The Coshocton County Beacon June 10, 2020 - Page 19

Adam ta Mae ents he by his Wilson, Februaughter her Bill Wilson; and sisters Inez and Joyce. Calling hours were held at the Miller Funeral Home, 639 Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 on Tuesday, June 2, from 10 a.m. to noon with funeral services beginning at noon with Pastor Dairel Kaiser officiating. Burial followed at Coshocton County Memory Gardens where the Coshocton County Veterans Council performed military honors. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be directed toward the Juanita Potts Family Home; envelopes will be available at the funeral home. An online memorial is located at www. themillerfuneralhome.com. June 10, 2020 Dorothy M. Nelson Dorothy Mae Nelson, 95, passed away Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at Genesis Health- Care in Zanesville. She was born in Crooksville on May 27, 1925 to Joseph and Clara Mickey. She was married to William Charles “Bill” Nelson who also preceded her in death along with her parents and siblings. Dorothy is survived by her children, Carol Ann Nelson of Warsaw, Connie Nelson of Michigan, and Donald (Rhonda) Nelson of Texas, 4 grandchildren, and many great and great-great grandchildren. No services are being held. The Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw is handling arrangements. Condolences can be shared on her memorial page at fischerfuneralhome.com. e to open with safety plans Submitted John Larson, owner of The Warehouse, said his customers have been excited to be out. “We’ve done everything we need to to make sure our customers feel comfortable dining with us. We have the big patio to use, and we make sure to keep the social distancing in place.” He also added partitions between booths, and the staff is sanitizing often. Proud to serve the people of Coshocton and surrounding communities since 1896! hing & Carving of Fine Memorials ronze • Mausoleums ing & Cleaning BF-00471928 shocton • 740.622.5833 • E-mail: millimem@clover.net orders while the store was closed. “I shipped everything or delivered to local people. Since we have reopened, I can’t thank our amazing following enough, as they have been in and the business is flourishing even better than before we had to close. The support people have shown to small businesses getting through this time has been unbelievable and heartwarming,” Miller said. To follow state guidelines, the store has a limit of 10 people allowed in at one time, and the staff sanitizes everything during the day. There also are social distancing stickers on the floor to help encourage customers to keep their distance. “We also have curbside pickup if someone wants to order but not come in the store. They can call the store, and we will bring it out. We are all wearing masks too,” Miller said. Mint Ivy Boutique also has a special event the first Friday of each month. “It’s always different. There is a special, and we have snacks or drinks or an activity to go along with the special,” Miller said. Jessica Schlabach plans to visit the boutique this week. She said she is excited about going in, but she plans to wait until the store is empty before going in and will wear a mask. She works with people with disabilities and has small children, so wearing the mask is to protect them. Jessie Bates, owner of Bexley Ann’s Boutique, said she closed before she was told she had to close because she wasn’t sure how dangerous the virus was and she babysits her granddaughter. “Luckily I already had an online site set up before all this happened, so my customers started using it. At first I was shipping everything, but as restrictions lifted, I started curbside pickup,” Bates said. Bates said her online shopping “blew up” during this time, and she got some new customers. “I reopened the day we were allowed with limited days but realized people are back out and ready to shop, so I added Tuesday too,” she said. Bates is limiting her customers to five at a time and has sanitizer available for her customers. “I spray and wipe down everything between customers. I feel most people are excited to be out, but I’m still getting a lot of online orders as well,” she said. Kristy Schonauer has visited the store several times since its reopening. “I was so glad to be able to go. I wasn’t worried at all about shopping. I also think it’s really important to support our local businesses as much as possible.”