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Fostoria City Fountain

702 Van Buren Street
Fostoria, OH 44830
(419) 435-3113
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301 West Tiffin Street
Fostoria, OH 44830
(419) 435-8118
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Dave Carr, 1934-2016: BGSU broadcast voice retired from bank - Toledo Blade

Monday, December 19, 2016

Mid-American Conference Media Hall of Fame. He was a former president of the MAC News Media Association.Most of Mr. Carr’s 38-year career in radio was with WFOB-AM, based in his native Fostoria. He was sports director of WMAN radio in Mansfield, Ohio, about six years and worked at WLEC in Sandusky.When he returned to WFOB in 1967, he worked from the station’s studio in Bowling Green. He and his family moved to town, and he started his long run as play-by-play announcer for Falcons’ games. He was WFOB sports director and was host of a morning show from Bowling Green, his son said.He served a term on Bowling Green City Council in the early 1970s. In 1990, Mr. Reiter hired him to work in public relations and customer service at Mid Am National Bank.“He loved Bowling Green, and he was involved in everything,” Mr. Reiter said. “He was very positive, vocal about what a great community we have. That’s why I hired him, because he had all these contacts and people just loved the guy.”Mr. Carr retired from the bank in 2005.He played golf in a Tuesday night league for 45 years at Bowling Green Country Club. He liked to travel, for work or leisure. He and his wife visited 48 states.David Keith Carr was born Jan. 8, 1934, in Fostoria to Louise and Lyman Carr. He was a 1952 graduate of Fostoria High School and attended Ohio Wesleyan University.He and the former Nadine Matthews, his high school sweetheart, married in 1952.She died Nov. 14. Their son Jeff died in September.Surviving are his son, Keith Carr; daughter, Kathy Hammond; three grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at Dunn Funeral Home in Bowling Green. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Fountain Cemetery, Fostoria.The family suggests tributes to the Alzheimer’s Association.Contact Mark Zaborney at: mzaborney@theblade.com or 419-724-6182.Related Items: Dave Carr, 1934-2016 ,deaths ,bowling green state university ,Bowling Green State University football ,bgsu football ,bgsu men's basketball ,bowling green falcons ,Bowling Green Falcons football ,Bowling Green Falcons men's basketball ,Edward Reiter ,WFOB-AM ,Mid-American Conference ,Mid-American Conference football ,Mid-American Conference basketball ,bowling green city council ,Bowling Green Country Club ,Nadine Matthews...

OBIT: Rose E. Cunningham - Newton Press Mentor

Monday, October 10, 2016

Tastee Freeze in Newton. Rosie loved working and talking to her good friends and customers, spending time with family, baking, and collecting American Fostoria glassware. She was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church in Newton.Rosie will be loved and remembered by her children Mike Cunningham, wife Shari of Marietta, GA and Candy Cunningham of Mt. Vernon, IL; grandchildren Chad Cunningham, wife Ginger of Cummings, GA and Cami Henrichs, husband Matt of Marietta, GA; four great grandchildren Aidan and Dylan Cunningham of Cummings, GA and Josh and Kate Henrichs of Marietta, GA; two nephews Bob Welker, wife Pauletta of Wisconsin and Terry Welker, wife Renee of Newton, and sister-in-law Sue Cunningham of Decatur, IL.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Wayne, and sister Imogean Nichols.

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Dave Carr, 1934-2016: BGSU broadcast voice retired from bank - Toledo Blade

Monday, December 19, 2016

Mid-American Conference Media Hall of Fame. He was a former president of the MAC News Media Association.Most of Mr. Carr’s 38-year career in radio was with WFOB-AM, based in his native Fostoria. He was sports director of WMAN radio in Mansfield, Ohio, about six years and worked at WLEC in Sandusky.When he returned to WFOB in 1967, he worked from the station’s studio in Bowling Green. He and his family moved to town, and he started his long run as play-by-play announcer for Falcons’ games. He was WFOB sports director and was host of a morning show from Bowling Green, his son said.He served a term on Bowling Green City Council in the early 1970s. In 1990, Mr. Reiter hired him to work in public relations and customer service at Mid Am National Bank.“He loved Bowling Green, and he was involved in everything,” Mr. Reiter said. “He was very positive, vocal about what a great community we have. That’s why I hired him, because he had all these contacts and people just loved the guy.”Mr. Carr retired from the bank in 2005.He played golf in a Tuesday night league for 45 years at Bowling Green Country Club. He liked to travel, for work or leisure. He and his wife visited 48 states.David Keith Carr was born Jan. 8, 1934, in Fostoria to Louise and Lyman Carr. He was a 1952 graduate of Fostoria High School and attended Ohio Wesleyan University.He and the former Nadine Matthews, his high school sweetheart, married in 1952.She died Nov. 14. Their son Jeff died in September.Surviving are his son, Keith Carr; daughter, Kathy Hammond; three grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at Dunn Funeral Home in Bowling Green. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Fountain Cemetery, Fostoria.The family suggests tributes to the Alzheimer’s Association.Contact Mark Zaborney at: mzaborney@theblade.com or 419-724-6182.Related Items: Dave Carr, 1934-2016 ,deaths ,bowling green state university ,Bowling Green State University football ,bgsu football ,bgsu men's basketball ,bowling green falcons ,Bowling Green Falcons football ,Bowling Green Falcons men's basketball ,Edward Reiter ,WFOB-AM ,Mid-American Conference ,Mid-American Conference football ,Mid-American Conference basketball ,bowling green city council ,Bowling Green Country Club ,Nadine Matthews...

OBIT: Rose E. Cunningham - Newton Press Mentor

Monday, October 10, 2016

Tastee Freeze in Newton. Rosie loved working and talking to her good friends and customers, spending time with family, baking, and collecting American Fostoria glassware. She was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church in Newton.Rosie will be loved and remembered by her children Mike Cunningham, wife Shari of Marietta, GA and Candy Cunningham of Mt. Vernon, IL; grandchildren Chad Cunningham, wife Ginger of Cummings, GA and Cami Henrichs, husband Matt of Marietta, GA; four great grandchildren Aidan and Dylan Cunningham of Cummings, GA and Josh and Kate Henrichs of Marietta, GA; two nephews Bob Welker, wife Pauletta of Wisconsin and Terry Welker, wife Renee of Newton, and sister-in-law Sue Cunningham of Decatur, IL.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Wayne, and sister Imogean Nichols.