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|1||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|2||"Dora"||Miller, Medora (I71)
|3||"Frank"||Mutchler, Benjamin Franklin (I72)
|4||"Roy"||Dusseau, Elroy Joseph (I50)
Name: John G Hartman
Birth Year: abt 1808
Home in 1850: Monroe, Allen County, Ohio, USA
Real Estate: 1500
Line Number: 25
Dwelling Number: 1972
Family Number: 1972
John G Hartman 42
Rebecca Hartman 34
John Hartman 17
Nancy Hartman 16
James Hartman 13
Mary Hartman 11
Catharine Hartman 9
George Hartman 8
Francis Hartman 5
Sarah Hartman 3
Henry Hartman 1
|Hartman, John Godfrey (I180)
|6||1880 - 133 acres|
1895 - 113 acres
|Schafer, William (I19)
|7||1920 Census head of household in Palmer Twp., Putnam Co., OH|
CONTINENTAL - Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Continental Methodist Church for William Hiltner, 72, Toledo, formerly of Continental, who died Tuesday in Toledo.
The Rev. Warner Bumgarner of the Altergate Methodist Church, Toledo, will officiate. Burial will be in Monroe Cemetery, north of here.
Mr. Hiltner, a retired building contractor, was a native of Defiance. He was a member of Lodge No. 570, F&AM, and the Methodist Church.
Surviving are his widow, Nina, Fort Pierce, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Vera Dussea, Dayton; Mrs. Margaret Davis and Mrs. Doris Wilson, both of Toledo, and Mrs. Claribel Horak, Lima; one step-daughter, Mrs. Eilene Sowers, Wichita, Kan.; 11 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Clara White, Norristown, Pa., and Mrs. Barbara Effenberger, Coral Gables, Fla., and a brother, Chris, Maratheon, Fla.
Friends may call at the Walls-Walker Funeral Home here after 5 p.m. Wednesday. Masonic services will be held in the funeral home at 8 p.m. today.
(published in The Lima News, Wednesday, July 6, 1955, page 2)
|Hiltner, William John (I15)
|8||Age: 88y 5m 1d|
1825-1894 Fenstermaker, William G
1834-1907 Root, Anna Elizabeth
1878-1951 Schafer, Mary E
1) 1898-1988 Fenstermaker, Mary E
2) 1900-1901 Fenstermaker, William M
3) 1904-1911 Fenstermaker, Jessie U
4) 1906-2000 Fenstermaker, Dallas G
5) 1911-1987 Fenstermaker, Cora L
6) 1912-2011 Fenstermaker, Hazel Marie
7) 1914-1989 Fenstermaker, Beatrice P
8) 1919-1994 Fenstermaker, Francis D
U.S., World War I
Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Ira Gideon Fenstermaker
Name: Ira Gideon Fenstermaker
Birth Date: 1 Apr 1878
[Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010]
U.S., World War II
Draft Registration Cards, 1942
about Ora Gideon Fenstermaker
Name: Ora Gideon Fenstermaker
Birth Date: 1 Apr 1878
Birth Place: Putnam County, Ohio
Residence: Putnam, Ohio
|Fenstermaker, Ora Gideon (I225)
|9||Alverna L. "Beanie" Eis, age 88 of Defiance, peacefully passed away on Sunday, July 5, 2020 at CHP Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice Center.|
She was born on September 23, 1931 to the late Louis and Viola (Garber) Schafer in Unionville, Michigan. On June 11, 1949 she married Paul L. Eis, who preceded her in death on February 18, 2016.
Alverna was a faithful member of Restoration Tabernacle Church. She was an Licensed Practical Nurse and worked at the Defiance County Home. Her greatest love was her family, and she enjoyed her time as a homemaker. She was a very active mother, and her faith and devotion to her family was an inspiration.
Alverna is survived by her two sons, Dennis (Rose) Eis and Rock (Julie) Eis, all of Defiance, and three daughters, Lois (Larry) Hill of Defiance,
|Schafer, Alverna L. “Beanie” (I315)
|10||Anna and her husband, Walter, lived in Crawford, Wyandot County, Ohio. In the 1900 US census (in June 1900) Walter and Anna are listed in his parent's household. In 1910, 1920, and 1930 he is in his parents household, listed as married, but there is no sign of Anna anywhere near him. In 1910 US census Anna is listed as Anna Hiltner, widow, age 33, living in her parents household.|
Martha Knaggs info: Walter and Anna separated about 3 months after they married. She did not divorce until many years later.
|Hiltner, Anna M. (I13)
|11||Approximate birth and exact death date from Fountain Cemetery Records, 1855-1991.||Welsh, Arillia S. (I209)
|12||Ashley Jackson's parents:|
Father: Noah Jackson
Mother: Mary A. Shiveley
1. marriage record.
2. US Sons of the American Revolution Membership application of Charles Jackson France, son of Edith Jackson France who was the daughter of Ashley Jackson and Margaret Schafer.
|Jackson, Ashley (I274)
|13||B. F. Mutchler's farm is on Palmer Township 1895 plat map, 80 acres in section 12.|
|Mutchler, Benjamin Franklin (I72)
|14||Betty I. Mullin, 88 of Logansport passed away Thursday, January 19, 2017 in her residence.|
Born on September 4, 1928 in Hancock County, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Clarence F. and Mary (Brenner) Schafer. On November 14, 1953 in Cincinnati, Ohio she married Wilbur Lee “Moon” Mullin who preceded in death on May 17, 1997.
Betty worked for Marathon Oil Company in their main offices in Findlay, OH and Tulsa, OK. She had also worked for Maxon Premix Company in Muncie before she then worked for Indiana Bell Telephone in Logansport.
While in Logansport Betty was a very active volunteer for several organizations including, Woodlawn Center, Miller’s Merry Manor, Meals on Wheels, and the Salvation Army. She was a member of Calvary Presbyterian Church and enjoyed attending their craft workshops. Betty loved gardening, decorating, crafting, canning, and was a huge fan of the Indiana Pacers.
Surviving is a daughter, Nancy (Michael) Ensfield, Logansport; two sons, Matt (Brandi) Mullin, Logansport; Dan (Melinda) Mullin, Anacortes, WA; grandchildren, Sarah Ensfield; Emma (Jimmy) Smith; Meagan and Kyle Mullin; Bo Brown; Blake (Megan) Brown.
She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; and two brothers, Dale Dean Schafer and William Schafer.
A celebration of life will be held at 4:00 PM Sunday, January 22, 2017 in the Calvary Presbyterian Church, Logansport with Pastor Coenraad F.J. Brand IV officiating
|Schafer, Betty (I296)
|15||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|16||Birth date could be wrong. Source: findagrave.|
Von Hof Erbert or Hofferbert Family History has his dates as 12 No 1809 - 10 May 1844.
|Morris, Richard C. (I142)
|17||birth year calculated from headstone inscription||Howell, Ruth (I87)
|18||birth year is 1877 on headstone||Hiltner, Anna M. (I13)
Death: Jun. 12, 1853
George Jr. was married to Ruth Howell in Hardy County, Virginia. They were parents to Nancy, Elizabeth, Susan, Delila, Margaret, Henry, Daniel H., Mary Ann and Cynthia.
Ruth passed away in 1825.
George married secondly Sarah (Fletcher) Bilderback, and they were the parents of twins George and Sarah.
|Hempleman, George Jr. (I86)
|20||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|21||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|22||Born circa 1887. Married circa 1908.||Casselman, Viola (I46)
|23||born in 1761 in Maryland||Morris, Joseph M. (I117)
|24||Burial location from Fountain Cemetery Records, 1855-1991. Microfilm from Kaubisch Memorial Public Library. Abstract on Ancestry.||Welsh, Arillia S. (I209)
|25||Carolyn J. Warren|
Leipsic - Carolyn J. Warren, 85, of Leipsic, died 12:50 a.m. Sunday, August 2, 2015 at St. Rita's Medical Center, Lima. She was born March 16, 1930 in Putnam County to the late Harry and Carrie (Shafer) Winover. On June 14, 1949, she married Raymond "Jake" Warren, who died February 17, 1999.
Carolyn is survived by 2 sons: Robert (Irene) Warren of Kalida; Paul (Darla) Warren of Bluffton and Barb Punches of Hamler; 7 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren and two sisters: Luella (Keith) Troyer of Continental and Onetta Payne of McComb. She is preceded in death by a son: Gary Warren.
Carolyn was a cook. She was a member of New Hope Bethel Church, Hamler; Leipsic Senior Citizens and Leipsic Fire Department Auxiliary.
Funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at LOVE-HEITMEYER FUNERAL HOME, Leipsic, with Rev. Ruth Carter-Crist officiating. Burial will follow in Sugar Ridge Cemetery, Leipsic. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Monday, August 10, 2015 and one hour prior to service on Tuesday at the funeral home.
|Winover, Carolyn Jeanette (I356)
|26||Catharine||Hartman, Katherine (I188)
|27||Charles Douglas Harper, 78, North Manchester passed away February 20, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. On October 31, 1941, Charles was born in Lafayette, Kentucky to Jack and Mary (Walker) Harper.|
Charles loved golfing at Sycamore Golf Course, dining out, he was an avid gun collector and loved keeping his lawn perfectly manicured. He most recently volunteered his time mowing at Timbercrest where he resided. Charles was always happy when he was spending time with his children and grandchildren. On April 15, 1961, Charles married Sandra Sue Freeman. He and Sandy had a heart for children and over the years opened their home to many foster children. Sandy passed away on August 13, 2015 after 54 years of marriage.
The memory of Charles Harper will be forever remembered by his sons, Mitchell (Tracy) Harper, Columbia City, Indiana, Christopher Harper, Plymouth, Aaron (Leslie Shewman) Harper, Akron, Indiana; his daughter, Sarah (Kim) Carpenter, Wabash, Indiana; one brother, William (Trish) Harper, South Bend, Indiana; one sister, Cheryl (Richard) Conroy, The Villages, Florida; seven grandchildren, Blake (Emily) Harper, Colton Harper, Kailen (Haylee Bidwell) Carpenter, Kamden Carpenter, Konner Carpenter, Jaxon Harper, Emerson Harper; and one great-grandchild, Kynnley Carpenter. Charlie was also survived by his special friend, Jan Butcher, North Manchester. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and one great-grandchild, Caden Henry Harper.
McKee Mortuary, North Manchester.
|Harper, Charles Douglas (I338)
|28||Charley Bill, 77, passed away at 1:47 a.m.|
He was the son of Roy P. and Mary E. (Sullivan) Hiltner. On May 20, 1972, he married Janet Kohart, who survives in Continental.
Also surviving are five children: Jim (Tammy), Continental, and Bill Hiltner, Park City, KY, Amy (Chris) Miller, Van Wert, Robin (Jim) Slattman, Lakeland, FL, and Craig (Shelby) Shisler, Oakwood; a brother, David (Donna); a sister, Barb (Rex) Shalter; and twelve grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren.
Having lived quite a life, he was an avid pilot like his father, a crop duster for 30 years and he and his wife owned Charley Bills Country Western Café for 22 years. He was also a substitute post office carrier for 24 years. He loved to auctioneer for benefits and charities. In his younger years he was a milkman and a rodeo clown. He was a member of Dupont Church of the Brethren, the Ohio Flying Farmers, and the Small Time Farmers, and was a former School Board member. He did it all. But what he loved most were all his grandchildren. He was very proud of them.
Services will be at Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Continental, with his son, Pastor Jim Hiltner and Rev. Terry Porter, officiating. Burial will follow in Monroe Cemetery, Continental.
|Hiltner, Charley Bill (I116)
|29||Clarence Edward Hiltner is a possible match for this record. Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990|
Burial Date:11 Oct 1919
Burial Place: Verndale Minn Cemetery
Death Date: 10 Oct 1919
Death Place: Wadena, Wadena, Minnesota
Age: Birth Date: 10 Oct 1919
Father's Name: Henry E. Hiltner
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Name: Mary A. Bollingar
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Indexing Project (Batch) Number:B02121-7
System Origin: Minnesota-EASyGS
Film number: 2218034
Reference ID: 16164
|Hiltner, Clarence Edward (I45)
|30||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|31||Cornelius Dusseau,75, of 2512 Georgetown Ave Toledo, died Sat. in the home of daughter Mrs. Doris Biel of Ashtabula OH. Services will be Tuesday in the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and burial in Calvary Cemetery. The rosary will be recited tonight in the Blanchard Brothers Mortuary. Mr. Dusseau has lived in this area his entire life and was employed as a die engineer for the Electric Auto-Lite Co at Toledo for 30 years. He retired 5 yrs ago and was a member of the company's 25 year club. A member of Blessed Sacrament Church, he was also a member of the church's Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife Loretta: 2 sons, Roy of Dayton OH and Wilbur of Toledo; 3 daughters, Mrs. Biel of Ashtabula, Mrs. Ethel Kerscher and Mrs. Ruth Burnett of Toledo; 2 brothers, Thomas of Philadelphia and Cletus of Mominee Town; 4 sisters, Mrs. Tillie Duvall and Mrs Lottie Cousino both of Erie MI and Mrs. Celia Mominee and Mrs. Loretta Etue both of Mominee Town; and 13 grandchildren.||Dusseau, Cornelius Joseph (I102)
|32||d/o Louis Schafer & Viola Garver; w/o 1) Kenneth Dale Hancock (m 1 Sep 1947 - Defiance, OH), m/o Peggy Lee, Beverly Jean, Mary Catherine, Dale Louis, Patsy Jo; 2) Lowell Thomas Blanton (m 9 Jun 1967 - Defiance, OH)||Schafer, Glenola Marie (I314)
|33||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I231)
|34||Daughter of John and Eva (Schafer) Brecht.|
Dorothy was a 1940 graduate of Northside High School in Fort Wayne. She married Richard Freeman on January 1, 1950, in North Manchester; he died July 18, 1990. She worked at Snyder IGA and then at Heckman Bindery for 20 years, retiring in 1984. She was a member of the Congregational Christian Church, Past Matrons, 73 year member of the Ivy Chapter #69 Order of the Eastern Star, and Past Grand Representative of Indiana Grand Chapter of Order of the Easter Star. Dorothy loved the Chicago Cubs and Indiana Hoosier basketball. She enjoyed making pies and fried chicken, and loved being with her family at family dinners.
|Brecht, Dorothy (I330)
|35||Death Claims Widely Known Stock Buyer|
CONTINENTAL, March 9 - Funeral services for Benjamin F. Schafer, well-known livestock buyer, will be held from the North Creek church at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Schafer, a lifetime resident of the North Creek community, five miles north of here, died from a heart attack as he entered his automobile following the games at the district basketball tournament at 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
Schafer, for the past 10 years, local purchasing agent for Brady Bros., livestock shippers, is survived by his widow, the former Ida Brecht, two sons, Floyd Schafer, North Creek, and Ernest Schafer, Toledo, four daughters, Mrs. George (Freda) Blossom, Toledo; Mrs. Felix (Pauline) Tischinac, Toledo; Miss Helen, Toledo, and Mrs. Wayne (Lenore) Johnston, North Creek. A son, Nolan, died in an accident in Toledo in 1935.
Three sisters and three brothers also survive: William, Mt. Cory; Charles, McClure; Joseph, Toledo; Mrs. John (Lavina) Hiltner, North Creek; Mrs. Ora (Emma) Fenstermaker, Leipsic; and Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Gladstone, Mich.
Ben Schafer, the son of William and Mary Morris Schafer, had resided within a few rods of the place of his birth during his lifetime. Saturday evening he accompanied his grandsons, Doyle and Don Schafer and Donald Oliver, to tournament games at Leipsic and was entering the car to return to North Creek when stricken.
About 10 years ago, Schafer quit farming the old Schafer homestead at North Creek to devote all his time to act as local purchasing agent for Brady Bros. He was a member of Continental chapter No. 570 F. and A.M., belonged to North Creek M. E. church and has taught adult Bible class there for 12 years.
Funeral is in charge of Fuller Funeral Home, Leipsic. Rev. Paul Fisher, Gilboa, will officiate, assisted by Rev. E. F. Root, church pastor. Interment will be in Monroe cemetery, north of here.
(published in The Lima News, Monday, March 9, 1942)
|Schafer, Benjamin Franklin (I36)
|36||Decatur Daily Democrat, Decatur, Adams County, Indiana, Monday, Sept 28, 1998|
John Brecht, 73, 1027 Parkview Dr., died at 8:05 a.m. Sunday at home.
He was born on November 24, 1924 in North Cedar, Ohio, to John D. and Eva Scaffer Brecht and married Margaret Hancher on December 27, 1942; she survives.
He owned and operated Brecht Jewelry in downtown Decatur from 1955-75 and was a member of First Methodist Church and Elks Lodge 993, both in Decatur.
Other survivors are a son, Fred Brecht, Decatur; two daughters, Mrs. Dale (Ann) Linnemeier, Fort Wayne, and Mrs. David (Sisan sic) Spiegel, Sebring, Florida; two sisters, Vivian Walther, Silver Lake, and Dorothy Freeman, North Manchester; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
A brother Paul Brecht, and a sister, Belva Tooman, are deceased.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the chapel of First United Methodist Church, Decatur. There is no visitation. Arrangements are by Haggard and Sefton Funeral Home, Decatur.
|Brecht, John J. (I331)
|37||Dennis P. "Iceman" Eis, age 70 of Defiance, passed away on Friday, August 6, 2021 at CHP Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice Center.|
He was born on May 29, 1951 to Paul and Alverna (Schafer) Eis in Defiance, Ohio. Dennis was a 1969 graduate of Tinora High School. He proudly served our country in the U.S. Army from 1971-1973. On May 29, 1991 he married Yevonnia (Donley) "Rosie" Eis, who survives.
Dennis worked for Mid City Products in Sherwood, Ohio for 15 years until his retirement in 2004. He loved the outdoors and riding his motorcycle. He enjoyed fishing, swap meets, garage sales, and spending time with his family and friends, especially his grandchildren.
Dennis will be sadly missed by his loving wife, Yevonnia Eis of Defiance, his daughters, Danielle Mobely of Alabama, and Tina (Josh) Collins of Paulding, OH, and his son, Tim Rhoads of Napoleon, OH. He also leaves behind 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, his sisters, Lois (Larry) Hill of Defiance, Pastor Janet (Herb) Strickland of Bryan, OH, and Sandra (Russ) Harges of Ft. Wayne, IN, and his brother, Ronald "Rock" (Julie) Eis of Defiance.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his son, Richard Rhoads, and two sisters, Linda Kay Eis and Karen Lynn Souza.
Visitation will be held from 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm on Thursday, August 12, 2021 at Restoration Tabernacle, 9119 Christy Road, Defiance. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, August 13, 2021 at the church, with Pastor Burnell Hammons officiating. Burial will follow the service at Riverview Memory Gardens, with graveside military rites accorded by VFW #3360.
Schaffer Funeral Home was honored to assist the family with arrangements.
Memorials may be directed to CHP Defiance Area Hospice Center.
|Eis, Dennis P. (I324)
|38||Dianah Seitz, born May 8, 1837, near Berne, Fairfield Co., Ohio, married Dr. Joseph Morris July 3, 1876. He died Jan. 14, 1902. The doctor had a successful practice at Columbus Grove, Ohio, for forty-two years. Mrs. Dianah (Seitz) Morris before her marriage tenderly cared for her aged parents many years. Since the death of her husband she had made her home with her two children, one in Washington, D. C, and the other at Los Angeles, Cal., making occasional trips between the east and west coasts. For the present she has settled permanently at Columbus Grove, Putnam Co., Ohio. Baptist. The author is indebted for her efficient help in history work. — J. H. W.||Seitz, Diana (I129)
|39||Dorothy M. Krumm, 85, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 15, 2005, after 15 years of Alzheimer's disease. Dorothy was a life long resident of Toledo born August 2, 1920, to Frank and Jessie (Ketcham) Neal. Dorothy loved camping and traveling. She and her husband were members of the Nomads Air Travel Club, The Maumee Valley Travel Trailer Club, and The Toledo Family Campers. She enjoyed traveling through all fifty states and many foreign countries. Dorothy was a fifty-eight year member and past Noble Grand of Eva Rebakah Lodge number 299 I.O.O.F. She was a wonderful homemaker and a bookkeeper in the family business, the X-M Corporation.|
Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents and daughter, Barbara Ann. She is survived by her loving husband of sixty-five years, Frederick; sons, Fred (Betty) Krumm, James (Delores) Krumm, Daniel (Velma) Krumm; daughters, Kathleen (Ronald) Gill, and Linda (James) Sullivan; twelve grandchildren and soon to be twenty great-grandchildren.
Dorothy was a devoted and loving wife, mother, and grandmother, she will be missed by all and never forgotten. The family is especially grateful to the employees of Parkcliffe for their compassionate, tender care of Dorothy.
Guests may visit at the Reeb Funeral Home, 5712 N. Main St., Sylvania, OH, Thursday, November 17, 2005, from 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. with Lodge Services at 8:30 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 18, 2005, at 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with interment following in Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.
Those wishing to give expressions of sympathy in lieu of flowers are asked to consider the Alzheimer's Association.
Published in The Blade from Nov. 16 to Nov. 17, 2005
|Neal, Dorothy M. (I256)
|40||Dr. Phyllis Anne “Anne” (Hiltner) Baer, PhD (1941-2010)|
Education: Reed College, B.S.; Oregon State University, PhD - Physical Chemistry.
Occupation: Professor, Researcher, Author
Married Dr./Professsor Eric Baer, PhD in 1999.
BIO: Anne Hiltner, Case Western Reserve’s first female professor of engineering and an internationally recognized scientist and engineer, died Monday after a courageous battle with illness. She was 69.
“Our campus has lost a remarkable academic leader,” President Barbara R. Snyder said. “As a woman in the sciences and engineering, Professor Hiltner’s entire career served as an inspiration to others. As a researcher of extraordinary ingenuity and accomplishment, she transformed her field. Her impact on the University, and on students and colleagues worldwide, cannot be overstated. We will miss her.”
Professor Hiltner came to the University in 1967, after earning a doctorate in physical chemistry from Oregon State University. She served as a research associate for one year with chemistry professor Irvin M. Krieger, and then joined the laboratory of professor Eric Baer, who was chairman of the Department of Macromolecular Science at the time. The connection with professor Baer proved fortuitous, as the pair forged a powerful scientific collaboration that persisted to the present. They also discovered personal compatibility, marrying in 1999.
“The dream of every faculty member is to try harder, harder,” Baer said. “She always climbed mountains.”
From the very beginning, Baer recalled, his colleague was committed to excellence. Whether working in the laboratory, writing papers or advising graduate students, Hiltner remained laser-focused. “She was a projects person,” Baer said.
In 1974, Hiltner became the University’s first female member of the engineering faculty when she became an assistant professor of macromolecular engineering. Seven years later she founded the Center for Applied Polymer Research (CAPRI), an organization that encouraged collaboration across disciplines and ultimately laid the groundwork for the program that she considered her greatest achievement: receipt of a 10-year, $40 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Science and Technology Center (STC), the Center for Layered Polymeric Systems (CLiPS).
The NSF received more than 160 applications for STC funding, and gave awards to six. CLiPS is the university’s first and only STC, and involves several other university partnerships nationwide as well as collaboration with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
“The STC made her feel she had reached to the top of Everest,” Baer said. “She really reached the pinnacle of her career.”
Over her career, Professor Hiltner published nearly 400 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and received multiple honors from professional scientific organizations. She was a Fellow of the American Chemical Society’s Division of Polymeric Materials, the American Institute for Medical Biological Engineering, and the High Polymer Physics Division of the American Physical Society.
In 2001, Professor Hiltner was the recipient of the American Chemical Society’s Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science and Engineering. In 2004, Case Western Reserve named her the Herbert Henry Dow Professor of Science and Engineering. That same year, the Society of Plastics Engineers’ Thermoplastic Materials and Foam Division presented Professor Hiltner its annual outstanding achievement award. In 2008, she received the American Chemical Society’s Award in Applied Polymer Science. In announcing the honor, the society cited Professor Hiltner’s pioneering contributions in understanding the connections between hierarchical structure and properties of polymers, their blends and composites.
Even with all of the recognition, Baer said, “her greatest joy was her involvement with the graduate students. She loved the creative, productive side of her work.”
Hiltner did not want formal remembrances or donations made in her name, Baer said. The greatest tribute others can make to Hiltner, he explained, is to continue her creative mission through their academic work.
• Obituary - Phyllis Anne Hiltner: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/phyllis-hiltner-obituary?pid=145142059&view=guestbook
• Arrangements under the direction of Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz, Cleveland Heights, OH.
|Hiltner, Phyllis Anne (I69)
|41||Elisabeth Morris, born at Columbus Grove, Ohio, July 20, 1879, married Charles A. Harbaugh Nov., 1896, who has for a number of years been in the civil service as editor in the life saving and treasury department at Washington, D. C. Address, 2800 13th Street, N. E. Brookland, D. C.|
1. Frederick Harbaugh, b. June 15, 1898.
2. Alice Harbaugh, b. Sept. 6, 1900.
3. Mary Harbaugh, b. Dec. 30, 1902.
4. Louisa Harbaugh, b. Oct. 26, 1905.
5. Phyllis Harbaugh, b. June 26, 1907.
6. Thomas Harbaugh, b. Dec. 16, 1908.
|Morris, Lizzie (I376)
|42||Evelyn M. Schafer, 87, of Defiance, passed away on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, at the Laurels of Defiance.|
She was born on February 28, 1927, to Leroy and Alma (Silvers) Clark in McClure, Ohio. In 1950, she married Ronald E. Schafer, who preceded her in death in 2005. Evelyn was an auxiliary member of VFW Post 3360. She worked as a maid at the Defiance Inn since 1976.
Evelyn is survived by her son, William (Carla) Schafer of Manor, Ga.; brother, Delbert Clark of California; four grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Leroy and Alma Clark; husband, Ronald Schafer; brothers, Robert, Albert, and Darwin Clark; and sisters, Emma Thomas, Dorothy Burditt and Thelma Grosjean.
Visitation will be held from 10-11 a.m. Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Schaffer Funeral Home, Defiance, where funeral services will follow at 11 a.m., with Rev. Kenny Marr officiating. Burial will take place at Riverview Memory Gardens.
Memorials are suggested to a charity of the donor's choice. Online condolences can be given at www.Schafferfh.com.
|Clark, Evelyn (I318)
Carol Ray Simon, 77, of Defiance died 1:56 a.m. Friday, August 1, 2014at Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice. She was born April 15, 1937 inPutnam County to the late George R. And Ruth (Hiltner) Simon.
She is survived by her 3 sisters: Dorothy L. Winkle of Continental, M.Margaret Colwell of Defiance and Sarah (Larry) Ashley of Angola, IN; 4nieces and nephews; 7 great-nieces and great-nephews; and her belovedcat.
Carol is preceded in death by 2 brothers-in-law: Joseph Winkle andRichard "Budd" Colwell.
Carol was a secretary at Wright-Russell and Bay Insurance Company andBill Rose Insurance Company, both in Toledo. She was a 1955 graduateof Continental High School and enjoyed reading, gardening, playingbridge bowling and knitting.
The funeral service will be a later date and burial will be in MonroeCemetery, Continental.
Memorial contributions may be given to the Disabled American Veteransand St. Jude Children's Hospital.
|Simon, Carol Ray (I78)
|44||findagrave note from Contributor: DogMama08 (47394092)|
I found that the California Death Index on Ancestry shows two records for Margaret, one with the last name Schafer and the other with her married name, Decious. She married Donald O. Decious on 4 Oct 1950 in Contra Costa County, California. I found a short newspaper article in The Lima News (Lima OH), dated 08 May 1964, that gave her last name as Decious and mentioned her survivors, including her daughter Machel. There was no mention of her husband. Since she was buried under her maiden name, she was probably divorced.
|Schafer, Margaret Ellen (I244)
|45||First married - Ohio county marriage records|
Name: Rufina Green
Marriage Date: 9 Jul 1846
Marriage Place: Logan, Ohio, USA
Spouse: Henry H. Seaman
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Henry H. Seaman b abt 1824, Ohio
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Rufina married second - Ohio county marriage records
Name: Rufina Seaman
Marriage Date: 21 Apr 1862
Marriage Place: Auglaize, Ohio, USA
Spouse: Richard Morris
in the 1870 census, 3 of Rufina's children with Henry Seaman are in Rufina & Richard Morris' household.
|Green, Rufina (I143)
|46||Florida death index||Horak, Dr. Oliver Adolph (I54)
|47||Frances Elaine Shellenbarger|
January 14, 1937 - August 14, 2021
Frances Elaine Shellenbarger, 84, of Findlay passed away at The Heritage on Saturday, August 14, 2021. She was born on January 14, 1937 to the late Orval Wayne and Edna Leotha (Howard) Buckallew. She married Philip Caroll Shellenbarger and he preceded her in death on February 11, 2006.
She was also preceded in death by two daughters: Lavon Croasmun and Lois Poole; and three siblings: Gordon Buckallew, Richard Buckallew, and Alice Chamberlain. Elaine is survived by children: Laura Anderson, Louann Hemminger, and Philip Shellenbarger; 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
She was a seamstress, quilt maker, and artist, and is survived by four generations and her two Yorkies.
Visitation will be held from 5:00-7:00pm Thursday, August 19, 2021 at COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME. No services will be held at this time. Online condolences can be shared with the family by visiting coldrencrates.com.
|Buckallew, Frances Elaine (I348)
|48||Frederick John Krumm was born on May 12, 1918 in Columbus, OH to Thomas and Ida Krumm. He graduated in 1935 from Macomber Vocational High School. He first met his future wife Dorothy Neal in grade school where he was George and she was Martha Washington in a school play. They married in 1940 and were married for over 65 years. For over 102 years, life was an adventure for Fred. He lived life fiercely independent. He did all he could to remain active and healthy. At 18 he became a vegetarian on a bet which became his lifestyle. Up to this year he was bike riding 5-8 miles a day and walking at the Franklin Park Mall in the winter. He loved to travel and visited many countries. Fred and Dorothy also loved camping and toured all over the United States, hiking in many national parks, photographing every flower, bush, tree, and waterfall they came across exhibiting his love of photography. He spent winters in Texas for many years where he would organize 30 mile plus bike rides.|
Fred had a very inquisitive mind and a desire for learning. He could fix most things, and had a habit of picking up discarded and broken items to bring home to repair. If he couldn’t find the right part, he would fabricate it. He was a tool and die maker and in 1950 started an injection molding business called the XM Company. All his children at some point worked at the business. It is still in operation day. When his wife developed Alzheimers Disease he became actively involved the The Alzheimers Association and organized annual walks in her honor. Fred was a 70 year active member of the Lambertville IOOF Lodge and it was a very important part of his life. He participated and organized many fund raisers and events from picking up litter on highways, to the chili cook off when he always made his vegan chili.
Fred was a patriarch of a large family. He looked forward to Sunday afternoons when we would gather at his home for a visit, along with his Wednesday lunches with his Son- in- law Ron and his best friend Bert Rucki.
His life was ended on October 27, 2020 after a short illness from Covid-19.
He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, sister and infant daughter Barbara Ann. He is survived by 5 children; Fred (Betty) Krumm, Kathleen (Ronald) Gill, James (Delores) Krumm, Daniel (Michelle) Krumm and Linda (James) Sullivan. He has 12 grandchildren, 24 great- grandchildren and 16 great- great grandchildren. Due to Covid restrictions, a private graveside service will be held at Ottawa Hills Memorial Park. In honor of Fred any contributions can be made to the Alzheimer Association. Online condolences to reebfuneralhome.com
|Krumm, Frederick John (I255)
She was the second wife of Eli Edmond CRABILL who was born 11-24-1826 in Shenandoah Co., VA.
Eli and Sarah were married 02-03-1859 in Allen Co.,
Two children were born to Eli and Sarah:
Henry Morris Wesley CRABILL, b. 10-22-1860 Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH
Surilda Emma CRABILL, b. 10-15-1862 Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH
After her death, Eli married the widow Eliabeth CONWAY. Eli died in 1874.
|Morris, Sarah (I90)
|50||From the 1870 US census|
Name: George Morris
Age in 1870: 36
Birth Year: abt 1834
Dwelling Number: 300
Home in 1870: Monroe, Allen, Ohio
Post Office: Beaverdam
Male Citizen over 21: Y
Personal Estate Value: 655
Real Estate Value: 3600
Inferred Spouse: Sarah E Morris
Inferred Children: Margaret Morris
George Morris 36
Sarah E Morris 32
Margaret Morris 9
Henry Morris 8
Martin Morris 2
Lovina Morris 8/12
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From the 1880 US census
Name: George Moris
Birth Date: Abt 1834
Home in 1880: Monroe, Allen, Ohio, USA
Dwelling Number: 68
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital status: Married
Spouse's Name: Sarah Moris
Father's Birthplace: Kentucky
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Neighbors: View others on page
George Moris 46
Sarah Moris 42
Margret Moris 20
Henry Moris 18
Newton Moris 12
Levina Moris 10
John Moris 9
Ida Moris 6
Ira Moris 3
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1920 US census - some of the adult children still live with their widowed father.
Name: George Morris
Birth Year: abt 1834
Home in 1920: Monroe, Allen, Ohio
House Number: Farm
Residence Date: 1920
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital status: Widowed
Father's Birthplace: Kentucky
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Able to Speak English: Yes
Industry: general farm
Employment Field: Own Account
Home Owned or Rented: Owned
Home Free or Mortgaged: Free
Able to Read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Neighbors: View others on page
George Morris 86
Newton Morris 52
Annie S Morris 50
Ida M Morris 45
|Morris, George (I89)