Oct 26, 1985 - Nov 28, 2023
Mar 03, 1948 - Feb 05, 2024
Edna Sears, 75, passed away Monday, February 5, 2024, at her home. She was blessed to have been under the care of her son Corey and his wife Jodi during the years of her illness before her passing. Edna was born on March 3, 1948, in Columbus, Ohio to her parents Charles Joseph McQuillan and Barbara Elizabeth Chandler. Edna married Norman C. Sears and kept their home and raised their two sons. Edna leaves to cherish her memory her sons Corey (Jodi Dale) Sears and Norman B. (Rebekah) Sears; her brother Joseph (Amy) McQuillan; sister Mary Clemens; and her beloved grandchildren Natasha, Alexis, Colton, Emma, Ryan, and Lydia. She joins in rest her husband Norman C. Sears; parents Charles and Barbara Sears; and her beloved dachshund Abby. She will be dearly missed.Edna was a strong and immovable woman. She knew where she stood, and she would directly tell you where you stood with her. She took her role in life seriously and was thus respected. She was tough, independent, loving and a protector. She and her family referred to her as “The Boss” and every bit of that title was earned and true.In addition to her strong character, Edna was also in touch with the gentler aspects of life. She was an all-around crafty individual. She loved to sew and paint. She also loved to tend to her garden and flowers. Most notably, she had a thriving collection of cacti and was even able to have them bloom regularly. This speaks to her nurturing nature. She loved to and was a phenomenal cook and with the produce she grew in her garden, she would can what was not immediately used for the months to come.Edna was raised, practiced, and nurtured her Catholic faith throughout her life. This foundation of faith led her to be strong in her convictions and a dutiful mother and wife. She built and raised a loving family that has passed on her family traditions and mourns her loss with heavy hearts. Edna lived a good life in tune with the values of her faith and the memory she leaves behind for us to cherish is one of admiration and respect, as someone known as “The Boss” should be.Arrangements were made with Snyder Funeral Homes, DeVore Chapel. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in Edna’s memory to The Kidney Foundation. Thank you for your generosity.
Jun 26, 1964 - Feb 16, 2024
Brenda Jinks, a devoted mother, beloved friend, and passionate animal lover, passed away on February 16, 2024, at the age of 59 from Lexington Court Care Center. Her untimely departure leaves a profound void in the hearts of all who knew her.Born on June 26, 1964, in Crestline, Ohio she was the daughter of Mindy (Ward) Jinks. Brenda was a beacon of kindness and compassion throughout her life. Her love for animals, particularly her cherished beagles, was evident to all who crossed her path. Tragically, Brenda's life took an unexpected turn when she slipped and hurt her back while caring for her dogs and endured a series of surgeries, facing complications that ultimately led to her passing. Despite the challenges she faced, Brenda approached each day with resilience and unwavering determination.Brenda's legacy of love and devotion lives on through her daughter, Misty Ridinger, who resides in Pennsylvania with her six children (Brenda's six grandchildren) and works as a nurse to support them. In this time of mourning, Misty and her family are faced with the burden of arranging Brenda's final services. As they navigate through this difficult period, any support extended to assist the family financially would be greatly appreciated.
Sep 22, 1977 - Feb 12, 2024
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Christopher Campbell on February 12, 2024. Born on September 22, 1977, Christopher brought joy and warmth to all who knew him. His unexpected departure leaves a void in our lives that can never be filled. Christopher will be dearly missed by his family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing him.He is survived by his Father James Campbell; Children Ethan Campbell, Rhiannon Campbell; Brother Jerry Campbell.He is proceeded in death by his Mother Betty Campbell; Sister Jodi Campbell.
Holly Jean (Veach) Thomas
Dec 25, 1952 - Feb 06, 2024
Holly Jean (Veach) Thomas, age 71, passed away February 6, 2024, at home after a long battle with cancer.She was born in Ashland, Ohio on December 25, 1952, and she was the daughter of the late Betty (Smith) Wilburn and Robert Veach.Holly attended both Mansfield Senior High School and Shelby Senior High School. She retired from the State of Ohio Department of Youth Services in Activity Therapy Administration with 21 years of service.Holly married Roy Thomas with whom she celebrated 52 years of marriage.She loved all animals, especially the horses and dogs she had thru the years. She was the type of person that if she said she was your friend, she was a true friend. Holly had many talents; she had a beautiful singing voice and could play many music instruments. She was also an artist and loved growing house plants and trying different food dishes out on her husband. She loved to read and listen to books on the radio as she drove her car.Holly is survived by her husband Roy Thomas of Lucas; her son Neil Thomas of Hains, Alaska; her sisters Christine Nolan of Bellville and Vicki Arnholt of Perrysville; her brother Matt Wilburn of Tennessee; 6 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her daughter Chanell E. Brow and her sister Deb Kiser.A private family service will be held at a later date.Snyder Funeral Home - Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Holly’s family and encourages you to share a memory or condolence to the¬m at SnyderFuneralHomes.com
Jan 22, 1939 - Feb 09, 2024
Alice-Svea Clayton went to be with the Lord on February 9, 2024. Born in Quebec, Svea immigrated to Ohio in her late 20’s with her husband and children.She loved her Buckeyes. She loved her buckeyes as much as any Ohioan.An amazing woman, she was generous and kind. Svea had a sensitive spirit and wore her heart on her sleeve. She was truly a Proverb’s 31 woman. Mom, you are so loved!!Svea was preceded in death by her parents Mary and Godfrey, son Christian and brother Robert.Survived by her son Cameron, daughter Jennifer (Scott), and grandchildren: Jonathan, Aaron, Corey, Jessica, and Jacob. Services will be held privately for family and calling hours will not be observed. Arrangements entrusted to Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center.Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com
Shawn B. Tuttle
Apr 19, 1973 - Feb 05, 2024
In Loving Memory of Shawn B. TuttleApril 19, 1973 – February 5, 2024It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Shawn B. Tuttle, a beloved husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Shawn fought valiantly against pancreatic cancer, surrounded by the unwavering love of his life, Cassie Tuttle. He departed this world on February 5, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, courage, and cherished memories.Shawn is survived by children, Alaynna and Chance, his parents, Gary Sr. and Donna, his brother Gary Jr., his sister Robin and his nieces and nephew that filled his heart with hope and love. He was also embraced by his loving in-laws, Don and Tammy Stotts. Shawn's impact extended far as he will be eternally missed by friends and coworkers who will honor his legacy.A man of adventure, strong will, warmth and an easy smile, Shawn's life was a testament to his unwavering belief in love, family, and the pursuit of a fulfilling existence. His positive attitude, love of life, friends and family, and devotion to Cassie was evident in the strength and grace with which he faced the challenges of his illness.Shawn's message to all who knew him was one of full speed ahead. He encouraged all around him not to waste a single moment, to express their love openly, and to craft their lives into the best stories they could be. His spirit will forever echo the sentiment that life is a precious gift to be cherished.Shawn found joy in the simple pleasures of life – from the thrill riding his Harley, dirt-biking and snowmobiling to the warmth of a sunny day or evening bonfire. At times, Shawn would play guitar and sing a country song and when he did, all watched because he gave his all. Famously, Shawn believed in Dirt Bikes and Jesus and his genuine kindness endeared him to many. A culinary artist with a barbecue, Shawn's love for cooking reflected his passion for bringing people together and caring for each other.Shawn Tuttle leaves behind a legacy of love and kindness that will continue to resonate in the hearts of all who were touched by his presence. His memory will forever be engraved in the minds of those who experienced the profound impact of his love and generosity.As we mourn the loss of Shawn, let us also celebrate the rich tapestry of his life, remembering the joy he brought to us and the indelible mark he left on the world. As we bury our brother, let us acknowledge that the life we lived alongside Shawn changed us. We will live on, and honor that a part of him is a part of us until our final day. May Shawn rest in eternal peace, and may we find comfort in the cherished moments we shared with him.Friends may call on Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 11am – 1pm at the Snyder Funeral Home – Lasater Chapel. A memorial service will follow, beginning at 1pm, with Pastor Marvin Haught officiating.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family and left at the funeral home.To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.comThe Snyder Funeral Home – Lasater Chapel is honored to serve the family of Shawn B. Tuttle.Legacy Touch fingerprintPIN number for Shawn:D8QHGTDRPlace an order by visitingwww.LegacyTouch.com
Jul 29, 1954 - Feb 01, 2024
It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that we announce the passing of Connie Maglott, born on July 29, 1954, and departed from this world on February 1, 2024. Connie leaves behind a legacy of love, warmth, and joy that will forever be cherished by those who were fortunate enough to know her.Connie was a devoted wife to her loving husband, Lester (Russel) Maglott Jr. Their union was a testament to enduring love and companionship that spanned decades. Together, they shared countless moments of laughter, support, and unwavering devotion.A nurturing soul, Connie found immense joy in running a daycare at her home, where she touched the lives of numerous children with her kindness and genuine care. Her home became a haven of laughter and learning, a place where children thrived under her nurturing guidance.One of Connie's unique passions was her love for lifelike baby dolls, which she would lovingly dress up and take with her wherever she went. This hobby brought her immense joy and sparked smiles in those around her. Her enthusiasm for the little joys in life extended to her love for goodwill shopping, where she found treasures and shared the thrill of discovering hidden gems with friends and family.Connie and Lester also enjoyed the simple pleasures of life, often spending quality time together riding in their truck, exploring the world around them. Their shared adventures were filled with laughter, love, and the comfort that comes from a lifetime of companionship.Above all, Connie held a special place in her heart for her grandkids and family. Her eyes would light up with joy at the mere mention of their names, and the time spent together created precious memories that will be cherished for generations to come.As we say our goodbyes to Connie Maglott, let us remember her for the love she shared, the joy she brought, and the warmth that radiated from her gentle spirit. May she rest in peace, surrounded by the love she so freely gave during her time on this earth.Other than her husband Connie is survived by her children Lee (Jen) Strouse, Joey (Samantha) Strouse, Glenn (Hope) Maglott; Brothers Dusty(Mellissa) Yocum; Sisters Beckey Swain, Sharon (Tom) Hallman-Coulson, Reberta Yocum; Grandchildren Michael (Sarah) Maglott, Samantha Maglott, Anna Maglott, Austin (Brittany) Shafer, Kalob Shafer, Landon Collins, Franki (Billi) Rice, Amanda (Ryan) Teal, Erica (Ben) Mutholond, Lillian (Kirk) Moss, Koleton (Katlin) Strouse, Cody (Court) Hess, Wayne Hess, Zoe Strouse, Ava Strouse; Great-Grandchildren Jeffery Rice, Liam Rice, Bentlee Rice, Chevy Teal, Aiden Teal, Phoenyx Teal, Payton Mutholond, Rylee Mutholond, Quenton Durbin, Kody Mutholond, Braydenn Strouse, Landyn Strouse, Lakelynd Strouse, Brantly Hess, Kaiden Moss.The family will be having calling hours Wednesday February 7th from 5pm to 7pm with a service officiated by Pastor Wade Wolfe Thursday February 8th at 11am, at the Fredericktown Snyder Funeral Homes 33 East College street Fredericktown Ohio.Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve the family of Connie Maglott.
Oct 12, 1938 - Jan 26, 2024
David Rinehart went to rest January 26, 2024. He was born October 12, 1938 in Mansfield and was the son of Elizabeth Rinehart (McCaw) and Lewis Henry Rinehart. He was preceded in death by his parents, his siblings, and his wife Marilyn. He is survived by his daughter Tammy (Bill) and her children Chistopher, Katrina, great grandchildren Emery and Margot, his son Tim (Veronica), grandsons Michael, Robby and Daniel (Gabrielle) and his beloved cockatoo Dillon.David lived his life very modestly in Ontario where he and his wife Marilyn raised their family and many pets, too numerous to mention. He loved hosting family cookouts and pool parties. He retired from Copperweld (Shelby) in 1999 where he worked as a Plant 1 Supervisor for over 35 years and attended Shenandoah Church in Shiloh.David enjoyed being outdoors, relaxing on his front porch, going to drag races and car shows. Most of all, he was an avid Cleveland sports fan. He rarely missed a Browns, Cavaliers or Guardians game. He was appreciative of his family and friends, especially his son Tim and his family who took care of him to the end of his illness. His best friend Ken (Laura) Grimm will forever hold a special place in our hearts for the immense friendship and devotion to helping David throughout many years. The two of them spent many hours tinkering with projects or driving around town to get ice cream.David was a kind and generous man who never said an ill word about anyone, never wished for more than he had, and never wanted to inconvenience anyone. Even at the end of his life when we knew his cancer was very painful he never complained. David ended every conversation with “Welp, I guess it’s as good as it gets.”
Morgan Eugene Harlor
Dec 02, 1934 - Jan 22, 2024
It is with great sadness that the family of Morgan Eugene (Gene) Harlor announce his passing on Monday, January 22, 2024, at the age of 89. He was born on December 2, 1934, in Columbus, Ohio to Sheldon Harlor and Dorothy Kellett. He was one of 12 in his graduating class from New Albany High School in 1952. Gene entered the U.S. Army on November 6, 1957. He was sent overseas to Germany after basic training. He returned to the United States and entered the U.S. Army Reserves on September 16, 1959. He was discharged from the Army on November 5, 1963. While serving, Gene received the Good Conduct Medal.Gene was a deeply spiritual man who shared God’s love with others. He was an inspiration to all who knew him and was loved and admired by many. He was an example of a man driven by his purpose and faith in God. The impact of Gene’s life will be felt for years to come. During Gene’s life he enjoyed both playing and watching golf and taking golf vacations with his wife and close friends. He loved watching his beloved Ohio State Buckeyes, spending time with the love of his life, Maggie, and their family, and enjoyed watching all his grandchildren grow and become amazing adults.Gene was preceded in death by his parents, Sheldon Harlor and Dorothy Kellett; and grandparents, William, and Rhea Kellett. Gene is survived by his beloved wife Margaret (Maggie) Harlor; children Deanna Yoshimura, Debora Harlor, Angela Hamilton, Natalie (Greg) Barenthin, and Daniel Gabriel; grandchildren Joseph (Sammantha) Yoshimura, Emi Yoshimura, Savannah Bever, Hannah Barenthin, River Hamilton, and Skye Hamilton; and three great-grandchildren.Please join Gene’s family in celebrating his life on Saturday, February 3, 2024. A Celebration of Life service will begin at 2:00 followed by a time to visit with family and friends until 4:00 in the worship center at Sunbury Christian Church, 870 Admiral Drive, Sunbury, OH 43074In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that remembrances be made in the form of contributions to your favorite charity in Gene’s name.“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7Snyder Funeral Homes, DeVore Chapel is honored to serve the Harlor Family with funeral arrangements. Please share a memory of Gene or a message of condolence with the family at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com
Patricia Ann Meese
Jan 01, 1960 - Jan 14, 2024
On Sunday, January 14, 2024, Patricia Ann Meese, a loving mother, and great-grandmother, returned to her heavenly home at the age of 64 after a six-year battle with cancer. Trish, as everyone referred to her as, was born on January 1, 1960, to Effie L. and Robert J. Spaulding in Middletown, Connecticut and eventually moved to Ohio, where she attended Groveport Madison High School. Trish was a member of the Delaware Christian Church and loved to share her faith with her family and friends, her devotion to her family and her firm belief in God supported her in her struggle and ultimately gave her peace.Trish's hobbies were crocheting gifts for her family, gardening with her oldest daughter and grandchildren, searching for the best thrift stores, and enjoying breakfast and lunch in little out of the way diners with her youngest daughter.Patricia was best known for her fierce determination and generous spirit. She is survived by her mother, Effie; brother, Troy; son, Aaron; her three daughters, Danielle, Dalilah and Alexis; grandchildren, Sarina, Kylee, Aubree, Avery, Brieanna, Gavin, Logan, Quinn, Weston, and great-grandchildren, Brielle, Joshua, and Jrue; sister-in-law, Holly; nephew, Jess; niece, Tory; special aunt, Sandy who was more like a sister; and numerous other family members around the country. Patricia was preceded in death by her father, Robert J. Spaulding, Sr.; brothers, Robert J. Spaulding, Jr. and Jonathan Spaulding.A memorial service will be held in the future, details will be announced.