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Beam Fender Funeral Home

123 Winchester Street
Sardinia, OH 45171
(937) 446-2670
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Julius "JR" Behling

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Coast Guard he served as a radio operator, First Class and saw ports in Cheboygan, WI, New Orleans and Alaska. While with Cubic Corporationhe was assigned as a civilian to military bases in Canada, Sardinia, Italy, England and the Netherlands from the home base in San Diego, CA.In 1959, Julius and Wynona Lee Foy of Escondido, CA were married in Norwalk, CA . Deciding to help Julius’ father farm, Julius moved his family to the farm for the next 12 years. After that, Escondido, CA became the family home base until Julius’ retirement in 1993 when he and Wynona returned to the family farm – a long time dream fulfilled.The loving and close-knit family Julius left are: Spouse: Wynona (Foy) Behling, daughters:Lana (Mike) Wolford, Diane (Eric) Wright, and son: Robert (Stefani) Behling. Seven grandsons:Michael “M.C.”(Hannah) Wolford; Matthew (Bailey) Wolford; E. Keegan Wright; Caleb Wright, Samuel Wright and Henry Wright; Zachary Behling.Siblings: Ewald (Margaret) Behling; Julie (Behling) Langevin, Lois (Behling) Glade; and Lydia (Behling) Lambrecht. Many nieces, nephews and cousins also remain.Julius was preceded in death by his first-born son, Mark Behling; his parents, brother: Edgar (Esther) Behling and three brothers-in-law: Wyman Glade, Artwin Lambrect and LeRoy Langevin.A memorial service will be held 15 April at 2:00 at the Behling Farm 860 K Rd, Beemer.A private family committal will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Rural Beemer.“Rest confident in this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Rest in the Lord …and wait patiently for Him” Psalm 27:13,14 -- exactly what Julius did and the Lord rewarded him.

Blake C Roush - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, January 09, 2017

Jean (McKinney) Roush of Georgetown, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his grandfather – Charles Ray Roush.Besides his parents, Blake is survived by one sister – Hannah M. Gray and husband Jacob of Sardinia, Ohio; maternal grandparents – Bob and Phyllis McKinney of Georgetown, Ohio; paternal grandparents – Harold and Mary Rae Showalter of Sardinia, Ohio;  uncles  and aunts – Doug and Pam McKinney of Georgetown, Ohio, Susan and Keith Loudon of Georgetown, Ohio and Mike and Helena Roush of Atlanta, Georgia; one niece – Jayla Gray; one nephew – Colt Gray and many cousins, great aunts and great uncles.Funeral services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Saturday, December 17, 2016 at the Cahall Funeral Home in Georgetown, Ohio. Troy Braunstein will officiate. Visitation will be from 10:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Saturday at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown, Ohio.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cahallfuneralhomes.com...

Caryl J Eyre - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, October 17, 2016

OH, daughter of Gerald Roberts and Mildred Yochum Roberts.Caryl Jean was a member of the Mowrystown Church of Christ where she was baptized in 1941.More recently she faithfully attended the Sardinia Church of Christ when her health allowedIn 1949, she married Hugh L. Eyre and in 1951 they purchased a farm and moved outside of Mowrystown, where they have resided for the last 65 years.She was employed by the Bright Local School District after several years as serving as the Clerk-Treasurer position and retired in 1992. Following her school retirement she enjoyed selling real estate in her spare time.Caryl Jean was a faithful Christian wife, mother and grandmother. She could drive a tractor, teach a Sunday School Class and put a meal on the table with the best of them. She loved her friends and family, and particularly her grandchildren and great grandchildren. And her comment to all of her nurses, caregivers, friends and family in the last few days of her life was “Don’t be sad, be happy for me and I’ll see you in Heaven!”Surviving is her husband, Hugh L. Eyre, one daughter, Linda (Tim) Roush of Hillsboro, two grandchildren, Brian Roush of Hillsboro, Angie (Travis) Bogart of Sardinia and five great-grandchildren, Tanner, Trey, Averi and Alli Bogart and Briley Roush, several nieces, nephews and brothers-in-law, Marvin (Shirley) Eyre of Sardinia, Chester (Linda) Eyre of ...

Marta Marzotto, Italian Designer and Socialite, Dies at 85 - New York Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Portogruaro, in northeast Italy. (She also had homes over the years in Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the Italian Alps, as well as in Rome, Milan, Sardinia and Marrakesh, Morocco.)Dinner and party guests variously included Italian nobility and political leaders from around the world, including Richard M. Nixon and the Kennedys. The designers Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli were friends. So was the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, with whom the Marzottos went hunting. Ms. Marzotto later attended the lavish wedding of Aisha el-Qaddafi, the daughter of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.In the 1960s, having begun to spend more time in Rome, she became friends with intellectuals, scientists, entrepreneurs and even presidents of the republic.“My mother had projects, always and everywhere,” her youngest son, Matteo Marzotto, told the daily newspaper Corriere della Sera. “She was hungry for experiences.”She was notably regarded as a muse for the neorealist painter Renato Guttuso. In 1987, after his death, their relationship became grist for scandal when 11 love letters that the painter had sent her ended up in an Italian gossip magazine. Her husband decided to divorce her.Marta Marzotto at the Venice Film Festival in 2014.Claudio Onorati / European Pressphoto AgencyMs. Marzotto felt “covered in mud, abandoned by everyone,” she recalled in a recent memoir.Marta Vacondio was born into a struggling family in Reggio Emilia, in northern Italy, on Feb. 24, 1931. Her mother was a signalwoman on a toll road and worked in the textile industry. Her father was a railway worker. As a girl Marta worked in the region’s rice fields. Determined to seek a better future, she learned the seamstress’s craft i...

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Julius "JR" Behling

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Coast Guard he served as a radio operator, First Class and saw ports in Cheboygan, WI, New Orleans and Alaska. While with Cubic Corporationhe was assigned as a civilian to military bases in Canada, Sardinia, Italy, England and the Netherlands from the home base in San Diego, CA.In 1959, Julius and Wynona Lee Foy of Escondido, CA were married in Norwalk, CA . Deciding to help Julius’ father farm, Julius moved his family to the farm for the next 12 years. After that, Escondido, CA became the family home base until Julius’ retirement in 1993 when he and Wynona returned to the family farm – a long time dream fulfilled.The loving and close-knit family Julius left are: Spouse: Wynona (Foy) Behling, daughters:Lana (Mike) Wolford, Diane (Eric) Wright, and son: Robert (Stefani) Behling. Seven grandsons:Michael “M.C.”(Hannah) Wolford; Matthew (Bailey) Wolford; E. Keegan Wright; Caleb Wright, Samuel Wright and Henry Wright; Zachary Behling.Siblings: Ewald (Margaret) Behling; Julie (Behling) Langevin, Lois (Behling) Glade; and Lydia (Behling) Lambrecht. Many nieces, nephews and cousins also remain.Julius was preceded in death by his first-born son, Mark Behling; his parents, brother: Edgar (Esther) Behling and three brothers-in-law: Wyman Glade, Artwin Lambrect and LeRoy Langevin.A memorial service will be held 15 April at 2:00 at the Behling Farm 860 K Rd, Beemer.A private family committal will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Rural Beemer.“Rest confident in this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Rest in the Lord …and wait patiently for Him” Psalm 27:13,14 -- exactly what Julius did and the Lord rewarded him.

Blake C Roush - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, January 09, 2017

Jean (McKinney) Roush of Georgetown, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his grandfather – Charles Ray Roush.Besides his parents, Blake is survived by one sister – Hannah M. Gray and husband Jacob of Sardinia, Ohio; maternal grandparents – Bob and Phyllis McKinney of Georgetown, Ohio; paternal grandparents – Harold and Mary Rae Showalter of Sardinia, Ohio;  uncles  and aunts – Doug and Pam McKinney of Georgetown, Ohio, Susan and Keith Loudon of Georgetown, Ohio and Mike and Helena Roush of Atlanta, Georgia; one niece – Jayla Gray; one nephew – Colt Gray and many cousins, great aunts and great uncles.Funeral services will be held at 1:00 P.M. Saturday, December 17, 2016 at the Cahall Funeral Home in Georgetown, Ohio. Troy Braunstein will officiate. Visitation will be from 10:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Saturday at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown, Ohio.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cahallfuneralhomes.com...

Caryl J Eyre - Georgetown News Democrat

Monday, October 17, 2016

OH, daughter of Gerald Roberts and Mildred Yochum Roberts.Caryl Jean was a member of the Mowrystown Church of Christ where she was baptized in 1941.More recently she faithfully attended the Sardinia Church of Christ when her health allowedIn 1949, she married Hugh L. Eyre and in 1951 they purchased a farm and moved outside of Mowrystown, where they have resided for the last 65 years.She was employed by the Bright Local School District after several years as serving as the Clerk-Treasurer position and retired in 1992. Following her school retirement she enjoyed selling real estate in her spare time.Caryl Jean was a faithful Christian wife, mother and grandmother. She could drive a tractor, teach a Sunday School Class and put a meal on the table with the best of them. She loved her friends and family, and particularly her grandchildren and great grandchildren. And her comment to all of her nurses, caregivers, friends and family in the last few days of her life was “Don’t be sad, be happy for me and I’ll see you in Heaven!”Surviving is her husband, Hugh L. Eyre, one daughter, Linda (Tim) Roush of Hillsboro, two grandchildren, Brian Roush of Hillsboro, Angie (Travis) Bogart of Sardinia and five great-grandchildren, Tanner, Trey, Averi and Alli Bogart and Briley Roush, several nieces, nephews and brothers-in-law, Marvin (Shirley) Eyre of Sardinia, Chester (Linda) Eyre of ...

Marta Marzotto, Italian Designer and Socialite, Dies at 85 - New York Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Portogruaro, in northeast Italy. (She also had homes over the years in Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the Italian Alps, as well as in Rome, Milan, Sardinia and Marrakesh, Morocco.)Dinner and party guests variously included Italian nobility and political leaders from around the world, including Richard M. Nixon and the Kennedys. The designers Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli were friends. So was the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, with whom the Marzottos went hunting. Ms. Marzotto later attended the lavish wedding of Aisha el-Qaddafi, the daughter of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.In the 1960s, having begun to spend more time in Rome, she became friends with intellectuals, scientists, entrepreneurs and even presidents of the republic.“My mother had projects, always and everywhere,” her youngest son, Matteo Marzotto, told the daily newspaper Corriere della Sera. “She was hungry for experiences.”She was notably regarded as a muse for the neorealist painter Renato Guttuso. In 1987, after his death, their relationship became grist for scandal when 11 love letters that the painter had sent her ended up in an Italian gossip magazine. Her husband decided to divorce her.Marta Marzotto at the Venice Film Festival in 2014.Claudio Onorati / European Pressphoto AgencyMs. Marzotto felt “covered in mud, abandoned by everyone,” she recalled in a recent memoir.Marta Vacondio was born into a struggling family in Reggio Emilia, in northern Italy, on Feb. 24, 1931. Her mother was a signalwoman on a toll road and worked in the textile industry. Her father was a railway worker. As a girl Marta worked in the region’s rice fields. Determined to seek a better future, she learned the seamstress’s craft i...