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Subject: OHIO OBITS & PARTIAL OBITS FOSTORIA R. TIMES APRIL 5, 1968
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 14:33:22 EDT
AREA DEATH NOTICES-FOSTORIA REVIEW TIMES-FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1968
1. LAWRENCE NIGGEMEYER, Athens, 84, died Thursday noon at his home on
Guysville, Route 1 (Dutch Ridge). He had been in ill health for several
years. He was a lifelong resident of Athens County, son of JOHN and MARGARET
NIGGEMEYER. He was a retired farmer, and a member of St. John's Catholic
Church (Dutch Ridge). His wife, FANNIE, died last November. He was also
preceded in death by an infant son and a daughter, three brothers and four
s________? He is survived by one son, Raymond Niggemeyer at home and one
sister Mrs. ISABELLE MALONE of Columbus. Funeral Mass will be sung Saturday
a.m. in St. John's Catholic Church by FR. FRANK PATALA. Burial will be in
the adjoining cemetery. Friends may call at the Hughes Funeral Home anytime.
Rosary will be recited at the funeral home Friday at 7 p.m..
2. NELLIE R. SMITH, Mason, NELLIE R. SMITH, 69, Mason died Thursday in the
Gallipolis Medical Center. Born in Winfield, Sept. 9, 1898, she was a
daughter of the late GEORGE and EVA PRITCHARD Ord. MRS. SMITH was a member of
Hartford Church of Christ in Christian Union. Her husband, HARRY died in
1963. Surviving are five daughters, MRS. WILMA ELAINE HARVEY of Logan, Ohio,
MRS. RACHEL BISSELL, MRS. BETTY JOHNSON and MISS EILEEN SMITH of Mason, and
MRS. HILDA THOMAS of Beaver, Pa.; a son, JOHN SMITH of Point Pleasant: two
3. DARRELL NIBERT, Gallipolis- 24, of Columbus, a plant foreman for the
Washington Poultry Company in Columbus, was found dead in his car Wednesday.
He was born in Gallia County, the son of NANCY GAY NIBERT of Northup and the
late SEBASTAIN CABOT NIBERT. He was a graduate of Gallia Academy High School,
where he was an outstanding athlete. He attended Asbury Methodist Church.
Surviving are his mother, his wife, CATHY GLICK NIBERT; a daughter, TERRI
LYNN at home; one brother, MERRILL of Columbus, five sisters, MRS. PAUL
(JOSEPHINE) CARTER , Columbus, MRS. BERNARD (DOROTHY) Letcher, Xenia, MRS.
PEGGY DAY, Cincinnati, MISS SANDRA NIBERT and MISS MARJORIE NIBERT of
New Orleans. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in Miller
Funeral Home by the REV. F. FENTON with burial in Ohio Valley Memorial
Gardens. Football players who were on the team with him will serve as
pallbearers. Friends may call at the funeral home any time. Friday evening
4. HOMER MECUM, Logan-64, died unexpectedly Thursday of a heart attack at his
home in Reese Station, a Columbus suburb. His parents were the late ELIZA
WHALEY MECUM and FRANK MECUM. A former resident of Glouster, he moved to
Columbus in 1928. He is survived by his wife, ARMEL MOODY MECUM
5. VIRGIL A. WOOD, Nelsonville-- 53, Nelsonville Route 1, died Wednesday at
University Hospital, Columbus. He was World War II veteran. Born in Athens
County, he was a son of the late DELBERT AND LUCY WOOD.
Survivors include one daughter, MRS. DONNA JEAN WARREN of Columbus; two
brothers, CLYDE of Logan Route 1, MELVIN of Nelsonville; two sisters
Sincerely, Brenda Oiler