Christopher, who passed away September 18, was 36.
Mark, who passed away September 16, was 64.
John, who had two Antarctic peaks named after him, was 97.
Lucille, who was an excellent pie maker and cook, was 86.
Marine veteran who served during the Vietnam War and loved anything with a motor was 73.
Area man was 61.
Self-proclaimed hippie and cat lover was 66.
Devona, who enjoyed bowling, antiques, and sewing, was 83.
Myron, who passed away September 12, was 70.
Cecilia, who enjoyed sewing and traveling to the Florida Keys with her family, was 82.
William, who served in the U.S. Army, was 84.
Stanley, who was a diehard Mount Union Purple Raiders Fan, was 61.
Robert, who was a substitute rural route mail carrier and farmed with the Gonya Brothers, was 95.
Paul, who enjoyed shooting pool one handed, was 69.
Donald, who enjoyed collecting and tinkering on tractors, was 83.