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TWO SURVIVORS

STORIES 11A

ALL COUNTY
BASEBALL 2B

Leading the Way at Relay for Life

Area Athletes Receive Honors

ALL COUNTY

WEDNESDAY,
APRIL
2014
WEDNESDAY,
WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER
JUNE 30,
1, 2016
19,
2014

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Mans body discovered in Maumee River


From Staff Reports
ANTWERP On Saturday, May 28,
at 2:08 p.m., Paulding County Sheriffs
deputies responded to a report of a dead
body found in the Maumee River approximately 2 miles east of the Indiana/
Ohio State Line, west of Antwerp.
The body is a male, wearing blue
jeans and black zip up boots, said Sheriff Jason Landers.
The Attorney Generals Office
Crime Scene Investigation was on scene

to assist my staff with processing potential evidence, as well as making identification of the deceased. It appears the
body has been in the water for some
time.
The sheriff continued, Once identification of the body is made, and the next
of kin has been notified, more information will be released.
Sheriff Landers said an autopsy was
scheduled for Tuesday morning in Lucas County. He said the manner of death

Around
Paulding Nine qualify for
County state track meet
Summer Kickoff
Carnival on
Friday evening

PAULDING Summer
Kickoff Carnival for kids
is planned for 6:30-8:30
p.m. Friday, June 3 at Herb
Monroe Community Park in
Paulding.
Its a small, fun way for
kids to kick off the summer, says Peggy Emerson,
director of Paulding Chamber of Commerce.
We will have bounce
houses, a train ride, Justin
the Clown, games and fun
prizes for kids. Food will be
provided by NOCAC, and
several churches, such as
the Paulding UMC and Nazarene church, are participating by providing activities
for the kids.

Weather report

A summary of Mays
weather highs and lows, as
recorded at Pauldings water
treatment plant:
Maximum temperature:
89 on May 30.
Low temperature: 34
on May 16 and 17.
Most rain in a 24-hour
period: 0.55 inch on May 2.
Total rainfall for the
month: 2.56 inches.

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Monique Goings, Sam Williamson


claim regional championships
By KEVIN
WANNEMACHER
Sportswriter
TIFFIN The Paulding
County track season will culminate with this weeks state
championship meet as nine
local athletes clinched their
appearance at the Division III
regional meet last week.
Wayne Traces Monique
Goings captured the regional
championship in the 100 meter dash, posting a pace-setting
time of 12.30 seconds. Goings
also advanced to the state meet
in the 200 dash, taking fourth
in 25.99 seconds.
Antwerps Sam Williamson also claimed a regional
title, winning the 1600 run in
4:24.84. Williamson will also
run in the 3200 meter run at
Columbus after a fourth place
finish in 9:51.66.
The Lady Archer 3200 meter relay girls squad of Jaime
Ryan, Rachel Williamson,
Anne Miesle and Audrie Lon-

gardner moved on to the state


meet by taking fourth with a
time of 9:59.01.
In the 400 relay, Wayne
Traces girls quartet of Gracie
Gudakunst, Stacy Flint, Shayna Temple and Goings also
moved on to the state meet after taking second in 51.08 seconds.
Two other Paulding County
athletes placed at the regional
meet, but didnt advance to the
state meet.
Wayne Traces Josh Kuhn
placed sixth in the 300 hurdles
as his season came to a close.
Pauldings Jacee Harwell also
saw her season end after tying
for fifth in the pole vault.
In other local results, Longardner took 15th in the 400
dash with a time of 1:06.03 and
Miesle finished 15th in the 300
hurdles after posting a time of
51.33 seconds.
The Raiders Estie Sinn
See TRACK, page 2A

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PAYING TRIBUTE TO FALLEN SOLDIERS Active military personnel joined veterans for
Memorial Day services at Live Oak Cemetery in Paulding. A wreath was placed on the unknown soldier marker. Across the county, residents gathered at parades and ceremonies to
remember and honor the men and women who sacrificed their lives for their nation.

Paulding County Relay For Life June 3-4

Relay brings the community together


By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING Relay For Life, an
American Cancer Society fundraiser
that brings community, family, and special friends together for part of a weekend, will again converge at the Paulding
County Fairgrounds this Friday and Saturday. From 6 p.m. on Friday to noon on
Saturday, 18 hours of reflection, support
and encouragement will be experienced.
This year, the national theme is Paint
Your World Purple while the local
theme is Relay Goes Hollywood ...
Lights, Camera, Cure.
Relay For Life is a time to honor cancer survivors, remembering loved ones,
and to fight cancer one step at a time.
Paulding County has raised more than
$1 million over the past 23 years to aid
in the research for a cure of cancer.
On Friday, opening ceremonies will
include honor laps, introductions, and
activities for survivors, caregivers and
participants who will walk the track.
There will be a special flag raising by
Paulding VFW and Boy Scouts followed by the National Anthem by the
Wayne Trace boys ensemble.

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Every year, we stress how this is a


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community to come and participate in
as much of the relay as possible. However, this year we want all the survivors
to bring their families and caregivers,
said chairman Jillene McMichael.
McMichael is entering her 15th year
working as one of
its key leaders with
the Relay For Life.
She is a trainer and
active leader that
allows her to travel
all over the country
with opportunity
to attend events
like this weekends
relay in Paulding.
Ive been to many such events and
this one right here in Paulding County
is truly a community event. Its like no
other and its exciting to be a part of it
each year, McMichael said.
Bidding for the silent auction along
with the raffle auction will begin at 6:30
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was not immediately obvious.


Asked if any missing persons might
match the individuals description,
Landers responded, We are following
some leads.
No additional information was available at press time on Tuesday.
Assisting the sheriffs office at the
scene were the Antwerp Fire and EMS,
Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation
CSI Unit, and Paulding County Coroner
Dr. Joseph Kuhn.

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items will be on display in the extension


building where you can check them out
and make a generous bid.
Registration for the Road to Recovery Race will begin at 6:30 p.m. with
the race starting at 7 p.m. The race involves two people
using wheelbarrows to race a full
lap around the track
taking turns carrying each other and
doing various tasks
that caregivers do
every day. The race
is a fun event and
at the same time it
demonstrates how
much caregivers
care while supporting loved ones.
Teams need to provide their own wheelbarrows.
At 8 p.m. women will be dressed like
men and vice versa and will be collecting tips around the track. The team with
the most money will be declared winners.
Prior to the luminaria ceremonies,

those in attendance will have the opportunity to test the first-ever Relay For Life
obstacle course. At 9 p.m., Obstacles,
Racks and Rhinestones will be open to
test individuals speed and agility on the
obstacle course.
One of the most moving experiences
of the evening will be the luminaria ceremony to honor loved ones and to remember those who have died. At 9:55
p.m., everyone is encouraged to make
their way to the north end of the track.
At that time, Pastor Michael Schneider
from the Antwerp United Methodist
Church will share words of encouragement and soloist Jamie Lammers will be
singing.
Each year, survivors of cancer are
designated as honorary cancer survivors. This year, the three recipients are
Lori Ankney, Pam Frederick and Dean
Miller. They will help lead the Survivor
Lap on Friday to open the event.
According to McMichael, there are 21
teams this year and 345 participants.
We are off to a great start. After raising $78,000 last year, we have increased
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Antwerp hosts annual Rib Fest this Saturday


By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
ANTWERP The seventh annual
Cleveland Street Rib Fest will kick off
the Antwerp summer events schedule
on Saturday, June 4.
Located between the VFW and the
fire station, the small village will transform into a giant BBQ rib joint with
a mouth-watering smell that is sure to
bring lovers of barbecue downtown to

enjoy the culinary feast of summer.


From 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m., rib vendors
from Timmys BBQ, Stella Blue and
Country Lane BBQ will be serving up
all the lip-smacking barbecue to satisfy
any appetite.
The menu will include ribs, pulled
pork, brats, hamburgers, hot dogs,
curly fries, steamed corn-on-the-cob,
elephant ears, cracklins, ice cream and
much more.

To quench the thirst will be a selection consisting of soft drinks, water,


sweet tea and lemonade shake-ups. A
beer pavilion will also be available for
adults.
The Antwerp Community Development Committee (ACDC) is sponsoring the events for the day with other
sponsors helping to support the days
activities.
The 5K River Run, sponsored by

Oakwood Elementary Honor Roll


Oakwood Elementary School has announced
the honor roll for the fourth nine weeks:
* Denotes all As fourth quarter
** Denotes honor roll all year
*** As all year
Grade 1 Jolene Branham**, Trenton Bail**,
Quinton Burns***, Sam Brown**, Tori Schlatter***, Autumn Caudill**, Trinity Starr**, Avery
Cooper**, Janee Tousley**, Maylie Hopkins**,
Blake Spear**, David Johnson**, Joey Kipp**,
Mackenzie Leatherman***, Spencer Manz**,
Maizy Ripke***, Brice Spear**, Makayla
Spears**
Grade 2 Grady Barton**, Sayge Belcher**,
Abby Elkins**, Adrieana Biliti**, Hunter Harwell***, Adan Cano***, Addy Hunt***, Jonah
Cohan**, Lillian Lamond**, Lilian Daniels**,
Emma McCray**, Bailey Hunter**, Hailey
Starr, Brooklyn King**, Chase Riley**, Layla
Kremer**, Braxton Schilt***, Dylan Perez**,
Brandyn Akers, Avery Stahl**, Konnor Bauer,
Landen Bennett, Carson Eitniear, Hailey Daniels, Makena Keller, Gavin Hunter, Allie Nunez
Grade 3 Matthew Bail**, Abbie Bail**,
Jericho Guyton**, Libby Dotterer***, Curtis
Landsdorf**, Emma Elkins**, Ashley Rickels***, Hayden Elston**, Brooklyn Schlatter**,

Kayla Hunter**, Max Stork**, Emily Keezer**,


Kadence Thomas**, Brooke Kilgore**, Jack
Woods**, Ethan Warner**, Julieana Biliti, Riley
Leatherman, Allison Carnahan, Bryce Manz,
Alexis Wharry, Logan Peters
Grade 4 Elli Barton***, Kurtis Bauer**,
Emma Dotterer**, Braden Hernandez, Jamy
Hunt***, Kacy Hornish**, Jackson Keller**,
Layla Logan**, Ally Jo Merriman**, Rhaegan
Marshall**, Aiden Miller**, Kylie McCray**,
Tyler Schlatter**, Jocelynn Parrett**, Jesse Shaffer, Marc Sheaks**, Nathan Guyton
Grade 5 Joe Estle***, Emma McClure**,
Skylar Keezer, Hayden Mullen***, Gavin
King**, Caydence Rue**, Hannah Leaman**,
Mason Schlatter**, Gage Lloyd**, Ariana
Sheaks**, Benji Parks**, Kristy Boecker, Cassie
Weller**, Shelby Ford, Gabe Nunez, Olivia Logan**, Savannah Peters, Clinton VanScoder, JB
Rickels, Logan Seibert, Chandler White
Grade 6 Rhees Andrews**, Erika Dobbelaere***, Mark Butler***, Sophia Fisher**,
Brianna Ford**, Jarrett Hornish***, Kalyn
Goshia**, Julia Leatherman, Jude Marshall**,
Sam Woods***, Makayla Sherry**, Cassy Mullen, Madeline Logan, Tianna Cooper, Wyatt
Noffsinger, Noah Seibert, Marciano Murdock

Paulding Elementary Honor Roll


Paulding
Elementary
School has announced the
honor roll for the fourth
nine weeks:
* Denotes all As
GRADE 3 *Conner
Couts,
*Ameah
Garza,
*Grace Goyings, *Samantha
Reineck, *Cully Thompson,
Kane Jones, Kamryn Sutton, *Peyton Manz, *Claire
Miller, *Marley Parrett,
*Nico Stahl, Kiara Adams,
MaKenna Dunham, Brennan Egnor, Austen Kinder,
Piper Kochel, Johnathan
Lipps, Carter Onder, Aniyah
Sajuan, Ameriona Stiltner,
*Lucas Beckman, *Aeylah
Hitzeman, *Brandon Schroeder, Alex Leal, Emiliano
Turner, Kaitlyn Goings,
Hopeful Rose, Jalyn Klopfenstein, *Gavin Coil, *Emma
Porter, *Toby Reno, *Blayze
Vance, Josiah Akom, Hannah
Arnold, Brooklynn Bakle,
Brianna Bermejo, Courtney
Good, Zavian LaFountain,
Colev Laguna, Jada Smith

GRADE 4 *Maci Kauser. *Carla Manz, Cyrah Bradford, Dawson Bradford, Jacob Fife, Stephen Gonzalez,
Ella Gorrell, Lillyann Lane,
Tytus Manz, Emily McCrory, Chris Smith, Riley Stork,
*Casey Agler, Aiden Herman, Meagan Hirschy, Esther Rocha, Emma Townley,
Daisy Dix, *Victoria Dunson, *Caleb Larson, *Malia
Manz, *Lathan Schneider,
*Riley Smith, *Sarah Wong,
Drake Ankney, Kynzi Bauer, Adrieannah Garms, Kiya
Larry, Kamrun Smith, *Brianna Draper, *Sarah Lewis, *Allison Schilt, *Dillon
Shough, Snow Craig, Devan
Egnor, Ronnie Goodwin,
Aden Lero, Chloe Hicks, Miguel Maldonado, Ava Showalter, Brendon Weidenhamer,
Alyssia Wilson
GRADE 5 *Jacob Martinez, *Damian Wood, Ashlyn
Goings, Paige Hull, Carlea
Kuckuck, Carter Manz,
Sheridan Matty, Dakota Ou-

sley, Olivia Porter, Ean Seibert, Chantz Verfaillie, Syndel


Barker, Mason Doster, Ethan
Foltz, Emily Mazariegos,
Brayden McNeely, Carmen
Reno, Nash Saylor, Sydney
Trahin, Seth Wilkes, *Ashton
Manz, *Britney Johns, Eternity Bassler, Katie Beckman,
Miranda Iler, Cameron Laker, Nick Manz, Larkin Yates

Community Memorial Hospital in


Hicksville and other local sponsors,
will be at 9 a.m. Cost of the run is $25
for adults and $20 for those 18 and
under. As a part of registration, each
runner will receive a new dri-fit style
shirt. For more information or to register, call Dustin Sensabaugh at 419506-0576.
The popular corn hole tournament
will have a noon start time with a $15

entry fee. For information or to register, call Tom Derck at 419-506-0671.


Live music will be offered from
7-11 p.m. Providing the sounds will
be Austin Bowers, Matt Hopkins, and
Jared Pagan along with the DDT Band.
New this year will be H.O.P.E. kids
activity area. There will be kids games,
dunk tank and many more kid-friendly
games and activities. A 50/50 drawing
and raffle also are planned.

Honor Flight nears goal;


check presentation June 4
PAULDING Paulding Putnam Electric
Co-op (PPEC) employees will present Honor Flight with a check at noon on Saturday,
June 4, at PPECs corporate office in Paulding.
Since January, employees have been raising funds to sponsor
an entire flight for
Northeast Indianas
Honor Flight Chapter. Donations are still
coming in and the announcement of funds
raised will happen on
Saturday.
The cost to sponsor
an entire flight averages anywhere from
$65,000 to $70,000.
We do feel confident our initial goal of $70,000 will be met
or exceeded, said Erika Willitzer, PPEC
marketing and economic development manager. Its a large amount of funds to raise,
but PPEC employees felt it necessary to raise
funds for such a worthy cause.
In addition, after discovering there were
over 400 veterans on a waiting list to take
the flight, the PPEC employees were all in

my

to take on the big task of raising the funds,


added Willitzer.
Currently, the Northeast Indiana Honor
Flight serves northwest Ohio, since the Toledo Chapter closed in 2014. Honor Fligh
is a nonprofit organization created solely to
honor Americas veterans for all their sacrifices by flying them
to Washington, D.C.
to reflect at their memorials.
Community partners and individuals
making general donations raised the funds.
PPEC
employees
have also been holding a raffle for a brand
new truck, which will
be raffled off on June 4 as well.
Businesses and individuals who donated
or purchased truck raffle tickets are welcome
to attend the check presentation and truck
raffle.
A free-will donation meal will be provided, with all donations going to Honor Flight.
This will be a kid-friendly event with bounce
houses and live entertainment provided.

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Paulding Middle School Honor Roll


The Paulding Middle School
honor roll for the fourth nine
weeks:
GRADE 6
All As Samuel Adams,
Taelyn Etzler, Paige Jones,
Kyle Kelly, Caleb Thompson
All As and Bs Brooke-lyn
Ankney, Alivya Bakle, Christian Bauer, Wyatt Beckman,
Gabriella Casper, Ella Cook,
Brody Fisher, Zachary Gorrell,
Ember Helms-Keezer, Ethan
Herman, Reid Johanns, Ryleigh
Johanns, Sabrina Keener, Jay-

lyn McCloud, Kyle Mobley,


Olivia Paschall, Janae Pease,
Karli Phlipot, Kaden Rhonehouse, Lily Roehrig, Kennedy
Salinas, Olivia Sprouse, Jackson Sutton, Serenity Trammell,
Alex Tressler, Zoraya Valle
GRADE 7
All As Molly Adams, Kaeli Bustos, Jonathan Clapsaddle,
Megan Dearth, Megan Harpel,
Alexis Lamond, Isabelle Lantz,
Caleb Manz, Elyse Manz,
Maggie Manz, Baylee March,
Luke McCullough, Blake McGarvey, Gunner Phlipot, Gillian Porter, Quincy Porter, Sydney Reineck, Lynelle Schnei-

der, Kaitlyn Shaffer, Gabrielle


Stallbaum, Jasmine Wong
All As and Bs Payton
Beckman, Terica Brzozowski, Donnique Carter Dickey,
Kira Charleston, Kaylyn Cox,
Leigha Egnor, Sadie Estle, Adelae Foltz, Fernando Garcia,
Quintin Gonzales, Chastity
Gribble, Kyle Harris, Hailey
Hartzell, Brendan Hornish,
Hailee Huner, Morgan Iler,
Hunter Kauser, Lily Knapp,
Adrian Manz, Jalynn Parrett,
Deyton Price, Faith Rose, Marquise Seibert, Rebecca Starner,
Sho-Fong Tenwalde, Benjamin
Weible, Hailey Weidenhamer,

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placed 12th with a toss of


32-3/14 in the shot put while
Pauldings JoEllyn Salinas
finished 15th in the pole vault
with a leap of 7-6.
Wayne Traces Seth Saylor
just missed advancing to the finals in the 110 and 300 hurdles,
finishing ninth in both events.
Saylor posted a time of 15.50 in
the 110 hurdles while crossing
the line in 41.95 seconds in the
300 hurdles. Teammate Austin
Kuhn also came up short in his
bid to get to the regional finals,
taking 11th in the 110 hurdles
as he crossed the line in 16.07
seconds.
Cole Shepherd also came up
just short, taking ninth in the
400 dash with a time of 52.39
seconds while recording a jump
of 19-5 to finish in 12th place in
the long jump.

The Raider 1600 relay team


of Saylor, Chance Elliott, Josh
Kuhn and Shepherd took 14th
in 3:40.50 and Pauldings
Brendon Lothamer posted a
leap of 12-0 in finishing 12th.
Antwerps girls 3200 meter
relay will run at 9:30 a.m. on
Friday in the state finals at Jesse
Owens Memorial Stadium.
Goings will take part in the
100 meter dash preliminary
at 10:20 a.m. while Wayne
Traces 400 meter relay team is
scheduled to run at 10:50 a.m.
Goings then runs again as an
individual at 11:40 a.m. in the
200 dash. All three of these races are on Friday.
Williamson will participate in the state championship
on Saturday at approximately 10:05 a.m. (1600 run) and
11:25 a.m. (3200 run).

n RELAY
Continued from Page 1A
our goal to $84,000 this year.
So far, we have raised $26,000
towards our current goal, commented McMichael.
After midnight, several
games will be played including the annual favorite frozen T-shirts. Relayers use
every which way imaginable
to unthaw a frozen T-shirt to be
worn. This event will be held at
1 a.m.
For one hour beginning at 6
a.m., breakfast will be served,
and the car show will be on display from 8-10 a.m.
Along with all the activities
planned during the 18-hour
relay will be DJ Larry Colley,
who will be playing everyones
favorite tunes.
Local pit master Shawn Theis
will be smoking 100 pounds of
pork that will be served in a va-

riety of ways. Serving starts at


10 a.m. and the word is that you
need to get their early because
its expected to sell out quickly.
The winning bids for all
the auction items will be announced at 11 a.m. with raffle
winners being drawn for in the
extension building.
Closing ceremonies will
begin at 11:30 a.m. to name
team totals and to recognize the
work done throughout the year
to make the relay a success.
To close out the 2016 Relay
For Life weekend, participants
will gather at the starting line
to take the first ceremonial lap
together, signifying the start of
the 2017 season.
For more information, please
check out the Relay website
www.relayforlife.org/pauldingcounty.

Raine Winkler, Selena Yates


GRADE 8
All As Jacob Deisler, Seth
Dysinger, Julianna Fife, Tyrel
Goings, McCailey Johanns,
Zoe Kochel, Kaela Lucas,
Cole Mabis, Claire McClure,
Sydney McCullough, Julia
McMaster, Jordyn Merriman,
Jordan Mudel, Savannah Shepherd, Katelyn Strayer, Kaylie
Tressler, Alexis Varga, Jaden
Verfaillie
All As and Bs Bailey Adkins, Destynee Carlisle, Riley
Coil, Austin Dietrich, Evan Edwards, Kolson Egnor, Garrett
Fisher, Maria Garcia, Megan
Garrity, Shannon Hale, Kiarra
Hawn, Matthew Henry, Trey
Hernandez, Nathan Hodge,
Brandon Jackson, Madison
James, Jacob King, Sidney Kohart, Garry Lafountain, Montserrat Martinez, Tommy McGrath, Damien Moore, Riley
Noffsinger, Ivy Riggenbach,
Miah Rue, Joel Schneider,
Matthew Schroeder, Damon
Sherry, Alexandria Smith,
Gage Smith, Tyler Snipes,
Olivia Stallard, Alyssa Switzer, Thomas Vargo, Samantha
Wagner, Mackenzie Weible

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Obituaries Updated weekdays at www.progressnewspaper.org


SHARON
LEONARD

1945-2016
PAULDING Sharon K.
Leonard, age 70, went to be
with the Lord Monday, May 23.
She was born July 22, 1945
in Toledo. In 1982, she married Denver Leonard, who
preceded her in death in 1998.
She was a Campbell Soup retiree, enjoyed reading, gardening and loved spending time
with her family and friends.
She is survived by her children, Kevin (Joni) Garber,
Paulding, and Melinda Garber,
Toledo; sister, Noralyn (Frank)
Portala, Toledo; brother, Jerry
Lawson, Corbin, Va.; grandson, Dustin (Flo) Mays, Defiance; and great-grandchildren,
Makayla, Victorya and Olivia
Mays and Addison and Ramsey Thompson.
She also was preceded in
death by her parents, Thelma
and Willard Lawson; and a
daughter, Wanda Sisco.
Funeral were held Friday,
May 27 at Den Herder Funeral
Home, Paulding. Burial followed in Highland Cemetery,
Waterville.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations made
to American Cancer Society
or Community Health Professionals and Hospice.
Online condolences may
be sent to www.denherderfh.
com.

RICHARD
SMITH


1928-2016
ANTWERP Richard C.
Smith, 87 of Antwerp, died at
home on Monday, May 23.

EUGENE
ANKNEY


1947-2016
DEFIANCE Eugene E.
Ankney, age 68, of Defiance,
died Tuesday, May 24 at St.
Lukes Hospital, Maumee.
He was
born
on
June
7,
1947
in
Def iance
to Sylvester and Irena (Kittle)
A n k n e y.
Eugene was a decorated Army
veteran of Vietnam, retired
after 34 years from General
Motors and was a life-long
farmer. He especially enjoyed
farming, riding horses, and attending rodeos as he rode his
first bull in a rodeo at age 66.
Eugene was an active member of the American Quarter
Horse Association.
He is survived by three
sons, Eugene Jr. of Michigan, William (Connie) Ankney of Michigan and Joseph
Ankney of Grover Hill; a
daughter, Jenny (Chris) Bauer of Paulding; a brother,
Jack (Char) Rock of Defiance;
16 grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Preceding him in death
were his parents; a brother,
Sylvester Ankney Jr.; and a
sister, Ruth Smallwood.
A memorial service to honor Eugenes life was held at
the Lawson-Roessner Funeral
Home on Saturday, May, 28.
Pastor Vincent Kroterfield of
the Paulding Family Worship
Center officiated. VFW Post
3360 provided military honors.
Suggested memorials are to
the family.
Condolences may be shared
at www.lawsonroessner.com.

LEE BATES

1936-2016
OAKWOOD - Lee Roger
Bates, 79, of Oakwood, died at
7:55 p.m. Thursday, May 26 at
Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice
Center.
He was
born July
1, 1936 in
Paulding to
the late Roy
and Daisy
(Hitchcock)
Bates. On
Feb. 28,
1960, he married Elizabeth Diettrich, who survives in Oakwood.
Lee was owner-operator of several laundromats in Oakwood and
Paulding. He also was a salesman
for the former Cooper Furniture
in Oakwood. He was a graduate
of Oakwood High School and attended Bowling Green State University. He was a volunteer for the
Oakwood Fire Department.
Survivors also include six
children, Robert (Cindy) Bates
of Muncie, Ind., Richard (Bridget) Bates of Roseville, Calif.,
Lisa Deel of Fayette, N.C., Sandra (David) Miller of Tipp City,
Mary Bates of Perrysburg, and
Kristina (Charles) Sacks of Scottsdale, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will begin
at 4 p.m. today, June 1 at Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Oakwood,
with Deacon Joe Heeter officiating. Burial will follow in Prairie
Chapel Cemetery, Oakwood.
Visitation will be 1-4 p.m.
today at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Oakwood Fire Department or Twin Oaks United
Methodist Church, Oakwood.
Condolences may be expressed
at www.heitmeyerfuneralhome.
com.

NORMA PRIEST

1931-2016
CLOVERDALE Norma
June Priest, 85, of Cloverdale,
died 1:36 p.m. Thursday, May 26
at Van Wert Inpatient Hospice.
She was
born April
7, 1931 in
Van Wert
to the late
Gerald and
Lucille
(Osenga)
Matson.
On April
17, 1947,
she married
Walter Priest, who preceded her
in death on Feb. 9, 1997.
Norma is survived by her children, Donald Donnie (Janet)
Priest of Grover Hill, Pamela
Chadwick of Paulding, Bill
(Laura) Priest of Grover Hill,
Marilyn (Terry) Everly of GlenAllen Mo., and Jeffery (Wendy)
Priest of Grover Hill; a stepdaughter, Ruth (Eddie) Noggle
of Van Wert; 37 grandchildren;
43 great-grandchildren; a brother,
Orley (Pat) Matson of Cloverdale; sons-in-law, John Porter of
Oakwood and Larry Phillips of
Florida; and a sister-in-law, Ursula Matson of Cloverdale.
She also was preceded in death
by a son, Joseph Raymond Priest;
a daughter, Michele Porter; stepdaughter, Beverly Phillips; a
daughter-in-law, Patricia Priest;
two brothers, Nolan Matson and
Rolland Matson; and a sister,
Catherine Brinkman.
Norma was a homemaker and
lived in the same home for 69
years on the Paulding-Putnam
County Line. She was a member of Roselm Christian Church,
Roselm. Norma had been a 4-H
advisor, loved baking pies, crocheting, was an avid gardener,

and drove school bus for 17 years


for Wayne Trace Local Schools.
The funeral service will be
11 a.m. today, June 1 at Roselm
Christian Church, with the Rev.
Gary Church officiating. Burial
will follow in Middle Creek
Cemetery, Grover Hill. Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Oakwood,
is in charge of arrangements
Visitation will be today from
10 a.m. until the time of service at
the church.
Memorial contributions may
be given to the Roselm Christian
Church, Grover Hill EMS, or the FFA MEMBERS DONATE FLOWERS Members of the Paulding FFA delivered planters they assembled
with donated plants for the Herb Monroe Community Park on the square in Paulding. The Paulding Chamcharity of the donors choice.
Condolences may be expressed ber of Commerce provided the planting containers and the students did the work and donated the plants.
at www.heitmeyerfuneralhome.
com.

PAIGE SPROW

1994-2016
PAULDING Paige Lee
Sprow, 21, of Paulding, walked
into the loving arms with her
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on
Sunday morning, May 29.
Paige was
born on Dec.
11, 1994
in Tampa,
Fla. to Patty
Sprow of
Paulding and
Sean McGarrigle of
Kansas City,
Kansas. She
was a 2014
graduate of Paulding High School.
She is survived by her mother,
Patty Sprow of Paulding; father
Sean McGarrigle of Kansas City;
grandparents, Carol Hale of Paulding and Brenda and Don McGarrigle of Kansas City; uncle, Rick
(Connie) Sprow of Edgerton; aunt,
Cheryl (James) Stahl of Oakwood;
and her adopted Zachrich family.
Paige was preceded in death
by her father figure Thomas A.
Zac Zachrich; aunt, Robin
Ray Merriman; grandfather,
Donald Ray Sprow; and stepgrandfather, J.D. Hale.
Paige battled AVM (Arteriovenous malformation) and hydrocephalus from a very early
age of 6-1/2, though she never
allowed it to dampen her loving
spirit and kindness to all. She was
just a lovely person who was interested in church, family and
friends. She brought us a lot of
happiness. Paige had never met a
stranger. She was fighting so hard
to be here with us. Her courage,
her fight, her passion for life is
everything we try to live by. She
showed us how to be strong and
face your challenges. Last week
she wrote, God has a plan for
me; she was still believing and
trusting God. That was the one
thing that never changed her
faith. She cherished her many
travels, father/daughter dances
and shared adventures with Zac,
and fondly remembered her trip
to Disney World with the help
of the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Though Paiges life was short in
years, she lived her years to the
fullest.
Paiges family would like to
thank Pastor Jeremy Thompson,
the congregation of the Paulding
Church of the Nazarene, family,
friends, all communities, and the
staff and students of Paulding High
School for their many kindnesses
and prayers throughout her life.
Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Saturday, June 4 at
the Paulding Church of the Nazarene, Paulding. Burial will be in
Live Oak Cemetery, Paulding.
Visitation will be 4:30-8 p.m.
Thursday, June 2 and 4-8 p.m. Friday, June 3 at Den Herder Funeral
Home, Paulding.
In lieu of flowers and other
funeral memorabilia, contributions may be made in memory
of Paige Lee Sprow in care of
Patricia Lee Sprow, 12052 Dennis St., Paulding OH 45879.
Online condolences may be sent
to www.denherderfh.com.

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On Lovinas birthday, another


summer wedding gets published
It is 6:42 a.m. and our three
youngest just left with the bus
for another day at school. They
are counting the days left of this
term. Eight and one-half days
left! I still have a hard time getting used to the bus coming this
early. All the years our children
went to school, the bus was never here until 7 a.m. or a little after. Changes are hard to get used
to in our lives!
Talking about changes in life.
Our family will have another
change and Ill probably have
the hardest time with it. On the
other hand, Im excited and happy for daughter Susan, 20, and
her special friend, Mose. They
were published in church this
past Sunday to announce their
wedding date. They picked Friday, Aug. 5, for their special day.
Mose and Susan have been
dating for four years and we
have no doubt in our minds that
he will be a good husband to
our daughter. He seems like my
own son and I hope that never
changes. It is so much easier on
a couple if both families accept
the life partner of their family
member. May God bless their
marriage and grant them many
happy, healthy years together!
With the wedding coming up
I see busy months ahead! We
will be more organized than
with Elizabeth and Timothys
wedding. We were in the process of putting up a pole barn
last year, which delayed all the
other work.
Susans dress for the wedding
is mostly finished. The rest of
ours are cut out, but still waiting
to be sewn. That is what I plan to
do the next few days.
I feel better to sew now since
our whole garden was planted
Saturday. We are enjoying radishes and green onions from the
early things we planted. Mose
and his brother Freeman assisted
us with our work on Saturday.
The pole barn was organized
and cleaned up. When it gets
closer to the wedding, we want
to wash down the walls and
ceilings on both sides of the
pole barn. We will set tables in
both sides and open the garage
door thats in the middle.
Mose and daughters Susan
and Verena planted flowers in
my flower beds. We put out 68
tomato plants. With everyones
help, the garden was quickly
filled. Now its up to our good
Lord to provide sunshine and
rain to make things grow. Some
years we have a bountiful crop
and others not much, but we

Lovinas sister brought a cake to celebrate Lovinas 45th birthday.

want to take what He sends.


On Sunday, May 22, I also
turned another year older. We
had communion services at sister Emma and Jacobs house.
After the services were over,
everyone sang Happy Birthday to me and sister Emma
brought out a cake with candles.
Luckily she only had a four and
five for candles. I dont know if
I could have handled blowing
out 45 candles.
Emma sent the cake home
with me. We had it for supper
with our children. The children went after pizza in town
and they grilled hot wings so I
wouldnt have to cook on my
birthday. We had a nice evening
together!
On Thursday, we traveled to
Berne, Ind., to brother Amos
and Nancys house for the wedding of their daughter Lovina
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4A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

FOR THE RECORD


Forum Readers Opinion
Express
your opinion

The Paulding County Progress provides a public forum through FORUM


Reader Opinion Letters to the Editor
for area residents to expres their opinions and exchange ideas on any topic
of public interest. All letters submitted
are subject to the Publishers approval,
and MUST include an original signature and daytime telephone number for
verification. We wont print unsigned
letters.
Letters should be brief and concise.
Letters must also conform to libel law
and be in good taste. Please limit letters to no more than 500 words. We
reserve the right to edit and to correct
grammatical errors. We also reserve
the right to verify statements or facts
presented in the letters.
The opinions stated are those of the
writer, and do not necessarily reflect
that of the newspaper.
Where to write: Letters to the Editor,
Paulding County Progress, P.O. Box
180, Paulding, OH 45879; or drop them
off at the office, 113 S. Williams St. The
deadline is noon Thursday the week
prior to publicaiton.

Cats are doing


a great service
Dear Editor,
We applaud Wanda Rohlf,
David andPatsy Glick, and
Reda and Wendall Adams
for their recent letter to the
Paulding Progress regarding the care and feedingof
thecats at thefairgrounds. If
anyone should be prosecuted,
it should be those who dump
the cats in the first place.
Isnt it possible that those
cats do a great job of exterminating mice and other rodents
at the fairgrounds?
The Black Plague in medieval Europe came about because cats were believed to be
evil and exterminated, leaving
the rat population to multiply
freely and in turn carry the
fleas that carried the Bubonic
Plague. Half of the human
population subsequentlydied.
The cats are actually doing a
great service.
To whomever posted that
notice: Please, please reconsider and take it down!
John and Nancy Morse
Payne

Parents thankful
for Kindergarten
Young 5s class

Dear Editor,
Oh, what changes a year
can bring when youre learning and having fun! These
words were spoken by our
daughter, Addilyn, at her YK
end-of-the-year program,
and describe what the Young
5s program did for her. She
learned A LOT, met new
friends, and had fun while
doing so.
A year ago, we were faced

with the decision to send


Addilyn to developmental
preschool at PEVS for a
second year or open enroll
to Wayne Trace and take
advantage of the Young 5s
Transitional Kindergarten
Program at Payne Elementary. The decision wasnt easy
there was more to it than
her riding a bus to and from
school every day. Could she
withstand being in school all
day, every day? We had to set
up new, after-school childcare
for her, and rearrange our
work schedules so we could
transport her to school every
day, since we do not reside in
the WT school district. This
opportunity was also possible
because the classroom was
not full. They do take children
who reside within the WT
district first.
In the fall, Addilyn started
out the school year being able
to identify approximately 10
letters, and very few numbers.
Writing these letters and numbers was even more difficult.
She could write her name, but
it was nothing spectacular.
Addilyns progress has been
remarkable, and the credit
goes to Mrs. Rachel Hire, the
Young 5s Transitional Kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Hire
does AMAZING work with
these little people!
As the year progressed,
Addilyn was able to identify
all of the letters, numbers,
and shapes; her writing began
to improve, and she began
to sound out and read sight
words. She is now able to
sound some words out, identify sight words, spell simple
words, and do simple math.
This kindergarten program
not only focuses on the main
developmental skills such as
letter and number recognition/
writing, but it also incorporates
reading, math, science, art,
gym, music and so much more.
Of course, there has to be
carry-over in the home, too,
to strengthen these skills. We
have spent a lot of time reinforcing what was being taught
in the classroom.
We are so grateful that
Addilyn could partake in this
wonderful opportunity. We
have no doubt that she will be
ready for traditional kindergarten in the fall. The staff at
Payne Elementary made this
year of change a great one for
us THANK YOU all for the
year of education, guidance
and patience.
If youre interested in
learning more about this great
opportunity, call Payne Elementary at 419-263-2415.
Bubba and Michelle Davis
Paulding

Homestead Exemption
applications due June 6
Paulding County Auditor Claudia Fickel is reminding homeowners that the deadline for Homestead Exemption is June 6.
The Homestead Exemption is a tax credit that results in a
reduction in real estate taxes for those who qualify:
At least 65 years of age or turn 65 during 2016 or,
Totally and permanently disabled as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Have an Ohio Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of less than
$31,500 for 2015.
Own and occupy your home as of Jan. 1, 2016.
For more information, contact the auditors office at 419399-8205 or stop by the auditors office, first floor in the court
house, 115 N. Williams St., Paulding, between 8 a.m.-4:30
p.m., Monday-Friday, or visit the website at www.pauldingcountyauditor.com.

County Court
Civil Docket:
Unifund CCR LLC, Cincinnati vs. Angel Torman, Grover
Hill. Other action, satisfied.
Sarah J. Mowery D.D.S.
Inc., Antwerp vs. Joanna Garcia-Martinez, Paulding. Small
claims, satisfied.
Michael S. Boggs D.D.S.
Inc., Hicksville vs. Kaden
Brumett, Antwerp. Small
claims, judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of $240.51.
The Cincinnati Insurance
Company, Cincinnati vs. Kyle
Hicks, Hicksville. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff
in the sum of $2,680.65.
Credit Acceptance Corporation, Southfield, Mich.
vs. Thomas Jones, Defiance.
Other action, judgment for
the plaintiff in the sum of
$7,264.41.
Jefferson Capital Systems
LLC, St. Cloud, Minn. vs. Jeff
Pieper, Paulding. Other action,
dismissed.
LVNV Funding LLC,
Greenville, S.C. vs. Joseph
Guyton, Melrose. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff
in the sum of $1,592.05.
Wendy Tillery, Grover Hill
vs. Zackary R. Strable, Paulding. Small claims, judgment
for the plaintiff in the amount
of $617.70.
Charlie D. Egnor Sr., Paulding vs. Jennifer Ankney, Defiance. Small claims, judgment
for the plaintiff in the sum of
$576.
Portfolio Recovery Associates, Norfolk, Va. vs. Sara S.
Paputsakis, Paulding. Other
action, dismissed.
Van Wert County Hospital,
Van Wert vs. Chad E. Showalter and Sonya Showalter,
Grover Hill. Other action,
judgment for the plaintiff in
the sum of $6,591.07.
Returned to You LTD,
Paulding vs. Jimmy Smith,
Antwerp. Small claims, dismissed.
Return to You LTD, Pauld-

Property transfers
The term et al. refers to and others; et vir., and husband; et ux.,
and wife.

Brown Township
Joseph L. and Alana R.
Essex to Helen M. Maddock,
trustee; Sec. 34 and 35, 1.65
acres. Warranty deed.
Helen M. Maddox, trustee
to Joseph L. and Alana R.
Essex; Sec. 38 and 35, 21.53
acres. Fiduciary deed.
Jackson Township
Douglas A. and Diane S.
Goyings to Goyings Farms
Real Estate LLC; Sec. 6,
15.972 acres; 5.006 acres;
5.006 acres and 14.531 acres.
Warranty deed.
Sharon Lee Peck, et al.
to Charles H. and Kimberly
Cook; Sec. 25, 0.091 acre.
Warranty deed.
Charles H. and Kimberly
Cook to Charles H. and Kimberly Cook; Sec. 25, 4.091
acres. Quit claim.

Sharon Lee Peck, et al. to


Taryn K. Nelson and Nathan
Dobbelaere; Sec. 25, 0.098
acre. Warranty deed.
Taryn K. Nelson and Nathan Dobbelaere to Taryn K.
Nelson and Nathan Dobbelaere; Sec. 25, 1.097 acre. Quit
claim.
Sharon Lee Peck, et al. to
Four G. Farms LLC; Sec. 25,
76.560 acres. Warranty deed.
Scott Keck, et al. to Four
G. Farms LLC; Sec. 24 and
25, 80.423 acres. Warranty
deed.
Paulding Township
Donald R. Stoller, trustee,
et al. to Elaine L. Stoller and
Donald R. Stoller, trustees,
et al.; Sec. 4, 163.38 acres
and 163.38 acres; and Sec. 5,
69.13 acres. Fiduciary deed.
Marguerite M. Stoller, dec.
to Ray A. Stoller, et al.; Sec.
34, 4.17 acres and 43 acres.
Affidavit.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


Pursuant to Section 5739.021 of the Ohio Revised Code; the
Board of County Commissioners of Paulding County, Ohio,
will conduct Public Hearings for the purpose of considering the
renewal of one half percent (1/2%) sales tax on all retail sales
in addition to the tax imposed by Section 5739.02 of the Ohio
Revised Code. The Public Hearings will be held in the office
of the County Commissioners, located at 115 North Williams
Street, Suite B-l, Paulding, Ohio 45879 on Wednesday, June 15,
2016, at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesday, June 22, 2016, at 10:00 a.m.
Nola Ginter, Clerk
Board of County Commissioners
Paulding County, Ohio

Jim Hoops (left) was the speaker at the Kiwanis Club of Paulding
County. Formerly a state representative for the area, he currently is
working in workforce development at Northwest State Community
College at Archbold. Tony Burkley was program chairman.

ing vs. Carrie Dysinger, Paulding. Small claims, judgment


for the plaintiff in the sum of
$793.65.
Jamie Bullinger, Paulding
vs. Andrew Schweitzes, Sherwood. Small claims, judgment
for the plaintiff in the sum of
$600.
Amanda Perez, Defiance
vs. Brandon Rohdy, Defiance.
Small claims, dismissed.
Criminal Docket:
Dustin R. Miller, Payne, assault; $200 fine, $286 costs, 24
days jail; pay fines and costs,
91 days EMHA in lieu of remaining jail time; shall have
no contact with victim or residence; complete 20 hours of
community service; placed on
standard probation; make restitution.
Tyler Edgar, Antwerp, menacing; dismissed.
Tyler Edgar, Antwerp, disorderly conduct; $75 fine,
$153 costs; pay all fines and
costs and maintain general
good behavior.
Christopher D. Betts,
Paulding, drug abuse instruments; $132 costs; 90 days
jail suspended; pay all fines
and costs; complete 60 hours
of community service; shall
maintain good behavior.
Joshua Williams, Haviland,
zoning violation; $150 fine,
$75 suspended; $95 costs; pay
all fines and costs; shall maintain general good behavior.
Paul J. Bakle, Van Wert,
complicity; dismissed.
Tyler C. Enmark, Paulding,
negligent assault; $157 costs,
60 days jail suspended; pay all
fines and costs; placed on standard probation; pay $7,526.66
in restitution; complete 40
hours of community service;
shall maintain general good
behavior.
Taryn N. Grimes, Defiance,
disorderly conduct; $75 fine,
$95 costs; charge reduced; pay
all fines and costs; shall maintain general good behavior.

Traffic Docket:
Renata Dynka, Kitchener,
Ont., 79/65 speed; $33 fine,
$77 costs.
Briana M. Sinn, Haviland,
69/55 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Luke E. Hughes, Edwardsville, Ill., 83/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Gabriel G. Alenxander,
Cranberry Town, Pa., 84/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Felisha N. Rice, Indianapolis, 80/65 speed; $43 fine, $85
costs.
Debra L. Howell, Paulding,
68/55 speed; $33 fine, $82
costs.
Dylan Gregory, Paulding,
No operators license; $50
fine, $25 suspended, $87 costs.
Thomas J. Doty, Lyons, stop
sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Sherri K. Ramey, Antwerp,
66/55 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Douglas K. Clingaman, Defiance, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Boyd W. Vance, Oakwood,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Sawyer L. Temple, Payne,
tinted windows; $68 fine, $77
costs.
Richard J. Sartor, Toledo,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Brendan M. Sullivan, Chicago, 79/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Hei D. Kwok, Schererville,
Ill., 82/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Carla S. Conley, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
James E. Streeter, Anderson, Ind., 87/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
James R. Ritchie, Columbus
Grove, seat belt; $30 fine, $47
costs.
Derrick L. Grayson, Pittsburgh, 87/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Freda L. Donley, Auburn,
Ind., 70/55 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Shelyce S. Brown, Defiance,

Common Pleas
Washington Township
Raul and Katherine F.
Vielma to Geoffrey T. and
Christine M. Yenser; Sec. 9,
70.322 acres. Warranty deed.
Antwerp Village
Norman L. and Suzanne S.
Rister to Small Town Bliss
LLC; Lot 2, Daggett 1st Add.,
0.035 acre. Warranty deed.
Oakwood Village
Joseph L. and Alana R.
Essex to Helen M. Maddock,
trustee; Sec. 35, Outlots, 48.84
acres and 30 acres. Warranty
deed.
Paulding Village
Jeanne Ann Myers, dec.
to Dawn M. Rager; Lot 26,
Noneman 2nd Add., 0.17 acre.
Certificate of transfer.
Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development to Greg
A. Porter, Lot 29, Henning
Add., .20 acre. Deed limited.
True Grit, LLC to Stacey
M. Henderson and Donald W.
Moody; Lot 13, Gasser Add.,
0.20 acre. Warranty deed.

Civil Docket

The term et al. refers to and others; et vir., and husband; et ux.,
and wife.

In the matter of: Brett J.


Rogge, Antwerp and Diana
Rogge, Antwerp. Dissolution
of marriage.
In the matter of: Varaina C.
Dulaney, Antwerp and Charlie
R. Dulaney III, Paulding. Dissolution of marriage.
Kimberly L. Anderson, Defiance vs. Ryan Anderson, Paulding. Divorce.
Marriage Licenses
Ashia Larenda Sneed, 30,
Paulding, crew member and
Dezare Blu Bannister, 28,
Paulding, homemaker. Parents
are Houston Sneed and Patricia
Morrison; and William Bannister and Michele Geiger.
Jesse Wayne Chaney, 22,
Oakwood, general labor and
Crimsen Paige Back, 22, Oakwood, general labor. Parents are
Kenny Chaney and Stacy Nichols; and Roger Back and Linda
Finnegan.

Rylee Scott Carlisle, 24,


Paulding, police officer and
Blake Nichole Saylor, 26,
Paulding, general laborer. Parents are Edgar Carlisle and
MaeLee Albert; and Dennis B.
Saylor and Marian Savieo.
Robert Donald Cavinder, 52,
Paulding, Cooper Farms and
Fredia Gail Hurley, 56, Paulding, Cooper Farms. Parents are
Robert W. Cavinder and Karen
Conley; and Tom Parsons and
Viola Crum.
Tyrel Eugene Frazer, 27,
Heber City, Utah, project manager and Amber Marie Gebers,
25, Heber City, Utah, lead teller.
Parents are Quentin Frazer and
Wanda Ashenfelter; and Michael P. Gebers and Denise M.
Brown.
Administration Docket
In the Estate of Bessie Stroup,
application to administer file.
In the Estate of William L.
Bates, application to administer file.
Criminal Docket
None.

For the Record


State License #25417

Phone: 419-393-4690

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Now Installing Water Softeners
Heat Pumps
and Sulfur Removal Systems
Furnaces
Air Conditioners

FREE ESTIMATES!!!

It is the policy of the


Paulding County Progress
to publish public records as
they are reported or released
by various agencies. Names
appearing in For the Record
are published without
exception, to preserve the
fairness and impartiality of
the Progress and as a news
service to our readers.

82/65 speed; $43 fine, $80


costs.
Jacob T. Shook, Antwerp,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Darvin Deloss, W. Bloomfield, Mich., 98/65 speed; $43
fine, $85 costs.
Les C. Martin, Orland,
Calif., 72/65 speed; $33 fine,
$77 costs.
Ramy G. Hadad, Plymouth,
Mich., 82/65 speed; $43 fine,
$85 costs.
William A. Walsh, Fort
Wayne, marked lanes; $53 fine,
$77 costs.
Randy L. Gardner, Selma,
Ind., 76/65 speed; $33 fine, $85
costs.
Mary J. Miller, Continental,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Kimberly A. Hyman, Delphi,
Ind., seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Jason C. Crossland, Napoleon, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Robert A. Gibson, Fort
Wayne, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Clayton D. Hastings, Forest,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Anthony E. Meyer, Sherwood, seat belt; $30 fine, $47
costs.
Nathan W. Priest, Fort Jennings, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
William M. Craig, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
John F. Barton, Indianapolis, 84/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Erika M. Miller, Defiance,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Johnathan L. Overmyer,
Cecil, seat belt; $20 fine, $50
costs.
Kelly Bussing, Paulding,
wrongful entrustment of vehicle; $100 fine, $87 costs.
Redmond M. Griggs, Brooklyn, N.Y., obedience to traffic
devices/signs; $53 fine, $80
costs.
Joseph M. Wendt, Fort
Wayne, 80/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Perry E. Siler, Florence, Ky.,
67/55 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Christopher A. Thompson,
Lambertville, Mich., 78/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Loretta K. Fields, Paulding,
77/55 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Brittany M. Ure, Lakewood,
82/65 speed; $43 fine, $85
costs.
Perry D. Scott, Detroit, 73/55
speed; $100 fine, $95 costs.
Michelle L. Litchfield, Fort
Wayne, seat belt; $30 fine, $47
costs.
Garry S. Nardone, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $80 costs.
Debra J. Richardson, Convoy, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
fine.
Bing J. Wang, St. Louis,
Mo., passing violation; $53
fine, $80 costs.
Natalie R. Sabin, Fort
Wayne, 82/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Khalid Ibrahim S. Alzunaytan, Erie, Pa., 82/65 speed; $43
fine, $85 costs.

Correction

In our May 18 edition, a


photo caption of Michael
Wehrkamp as a Kiwanis
speaker contained some erroneous information about his
current employment. Wehrkamp, a native of Paulding
County, is a judicial attorney
at the Third District Court of
Appeals, which serves as the
Paulding County Court of Appeals, as well as the court of
appeals for 16 other northwest
Ohio counties.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5A

Legals
RESOLUTION 1313-16
Resolution 1313-16 was passed
by Paulding Village Council
on May 16, 2016, and goes into
effect and shall be in force immediately. The summary of this
legislation is as follows:
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF
PAULDING TO PREPARE
AND SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDING FROM
THE OHIO DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORTATION JOBS
AND COMMERCE THROUGH
THE PAULDING COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
FOR USR 127/GASSER ROAD
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AND TO EXECUTE
CONTRACTS AS REQUIRED.
Copies of the full text of this legislation may be obtained at the
Finance Directors Office, 116
South Main Street, between the
hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Annette D. Hasch,
Finance Director
LEGAL NOTICE
2016 Paulding County Chip
Seal Project
Sealed bids will be received by
the Board of County Commissioners of Paulding, Ohio, at its
office in the Court House, 115
N. Williams Street, Rm. B-l,
Paulding, Ohio, until 9:45 A.M.,
D.S.T. on June 13,2016
PROPOSAL:
Chip sealing various County
roads within Paulding County,
Ohio.
Engineers Estimate = $283,391.01
Each bidder is required to furnish
with its proposal, a Bid Guaranty
and Contract Bond in accordance
with Section 153.54 of the Ohio
Revised Code. Bid security furnished in Bond form, shall be
issued by a Surety Company or
Corporation licensed in the State
of Ohio to provide said surety.
Each Proposal must contain the
full name of the party or parties
submitting the proposal and all
persons interested therein. The
owner intends and requires that
this project be completed as listed
above.

All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will,


to the extent practicable use Ohio
products, materials, services, and
labor in the implementation of
their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal
employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative
Code Chapter 123, the Governors Executive Order of 1972,
and Governors Executive Order
84-9 shall be required.
All contractors shall follow all applicable Federal and State OSHA
regulations. The contractor shall
also hold the County Engineer
harmless for any violations or
fines received while engaged in
this project.
All contractors must provide current Certificate of Liability Insurance Coverage for $1,000,000
along with a current Certificate of
Workers Compensation Coverage, before they can be hired to
perform any type of work for the
Paulding County.
Bidders must comply with the
prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements in Paulding
County, Ohio as determined by
the Ohio Department of Industrial
Relations.
All materials shall conform to
the 2013 revision of the State of
Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and Material Specifications.
DOMESTIC STEEL USE
REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.011 OF
THE REVISED CODE APPLY
TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES
OF SECTION 153.011 OF
THE REVISED CODE CAN
BE OBTAINED FROM ANY
OF THE OFFICES OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
Prevailing Wage. Recipient
shall comply, and shall require
that all Contractors and subcontractors working on the Project
comply, with the prevailing wage
requirements contained in Sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the
Revised Code.
Sealed bids shall be in writing and
in accordance with specifications
furnished by Paulding County
and on file in the Offices of the

Police Report

Paulding County Engineer and


Commissioners.
Bids are to be sealed and addressed to the Clerk of the Board
of Commissioners of Paulding
County, Ohio, and bids on the
above named items to be marked:
PROPOSAL: 2016
PAULDING COUNTY
CHIP SEAL PROJECT
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject
any and/or all bids received.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners
Paulding County, Ohio
Nola Ginter
Clerk, Board of Commissioners
LEGAL NOTICE
2016 Paulding County Paving
Sealed bids will be received by
the Board of County Commissioners of Paulding, Ohio, at its
office in the Court House, 115
N. Williams Street, Rm. B-l,
Paulding, Ohio, until 9:30 A.M.,
D.S.T. on June 13,2016
PROPOSAL:
Asphalt Paving of various roads
in Paulding County, Ohio. The
owner intends and requires that
the project be completed no later
than September 2, 2016.
Engineers
Estimate
=
$479,573.63
Each bidder is required to furnish
with its proposal, a Bid Guaranty
and Contract Bond in accordance
with Section 153.54 of the Ohio
Revised Code. Bid security furnished in Bond form, shall be
issued by a Surety Company or
Corporation licensed in the State
of Ohio to provide said surety.
Each Proposal must contain the
full name of the party or parties
submitting the proposal and all
persons interested therein. The
owner intends and requires that
this project be completed as listed
above.
All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will,
to the extent practicable use Ohio
products, materials, services, and
labor in the implementation of
their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal
employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative
Code Chapter 123, the Gover-

nors Executive Order of 1972,


and Governors Executive Order
84-9 shall be required.
All contractors shall follow all applicable Federal and State OSHA
regulations. The contractor shall
also hold the County Engineer
harmless for any violations or
fines received while engaged in
this project.
All contractors must provide current Certificate of Liability Insurance Coverage for $1,000,000
along with a current Certificate of
Workers Compensation Coverage, before they can be hired to
perform any type of work for the
Paulding County.
Bidders must comply with the
prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements in Paulding
County, Ohio as determined by
the Ohio Department of Industrial
Relations.
All materials shall conform to
the 2013 revision of the State of
Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and Material Specifications.
DOMESTIC STEEL USE
REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.011 OF
THE REVISED CODE APPLY
TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES
OF SECTION 153.011 OF
THE REVISED CODE CAN
BE OBTAINED FROM ANY
OF THE OFFICES OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
Prevailing Wage. Recipient
shall comply, and shall require
that all Contractors and subcontractors working on the Project
comply, with the prevailing wage
requirements contained in Sections 4115.03 to 4115.16 of the
Revised Code.
Sealed bids shall be in writing and
in accordance with specifications
furnished by Paulding County
and on file in the Offices of the
Paulding County Engineer and
Commissioners.
Bids are to be sealed and addressed to the Clerk of the Board
of Commissioners of Paulding
County, Ohio, and bids on the
above named items to be marked:
PROPOSAL: 2016 PAULDING COUNTY PAVING
The Board of County Commis-

sioners reserves the right to reject ifications are on file in the Department of Transportation.
any and/or all bids received.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners
PROBATE COURT OF
Paulding County, Ohio
PAULDING COUNTY,
Nola Ginter
OHIO
Clerk, Board of Commissioners
JOHN A. DEMUTH, JUDGE
IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME
NOTICE
OF Christi Lynn Poulin (Present
The following matters are the Name) Christi Fae Lynn (Name
subject of this public notice by Requested).
the Ohio Environmental Protec- Case No. 20166008
tion Agency. The complete public
NOTICE OF
notice, including any additional
HEARING
ON CHANGE OF
instructions for submitting comNAME
ments, requesting information,
[R.C. 2717.01]
a public hearing, or filing an apApplicant
hereby gives notice to
peal may be obtained at: http://
www.epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx all interested persons that the apor Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, plicant has filed an Application
50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, for Change of Name in the ProColumbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614- bate Court of Paulding County,
644-3037 email: HClerk@epa. Ohio, requesting the change of
name of Christi Lynn Poulin to
ohio.gov
Christi Fae Lynn. The hearing
Final Modification of Drinking on the application will be held
Water System Classification
on the 6th day of July, 2016, at
Village of Paulding
10:00 oclock a.m. in the Probate
116 S Main St, Paulding, OH Court of Paulding, County, lo45879
cated at 115 N. Williams Street,
ID #: OH6300411
Paulding, Ohio 45879.
Date of Action: 05/23/2016
Christi Poulin
This final action not preceded by
19851 Co. Rd. 1048
proposed action and is appealable
Defiance, Ohio 43512
to ERAC.
Pursuant to OAC 3745-7-03(C)
LEGAL NOTICE
(2)(c) Table A & B, a reduction
The annual election of the Direcin minimum staffing is approved
tors of the Paulding County Agfor a minimum Class 3 Water
ricultural Society will be held on
Supply operator of record to be
Saturday, June 18, 2016 between
physically present at the system 5
the hours of 12 noon and 4:00 pm.
days per week for a minimum of
Said election will be held in the
25 hours per week.
Secretarys Office on the Paulding County Fairgrounds. Only
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
those persons holding a 2016
STATE OF OHIO
Paulding County Agricultural SoDEPARTMENT OF
ciety membership will be allowed
TRANSPORTATION
to vote in said election.
Columbus, Ohio Division of ConSusan Miller
struction Management
Paulding County Agricultural
Legal Copy Number: 160424
Society
Sealed proposals will be accepted
Secretary
from pre-qualified bidders at the
ODOT Office of Contracts until
10:00 a.m. on June 30, 2016. Proj If you dont advertise,
ect 160424 is located in Paulding
you are not likely to
County, /PUT-US 127/SR 15/SR
get customers. Learn
111/SR 634 and is a TWO LANE
how your community
RESURFACING project. The
newspaper can help you
date set for completion of this
call the Progress today
work shall be as set forth in the
at 419-399-4015.
bidding proposal. Plans and Spec-

Sheriffs Report

ACCIDENT REPORTS
None.
INCIDENT REPORTS
Thursday, May 19
7:45 p.m. A report of two boys skateboarding in the pool at
the Paulding Water Park was received by officers. They were
charged with trespassing and were banned from any village
owned parks.
10 p.m. A report was received of a possible child abuse case
at a Sugar Street location.
11:33 p.m. A possible prowler was reported on Kay Street.
Friday, May 20
3:45 p.m. A resident of Partridge Place Drive reported receiving harassing messages.
Saturday, May 21
1:26 a.m. An officer was called to a North Williams Street
location in regards to a possible drunk woman standing on the
street. After attempts were made to contact family members, the
officer transported her to an acquaintances house.
4:23 a.m. A report was received about a possible rape on
Emerald Road.
9:45 p.m. A truck hit a gas pump at a business on North Williams Street. A customer had gone inside the business and the
truck had not been put in gear. The gas pump was shut off and
caution tape was placed around the pump.
11:48 p.m. A call was received about a slashed tire on North
Main Street.
Sunday, May 22
1:08 a.m. Someone shooting a BB gun was reported on North
Main Street.
Monday, May 23
12:05 a.m. Officers were called to a family disturbance on
West Perry Street.
11:21 a.m. Officer responded to a neighbor problem on Helen
Street.
5:25 p.m. A suspicious person was reported on Nancy Street.
Tuesday, May 24
12 a.m. A loud music complaint was received from a West
Wayne Street residence.
Wednesday, May 25
8:08 a.m. An officer was called to an assault on North Williams Street.
9:48 a.m. A report was received about six boys riding bicycles in the skate park at LaFountain Park.
2:48 p.m. Officers received a call about cars going around the
road closed signs on Walnut Street, tearing up a residents yard.

ACCIDENTS:
Sunday, May 22
4:35 p.m. Eric John Lorber, 24, Fort
Wayne, was driving a 2007 Ford Focus
westbound on US 24 in Carryall Township, when he fell asleep. The vehicle
crossed the fast lane, drove into a median and struck a guardrail that led to
the center columns on the Road 43
overpass. The car received functional
damage and was towed from the scene.
Lorber did not sustain any injuries and
was cited for failure to control.
Wednesday, May 25
3:06 a.m. A 2003 Chevy Silverado
driven by Benjamin Lloyd Estle, 16, of
Oakwood, was towed from the scene
after striking a telephone pole. Estle
was southbound on Ohio 66, just north
of Ohio 613 in Brown Township, when
he fell asleep and went off the west side
of the roadway, hitting the pole. He was
taken to Paulding County Hospital with
non-incapacitating injuries. The vehicle
sustained disabling damage and Estle
was cited with failure to control.
INCIDENTS:
Thursday, May 19
8:47 p.m. A call was received from
Superior Street in Melrose about a fight.
Friday, May 20
9:01 a.m. Domestic problems were
reported from Road 250A in Carryall
Township.
3:14 p.m. A resident of Road 180
called about receiving unwanted text
messages.
Saturday, May 21
4:23 a.m. Deputies assisted the Paulding Police Department with a possible
rape on Tom Tim Drive.
1 p.m. A complaint was received
from Road 104 in Oakwood about

four-wheelers.
3:42 p.m. A resident of Road 85 in
Crane Township reported unauthorized
charges to their checking account.
5:28 p.m. A possible sexual abuse
case was reported from North Main
Street in Antwerp.
11:35 p.m. A four-wheeler complaint
was called in from South Main Street in
Payne.
11:46 p.m. A call was received from
Road 72 in Latty Township about a possible prowler.
Sunday, May 22
1:45 a.m. A complaint of loud music
and noise was reported from Ohio 66 in
Brown Township.
4:34 a.m. Brandon Cooper was arrested on a warrant out of Paulding
County Court.
8:20 p.m. Theft was reported from
Second Street in Latty.
8:31 p.m. A call was received regarding four-wheelers on Road 123 in Harrison Township.
8:53 p.m. Theft was reported from
Third Street in Latty.
Monday, May 23
11:38 a.m. A car fire was reported
from Buffalo Street in Antwerp. A EMS
unit and a fire unit were on scene less
than 15 minutes.
3:19 p.m. A resident of Road 162 in
Antwerp reported receiving threats.
5:33 p.m. A verbal disturbance was
reported from Ohio 66 in Oakwood.
Tuesday, May 24
2:41 a.m. A suspicious vehicle was
reported on Road 126 in Jackson Township.
9 a.m. Another suspicious vehicle
was reported in Ohio 613 in Jackson
Township.

Tuesday, May 24
10:05 a.m. A theft was reported from
East Main Street in Haviland.
3:15 p.m. A call was received about
an assault on Road 148 in Oakwood.
5:55 p.m. A theft was reported from
a Road 33 residence in Harrison Township.
9:23 p.m. Deputies received a call
about vandalism at a Road 139 Emerald
Township residence.
Wednesday, May 25
12:55 a.m. A suspicious person was
reported on Blaine Street in Scott.
9:52 p.m. A resident of US 127 in
Blue Creek Township called to report
trespassing.
Thursday, May 26
10:52 a.m. Vandalism to a vehicle on
Road 166 in Auglaize Township was reported.

Homicide suspect
granted funds
for investigator

PAULDING Bradley R. Gillespie, 43, of Defiance, charged with two


counts murder (unclassified felonies
with firearm specifications), was granted his motion for appropriation of funds
for an investigator.
Paulding County Common Pleas
Court set aside up to $5,000 to be used
by investigator Matthew Sauer of Columbus regarding this case.
Gillespie is accused of the double
homicide of Hannah Fischer and Frank
Tracy Jr. in February.

Commissioners Journal
Commissioners Journal May 16, 2016
This 16th day of May, 2016, the Board of
County Commissioners met in regular session
with the following members present: Tony
Zartman, Roy Klopfenstein, Mark Holtsberry,
and Nola Ginter, Clerk.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Judge Beckman, Common Pleas Court, met
with the commissioners to discuss a defense
investigator for the Gillespie trial. She noted
Mr. Gillespies defense attorneys requested a
defense investigator be retained to assist them
in their defense. Judge Beckman noted it is
the defendants right to have one provided.
She said she anticipates 55 to 60 hours will be
necessary at approximately $85 per hour plus
expenses. The commissioners appropriated
funds for this expense (see resolution below).
County Auditor Claudia Fickel presented
the paperwork for the modification agreement
between the Auditor of State and the Paulding
County Commissioners regarding the audit
(see resolution below).
Jim Langham, Paulding Progress, met
briefly with the commissioners. The commissioners suggested he do an article focused
on the many volunteers in Paulding County.
They applauded all the volunteers who make
a huge difference in the quality of life enjoyed by Paulding County residents.
Becky Suvar, WMEA, met with the commissioners to request permission to attend a
OALPRP Conference in Athens, Ohio. She

is looking forward to obtaining new materials for schools (education). She will also
take the opportunity to pick up additional
recycling bags. Suvar also reported she took
her first recycling to Erie Recycling, stating
the arrangement the county has with them is
working well.
IN THE MATTER OF ENTERING INTO
AN AGREEMENT WITH PAULDING
WIND FARM III LLC
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following
resolution:
WHEREAS, Paulding Wind Farm III
LLC is developing a wind-powered electric
generating facility to be located in Paulding County, Ohio, and Benton and Harrison
Townships, consisting of wind turbines, underground electrical systems, access roads,
lay-down and staging yards, a collector
substation and related facilities, with a total
planned nameplate capacity of 100.8 MW,
consisting of approximately 48 wind turbines; and
WHEREAS, in connection with the development, construction, operation, and maintenance of this project, it will be necessary
for the wind company, its contractors and
subcontractors, to perform its activities in
connection with Paulding County, Benton
Township, and Harrison Township roads,
culverts, bridges, and to intersect or pass over
or through drains and rights-of-way; now,
therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of


County Commissioners does hereby enter
into an Agreement for Use, Repair, and Improvement of Roads with Paulding Wind
Farm III LLC, a copy of which is on file at
the Commissioners Office and the Paulding
County Engineers Office.
IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING
THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION
(FUND 001-008)
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following
resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of
County Commissioners does hereby direct the
County Auditor to amend the 2016 Annual
Appropriation by appropriating the following, to-wit; 001-008-00012/General Fund/
Common Pleas/Other Expenses AMOUNT:
$5,000.
IN THE MATTER OF MODIFYING
THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION
(FUND 073)
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following
resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of
County Commissioners does hereby modify
the 2016 Annual Appropriation and hereby
directs the Paulding County Auditor to transfer funds in the DRETAC Fund (Fund 073);
to-wit; FROM: 073-001-00006/DRETAC/
Equipment/Treasurer TO: 073-001-00004/
DRETAC/Salaries-Official-Treasurer $1,232,
073-001-00010/DRETAC/Other Expenses

$31.90, 073-001-00011/DRETAC/PERS/
Treasurer $312.48 AMOUNT: $1,576.38.
IN THE MATTER OF A MODIFICATION AGREEMENT WITH PLATTENBURG & ASSOCIATES INC.
Klopfenstein moved to adopt the following
resolution:
WHEREAS, Paulding County has an existing agreement with Plattenburg & Associates Inc. to conduct the Countys annual
audit; and
WHEREAS, Additional audit procedures
related to GASB 68 and GASB 71 warrant a
modification to the original agreement due to
a change in scope; and
WHEREAS, Modifications are only appropriate for engagement services that were not
known at the time of the original proposal and
could not have reasonable been anticipated by
the parties during the bid process; now, therefore
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Auditor of
State Dave Yost and the Paulding County
Board of Commissioners do hereby enter into
a Modification Agreement with Plattenburg
& Associates Inc., and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Modification Agreement shall cover fiscal periods
from Jan. 1, 2015, through Dec. 31, 2017.
IN THE MATTER OF APPOINTING
A FACILITIES GOVERNING BOARD
MEMBER TO THE W.O.R.T.H. CENTER

Klopfenstein moved to adopt the following


resolution;
WHEREAS, Paulding County is a member
of the Western Ohio Regional Treatment and
Habilitation Center (W.O.R.T.H.), a community-based corrections facility located at
Lima; and
WHEREAS, as a Member County it is incumbent on this Board to act in conjunction
with the other Member Boards of Commissioners to reappoint the Commissioners appointment to the Facilities Governing Board;
and
WHEREAS, Kimberly Switzer has submitted her resignation to the Facilities Governing Board effective May 16, 2016;
BE IT RESOLVED, that this Board, as
a member County, and with the collective
Boards of County Commissioners, hereby
appoints Drew A. Wortman to the Facilities
Governing Board of W.O.R.T.H. to fill the
vacancy of Kimberly Switzer, for the remainder of the unexpired term of Kimberly Switzer, which shall expire on Oct. 12, 2018; and
be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, that Clerk of
this Board certify a copy of this Resolution
to the Facilities Governing Board of the
W.O.R.T.H. Center, which Resolution will
be included with the Resolutions of the other
eight (8) member Counties, which Resolutions collectively shall constitute the appointment of said member.

6A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

COMMUNITY
Engagement
EMILY WHITMAN
and
ANDREW HORNER
PAULDING Emily
Kathleen Whitman and
Andrew Nelson Horner of
Paulding announce their engagement and approaching
marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Bruce and Kara
Whitman of Payne. A graduate of Wayne Trace High
School and Northwest State
Community College, she is
employed at First Federal
Bank.
The prospective groom is
the son of Ed and Lonnie Leverton of Van Wert and Bill
and Kelly Horner of Fort
Wayne. He is a graduate of
Wayne Trace High School
and is employed at Lafarge.
The couple will exchange
wedding vows at 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 18, 2016 at
Edgerton Wesleyan Church
in Woodburn.

Paulding Exempted Village Schools recognized its 30-year staff members at a staff appreciation
breakfast, held on May 25. Those reaching 30 years of service to the district are, from left Vicki
Mewhorter, Paulding Elementary attendance secretary; Ann Wilhelm, Paulding Elementary library
aide; Cheri Estle, middle school English; and Kelly Snyder, Oakwood Elementary kindergarten.

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Birthdays
June 4 Geovoni Davis,
Lisa Holtsberry, Jeff Okuly,
Patty Escobedo Pena, Eloise
Shaw, Rosemary Thomas,
Bradley Williams.
June 5 Kyle Carlisle, Russell Long, Jacob Nardone, Jill
Schlegel, Kera Vance.
June 6 Dave Butler, Melissa Lyn Carlisle, Betty Lichty,
Chris Mapanao, Logan McCord, Hayle Miller.
June 7 Clark Aden, Katherine Anneken, Noelia Gonzales, Mackenzie Haney, Harrison Waldron.
June 8 Mary Messer-Adkins, John Ankney, Rick Baker, Dalton Lee, Brenda Riggenbach, Ashleigh Stallkamp,
Mike Tapia.
June 9 Velma Albert,
Donna Aufrance, Anna Emrich, Joseph Haines Jr., Lukas E. Laukhuf, Anna Myles,
Steve Offerle.
June 10 Jayden Daniels,
W.C. Meek, Ralph Roughton,
Ron Sierer, Joe Stromski.

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Retirees were recognized by Paulding Exempted Village


Schools at a staff appreciation breakfast on May 25. Those retiring are Ann Wilhelm (left), Paulding Elementary library aide; and
Ruth Reinman, custodian. Also retiring is Judy Gunderman (not
pictured), EMIS/assistant treasurer.

Divine Mercy Honor Roll


Honor roll for Divine Mercy Catholic School in Payne for
the fourth quarter:
4th Grade Kaden Clark, Kailyn Dienstberg, Isabelle Litzenberg, Jasmine Mattson, Raelyn Schweinsberg, Kaitlin Slade,
Eli Stuart, Maddox Treece, Caden Tumblin
5th Grade Maggie Cox, Tyler Davis, Kyle Slade, Oliver
Zamarrippa
6th Grade Cameron Graham, Christina Graham, Leslie
Pollock, Claire Schweller, Molli Shepherd, Grady Vogel

Weve all experienced the


beginning of a day that appears to be full of challenges.
We leave for work to find a flat
tire on our car, we cant find
our car keys, we realize we
just missed an important appointment; all such incidents
seemingly serve as indicators
that the day ahead might have
been better spent in the shelter
of home without attempting to
face the outside world.
A visit to an area drivethrough restaurant a few days
ago fit a similar category better known as, I just cant believe it.
It all started when I was
forced to wait for what seemed
like an uncalled for length
of time behind a car placing
an order in the drive-through
line. Whatever the situation
was with the vehicle in front
of me, things didnt speed up
at the pay window or the pickup window.
I placed my order, paid for
my food and so far, all was
well. I was just minutes, at
least I thought, from retrieving my breakfast sandwich,
oatmeal cookie and coffee.
But then things began to
change. For over 10 minutes I
waited while my food was being assembled. After a seemingly endless wait, I was told
the problem was baking my

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their families in time of need.
There are two basic services the agency provides:
1 - Emergency Financial Assistance - Provide short
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their families who demonstrate a need. This includes, but is not limited to, food, gas, mortgage/
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2 - Claims Assistance - Provide services for veterans
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We also provide reimbursement for the cost of
transportation to VA medical facilities in our area, or
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Our office hours are Tuesday thru Friday,
9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Arrangements can be made for
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Any questions, please call 419-399-8285
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oatmeal cookie but it would


soon be finished.
I continued to wait while
cars lined up behind me. Paranoia set in as I just knew that
everyone waiting behind me
was saying, What is it with
that guy up there? Just how
much can one man order?

Finally, the individual
working in the pick-up window came to me and said,
Your cookie will be ready in
30 seconds, would you please
pull into the parking space
over there and we will bring it
to you?
Youve got to be kidding
me, I thought. I waited 10
minutes at the pick-up window to be told I would need

to move along and wait in a


specified parking area because
my cookie was 30 seconds
away.
But the drama wasnt over.
By now I decided I was
going to time the moments
and see how long 30 seconds
would actually stretch into. So
I waited five minutes, 10 minutes and finally, 14 minutes
later, an employee came to the
car with a small box and said,
There sir, there is your fresh
hot cookie.
This was good, I now had
my coffee, which I picked up
at the window and the cookie
which was finally delivered to
me, but what about my breakfast sandwich?
Oh, Im sorry, said the
employee. No one told me
you had a breakfast sandwich.
So the waiting cycle began
again until the smiling employee returned with my sandwich.
Sorry for the wait, sir, have
a good day, was the comment, and we were all finally
on our way.
The cookie was hot and
good, the sandwich was good,
the coffee was nearly gone
and 31 minutes later I was off
into the day, wondering what
drama was just around the corner.

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Only the hands know


I always thought that being
left-handed was an inherited
trait. My mama was left-handed and I have two daughters
who are left-handed. After
thinking about lefties I was
surprised to find out that only
10-12 percent of the people
on earth are left-handed. Plus,
women are more prone to being left-handed than men.
There have been times
throughout
history
that
left-handedness was looked
upon as meaning many different things.
At one time, it was believed
that it meant a mark of the
devil, a nasty habit, a sign of
rebellion and criminal activity and it was believed that
left-handed people were prone
to die nine years before a rightpawed.The Oxford English
Dictionary defines left-handed
as meaning crippled, defective, awkward, clumsy, inept,
characterized by underhanded
dealings, ambiguous, doubtful, questionable, ill-omened,
inauspicious, and illegitimate.
(Of course, we know better.)
On the other hand (no pun
intended), being a leftie is also
a trait that indicates creativity
and musical abilities.
Tests conducted found that
there were more left-handed
people with IQs over 140 than
right-handed people. Famous
left-handed scholars like Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton,
Charles Darwin and Benjamin
Franklin.
So, whatever anyone says
negative about left-handed
people, simply dont know
their right hand from their left.
It has also been reported
that if a woman gives birth

a penny

for your Thoughts

By Nancy Whitaker

after age 40 it is 128 percent


more likely they will deliver a
leftie. Where does this information come from? I was sure
under age 40 when I had my
babies, and I had two lefties,
so a mothers age cant really
have anything to do with this.
What are your thoughts?
I believe that years ago,
it was more difficult to live
in a right-handed world. Today, leftie people are asking
for left-handed tools to make
tasks easier.
People who are left-handed have shared stories about
items exclusively made for the
right-handed person. One gentleman said that he had a difficult time with tools. It seemed
as if every tool was meant to
be used by a right paw. One
day, he did go shopping and
found a tape measure made for
lefties. Oh the joy! He did not
ever have to look at the numbers upside down again.
Pruning bushes was also another task that was difficult to
do with a normal tool. One
day he discovered a pruner

tool made for the people who


are left-handed. Needless to
say, the job was a whole lot
easier.
Did you know that a special
day was launched in 1996 for
those who are left-handed?
The date is Aug. 13 and awareness is raised of the difficulties and frustrations that lefthanders deal with in a world
designed for right-handed
people. Here are some things
we can do on that day.
Eat with your left hand all
day; use only your left hand
for writing or using a mouse;
attempt to cook dinner just
using your left hand and then
create a space that whenever
anyone enters, they, too, must
use their left hand. I think it
sounds like fun.
Did you know that eight
of our U.S. Presidents were
left-handed? Who were they?
Well, they include James Garfield, Herbert Hoover, Harry
Truman, Gerald Ford, Ronald
Reagan, George H.W. Bush
and todays president, Barack
Obama.
It is awkward for me to do
anything with my left hand.
It would be nice if we could
use both hands or beambidextrous. I really do not know how
hard it was for the left-handed
people to survive through the
years. I guess they just learn
to adjust. My next goal on my
bucket list is to learn to be ambidextrous. I think I am on a
roll, because I just typed this
whole column with my left
hand.
Now, if you believe that, I
will sell you an igloo in Hawaii or Ill give you a Penny
for Your Thoughts.

Antwerp Jr./Sr. High Honor Roll


Antwerp Junior High/High School honor roll
for the fourth nine weeks:
*Denotes 4.0
SENIORS
4.0-3.67 Sidney Barnhouse, Jeffrey Coleman, Emily Derck, Elizabeth Hawley, *Audrie
Longardner, Anne Miesle, Aaron ODonnell,
Blaire Rebber, Paige Rebber, Iann Roebel,
McKenzie Steele, *Jarrison Steiner, Samuel
Williamson, Jenna Wilson
3.66-3.33 Erik Buchan, Brooke Gerig,
Taylor Kochenour, Joshua Longardner, Kiana
Recker
3.32-3.0 Mikayla Boesch, Kirsten Price,
Brittany Smith, Haley Timbrook
JUNIORS
4.0-3.67 *Emily Butzin, *Matthew Dooley, Joshua Ehlinger, Evan Hilton, Erica Meyer,
Hunter Noel, *Emilee Phillips, Hanna Richey,
*Jaime Ryan, Hayden Spryn, Maggie Wilson
3.66-3.33 Carley DeLong, Mariah Elkins,
Dalton Foreman, Becca Johanns, Hannah
Schneider, Hunter Strickland
3.32-3.0 Trey Mills, Brandon Pendergrast,
Arron Romero, Sydney Sheedy, Peyton Short
SOPHOMORES
4.0-3.67 Brian Geyer, Alexandra Hindenlang, Brandon Laney, *Amelia Miller, Callie Perry
3.66-3.33 Brooke Hatlevig, Jonathon Pendergrast, Joshua Poulson, Rachel Williamson
3.32-3.0 Kaylee Bennett, Ashley Miller,
Kortney Smith, Jessica Walker
FRESHMEN
4.0-3.67 Keaton Altimus, Aston Barnhouse,
Kendall Billman, *Adam Butzin, Kati Carr,
*Austin Chirgwin, Kobe Dunderman, *Jason
Dunstan, *Brett Fulk, Kaitlyn Hamman, Jonathon Lederman, *Nathan Lee, Aubree Rager,
Charity Roebel, Jake Ryan, *Iris Sorrell, Joel
Steiner, *Jared Sukup, *Joshua Sukup, *Brayton Stuckey
3.66-3.33 Gene Garrett, Destiny Lee, Ty
Rebber, Gage Speaks, Corey Zartman
3.32-3.0 Chloe Franklin, Alayna Ryan
GRADE EIGHT
4.0-3.67 *Madison Boesch, Aleyah Cline,
Alyvia DeVore, *Alyssa Fuller, Adison Hin-

16t h

Paulding SWCD names


poster contest winners
By Staci Miller
Education specialist
Paulding SWCD
The Paulding Soil and Water Conservation
District recently held its annual poster contest,
open to students grades in grades K-6.
The 2016 Stewardship Title was We All
Need Trees. The poster was to be done by
each individual student using their imagination and creativity.
This year, more than 100 entries came from
students around Paulding County. The posters

The Paulding High School


honor roll for the fourth
nine weeks:
SENIORS
4.00 Lucas Arend, Victoria Bradford, Zach Buchman,
Sierra Bullard, Kasandra
Cogswell, Kynsie Etzler,
Megan Fife, Kelsey Hale,
Allison Harpel, Luke Jackson, Megan Reineck, Emilee
Ringler, Taylor Schooley,
Jordan Shull, Jarrett Sitton
3.5-3.9 Alex Arellano, Kelsey Beck, Destiny
Dangler-Reed, Corbin Edwards, Damon Egnor, Nathan Gee, Jowaine Grimes,
Lucas Hanenkratt, Taylor
Jackman, Victoria Johanns,
Kacie Karlstadt, Sam Ladd,
Brendon Lothamer, Taylor
Manz, Matthew Martinez,
Kim Matson, Samantha
Meggison, Bailey Meyer,
Branson Minck, Haley Porter, Devin Sanchez, Kristen
Schilt, Michelle Spears, Jaycie Varner, Dulce Vasquez
3.0-3.49 Johnathon Rose,
Andrew Stafford, Katherine
Stork
JUNIORS
4.0 Brittany Brown,
Christine Clapsaddle, William Deisler, Christopher
Elder, Hannah Farr, Lauren Hill, Aaron Horstman,
Caylin Johanns, Skyler McCullough, Molly Meeker, Estee Miller, Chantal Monnier,
Dayton Pracht, JoEllyn Salinas, Ben Stuck, Faith Vogel,
Beth Yates
3.5-3.9 Leona Aldred,
Daleigh Davis, Robert Deitrick, Kameron Echols,
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were judged at the local level with the first


place student receiving $25 and the second
place student winning $10.
The first place winner was Ava Foltz, a
fourth grader from Paulding Elementary and
the second place winner was Thad Schneider,
a second grader from Paulding Elementary.
The two winning posters will be submitted to Ohio SWCD, where the posters will be
judged at the state summer supervisor school.
Great job to all participants and good luck to
the winning posters at the state level.

Paulding High School Honor Roll

denlang, Alex Phillips, Chloe Saul, *Blake


Schuette, *Julia Steiner, *Elyse Steury, Mackenzie Timbrook, *Melanie Wann
3.66-3.33 Sayge Bonifas, Jacob Eaken,
Tiera Gomez, Carlie Hanes, Codee Hathaway,
Garrett Laney, Kendyl Miller, Sydney Miller,
Heather Oberlin, Holly Sanders, Jacob Savina, Timothy Taylor, Hanah Thompson, Emily
Wentland, Elisabeth Wolf
3.32-3.0 Karsyn Brumett, Dustin Craig,
Boston Dunderman, Izik Garrett , Jayvin Landers, Cole Logan, Randall Mills, Ashton Minck,
Cameron Starr, Shayla Wieland
GRADE SEVEN
4.0-3.67 Morgan Boesch, Rylan Brooks,
Heaven Bruce, Jordan Buerkle, Maycee Contreraz, *Carmen Cruz, Mallory Ehrhart, *Dylan
Hines, *Austin Lichty, *Laura Miller, Eli Molitor, *Kathryn Oberlin, Siera Octaviano, Molly Reinhart, *Madison Ruen, *Emily Sanders,
*Eric Thornell, Grace Tuttle
3.66-3.33 Johnathon Buehrer, Lydia Butzin, Haile Davis, Kadi Donat, Jason Geyer,
Hunter Grant, Peyton Lang, Logan McKeever,
Caleb Miller, Gage Partin, Joshua Timbrook
3.32-3.0 Madyson Bauer, Aaron Hawley,
Makenna Jones, Rylyn Lengacher, Gannon
Peffley, Autumn Smith
GRADE SIX
4.0-3.67 Alexandria Ade, *Mia Altimus,
*Lydia Brewer, *Nathan Dunstan, *Kate Farr,
Breanna Fulk, *Luke Krouse, Jagger Landers,
*Emerson Litzenberg, *Gaige McMichael,
*Faith Nestleroad, Megan ODonnell, Kaden
Recker, *Kennadi Recker, *Allison Reinhart,
Kiera Reyes, Grace Schuette, *Emma Shuherk,
*Kennedy Trabel, Trinity Wieland, *Ilse Zijlstra
3.66-3.33 Summer Franklin, Jaidis Getrost,
Hailey Grant, Zachary Jones, Morgan Kniceley, Alexandra Lehman, Zachary Lockhart,
Luke McDorman, Jared Phillips, Mason Steel,
Hayden Wagner
3.32-3.0 Tucker Franklin, Brady Hatlevig, Triton Housh, Grace Jones, Landon Lee,
Trayce Lengacher, Shaelin McCrea, Jonathan
Meyer, Kaden Phares, Samantha Rigsby, Madison Smith, Naomy Yanez

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We l ove you!

Paulding SWCD education specialist Staci Miller with poster contest winners Thad Schneider,
second place; and and first place winner Ava Foltz. This years theme was We All Need Trees.

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Ryan Nicelley, Jared Paschall, Bailey Pieper, Morissa Rue, Simeon Shepherd,
Ashley Snipes, Devin Starry,
Kourtney Thomas, Brooke
Weidenhamer
3.0-3.49 Michael Dangler, Cameron Doster, Kaleb
Goshia, Lilly Halter, Christian Hamm, Griffin Harder, Skyler Maassel, Taylor
March, Julio Yates
SOPHOMORES
4.0 Abigail Adams, Allison Ankney, Logan Bradford,
Alexandra Brown, Madison
Good, Brianna Gorrell, Hallieann Hale, Kaylen Hale, Jacee Harwell, Shawn Jackson,
Kalen Kelly, Audrey Manz,
Brian Matson, Cade McGarvey, Emma McMaster, Marcus Miller, Elizabeth Mobley,
Caitlyn Myers, Kaylee Plummer, Cassidy Posey, Stephanie Powell, Devon Smith,
Gabriella Stahl, Hunter Vogel, Jordan Weidenhamer
3.5-3.9 Blake Anderson,
Isaac Baldwin, Cassandra
Bishop, Jocelyn Camposano, Miah Coil, Chloe Foltz,
Savannah Habern, Chris
James, Anna Karlstadt, Michael Kohart, Colton Lloyd,
Jessica Logan, Abbigaile McMichael, Adreana Mullins,
Sunshine Newsome, Alexis
Overly, Daviah Pessefall,
Hannah Vance, Ryan Woodring
3.0-3.49 Taylor Akom,
Lucio Flores, Kaitlyn Harris,
Courtney Kupfersmith, Emily McMichael, Garrett Sali-

nas, Hannah Schevey


FRESHMAN
4.0 Asia Arellano, Alexandra Arend, Luke Brewer,
Charles Clapsaddle, Fletcher
Cook, Haylee Dominique,
Macy Iler, Courtney Luderman, Heather Manz, Shana
Manz, Jaret Miller, Mary
Panico, Westen Phlipot, Sydney Price, Allison Reineck,
Joseph Reineck, Haleigh
Stallbaum, Kaylyn Strahley,
Jessica Weller
3.5-3.9 Mya Andrews,
Lexie Beckman, Garrett
Breininger, Liza Carpenter,
Katelyn Estle, Kamdyn Etzler, Sierra Halter, Katelyn
Hartzell, Eugene Hemenway,
Casey Holman, Hunter Kesler, Tristan Kinder, Abigail
Leaman, Leah Nusbaum,
Kristen Razo, Zoe Shepherd,
Jennifer Stahl, Mallory Taylor, Elizabeth Temple, Megan
Tope, Addison Wesley
3.0-3.49 Haley Apple,
Adriana Gonzales, Emma
Horstman, Erin Karlstadt,
Ray Kupfermisth, Bailey
Manz, Hailey McDaniel,
Ashlynn Rice, Carson Shull,
Adrian Simonin, Gabriel
Steele, Briana Townley, Victoria Valle, Dylan Vogel

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8A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

College grads with honors, planning commission named

Days
Those were the

Ekins, Max Cosby, John Ladd,


Henry Kauser, Dennis Lengacher and Jerry Zielke.
PHS students spoke with
Paulding and Oakwood fifth
grade students about staying
away from drugs and alcohol. Students involved with
the D.A.R.E. program are Jill
Manz, Darsi Brown, Chelsey
Stoller, Ben Barton, Joel Parrett
and Jeff Webb.
Todd Searing received his
bachelors degree in psychology, magna cum laude from Case

Western University in Cleveland.


State track meet ... senior Sara
Huss threw the discus and sophomore Shelly Brown competed
in the high jump. Huss finished
seventh with a throw of 118-7
while Browns best jump, 5 feet,
was good for 14th. Congratulations to the two Paulding athletes.

Antwerp spring athletic
awards ... Baseball - Eric Williamson, most valuable, first
team GMC, Defiance area
all-star. Ryan Bagley - most

improved, honorable mention


GMC. Chris Friend - second
team GMC.
June 7, 2006 ... Francis
Koenn was selected grand marshal of the annual John Paulding
Days parade.
Paulding County Hospital installed their 2006 officers: Charlene Schlegel - president; Eileen
Kochensparger - vice president;
Pat Doster - secretary; Shirley
Baldwin - treasurer.
Tanya Rickenberg finished
her womens basketball season

at Bluffton College, starting


all 26 games. The former Lady
Panther averaged 10.5 points,
led the team with 80 assists and
has collected 935 career points,
which places her in seventh
place overall.

The Presidential Award
was presented to PHS seniors:
Paula Tranbarger, Jason Lesh,
Mary Fowler, Christy Foust,
Jill Manz, Allison Timm, Kelly
Stoller, Mindy Miller, Danial
Robinett, Chris Blockberger and
Ellen Rickets.

By Joe Shouse
Trace as Boys State delegates to
Bowling Green State University
from June 14-22 were Jim Sherry, Bruce Copsey and Kevin
Wannemacher, all from Payne,
and alternate Gary Stegaman
from Grover Hill.

Todd Schweller, Paulding
High School, vaulted 14 feet at
the regional meet and will move
on to the state competition.
Wayne Trace baseball team
defeated Hicksville 2-0 after
experiencing a four-day rain
delay. Winning pitcher was Rob
Davis, who allowed just one hit.
Bill Proxmire unloaded a home
run for the Raiders. Tony Mangette doubled and teammates
Brad Beck and Mike Forrer
each singled.
June 5, 1996 ... County commissioners named eight to the
Planning Commission: Mark
Stockman, Liz Pessefall, Ron

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The Grover Hill Elementary honor roll for the


four nine weeks grading period:
GRADE 2
All As Lily Boyd, Riley Manz, Caitlyn Mead,
Torree Sinn, Whitney Boroff, Izzy Foust, Gauge
Landwehr, Lance Maenle, Aubree Miller, Lexi
Moore, Micah Sinn, Addison Stoller
All As and Bs Gabby Carman, Ethan Fisher, Jordan Hale, Adan Jasso, Ryann Jay, Natalie
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All As Morgan Elliott, Eli Martinez, Gage
Ogle, Kathleen Stoller, Corbin Kimmel, Brady
Miller, Lorie Sinn, Ava Stoller, Natalie Stoller,
Trent Thornell
All As and Bs Anna Clemens, Jarrett Jewell,
Brandon Shoup, Amos Sinn, Nicholas Sinn, Ryan
Bostelman, Melanie Buschor, Kal-el Lands, Anna
Meraz, Blake Osborn, Tianna Sinn, Tori Young
All Bs Elana Bidlack, Haylee Bland, Nevaeh
Jackson, Mackenzie Silance

GRADE 4
All As Kyle Stoller, Libby Meraz,
Laryssa Whitman
All As and Bs Kyla Hurd, Logan Miller, Ally Stephey, Citlali Aguilar, Harley Halliwill, Kaden Landwehr, Caleb Mosier
All Bs Tucker Antoine, Kassidy Lewis,
Mary Lands, Graiden Troth
GRADE 5
All As Madison Egnor, Anna Miller, Rylee Miller, Josh Shelton, Ezra Sinn,
Kara Stoller, Hannah Maenle, Elise Miller,
Kameraon Shellenberger, Sydnee Sinn, Laura Thornell
All As and Bs Macy Doster, Cole Fisher, Eli Rickard, Kaden Colley, Makenna Elliott, Abby Moore, Blake Stoller
GRADE 6
All As Haylee Finfrock, Faith Meraz,
Rachel Stoller, Claudia Sinn, Nathan Sinn
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In 2015, about 13 million
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Elliott, Jarrett Jewell, Eli Rylee Miller, Kara Stoller, Thats a lot of victims, and a
Martinez, Gage Ogle, Amos Sydnee Sinn, Laura Thornell lot of money. How can you
Sinn, Nicholas Sinn, Corbin All As and Bs Macy protect yourself from becomKimmel, Anna Meraz, Lorie Doster, Madison Egnor, Josh ing a statistic?
Sinn, Tianna Sinn, Ava Shelton, Ezra Sinn, Makenna Here are a few suggestions:
Stoller, Trent Thornell, Tori Elliott, Hannah Maenle, Elise Secure your Social Security number. Identity thieves
Young
Miller, Blake Stoller
eagerly seek Social Security
FOURTH GRADE
SIXTH GRADE
All As Kyle Stoller, Lib- All As Faith Meraz, numbers so dont give out
yours to anyone who asks for
by Meraz
Claudia Sinn, Abbie Stoller
All As and Bs Tucker All As and Bs Haylee it. In fact, as a general rule, be
Antoine, Kyla Hurd, Kas- Finfrock,
Hunter
Long, reluctant to give it out at all.
sidy Lewis, Logan Miller, Brayson Parrish, Cameron Always ask whomever youre
Citlali Aguilar, Harley Hal- Sinn, Trevor Sinn, Rachel dealing with if he or she will
liwill, Mary Lands, Kaden Stoller, Tatum Tigner, Alexa accept another form of idenLandwehr, Laryssa Whitman Campbell, Madison Farquhar, tification, or at the very least
All Bs Graiden Troth
Allen Minck, Nathan Sinn, will take just the last four digits of your number. And never
FIFTH GRADE
Eli Spinner

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SECOND GRADE
All As Lily Body, Riley
Manz, Caitlyn Mead, Torree
Sinn, Whitney Boroff, Lance
Maenle, Aubree Miller, Addison Stoller
All As and Bs Gabby
Carman, Ethan Fisher, Jordan Hale, Ryann Jay, Natalie Richie, Caden Sinn,
Lance Whitman, Izzy Foust,
Gauge Landwehr, Zachariah Landwehr, Koden Martz,
Lexi Moore, Micah Sinn
THIRD GRADE
All As Kathleen Stoller,
Brady Miller, Natalie Stoller

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June 14th

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that could be used to identify


you. Also, it doesnt hurt to
periodically change your password, whether its for your
computer logon or for entry to
any of your financial or consumer accounts.
Even after taking these steps,
you could still run into identity
theft. Thats why you need to
watch for certain signs, such
as the arrival of unexpected
credit cards or account statements, denials of credit for no
clear reason, or calls or letters
regarding purchases you didnt
make. If any of these things
happen to you, you may want
to place a fraud alert on your
credit reports and review them
carefully. Three national credit-reporting companies Equifax, Experian and TransUnion
keep records of your credit
history. If someone has misused your personal or financial
information, contact one of the
companies and ask for an initial fraud alert on your credit
report. A fraud alert is free, but
you must provide proof of your
identity. And the company you
call must tell the other companies about your alert. (For more
information on placing a fraud
alert, visit the website of any of
the three companies.)
You can help preserve your
good name from those who
want to misuse it so, stay
vigilant.
This article was written
by Edward Jones for use by
your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

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Shred credit card offers and bank statements. If
youre not going to apply for
the credit cards offered to
you, shred the offers. Identity
thieves have been known to go
through garbage, fill out credit
card offers and take advantage
of them. At the same time,
shred your bank and brokerage statements and any other
statement containing personal
or financial information.
Study your credit card bills
and checking account statements. Question any credit
card charge or checking account activity you dont recognize as your own.
Dont give out your credit
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onto your computer? If so,
dont share it with anyone,
outside perhaps your most
trusted family members. And
use a strong password one
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name or even a complete word

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Today, its another look at


1986, 1996 and 2006. Graduation and spring sports awards
and accomplishments are highlighted.
One of the Boys State recipients is one of our own Kevin
Wannemacher. Kevin does an
outstanding job coving Wayne
Trace sports for the newspaper.
Enjoy looking back and if you
happen to see one of these individuals please let them know
that you read about them in the
paper and it was all good!
June 4, 1986 ... Annette Hunt
McFarland, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Stoller, 220 East
Baldwin in Paulding, graduated from Heidelberg College in
Tiffin with a bachelor of science
degree. She has accepted a position at Cole Senior High School
- Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonia,
Texas, in the chemistry department.
Joni Jordan, Antwerp, recently received a $500 scholarship from the Paulding County
Hospital. Joni plans to attend
Parkview - Methodist School of
Nursing in the fall.
Retiring sixth grade teacher
Jack Snyder was honored with
a surprise party by students in
the sixth grade. Others retiring
at the end of the school year are
Delmar Brown junior high
teacher, track coach and eighth
grade girls basketball coach;
Dave Mastin, high school teacher and Dick Zuber, bus driver.
Chosen to represent Wayne

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10A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

PAULDING PROGRESS

SENIORS
Senior Day at fair among
senior centers June events

PAULDING Paulding
County Senior Center has
a busy month scheduled for
June.
The center is located at
401 E. Jackson St. in Paulding.
Lunch is served weekdays
from 11:30 a.m.-noon. For
lunch or any special event
reservations, call the senior
center at 419-399-3650.
Junes main event will be
Senior Day at the Paulding
County Fair on Tuesday,
June 14, which also is Flag
Day. The location will be the
senior pavilion. This is a free
event day for all guests age
60 and over.
Activities will begin at 8
a.m. with doughnuts and coffee provided by the Paulding Progress. Have Coffee
With the Editor Melinda
Krick and share story ideas,
as well as your thoughts on
the paper and the community.
Breakfast sponsored by
The Gardens of Paulding
will be served at 8 a.m., followed by bingo at 10 a.m.
The senior center is providing a complimentary
boxed lunch at 11:30 a.m.
The lunch includes a sandwich, salad, fruit, cookie
and drink. Meal reservation
deadline is June 10.
Entertainment
begins

at noon, hosted by the fair


board.
The months birthdays and
anniversaries will be celebrated Wednesday, June 15.
Call the center for lunch reservations. The lunch menu
includes cube steak, baked
potato, green bean casserole,
mandarin oranges and birthday cake.
Junes evening meal is
scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, June 16. The meal donations are sponsored by
The Gardens of Paulding, so
there is no cost unless guests
choose to donate.
On the menu are bratwurst
with kraut, mashed potatoes,
glazed carrots and strawberry shortcake. Contact the senior center for reservations.
A raffle and entertainment
or games will follow dinner.
A father/son breakfast is
planned for 9 a.m. Friday,
June 17. The event is open to
men of any age. The cost is
$4 per person and includes
sausage gravy and biscuit,
fruit, juice and coffee. Call
for reservations prior to June
10.
A limited number of seats
are available for a June 10
day trip to Sandusky and
Port Clinton. Activities
include a visit to the fish
hatchery, home of the Blue
Hole; boxed lunch in a jail

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June

Paulding County Senior Center

401 E. Jackson St., Paulding


Served 11:30 a.m. Mon.Fri. Reservations: 419-399-3650

Wednesday, June 1

Pepper Steak w/White Rice, Scandinavian Blend, Apple Juice,


Tropical Fruit, Dinner Roll

Thursday, June 2

Brd. Pork Cutlet, Mashed Potatoes, California Blend, Grapes,


Cookie, Dinner Roll

Friday, June 3

Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Tossed Salad, Hot Fruit,


Cheesy Garlic Bread

Monday, June 6

Smoked Sausage, Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut,


Warm Peaches, Tomato Juice, Dinner Roll

cell during a historic jail


tour; and Jaws with Paws
Enforcing Laws. Call the
senior center to reserve a
seat.
The annual American
Cancer Society Relay For
Life will be June 3-4 at the
fairgrounds. The senior center has a team.
Enjoy a morning movie,
coffee and breakfast snacks
starting at 9:30 a.m. on June
13.
Quilters are needed to
complete two quilt tops that
the senior center would like
to quilt and raffle. You dont
need to be a senior citizen
to volunteer for quilting; the
center appreciates anyone
who can give some time. If
interested, contact center director Marsha Yeutter at 410399-3650.
Shedding Pounds is
an accountability support
group for weight loss. It will
be held Monday mornings
at 9:30 a.m. The meeting
is about sharing ideas, being accountable and getting
awards for success. Exercise follows at 10 a.m. on
Mondays, and also on most
Thursdays.
Taylor Hahn visits the center twice monthly to provide
mini-manicures for a small
fee. She will be available
from 10 a.m. until noon on
June 6 and June 20. Call the
center for an appointment.
Community Health Professionals offers toe nail
clinic appointments on the
first and third Thursdays of
each month from 9 a.m.-1
p.m. This month, the dates
will be June 2 and 16.
Save the dates: John Paulding Days will be July 8-9 this
year. The senior center will
be on the square Friday with
fried bologna, hamburgers,
hot dogs and funnel cakes.
On Saturday, the center will
be providing food at the center. The parking lot will be a
viewing area for chairs only
so families can watch fireworks.

Paulding County Senior Center celebrated May birthdays. Among those attending were, front
row from left Betty Bessett, Wayne Keller, Deb Akers; back row Bess Cravens, Ruby Price,
Ellen Riggenbach, Donna Crowley, Mary Rhoad, Glen Klingler and Dee Smith. June birthdays and
anniversaries will be celebrated Wednesday, June 15.

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Joyce Nickols, Kim Sutton, Judy Eddy and Judy Wells were the Gossip Girls during a short
performance at the Redneck Hootenanny on May 17. Volunteers from the John Paulding Historical
Society and their friends performed during the annual Senior Day event sponsored by Paulding
County Senior Center.

Tuesday, June 7

Baked Pork Chop, Sweet Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts,


Applesauce, W.W. Bread, Cookie

Wednesday, June 8

Meatloaf, Augratin Potatoes, Creamed Peas,


Strawberry Shortcake, W.W. Bread

Thursday, June 9

Tuna Salad Plate w/Lettuce & Tomato, Tropical Fruit,


Broccoli Salad, Fruit Snacks, Dinner Roll, Crackers

Friday, June 10

Chicken Penne Pasta, Broccoli, Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp,


Grape Juice, W.W. Bread

Monday, June 13

Goulash, Lima Beans, Peaches, Apple Juice, Garlic Bread

Tuesday, June 14

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Cinnamon Apples, Crackers, Oatmeal Raisin Bar

Wednesday, June 15

Cubed Steak/Gravy, Baked Potato, Green Bean Casserole,


Mandarin Oranges, Birthday Cake, Dinner Roll

Thursday, June 16

Chicken & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables,


Orange Juice, Biscuit

Friday, June 17

Baked Fish, Cheesy Potatoes, Broccoli, Strawberry Shortcake,


W.W. Bread

Monday, June 20

Cheeseburger, Baked Beans, Spanish Green Beans,


Blushing Pears, Raisins

Tuesday, June 21

Baked Ham, Roasted Potatoes, Winter Blend, Tropical Fruit,


Cornbread, Cookie

Wednesday, June 22

Roasted Chicken, Redskin Potatoes, Creamed Peas, Oranges &


Pineapple, Fruit & Grain Bar

Thursday, June 23

Beef Stew, Betty Salad, Banana, Chocolate Pudding,


Biscuit, Dinner Roll

Friday, June 24

Beef Lasagna, Brussel Sprouts, Cinnamon Applesauce,


Orange Juice, Garlic Bread

Monday, June 27

BBQ Rib Sandwich, Butter Beans, Spinach,


Tropical Fruit, Fruit Snacks

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Singing Where, oh where, are you tonight... were Dan Wilder, Max Kochensparger, Roger Emerson and Ed Bohn. The quartet was a big hit at the Redneck Hootenanny. Nearly 250 seniors from
Paulding County and surrounding areas attended the event May 17 as part of Senior Day, sponsored by the Paulding County Senior Center.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 11A

Miller warns all men to screen early

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
In life all of us are on a journey of
some kind. With many of the twists and
turns in life we have some control, but
those dealing with cancer the journey
can be one of change, difficulty and pain
and often times, there is little or no
control. For Dean Miller, the twists and
turns have been many.
He has certainly had his share of difficulty and pain and Dean could easily
shake a fist and say its all been so unfair. But, he has taken his situation and
has made the best of it while finding the
positive and hoping to make it better for
someone else who is in a similar battle.
In 2008, when Dean was 50 years old,
he had a routine PSA test and his numbers registered higher than normal. With
the high numbers and additional testing,
it was discovered in 2010 that Dean had
prostate cancer that had originated in the
bladder. With the news, Dean had decisions to make as far as his future care.
I could have had surgery to remove
the prostate, but opted out of that procedure. Since that time, I have received
chemotherapy, radiation and hormone
therapy. This has been all a part of my
journey for the last four years, said
Miller.
Prior to the unfortunate news, Dean
was enjoying life like most 50-year-olds.
Working at Defiance Precision Products
and before that at Weatherhead (Dana),
Dean was married and had two children

while enjoying fishing in his free time.


But with the cancer, the twists and turns
continued.
Well, obviously I couldnt work anymore, and because of the disease, medication and my unpredictable day-to-day
routine, I divorced, Dean commented.
The five-year battle continues and
the latest turn along the journey was
just about a year ago in the summer of
2015. Dean was experiencing unusual
pain in his left side and chest. At first he
thought he had bronchitis, but after a trip
to Cleveland Clinic, the diagnosis came
back as bone cancer in his ribs.
So the battle for a good day continues,
and although they may seem few and
far between, Dean still presses on while
looking at the positive.
The pain of the cancer is often times
unbearable. But what people may not
realize is how the medication can mess
you up mentally. Everything changes,
including the relationships with people.
I used to have friends, close friends, and
now because of how the medication has
effected me, they shy away because they
dont understand. The psychological part
of cancer is so devastating and it takes a
toll on you, he said.
The battles for someone like Dean can
be many. The disease itself, the everyday life changes, the harsh medications,
and the taking away of freedoms like
driving and not being able to fish, are a
few, but there are others. The constant
dealing with insurance companies, med-

ical professionals, and seeking out other


resource groups that supply support and
encouragement in many ways.
How medicines can be paid for is a
questions that Dean faces almost on a
daily basis.
One particular medication that Dean is
taking costs $11,000. He also knows that
he is basically on the last experimental
drug available today. Its almost a fulltime job trying to find ways to pay for
sky-high medications.
Its tough to work through all the red
tape. Some meds are experimental and
the dosage can be trial-and-error and
constantly changing. Trying to find the
right combination and knowing what
the body can tolerate is something I face
with my doctors all the time, said Dean.
This Friday evening, the annual Relay
For Life fundraising event will take place
at the Paulding County Fairgrounds.
Dean plans to be there and participate as
much as his body will allow. The Relay
means a great deal to him.
I remember the first year I met Dean.
I asked him to attend the first Relay and
it brought a sense of encouragement to
him. It was a very positive experience
for Dean and he has been attending each
year since, said Relay For Life coordinator Jillene McMichael.
Joe Shouse/Paulding County Progress
Today, when interviewing Dean, he Dean Miller remains positive through all the twists and turns
was upbeat and anxious to tell his story. in his life since he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2010.
Dean is one of three honorary survivors for this years annual
American Cancer Society Relay For Life. He will help lead the
See MILLER, page 12A Survivor Lap this Friday to open the two-day event.

Lori now a cheerleader for having colonoscopies


colonoscopy.
Just to get a baseline reading,
shed said. Something to compare future tests with, in case
any problems ever developed.
A colonoscopy is a test that
allows a doctor to look at the
inner lining of a patients large
intestine. The doctor uses a thin,

flexible tube called a colonoscope to look at the colon to determine if there are any ulcers,
colon polyps, tumors or areas of
inflammation or bleeding.
So in July 2007, Lori underwent the procedure. Her husband of just three years, Marv,
sat patiently in the waiting room

at Paulding County Hospital,


looking forward to his golf date
later that day.
But when the doctor came
out and said some mumbo-jumbo I didnt understand; I
asked him what he was talking
about, Marv recalls. Thats
when he put it in plain English
for me. She has colon cancer.
Its not what wed planned for
our retirement together. But you
know what they say about the
best-laid plans.
In August of that year, Dr.
William H. Strawter performed
Loris surgery, called a resection, to remove the tumor in the
wall of her colon.
I feel really lucky, she
says now. If I hadnt had that
check-up and the colonoscopy,
I might not be here today. Im
definitely a cheerleader now for
having colonoscopies. All my
friends know how I feel about
it. I talk about it constantly!
Although her doctors advised
Lori to take at least six weeks
off work following her operation, she went back to work in
just two weeks.
She was the picture of health
before and after the surgery,
Marv says. And she doesnt sit
still well. She figured she might
as well be at work as at home.
Lori continues, I work in
the office at the Herbert E. Orr
Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress Company. I didnt see how it
Lori and Marv say their children and grandchildren pictured on the mantle behind them make could be any harder for me to
them the happiest. Im so excited that theyll all be walking with me on the Survivors Lap, Lori sit behind my desk than to be
says. It means the world to me. Lori will be one of three survivors who will lead the kick-off lap sitting around here at home
dwelling on the fact that I had
of the Relay For Life this weekend.

cancer.
In fact, Lori was recovering
so nicely from her surgery that
she didnt need any chemotherapy or radiation treatments afterward.
And I didnt have to take any
medications then or now, she
adds. I feel really blessed.
Following her operation, she
did need to have blood work
drawn every three months for
a while, then every six months.
Now its once a year, along
with her colonoscopies at regular intervals.
But after youve had cancer, that fear never goes away,
she says. Its not IF the cancer is going to come back, but
WHEN. Thats why Im so
dedicated about having regular
check-ups. But I have to knock
on wood because Ive had clean
check-ups for nine years. I
never say Im cancer-free, just
that Ive had clean check-ups.
Lori will be one of three cancer survivors who will walk
the Survivors Lap during the
annual Relay For Life at the
Paulding County Fairgrounds
on June 3-4.
Ive been a big supporter of
the Relay for years, she says.
Even before my diagnosis, I
was involved with it. Im on the
Marathon Moms team and we
have fundraisers all year long.
Its a great group of about
20 women who are always
looking out for each other.
Ive made lots of friendships
through them.

00176157

By JUDY WELLS
Feature Writer
Nine years ago, Paulding resident Lori Ankney went in for
her annual physical exam, just
as shed done for years. But because shed recently turned 50,
her gynecologist, Shane Gerber,
encouraged her to also have a

Our team leader, Sue


Young, is always thinking of
different ways for us to make
money bake sales, car washes,
whatever to help raise money
for the Relay. We were the first
team in the county to raise over
$100,000, Lori says. The
Relay has become a year-round
event. Now our Moms group
includes some of the children
and even grandchildren of the
original group of women.
One of Loris favorite parts
of the Relay For Life is the
lighting of the luminaries.
Its so emotional, she
shares. You walk around the
track and read the names on
the luminaries and think, I
didnt know that person had
cancer. It really brings a lump
to your throat.
When she walks her first lap
this year, Lori will be accompanied by her brood as Marv
calls them.
My four children and all
eight grandchildren will be
walking with me, she says.
That will be really special
for me to have them all there.
Faith, family and friends will
get you through every day.
Early detection is the key, but
you definitely have to believe
in the good Lord, too.
But perhaps Marv sums it
up best. Nobody wants to go
for a colonoscopy, he says,
but it definitely saved Loris
life. A little discomfort now is
better than a lot of misery or
worse later.

12A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Tips for container


garden success
Im always a little late assembling my container plantings, but this year my procrastinating ways paid off. That late
frost we had gave credence to
my bad habits. It eased my guilt
about not getting some seeds
planted earlier too.
But last week, after a visit to
some Cincinnati garden centers
and a few local ones, container
gardening at Our Little Acre
was off and running. Trial
plants sent to me from several
breeders and growers added
some interest to my mixes, too.
Ive never felt like I possessed much natural talent
when it comes to artistic expression and that applies to
my container gardening skills.
Envisioning this with that is
something I have a hard time
doing. Give me a recipe or a
pattern to follow, Im good.
Creating my own from scratch?
Not so good.
But I can be taught and
heres what Ive learned.
Theres the old standby
formula of Thriller/Filler/
Spiller and that almost always
works well. Something tall as
a focal point, something vining
or spilling over the edge of the
container, and something of
mid-height to bridge the gap
between the two.
Pay attention to a plants
needs when it comes to light
and water. Where is your container going to go? If its in
full sun, you sure dont want
to put shade plants in that pot
because theyll burn or fade, or
die, even.
Try not to mix plants that
require a lot of water with
things that dont, such as succulents. One of the two types
isnt going to be happy. You
might be able to get away with
this though, if you keep the odd
one in its own container within
your container and be mindful
about where that water goes.
Play the color game and
have fun with it! You know
what you like when you make
your clothing choices or when
youre decorating a home. Put-

In the Garden

By Kylee Baumle

ting colors together in a container works the same way.


In fact, if you have a favorite
outfit, try using all the colors
in your outfit for a container
planting. And dont forget,
white is a color.
To keep your mixed container planting from being a
yawner, pay attention to texture. You have so many textures to work with, so do it!
Spiky, ferny, big and small
leaves, and goodness, just look
at the flowers! Daisy-like, bellshaped, frilly, shredded, and so
on. Mix it up!
Use a good potting mix
when planting your containers,
not garden soil. That alone can
make or break the success of

your plantings, especially by


the time July and August roll
around. Potting mixes are much
lighter than native garden soils
and are composed of a mixture
thats perfect for growing in
containers. Most of the potting
mixes available today already
have fertilizer added to them
too, enough to last for several
months.
Remember when you
water your containers, dont
stop until you see the water
coming out the drainage hole
in the bottom of the container.
(You DO have drainage holes
in your containers, right?) In
hot weather, monitor your pots
closely, as theyre going to
need watering more often.
As the summer wears
on, things like petunias,
calibrachoas and verbenas may
need to be pruned a little to
keep them blooming better and
looking more attractive. Once
you see them looking leggy,
thats your signal to trim them
up and give them a boost with
a general purpose fertilizer.
Read more at Kylees blog,
Our Little Acre, at www.ourlittleacre.com and on Facebook
at www.facebook.com/OurLittleAcre. Contact her at PauldingProgressGardener@gmail. Mixing colors can be fun when creating a container planting, but a monochromatic theme works
com.
well too, when you pay attention to texture and height.

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Doing better, he said. He went on to share


his appreciation to what Relay For Life means
to him and the support it brings to so many. He
also is so thankful to his caregiver, Donna Beard.
Later this summer, Beard plans to have a benefit
for Dean in order to raise funds to help pay for a
portion of his medication.
Dean understands his future may be shortlived. He has battled cancer for more than five
years and never once was in remission. But
knowing all of that, he still has a bucket list.
I want to go to Niagara Falls and I want to
board the train and go to Chicago. Thats about
it, he said.
The bucket list is important, but more important than the trips is expressing to others espe-

cially to men the importance of early screening.


I had my first PSA screening at age 50 and
I wish I had done it earlier. Prostate cancer is
something men do not want to talk about, but
we need to. If I could relay a message to men, it
would be to get the screening early, Dean said.
So, for Dean, the journey continues, and it will
have more twists and turns, good days and not so
good. The medication will have him restricted in
doing some of the things he has always enjoyed,
but like McMichael said, Dean still has the
same heart and thats pretty special in my book.
For more information, please check out the
Relay website www.relayforlife.org/pauldingcounty.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 1B

PAULD I N G PROGR E SS

SPORTS
Archbold 12, Paulding 1

Lady Panthers season ends at regional semifinal


By JOE SHOUSE
Sports Writer
FINDLAY The magical
tournament ride for the Paulding Lady Panthers came to an
end Wednesday afternoon in
the semifinal game of the Division III, Region 10 Findlay
regional when the Archbold
Blue Streaks flexed their hitting muscles at the plate for
a 12-1 win. The maroon-andwhite, first time winners of a
softball district, had no answer
for the 19-5 Blue Streaks who
scored four runs in the first inning and then eight more in the
second.
Paulding managed to get on

the board first with a run in the


top half of the first inning. An
Audrie Manz single followed
by a Haylee Dominique walk
had the Panthers with two base
runners and just one out. Following a strike out by senior
Kristen Schilt, teammate Bailey Pieper smacked a single to
left field to score Manz from
second base.
We did exactly what we
wanted to do. We knew it
would be important to score
early and hopefully get the
lead and build on our momentum. But we were nervous
and made some mistakes. But
I dont want to dwell on the

negative, but I want to use our


tournament run as a positive
and build on that, said Paulding head coach Matt Carr.
Archbold sent 10 batters to
the plate and opened with its
first players producing a bunt
single, a double and a single.
Later in the inning and holding a 2-1 lead with two outs,
the Blue Streaks collected
three singles and a walk from
their next four batters to help
increase their margin to 4-1.
Following a quick three up/
three down inning for the Panthers, the Streaks were back
on offense, continuing their
hitting barrage.

Alyssa Ziegler opened the


second inning with a single
followed by a Cassi Wyse
walk. Pitcher Payton Robinson connected on a single
to left field, scoring Ziegler
from second. Shelby Cline
laid a perfect bunt that pushed
Robinson to second base and
scoring Wyse to increase the
Archbold advantage to 6-1.
The Blue Streaks continued
to keep the Panthers on their
heels with a couple of bunts,
the second by Macey Rupp, to
load the bases. A Ziegler single (her second of the game
along with a double) to the left
field fence to push the lead to

11-1. Following the Ziegler for next season.


single, Wyse, who is hitting
PAULDING
at a .472 clip, drilled a single

AB R H BI
to right field to score Rupp for Kelsey Beck
3 0 1 0
the winners final run.
Audrey Manz
2 1 1 0
1 0 0 0
Archbold plays so aggres- Haylee Dominique
2 0 0 0
sive and they have athletic Kristen Schilt
Pieper
2 0 1 1
kids that can play. You have to Bailey
Mya Andrews
1 0 0 0
give them all the credit. They Daleigh Davis
1 0 0 0
hit the ball well and played Darian Andrews
2 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
small ball (bunts) effectively, Karissa Lucas
Asia Arellano
1 0 0 0
Carr said.
Leona Aldred
1 0 0 0
The Lady Panthers, who fin- TOTALS
18 1 3 1
ish their season at 13-10, were
ARCHBOLD
AB R H BI
led offensively by Manz (sin-
4 1 1 0
gle), Pieper (single), and Beck Nafziger
Ziegler
3 2 3 3
(single).
Towns
1 0 0 0
Archold pitcher Payton Rob- Wyse
2 2 2 1
inson only tallied two strike- Simon
1 0 0 0
4 0 1 2
outs in her outing, but the first Robinson
2 1 1 1
inning walk by Dominique was Cline
M. Kohler
1 2 1 1
only the fourth walk Robinson Kinsman
1 0 0 0
had given up all season.
Dickman
3 1 2 0
1 1 1 2
We didnt end the season Peterson
1 1 0 0
the way we wanted to. But we Hines
2 1 2 1
have this to build on and hope- Rupp
B. Kohler
1 0 0 0
fully we will get back here TOTALS
27 12 14 11
again, said Carr as he walked
Line Score:
off the Findlay softball infield. Paulding 100 00 -- 1 3 2
Paulding graduates four se- Archbold 480 0x -- 12 14 0
Winning pitcher: Payton Roninson (4
niors in Stephanie Trausch, innings, 1 run, 3 hits, 1 strikeout, 1 walk.
Kelsey Beck, Darian Andrews Alyssa Ziegler: 1 strikeout.
and Kristen Schilt, but will re- Losing pitcher: Audrey Manz (4 innings,
turn a nice nucleus to build on 12 runs, 14 hits, 3 strikeouts, 5 walks).

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Kelsey Beck connects with the ball for a third inning single. Beck, a senior, was playing in her final game wearing the the Paulding
uniform as Archbold stopped the Panthers 12-1 in tournament play at Findlay.

Kelly Pracht/Paulding County Progress

The Paulding Lady Panthers scored first in their regional


match-up with Archbold. But the Blue Streaks were too strong
for the Panthers as they cruised past the maroon-and-white, 121. Audrey Manz crossed the plate for the only Panther run.

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Karissa Lucas belts a hard hit single to right-center for one of
Pauldings hits in their regional game with Archbold. The Blue Pauldings shortstop Darian Andrews makes a throw in order
Streaks defeated the determined Panthers 12-1 to advance in to force out the runner at first base. The Panthers fell to Archbold, 12-1, in their regional game at Findlay.
tournament play.

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Manz, Beck named First Team NWC NWC announces baseball honors

By KEVIN
WANNEMACHER
Sports Writer
After claiming the 19th
Northwest Conference championship in school history,
Crestview senior Jada Preston and head coach Carl Etzler took home Player and
Coach of the Year honors in
voting by the leagues coaches Monday night.
Preston finished the season
with a record of 17-3 overall, striking out 116 hitters in
117 innings of action while
recording an earned run average of 1.49.

Etzler was named the


Coach of the Year following a
year that saw the Knights finish a perfect 8-0 in the league
and 22-4 overall.
Paulding senior Kelsey
Beck and sophomore Audrey Manz also picked up
first team all-NWC awards as
did Spencervilles Kara May,
Adas Teyah Sautter, Allen
Easts Kylie Wyss and Blufftons Sami Fruchey.
Joining Preston on the
first team were teammates
Brady Guest and Tianna Rager along with the Columbus
Grove duo of Kyrah Yinger

and Brooke Hoffman.


Adas Kaiti Newland and
Olivia Alexander each garnered NWC second team honors as did teammates Macala
Ashbaugh and Alena Looser
of Lincolnview. Other second
team members were Columbus Groves Grace Schroeder,
Blufftons Taylor Monday,
Spencervilles Bailey Swartz,
Delphos Jeffersons Claire
Thompson and Allen Easts
Alexis McCluer.

The Panthers Haylee
Dominique and Kristen Schilt
also received NWC honorable mention awards.

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Sports Writer
Paulding head coach Travis McGarvey and
senior standout Damon Egnor were named
Coach and Player of the Year by the Northwest Conference coaches at a league meeting
last Monday.
McGarvey picked up 20 points to take the
Coach of the Year honors after leading the
Panthers to the co-NWC championship with a
7-1 record. The conference championship was
the 14th league title in Paulding history.
Egnor compiled two no-hitters in five conference starts on the year, including recording
every out via a strikeout in one of those contests. Egnor also only gave up six hits in those
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Crestview duo of Colby Clifton and Spencer


Rolsten. Spencervilles Hunter French and
Thad Ringwald also were named to the first
team.
Other individuals on the squad included
Delphos Jeffersons Jace Stockwell, Adas
Brayden Sautter, Lincolnviews Tyler Richey,
Allen Easts Brent Wilson and Blufftons Dakota Bricker.
Pauldings Lupe Martinez picked up second
team honors. Other players on the second team
were Spencervilles David Wisher and Brady
Becker, Blufftons Matt Bowden, Crestviews
Caden Hurless, Allen Easts Reid Spencer,
Lincolnviews Jalen Roberts, Delphos Jeffersons Gage Mercer and the Columbus Grove
duo of Jake Utendorf and Grant Schroeder.
The Panthers Cameron Doster and Preston
Johanns received honorable mention as well.

2B - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

PAULDING COUNTY PROGRESS


2016 ALL-COUNTY BASEBALL TEAM
PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Damon Egnor

paulding high School


senior, #27

Damons mental toughness combined with his talent really sets him apart. I never had to question whether or not he was ready
because it was clear to all of us.
Panther coach Travis McGarvey

ALL-PAULDING COUNTY FIRST TEAM

Corbin Edwards
Paulding
Senior, #2

Lupe Martinez

Cameron Doster

Blaine Jerome

Trey Mills

Senior, #15

Junior, #23

Junior #5

Junior, #5

Paulding

Josh Poulson
Antwerp
Sophomore, #14

Honorable
Mention

Paulding

Wayne Trace

Antwerp

Preston Johanns

Luke Miller

Noah Stoller

Junior, #30

Senior, #6

Senior #1

Paulding

Wayne Trace

Wayne Trace

Hunter Noel

Austin Fast

Jarrett Sitton

Junior, #7

Senior, #10

Senior #11

Antwerp

Wayne Trace

Paulding

Egnor repeats as PC Player of the Year


PAULDING Paulding
standout and future Bowling
Green State University baseball player Damon Egnor was
unanimously voted the Paulding County Progress/Welch
Trophy Player of the Year in
voting by the county coaches
recently.
Egnor dominated opposing
teams for the Panthers, allowing only two unearned runs in
39-2/3 innings while giving up
ten hits and a dozen walks. The
Panther hurler also struck out 80
batters and posted a 5-1 record
on the season with one save,
helping to lead the maroonand-white to the schools 14th
Northwest Conference championship with a record of 10-6
overall and 7-1 in the NWC.
Damon was dominant on
the mound for us this season,
commented Paulding head
coach Travis McGarvey. He
had two no hitters this year and
retired every one of them via a
strikeout in one of those games.
He averaged two strikeouts an
inning. Damons talent is indisputable and his approach to
the game matches that talent.
No matter what happened on
the field, he was focused on the
next pitch and not on things he
could no longer control.
At the plate, Egnor batted
.256 but led the Panthers in
walks drawn (13) and runs
scored (17). He also recorded
ten hits, including two doubles
and a home run, while driving
in seven runs.
He took on a leadership
role with both his action and
words, continued the Panther
mentor. He was focused on
the performance of the team
as much as his own perfor-

mance. His mental toughness


combined with his talent really
sets him apart. I never had to
question whether or not he was
ready because it was clear to all
of us.
Joining Egnor on the First
Team were Paulding teammates Corbin Edwards, Lupe
Martinez, Cameron Doster
and Preston Johanns. The rest
of the All-County First Team
honorees included Wayne
Traces Blaine Jerome, Luke
Miller and Noah Stoller along
with the Antwerp duo of Josh
Poulson and Trey Mills.
Corbin Edwards, who will
play at Defiance College next
year, topped the maroon-andwhite with 25 hits and posted
four doubles and three triples
this season. Edwards led the
Panthers with a .431 batting
average, scoring nine runs and
recorded 15 runs batted in. On
the mound, Edwards tossed
9-1/3 innings, allowing seven hits and eight walks while
striking out 15. Edwards finished with an earned run average of 3.00.
Preston Johanns tossed 232/3 innings for the Panthers, recording 16 strikeouts while giving up 33 hits and eight walks to
go along with a 3.55 earned run
average. At the plate, Johanns
hit .306 and topped the Panthers
with 16 runs batted in. Johanns
also chipped in two doubles,
two home runs and a dozen
runs scored.
Lupe Martinez pitched 27
frames for the maroon-andwhite, fanning 22 opposing
hitters while allowing 23 hits
and eight bases on balls. Martinez ended the season with an
earned run average of 0.78.

The Panther hitter finished


second on the squad with a
.370 batting average, recording
17 hits while scoring 10 runs
and driving in 11.
Cameron Doster hit .349
this season, posting two doubles, 14 runs scored and 10
runs batted in.
Trey Mills hit a team-high
.319 for the Archers, posting
15 hits with three doubles and
eight runs batted in. Mills also
scored four times and picked
up four stolen bases for the Archers, who finished 2-14 overall and 2-5 in the Green Meadows Conference.
Josh Poulson, a sophomore,
posted a .310 batting average
for the blue-and-white, scoring six runs and driving in two
while recording four stolen
bases.
Blaine Jerome batted a
team-high .316 for Wayne
Trace, leading the Raiders with
18 hits and finishing second on
the squad with 11 runs batted
in. He also scored eight times
on the season and stole seven
bases.
Luke Miller topped the
Raiders with 16 stolen bases
and posted a .308 batting average, good for second on the
team. The senior infielders
also chipped in 14 runs scored
and nine runs batted in while
hitting five doubles, helping
Wayne Trace to a 6-13 overall
record and 1-6 mark in Green
Meadows Conference action.
Noah Stoller paced the redwhite-and-blue in runs batted
in while tying for the team
lead in doubles with five. The
Raider senior finished the season with a .278 batting average, chipping in a dozen runs

scored and drawing 11 walks.


Antwerps Hunter Noel
also was selected for Honorable Mention after hitting .273
with four doubles and eight
runs batted in on the year.
Noel recorded an earned run
average of 3.84 on the season
with 18 strikeouts in 28 in-

nings pitched.
Austin Fast of Wayne Trace
garnered honorable mention,
posting a batting average of
.250 with 14 hits in 56 at-bats.
Fast chipped in one triple while
scoring 16 runs and driving in
six. Fast also tossed 4-1/3 innings of relief for the Raider

pitching staff, giving up one hit


and one walk.
Pauldings Jarrett Sitton hit
.298 and finish second on the
team with a dozen walks. Sitton, a senior catcher, also scored
eight times and drove in 11 runs
while hitting four doubles.

Final county baseball stats

2016 final statistics for Paulding County high school baseball, compiled by sports writer
Kevin Wannemacher:

BATTING AVERAGE

PLAYER/HS
Corbin Edwards/PHS
Lupe Martinez/PHS
Cameron Doster/PHS
Trey Mills/AHS
Blaine Jerome/WTHS

AB
58
46
43
47
57

H
25
17
15
15
18

HOME RUNS

AVG.
.431
.370
.349
.319
.316

PLAYER/HS
Preston Johanns/PHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Noah Stoller/WTHS
Damon Egnor/PHS
Alec Vest/WTHS

No.
17
16
15
14
14

PLAYER/HS
Preston Johanns/PHS
Noah Stoller/WTHS
James Mourey/PHS

RUNS BATTED IN

RUNS SCORED
PLAYER/HS
Damon Egnor/PHS
Austin Fast/WTHS
Corbin Edwards/PHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Cameron Doster/PHS

DOUBLES

PLAYER/HS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Noah Stoller/WTHS
James Mourey/PHS
Hunter Noel/AHS
Corbin Edwards/PHS

TRIPLES

PLAYER/HS
Corbin Edwards/PHS
Blaine Jerome/WTHS

No.
5
5
5
4
4
No.
3
2

PITCHING VICTORIES

PLAYER/HS
Damon Egnor/PHS
Lupe Martinez /PHS
Austin Winebrenner/WTHS

STRIKEOUTS

PLAYER/HS
Damon Egnor/PHS
Braden Zuber/WTHS

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

PLAYER/HS
Damon Egnor/PHS
Braden Zuber/WTHS

No.
2
1
1
1
1
No.
16
16
12
No.
5
3
3
No.
80
43

IP
ER ERA
39-2/3 0 0.00
42-2/3 18 2.95

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 3B

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room. Eat-in style kitchen w/newer
cabinets & counter tops. New Price
$73,500. Call Joe Den Herder

2 NEW LISTINGS - EACH 3 BR Homes


w/newer roofs, floor coverings &
freshly painted. Att. 1 car garage,
Paulding - Priced to sell! $68,500
each - Call Don Gorrell 419#1741 Reduced! 7263 Rd 72,
399-7699
Payne, Wayne Trace. 4 Bed, 3
bath home. Master Suite, move
in ready & beautiful. Pole Barn,
Shed, Many Updates.$169,900
Call Aaron 419-769-5808

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Auction
Sat., June 4
10:00 A.M.

2 Real Estate Parcels


Parcel 1
3 Acres
House
Garage
Pole Barn
Parcel 1 Location: 9484 Rd. 137, Paulding, OH - 3 mi. east of Paulding, OH on Rd. 138
(Charloe Trail) to C-131; then south on C-131 for 1 mi. to C-126; then east on C-126 for
1 mi to Rd T-137; then south on T-137 for mi.

NOW LEASING: One &


Two Bedroom Apartments in Paulding, Ohio.
For information, please
call Straley Apartments
at 419-399-4068.
ONE BEDROOM apt.
Paulding on the square.
Newly remodeled. Stove
a n d r e f r i g e r a t o r f u rnished. NO PETS or
SMOKING. Tenant pays
utilities. Call 419-3997595

HOUSES FOR SALE


COUNTRY HOME for
sale, SW of Paulding.
3.5 Acres with pond. 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
2 car attached garage.
Remodeled kitchen, dining & living room. 3 car
shed with heated game
room. $176,900
Text 219.508.9860

CHARTER BUS Tours


June 15:Tommy Guns
Garage, Chicago--$129;
June 17:Shipshewana,
Home Game--$109;
June 28-30: Niagara
Falls & Erie Canal-$439; July 6-9:Mississippi River Cruise on
Twilight --$719. Call for
detailed fliers. Lots of
Day & Multi-Day tours.
Evelyns Excursions,
419-737-2055; Ivah
Lothamer419-3992386 www.evelynsexcursions.com - also on
Face Book

WANTED TO BUY

BUYING COINS,
stamps, comic books,
old toys, knives, old jewelry, antiques, collections. Call 419-3993353.

GARAGE/YARD SALES
4897 FLATROCK Trail,
Payne. Thurs 6/2 & Fri
6/3, 9-5. Girls clothes
5/6-10/12, boys clothes
10/12- 18, household
items,
antique
table/chairs, loveseat,
coffee table, 19-inch tv,
new golf bag, lamps,
misc.

GARAGE SALE - June


3 and 4. 224 West St.,
Payne. Florence Fisher
Estate. 9am-5:30pm.
ONE DAY only - June 3;
8am-4pm, 6592 Road 1,
Payne. Glass endH I C K S V I L L E C O M - tables, TV stand, bedMUNITY-wide Garage room suite, corner hutch,
Sales; Fri. & Sat. June 3 pictures, mirrors, misc.
& 4. Maps available at
GARAGE AND bake Shell, Red Angel, and
sale: June 3-4, 8a.m.- Marathon Thurs., 6 p.m.
5p.m.; signs, marbles,
WANNEMACHER
lamps, chair, full-sized
GARAGE SALE
bed, box springs and PAYNE COMMUNITY
210
South Laura Street
Wide
Garage
Sales
mattress; glassware, lots
more! V. Fisher, 6342 watch for signs and bal- (garage on back side of
loons. Maps at Payne house, off of alley near
PAULDING MINI Stor- Road 39, Payne.
Maramart. June 3 & 4 Dr. Kuhns office) - Adult
age: For unit sizes and
and kids clothes, shoes,
prices please call 419ball cleats, baseballs/softBIG STORAGE balls, kids inside and out399-4068.

STORAGE

FOR SALE

$150 QUEEN pillowtop


mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260493-0805,
HURRY FOR best selection - Everything must go
sale - We are moving
location - Rupp Furniture Co. Bryan store
only 419-636-1121

FOR SALE

2 lighted bookcases
with adjustable shelves,
pristine condition.
Dimensions: H-74,
W- 32 and D-18
Vintage antique brass
bed. Headboard footboard and rails included.
Also mattress and springs
419-399-4388.

Open House
AARON TIMM - 419-769-5808
Committed to Excellence

Sunday, June 5
1:00-3:00
PRICE REDUCED TO SELL!

Parcel 2
16 Acres
Garage
Horse Barn
Parcel 2 Location: 15695 Rd. 102, Paulding, OH - 3 mi. east of Paulding, OH on Rd. 138
(Charloe Trail) to C-131; then south on C-131 for 2 mi. to T-102; then west on T-102
for mi. (located 1 mi SW of Parcel 1) - watch for auction signs
Auction location: Both real estate parcels will sell from the Parcel 2 location (horse
farm) at approx 10:30 AM Real Estate Terms: $3,000 earnest money each parcel
with closing approximately 30 days from the date of the auction. Owner: Richard L. Ross
Estate; Ricky D. Ross, Executor; Paulding Co. Probate Court Case 2015-1086; Joseph
Burkard, Attorney. Larry D. Gorrell, Broker - Chris Aufrance, Apprentice; Don Gorrell,
Ken Manz Apprentice; Nolan Shisler, Aaron Timm, Auctioneers

Sat., June 4
10:00 A.M.

Location: 15695 Rd. 102, Paulding, OH - 3 mi. east of Paulding, OH on Rd. 138 (Charloe Trail) to C-131;
then south on C-131 for 2 mi. to T-102; then west on T-102 for mi. (watch for auction signs)

7 International Tractors (F12; H; M; 756)


2 Skid Steer Loaders - Farm Equipment
Pickup Trucks - Motorcycle
2 Horse Trailers - Horse Equipment
Lawn & Garden - Shop & Hand Tools
Tractors, Trucks, Motorcycle, Trailers, Loaders Including Restored F-12 Tractor .Restored H Tractor 2 Un-restored H Tractors M Tractor H Project
Tractor 756 Gas Tractor 753 Bobcat Skid Steer Loader, SN511525011
610 Bobcat Skid Steer LoaderSkid Steer Loader Forks Honda CM450A
Hodomatic Motorcyle, Odometer shows 6,197+- mi. 2003 Chevy Sliverado
1500 Pickup, Odometer shows 192,000+- miles 1990 Chevrolet pickup,
Odometer shows 253,278 1995 Corn Pro SG-12 6E Livestock Trailer, 5th
wheel J&H 2 Horse Trailer Implement Trailer ... Equipment & Related Including IH Tractor Parts and Other Parts Including 9 Steel Wheels Of Various
Types & Sizes Wheel Weights Gravity Wagon, 10 T Kory Gear Small Gravity Wagon 3 Flatbed Wagons 3 Pt. Post Hole Auger 7 Field Chopper
16 Harrogator 16 Wheel Disc 5 Tiller, 3 Pt. 14 AC Field Cultivator
3 Btm Quick Hitch Plow Slip Scoop 3 Pt. Grader Box Land Levelers
Old Loader PTO Manure Spreader IH 715 Combine (parts) 7 Sickle
Bar Mower IH Press Wheel Drill Bale Elevator Hay Rake Steel Wheel
Plows Old Gas Powered Baler 2 Gleaner A Combines Horse Items &
Lawn & Garden & Related Including Pro Star 518 Commercial Zero Turn
Mower Cub Cadet RT 65 Rear Tine Tiller Craftsman 675 Mower Buyers ATV 16 gal Feeder Spreader 6000W Gas Generator Professional 8.5
Gas Pressure Washer 12 V Lawn Sprayer Cub Cadet Rough Lawn Tractor
Home Lite Weed Trimmer Gas Powered Log Splitter Cement Mixer 3
Horse Sulkies Horse Tread Mill & Exerciser Horse Tack Including Harness,
Halters, Bridles, Lead Ropes, Etc. Rubber Tired Home Made Parade Wagon
with Seat & Wagon Tongue or Shafts 10+ Metal Gates, Posts Etc. Shop &
Woodworking Tools Including 2 Air Nailers Cordless Circular Saw 3 T Floor
Jack Craftsman 10 Radial Saw B & D 12 Band Saw Clarke Drill Press
Hitachi Reciprocating Saw Stanley Tri Pod Level Drill Doctor Bit Sharpener
Pro Tech Power Miter Saw Sand Blaster Handheld Electric Grinder & Belt
Sander Electric Drills Elec Impact Wrench Cut Off Tool Socket Sets
Tarps, Straps, Etc Pipe, Adjustable, Open & Box End Wrenches Platform
Scale Hammers Shovels Clamps Bolt & Other Cutters ... Bench Grinder
Craftsman Rollaway, Chest and Other Tool Boxes ngersoll Rand 7.9 HP,
60 gal, Upright Air Compressor Log Chains Platform Scale Jack Stands
Vise Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Etc Older Meat Processing & Other
Interesting Items including Butcher Boy Model B 12 Meat Band Saw Hobart
Steakmaster Meat Tenderizer Hand Elec Saw Wrapping Paper Dispenser
Antique Meilinks Home Deposit Vault Safe Gun Safe Gun Cabinet 20
Stack Chairs 20 x 26 Canopy 2 Window Air Conditioners Pallets of Misc
Items Misc Lumber & Iron Much, much more This Is a Very Partial
Listing . Equipment Inspection on Fri., June 3rd from 11 A.M. until 3 P.M.
and beginning at 8:30 A.M. on the day of the auction. Visit our Web Site @
www.gorrellbros-paulding.com Personal Property Terms: Cash or check day
of auction. Owner: Richard L. Ross Estate; Ricky D. Ross, Executor; Paulding Co. Probate Court Case 2015-1086; Joseph Burkard, Attorney Larry D.
Gorrell; Chris Aufrance, Apprentice; Don Gorrell, Ken Manz, Apprentice,
Aaron Timm, Nolan Shisler Auctioneers

SALE

Agent Note: If you have been considering looking for a great home in the
Wayne Trace school district, this home is for you. Only minutes from Payne
and minutes from the high school!

Auction

Sat., June 11
10:00 A.M.
Signed Fenton & Other Fine Glassware
Antiques - Primitives - Collectables
Jewelry - Old Avon - Old Paper Items
LOCATION: Gorrell Bros. Auction Facility -1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH
Signed Fenton Glass w/ boxes (over 40 pcs of Nice Fenton) ... Large Amount
Of Pink, Green and Other Depression Glass including Pink Cherry Blossom set
...Large Amount Of Other Glassware including Cobalt Blue, Amethyst, Cambridge Glass Plate, Collector Plates, White Monex Dishes, Opalescent Glass,
Fostoria Coin Glass & Other Fostoria, Imperial Slag Glass, White & Blue Bubble
Dishes, Pope Gosser & Mikasa & several other china sets incl Royal Baroness,
Milk Glass Dishes, Stretch Glass ... Portugal & Co Tiffany Lead Crystal Vase ...
Etched & Other Cake Stands & Related ... 1960s spun glass pitchers & tumblers sets... Hull, McCoy, & Roseville Pottery ... Joe Rice Paper weight... Many,
Many Figurines ...Nice Collection of Tuscon & Southwest Pottery & Other Southwest Collectables Including Pictorial Leather Sculpture, Roger & Marie Kull ...
Many Baskets Including Longaberger, Peterboro, etc... Collections of Salts &
Peppers, Ceramic Birds, Boyd Bears, Chickens, Angels, China & Glass Pitchers,
etc., etc., etc. ...35+- Flats Of Jewelry and Related Plus Many Sterling, and
related including rings, necklaces, brooches, etc., etc... Antiques, Primitives,
Paper Products & related including Pennsylvania Lines RR Lantern ... Kerosene
Lamps ... Vintage Zenith Cobra Matic Radio / Phonograph ... Thomas Collectors
Edition Juke Box, Centennial 1890 - 1990... Singer Tiny Tailor Sewing Machine
...Several Boxes Of Old Comic Books ...Old Sheet Music ... Star Trek & Planet
Of The Apes Trading Cards ... Boxes Of Old Kitchen Items, Garage Items &
Related ...American Girl & Co-Ed Magazines ... 1955 Comets Hockey Program
... Boy Scout Items... 1969 Reds Team & Gene Autry Photos ... Campaign &
Other Buttons, Pins, Etc ..Post Cards ...Shirley Temple Collectables ... Marbles
...Vintage Toys ... Keys, Locks, Lighters, Pipes, Cameras, etc., etc... Graniteware
... Daisey Red Ryder BB Gun ... Sleigh Bells & Other Bells ... Crocks, Small Cast
Iron Kettles & Related Items, including Griswold Lid ... Mason Glass Oil Jars
...Vintage Clothing & Hats ... Prints & Framed Art ... Wood Boxes & Old Spice,
Tobacco and Other Tins... Many Local Advertising Collectables ...Stain & Slag
Glass Hanging Lights ... Kitchen Cabinet Spice Jars ...Oak Fireplace Frame ...
Beautiful Pump Organ ...2 Glass China Cabinets ... Several Old Stands & Tables
Of Varied Descriptions ... Rattan Porch Set... Sewing & Other Stands ...Post Vise
... Single Shovel Plow ... Old Cupboard ...Large amount of Older Avon including
Bottles from 1960s through 2000, Old Catalogues, Awards, Etc. ... Helen
Major passed away in Dec, 2015. She was the local Avon Lady for the last 53
years. Not only was Helen a collector of many things, but she was also was a
saver, with several items from the families of both her and her husband Bert
--- 5+ Wagons Full Of Tools, Primitives, Household, Etc., Etc., Etc. including
push mower, lawn tools, kitchen items, decorator items and related plus wagon
load of Xmas & related .. .This is a very partial listing - we are Still un-boxing
...2 auction rings... Pre-Auction Inspection Wed. & Thurs June 8 & 9 from 11
A.M. to 3 P.M., Fri. June 10 from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. and beginning 8:30 A.M.
day of auction ...Visit our web site @ gorrellbros-paulding.com - or - auction
zip for over 250 photos and more detailed list ...Terms: Cash, Check, VISA,
Master Card or Discover Card ... Sellers: Helen Major Family- (Dan & Karen
Major - Janet Major - Steven & Den Major ...Gorrell Bros. Auctioneers - Don
Gorrell, Ken Manz, Apprentice; Larry Gorrell, Chris AuFrance, Apprentice;
Aaron Timm; Nolan Shisler

side toys, puzzles, baseball


cards, crafts, Starting Lineup figurines, coffee mugs,
collector dolls, wicker doll
bassinette, new crocheted
lap robes, sewing notions,
two quilt tapes, books,
fabric material, games,
baskets, oak bench, outside yard decorations, lots
of miscellaneous items!
Thursday/Friday
(9am-5pm)

Everything must go!


June 2,3,4; 9,10,11
9 am - 6 pm
Corner of SR 111 & SR 49 (OH)

(Smalleys Storage)
Appliances, furniture, tools,
old radios, kitchenware,
office supplies, tapes, books,
pictures/frames, clothes &
knick knacks

Huge 3 Party Garage Sale


June 8, 9, 10 8:30 - ?
419-506-0363 - Sis Wetli
Bassinets, baby crib, carseat, toddler bed, childs
wagon, toys, baby, toddler girls clothes to 3T, antique
chairs, snow blower, home decor, stand up clothes
steamer, bedding/quilts, king frame & box springs,
womens, juniors, mens name brand clothes
Paulding - 111 west to 49 cross 49 go 3 1/2 mi. to
Rd. 11, house on corner
Antwerp - old 24 west to Rd. 11 turn left (South) go
2 miles house on corner

Now Reduced! 7263 Rd 72, Payne. 4 bedroom, 3 bath, home, on 2.35 acres.
Huge master suite on the main level with three beds and the possibility of the
fourth on the upper level. Extra full bath on the main. Thoughtfully decorated and
very well maintained. Attractive landscaping and great curb appeal. Too many
details to list! 54 X 68 Morton Pole Barn. A must see! Now only $159,900

Register to win a $25 Maramart Gas card. Details at the open house.

Large Auction

JUNE 2 & 3, 9am-5pm


and June 4 from 9am1pm. 1 mile west of
Grover Hill on SR 114
then 2 miles south,
corner of Rd 12 & Rd 37.
Large window air conditioner, glass top coffee
table, chest of drawers,
baby girls clothes up to
2T, baby monitor, bumbo
seat, womens clothes
med & more.

GARAGE SALE Books, clothing, Xmas


tree, bicycle, copier, Precious Moments, Hay
forks, Kids toys, lift chair,
Upholstery material,
small appliances, miscellaneous, too much to list.
June 2,3,4/9am-5pm.
Crossland, 940 W.
Wayne St.

211 North Main St.

Paulding, OH
419.399.4444

REALTY AUCTIONEERS, INC.

NEW LISTINGS
Antwerp East Canal St.,
modern (1995)clean ranch
w/ full finished basement/
sunroom; FINE home;
$114,900; # 403 call Rudy
Payne; West Merrin St., 2
bedroom Cape Cod(upper
level not finished) on 1/2 acre
lot; many updates w/good
shade; huge garage; $74,900;
#362 call Rudy
Paulding; North Cherry St.; 4
bedroom 2 story on acorner
lot; very well updated w/ new
cosmetics; great location;
immediate occupancy;
$74,900; #353- call
Bernie 419-769-3675
Paulding; US 127 South; 4
acres plus 30 pad mobile
home court;complete past
records; profitable; might
split frontage off; possible
owner participation; $180K;
Call Heather 419-670-2609

SEE PHOTOS-VIDEOS FOR 100+ MORE


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REAL ESTATE AUCTION


Saturday, June 11 at 12 noon
4055 US 127
Haviland, Ohio 45851

2347 sq ft home on 1.5 acres

4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Nice kitchen and large living room all on


a newer basement. A well maintained home with 2 large outbuildings. A great opportunity to purchase a country residence
in a good location.

Personal property auction to start at 10am


by Rismiller Auctioneer Service
Terms: $5000.00 non refundable down payment day of sale
with balance due with in 30 days. Possession at closing. Selling
AS IS WHERE IS with no warranties or guarantees. Sale is not
subject to any contingencies or financing. All inspections should
be done at the expense of the buyer before bidding. Auctioneer
represents the seller. Short proration of property tax will be used.
It is the responsibility of the buyer to contact zoning or the proper
authorities for conformation of any future planning of the property. A 10% buyers premium will be added to the successful bid
price to determine the contract price. Open house Wednesday
May 25th from 4-7 pm or contact Realtor for showing.

Troy Kies, Auctioneer/Realtor


HER Realtors 937-726-8970

00180702

Multiple Listing
Service

HELP WANTED

Go to auctionzip.com for pictures and updates

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5B

Purchasing & Inventory Manager


Well established growing company seeking
experienced professional with mechanical
contractor or construction background.

We are looking for the following:


Excellent customer service and management skills

Ability to work independently while managing


multiple projects
Proficient computer skills and
Strong multi-tasker.

***
Teem Wholesale has an
immediate opening for a
production team leader.
Applicants must be dependable,
self-motivated, energetic
individuals with excellent
communication and problem
solving skills. Previous
leadership experience or
qualified leadership
training is required.
***
Competitive wages, health,
dental & life insurance, 401K,
paid vacations and holidays
are available.
Please apply in person at:
Teem Wholesale
200 W. Skinner St.
Ohio City, Ohio 45874

We offer top-notch compensation and benefit package


including 401K, health, dental, vision and disability. Permanent position working with dedicated team of professionals.

Reply in confidence with


resume and salary history to:
Dept. 137 Times Bulletin P.O. Box 271
V.W.O. 45891

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To get started, contact your sales rep or call 419-399-4015 today.

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Commissioners Journal
May 23, 2016
This 23rd day of May, 2016, the
Board of County Commissioners met
in regular session with the following
members present: Tony Zartman,
Mark Holtsberry, and Nola Ginter,
Clerk . Absent: Roy Klopfenstein.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Sheriff Jason Landers reported he
is once again trying to arrange for an

assistant dog warden.


Sheriff Landers asked the commissioners for their assessment of the
recent courthouse security measures.
Now that the security deputies have
been in place for three weeks, the
commissioners noted everyone seems
to be adjusting to the new system.
Sheriff Landers presented a calculation of additional funding necessary
to cover the security deputies wages.
The commissioners agreed to appropriate funding for courthouse security
deputies (see resolution below).
IN THE MATTER OF AUTHORIZING THE PAULDING
COUNTY ENGINEER TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR THE
2016 COUNTY CHIP SEAL PROJECT
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board
of County Commissioners does
hereby authorize Travis McGarvey,
Paulding County Engineer, to advertise in a paper of general circulation
within the County for two consecutive
weeks for bids for the 2016 County
Chip Seal Project.
IN THE MATTER OF AUTHORIZING THE PAULDING
COUNTY ENGINEER TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR THE
2016 PAULDING COUNTY PAVING PROJECT
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board
of County Commissioners does
hereby authorize Travis McGarvey,
Paulding County Engineer, to advertise in a paper of general circulation
within the County for two consecutive
weeks for bids for the 2016 Paulding
County Paving Project.
IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION (FUND 001-017)
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board
of County Commissioners does
hereby direct the County Auditor to
amend the 2016 Annual Appropriation by appropriating the following,
to-wit; 001-017-00002/General Fund/
Sheriff/Salaries, Employee-Sheriff
AMOUNT: $49,500; 001-01700015/General Fund/Sheriff/PERS
$9,000; 001-017-00016/General
Fund/Sheriff/Workers Comp $750;
001-017-00018/General Fund/Sheriff/
Medicare $750; TOTAL: $60,000.

Weather report weekly summary as recorded at Paulding Villages water


treatment plant

Home Care Aides


STNAs/CNAs
Help us provide care in the
homes of the elderly in your
community. Join our personal care aide staff. Training provided. Antwerp &
Hicksville Area. Apply online
or at office:

Community Health
Professionals
250 Dooley Dr., Ste. A
Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-4708
www.ComHealthPro.org

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
of the PC Workshop, Inc.

Responsible for providing day-to-day leadership to


the non-profit organization of PC Workshop, Inc.,
including management of all financial, accounting, budgetary functions, and service operations.
Works cooperatively with the Paulding Co. Board of
Developmental Disabilities in facilitating a smooth
transition from The Board operated program to the
non-profit, including obtaining and maintaining
DODD Medicaid Provider Certification for adult
day array services, non-medical transportation and
other Medicaid waiver services offered by the PC
Workshop.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:


Bachelors Degree in business management, finance
and/or marketing preferred or equivalent work experience in a non-profit organization or related business field, with experience in financial statement
preparation, budgeting and internal control compliance. Additionally, prefer experience in the field of
serving individuals with developmental disabilities
and familiar with adult day services and the Medicaid Waiver system.
Salary commensurate with education and
experience.
Please send cover letter and resume to
PC Workshop, c/o Paulding Co. Board of DD, 900
Fairground Dr., Paulding OH 45879 or email to
parclane@pauldingdd.com
Applications due by June 10, 2016

Grads learn what really matters

Commissioners Journal
after the demolition happens.
Fickel reported the recent training
in her real estate office was very beneficial. The splits are going very well.
Staff members are working together
to get a better understanding of the
process from beginning to end. Fickel
praised her staff, saying everything is
running smoothly.
Jerry Zielke, PCED, presented his
monthly report for the commissioners
review. He noted all new projects are
listed at the top of the report. Zielke
shared updates of various grants he
has applied for.
He also reported a Paulding County
Career Opportunities booklet will be
given to all county school seniors
upon graduation. The booklet will be
a helpful tool for seniors, providing
information about area job and career
opportunities.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
A motion was made by Holtsberry
to go into executive session at 8:07
a.m. with the Paulding County Prosecutor to discuss legal matters.
At 8:18 a.m. all members present
agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.
IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION (FUND 081)
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board
of County Commissioners does
hereby direct the County Auditor to
amend the 2016 Annual Appropriation
by appropriating the following, to-wit;
081-001-00006/WMEA Grant/Contracts/Services AMOUNT: $16,500.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
A motion was made by Holtsberry
to go into executive session at 10:35
a.m. with the Paulding County Juvenile/Probate Judge to discuss personnel matters.
At 11:25 a.m. all members present
agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.

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Commissioners Journal May 18,


2016
This 18th day of May, 2016, the
Board of County Commissioners met
in regular session with the following
members present: Tony Zartman, Roy
Klopfenstein, Mark Holtsberry, and
Nola Ginter, Clerk.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Deb Guilford, PCBDD director;
and County Auditor Claudia Fickel
Guilford began the meeting by announcing she has arranged to pay for
PCBDDs Medicaid recertification
by check as opposed to using a credit
card.
The discussion then focused on
PCDDs buses and garage status.
Guilford noted the buses are all titled
in the commissioners name. She also
said the garage is a full service facility
and there are also a lot of tools.
Guilford stated the Paulding County
Board of DDs regular monthly meeting is tomorrow at 4 p.m. The goal of
the board is privatization of the Workshop by the end of this year.
Guilford was questioned as to the
necessity of renting a van from Williams County. She explained that
buses require a driver with a CDL and
also require that you have a transportation supervisor on staff. PCBDDs
transportation supervisor resigned and
the bus driver is retiring June 1. Van
drivers do not require a CDL and do
not require a transportation supervisor.
Guilford noted that Medicaid can
still be billed to transport clients to
and from work. The vans are capable
of transporting up to 13 people and are
handicapped equipped.
Guilford reported approximately
40 employees are currently at the PC
Workshop. They are currently using a
van they rent from Williams County
and a van the PC Workshop owns to
transport workers.
Guilford noted plans to privatize
the Workshop by the end of 2016 are
well under way. She also explained
that PCBDDs clients receive services
for life and that Paulding County has
a waiting list for people who need services. Guilford noted the SSAs employed at PARC Lane are working on
the waiting lists. She also commented
that the PC Workshops production
manager is able to keep plenty of work
to keep clients/employees busy.
County Auditor Claudia Fickel
presented a new report from her real
estate office. It tracks the wind farms
PILOT to date and the settlement
total amounts various entities have
received.
She also presented the Sales Tax report for April. along with the General
Fund Revenue and Expenses reports.
She reminded the commissioners
the Homestead forms are due June 6.
She also noted her office will accept forms noting demolitions for tax
credits year round. She recommends
they be filled out and turned in as soon

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May 25
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May 26
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May 27
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By Byron McNutt
DHI Media
Whether youknow a young
man or woman who is graduating from high school or
college this season, perhaps
the most important advise you
can give them is to find mentors who will take the time to
counsel them as a protg.
Advise them to value learning, curiosity, discipline and
character. Urge them to be
careful about little things that
they know can be tragically
important. Tell them to treat
everyone that comes in touch
with them with respect and
warmth. Teach them that style
and grace are essential to leadership.
Mentors will teach lessons
that are rooted in wisdom and
character. Being smart is not
sufficient even if it is essential.
They need to learn to maintain
balance between short-term
objectives and what are always called what really matters.
Former corporate executive
and Major League Baseball
commissioner Fay Vincent is
a big advocate of mentoring.
He notes that finding success
requires a degree of luck.
He said old baseball legend
Branch Rickey once opined,
Luck is the residue of design.
Mentoring is an art and it
requires both time and energy.
Not every successful leader
is willing to take the time to
provide explicit counseling.
Finding a mentor that will take
the time to share lifes lessons
with you might be your greatest blessing. Even better, cultivate a team of mentors. You
cant have too many.

About 30 years ago, Dr.


Robert Spitzer of Burlington,
Wis., was president of the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He delivered an address
to a distinguished audience
at the International Science
and Engineering Fair in Milwaukee. Following are a few
thoughts from his address titled Challenges Facing the

People
Make the Difference

By
Byron McNutt
Worlds Youth.
There will be obstacles. I
know of no leader who is not
an optimist. Success comes in
cans, not in can nots.
Right now your education
is the most precious possession you can acquire. Todays
young people, given the right
educational environment, seek
education in its true sense.
They seek leadership; more
are goal oriented, they are
looking for models and examples of sound values; they are
ready for careers with a purpose; they want self-esteem of
productive work.
Your education should not
only be a classroom experience. It is the sum total of
all of lifes experience...the

home, television, parents, music, arts, friends, church, community and work, in addition
to school itself.
To me, education is not
the acquisition of knowledge
alone, but the development
of experience and wisdom,
of attitudes, habits, skills and
knowledge. An education is
an ongoing experience. Dont
forget to study the basics ...
reading, writing, math, science and economics.
Learn that self-esteem can
be derived from hard work,
entrepreneurship,
quality
work, craftsmanship and the
dignity of self-support. Remember that the highest priority on this planet is for peace
among its inhabitants ... for
as our numbers and our technology makes the world seem
smaller, it is vital to our own
existence that we learn how to
live together.
Dr. Spitzer said, Persistence is the quality that
has helped so many successful people become a success.
When you feel that its time to
quit, give up or throw in the
towel, 98 percent will do just
that, but the other 2 percent
will keep trying. In the game
of golf, the follow-through is
the important thing. My challenge to you is follow through
with life.

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6B - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 1, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

RELIGION
Feltz brings a ministry of
presence wherever he serves
By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
OAKWOOD Any pastor
who is fortunate to lead a local
congregation has many opportunities to teach, share and grow in the
experience. A congregation, made
up of all kinds of people, from all
walks of life, always brings challenges to the pastors attention
and along the way a relationship
is built through joy, sadness, and
friendship in other words, just
simple, everyday living.
The connection between the
pastor and the people he serves is
special. Its hard to explain and its
hard to understand unless you are
or ever have been a pastor. Its a
very special calling, that when it is
acceptedlife changes ... forever!
For Brady Feltz, pastor of the
Twin Oaks United Methodist
Church in Oakwood, the calling
came to ministry and more specifically the chaplaincy when he
was 18 or 19 years old. Later, the
call to the local church in order
to build and revitalize the church
came and he accepted the challenge and it changed him, forever.
Not only is Feltz pastoring locally but he also serves as a chaplain in the United States Army Reserves. The Captain was commissioned in 2007 into the chaplain
program and currently serves the
785th Military Police Battalion in
Detroit.
A local pastor since April 2015,
Feltz came to Oakwood after
completing a three year charge
at New Hope United Methodist

Church in Eaton, Ohio.


His initial obligation to the reserves is a four year term. He is
obligated to serve a week end a
month and a two weeks a year.
My time can be broken up
in smaller segments. I can serve
in various ways for three or four
days at a time. It is somewhat
flexible and my area of service
is Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin
or Missouri. My church has been
very helpful in working with me
on scheduling and allowing me
the time off necessary to fulfill
my obligations with the Army
Reserves, said Feltz.
Often times when Feltz is on
assignment he will meet with
those being deployed. Providing
pastoral care, emotional support,
and helping deal with issues at
home in a positive way is all part
of his ministry.
Its called a ministry of presence. Making myself available to
those soldiers who will be leaving
home. Its not always easy but I
do what I can to bring a sense of
stability in their lives, Feltz said.
When comparing his military
obligation and its demands to
those of the local congregation, he
sees some obvious differences.
In the military when you may
only spend a few days, or a weekend with a group, its difficult to
build a solid relationship because
theres not enough time. To follow-up on a soldier is not always
an easy thing to do. Sometimes
you rely on telephone counseling.
However, with the local church

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where Brady is present and available much of the time, its different. Building friendships and
growing relationally is much
easier because more time is spent
together with the congregation.
The idea of separating the pastoral concerns and needs of the
local congregants verses those of
soldiers can be a little difficult according to Feltz.
Its hard sometimes. With soldiers it often seems more acute
or extreme. They may be on
their way to another country they
have never been before and they
are leaving behind a family and
maybe dealing with a possible divorce. Or there are those who are
dealing with post traumatic stress
disorder compared to someone in
the local church who is struggling
with the subject matter of a Bible
study.
Feltz, whose church has a
weekly attendance of 85, does all
he can to stay to meet the demands
of ministry. While serving locally
as well as his military obligation,
Brady is also planning to get married this New Years Eve.
Spending time with my fiancee is obviously important and we
enjoy our time together. I admit
that Im not involved in the wedding plans as much as I should be
but shes working hard with making sure its what she wants and
thats fine with me, he said.
When dealing with many of
the pressures that people bring
his way and counseling people
in making positive life choices,
there are times when Brady sim-

Scripture of the Week:


Everything else is worthless when compared with the infinite value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake I
have discarded everything else, counting it all as garbage,
so that I could gain Christ --Philippians 3:8

BRADY FELTZ

ply needs to get away and refresh


and refocus.
I have daily, weekly and even
yearly habits, I guess you could
say, that I draw from that allows
me to get away and rethink. Daily,
I read the Bible and usually another book of interest and I pray.
Weekly, I exercise, not as
much as I should, but when I do
it helps me to refocus and think
more clearly. I also have what I
call sabbath ( a day off) that I am
real strict in maintaining. Thats
my day for me. The congregation
understands what that day means
to me and they respect it. They
know that it must be a real emergency in order for them to call
me, he said.
The pastor also enjoys wood
working, watching movies and
writing creatively.
A ministry of presence, weather
its in Oakwood or Detroit, or to
those in war torn countries Pastor Feltz, Chaplain Feltz, or Captain Feltz, its not so much his title
but the message he brings for all to
accept.

Todays question we need


to consider and then honestly
answer is this just how close
are you to God? The answer
is somewhat simplistic to answer. We are all as close to
God as we want to be.
We are never going to become a friend of God in our
spare time. We have to make
knowing God a number one
priority in life. So, how are we
doing with that. Are you seeking God with all of your heart
everyday?
Paul says it like this: Everything else is worthless
when compared with the infinite value of knowing Christ
Jesus my Lord. For his sake
I have discarded everything
else, counting it all as garbage, so that I could gain
Christ -- Philippians 3:8.
Remember: You are as
close to God as you choose to
be. Youre going to become a
friend of God when you want
to become a friend of God.
None of us can blame anybody else. You cant blame
your wife, your husband, your
parents, or your kids. Again,
we are as close to God as we
want to be. And if you feel far
from God, guess who moved?
You didnt make him the number one priority of your life.
Knowing and loving God is

our greatest privilege. And being known and being loved by


God is our greatest pleasure.
There is something I have
noticed in people and that is
you can tell whats important
to them by what they brag
about. If their kids are most
important, they brag about
their kids. If their job is the
most important thing in their
life, they brag about their job.
If travel and having experiences is most important, thats
what they talk about. If partying or buying new clothes
is what you talk about most,
guess what you value most?
You brag about what you value most.
God says in Jeremiah 9:23,
The wise should not boast of
their wisdom, nor the strong
of their strength, nor the rich
of their wealth. If any want to
boast, they should boast that
they know and understand
me.
Why? Because thats what
life is all about. Knowing God
is what matters most. The God
of the Universe loves you and
wants to have a relationship
with you. Getting close to
God will give you peace and
perspective. Wow, thats good
stuff. So, just how close are
you to God?

June 6-10: Rose Hill Church of God 6 - 8 pm


17965 Road 138 (intersection of CR 138 and Ohio 637)

June 20-24: St. Paul UMC - Payne 9 - 11:30 am


Pre-school age through sixth grade

June 6-10: Dupont Church of the Brethren 7 - 9:10 pm


Ages preschool through grade 12

July 11-15: Twin Oaks UMC 6 - 8:45 pm


The church telephone number is 419-594-2100

June 13-17: Freedom Church 6:30 - 8:30 pm


17936 Road 108, Paulding

July 11-15: Grover Hill Zion UMC 6 - 8 pm


Call Trisha at 419-587-3792 for more information

PAULDING COUNTY CHURCH DIRECTORY


ANTWERP AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Antwerp Community Church, 704 S. Erie St., SR 49, Antwerp; Pastor Ricky L. Grimes
258-2069. Contemporary worship 10:30 a.m.
- Antwerp United Methodist Church, East River Street; Rev. Pastor Mike Schneider,
258-4901, Contemporary service Sunday 8:30 a.m., Traditional Service 10:30 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 303 S. Monroe, Antwerp; Office: 417 N. Main, Paulding,
399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer; Mass on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
- First Baptist Church, 5482 CR 424; Pastor Todd Murray, 258-2056, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 126 W. River St., Pastor Mike Pennington, 258-2864, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses, 2937 US 24; 258-2290. Public talk 10 a.m.
Sunday.
- Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Rev. Derek Evans. Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Riverside Christian Church, 15413 SR 49, Antwerp; 258-3895, Pastor Regan Clem.
Sunday gathering 10:30 a.m.

ARTHUR/FIVE SPAN AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 13562 Road 147, Defiance (Junction); 399-3121, William
Schlatter, Elder, Sunday services 10:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
- Bethel Christian Church, Ohio 66, Defiance (Arthur), Pastor Christopher Baker, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.
- Church of Christ, corner of County Roads 166 and 191; Evangelist Lonnie Lambert,
399-5022. Worship 10:30 a.m.
- Junction Bible Christian Church, County Road 111, Defiance (Junction); 393-2671,
JunctionBible@copper.net, interim Pastor D. Richardson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pleasantview Missionary Baptist Church, Road 180, Defiance (Junction); Rev. Alan
Ray Newsome, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Rock Church, SR 637, Five Span-Arthur area; Pastor Bobby Branham 393-2924, Sunday worship 10:45 a.m.

GROVER HILL AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Bible Baptist Church, corner of Cleveland and Perry streets, Grover Hill; Pastor Pat
Holt, 587-4021, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Grover Hill Church of the Nazarene, Maple and East Jackson streets; Pastor Jonathan
L. Hoagland, 587-3376, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Grover Hill Zion United Methodist Church, First and Harrison streets; 587-3941; Pastor Mike Waldron, 419-238-1493 or 419-233-2241 (cell). Sunday worship 10:20 a.m.
- Mandale Church of Christ in Christian Union, Ohio 66; 786-9878, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- Middle Creek United Methodist Church, County Road 24, Grover Hill; Pastor Eileen
Kochensparger, Sunday worship 8:45 a.m.
- Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, County Road 151, Grover Hill; Pastor David Prior, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pioneer Christian Ministries, 3606 Slane Rd., Grover Hill; Rev. Chuck Oliver, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.

- Roselms Christian Church, Ohio 114; Pastor Gary Church, 594-2445, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m.

- Auglaize Chapel Church of God, rural Oakwood, 3 miles south and 1/2 mile west on
Road 60; Pastor Stan Harmon, 594-2248, Sunday worship 9 a.m.
- Melrose United Methodist Church, Melrose; 594-2076, Pastor Eileen Kochensparger
399-5818; Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- Twin Oaks United Methodist Church, corner of Harmon and Second streets, Oakwood; Pastor Brady Feltz. 594-2992. Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m.
- Prairie Chapel Bible Church, 1 mile east and 1/2 mile north of Oakwood, corner of
Roads 104 and 209; Pastor Earl Chapman, 594-2057, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

Hospital. Pastor Cameron Michael, Sunday service at 10 a.m.


- House of Love Ministries, 220 N. Williams St.; Pastor Predest (Dwayne) Richardson
or Sister Brenda Richardson, 399-9205 or 796-8718, Sunday worship at 3 p.m.
- New Beginnings Church (Church of God), Cecil; Pastor Roy Burk, 399-5041, Sunday
worship 11 a.m.
- Paulding Church of Christ, East Perry Street, Paulding; Minister Christopher Reno,
399-4761, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Church of the Nazarene, 210 Dooley Dr., Paulding, 399-3932, Pastor Jeremy
Thompson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Family Worship Center, 501 W. Perry St., Paulding; 399-3525, Rev. Vincent
Kroterfield, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding United Methodist Church, 321 N. Williams St., Paulding; 399-3591, Rev.
Roger Emerson, Worship service at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
- Pentecostal Church of God, 601 W. Caroline St., Paulding; Elder George Robinson,
Sunday sworship service at noon.
- Rose Hill Church of God, corner of SR 637 and Charloe Trail, Paulding; 399-3113,
Pastor Ron Hofacker, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- St. John Lutheran ChurchELCA, 7611 Road 87, Briceton; Pastor Karen Stetins, 3994962 or 399-2320. Sunday worship at 8:30 a.m.
- St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 601 Flat Rock Drive (P.O. Box 156), Paulding;
Pastor Karen Stetins, 399-2320, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

PAULDING AND SURROUNDING AREA

PAYNE AND SURROUNDING AREA

HAVILAND/LATTY/SCOTT AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 12867 Road 82, Haviland; 399-5220, Worship service
10:30 a.m.
- Country Chapel United Methodist Church, Haviland; 622-5746, Sunday worship
10:15 a.m.
- Latty Zion Baptist Church, Latty; Pastor Levi Collins Jr., 399-2748, Sunday worship
service 11:15 a.m.
- Harvest Field Pentecostal Church of God, 13625 Road 12, Scott; Pastor Terry Martin,
622-2026, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Friends United Methodist Church, Latty; Pastor Ron Johnson. Sunday worship 9 a.m.

OAKWOOD/MELROSE AREA

- Bethel United Methodist, Forders Bridge, Cecil; Pastor Kevin Doseck, Sunday worship
service 10:30 a.m.
- Bethlehem Temple Pentecostal, 818 W. Jackson St., Paulding; Rev. Burpo, Sunday
worship at noon.
- Branch Christian Fellowship, 109 N. Main Street, Paulding; Pastor Greg Cramer, Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Cecil Community Church, 203 S. Main St., Cecil; Pastor Ted Ramey. Sunday worship
service 11 a.m.
- Cecil First Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Cecil; Sunday worship at 8 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 315 N. Main, Paulding; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Masses: Saturday at 6 p.m.; Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
- Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1275 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-5061, Sunday worship
services at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 1233 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-4576,
Sunday worship service 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 114 W. Caroline St.; 399-2438. Pastor David Meriwether,
www.firstpresbyterianpaulding.com. Traditional worship service Sunday 10:30 a.m.
- Freedom Church, 17936 Road 108; 567-356-1300. Pastor Brad Colley, Sunday 10:30
a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
- Grace Community Church, West Wayne Street (Ohio 111) across from Paulding County

- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 203 W. Townline, Payne; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Mass at Saturday at 4 p.m.
- Edgerton Wesleyan Church, 1717 Bertha St., Woodburn, (Edgerton) Ind.; Pastor Dave
Dignal, 260-632-4008, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Living Water Ministries, For location information, contact Pastor Rich Phelan, 263-2728.
Contemporary worship service Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
- Payne Church of Christ, 220 W. Merrin St., Payne; Pastor Mikeal George, 263-2092;
or 419-574-2150 (cell), Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.
- Payne Church of the Nazarene, 509 E. Orchard St. (Ohio 500) Payne; Pastor Mike
Harper, 263-2422, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- St. Jacob United Church of Christ, southwest corner of Oak and Hyman streets, Payne;
Rev. Jim Langham, 263-2763. Sunday service 10 a.m.
- St. James Lutheran Church NALC, West Townline Street (P.O. Box 42), Payne; 263-2129,
Pastor Fred Meuter, 260-492-2581. Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- St. Paul United Methodist Church, (P.O. Box 154) 312 S. Main St., Payne; Rev. David
Rohrer, 263-2418, Parsonage: 263-2017, Sunday worship at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Editors Note: If your church doesnt have service times listed, please contact the
Paulding County Progress office to notify of Sunday service times.

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