Area woman was 81.
William, who especially loved going deer hunting with his sons, was 68.
Daniel, who served in the U.S. Army as a missile-radar technician for NATO in Germany, was 58.
Clarence, who passed away Oct. 7, was 70.
Theodore, who was everyone’s friend and selfless, was 42.
Gloria, who touched lives everywhere she went, was 82.
Ruby, who enjoyed crocheting, crafts, baking, and spending time with family, was 85.
Richard, who was known for his jokes, storytelling and passion for sharing Deaf culture and American Sign Language, was 78.
Bernard, who enjoyed fishing, boating and coaching baseball, was 88.
Amibell, who enjoyed spending time with her family, golf and traveling, was 84.
Randall, who was an animal lover and had enjoyed motorcycling, was 73.
Susan, who was passionate in her faith, was 66.
Donald, who retired from Fanny Farmer Candy Co., was 85.
Marie, who retired as a machine operator from the Hamilton Beach Company, was 88.
Roger, who enjoyed sprint car racing and deer hunting, was 85.