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Sharon Miracle

Nov 30, 1959 - Nov 30, 2023

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Columbus, OH

Sharon Lynn Miracle was born on February 1, 1959 in Columbus, Ohio to Roland Woods and Patricia Wells. She worked for Limited Brands for 27 years. She loved her dog Maddie, arts and crafts. Sharon will be deeply missed by her husband Ronald Miracle of 30 years; children Tyler, Karen, Erin (Chris) Ronnie (Krystal), Amanda (Shawn), Frog, Samantha (Mark), Ashley (John, Jamie (Evert), Jesica (Allen), Jimmy (Hayleigh), Julie (Anthony), Joseph (Deidre); 42 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; sisters...Read More

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Jacqueline W. Joyce

Sep 24, 1953 - Feb 26, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Jacqueline W. Joyce, age 70. Sunrise September 24, 1953 and Sunset February 26, 2024. Visitation 9:00 AM and Funeral Service 10:00 AM Friday, March 8, 2024 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.). Interment at Green Lawn Cemetery. Please keep the family in your prayer as they write Jacqueline’s obituary.

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Vickie Dorese Thomas

Jul 19, 1955 - Feb 20, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Never thought this day would come this soon. Vickie Dorese Thomas was born on July 19, 1955. She departed this earthly life on February 20, 2024. She loved movies, jewelry, and staying to herself a true homebody. She was a beautiful soul who made the whole room shine beyond measure. She was a great mother and grandmother who went above and beyond for her kids and grandkids. She always told us, “Cherish your family ‘cause one day they might not be here.” Her last wish was to get the family back together again how it used to be. She loved her bears and knicknacks; she said they made her happy. She always wanted to travel and get a rope tattoo around her arm. She would always say, “You’re as young as you feel!” Although she’s no longer with us she will be carried on through our memories. We will carry her with us forever and always. Sometimes I wish you could come back, but I don’t want you to suffer again. I know you are with me and I will always love and miss you with all my heart. Until we meet again! She was preceded in death by her mother, Geraldine Smalls; father, Victor Thomas; sisters, Bertha Westmoreland and Tina Martin; brothers, Charles Booth and Elrecco Thomas, Sr.; grandson, Sinnea Thomas, Jr.; and daughter-in-law, Tamieka Ross. Left to cherish her memories are her sister, Claire Ann Coleman; children, Sinnea Thomas, Sr., Tishamina Thomas, Atiya Thomas, and Terri Skaggs; bonus daughter/granddaughter, Myisha Thomas; and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. To to the family or in memory of Vickie Dorese Thomas, please

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Paul H. Slack

Apr 28, 1938 - Feb 28, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Paul H. Slack, 85, of Mount Perry, passed away at 9:34 a.m. Wednesday February 28, 2024 at the Ohio State University Medical Center. He was born on April 28, 1938 in Zanesville, a son of the late Paul W. and Goldie E. (Brown) Slack. He graduated from Zanesville High School in 1956. He served in the United States Air Force as an aviation mechanic. He married L. Irene Thompson on October 24, 1959. They were lifetime members of the White Cottage Church of the Brethren. He was an electrician at Columbia Cement Plant. He was very active in the White Cottage Community Days, enjoyed discussing local politics, and enjoyed the sales of various and unique products. He is survived by three children. His son Greg (Debbie) Slack and their children Jeremy (Kelly) Slack, Jenny (Konrod) Morris, Jessica (Nick) Stevens; His daughter Vesta (Randy) Cavinee and their children Katie (Doug) Dodson, Mollie (Bo) Lewis; His son David (Tina) Slack and his son Bendigo. 17 great-grandchildren. Two sisters Mary Jane (Bill) Kirkbride and Martha Jarrett. Sister-in-law Loreita Slack. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife L. Irene Slack. One brother Bob Slack. Friends may call from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Sunday March 3, 2024 at William Thompson & Son Funeral Home 5765 Gladstone Drive where funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday March 4, 2024. Burial will be in Wesley Union Cemetery. To to the family or in memory of Paul H. Slack, please

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George Harvey III

Mar 09, 1933 - Feb 12, 2024

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Columbus, OH

George Harvey III, 90, passed away peacefully at home on February 12, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. George was born on March 9, 1933, in Moorefield, West Virginia. He was the oldest of five children to parents Mary Jane and George Harvey II. He is preceded in death by loving wife Joan the mother of his children, his parents, and his brothers Richard (Dick) Harvey, Raymond (Rab) Harvey and Vernon (Flat) Harvey.He is survived by his sister Mildred Redman and his four children Chris Harvey, Victor Harvey, Carollyn Harvey, and Neil (Emily) Harvey. His loving grandchildren, Shaun Charlton, Jolyn Harvey, Parker Harvey, Victor Harvey Jr, George Harvey, Phillip Harvey, Angel Rose Harvey, great grandson Ray Adderly Jr and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews.George graduated, with honors, from Sanders High School. After graduation, he attended West Virginia State University on an athletic scholarship. He was later drafted to the United States Army and proudly served his country. He was primarily stationed in Okinawa Japan from 1954 – 1961 during the Korean War. George joined the Columbus Metro Federal Credit Union in 1967 eventually becoming president in 1975. He focused on generating more business by making the credit union more accessible, eventually relocating the Defense Supply Center Columbus branch to 4000 E Broad St. After thirty years of service, he retired from the credit union in 1997 but stayed busy selling real estate and was the co-owner of Columbus Auto Leasing Company. In April 2008 George was inducted into the West Virginia All Black Schools Sports and Academic Hall of Fame for his outstanding academics and basketball career where he received multiple accolades and awards. Although he loved side jobs, George’s true passion was golf, playing nearly every week well into his late 80’s, often with people much younger than him who had a hard time keeping up. He followed nearly all the professional tours and was an expert in player statistics, courses, trends, as well as established and upcoming talent. George loved to tinker around with home projects and was a DIY master who could build nearly anything whenever he wasn't giving orders to tell you how to do it. He also had a love for writing, becoming a published author with a stirring and thought-provoking collection of short stories and poems.Blessed with longevity, George truly had a fulfilling and wonderful life, he will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. George will be laid to rest at Glen Rest Memorial Estates in Reynoldsburg Ohio. Funeral Services will be private.

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David (Elmo) Joseph Loomis Jr.

Feb 13, 1965 - Feb 13, 2024

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Columbus, OH

David (Elmo) Joseph Loomis Jr. was born in Columbus, Ohio on February 13, 1965. After a sudden decline in his health, he unexpectedly departed this life on his 59th birthday on February 13, 2024.David is survived by his loving wife, Beth Loomis, his only daughter, Ashley O'Rourke, and his four sons, David, Joshua, Matthew, and Tyler Loomis, his Son-in-law, Kevin O'Rourke. Known as 'Pepaw' to his six grandsons, Bryce and Ryley O'Rourke, David, Ryan, Michael, and Leo Loomis, and his only granddaughter, Emma Loomis. He is also survived by his father, David Loomis, his stepmother, Pam Loomis, his sister, Mary Friend, his brother, John Loomis, his stepbrother, John Wagner, and many other relatives and friends. David was predeceased by his mother, Mary Loomis, and his brother, Andrew Loomis.Arrangements are being handled by Shaw-Davis Funeral Home, located at 34 W 2nd Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43201.Please join us in remembering David and honoring his life. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.Thank you for your generous support during this challenging time. It is deeply appreciated

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Yolaine Barreau

May 03, 1956 - Feb 14, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Yolaine Barreau, 67, departed this world for somewhere better on February 14th 2024 in Columbus, Ohio. Yolaine was born in Pétion-Ville, Haiti on May 3rd, 1956. She is survived by her daughter Cassandra, her brothers: Erby and Julio, and her sisters: Marie Denise, Andrelita, Juliette, and Josiane.Preceded in death by her parents Honorine D. Fonrose and Andre Barreau and her sister Marie Ange.Visitation and Funeral Services will be held starting at 9AM Saturday, February 24th 2024 at Shaw-Davis Funeral Home at 4341 N High Street Columbus Ohio 43214.

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Philip Leighton Judy

May 27, 1966 - Feb 15, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Philip Leighton Judy, 57, of Columbus, Ohio passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024, after a courageous battle with cancer.Phil was born on May 27, 1966, to parents Nancy and David, in Columbus, Ohio. Phil was a 1984 graduate of Beechcroft High School. After graduation, he attended the Ohio State University and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Theater. While at OSU, Phil was proud to be a third-generation member of the Chi Phi Fraternity, where he later served on the Chi Phi board. After pursuing a career in acting in Chicago for a few years, Phil returned to Columbus where he attended Capital University Law School and received his law degree in 1997. He remained a lawyer for the rest of his life.Phil's biggest passion was any activity involving his kids. He particularly loved coaching their softball, baseball, football, and basketball teams when they were young. He coached and watched them play countless games and musical events with tremendous pride and enthusiasm. At church, Phil also found great joy in singing with the praise team, directing the children’s choir, and assisting with the church Christmas pageant. Phil loved all things sports, playing, watching, attending, listening, and talking about sports. He loved his Buckeyes the most. Phil also cherished having his two cats, Oscar and Lola, by his side.Phil was preceded in death by his mother Nancy Westervelt, and his father David Judy. He leaves behind his daughter Olivia Judy, son Jackson Judy, sister Melissa (Shawn) Fletcher, Nephew Luke Smith, Lora Baeumel, brothers in friendship, Chuck Alitzer and John Mathew, and countless friends from school, work, and church.Funeral services will be held at Liberty Presbyterian Church in Delaware, Ohio on February 27, 2024, at 4 PM. A reception will immediately follow the service at Liberty. Family will be available an hour prior to the service for calling from friends. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you send donations to Liberty Presbyterian Church at libertybarnchurch.com.

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Christopher Duffie

Sep 21, 1981 - Feb 20, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Christopher Duffie, our angel on earth, is now our angel in heaven. Christopher went to be with the Lord Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at the age of 42, while his mom and brother were at his side. He was a long time resident of Heinzerling Memorial Foundation in Columbus, Ohio and he loved all of his nurses, caregivers and teachers. The family appreciates the love, kindness and compassion shown to Christopher over the years. Christopher was known for his giant smile and love of watching game shows, movies and baseball. Christopher is preceded in death by his father, Michael Duffie and his uncle, Donnie Brown. Christopher is survived by his mother, Diane Duffie of Orange Beach, AL, his brother, Austin Duffie of Collierville, TN, his nephew, Summit Duffie of Collierville, TN, his grandmother, Brenda Lewis (Kim) of Montgomery, AL, his uncle, Harv Brown (Dixie) of LaPine, AL and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Christopher’s honor to the Heinzerling Memorial Foundation at 1800 Heinzerling Drive, Columbus, OH 43223.The family will host a private memorial for Christopher to be held in Orange Beach, Alabama at a later date.

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Roger L Radcliff

Sep 05, 1952 - Feb 20, 2024

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Columbus, OH

Roger L Radcliff passed away peacefully with his children by his side on Wednesday, February 20th at Riverside Hospital at the age of 71. Roger was born on September 5, 1952 in Columbus Ohio to Herbert and Gladys Radcliff, who proceed him in death. Also proceeding his death, his wife of 20 years, Yvonne (Branham) Radcliff. Surviving family are his daughter, Melissa (Mark) Evans and son, Roger A Radcliff, grandchildren, Mark (Maria) Evans, Matthew Evans and great-grandson, Mason. He also leaves behind many dear and loyal friends.Roger grew up and remained in the Linden area where he attended North High School, graduating in 1971. He made many life long friends throughout his years and kept in touch with most. He always had a story to tell about the good times he had.Roger married Yvonne in 1981 and they have two children that are now grown. He was known at home for his one liners, words of wisdom and making Saturday morning pancakes. He was also known to educate his children and their friends of new vocabulary words and phrases while he was driving, unintentionally of course. Many laughs and great memories were made and cherished.He worked for the City of Columbus as a street maintenance investigator and retired in 2011 after 30 dedicated years of employment. He took pride in his work with the City and enjoyed what he did and the people he worked with.Roger was a loving husband and hardworking father, always making sure his family came first and was