The Coshocton County Beacon May 17, 2017 - Page 10

10 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com MAY 17, 2017 |  PUBLIC RECORD Divorces / Dissolutions None to Report Marriages Reino Kustaa Kalinen III of Warsaw to Melissa Ann Schroyer of Warsaw Matthew S. Swigert of Coshocton to Jamie L. Wright of Coshocton Jessica Dale Jacobs of Conesville to Matthew Lee Bramkamp of Coca, Fla. Javier Camacho of Coshocton to Des- tiny Elaine Covic of Coshocton Steven Forrest Kimberley Jr. of Co- shocton to Amber Dawn Melrose of Coshocton Death Notices Charles “Bill” Mobley Jr., 81, of Co- shocton, died Monday, May 8, 2017. Services were held Friday, May 12 at The Miller Funeral Home. For more information, visit www.themillerfu- neralhome.com. Contributed | Beacon Black Bear royalty named The 2017 River View High School prom queen and king are Jayden Hagans and Cameron Fetzer. They were crowned during the school’s prom on April 22 at Lake Park Pavilion. Ronald “Ron” Bordenkircher, 77, of Coshocton passed away Tuesday, May 9, 2017, at Lafayette Pointe. Per Ron’s wishes a cremation will take place and burial of his cremated remains with be held at a later date at South Lawn Cemetery. For more information, visit www.themillerfu- neralhome.com. Land Transfers 4.28.17 Marjorie A. Wiggins to Linda R. Stark; 513 Wilson Ave., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $40,000 5.1.17 Jack C. Lyons, et al. to Neatie G. Burris; 1238 Ivy St., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $51,500 5.2 Brenda L. Akers to Carlos Wayne Wright; 1.7671 ac. and 4.34 ac., White Eyes Township, SR 93: $24,960 Suellen K. Adkins to Scott Gilmore; 57381 TR 26, West Lafayette, OH, 43845: $23,000 Lynn A. Geiselman, et al. to Daniel L. Moody Jr.; 42658 TR 1153, Warsaw, OH, 43844: $110,000 JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. to Miller Real Estate II, Ltd.; 894 Green Dr., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $56,175 Sonia K. Helmick to James H. Hols- key and Geraldine M. Holskey; 22451 Township Road 1203, West Lafayette, OH, 43845: $84,900 Vane S. Scott III and Sue L. Scott to Provident Holdings, LLC; 121 Park Ave., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $52,000 Mark R. and Sarah R. Lindsey to Kar- en J. Countryman; 1865 Cassingham Hollow Dr., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $205,000 Tara A. Dolick nka Tara A. Troendly and Justin Michael Troendly to Ellen Blair; 213 N. Oak St., West Lafayette, OH, 43845: $90,000 Max L. and Norma Ruble to Kathleen Verhoff; 1317 Canoe Lane, Coshoc- ton, OH, 43812: $85,000 5.3.17 Chad L. Gress and Jennifer Gress to Jeffrey L. Gress and Lisa M. Gress; 44043 CR 23, Coshocton, OH, 43812: $324,000 Provident Holdings, LLC, an Ohio Limited Liability Company to Darr Rentals LLC, an Ohio Limited Lia- bility Company; 58446 CR 9, West Lafayette, OH, 43845: $65,000 Joshua A. Young to Zachary D. Elson; 129 E. 4th St., Warsaw, OH, 43844: $70,500 T&C Holdco LLC to Holmco Hold- ings LLC; TR 162 and CR 16, West Lafayette, OH, 43845: $1,274,472.50 Bambi Marie Lloyd (aka Booth) and Robert D. Lloyd to Benjamin D. Co- blentz; 1519 Arthur Ave., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $40,000 5.4.17 Scott and Brenda Carpenter to Wayne and Moira J. Hawk; 1361 Sleepy Hollow Dr., Coshocton, OH, 43812: $106,000 Padded crib bumpers banned in Ohio By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – There were 770 infant sleep related deaths in Ohio from 2011 to 2015. This spring state legislators took a huge step in hopefully curbing that number by banning crib bumpers in the Ohio. “They were banned because they restrict air flow and cause a risk of suffocation,” said Leane Rohr, director of the Coshocton County Family & Children First Council. “When an infant dies from SIDS investigations are done and common factors in some of those deaths were the child being in bed with bumpers, blankets, pillows or stuffed animals.” Mesh crib bumpers will be ok for at least the next three years according to the new law. “We don’t know what is going to happen with them because they are so new to the market that we really don’t know if they have a risk factor,” Rohr said. “The state recommendation though is not to put anything in the crib, but baby.” Bumpers were originally intended to help keep children safer in cribs because the slats in them were far enough apart that children were getting body parts stuck in them. “Now crib slats should be no wider than being able to fit a pop can through them,” Rohr said. “You also don’t have cribs with drop sides anymore. With all the new standards now there really is no reason to need bumper pads.” The way the law is written bumper pads cannot be sold secondhand or in stores as of April 6, 2017. “This is the first time legislation has been written to help do something to reduce the infant mortality rate,” Rohr said. Coshocton, however, has been trying to address the problem for the past three years with its Cribs for Kids program. In 2015, 25 people were enrolled, in 2016, 28 benefited from it, and so far in 2017, 16 have been in- volved with Cribs for Kids. The program focuses on safe sleep tips and partici- pants receive a free pack and play plus a diaper bag full of helpful information and other goodies like a sleep sack for baby. In the beginning it was offered in a group setting, but now Alex McKay from Coshocton County Family & Children First Council meets one on one with participants who meet WIC eligibility guidelines. “We can’t say what we teach you will prevent SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), but if you follow the guideless we give you it will greatly reduce the risk of it,” Rohr said. Another program they offer in hopes of reducing in- fant mortality rates is Baby & Me Tobacco Free. The goal of this program is to get pregnant moms to quit smok- ing and to help them stay smoke free after their baby is born. Partners also are encouraged to enroll in the program and those who are successful with it have their efforts rewarded by receiving diaper vouchers. For more information on either program, contact McKay at 740-295-7321 or e-mail her at alexiamckay@ coshoctoncounty.net. What does a safe sleep environment for baby look like? 1. Use a firm sleep surface, such as a mattress in a safety- approved crib, covered by a fitted sheet. 2. Do not use pillows, blankets, sheepskins or crib bumpers anywhere in your baby’s sleep area. 3. Keep soft objects, toys and loose bedding out of your baby’s sleep area. 4.