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311 Grand Avenue
Ravenna, NE 68869
(308) 452-3232
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Paul Buchanan Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

March 1, 2017 at his home. Paul was born on July 17, 1926 in Hanlin Station, Pennsylvania, a son of the late John and Clarice (Sinclair) Buchanan. He was employed at Polson Rubber and Ravenna Arsenal in Ravenna, Ohio and at Champion Township until he retired in 1995. He enjoyed spending winters in Florida for 21 years with his wife Jane. While in Florida, they enjoyed playing horseshoes and shuffleboard, camping and riding their three wheel tricycles. He was also a member of the Roving Buckeyes.Paul will be deeply missed by his wife, Jane (Clark) Buchanan, whom he married on June 21, 1985; his children, Bonnie (Lloyd) Nichols of Leavittsburg, Ohio, Linda (Paul) Parent of Florida, Vanessa (Brian) Bachman of Vienna, Ohio, Lonnie Buchanan of Champion, Ohio, Susan Persino of Champion, Ohio, Debbie Carpenter of Parkersburg, West Virginia, Ken (Jackie) Lamb of Youngstown, Ohio and Michael (Janet) Lamb, of Texas; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Edith (Gatrell) Buchanan; two brothers, Marvin and John and one sister, Betty. Family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Lane Family Funeral H...

Former Fruitport woman dies in crash near her Maryland home - Grand Haven Tribune

Monday, July 11, 2016

Kahl, the daughter of Tony and Linda Morton, attended Fruitport schools. She married and moved to the East Coast about 15 years ago, according to her uncle, Steve Hilliard of Ravenna.“My nickname for her was ‘the Little Arapaho,’” Hilliard said. “She was my little Indian girl with her dark black hair and love of the outdoors.”Hilliard said his niece and her husband, Pete, raised exotic snakes. “That was their livelihood,” he said.Morton said: “Her kids were her life. She loved her kids, her husband and her family.”“It’s just horrifying what happened,” Hilliard added. “She will be sadly missed.”Morton said her sister was her best friend.“We have matching tattoos that say ‘sisters,’” she said.Morton said her sister was outspoken and always said what was on her mind. At the same time, she was always thinking of others, sending them cards, trinkets and homemade things.“She was extremely sentimental,” Morton said. “And she’s one of the hardest workers I’ve ever seen.”Morton said Kahl loved animals and nature. Morton also said one of the neighbors told her that her sister had “the most beautiful soul” she had ever known.“She would build other people up,” Morton said. “She would tell them, ‘Don’t give up, be strong, you can do this.’”Morton said their mother suffered a heart attack after learning about her daughter’s death. Linda Morton was still in the hospital Wednesday afternoon, but Morton said they hoped she would be released Thursday or Friday.Hilliard said the initial plans are to have Kahl cremated, and then her family would bring her home. A memorial service is pending, he said.Recommended article from FiveFilters.org: Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting.

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Paul Buchanan Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

March 1, 2017 at his home. Paul was born on July 17, 1926 in Hanlin Station, Pennsylvania, a son of the late John and Clarice (Sinclair) Buchanan. He was employed at Polson Rubber and Ravenna Arsenal in Ravenna, Ohio and at Champion Township until he retired in 1995. He enjoyed spending winters in Florida for 21 years with his wife Jane. While in Florida, they enjoyed playing horseshoes and shuffleboard, camping and riding their three wheel tricycles. He was also a member of the Roving Buckeyes.Paul will be deeply missed by his wife, Jane (Clark) Buchanan, whom he married on June 21, 1985; his children, Bonnie (Lloyd) Nichols of Leavittsburg, Ohio, Linda (Paul) Parent of Florida, Vanessa (Brian) Bachman of Vienna, Ohio, Lonnie Buchanan of Champion, Ohio, Susan Persino of Champion, Ohio, Debbie Carpenter of Parkersburg, West Virginia, Ken (Jackie) Lamb of Youngstown, Ohio and Michael (Janet) Lamb, of Texas; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Edith (Gatrell) Buchanan; two brothers, Marvin and John and one sister, Betty. Family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Lane Family Funeral H...

Former Fruitport woman dies in crash near her Maryland home - Grand Haven Tribune

Monday, July 11, 2016

Kahl, the daughter of Tony and Linda Morton, attended Fruitport schools. She married and moved to the East Coast about 15 years ago, according to her uncle, Steve Hilliard of Ravenna.“My nickname for her was ‘the Little Arapaho,’” Hilliard said. “She was my little Indian girl with her dark black hair and love of the outdoors.”Hilliard said his niece and her husband, Pete, raised exotic snakes. “That was their livelihood,” he said.Morton said: “Her kids were her life. She loved her kids, her husband and her family.”“It’s just horrifying what happened,” Hilliard added. “She will be sadly missed.”Morton said her sister was her best friend.“We have matching tattoos that say ‘sisters,’” she said.Morton said her sister was outspoken and always said what was on her mind. At the same time, she was always thinking of others, sending them cards, trinkets and homemade things.“She was extremely sentimental,” Morton said. “And she’s one of the hardest workers I’ve ever seen.”Morton said Kahl loved animals and nature. Morton also said one of the neighbors told her that her sister had “the most beautiful soul” she had ever known.“She would build other people up,” Morton said. “She would tell them, ‘Don’t give up, be strong, you can do this.’”Morton said their mother suffered a heart attack after learning about her daughter’s death. Linda Morton was still in the hospital Wednesday afternoon, but Morton said they hoped she would be released Thursday or Friday.Hilliard said the initial plans are to have Kahl cremated, and then her family would bring her home. A memorial service is pending, he said.Recommended article from FiveFilters.org: Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting.