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| April/May 1990

  • Memoriam

  • Memoriam

PAUL J. UHLENHAKE, 62,650 N. Mill St. Celina, Ohio passed away January 22, 1990. He is survived by his wife; four sons; three daughters; six grandchildren; two brothers; two sisters. He was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister. Mr. Uhlenhake was retired from Goodyear, St. Marys, Ohio. He was a member of the Mercer County Historical Society and the Rockford Old Fashioned Farmers Association. He was an excellent mechanic and had restored several antique tractors and farm machinery. He delighted in exhibiting his 40 KW McCormick Deering tractor which was restored in mint condition. He also enjoyed attending public sales and swap meets.

He was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and its Men's Society. Services were held at the church with the Rev. James McCabe officiating. His memory will long be cherished in our midst.

Submitted by: Merlin C. Wine, 1202 Nagel, St. Marys, Ohio 45885.

BERNARD GROVE, age 60, of Barnesville, Ohio passed away December 4, 1989 of a massive heart attack. The son of the late Earl & Hazel Grove, he was born December 27, 1928.

He is survived by his wife, Carol Wyatt Grove whom he married on January 3, 1954, two daughters, one son, eight grandchildren, 2 sisters and one brother.

He was a member of the Barnesville First Methodist Church, Midwest Toll Collection Assoc, Stump town Steam Threshers and was active in the Barnesville Pumpkin Festival. He was retired from Consolidation Coal Company but worked part-time in a wood working shop in Barnesville, Ohio.


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