<br />

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A&M<br />

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KYLE SMITH<br />

Concrete & Construction<br />

General Contractor<br />

Licensed-Bonded-Insured<br />

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WEBB & SON<br />

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ED<br />

740-852-0816<br />

FLOORING<br />

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Stocking Warehouse<br />

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Ceramic • Hardwoods<br />

Laminates 6/2 M<br />

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(SUMMERFORD)<br />

between St. Rt. 40 & I-70<br />

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5-26 M<br />

6-9 M<br />

5-26 M<br />

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A/M<br />

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WOW<br />

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6-9 w/sw/m<br />

5-26 M<br />

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Honoring our service members this<br />

MEMORIAL DAY<br />

Albert Eastman<br />

Robert Green<br />

John Hawkinson<br />

James Lewis<br />

Bill Miller<br />

Trafford Ream<br />

Robert Watts<br />

Oscar Roark<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

Army<br />

National Guard<br />

William Payne<br />

David Lazenby<br />

Gary Reed<br />

Dale Vance<br />

Karl Albrink<br />

Leland Forrest<br />

Carl Huston<br />

Charles Putney<br />

Coast Guard<br />

Marines<br />

Marines<br />

Marines<br />

Navy<br />

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We appreciate your sacrifice!<br />

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