Olive Seevers Albright
Olive Seevers Albright, 93, a
former resident of 402 Washington
St., died at 10:20 p.m. Wednesday (April 14, 1993) in The Arbors at Marietta.
She was born Feb. 6, 1900, in Washington County to Lafayette and Adda Swords
Seevers. She had operated a beauty shop on Seventh Street for a number of years and
had previously operated a shop at Pittsburgh,
Pa. She was a member of First Baptist
Church, Four Square Bible
Class, Baptist Women’s Association and Marietta Senior Citizens. A 50-year member
and past noble grand of J.E. McCoy Rebekah Lodge 230 at Marietta, her membership was later
transferred to Beverly Rebekah Lodge 757. She also was a member and past
president of Buell Relief Corp. 70.
She married Walter Albright on June 27, 1923. He preceded
her in death.
Mrs. Albright is survived by
several cousins, including Delmar Seevers of Springfield and Gladys Seevers of Marietta.
will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday
in McClure-Schafer Funeral Home with the Rev. Clifford Nuss officiating. Burial
will be in Gravel
Friends may call at the funeral home from noon
today until the hour of the services.
Geraldine Yvonne Alloway
St. Marys Leader
Geraldine Yvonne Alloway, 68, of
Rt. 3, New Matamoras, died Oct 14 at Marietta
She was born in Paden City
to the late Charles Howard and Arlie Fox Minger. She was a housewife and a
member of Center Valley Baptist
Surviving are her husband of 47
years, Marion Eugene Alloway; and one nephew, Floyd Leasure Jr. of Jacksboro, Tenn.
She was preceded in death by
three brothers, Lawrence Minger, Marvin Minger and Charles Minger; four
sisters, Maxine Minger, Margaret Minger, Madeline Beagle and Gertrude Leasure.
will be at 11 a.m. Saturday
at Hadley Funeral Home in New Matamoras with the
Georgia F. Allen
Georgia F. Allen, 80, of 200 W. Spring
died at 3:50 p.m. Sunday,
(Feb. 16, 2003) at Selby General Hospital.
She was born July 14, 1922, at Fly to
George Otto and Mary Koher Raper. She was a member of Boaz Baptist
Church and had been a
sales woman for more Allen than 10 years with Avon Products.
She is survived by her husband,
Duane E. Allen of Marietta; four daughters, Sharon K. Reed and her husband,
Eddie, of Ashland, Ky., Glennalee Ersch of Marietta, Mary Frances Rumpf and her
husband, Dennis, of Charlotte, N.C., and Melanie Sue Becker and her husband,
Jeff, of Marietta; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grand children; and two
sisters, Mary Lou Morris of Marietta and Peggy Glaze and her husband, Charles,
of Vienna, Va.
She was preceded in death by her
parents; her first husband, Glen Warren Mossburg; two brothers, Homer and
Kenneth Raper; two sisters, Nell Wilson and Jane Raper; and one great-
are at 2 p.m. Thursday at
Hadley Funeral Home, Reno Chapel, with Pastor Bob Alfred officiating. Burial
will be in East Lawn Memorial Park.
The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home’s Reno Chapel.
Mrs. Charles Allison
Graveside services for Mrs.
Catharine Allison, 103, former resident of Newport, will be at 12:30 p.m. Monday in Newport Cemetery.
Mrs. Allison died this morning at her home at 665 S. Cassingham Rd., Columbus.
She was married to Charles
Allison who preceded her in death. Two daughters survive, Miss Marie Allison
and Miss Laura Allison both of the home. There is one grand daughter, Mary
Catharine Bummer of Pittsburgh,
Pa., and three great-
grandchildren. One brother Arthur Hackathorn of Pittsburgh survives.
will be at 9a.m. Monday at
the 0. R. Woodyard Company Chapel in Columbus
with Dr. William Montgomery officiating.
Mrs. Mildred Amlin
December 23, 1977
COLUMBUS— Mildred Amlin, formerly
of Marietta, died yesterday afternoon in Mount Carmel Hospital in Columbus
following a short illness. She was born in Washington County
on Jan. 11, 1907,
the daughter of the late Harry and Grace Felter. She was married to Alfred. L.
“Sam” Amlin who preceded her in death.
Survivors include, two sisters,
Margaret Reynolds of Deucher and Helena Reynolds of Lowell, a son by a previous
marriage, Lee Kelser, and three stepdaughters, Mrs. C.K. Smith of Columbus,
Mrs. Jack Kenney of West Millord, N.J., and Mrs. Glenn Mellor of Marietta.
One sister and a daughter
preceded her in death.
Mrs. Amlin made her home in Columbus since 1939.
General services will be at 1 p.m.
Tuesday at McClure-Schafer Funeral
and burial will be at Newport
Cemetery. Friends may
call from Saturday evening until the hour of service.
Nancy Catherine Amos
DAYTON — Nancy Catherine Amos, 85, of Dayton died at 8:15 p.m. Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Marietta Memorial Hospital.
She was born Oct. 15, 1916, in New
Matamoras to Robert and Arilla Wilson Amos. She was a graduate of Stover High
School and attended Marietta College.
She graduated from The Ohio State University in 1939 with a bachelor’s degree
in business. She had a career as a buyer for Rikes-Kumbler Department Store,
traveling to many European countries, Japan and Mexico for her
job and after her retirement. She was active in Dayton Women’s Club, Ohio State
Alumni, and Chi Omega Sorority. She had made her home in Dayton for more than 40 years. She was a
member of Westminster Presbyterian Church at Dayton.
She is survived by one nephew,
Don Amos of New Matamoras; six nieces, Helen Amos of Summerfield, Ruth Heiney
of New Matamoras, Marilyn Wildes of Midland, Mich., Catherine Perrill of South
Windsor, Conn., and Debbie Amos and Katie Amos, both of Miamisburg, Ohio; six
great- nephews; five great-nieces; and several great-great-nephews and
She was preceded in death by her
parents; three brothers, Arch, J. Lawrence and Robert Amos; two sisters,
Elizabeth and Helen Amos; and two nephews, Robert and Jack Amos.
are at 2p.m. Tuesday at
Hadley Funeral Home, New Matamoras. Burial is in New Matamoras
Cemetery. The family will
receive friends from noon
until time for the services Tuesday at the funeral home.