Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 17:28
Dr. Chapman grew up in the Pontiac, Michigan, area where he attended school and began his undergraduate degree at Oakland Community College, later transferring to and graduating from the University of Arizona at Tucson. He then went on to ATSU-KCOM and graduated in 6989. He practiced medicine in both Arizona and Missouri and had a family practice in Farmington for many years. In his spare time, he enjoyed listening to and playing classic rock and blues music on his guitar and piano, reading, and in previous years, biking and hiking with his wife.
Dr. Myers was preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Edith. Surviving are his second wife, Betty Zimmerman sister and brother-in-law, Jean and Gene Moffett children, David P. Myers, DO, ’77, Mark (Tamra Whiteley), and Barbara Miller grandchildren, Kristen Myers, Cassandra (Jason) Dombrose, Christopher (Regina) Myers, Lauren Myers, Thomas Myers, Dan (Staci) Miller, and Jessica Miller three great-grandchildren a bonus family of Zimmerman children, grandchildren, and a great-grandchild and a large, close extended family of cousins, nieces, and nephews and their families.
In his spare time, Dr. Weber enjoyed woodworking and being outdoors. Vacationing with his family was a favorite pastime. He was the ultimate family man and took any free time to spend time with them.
Dr. Chuck served in the Navy at the . Naval Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. He was a dearly loved family physician with private practices in New Middletown and Hanoverton, Ohio, and was on staff at the Osteopathic Hospital from 6967-88. Following his retirement in 6988, because of his love for medicine, he continued emergency room medicine with Locum tenens and later worked for the Ohio State Bureau of Workers Compensation. Much of his retirement was spent between Ohio and Florida with his beloved wife, Ellie, where he enjoyed family, friends, travel, golf, tennis, and being together.
Dr. Jones had formerly been a member of the First Baptist Church in Bowling Green and was a member at Findlay Evangelical Free Church in Findlay.
Dr. Drost is survived by his wife, Marguerite Drost brother, Larry Drost (Linda Caballero Drost) Bernard Drost (Jackie Drost) Betty Gardner five daughters, Debbie Webber (Mike Webber), Linda Huffer (Jim Huffer), Pam Rickett (Jack Rickett), Deanna Drost, and Mary Denson (Duane Denson) sister-in-law, Charlene Keylor Schott (Clint Schott) several nieces and nephews and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by daughter Margi A. Drost, Edward B. Drost, and Josephine Brown Drost.
Dr. Kelso was preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn Kelso, and brothers, Dr. Paul Kelso and John Kelso. Survivors include his brother, Elmer L. Kelso, DO, ’57, and sister-in-law, Heidi Kelso son, Dr. Mark Kelso, daughter-in-law, Julie Kelso, grandson, Ethan Kelso, and granddaughter, Katie Kelso daughter, Dr. Leslie Winemiller and son-in-law, Dr. Kirk Winemiller, granddaughter, Megan Winemiller, and grandson, Brent Winemiller sister-in-law, Dorothy Kelso sister-in-law, Elizabeth Kelso and numerous nieces and nephews.
By this time, Terry and his family had moved back to St. Louis, Missouri, and rejoined Chinese Gospel Church of St. Louis. Terry served as an elder at the church and taught Sunday school. His family has fond memories of him getting in trouble for bribing the children in Sunday school with candy. They also grimace lovingly at the memory of a sermon he ended by singing a cappella, even though he was terribly tone deaf.
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Dr. Maggio leaves his devoted wife and constant companion of 56 years, Beverly (Fattell) Maggio his daughters, Monique Maggio Koribanics and her husband, Michael P. Koribanics, Michele Maggio Agresti and her husband, Robert J. Agresti, DO, ’88, Nicole Maggio Knable and her husband, Christopher Knable, Simone Maggio Poveromo and her husband, Nicholas Poveromo nine grandchildren, Carly Agresti, Christen Koribanics, Lindsay Agresti, John Koribanics, Stephanie Agresti , Nathaniel Knable, Zoe Knable, Ava Poveromo, and Nicholas Poveromo his sister, Marilyn Chapman and her husband, David Chapman numerous nieces and nephews and a host of extended family and friends who mourn his passing.