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Robert E. Haseman - SaukValley.com

Monday, August 15, 2016

He was born Nov. 27, 1925, in Long Grove to Ernest and Alma (Sauer) Haseman. He married Lucille J. Linneman on Sept. 17, 1949.Robert served in the Army in Germany, and worked for Thompson Wire in Franklin Park before purchasing his dream farm, which he farmed until retirement.He loved baseball, especially the White Sox, and played on the DeKalb County Farm Bureau 35’ers team for years. Robert also loved bowling and was inducted into the Bowling Hall of Fame. He also enjoyed hunting and gardening, and shared his produce with many.Robert is survived by Lucille, his wife of 66 years; children Larry (Cathy), Alan (Martha), Richard (Molly), Brad, Patricia (David) McNutt, Timothy (Lisa), and Dean (Beth); 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren and one more due in September; sister Vivian Gosch; sisters-in-law Irma and Marion Haseman; brother-in-law Donald (Emily) Linneman; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.He was preceded in death by sisters Arlene Meyer and Bernice Haseman; brothers Leslie and Howard Haseman; and brothers-in-law Robert Meyer and Robert Gosch. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 12760 Lee Road in Hinckley, with a luncheon to follow at the church. Burial will be at a later date at Rand Hill Cemetery.Arrangements were completed by Butala Funeral Home and Cremator...

Limerick Man, 61, Loved Family, Fishing, Music - Limerick, PA Patch - Patch.com

Monday, August 01, 2016

Most importantly, he loved time spent with his wife, children and grandchildren.In addition to his loving wife of 35 years, Mr. Fray is survived by daughter, Jamie L. (Fray), wife of Thomas Dupras of Franklin Park, NJ and son, Michael A. Fray of Limerick; grandchildren: Brandon T. and Hailey B. Dupras; step-sister: Diane Hafer of FL; and step-brother: T.J. Eitel, IV of FL. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral ceremony at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Main Street at Sixth Avenue, Royersford, on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 11:00 am. Officiating will be Rev. Paul H. Neff. Interment will follow in the Limerick Garden of Memories. Friends will be received from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Monday evening at the Cattermole - Klotzbach Funeral Home, 600 Washington Street, Royersford and Tuesday morning from 10:00 am - 10:45 am at the Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 594 Church Street, Royersford, PA 19468. Condolences may be offered and the video tribute may be viewed online at www.RoyersfordFuneralHome.com. Arrangements are being handled by the Cattermole - Klotzbach Funeral Home, Royersford, PA. Get free real-time news alerts from the Limerick-Royersford-Spring City Patch.

Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72 - Columbus Dispatch

Monday, June 27, 2016

Ann, through philanthropic gifts to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio State University, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and Franklin Park Conservatory — and also through the editorial page of The Dispatch, which his family ran from 1905 until 2015. He became its publisher in 1975.He and other members of the Wolfe family were longtime aviation proponents, helping lead the way for improvements in facilities and service at Port Columbus and Rickenbacker. The family also invested in the short-lived, low-cost airline Skybus in 2004 as a way to bring better air service to the region.He was devoted to a vibrant downtown, maintaining a business headquarters across from the Statehouse, and helping lead development of the Arena and Brewery districts with both editorial-page support and his own investments.“He told me that one of the things he was most proud of is the redevelopment of the riverfront,” Coleman said about Wolfe’s leadership in transforming the Scioto River into the city’s front yard. “He lived to see the greenway to successful completion, knowing that it was something his father (Preston Wolfe) always wanted to see happen.”Wolfe invested in both the construction of a hockey arena and the Blue Jackets hockey franchise as a way to bring professional sports to the city, and that investment by his companies and other business leaders resulted in the transformation of a forlorn old prison site into one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city. He also helped bring Major League Soccer to the city with Columbus Crew SC. He fought vigorously against placement of a casino downtown and in favor of a new ballpark for the Columbus Clippers."Columbus has lost a gentle giant," said Alex Fischer, president of the Columbus Partnership, a group of about 50 Columbus CEOs who work together on planning and projects to keep the city vibrant and growing. "In our city’s history, simply no one has done more to move our community forward. His commitment to his family, our city, his beloved Buckeyes and our community’s health-care providers is second to none."He often talked to me about the collaborative nature of the Columbus business, civic and political leadership as our greatest asset," Fischer said. "He held the highest standard, expectation and respect for community engagement at all levels. His commitment to Columbus will continue through our work and will serve to honor his memory every day."Wolfe was politically conservative and generally supported Republican causes and candidates, but he also supported Democrats — such as Coleman — who shared his vision for the best interests of the city and central Ohio.His pivotal role in the community was reflected each year in the long line of politicians, and business and community leaders who attended a holiday gathering at the former home of The Dispatch at 34 S. Third St.The Wolfe family sold the newspaper and magazine divisions to New Media Investment Group, parent of GateHouse Media, in June 2015. The newspaper’s newsroom has since relocated to 62 E. Broad St., which his family built in 1921 as home to the other newspaper they owned until 1959, The Ohio State Journal.In a farewell letter last year to Dispatch readers, Wolfe wrote, “For 110 years, it has been our family’s great privilege to own and operate a daily newspaper that grew to become central Ohio’s leading provider of news and information. When our family purchased The Dispatch in 1905, Columbus had four daily newspapers. The telegraph, telephone and electric light were recent technological innovations.”Born Aug. 7, 1943, to Preston and Jean Bostwick Wolfe, Wolfe graduat...

Carl M. Buchholz, lawyer and civic leader, dies at 51 - Philly.com

Monday, June 06, 2016

June 2, at St. Thomas' Church, Whitemarsh, Bethlehem Pike and Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington.Donations may be made to the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 19103; St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Box 247, Fort Washington, Pa. 19034; or the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, Md. 21403.bcook@phillynews.com610-313-8102...

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Robert E. Haseman - SaukValley.com

Monday, August 15, 2016

He was born Nov. 27, 1925, in Long Grove to Ernest and Alma (Sauer) Haseman. He married Lucille J. Linneman on Sept. 17, 1949.Robert served in the Army in Germany, and worked for Thompson Wire in Franklin Park before purchasing his dream farm, which he farmed until retirement.He loved baseball, especially the White Sox, and played on the DeKalb County Farm Bureau 35’ers team for years. Robert also loved bowling and was inducted into the Bowling Hall of Fame. He also enjoyed hunting and gardening, and shared his produce with many.Robert is survived by Lucille, his wife of 66 years; children Larry (Cathy), Alan (Martha), Richard (Molly), Brad, Patricia (David) McNutt, Timothy (Lisa), and Dean (Beth); 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren and one more due in September; sister Vivian Gosch; sisters-in-law Irma and Marion Haseman; brother-in-law Donald (Emily) Linneman; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.He was preceded in death by sisters Arlene Meyer and Bernice Haseman; brothers Leslie and Howard Haseman; and brothers-in-law Robert Meyer and Robert Gosch. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 12760 Lee Road in Hinckley, with a luncheon to follow at the church. Burial will be at a later date at Rand Hill Cemetery.Arrangements were completed by Butala Funeral Home and Cremator...

Limerick Man, 61, Loved Family, Fishing, Music - Limerick, PA Patch - Patch.com

Monday, August 01, 2016

Most importantly, he loved time spent with his wife, children and grandchildren.In addition to his loving wife of 35 years, Mr. Fray is survived by daughter, Jamie L. (Fray), wife of Thomas Dupras of Franklin Park, NJ and son, Michael A. Fray of Limerick; grandchildren: Brandon T. and Hailey B. Dupras; step-sister: Diane Hafer of FL; and step-brother: T.J. Eitel, IV of FL. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral ceremony at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Main Street at Sixth Avenue, Royersford, on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 11:00 am. Officiating will be Rev. Paul H. Neff. Interment will follow in the Limerick Garden of Memories. Friends will be received from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Monday evening at the Cattermole - Klotzbach Funeral Home, 600 Washington Street, Royersford and Tuesday morning from 10:00 am - 10:45 am at the Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 594 Church Street, Royersford, PA 19468. Condolences may be offered and the video tribute may be viewed online at www.RoyersfordFuneralHome.com. Arrangements are being handled by the Cattermole - Klotzbach Funeral Home, Royersford, PA. Get free real-time news alerts from the Limerick-Royersford-Spring City Patch.

Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72 - Columbus Dispatch

Monday, June 27, 2016

Ann, through philanthropic gifts to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio State University, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and Franklin Park Conservatory — and also through the editorial page of The Dispatch, which his family ran from 1905 until 2015. He became its publisher in 1975.He and other members of the Wolfe family were longtime aviation proponents, helping lead the way for improvements in facilities and service at Port Columbus and Rickenbacker. The family also invested in the short-lived, low-cost airline Skybus in 2004 as a way to bring better air service to the region.He was devoted to a vibrant downtown, maintaining a business headquarters across from the Statehouse, and helping lead development of the Arena and Brewery districts with both editorial-page support and his own investments.“He told me that one of the things he was most proud of is the redevelopment of the riverfront,” Coleman said about Wolfe’s leadership in transforming the Scioto River into the city’s front yard. “He lived to see the greenway to successful completion, knowing that it was something his father (Preston Wolfe) always wanted to see happen.”Wolfe invested in both the construction of a hockey arena and the Blue Jackets hockey franchise as a way to bring professional sports to the city, and that investment by his companies and other business leaders resulted in the transformation of a forlorn old prison site into one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city. He also helped bring Major League Soccer to the city with Columbus Crew SC. He fought vigorously against placement of a casino downtown and in favor of a new ballpark for the Columbus Clippers."Columbus has lost a gentle giant," said Alex Fischer, president of the Columbus Partnership, a group of about 50 Columbus CEOs who work together on planning and projects to keep the city vibrant and growing. "In our city’s history, simply no one has done more to move our community forward. His commitment to his family, our city, his beloved Buckeyes and our community’s health-care providers is second to none."He often talked to me about the collaborative nature of the Columbus business, civic and political leadership as our greatest asset," Fischer said. "He held the highest standard, expectation and respect for community engagement at all levels. His commitment to Columbus will continue through our work and will serve to honor his memory every day."Wolfe was politically conservative and generally supported Republican causes and candidates, but he also supported Democrats — such as Coleman — who shared his vision for the best interests of the city and central Ohio.His pivotal role in the community was reflected each year in the long line of politicians, and business and community leaders who attended a holiday gathering at the former home of The Dispatch at 34 S. Third St.The Wolfe family sold the newspaper and magazine divisions to New Media Investment Group, parent of GateHouse Media, in June 2015. The newspaper’s newsroom has since relocated to 62 E. Broad St., which his family built in 1921 as home to the other newspaper they owned until 1959, The Ohio State Journal.In a farewell letter last year to Dispatch readers, Wolfe wrote, “For 110 years, it has been our family’s great privilege to own and operate a daily newspaper that grew to become central Ohio’s leading provider of news and information. When our family purchased The Dispatch in 1905, Columbus had four daily newspapers. The telegraph, telephone and electric light were recent technological innovations.”Born Aug. 7, 1943, to Preston and Jean Bostwick Wolfe, Wolfe graduat...

Carl M. Buchholz, lawyer and civic leader, dies at 51 - Philly.com

Monday, June 06, 2016

June 2, at St. Thomas' Church, Whitemarsh, Bethlehem Pike and Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington.Donations may be made to the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 19103; St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Box 247, Fort Washington, Pa. 19034; or the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, Md. 21403.bcook@phillynews.com610-313-8102...