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James E. Grubbs

Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service

James E. Grubbs

Fishers - James E. Grubbs, 91, of Fishers and formerly of Hagerstown went to be with his Lord and Savior and be reunited with his wife, Laura, on Monday, October 11, 2021. He was born on May 15, 1930 in Modoc to the late Marston and Crystal (Jordan) Grubbs.

James is a veteran of the US Army and served during the Korean War. He retired from ABF in Dayton, Ohio following 23 years of service, where he was a lifelong proud member of the Teamsters Union. James was an avid sports fan, including IU Basketball, Green Bay Packers and NASCAR. In his earlier years, he volunteered at various racetracks traveling with the Jeff Gordon sprint car pit team. James was a member of the Hagerstown American Legion and attended New Testament Church of Christ.

He is survived by his son, Brent Grubbs of Fishers; siblings, Gary Grubbs of Muncie, Cheryl Hurst of Branson, Missouri, Brenda (Eric) Miller of Muncie; an aunt, Mary Jordan of San Diego, California and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Laura (George) Grubbs; brothers, Bill, Larry, Ronald and Donald Grubbs.

Services will be at 1:00 p.m. Friday, October 15, 2021 at Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service in New Castle with Pastor Paul Gearhardt officiating. Burial will follow at Riverside Cemetery in Losantville. Visitation will be from 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service on Friday at the funeral home. Military honors will be conducted by contingents from the Hagerstown American Legion and US Army. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Hagerstown American Legion or the American Heart Association. You may express condolences or share a memory of James at www.hinsey-brown.com.

Posted online on October 13, 2021

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Bonnie Cavender - Troy, 80

Oct. 14, 2021

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Bradley Shiveley - West Milton, 48

Oct. 13, 2021

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Monty Parson - West Milton, 74

Oct. 13, 2021

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Barbara Miller - formerly of Miami County, 81

Oct. 13, 2021

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Marvin Wieser - Tipp City, 85

Oct. 8, 2021

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Benjamin Scherger - formerly of Piqua, 39

Oct. 2, 2021

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Lee Lewis Sr. - West Milton, 71

Oct. 6, 2021

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Stacey Garner - Bradford, 48

Oct. 6, 2021

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Janet "Jan" Higginbotham - Tipp City, 67

Oct. 11, 2021

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Edward “Mike” Benkert - Troy, formerly of Piqua, 79 

Oct. 10, 2021

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Miriam Erbaugh - Bradford, 95

Oct. 10, 2021

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John Sayers - Tipp City, 55

Oct. 10, 2021

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Sean Stewart-Goudy - Troy, 35

Oct. 10, 2021

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Gregory Sealock - Tipp City, 68

Oct. 10, 2021

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Alan Williams - Tipp City, 91

Oct. 10, 2021

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Thomas "Tom" Efeney - Piqua, 62

Oct. 10, 2021

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Tanya Kiser - Piqua, 51

Oct. 10, 2021

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Jo Ann Asher - Piqua, 88

Oct. 10, 2021

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Wanda Barbee - Conover, 94

Oct. 6, 2021

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Doranna Storms - Troy, 47

Oct. 9, 2021

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Gerald Hackett - Troy, 82

Oct. 9, 2021

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Howard Cooper - Troy, 94

Oct. 8, 2021

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Ruth Fine - Bradford, 84

Oct. 7, 2021

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Ruth Cade - Piqua, 77

Oct. 7, 2021

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Patti Cremeans - Troy, 69

Oct. 6, 2021

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Timmy "Tim" Trapp, Sr. - Piqua, 58

Oct. 6, 2021

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Ruby Fenstermaker -Bradford, 95

Oct. 5, 2021

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Rita Lutz - Piqua, 62

Oct. 4, 2021

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Mary Jane Shoe - Troy, 79

Oct. 4, 2021

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Patricia “Pat” Hubbard - Bradford, 91

Oct. 4, 2021

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Ralph Reynolds - West Milton, formerly of Troy, 69

Oct. 4, 2021

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Randy Meed - Piqua, 61

Oct. 3, 2021

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Bertha WhitfieldWHITFIELD, Bertha (Clouse), age 79 of Dayton, OH, passed away Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Bertha was born January 12, 1931 in Sparta, TN, daughter of the late Alonzo and Fannie (Farley) Clouse. During the 1950’s, Bertha was employed with Sunshine Biscuit Co. and International Envelope Co.

Mrs. Whitfield is survived by her daughter, Rhonda (Gary) Pierce of Farmersville, OH; son, Lynne Whitfield of Vandalia, OH; 5 grandchildren, Cheri and Cheyenne Whitfield, Kristie, Andrew and Samuel Lenox; great-granddaughter, Courtney Neeley; 2 sisters, Pearl (William) Findley of Orlando, FL and Marie (Johnny) Smith of Hillsboro, OH; 3 brothers, Roy (Pansy) Clouse of Rickman, TN, Wayman (Reva) Clouse of Cookville, TN and Basil (Jerry) Clouse of Chatanooga, TN; former husband, Kenneth Whitfield; many other loving family members and friends. She was preceded in death by 2 infant children, Christopher and Michelle Whitfield; 2 sisters, Velma Raby and Jewell Keller; 2 brothers, Fred and Edward Clouse.

A Funeral Liturgy will be held 9 AM Saturday, July 17, 2010 at Baker-Hazel & Snider Funeral Home & Crematory, 5555 Philadelphia Dr. at N. Main St., Dayton, OH 45415, Fr. Frank Keferel celebrant. Interment Calvary Cemetery. The family will receive visitors 5-7 PM Friday, July 16, 2010 at the funeral home.

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Jerald D. Boyer

Alexander Newburgh Chapel

Jerald D. Boyer

Newburgh - Jerald Derrall Boyer, 88, of Evansville, passed away on Tuesday, October 12, 2021. He was the first son of Elvin Oral and Anna Elizabeth Koch Boyer, born in Evansville on February 23, 1933. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Joan Audrey Clark Boyer (married in 1952), and grandson, Robert Barnette. Jerald and Joan celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on September 20, 2002.

He is survived by his wife, Iris Williams, (married in 2011), and his children: Pamela (Mark) Johnson, Karen Barnette, Beverly Whobrey, and Darrell (Sheila) Boyer, his brothers: Jack (Patti) Boyer, and James David Boyer.

He is survived by seven grandchildren: Tracey Ferrara, Stacey Nalley, Stephanie Dash, Kristin Jones, Sheena Roccia, Jennifer Boyer, and Austin Johnson. There are twelve greatgrandchildren, and two greatgreat grandchildren. There are 2 step-children, Lory White, and Jeffery Williams, 6 stepgrandchildren, and 7 stepgreatgreatgrandchildren.

Jerald was a recipient of a liver transplant in 2002, returning six months later to pastor Yankeetown United Methodist Church. His Baptist ordination was in 1956, and his ordination in the United Methodist Church was in 1984. He pastored the following churches: Fairview Baptist in Bluff City, Kentucky, and in Indiana: Richland City Baptist, Taylorsville UCC, Cynthiana UCC, Hickory Grove UCC in Delphi, Tennyson Garrison Chapel, Fletcher Chapel UMC, Lynnville and Spurgeon UMC, Pfrimmer's Chapel UMC in Corydon, Epworth UMC in Newburgh, Sellersburg UMC, Huntingburg UMC, Edgewood UMC in Indianapolis, and Yankeetown UMC. At his retirement in 2016, Jerald had served the ministry for 62 years.

His church service included: United Methodist Church Board for Local full and part-time pastors, outdoor ministries, camp director and counselor, Screen and Strategy Committee, Chairman of Growth and Evangelism, Chairman of the Church Building and Location Committee, and Spiritual Director for the Walk to Emmaus. His service also included numerous mission projects including work on the Navajo Reservation, Smile Mission, and St. John's Island Mission in North Carolina.

He graduated from Boonville High School, received is BA in English from Oakland City College, his Masters of Divinity from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, with graduate work in counseling from the University of Evansville and Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

Jerald taught English at Yeoman Elementary School, Delphi, Indiana, and English at Owensville Elementary-Junior High School, and English at North Posey Junior-Senior High School in Poseyville, Indiana.

He was born into a family of electricians. As a Master Electrician he was last employed by Robert E. Green, involved in the construction of several Executive Inn Hotels in Evansville, Vincennes, and Owensboro. He spent 25 years in construction, including the building two churches and parsonages.

Jerald was a member of the Navy Reserve for eight years, serving in the Korean Conflict as a member of the Navy Sea Bees. His specialty was the repair of gyro compasses on Navy ships. He was a member of the 2019 Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

He was a 50 plus year member of the Cynthiana Masonic Lodge, serving as Worshipful Master, and a member of the Indiana Grand Masonic Lodge, where he was a Grand Chaplin. He was a member of the Scottish Rite, and Cynthiana Eastern Star, where he served as Worthy Patron.

His hobbies included piloting his Cessna airplane, traveling on his Honda Golden Wing, fishing, golfing, semi-pro boxing in his younger years, communicating with people around the world on his CB radio, and wintering in Florida.

Jerald was an extraordinary man. Living life to the fullest, with service to God above all.

A service of life will be held 10:00 a.m., Friday, October 15, 2021 at Epworth United Methodist Church, 4455 Epworth Road, Newburgh, Indiana, officiated by Rev. Steve Seitz, with burial in the Masonic Garden at Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Evansville. A livestream of the service will be available at https://youtu.be/HMtAk-qHdiI. A veteran service will be performed graveside by Kapperman Post #44. Friends may visit 3:00 to 7:00 p.m., Thursday October 14 at Alexander Newburgh Chapel, 5333 State Road 261 and Friday from 9:00 a.m. until service time at the church. There will be a Masonic Service by Cynthiana Lodge #110, Thursday 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, gifts to honor his memory may be made to Mission Work of your choice or Deaconess Hospice. Jerald asked that everyone consider organ donations.

Condolences may be made online at www.AlexanderNewburghChapel.com.

Posted online on October 13, 2021

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Zach Hollingsworth Death – Obituary News : USMC Captain Zach Hollingsworth of Dayton Ohio has died .

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Zach was a great guy, a great Marine and a hell of a whiskey founder. We are so thankful for his support of Stop22 TOUR …our prayers and condolences are with everyone.

Keith Wightman
Great sadness in my heart. Prayers to his family. Only God knows why.

Andrew Hilferty
One of the best Marines I have ever had the honor to serve with, he was not only a brother but he a great leader and mentor, Semper Fi brother

Mitch Ahlers
One of the very best fire direction officer I ever got to work with. The 7 months in Afghanistan day in and day out watching the way he attacked the gym or the way he meticulously tracked and recorded every calorie he took in. As a young man he showed me what hard work and paying attention to the little things was really about. Semper Fi. Until Valhalla.

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Ohio Obituaries

The Midwest may have a slight reputation for lagging behind the rest of the country as technology advances, but they're actually pretty darn technologically adept when it comes to the specific case of the digitization of information in the public record.

Often, when trying to establish a genealogical history for a person or family, records from births and deaths are needed throughout different areas of the country. Unless the death took place in the last 15 to 20 years, it can become very difficult to find published information. Often, the data is not openly available on the Internet, and it is, in fact, contained within an actual newspaper or microfilm that would require a person to see in order to verify its existence or get any information from it.

Resources within the state of Ohio have devoted substantial effort into entering death and obituary records into a system that is searchable from the Internet through the official government website, Ohio.gov. While it is not a perfect or complete index, there are more than 3 million records that have been indexed from just one of many locations working on the project. There is a good chance that someone who is searching for information in Ohio could skip past all of the trips to different county libraries and complete a search through one of the websites that offers indexes or full-text copies.

The Ohio Obituary Index began as a project for areas close to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library. Eventually, libraries from throughout the state began contributing material to the project and created a massive index of more than 3,000,000 different announcements that consist mainly of obituaries.

While you cannot look up the text of the entire document through the index, the information is searchable from the Rutherford B Hayes Presidential Library website. It only requires one set of information to be plugged in to get to the results, and it will point you in the immediate direction of not only the publication but the date that it was published and the page that it is housed on. More than 60 libraries participate in the project, and they span areas throughout the entire state.

What's more interesting about the Ohio Obituary Index is that it actually cross references different sources and allows one obituary listing to pull information from different locations if the information exists. It also encompasses country death records and certificates that are available. It could be possible to find out about a previously unmentioned child who died at birth nearly 100 years ago because the information provided in the database implements criterion from many different sources.

The Dayton Metro Library has a similar index that is housed just within its own system and only includes papers that have been been published in and around the area. Though not yet complete, the database is searchable and includes thousands of different records on obituaries and death records.

If you know that the person passed away in this area, but you are unable to uncover the obituary, it may not have been indexed yet. It's best, at that time, to either call the library or head over with the information that you have in order to determine if your record can be found.

Cleveland, on the other hand, is one of the few places in Ohio to offer not only an index of obituaries, but also the text of the obituary through a localized search engine. By searching the name of the deceased, all records that match that name will populate into the search window. The record can then be saved for your purposes or ordered in hard copy.

The records in the Cleveland Public Library Necrology file cover three major area papers from the later 1800s to 1975. For records from several newspapers and magazines that begin after 1975, an index is available, but not the whole text of the newspapers. The Cleveland News Index will tell you where the information was published so that it can be tracked down. Though it's not as convenient as the methods for finding the previous century's worth of Cleveland-related data, the newer the obituary, the more likely it is to have a copy posted elsewhere on the Internet without needing to hunt it down in person.

If you have gone through every channel that you can think of including local newspapers as well as the library and still not had any luck, you may not have the correct information. Overtime, families forget and details get changed by accident, and that makes it harder to find accurate records. The next alternative would be to start from the beginning with the death certificate of the person in question.

Ohio has a searchable database for death records. The information only spans the beginning of the 20th century until the mid-1940s, but it does cover thousands of records of deaths in the state.

Finally, if you really want to see what the original paper looked like, but you don't have the time to hunt down a photocopy from the library that is holding it, you may be in luck. If it's a record from the late 19th or early 20th century, there is a good chance that it can be found through the Ohio Memory Project.

Organizers have digitized newspapers from across the state in conjunction with a project from the Library of Congress. If you know the paper and the publication date of the obituary you are looking for, you might just find a searchable document contained in these easily accessible archives that lets you check the information right on the Internet and verify immediately. All of the newspapers are uploaded as tagged image files that allow zooming, scrolling and printing in some cases.

Ohio makes records from throughout the state accessible in ways that many other states are decades way from. If you think your family member died in Ohio, there are many different ways to find the information without even leaving your desk chair. If those don't yield results, head to the local library and see what you can find.

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