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Agnes Ann Zedaker Corll (source-Mahoning Dispatch Oct.7,1932; also known as Mrs. Andrew W. Corll and Mrs. Nathan Blott; b. Jan.3,1859, d. Sept.30,1932; age 73 years, 3 mo., 22 days; Ref. Jennifer Neff): Mrs. Agnes Ann Blott,73,died last Friday night at her home on West Main Street.  She had been ailing for some time but the day before her death was able to visit the business district.  Suddenly stricken she passed away within a few hours..  Born in Missouri, June 3,1859, she came o Ohio when quite young and passed most of her life in or near Canfield.  She was twice married, her first husband being Andrew Corll, who died years ago by whom she had the following  surviving children: Mrs. Chloe Bishop,West Austintown, Mrs. Clarence Held, Struthers, and John Corll, Woodworth.  She also leaves seven grandchildren ,one great grandchild , a brother, Bert Zedaker, two sisters: Mrs.Edward Ipe and Mrs. Rena Lindsey, all of Youngstown.  Her second husband, Nathan Blott died suddenly a few years since.  She was a devoted member of the Methodist Church and Ladies Aid Society.  Funeral services Monday afternoon held from the Methodist Church were conducted by Rev. G.C. Cornell.  Burial in the village cem. besides her husband and daughter, Miss Eva, who passed away some years ago.  (second news article: Mahoning Dispatch Oct.14,1932)  Those from here who attended the funeral of Mrs. Agnes Blott in Canfield were M/M Chloe Bishop, M/M Joe Shoffner, M/M Orin S, Flick,  M/M Emil Daugherty, Mrs. Catherine McDonald, Mrs. Glen McMahan, Mrs. Sam Schrum, Mrs.A.R. Brandyberry, Mrs.Roy Davis, Mrs. George Brobst, Mrs. Harmon Brobst, and Mrs. John Davis.  Burial-Oct.3,1932, Canfield Village Cemetery, Sec.C,Row 5 Canfield,Mahoning Co., OH.

Daniel Blott (source-Mahoning Dispatch; Ref. Jennifer Neff): Petr Konzem and wife attended the funeral of the latter's father, Daniel Blott, at the Zion Church, north of Canfield, Thursday forenoon.  Burial Dec.16,1909,Old North Cem. Old Sec. Row 9, Canfield, Mahoning Co.OH

Susannah Blott (Mahoning Dispatch-Aug. 20,1886; Ref.Jennifer Neff): Mrs. Susannah Blott,wife of Daniel Blott of this township,died on Saturday, last from the effects of a stroke of paralysis received about a month ago.  Deceased was a most excellent woman and highly respected by all.  She was in the 66th year of her age.  Funeral services conducted by Rev. J.B. Zumpe of Youngstown, were held Monday at 10:00 a.m.  The remains were interred in the German Cem.  Burial-Aug.9,1886, Old North Cem., Old Sec. Row 9, Canfield, Mahoning Co., OH

Dorothy M.Miller (North Jackson):Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Lane Funeral Home,Austintwn Chapel for Dorothy Miller,71,who died Wednesday morning a her residence.  She was born April 3,1935, in Austintown, the daughter of Arthur and Edith Carnes) Corll and was a life long area resident.  Dorothy was a member of the First Fererated Church in North Jackson.  She was employed by the Automatic Vending,Inc. as a chief, working at General Motors for 33 years. Dorothy enjoyed planting flowers, doing bead crafts, crossword puzzles and loved going to the Rogers Flea Market.  She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Robert A. Miller,sr whom she married Aug.24,1955, a daughter Debbie (Chuck) Evans of Austintown, a son, Robert A, Miller,jr. of N.Jackson; her sisters: Donna (Melvin) Megown pof Canfild, Carole (Robert) Gardner of Austintown and Sandra Clark and Jean (Pauk) Cramer,both of N.Jackson, a brother,Gerald Corll of Canfield and Grandaughters, Valeie and Amanda Evans.  Family and friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Hospice of the Valley.

Clyde A.Rittenhouse (source-Grand Haven Tribune-Oct.13,1990; ref.Diane Hosler): Clyde A. "Farmer Boy" Rettinhouse. 64,of Nunica  died Friday, Oct,12, 1990.  He was born in Grand Rapids on Jan.7,1926 and married Mary F. Ferguson in Fruitport on Aug.30,1946.  He had been employed at Harbor Industries in Grand Haven for 20 years and retired from there in 1978.  He was an U.S. Navy verteran, serving with the Seabees during W.W.II in the Pacific Theater.  He was member of Behel Baptist Church in Fruitport. He is survived by his wife Mary; one son,Ron (Wanda) Rettinhouse of Nunica, two daughters: Mrs. Robert (Donna) Degroot and Mrs. Walter (Bunny) Gambie,both of Tulsa,OK; eight grandchildren, one great grandchild and two sisters: Mrs. Guy(Mildred) Hitsman of Nunica and Mrs. William (Eva) Boyko of Fruitport and one brother, Clayton (Connie) Rettinhouse of Spring Lake, several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by a daughter, Paula, on Dec. 3, 1978, three sisters and one brother.Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Clock Funeral Home in Fruitport.  (another article)  Mr Clyde A. "Farmer Boy Rettinhouser, Nunica- The funeal service for Clyde Rettinhouse, ag 64, will b held Monday at 11 a.m. from theBethel Baptist Chuch in Fruitport with the Rev. Billy Anderson, officiating.  Internment Fruitport Cem.  Visitation today and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Clock Funeral Home. Fruitport,MI.  Memorial to the charity of choice.

Fay Rettinhouse, age 65,will be conducted a 10 a.m. Tuesday from the Spring Lake Baptist Church with Rev.Samuel Meads officiating.  Internment will follow at the Pine Ridge Cem. with full military rites by the Sgt. Alvin Jenker, Post No. 2326.  Friends may meet the family 7-9 p.m. Sunday and Monday evenings.  Memorials to the Spring Lake Baptist Church Memorial Fund, VanZantwick, Bartels, Kammeraad Inc. Grand Haven.

Mrs.Gertrude Mellott (ref.Bob Orr): Mrs. Gertrude Corll,68, of 204 S.Parkgate Ave.,in Wickcliff, died suddenly of a heart attack Tuesday at 4 p.m. at her home.  She was born Aug.14,1890, in Salem, the daughter of Fred and Rebecca Miller Mellott.  She moved to the Youngstown area 25 years ago.  She was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church of Youngstown.  Her husband, Lewis, to whom she was married Aug. 18,1923, died March 7.1952.  She leaves a sister, Mrs. Alice Krause of Salem.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Williams Funeral Home in Canfield were friends may call Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m.

Lewis Henry Corll (ref.,Bob Orr): Lewis Henry Corll of 204 S.Parkgate Ave. died of a cerebral hemmorage at 8 a.m. Friday at the U.S. Steel's Ohio Works Plant.  Born Aug. 16,1895 in Austintown Twp., he was the son of Charles and Jennie (Gibbons) Corll.  He lived in Youngstown 28 years, coming from Smith's Corners.  He waa member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church and was employed as a machinest at the Ohio Works.  Besides his wife, the former Gertrude Mellott, whom he married in 1923, Mr. Corll leaves a brother, Francis Corll of Smith's Corners.  Funeral services will beheld at 2 p.m. Monday, at the Williams Funeral Home in Canfield, where friends may call tomorrow afternoon and evening.  Burial will be in the Hope Cem.,Salem,OH.

Mrs. Mark P.Wehr (source-Youngstown Vindicator, May 21,1962; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Anna Wehr, 77, of 477 Ferndale Ave., died of a heart attack at 12:05 a.m. today at her residence.  Mrs. Wehr was born Mar. 17,1885, in Youngstown, a daughter of Levi and Lucy (McKelvey) Corll and lived in the city all her life.  Her husband, Mark  P., whom she married in 1904, died in 1957.  She was a sister of the late Pete Corll, former Mahoning County Sheriff.  She leaves a son Vern of Youngstown: three grandchildren and six great grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m Wednesday at the Davis-Velker Funeral Home where friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday

Mark P.Wehr (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Dec.22,1957; ref.Bob Orr): Mark P. Wehr Dies- age 75 of 477 Ferndale Ave., retired manager of the Youngstown Milk Bottle Exchange and former dairyman, died of cancer at 4:45 p.m. Saturday at his home.  He had been ill one year.  Mr.Wehr was born Oct.7,1882, in Youngstown, a son of Alamedus and Laura (DeCamp) Wehr, and had been a lifelong resident of the city.  Before assuming the manager's post at the milk bottle exchange he had been affliated with a number of district dairy firms.  Besides his wife, the former Anne Corll whom he married 33 years ago, he leaves a son, Vern of Youngstown. three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Davis-Velker Funeral Home where friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday.

Theodore V."Ted" Mulder (Ref. Die Hosler) Mr. Mulder,77,of Coopersville died today,Feb.4,1998, at a local nursing home.  He was born Nov.23,1920, in Coopersville to Luther and Minnie Mulder and maried Wilma P. Venema Nov.29,1941 in Grand Rapids.  Mr. Mulder was a tool and die maker for General Motors in Grand Rapids, retiring at the age 62.  He was also an Army Airforce Veteran of WWII.  He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Wilma, daughter Teddi Mulder of Grand Haven, four grandchildren: Robyne (Jim). Troy (Lisa). Ryan (Amy) Micah (Aaron) and three great grandchildren: Jacob, Joshua, and Logan.  He is also survived by his sister, Luciel Mulder,FL  He was preceded in death by two brothers Jim and Glenn.  Arrangements are being handled by VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home of Spring Lake.  (another ref.) Mr. Theodore V. "Ted" Mulder.Coopersville: A private graveside service for Mr. Mulder will be held Friday at Eastmanville Cem. with Troy VanderZwart officiating.  A private gathering will be held later this week at the VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home in Spring Lake.  Memorials to the charity of your choice are appreciated, VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Inc., Spring Lake.

Wilma P.Mulder (ref.Diane Hosler): Spring Lake: Wilma P. Mulder, aged 81, of Eastmanville, passed away Tuesday, Feb.12,2002, at herhome.  She was born June 25,1920, to Peter and Minnie  (Baldus) Vanema on Polkton Twp. and married Theodore V, Mulder Nov. 19,1941 in Grand Rapids.  He preceded her in death February 4,1998.  Survivors include her daughter Theodora S."Teddi" Mulder of Grand Haven, four grandchildren: Robyne(Jim), Troy (Lisa), Ryan (Amy), Micah (Aaron) four great grandchilden:Jacob, Joshua, Jenna and Logan; a sister Fran Fitzpatrick of Nunica; sisters -in-law:Polly Mulder,Ann Mulder and Luciel Mulder.  A private graveside service will be held Saturday at te Eastmanville Cem.  There will be a private visitation Friday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Hospice of North Ottawa Community, Vanzantwick Bartels Kammeraad Spring Lake.

Ellen I. Vink (Ref. Diane Hosler): Ellen I. Vink,66,13251 State Road, Nunica died Tuesday morning at Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids following a short illness.  Born to Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rittenhouse, Oct. 11,1916, Nunica, she married Loral "Walt" Vink, May 4,1935, in Indiana.  She lived in this area all her life.  An employee of Seavers Manfacturing and Michigan Plastics she was a member of the Spring Lake Presbyterian Church and a former member of the Lydia Circle, a member of the Home Economics Extension Group and was formerly an active bowler.  Her survivors include her husband Loral, four daughters: Mrs. Dan (Judith) Tibbe of Kalkaska; Mrs. Craig (Barbara) Houwkamp of Sanford,ME; Mrs. Jack (Gayle) Adams of Spring Lake; and Laura Vink at home; two sons: Sherman of Spring Lake and Terry of Ironsl eight grandchildren ; two sisters: Mrs. Guy (Mildred) Hitsman of Nunica and Mrs. William (Eva) Boyko of Fruitport, two brothers: Clyde Rittenhouse of Nunica and Clayton Rittenhouse of Spring Lake an several nieces and nephews.  She as preceded in death by two sisters and one brother.  Funeral arrangements are through the VanZanrwick Bartels Kammeraad Chapel in Spring Lake.  The funeral service of Mrs. Ellen I Vick,age 66. will be conducted Thursday, 1:00 p.m. from the Spring Lake Presbyterian Church with Rev. Donald Gordon officiating.  Internment will follow in the Spring Lake Cem.  Friends are invited to meet the family Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

Sylvia V.Bieber (date:10-19,2003;Sebring)  There was a memorial service for Sylvia V.Bieber, 98, who passed away Tuesday at Crandall Medical Center.  She was born Sept.20,1905, in Canfield, the daughter of Joseph and Lydia (Stittle) Schaeffer.  Mrs. Bieber graduated from Canfield High School and had taught first grade in Ellsworth for two years.  She worked at Canfield Hardware for 25 years and was active  in the Canfield United Methodist Church.  Her husband Raymond, whom she married July 4, 1959, passed away Sept. 26,2001.  She leaves three children: Margaret Corll and Richard Bieber .both of Columbiana,and Howard Bieber of Austintown, a sister Leona Smith of Michigan, 12 grandchildren and 26 great grand children.  Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by six sisters and two brothers.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Canfield United Methodist Church ,27 S. Broad St..Canfield,OH 44406

Ada V.Kimmel (March 19,2004) Carterville,GA,Funeral services will be held 11 am Tuesday at the Lane Funeral Home Austintown Chapel for Ada V. Kimmel age 91 of 21 Plantation Dr, NE Cartersville,GA. formerly of Bradenton,FL and Austintown who died Friday morning at her home. Ada was born Aug.3,1912,in Ashland,OH and was the daughter of Guy W. and Helen (Jordan) Zimmerman.  She was a homemaker and member of Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church in Cartersville and was fomerly a member of the Smith Corners' United Methodist Church in Austintown,OH. Her husband,Roy E. Kimmel she married March 21,1933 died in 1982.  She is survived by a daughter Thelma and her husband Ronald Dennison with whom she made her home in Cartersville,a son David and his wife Rickie Kimmel of Canfield,OH a sister Mary E. Snyder of Mansfield.OH;a brother Paul E. Zimmerman of Sarasota ,FL; 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter Esther Kimmel Gee. two sisters Jane Jacques and Helen Richard. (Funeral Home:Lane Funeral Home of Austintown,OH. Interment:Green Haven Cem.,Canfield,OH)

Earl R.Kimmel:North Jackson,OH: Funeral services will be held 11 am Friday at the Lane Funeral Home Austintown Chapel for Earl Kimmel who died Monday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital.  Earl was born April 28,1926 in Austintown, the son of Perry and Goldie (Lawrence) Kimmel and was a life long area resident.  Earl retired from Wickcliffe Concrete and Supply in 1969 where he had benn employed as a truck driver. He was a member of the Highway Tabernacle Church and served in the army during WW II. Earl enjoyed hunting,fishing,antique cars and antique tractors,  He is survived by children, Goldie (Dave) Lawrence of Diamond, James R. Kimmel of N.Jackson,grandchildren David and Rebecca Lawrence and sisters Ruth Purnell of Austintown, Virgina Dewalk of Hubbard and Mary Penny of Austitntown.  He was preceded in death by his wife Helen(Upole) Kimmel, whom he married December 18, 1950 and who died Dec.11,2008, brothers Roy,Perry, Merle and sister Marion Moser.

Bettyann Shaw: Youngstown,OH: Private services will be held for Bettyann Shaw, 70,who passed away Wednesday morning.Mrs. Shaw was born Feb.24, 1933 in Struthers.  She was employed as a secretary for the Kent State University Regional Campus and was a member of the St. Dominic Church.She leaves her husband,John Shaw, 0f 16 years and two sons: Joeseph Dustman of Kent and Robert Dustman of Medina.She was preceded in death by her first husband, Robert Dustman,sr. and two sons Gary and George Dustman.  There will be no calling hours.Arrangements were handled by the Rossi Bros.Funeral Home, Boardman,OH.    Sept.4,2003