Xenia Gazette News Current in Xenia, Ohio 19 Feb 2009
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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 19, 2009, Xenia, Ohio
6a thursday february 19, 2009record Greene county dailies fire dept. Deaths in the news obituaries Fairborn fire department Call types summary for the month of january 2009. A choking 2 a Chest pain 26 a car fire 1 a diabetic emergency 2 a difficulty breathing 55 a dumpster fire 1 a extrication 2 a fire alarm investigation 23 a flooding broken pipes 3 a fuel spill 2 a Gas leak inside 5 a Gas leak outside 1 a illness 140 a injury 97 a investigation 19 a known cardiac arrest 2 a Mutual Aid engine 3 a Mutual Aid medic 8 a maternity 4 a out fire investigation 3 a Over dose 9 a personal injury Accident 24 a service Call engine 12 a service Call medic 20 a seizure 5 a Structure fire 10 a stroked 3 a unconscious 14 a unknown Type problem 5 a Tota Calls 512 a significant incidents a Jan. 1 1503 n. Broad St. Structure fire $5000.00 a Jan. 6 City and twp. Numerous crashed due to icy roads a Jan. 7 3813 Beaco View Structure fire $70,000.00 a Jan. 9 1102 Columbia Structure fire $1,000.00 a Jan. 9 2195 Rockwell Structure fire $1,000.00 a Jan. 14 i-675 @ mile Marker 19 motor veh icle Accident with entrapment s multiple victim and transports police blotter Fairborn police blotter monday february 16 12 06 a in. -1500 Block of Miami Avenue criminal damaging 1 50a.m.-ooo Block of e. Dayton yellow Springs Road disorderly conduct 3 24 . -1700 Block of Adin place theft sunday february 15 sir Bernard Ashley London apr sir Bernard Ashley who teamed up with his wife to build the Laura Ashley fashion and Home furnishing Brand into a global business has died. He was 82. Ashley died saturday at his Home in the Elan Valley in Wales his family said monday. Tile cause of death was not announced. Ashley had the business brain that propelled his wife s flair for nostalgic designs into a thriving business. He married Laura Mountney in 1949. Inspired by a trip to Italy in 1953, Laura designed some headscarves. The couple who had invested to pounds in a screen dyes and linens made the scarves in their apartment and found a ready Market. They gradually built up the business by the time Laura Ashley died in 1985, the group had 220 shops in 12 countries. Ashley retired As chairman of Laura Ashley holdings in 1993, but remained a Board member until 1998. Mui group of Malaysia gained control of the company in 1998, and it sold the North american stores the following year. The Ashley family Cut its connections to the company in 2001. I Amie Wellson los Angeles apr legendary big band drummer Louie Bellson who performed with such greats As Duke Ellington. Count Basie Benny Acx Xian and Oscar Peterson has died. He was 84. Bellson died saturday at Cedars Sinai medical Center in los Angeles of complications of Parkinson s disease following a broken hip in november according to his wife Francine. Bellson s career spanned More than six decades performing on More than 200 albums with jazz greats including Tommy Dorsey Harry James. Woody Herman. Sarah Vaughan Ella Fitzgerald dizzy Gillespie l Ahi is Armstrong and his late wife Pearl Bailey. Bellson wrote More than Dix compositions and arrangements in several genres including jazz swing orchestral suites symphonic works and ballets. As an author he published More than a dozen books on Drums and percussion. Bellson received the prestigious american jazz masters award from the National endowment for the arts in 1994 and was a six time grammy award nominee. His final recording Quot Louie amp Clark expedition 2&Quot with trumpeter Clark Terry was released last year. Alfred a. Knopf or. New York apr Alfred a. Knopf jr., son of publishing legends and an influential publisher in his own right has died. He was 90. Knopf died saturday of medical complications from a fall in mid january his wife Alice said. Knopf was the Only child of Alfred Knopf and Blanche Wolf Knopf giants in the Field of publishing. He left his parents company Alfred a. Knopf inc., in 1959 to co found athenaeum publishers with Simon Michael Bessie and Hiram Haydn. Cedarville High school announces Honor Roll for 2q 400 Alex Moore Kara Bennington Kelsey Winkle Aubrey Corbean Ashley Moore Abby Brown Karyn Zaage Molly Dinse Christian Mortensen Katie Bunker Anna Zavodney Betsy Elliott Sarah Mullins Rebekah Dinse Julie Zavodney Colleen Evans Sarah Myers Carrie Fawcett 3.50 Sarah Firmin Anna Porter Elisabeth Grafton Alex Belleman Holly fudge Rebecca Ragle Heather Halsey Ryan Biddinger Joshua Grafton Taylor Ryan Chloe Jervis Kyle daily Peter Heath Christen setters Taylor Kordic Jeanette Gallogly Danielle Hutchison Rahel Seybold Ryan Linnell Darren Jeffers Joel Hutchison Luke Sheridan Clarice Montecalvo Andrew Marvin Ella Kinsinger Kalie Smith Mikki Patterson Nathan Miller Kathryn Kohl Florence Tam Ashley Satchell Eli Pyles Sarah Luo Sarah Winey Madison Stewart Benny Seybold Jessica Mccoy Alison Womack Bradford Traeger Emily Sheridan Andrew Mcfarlane 3.67 Nanna Ahlgrim James trame Chad Smith Mackenzie Mcmahan Kimberly trame Joellyn Smith Natalie Montecalvo Austin Ary Billy Vine Kyle Spracklen Green View primary announces Honor Roll for 2q 1 33 Glenn at special Honor Roll Braden Baker Bryceson Knauff Katy Hilbig Dayton yellow Springs. 0vi Tyler Morris Brad Eakle Kaleb Van Horn Maddie Johnson 2 23 . Dellwood at Sillman Bryce Ratliff Frankie Fife Samantha Webster Gwen Macauley court disorderly conduct obstruct Emily Smith Grace Nolen Sheridan Westray Kiersten Martin ing official business Taylor Stinson Mason Schneider Faith Whitehead Tari Nichols 2 38 . Xenia drive at Dayton Dru Arrasmith Aleah Simpson Nicholas Bone Kyler Reed drive. 0vi, offences involving under Zach Hackney Allison Simpson Trevor Campbell Tylor Tackett age persons Leannah Hilderbrandt Madison Upchurch Nicholas Clevenger Christina Tyree 3 14 . Too Block of Sillman Wade Hoyle Zachary Young Haven Davis Paul Zurface court obstructing official business Noah Rogers Alexis Abling Ryan Ellis Dylan Sandlin 0vi Kayla Schlinkert Luke Dean Jenilyn Peyton Jeffrey Thompson 3 32 . Too Block of Diana Nicholas Shaw Owen Fisher Keith Tomlinson Jacob Bornhorst Laneer a prohibitions trespassing Cloe Snyder Abby Snavely Wade Wilson Lane Goodbar disorderly conduct Sarah Staley Jaden Mahle Austin Reagan Matthias Hammaker 11 05 .-300 Block of w. Sydney Webster Cassidy Collins tan Tamplin Danny Johnson Dayton yellow Springs Road grand Baylee Anderson Daylen Demint Carlie Wooley Cameron Jackson theft Auto Emma Caraway Kelle Hart Christian Puterbaugh Jared Sollenberger 12 57 . -1100 Block of e. Hanna Engle Kayla Hudson Jonathan Hinds Dylan Summers Dayton yellow Springs Road theft Austin Hall Hunter Mershon Anna Burkhard Jeremy Coates 1 09 .-800 Block of Madeleine Hines Kyler Paul Hannah Ferrell Colleen Curtis Princeton assault Carson Rasnic Chase Thompson Kenzie Harding Sara Givens 3 56 . 300 Block of Jaron Stoneburner Hannah Wilburn Kelsey Merriman Kassidy Hargrave Lovington drive menacing Damag Morgan Young Faith Henderson Maria Robles Tommy Hoskins ing trespassing Gavin Baise Tommy Lowe Cody Rowe Dartagnan Hovan 5 13 . -300 Block of Lily Culbreath Bryce seigfried Lane Dillon Lovington drive identity fraud Jack Nix regular Honor Roll Logan Smith Hunter grim saturday february 14 Alexandria Hansen Lissa Bottort Chase Wallace Brook Hentrich 1 01 .-1800 Block of s. Devan Hendricks Jonathan Brakeall Kaleb Finkbeiner Logan Jackson Maple Avenue Domestic violence Seth Laughhunn Conlee Holbert Jenna Kepler Cameron Killin 5 13 . 500 Block of Wayne Adam Schornak Jocelyn Minton Noah Kirk Kyle Lawson drive disorderly conduct offences Emily Snavely Kassidi Payton Faith Strickle Dylan Leeds involving underage persons Cayla Talbott Josh Robinson Seth Trisel Mason link 7 57 . -1300 Block of Kayli Vipperman Caitlin sweat Bekka Bales Ashley livers Timbe Wyck court grand theft Makenna Anderson Gabrielle Tobe Emily Butts Olivia Maxwell 1 56 . 200 Block of Palmer Madison Bailey Connor Fisher Rachael Gallagher Tyson Rasnic Domestic violence 4 48 . Parking lot 6, Nutter Center 0vi 11 49 .-Emerson and Wallace theft criminal damaging Friday february 13 3 48 . 800 Block of Pence ton Avenue burglary 9 14 . Too Block of w main Street forgery 10 59 . -100 Block of e. Dayton yellow Springs Road forgery criminal tools state farm like a Good neigh state farm is Thi Insu acc i Thor ire state farm a ent 121 Dayton Avenue Xenia of a 937-372-3863 email@example.com 1152420 Jersey Dairy #1 for family fun this week 1 mile North of yellow Springs on route 68 937-325-0629 for excellent service before and after the Sale Call or. Rogers in the neighbourhood. Stive Rogers insurance 937 871-8158 25 s. Central ave. Fairborn Steve Rogers or. James j. Yount we love the Little ones 462 n. Detroit St. A Xenia 372-9631 avoid cavities Start Check ups Early Ceres one visit ten Tatry Goldie m. Pitts 1946-2009 Goldie m. Pitts passed away sunday february 15, 2009. She was born february to. 1946 to Orville and Thelma Entsminger Green. She was proceeded in death by her parents her husband Glen a. Pitts and her Sisters Martha Moore and Dorothy Mccoy. Goldie is survived by her son John Palmer of Fairborn her daughter Susan Palmer of Jamestown granddaughters summer Leighly Brook Reed and Annajo Palmer grandson Gage Reed of Jamestown two Sisters Mary Mosteller of Xenia. Elizabeth Simon of Fairborn four Brothers Howard Ward Lola of Lake City Al Orville Green or. Alice of Springfield Raymond Green Bec of Xenia. Earl Green of Fairborn and several nieces nephews cousins As Well As two aunts. Memorial services will be held at the family s convenience. Donations in lieu of Flowers May be sent to Powers funeral Home 12 n. Limestone St Jamestown Ohio 45335 to assist with her final expenses. The Flowers Quot your All occasion Florist a x 937 372-1436 57 Vav. Main St. Xenia a James Edward Rogers 1931-2009 James Edward Rogers Loving husband father and Grandfather passed peacefully at the age of la at hospice of Dayton on tuesday february 17, 2009. Jim resided in Xenia with his wife Mable of 58 years. Jim was born april 27, 1931, in Patsy Kentucky son of the late Hisel and Ollie Rogers. He retired from Delco Moraine where he also served As Secretary treasurer for local 696. After retiring he joined his songs sea coating business making new friends and Many Loyal customers. Behind six grandchildren Jimmy Amber. Nancy Sean Jennifer and katrina As Well As 14 great grandchildren and his special buddy his dog. Sam. Services will be held at 11 . Friday. February 20, 2009, at Neeld funeral Home 1276 n. Detroit St. Xenia. Visitation will be held from Loam Friday until service time. Burial will be in Valley View memorial gardens. In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to hospice of Dayton 324 Wilmington ave., Dayton survivors include his wife of 45420. Hospice Loving Mable. I for All of us during daughter and son in Law Joy our stay. Well never be Able and Art Martinelli brother. Eugene Juanita of Winchester. By. And sister. Laverne Mullins of Englewood. Jim leaves to thank them enough for All the Comfort we received. God bless All who made our dads journey a Little More peaceful. Christian Robert Motzel 1957-2009 Christian Robert Motzel. 51. Of Xenia passed away peacefully Early saturday morning february i at hospice of Dayton follow ing an extended illness. Chris was born in Xenia on october 17, 1957, the son of Donald Ernest and Margaret Newell Motzel who Bot i preceded him in death in 2 pm. Also preceding him in death was his wife l Inda in 1992. He had been a chef working at the University of Georgia later working As a Cook at Janet Snow Linda a in Xenia and sugar Valley country club. He enjoyed hacking at Golf balls in an attempt to play Golf. He was a lifetime member of the eagles Lodge in Xenia. He is survived by two Sisters Kathy Doug Thorne of Xenia Cindy Nick Willoughby of Sebring Florida and a brother Timothy i. Motzel of Xenia special Friend pain Woliver Raymond of Xenia As Well As several nieces nephews great nieces and nephews. His final wish was to donate ins body to Wright state University in the Hopes that their research might help others in the future. A memorial service will he held monday february 23 at 2 . At the evangelical United methodist Church 195 w. Third Street Xenia with pastor Rex Robinson officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the services. The Motzel family is being assisted with arrangements by the Mccolaugh funeral Home inc., Xenia. Betty Jean Hall 1927-2009 Betty Jean Hall age i of Xenia passed away wednesday february 18, 2009 at hospitality Home. She was born on oct. 3, 1927 in Washington court House Ohio the daughter of Charles w. And Viola Pyles Hill. She was preceded in death by her parents her husband Millard l. Hall and 8 Brothers and Sisters. Betty is survived by her son Cecil e. Darlene Hall of Xenia daughter Linda l. Digenova of Uhrichsville of 6 grandchildren 19 great grandchildren and i great great grandchildren. She was a manager Capitol dry cleaning an had worked at Tremis manufacturing for 5 year she also raised poodles flt 27 years and worked As a do Groomer. Funeral services will t held 1 30 . Frida february 20 at Mccolaugh funeral Home 826 is Detroit St., Xenia with re John Lockwood officiating she will he entombed Valley View memory gardens. The family will receive friends Friday from 12 Noc until the time of service at to funeral Home. View obituaries online at or
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