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11 Feb 1999

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11 Feb 1999

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Sunday Register (Newspaper) - February 11, 1999, Sandusky, Ohio \ obituaries k Manohara Gupta . Vincent Erney or. Gupta Huron a Manohara Gupta ., 53, 3220 country club Lane Huron died tuesday feb. 9,1999, at Providence Hospital Sandusky after a Long illness. He was born june 28, 1945, in Maraga Nakente India. He graduated from Bangalore medical College Bangalore India in 1970, had a rotating internship at St. Johns Hospital of Cleveland from 1972-73, where he performed general practice residency from 1973-74. He had an internal Medicine residency at medical College of Ohio from 1974-76, where he also had a cardiology Fellowship from 1976-78. He was certified by the american Board of internal Medicine in 1977, became a Diplomat in the sub specially of cardiovascular diseases in 1984, was a member of the american College of physicians since 1978 and joined the medical staff of Providence Hospital Sandusky in 1978. He was medical staff president in 1991-92, vice president of the medical staff in 1989-90 medical staff Secretary treasurer in 1987-88 and was chairman of the department of Medicine and chief of division of cardiology. He served on several medical staff committees including the emergency services committee utilization review committee Miccu committee pharmacy and therapeutics committee Ccu pc committee Quality Assurance committee transfusion committee and code Blue committee and was physician advisor to utilization review. He was involved in various clinical studies including phase Iii clinical study of the Meta my rate responsive pacemaker of which he was principal investigator. He served on Providence Hospital Board of trustees and was a member of the finance committee and the professional affairs committee of the Board. In 1994, he was honoured by his Hometown on a trip to India. At that time he announced the establishment of a regional Hospital in the Village As a gift to family and friends which will be named . Manohara regional Hospital. He is survived by his wife Margo Lee Gupta whom he married sept. 16,1978 one daughter Kristen Elizabeth at Home his father p. Ramaiah of Bangalore five Brothers . Anand . Pandu . Lakshminaray Izhaiah . Sudhakar and . Jayakumar All of Bangalore and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his Mother p. Gowramma. Friends May Call from 5-8 . Friday at Groff funeral Home 1607 e. Perkins ave., Sandusky where memorial services will be conducted by a hindu priest 11 . Saturday. Inu rement will be in Meadow Green cemetery. Memorial contributions May be to american diabetes association or to Ravindra heart Center at Providence Hospital Sandusky. Louis Capucini Fremont a Louis Leo Capucini 60,116 Springbrook drive Fremont died tuesday feb. 9,1999, at Home. He was born sept. 7,1938, in Sandusky and was a 1956 graduate of Clyde High school. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Clyde Moose Iab club and Sandusky fraternal order of police and was past president of Lake Erie charter boat Captain association. He had been a police Academy instructor at Terra Community College since 1976 and was employed by the Fremont police department from april 1,1969, until retiring sept. 1,1989. Before that he was with the Clyde police department and was an Emta for Roosen Fiser and Goebel ambulance companies. He is survived by his wife Margaret Ann Bowes Capucini one son. Joseph c. Capucini of Toledo one daughter Trina r. Whitaker of Clyde one granddaughter and one brother James d. Capucini of Fremont. He was preceded in death by his parents Leo a. Capucini and Thelma m. Farrar Capucini one brother and one sister. Friends May Call from 2-4 and 7-9 . Friday at Keller Ochs Koch funeral Home 416 s. Arch St., Fremont where an Fop service will be 7 . Followed by a Rosary service at 8 30 . Services will be 10 30 . Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Memorial contributions May be to the american heart association american diabetes association or St. Jude a children a Hospital. Lina Milner Sandusky a Lina l. Milner 95,4002 Galloway Road Sandusky died wednesday evening feb. 10,1999, in Providence Hospital Sandusky after a Brief illness. Survivors and arrangements will be announced by Groff funeral Home Sandusky. Arneita Meyer Monroeville Arneita g. Boehler Meyer 69,11 n. Ridge St., Monroeville died wednesday evening feb. 10,1999, in Providence Hospital Sandusky after a Long illness. She was born in Michigan lived Post of her life in Monroeville and yrs a 1947 graduate of Monroeville Public schools. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the former altar Rosary society of Monroeville and vow ladies auxiliary of Norwalk. She enjoyed quilting and crocheting. She is survived by her husband Elmer Meyer three sons Ronald Meyer of Greenville s.c., Jerold Meyer of Monroeville and Alan Meyer of Bellevue one daughter Sally Callieoatte of Swanton Ohio her Mother Gertrude Boehler of Norwalk one brother Richard Boehler of North fort Myers Fla. Three Sisters Dorothy Truman of Bucyrus Ohio Shirley Brown of Nevada Ohio and Jean Fitzgerald of Monroeville eight grandchildren one great grandchild and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Harold Boehler. Friends May Call from 5-9 . Friday in jump funeral Home 109 Monroe St., Monroeville where a Christian Wake service will be 8 30 . Friday. Services will be 10 30 . Saturday in St. Joseph Catholic Church Monroeville with the Rev. Lawrence Scharf officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery Monroeville. Memorial contributions May be to St. Joseph school endowment fund or St. Joseph Church. Thomas Gilbert los Angeles Thomas c. Gilbert 44,4049 Bourne Road los Angeles died monday feb. 8,1999, after a Long bout with cancer. He was born aug. 19, 1954, in Bellevue where he attended Bellevue High school. He was a maintenance worker for a condominium association in los Angeles. He is survived by his wife Cora Westbrook whom he married in August 1993 two daughters Felicia Gilbert and Claudia Gilbert of Feell Evue one son Quentin Gilbert of Clyde his Mother Dawn Gilbert of Bellevue two Sisters Terri Gilbert of St. Louis mo., and Denise Martinez of Clyde one brother Mark Gilbert of Toledo one aunt one Niece and one Nephew. He was preceded in death by his father Mark Gilbert one sister in infancy grandparents and one Uncle. Memorial services will be in los Angeles. Cremation will take place. Memorial contributions May be to the american cancer society. Simpsons mortuary California is in charge of arrangements. Curtis Hogue Sandusky a Curtis m. Hogue 78, Ohio veterans Home Sandusky and Omerly of Cincinnati died tuesday evening feb. 9,1999, in Providence Spital Sandusky after a Brief illness. Survivors and funeral arrangements will be announced by Toft funeral it me amp crematory Sandusky. Emma Harris sandusky7 a Emma Harris 77,1127 e. Parish St., Sandusky died Les Day evening feb. 9,1999, at Providence St. Joseph medical Center Bur no calif., after a Long illness. Survivors and arrangements will be announced by Toft funeral Home amp amatory Sandusky. Sandusky Vincent Peter Erney sr., 95, formerly of 215 e. Shoreline drive Sandusky died wednesday afternoon feb. 10,1999, at fire lands Community Hospital Sandusky after a Brief illness. He was born july 22, 1903, in Sandusky. He retired from Sandusky baking co. In 1965, and had worked for the a amp s baking co. He was a member of St. Mary a Catholic Church Sandusky. He is survived by two daughters Elizabeth Erney Ruff and Carolyn Erney Shafer both of Sandusky one son Vincent Erney or. Of Sandusky 11 grandchildren eight great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Erney he was preceded in death by his first wife Bernice Mcgory Erney his second wife Rose Mears Erney two sons Eugene Erney in 1938 and James Erney in 1931 his parents Benjamin and Caroline Waldeisen Erney one brother Rol land Erney two Sisters Arlene Erney and sister Mary Christine Selma Erney and one great grandson. Memorial services will be 10 . Friday at St. Mary a Catholic Church 429 Central ave., Sandusky with the Rev. Dennis Walsh officiating. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery Sandusky. Memorial contributions May be to St. Mary a school endowment fund or St. Jude children a research Hospital . Box 1818, Memphis to 38101. Groff funeral Home Sandusky is in charge of arrangements. Jacque Gerold Sandusky Jacque p. A a Jack Gerold 71, of Sandusky died Early tuesday afternoon feb. 9,1999, at St. Vincent mercy medical Center Toledo after a Brief illness. He was born july 27,1927, in Sandusky and was a 1945 graduate of Sandusky High school. He was a Veteran of the . Army during world War ii worked for Philco corp. And retired from Ford motor co., Sandusky where he worked 28 years. He was a member of american legion Post 83, Law local 1216, and was a life member of am vets Post 17 and vow Post 2529. He is survived by one daughter Jacqueline l. Miller of Huron one Stepson Robert Fifield of Castalia two stepdaughters mrs. Dave Denise Carter of Walkersville md., and mrs. Bobby Joe Debbera Dick of Castalia six step grandchild Dren two Ste great grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Marvin Beverly Scherz of Clyde and mrs. Dan Iris Mezla and mrs. Fran Marilyn a a Maisie Skrinak both of Marblehead two Brothers Dale and Larry Gerold both of Sandusky and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife Patricia k. Alley Gerold in 1989 his parents Herbert and Lena Goeltz Gerold one brother and one sister both in infancy. Friends May Call from 2-4 and 7-9 . Today at David f. Koch funeral Home 520 Columbus ave., Sandusky where vow Post 2529 will conduct services at 7 30 . Services will be 11 . Friday at the funeral Home with the Rev. John Mawhirter of Zion lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery Sandusky. Memorial contributions May be to the salvation army 1031 Tiffin ave., Sandusky of 44870 or the donors favorite Charity. Mildred Owens Bellevue Mildred Thomas Owens 82,13273 e. Thompson township Road 178, Bellevue died tuesday feb. 9,1999, at the Bellevue Hospital Bellevue after a Brief illness. She was born sept. 4, 1916, in Stanton by. She had been employed at the former new departure Hyatt division of general motors corp., Sandusky. She is survived by one son Charles o. Owens of Bellevue three grandsons Daniel r. Owens of Bellevue and Paul w. Owens and Shawn m. Owens both of Clyde and four great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Paul o. Owens her parents James t. Adams and Mary j. Yocum Adams and one brother Winfield Adams. There will be no visitation. Private services and burial will be at a later Date. Memorial contributions May be to hospice of memorial Hospital 430 s. Main St., Clyde of 43410. Foos amp son funeral Home Bellevue is in charge of arrangements. Shirley Hodgkinson Sandusky Shirley a. Powell Stevens Hodgkinson 55, 603 w. Osborne St., Sandusky died wednesday afternoon feb. 10, 1999, in Providence Hospital Sandusky after a Long illness. She was born aug. 11, 1943, in Sandusky and was a 1961 Grad uate of mar Hodgkinson Garetta High school Castalia. She was employed for 14 years As an escrow officer at Midland title in Sandusky and was a former bartender for Riverview lanes. She was a member of Calvary episcopal Church the Grange since 1970, the 600 Bowling club the Sandusky women a Bowling association where she was the former treasurer and an auxiliary member of eagles aerie 444. She is survived by her husband Richard r. Hodgkinson one daughter Tracy a. Harris of Sandusky four sons Chad w. Stevens James Hodgkinson Carl Hodgkinson and William Hodgkinson All of Sandusky her Stepmother Mary Toots Dye of Sandusky two granddaughters two Sisters Beth a. Melville of Huron and Patricia a. Mckenzie of Norwalk two Brothers Kenneth l. Powell or. And John w. Powell both of Sandusky three aunts and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Kenneth l. Powell or. In 1983, and her Mother Marjorie Motry Powell Speer in 1991 and her maternal and paternal grandparents. Friends May Call from 6-8 . Friday at Groff funeral Home 1607 e. Perkins ave., Sandusky. Friends May also Call from 10 . Saturday until services at 11 . In Calvary episcopal Church first and Meigs streets Sandusky. The Rev. Robert Herkner will officiate. Burial will be in rest Awn memorial Park Huron. Memorial contributions May be to the humane society of Erie county 1911 Superior St., Sandusky or to the american kidney foundation. Rudolph Gerten Norwalk a Rudolph a. A a Rudy Gerten 79, Norwalk died this morning feb. 11,1999, in Gaymont nursing Center Norwalk. Survivors and arrangements will be announced by Kubach Smith funeral Home Norwalk. Berlin Milan conservation project paying off for schools improvement the District has saved by Karen Mork staff writer last february $513,000 in Energy conservation improvement Bonds were issued to Berlin Milan school District to finance Energy conservation improvements. School districts pay off these Bonds with the savings generated by the improvements. Projects completed included approximately 20 percent in kilowatt hours with the actual Dollar savings being 24 percent. It is estimated the annual savings will be $48,397. Lab module donated Listeon Sandusky plastics and Mathews Ford Lincoln Mercury worked together to add a new plastics work projects completed included station in the applied technology lab install Ion of Energy efficient bulbs a Middle school and ballasts in All Light fixtures the Cost of initiating the works la improving and updating boiler controls and operations window replacements lighting controls insulation and pump and compressor replacements. When comparing the september january period of this school year with the same period last year before Tion was $5,000. This will become the 13th and final module in the Middle school program which is a required course for All eighth graders. Next meeting the next regular Board meeting will be at 7 30 . March 10 at Edison High school. Weather i local tonight becoming Cloudy with showers developing thunderstorms Are also possible. Windy with a Low near 50. South wind 20 to 30 mph and Gusty. Chance of rain 80 percent. Friday Windy with morning rain showers changing to scattered afternoon Snow showers. The temperature falling into the 30s. Chance of precipitation 80 percent. Extended Friday night scattered Snow showers. Low 15 to 20. Saturday Snow flurries. High in the 20s. Sunday fair. Low 15 to 20. High near 40. Monday fair. Low around 30. High 40 to 45. Data 24 hour High 70 1932 24 hour Low. Minus 11 1885 Sunset tonight 6 02 . Sunrise tomorrow7 28 . Lake High 2.5 Lake low1.9 Lake average2.2 Lake Erie tonight Southwest wind to 30 knots. Showers Likely mainly West along with a Chance of thunderstorms. Waves in ice free areas 4 to 6 feet. Friday rain showers Early along with a Chance of thunderstorms. Rain showers changing to Snow showers in the afternoon. Southwest wind to 30 knots turning West. Waves in ice free areas 4 to 6 feet. Nation cold air was funnelling into the Plains Early today As powerful thunderstorms lumbered toward the great lakes and More rain and Snow took at the Northwest. Cloudy skies were spreading from the Tennessee Valley to the Carolinas. The hot spot wednesday in the lower 48 states was Laredo Texas with a High of 87 degrees. The coldest place was Burns ore., with a Low of 11 below Zero. Fruit truck tips in median closes stretch of Ohio 2 Vermilion twp. A tractor trailer carrying tons of fruit tipped Over on Ohio 2 near Vermilion wednesday night closing the Road for about two hours a dispatcher from the Sandusky Post of the Ohio state Highway patrol said. William Williams 55, of new York state was driving West on Ohio 2 near Coen Road in a 1997 freight liner tractor trailer when he drove off the left Side of the Road Vermilion councilman Vermilion a Vermilion City councilman has pleaded not guilty to charges of speeding and driving under the influence. Joseph Starr 33, 3000 Block of Roanoke drive Vermilion and a councilman for the 5th Ward was arrested Friday night on Liberty Avenue for allegedly driving 50 Miles hour in a 35-mile--hour zone the Vermilion police department reported. And into the median the dispatcher said. Williams got the Rig Back onto the Road but then ran into the median again where it flipped and come to rest on its left Side. Traffic was detoured for nearly two hours while the truck was righted a dispatcher said this morning. Williams was not injured. He was cited for failure to control a motor vehicle the dispatcher said. Dui hearing March 2 Starr was stopped by an officer who registered the Speed with a radar gun. Starr failed a Field sobriety test was arrested and was taken to the police station where he refused to take a breathalyzer test the report said. His lawyer Frank Giamboi entered the pleas on his behalf tuesday in Vermilion municipal court where a pretrial hearing is set for 10 45 . March 2. A almanac a a births fire lands a Kristin and Brenton Slater Sandusky son. A Heather l. And David e. Saxer jr., Vickery son. Providence a Jeannette Siddell and Mark Johnson Sandusky daughter. A Carey Smith and Benjie Graves Sandusky daughter. A Deborah j. Troxel and David a. Dorobek 738 n. Stone St., Fremont son. Fisher Titus a Cheryl and Eric Everman Norwalk daughter. A Tina Hale Greenwich daughter. A Shelley and Ronald Hiler Attica daughter. A Christy Weidinger and James taunt Norwalk daughter. Romantic night out Valentine package limited indoor Pool amp poolside Jacuzzi a deluxe accommodations Hob esp a breakfast bar checkout 2 pm s49.00 wad deluxe package above with full bottle Champagne two breakfast specials and dinner for two at four monks restaurant amp lounge $75.00 wad just n. Of Tok. Exit 7 a it. 250, Avery Milan 11303 Milan re. A 419-499-4347 valid to 2-28-99 1 a bring your Valentine to our open House on sunday february 14th 1 00 4 00 . Come earlier and enjoy the Cal sweetheart breakfast Buffet being served Between 9 00 11 30 . At $5.00 person Orth Shore retirement Community 9400 North Shore blvd. Lakeside Marblehead of 43440

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