The Coshocton County Beacon September 19, 2018 - Page 6

6 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com SEPTEMBER 19 , 2018

| OBITUARIES

COSHOCTON - Helen Agnes Williams Guy passed away peacefully at home Sept . 13 , 2018 . She was 99 years old .
Born in Walhonding , OH on April 5 , 1919 , she was the first child and only daughter of George Jackson “ Jack ” and Zelma Holice ( Elder ) Williams . As a child she lived in Columbus , Coshocton , and later at the Orchard Heights property at the top of High Street in Roscoe .
Helen graduated from
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Roscoe High School in 1937 and from Ohio University in 1942 with a BS in Home Economics . On August 27 , 1939 , she married Rev . Willard Arthur Guy , Jr . They met as adolescents when his father was the minister at what is now Central Christian Church . Although his family later moved away from Coshocton , Willard never forgot the sweet girl he managed to sit by in church . Their courtship began while Helen was still in high school . Helen and Willard were married over 70 years before Willard ’ s death in 2010 . During those years , through times of joy and sorrow , they shared the trust , optimism , and love that was forged when they were separated by Willard ’ s Army Chaplaincy service for over two years during World War II .
Willard ’ s post-war career led them first to Medina , OH , then to Pittsburgh , PA , and then back to Ohio where they continued adding to and raising their family in Mt . Vernon and Toledo . Nearing retirement age saw them back in Coshocton County where Willard served the same church as his father . After years of living in parsonages , Helen thoroughly enjoyed having their own home in Walhonding to remodel , decorate , and enjoy for 35 years before they down-sized and moved to Coshocton in 2009 .
In addition to being an active and involved minister ’ s wife and helpmate , Helen was an excellent homemaker and the loving mother of three daughters . The skills Helen developed through her Home Economics degree were used to enrich her family ’ s lives with nutritious meals , excellent money management , and sewing abilities . She instilled in her children her love of reading and a desire for learning , encouraging each to pursue her own interests . She is survived by a daughter , Julie Guy ( Thomas ) Heil and three grandchildren : William G . ( Mary ) Palestrant of the Johnstown area , Sarah M . ( Aaron ) Clark of Granville , and Kimberly Dawn Veatch of Reynoldsburg ; 4 great-grandchildren : Spencer Palestrant and Bailey , Jackson , and Ella Clark . She is also survived by two brothers Robert L . ( Shirley ) Williams of Athens , Ohio and Fred E . ( Barb ) Williams of Coshocton , a sister-in-law , Dorothy Williams , and numerous nieces and nephews .
In addition to her husband , Helen was preceded in death by her parents , daughters Zelma Guy Palestrant and Rev . Mary Beth Guy and brothers Max , William , and Charles Williams .
In keeping with Helen ’ s wishes , there will be a graveside service for the interment of cremains at Tiverton Cemetery on Sept . 20 , 2018 , at 11:00 am with Rev . Stephen Bentley officiating . Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw is assisting the family . www . fischerfuneralhome . com
In lieu of flowers , memorial contributions may be made to Central Christian Church , 722 Main Street , Coshocton , Ohio 43812 . The family appreciates the support of friends , private caregivers , and members of the Community Hospice team .
COSHOCTON - Donald Warner Austin died peacefully on Sunday , September 9 , 2018 at age 93 . Don was the loving father of daughters Kelly Jo and Suzanne . He was proud grandfather of Rachel Zingg-Bowden and Katherine Zingg . He was also devoted husband to his wife of 57 years , Elva Younker Austin , who preceded him in death .
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Don exemplified the qualities of our “ Greatest Generation ”. He will be fondly remembered by family and friends for his service in the Army Air Corps , as an avid fisherman , armchair quarterback , lover of music and mostly as a loving and devoted family man .
Don was born in New Philadelphia on May 19 , 1925 , the son of Floyd and Nellie Austin . He graduated from Strasburg-Franklin High , after which , he proudly served on a B-24 aircraft in the South Pacific Theater in WWII . He then attended Kent State University where he received a degree in Industrial Engineering . He met Elva Younker while attending Kent . They were married June 27 , 1953 .
Don and Elva began their careers and family in various locations , before eventually settling in Coshocton , where Don worked for Pretty Products for over 20 years , and Elva taught at Lincoln Elementary School .
Don was a conscientious man who worked within the community to improve the lives and opportunities of those with developmental disabilities . He valued education and possessed a life-long love of learning . He will be remembered for his generosity and compassion to all .
Our family will always cherish the times we had together with both Don and Elva ; weekend trips to Lake Erie , holidays together , family dinners , and simply spending quality time together . Don adored his daughters and granddaughters . In addition to material and emotional support , he also instilled the values of hard work and selflessness .
Don is preceded in death by siblings , Lowell and Elson Austin , and Virginia Austin Napier . Don is survived by his daughters , granddaughters , and son -in-law , John Zingg and grandson-in-law , Tanner Bowden . Don is also survived by his niece , Amy and nephews Adam and Dennis ( and wife Nadine ) Landaw and their families as well as extended family .
Calling hours were held on Thursday , September 13 , 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home . A funeral service was held on Friday , September 14 , 2018 at 1:00 pm at the funeral home with Pastor Dennis Landaw officiating . Burial followed at Fort Laurens Cemetery in Boliver , Ohio . In lieu of flowers , memorial donations may be made to Hopewell Industries or to Community Hospice .
An online memorial can be viewed at www . given-dawson-paisleyfh . com .
FRESNO - Gordon Duane Green , age 79 , of Fresno , passed away on Sunday , September 9 , 2018 . He was born on July 21 , 1939 in Noble County to the late Vernon and Doris ( Bates ) Green . Gordon was a press operator for Pretty Products for 40 years working until his retirement in 2001 .
He was a member of the Coshocton Moose ,
Green enjoyed riding motorcycles and was a former member of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association ; he enjoyed wood working , puzzles , and was a big John Wayne Fan .
Gordon is survived by his two children , Duane Green of West Lafayette and Denise ( Mitch ) Hayes of West Lafayette ; grandchildren LeAnn and Darren ; sisters Reva ( Marvin ) Hostetler of Fresno and Ruth Smith of West Lafayette ; former wife , June Green and several nieces and nephews .
Along with his parents , Gordon is preceded in death by his brother and sister-in-law , Jim and Jane Green .
Per Gordon ’ s wishes , a private funeral will take place . For those who wish , memorial contributions may be made in Gordon ’ s name to Community Hospice , Truman House , 716 Commercial Ave . SW , New Philadelphia , OH 44663 .
An online memorial can be viewed at www . givendawson-paisleyfh . com .

Pendola named runner of the week

AUSTINTOWN - Baldwin Wallace University junior All-Ohio Athletic Conference and Academic All-OAC performer Bella Pendola ( Warsaw / River View ) was named OAC Women ' s Cross Country Runner of the Week for the second time in her career .
BW was the only Division III program that competed in the Tommy Evans Invitational , which was hosted by the University of Akron at the Silver Creek Metro Park Cross Country Trails . Running alongside local Division I and Division II talent , Pendola was the top Yellow Jacket finisher with a career-best 5k time of 18 minutes , 49 seconds and placed 16th out of 102 runners . The junior improved on her previous career best by 46 seconds .
In both meets this season , Pendola has led the BW women ' s team as she also placed fifth as the top Division III runner in the annual Wooster Invitational .
The Yellow Jackets will race again on Saturday , Sept . 22 , in the Purple Valley Classic , hosted by Williams College at Mount Greylock High School in Williamstown , Massachusetts .
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