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Charlie O'Connor

May 23, 2005 - Nov 21, 2023

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Dublin, OH

"Charlie O'Connor, age 18, joined his mother Eileen (Redmond) O'Connor in eternal rest on Tuesday, November 21, 2023. He is survived by his father, Patrick O'Connor, and sisters, Molly and Erin O'Connor. In addition to his mother Eileen, he is preceded in death by his Aunt Maureen (Redmond) Staudt, and his Grandpa, Ed Redmond. He will be deeply missed by his grandparents, Chuck and Carol O'Connor, and Grandma Kay Redmond; his aunts \u0026amp; uncles Carene O'Connor (Pete Bressoud), Mike O'Connor...Read More

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David Bernard Prince

Dec 14, 1952 - Feb 17, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Beloved husband, devoted father, cherished son, protective brother and dear friend David Bernard Prince, 71, of Dublin, Ohio, peacefully passed away on February 17, 2024 at Riverside Methodist Hospital surrounded by loved ones. David was born on December 14, 1952 to Bernard Prince and Christine (Prince) Franklin in Columbus, Ohio. David was a graduate of Walnut Ridge High School, Class of 1970 and went on to study psychology at The Ohio State University. In 1971, he met Karyn, and their love blossomed into marriage in 1975, going on to have two beautiful children, Kamilah and Kristin. David dedicated his professional career to working in sales and officially retired in 2019. David’s family meant more to him than anything else in the world, something he often shared. David was unendingly proud of Karyn, Kristin, Kamilah and his #1, late granddaughter Kali, the sparkle in his eye. He was always there to support them. David loved playing tennis and could often be found out on the tennis courts forging lasting friendships with anyone wanting to play. He was a devoted fan of the Cleveland Browns and all that comes with being a lifelong fan. He also loved music. David loved playing his standup bass and tinkering on the piano. Most recently he purchased a bass guitar and amplifier which was a testament to his ever-evolving love affair with music. He loved the timeless rhythms of jazz and the heartfelt melodies of country music, he had an appreciation for a diverse mix of genres. David also loved to sit out on the deck in his backyard with a cigar in one hand and drink in the other while listening to music, watching TV and spending time with family and friends. He loved lighting the grill and cooking up some foods for everyone - with ribs being his speciality. And you can’t forget his strong island ice teas. David’s vibrant spirit touched the hearts of all who knew him. He was loved by all and never met a stranger. He was jovial and always loved telling a good story or two. His laughter was contagious. Anyone who knew David knew that he was the most loving father and husband a family could ask for. David was preceded in death by his father Bernard, brother Mike Franklin and granddaughter, Kali. David is survived by his mother Christine Franklin, stepfather Wade Franklin, wife Karyn, children Kristin and Kamilah, siblings Ricky Prince, Craig Franklin, Denise Strickland and Ken Franklin. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and close friends. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 29, 2021 from 4 PM until 7 PM at Schoedinger Dublin, 5980 Perimeter Dr, Dublin, OH. A service will be held on Friday, March 1, 2023 at 11:00 AM at St. Philip Episcopal Church, 166 Woodland Ave, Columbus, OH. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in David’s name. http://fundraising.stjude.org/goto/DavidPrince Though David may no longer walk among us, his spirit will live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him. May he rest in peace, knowing that he was loved deeply and will be remembered fondly by all whose lives he touched.

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Arthur S. Cafarelli

Oct 31, 1945 - Feb 15, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Arthur S. Cafarelli, age 78, of Dublin, Ohio passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024. His complete obituary will be posted soon. A memorial service for Arthur will be held Friday, March 1, 2024 at 2:30 PM at Schoedinger Worthington, 6699 N High Street, Worthington, OH 43085, followed by a visitation from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

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Regina Hanneman

Aug 26, 1934 - Feb 10, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Regina Hanneman, age 89, of Dublin, died February 10, at Kobacker House. Survived by sons Greg, of Los Angeles, Matt, of Upper Arlington, Jim (Beth) of Dublin, Steve (Jennie) of Los Angeles; grandchildren Nick (Brooke), Max, Mitch, and Hailey. Arrangements by Schoedinger Dublin. A celebration of life will be held at the Ohio State Golf Course Clubhouse on May 10th. Details will be posted soon. The passing of a legend!???? Our Mom was a woman who lived life on her terms, invoked laughter on every turn, supported her family, and was a steadfast, loyal friend. Regina came into this world with a whip-smart mind and an adventurous spirit. As a teenager, she envisioned moving to Spain to become a dancer, clacking castanets doing the Flamenco. She even posed for an oil painting in a Spanish dress to mark the occasion. Luckily for us, life offered her another path where she would embrace the joys and challenge of motherhood, raising four spirited boys. Balancing the demands of our family’s real estate business, she would spend the better part of her time carting us to and from sports practices, and being an ardent supporter of any of our dreams and aspirations. Regina was introduced to golf as an escape, but this quickly transformed into a passion. She would approach golf as she would life, with a fierce determination that knew no bounds. On the course, she came to be known as "Reggie" – a name synonymous with resilience, tenacity, and a relentless competitive spirit that would see her winning two Club Championships and notching not one, not two, but three miraculous holes-in-one in her lifetime. Her short game was second to none. She blazed trails where others saw obstacles, refusing to take a back seat to any man, and inspiring those around her to do the same. Yes indeed, her views on women’s rights and equality in the home, at work, and on the playing field were ahead of her time. Reggie was beloved by her friends for her warm, infectious laughter and her rich storytelling. Her tales were filled with intricate details like a tapestry woven with seemingly endless colors of threads. Oftentimes they would go off on several tangents, but they would eventually circle back to the original point. Unapologetically herself, our mom was inclusive of everyone and brought her heart and soul to her friendships. Survived by four lovely grandchildren, she resisted the official title of grandma. Instead, her youthful spirit preferred the timeless moniker of “Gina.” They individually and collectively brought immense joy and pride to her life while creating memories that will be cherished forever. As an ever ending role model, she showed us it’s never too late when she went back to school later in life to get her masters in Sports Psychology while maintaining a 4.0. Her passing represents the transition to the next phase. We are confident that she is finishing a cup of tea with lemon, racing to the starters box to tee up for a quick round of golf with her departed friends. Our bet is that she will be the first in her foursome to drain a hole-in-one. She leaves an indelible mark on all those that love her. Whether you called her Regina, Reggie, Gina, or Mom, she will be missed and fondly remembered for her time here on earth.

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Gilbert Lee Sears

Nov 06, 1943 - Feb 11, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Gilbert Lee Sears, age 80, of Dublin, Ohio passed away on Sunday, February 11, 2024. A visitation for Gilbert will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Schoedinger Dublin, 5980 Perimeter Drive, Dublin, OH 43017, followed by a memorial service from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

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Doloris Faye Wirtz

Apr 15, 1929 - Feb 11, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Doloris Faye Wirtz, age 94, of Dublin, Ohio passed away on Sunday, February 11, 2024. A visitation for Doloris will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Schoedinger Dublin, 5980 Perimeter Drive, Dublin, OH 43017, followed by a memorial service from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

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Stephen V. Saltsman

Mar 05, 1942 - Feb 04, 2024

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Dublin, OH

SALTSMAN            Stephen V. Saltsman, 81, of London, died Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Dublin Methodist Hospital in the arms of his wife, surrounded by his loving family.            Born March 5, 1942, in Portsmouth, Ohio, he was a son of Robert L. Saltsman and Margaret Jean (Flannigan) Saltsman.            Steve graduated high school and went on to attend George Washington University. He began his career in 1960 with the F.B.I. in Washington D.C., the Ohio B.C.I. in 1965, and the Madison County Sheriff’s Auxiliary in 1966. He became a full-time deputy in 1972, and later became the Madison County Sheriff in 1980, where he remained until retirement in 2004.            He loved the community of London to which he continually served as part of the London Rotary Club, Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, Madison County Sheriff’s Auxiliary, Madison County Senior Center Board Member, member and past chair of the Madison County Republican Central Committee, and a former board member of the Madison County Board of Elections. Steve was also a member of the St. Patrick Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus Father Reidy Council# 1786.            Steve leaves behind his devoted wife of 62 years Donna (Gahm) Saltsman; children Teresa (Chris) Ames, Patricia (Jay) Olson, and Stephen V. Saltsman (Suzanne Jones); grandchildren Elizabeth Zamara, Josh (Kristina) Clifton, Zach (Danielle) Olson, Allie Olson, Elena Saltsman, and Claire Saltsman; great-grandchildren Madison Miller, Mavrik Clifton, Aria Mason, Maren Clifton, Crosley Olson, and Hayes Olson; brothers Bobby (Suzette) Saltsman and Pete Saltsman; in-laws Pam Saltsman, Mary Saltsman, Elaine (Lonnie) Brown, Rita K. Gahm, Judy (Russ) Kelley, Linda (Bill) Mark, Rita (Dave) Grimm; many nieces, nephews, and cousins, including special cousin Ruthann Figlestahler.            He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Tom Saltsman and Gus Saltsman; mother-in-law Pauline Binz, father-in-law Vancil Gahm; brothers-in-law Gary (Joyce) Gahm and Larry Gahm, sister-in-law Patricia Gahm.            The family will receive friends for visitation on Friday, February 9, 2024, from 4:00 – 8:00 PM in the Froning Center of St. Patrick School, 226 Elm Street, London, Ohio 43140. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Saturday, February 10, 2024, in St. Patrick Catholic Church, 61 South Union Street, London, Ohio 43140, with Father Anthony Dinovo officiating and with Father Mark Ghiloni concelebrating. Interment will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery.            To honor Steve’s service to his community, please consider the following donations: The Madison County Sheriff ‘s Auxiliary, P.O. Box 558, London, Ohio 43140, the Madison County Senior Center, 280 West High Street London, Ohio 43140, or the London Rotary Club District #6670, c/o Marshall Geib, Treasurer, 275 Thames Court, London, Ohio 43140.            The family is being served by the EBERLE-FISHER FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, 103 North Main Street, London, Ohio 43140, where condolences are encouraged to be shared online at www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.

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Dennis L. Bentz

Jul 19, 1945 - Feb 02, 2024

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Dublin, OH

"Dennis L. Bentz born July 19, 1945 in Wellsville, OH. He was the youngest of 6 children. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clarence \u0026amp; Anna Bentz, as well as his brothers Gerald, Jim and Jack. Denny is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Linda Bentz (Smith) was by his side these last 4 years as he battled cancer. He also survived by his children , Corin Cunningham (Brian), Dennis Bentz II (Laura) and Shawn Bentz (Dianna) as well as grandchildren Colt Cunningham (Katie), Jason Cunningham (Lindsey), Seth Bentz (Kaila) and Sara Bentz. He is also survived by his 3 great grandsons Lucas, Cass and Bowen Cunningham. Denny worked at Worthington Industries for over 30 years and when he retired he worked at Big Western lanes as he had a real passion for bowling. He then worked for a few years at Walmart Optical Distribution and lastly he finished his working career working for Worthington Schools. Denny loved his family and his memory will continue in our hearts forever. Rest high on the mountain dad, your work on earth is through. Thank you to the Kobacker House for the loving care of our husband, father, and grandfather. The family held a private celebration of life at Denny’s request."

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Suzanne Evelyn Smith

Jul 05, 1934 - Jan 31, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Suzanne Evelyn Smith, age 89, of Dublin, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. The arrangements for Suzanne Evelyn Smith are under the care and direction of Schoedinger Dublin and are pending at this time. For more information, please feel free to call the office at 614-224-8140.

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Marvin Albert Neubig Sr

Dec 31, 1936 - Jan 30, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Marvin Albert Neubig Sr was born on December 31, 1936, in Columbus, Ohio to the late Raymond and Eleanor Neubig. He passed away peacefully in his home, surrounded by his wife and children, on January 30, 2024 in Dublin, Ohio. For 57 years, he was the loving husband of Barbara Lee Neubig. He was the devoted father of seven children: Marvin Neubig Jr., Sharon Neubig (deceased), Dianne (Dennis) Rider, Dean (Luiza) Neubig, Tammy (Michael) Dudley, Chris (Holly) Neubig, and Jennifer (Yousef) Nimer. Marvin will be deeply missed by his 22 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, and step-brother John DeVore. He is preceded in death by his parents Raymond and Eleanor; siblings Raymond Neubig Jr., Shirley Vesco, Norman Neubig Sr.; and daughter Sharon. From 1957 to 1959 Marvin was a radio Communication Specialist in the United States Army. Following his honorable discharge from the Army, Marvin worked at the Oregon State Hospital where One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest was filmed (he always loved to share that fun fact). Marvin was a graduate of The Ohio State University, where he earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. He remained a lifelong Buckeye fan until the very end, and passed down his love of Buckeye football to all of his children and grandchildren. From 1973 – 1993 Marvin was a high school principal – first at McComb Local School District and then North Central Schools in Pioneer, Ohio. He was loved by students and teachers alike, who gave him the nickname “Marvelous Marv.” He always went above and beyond to pitch-in wherever needed, whether it be telling the joke of the day, playing guitar, driving a school bus, organizing a Russian exchange program, coaching sports, or taking his volleyball team toilet-papering and playing pranks on the other coaches! Marvin was known for his warm heart, infectious laughter, and unrivaled sense of humor. Aside from being an avid Buckeye fan, Marvin loved camping, fishing, boating, or anything outdoors. His family and friends hold dear the cherished moments spent listening to him strumming his guitar and singing by the campfire, creating unforgettable memories that will be treasured by all who knew him. A celebration of Marvin’s life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Robert Paisley Armour

Apr 15, 1944 - Jan 28, 2024

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Dublin, OH

Robert Paisley Armour, age 79, passed away peacefully at home on January 28th, 2024. Robert “Bob” was born in Toronto, Ohio on April 15th, 1944 to Ruth and Robert Armour. Bob was preceded in death by his younger sister, Karen Wiley and older sister, Betty Ann Dunn, both of whom he loved very much. Bob grew up in a small farming community where neighbors took care of one another. After losing his father at the age of 14, little Bobby quickly became the “man of the house,” for his mother and two sisters. He’d cook them dinner every night and then take an extra serving up the road to his ailing grandfather, where he would spend the night. This upbringing helped form the caring, compassionate man he would become. Bob always thought of others, putting their interests before himself, and was happy for other people’s good fortune. Bob attended undergraduate school at The Ohio State University, served in Vietnam as an officer for the U.S. Army, and returned to OSU to study law and earn his JD. He loved OSU so much that when TBDBITL took the field, tears came to his eyes. After law school, Bob found his calling in construction management, where he would work professionally for his entire career. He built everything from Red Roof Inn’s and office buildings to bridges, levees and water treatment facilities. In 1973, Bob had the good fortune of meeting Mary Margaret Miller on a blind date, and the rest is history. Bob and Marg welcomed two sons, Cory and Brady, into their family. He adored his sons, forming such a tight bond over the years that he even officiated both of their weddings. Bob loved his family and friends fiercely, and they all loved him back. He always took the time to pick up the phone and call them to see how they were doing. He loved mailing them newspaper articles he thought were interesting, or of something that reminded him of them. Bob was funny, smart, had a sharp wit, loved to laugh and have a good time. If ever there was a handyman, it was Bob Armour. He could build and fix anything and was an expert at working on cars and boats. Bob often lent a hand over the years helping his sons and friends work on their projects as well. If he couldn’t fix it, he’d jimmy-rig it! Bob spent his free-time boating on Lake Erie, where the CatawbaBoba was a legend on the lake. He also enjoyed volunteering at Stratford Farms and playing the baritone in numerous community bands. Bob will certainly be missed, but he will forever live on in the hearts and minds of all those who knew and loved him, including his wife, Marg, his son Cory and wife Gentry, his son Brady and wife Lesley, numerous nieces and nephews, and more friends than we can count. The family would like to thank the Ohio Health medical staff who provided wonderful care to Bob over the past few years, especially Dr.’s Kloda, Krishna and Schroeder. A Celebration of Life will be held on February 9th, 2024, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm with a service at 3:00 pm at Schoedinger Dublin Funeral Home; 5980 Perimeter Drive Dublin, Ohio 43017. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dublin Community Bands, Stratford Ecological Center, or the Delaware Community Concert Band.

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