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Aletha Jean Doane
Aletha Jean Doane, 92, of Amherst, former Oberlin resident, died Feb. 17 at Kingston of Vermilion Nursing Home in Vermilion.
Born in Oberlin, she graduated from Oberlin High School in 1925 [1927].
Before moving to California in 1942, she was a telephone operator for Northern Ohio Telephone Co.
While in California, she was a telephone operator for Webber Air Craft, retiring in 1974. She returned to Oberlin after her retirement.
Mrs. Doane enjoyed all types of dancing and especially ballroom dancing.
Survivors include nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Gaylord; her parents, Levi and Clara (nee Whitney) Worcester; and brothers Otis and Howard Worcester.
A graveside service was held on Feb. 19 at the East Pittsfield Cemetery, with the Rev. William Buckeye, pastor of First United Methodist Church, Wellington, officiating.
Memorial gifts may be made to New Life Hospice, 5255 N. Abbe Rd., Elyria 44035; or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, February 22, 2000, p. 2.

Russell B. Docy
Russell B. Docy Jr., 18, of North Ridgeville, passed away suddenly Sunday, December 7, 2008 at St. John Westshore Hospital, Westlake. He was born in Elyria, where he had lived most of his life until moving to Oberlin [where he was a member of the OHS class of 2008] and then to North Ridgeville this past August.
Russell was currently a senior at North Ridgeville High School. He enjoyed playing Run Scape online, Magic Cards, video games and was an accomplished piano player.
He is survived by his parents, Sharon and Russell Docy Sr. of North Ridgeville; twin brothers, Alexander and Christopher Docy at home; paternal grandparents, Stephen and Verna Docy of LaGrange; and maternal grandmother, Shirley Bowles of Columbia Station. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Marion Bowles.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, December 10, 2008 from 4 to 7 P.M. at the David Bogner Family Funeral Home, 36625 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville, where services will be held 11 A.M. Thursday December 11, 2008.  Reverend Charles Keesee, Pastor of Midway Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Resthaven Memory Gardens, Avon.
For further information or to send an online condolence, please visit www.davidbognerfamilyfuneralhome.com
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Tues., Dec. 9, 2008.

Bryan Domain dies at age 20
Bryan Lynn Domain, 20, a management trainee at Elyria Holiday Inn, died Monday morning at University Hospitals in Cleveland after five weeks of illness.
Rev. John Elder of First Church of which Bryan was a member will conduct funeral services tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Cowling Funeral Home. Burial will be in Westwood Cemetery.
The family will receive friends today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Bryan’s parents are Frank and Patricia Domain, 444 West College. They came to Oberlin in 1971.
Bryan was born in Watertown, New York, on Oct. 16, 1961. He was graduated from Oberlin High School in 1979.
The Domains have another son, Randy, and three daughters, Terri, Holly and Tracy, all at home. Also surviving are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison E. Fink of McMurray, Pennsylvania and Frank S. Domain Sr. of Franklin Park, Illinois.
The family suggests that memorial contributions, if desired, be made to the cardiac care unit at Allen Hospital.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, August 5, 1982, p. 2.

Albert Finney Donaldson
Donaldson—Albert Finney [died Oct. 20, 1931. He was a 1910 graduate of OHS]. Funeral services at Dargeon Undertaking Parlor, Amsterdam Av. and 107th St., Saturday, 2 p.m.
The New York Times, New York, N.Y., Saturday, October 24, 1931, p. 17.

Dennis A. Donaldson, 59, dies of heart attack Friday
Dennis A. Donaldson, 14565 Rt. 58 S. suffered an apparent heart attack while playing golf at Forest Hills golf course in Carlisle Twp. Friday evening and was pronounced dead on arrival at Elyria Memorial Hospital. He was 59.
Services were Monday morning at the Cowling Funeral Home with Rev. Howard O. Jones officiating. Burial was in Westwood Cemetery.
Mr. Donaldson was born in Oberlin May 13, 1922 and was a lifelong resident here[, graduating from Oberlin High School in 1941]. There have been Donaldsons in Oberlin for nearly a century. Mr. Donaldson’s father, Dennis W., came here from Tennessee about 1890; his mother was Louisa Smith, whose forebears came to Oberlin in the early 1850’s.
Mr. Donaldson was a set-up man for the Ford Motor Co. in Brook Park. He was a member of the Christian missionary Alliance Church; past master of Central Star Lodge 76 F&AM; and an active area golfer. His World War II Army service – he was a corporal – took him to Italy.
And beyond all that “He was a loving husband, brother, father and grandfather,” said son Dennis.
Surviving Mr. Donaldson are his wife, the former Mary Douglas, to whom he was married 39 years; sons Dennis Jr. of San Jose, California and Larry of Lorain; a daughter, Lynda (Mrs. Martin) Hicks of 174 North Park; three sisters, Mrs. Ethel White and Mrs. Gloria Hopkins, both of Elyria and Mrs. Erma Causby of Cleveland; and nine grandchildren.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, June 25, 1981, p. 2.

Marian Margaret ‘Mary’ Donaldson
Marian Margaret “Mary” Donaldson, 78, of Oberlin died Monday at Welcome Nursing Home in Oberlin after a long illness. [She was a 1940 graduate of OHS.]
She was born in Lorain.
She was an assembler at Gilford Instrument Co. for many years before retiring in the mid-1980s.
She was a member of the Les Grandmeres club and attended the Christian Missionary Alliance Church of Oberlin.
Survivors include sons Dennis R. [OHS ‘61] of San Jose, Calif., and Larry [OHS ‘63] of Lorain; a daughter, Linda Hicks [OHS ‘65] of Oberlin; 11 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Dennis A. [OHS ‘41]; her parents Bret and Margarte [sic] (nee Scott) Douglas; a brother, Rodman Douglas; and sisters Maxine Garner, Eleene Wright and June Davison.
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Westwood Cemetery, Oberlin.
Pastor Charles B. Mayle and the Rev. Howard O. Jones, both of Christian Missionary Alliance Church of Oberlin, will officiate.
Memorials may be made to the Welcome Nursing Home, 417 S. Main St., Oberlin 44074.
The Cowling Funeral Home, 228 S. Main St., Oberlin, is handling arrangements.
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Tuesday, March 7, 2000, p. B-2.

Pilot Arthur K. Doolittle dies

Broomall, Pa. (UPI) – Arthur K. Doolittle, 85, World War I pilot and noted chemical engineer, has died at the Broomall Presbyterian Home.
Mr. Doolittle, a test pilot for the Sopwith Camel airplane, flew damaged planes from France to England for repairs during World War I. He left the U.S. Army in 1919 with the rank of colonel.
Mr. Doolittle, who died late Tuesday, earned a degree in chemical engineering and joined the Union Carbide Chemical Co. in Charleston, W.Va., after the war. He directed the company’s plastics research and left in 1959 to form Arcadia Institute, which researched liquid plastics.
Mr. Doolittle also taught chemistry at Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and at Princeton University.
A native of Oberlin, Ohio, [and a 1914 graduate of OHS,] Mr. Doolittle continued flying until the age of 76, with his wife, Dorothy [Dortha Bessie Bailey, OHS ‘14], as navigator and engineer.
He and his wife lived in Wallingford, Delaware County, before moving to the home last March.
Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Friday, January 22, 1982.

Dortha Bessie (Bailey) Doolittle
Dortha Bailey Doolittle died July 15, 1982, at Broomall (Pa.) Presbyterian home, where she and her husband, the late Arthur K. Doolittle, lived since March 1981. An emerita professor of chemistry at Widener College (since 1970), she taught at Oberlin, Oxford College for Women in Ohio, Barnard, Kanawha and Morris Harvey Colleges, West Virginia Institute of Technology, Drexel, Miami U., Yale, U. of Illinois and several private secondary schools. Except for a four year period (1954-58) when she worked as a research assistant for her husband at Union Carbide in Charleston, W.Va., Mrs. Doolittle’s entire career was devoted to teaching.
Born in Oberlin, April 16, 1896, Mrs. Doolittle and her husband both graduated from Oberlin High School in 1914. After college [Oberlin College class of 1918], she did graduate work at U. Illinois, U. Mich., and was an Ellen H. Richards Fellow at M.I.T. 1922-23 and a Charles M. Hall Research Fellow at Oberlin 1944-45, at which time she worked as an assistant to Prof. Harry N. Holmes. She received the M.S. in n1920 from U. Illinois.
Mrs. Doolittle was listed in American Men and Women of Science, Who’s Who in American Education, Two Thousand Women of Achievement, and was listed in the third edition of Who’s Who of American Women. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Iota Sigma Pi, Chi Beta Phi and Delta Kappa Gamma. She was also a trustee of the Arcadia Institute for Scientific Research and served on several local and national committees of the American Chemical Society.
As an author, she had several articles published in chemistry journals and assisted in the edition of a 1071-page chemistry reference book written by her husband which was entitled, The Technology of Solvents and Plasticizers. Mrs. Doolittle also gave numerous papers on chemistry before technical groups.
For her dedication as an educator she received two awards from student groups at Widener in 1970 and three years later received the Alumni Association Citation from there.
For her steadfast involvement in Oberlin College and more specifically, in her own class activities, Mrs. Doolittle received the Alumni Association Certificate of Appreciation in 1979. She was then recognized for her accomplishment in encouraging her class to give a record breaking amount for the reunion giving program. She had been the backbone of the revitalization of the Henry Hudson Memorial Scholarship Program (hudson scholarships and how they grew, Fall 1979). The fund was established by the Class of 1918 in honor of their classmate who lost his life as a pilot in WWI. Since 1964 she coordinated the fund as a class project and came to Oberlin each fall to meet the recipients by inviting them to breakfast with her. When Mrs. Doolittle was elected president of the class at its 45th reunion, she found that the fund still totaled the same $2,500 that was contributed in 1923. She then reactivated the 1923 plan to increase the scholarship’s principal amount and at its 60th reunion the class had raised the funds to $168,541. The fund had grown to $173,670 when Mrs. Doolittle received her certificate and now provides five $1,200 scholarships per year.
In addition to working with this fund, she was a member of the Alumni Board (1967-70), class president (1963-68) and was class agent.
She was married to Arthur K. in 1923. He had received his education at Columbia and was a chemical engineer for Union Carbide and a consultant and professor at Drexel. Also born in Oberlin, he was the son of Frederick G. Doolittle, professor of violin and head of the violin department and Maude (Tucker ’91) Doolittle who was an instructor of piano in the Conservatory. Mr. Doolittle was a test pilot for the Sopwith Camel airplanes during WWI. He left the Army in 1919 with the rank of 2nd lieutenant and was made an honorary colonel in 1973. He continued flying until the age of 76 with Mrs. Doolittle as navigator and engineer. He died Jan. 19 in the Presbyterian Home.
Mrs. Doolittle leaves son Robert F. ’48 and daughter Elizabeth Peckham ’49, eight grandchildren and her sister, Ruth ’29, of Elyria. A memorial service was held at Swarthmore Presbyterian Church with burial in Oberlin. Contributions may be made to the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church or the Oberlin College Class of 1918 Scholarship Fund.
The Oberlin Alumni Magazine, Oberlin, Ohio, Autumn 1982, p. 94.

Aaron Cameron Douglass
Army Specialist 4th Class Aaron Cameron Douglass of Oberlin died Saturday of injuries sustained in a vehicle accident while on duty at Fort Carson, Colo. [He was a 1990 graduate of Oberlin High School.]
Survivors include his parents, Georgia Cameron and Stephen Douglass; sister, Erika; brother, Ralph; and other family and friends.
Military services were to be held today, Oct. 27, at Fort Carson.
Local services will be held Sunday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. in the Oberlin Unitarian Universalist fellowship hall at 40 ½ S. Main St.
Memorial contributions may be made to the wildlife or nature fund of donor’s choice.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, October 27, 1992, p. 2.
Aaron Cameron Douglass, 20, Was Army Specialist
Fort Carson, Colo. – Army Specialist 4th Class Aaron Cameron Douglass was a tank driver and a combat veteran of Desert Storm. He joined the Army two years ago after attending Oberlin High School and Lorain County Joint Vocational School.
He most recently was assigned to Company B, 2nd Battalion, 35th Armor at Fort Carson, Colo.
Spc. 4 Douglass, 20, was on guard patrol with another soldier at an ammunition storage point near Butts Army Airfield on the fort Saturday morning when a vehicle in which they were riding left a gravel road and rolled over once.
Spc. 4 Douglass suffered internal injuries. He died 12 hours later at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo. The other soldier, Pfc. Charles Reedy Jr. of Gary, Ind., suffered a head injury.
Authorities said the cause of the accident is being investigated by Fort Carson Military Police officials.
Spc. 4 Douglass' father, Stephen, flew from Lorain to the fort that day and arrived at the hospital 90 minutes before the soldier died. His mother, Georgia Cameron Illner, of Grafton, arrived later.
In addition to his father, who is a teacher at St. Ignatius High School, and his mother, Spc. 4 Douglass is survived by a sister and a brother.
Military services were Tuesday at Fort Carson. A memorial service will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Christ Episcopal Church, 162 S. Main St., Oberlin.
The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, Friday, October 30, 1992, p. 6E.

John G. Dovin, 58, owned dairy farm
John G. Dovin, 58, of Oberlin died Tuesday at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland after a short illness.
Born in Elyria, he was a 1959 graduate of Oberlin High School.
He owned and operated a large dairy farm in Pittsfield Township for many years.
Mr. Dovin was a member of the Pittsfield United Church of Christ.
He enjoyed bowling and was a member of several bowling leagues. He also was a member of the Lorain County Dairyman Association and the county and national chapters of the Holstein Breeders Association.
He enjoyed local high school sports and was a fan of the Cleveland Indians.
He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Billie Joe Dovin (nee Cozart); daughter Lisa Gilbert of Oberlin; son John M. Dovin of Oberlin; five grandchildren; and two sisters, Helen Youngeberg of Pennsylvania and Mary Ann Brown of Avon Lake.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Mary Dovin (nee Polchey); and a sister, Rose Helke.
Friends may call 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Norton Funeral Home, 370 S. Main St., Wellington.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Burial will be at the East Pittsfield Cemetery in Pittsfield Township.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lorain County Endowment Fund, 42110 Russia Road, Elyria 44035.
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Wednesday, February 24, 1999, p. C2.

David Morris Drage
David Morris Drage of San Antonio died Saturday, March 13, at the age of 78.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 18, at the Colonial Funeral Home Chapel in Universal City with the Rev. Henry Talbott officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Mausoleum.
Mr. Drage was born June 7, 1914[, and graduated from OHS in 1932]. He was a musician with Local 23, San Antonio. He was retired from civil service, was an Army veteran of the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre during World War II where he was the recipient of two Bronze Stars and a Philippine Liberation Ribbon.
Survivors include his stepdaughters, Carol Willis of Wetmore and Donna Stilling of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; two sisters, Bylle Vilcoq [Frayer, OHS ‘43] of San Antonio and Elaine Beebe [OHS ‘28] of Booneville, Ark.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and his beloved companion Olive Lowe of Chatham, Canada and her family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise, Seguin, Texas, Tuesday, March 16, 1993, p. 3.

Mrs. Euphemia Drage
Graveside services for Mrs. Euphemia Drage, [nee Morris,] 82, of 503 W. Malone St., a native of Oberlin, Ohio, [and a 1905 graduate of OHS,] who died Tuesday, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Roselawn Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Alamo Funeral Home.
Mrs. Drage, a resident of San Antonio for 13 years, is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Eddie Lucas, San Antonio; Mrs. Tom [E. Elaine] Beebe [OHS ‘28], Atlantic City, N.J.; Mrs. Harold E. [Marcia Anne] Fowle [OHS ‘40], Pompano Beach, Fla.; a son, David Drage [OHS ‘32], San Antonio; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Brooks [OHS ‘09], Oberlin, Ohio; Mrs. James [Mary Leona] Orr [OHS ‘20], Hollywood, Calif., and five grandchildren.
San Antonio Express, San Antonio, Texas, Wednesday, July 3, 1968, p. 7-A.


Betty W. Drake
 
     
Betty W. Drake (nee Waller) of Elyria, mother of Deborah A. Webster of Oberlin, died Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005, at the home of her daughter in Elyria. She was 84.
Born Nov. 28, 1920, in Oberlin, she graduated from Oberlin High School [in 1938]. She lived most of her life in Oberlin before moving to Elyria in 1993.
She worked as a telephone operator for GTE in Oberlin from 1967 until retiring in 1982.
She enjoyed reading and playing rummy cube, a card game.
Mrs. Drake is survived by her daughters Deborah A. Webster of Oberlin, Jennifer K. Ratliff of Elyria, and Linda L. Harmeling of Lorain; 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; sisters Patricia Manzo of Elyria, Carol Miller of Allentown, Pa., and Sandra Humphrey of Minnesota; and brother, Thomas Humphrey of Sullivan, Ohio. She was preceded in death by a grandson.
Services were Monday at Dicken Funeral Home in Elyria, the Rev. Allan Patterson, Pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Elyria, officiating. Burial was at East Pittsfield Township Cemetery.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, August 9, 2005, p. 3.

Mrs. Adeline G. Drollinger
Word has been received of the death of Adeline Gehrkens Drollinger, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Karl W. Gehrkens, on Oct. 3, 1981 [sic, 1982] in Toledo. Mrs. Drollinger grew up in Oberlin and graduated from Oberlin High School [in 1934]. She is survived by a daughter, Ardith Murphy, a sister, Virginia Gehrkens, and two grandchildren.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, October 21, 1982 [sic], p. 2.

Elizabeth Anne Dubina
Elizabeth Anne Dubina was blessed into this world on June 4, 1976 and departed life on July 22, 2002. Beth is preceded in death by her brother Evan and her grandfathers. She is survived by father, Victor; mother, Rosemary; sisters, Victoria and Kathryn; and 2 grandmothers. [She graduated from Oberlin High School in 1994.] Beth was a member of the Ohio Air National Guard, a senior at The Ohio State University and a member of the Columbus Fish Market in Grandview. Beth lived and loved the journey of life completely and she invited anyone along for the long strange trip. Beth was at her best when surrounded by the love of her family and friends. She possessed an openness and honesty that comforted everyone fortunate enough to meet her. Beth had an undeniable free spirit that soared high above anything in this life. Beth is what love is and will be forever missed and loved by everyone she has known. Beth's passion for life, music, love, generosity and friendship was the essence of what she was and will always be. Family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday with service at 11 a.m. on Saturday at Weir-Arend Funeral Home, 4221 N. High St., (3 blocks S. of Henderson Rd.), 268-3593. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Family Support Group, 1947 Harrington Memorial Rd., Mansfield, Oh. 44903-0179.
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday, July 24, 2002.

Arthur S. Dudley
Arthur S. Dudley, 67, former Oberlin resident, died Jan. 25 of natural causes in Florence, Ore.
He was born in Oberlin, the son of Dan and Josephine Dudley of Oberlin. He attended Oberlin Schools, [graduating from Oberlin High School in 1943,] Oberlin College, and Ohio State University. He served in the Air Force during World War II.
He then moved to San Diego, Calif., and worked for the state of California as a real estate appraiser until retiring to Eugene, Ore. He enjoyed playing golf.
His brother, Richard Dudley, was killed during World War II.
He is survived by two aunts and seven cousins. The Oberlin relatives are his aunt, Mrs. George Dudley, and cousin, Lillian D. Hobbs. His cousin John Dudley recently moved to Florida.
Memorial services will be held at the East Oberlin Community Church, where he had been a member, on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 3:15 p.m., with the Rev. Lee Stull officiating.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, February 11, 1992, p. 2.

Corinne D. Dudley
Corinne D. Dudley (nee Durand), 99, of Oberlin, died Feb. 3 at the Elms Nursing Home in Wellington.
Born in Oberlin on Dec. 28, 1895, she was a lifelong resident.
Mrs. Dudley graduated from Oberlin High School [in 1914] and attended the Oberlin Conservatory of Music for a year in the class of 1919. She then graduated from the Lakeside School of Nursing in Cleveland in 1921.
She was a member of the nursing staff at Browning House, the Oberlin College infirmary, for a number of years.
She belonged to the First Church in Oberlin and was a member and former president of the Oberlin Women’s Club and a member of the Lakeside Federation of Women’s Clubs.
Mrs. Dudley was a former regent of the local chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Colonists. She also belonged to the Literary and Social Club.
She is survived by a daughter, Lillian D. Hobbs of Oberlin; a son, Durand Stowell Dudley of Findlay; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George S., in 1966.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, at the First Church. Burial will be in Westwood Cemetery.
Memorial gifts may be made to the First Church of Oberlin.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, February 7, 1995, p. 3.

Charles ''Chuck'' Allan Dudley
Charles ''Chuck'' Allan Dudley, 84, died suddenly at his home with his family nearby on Sunday (July 29, 2007). Chuck was born in Oberlin, OH on May 9th 1923, son of Ben and Catherine Campbell Dudley. [He graduated from OHS in 1941.] His love for helping people was surpassed only by his love for his family and his wife of 60 years, Shirley Martin Dudley.
During World War II, First Lieutenant Dudley was a P-47 combat pilot and served his country faithfully and loyally for over two years. He was a member of the famed Zemke's Wolf Pack in the Eighth Air Force, 56th fighter group. His group was assigned bomber escort missions for the Eight Air force against German fighters. Their raids dangerously carried them over the heart of the German mainland. Chuck was a highly decorated combat pilot excelling in air-to-air and air-to-ground combat missions. His medals include the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters and the European-African-Middle Eastern Service Medal. He flew combat sorties over Normandy Beach during D-Day and fought heroically during the Rhineland Campaign. After one dangerous mission over enemy territory, he successfully landed a heavily damaged aircraft and wrote it up as sustaining a ''slight oil leak.'' Chuck would carry that same sense of humor with him throughout his long happy life.
After being honorably discharged from the U.S. Army Air Corp in 1945 he returned to Colby College, in Waterville, ME. In 1947 Chuck graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Much more importantly, he met his beloved future wife, Shirley Martin, at Colby College. They married on July 3, 1947 and spent the next 60 years together - whether flush or thin, good times or bad, they were always together. They called Windsor, home for 48 years. His five children will always call Windsor home, too.
He loved his family and community, and stayed very, very active in many organizations. He was a past president of the Greater Hartford Colby Association Group, the Exchange Club of Windsor, and the Anna Norris Elementary School PTA in East Hartford. He was a member of the Windsor Republican Town Committee and former District Captain, the American Legion in Windsor, and St. Gabriel's Church in Windsor. In addition, he was a Charter Member of the Jr. Chamber of Congress in East Hartford.
While his primary joy in life was family and friends he worked as a cost reduction analyst at Pratt and Whittney in East Hartford for 30 years. He retired in February 1981 and thoroughly enjoyed his ''retirement'' years.
Chuck was an avid golfer and card player. Bridge was his specialty. He enjoyed gardening and fixing things for people. He was a recognized expert in ''putting around'' the house and enjoyed ''sitting on the porch'' for hours wherever he went -- mostly visiting his five children and his many grandchildren.
Dad was an avid supporter of his kids. He coached many of them in Little League football, hockey and baseball. Over the years, he watched almost every one of their games. He leaves five beloved children and their spouses, and seven well-loved grandchildren, James Dudley of South Beach, FL; Laurel and Steve Nichisti of York, PA; Jon and Colleen Dudley of Pasadena, CA; Donna and John Fournier of Windsor, and William and Amy Dudley of Carmel, IN. His seven grandchildren are Michelle and Mark Fournier, Sean Dudley, Joseph and Ben Nichisti, Brittany and Caleb Dudley. Four wonderful nieces in the Ft. Lauderdale, FL area will miss him, Carolyn and Dave Grey, Kathy Moore, Susan Evans and Patty Maciejewski. Also, a nephew, Richard Dudley in Spokane, WA and a niece, Maryanne Ricktor in Ocala, FL.
Family and friends may gather on Thursday, August 2nd at 9 a.m. at the Carmon Windsor Funeral Home, 807 Bloomfield Ave, Windsor; followed by a Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. at St. Gabriel's Church, 379 Broad St., Windsor. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery on the Wethersfield/Hartford line. His family will receive friends TODAY, August 1st from 5-8 p.m. at Carmon Funeral Home, Windsor. In Lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to St. Gabriel's Church, 379 Broad St., Windsor, CT 06095. Please visit us at www.carmonfuneralhome.com for online condolences.
The Hartford Courant, Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, August 1, 2007, p. B5.

Dorothy M. Dudley

Dorothy [Marie] Dudley [nee Mitro] of Ocala, Fla., sister of Elsie McCormick of Oberlin, died Wednesday, May 24, 2006, at Munroe Regional Medical Center. She was 81.
Born in Cleveland, she lived in Oberlin until 1985, when she moved to Ocala. [She was a 1942 graduate of OHS.]
She was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church. She enjoyed reading, cooking, baking, crocheting, and sewing.
Mrs. Dudley is survived by her daughter, Maryann Richter of Ocala, Fla.; son, Richard Dudley of Spokane, Wash.; two grandchildren; and sisters Elsie McCormick of Oberlin, Agnes Mason of East Lansing, Mich., and Laverne Clark of Seven Hills.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimers Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, Ill. 60601-7633.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, June 6, 2006, p. 2.

John E. Dudley
Word has been received of the death [on Sept. 11] of John E. Dudley, 81, former Oberlin resident, who moved to Ocala, Fla., 14 years ago.
Mr. Dudley was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, serving in the Rainbow Division.
He was employed by Thew Shovel Company of Lorain for 43 years.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Dorothy; daughter Maryann Richter of North Las Vegas, Nev.; son, Richard Dudley of Spokane, Wash.; two granddaughters; and brother, Charles Dudley, of Windsor, Conn.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, October 26, 1999, p. 3.

John H. Dudley
John Harwood Dudley, 88, of San Bernadino, Calif., was stricken suddenly and died while visiting San Diego, Calif. on March 9. He was the brother of Ben Dudley, 47287 Rt. 10 W.
Mr. Dudley was born in Oberlin and graduated from Oberlin High School in 1905. He moved to Oregon in 1909 where he worked for the Warren Construction Co.
During World War II, he formed a company which constructed training air fields for the government. He continued in the construction business until his retirement in 1962.
Funeral services and burial were held in Spokane, Wash.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, March 29, 1973, p. 7.

Rev. Joseph H. Dudley
Rev. Joseph H. Dudley, 82, of 356 West Lorain died Sunday evening at Allen Hospital after an illness of several weeks.
Born in Henrietta, he graduated from Oberlin High School [in 1918], received the AB from Oberlin College in 1923 and the BD from the Oberlin Graduate School of Theology in 1926.
He served a number of Congregational churches in the Western Reserve and Firelands area, including Brighton, Chatham, Florence and New London, as well as churches in Honolulu and Connecticut. After retiring in 1966, he moved to Florida where he served for three more years. In 1980 he moved to Oberlin to live with his sister, Marion Dudley.
He was a World War I veteran and a member of First Church.
He is survived by his sister Marion of 356 West Lorain; sister Mrs. Ella May Ice of Columbus; brother Loomer, of Emmett, Idaho; and one granddaughter.
Graveside services were yesterday morning in Rose Hill Burial Park, Akron. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 at First Church meeting room.
Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to First Church.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, November 4, 1982, p. 2.

Mrs. Dan (Josephine) Dudley funeral held here yesterday
Mrs. Dan (Josephine) Dudley, Oberlin resident for most of her life [and a 1913 graduate of OHS], died Monday in Southwest Community Hospital in Berea after a year’s illness. She was 68.
Mrs. Dudley had been living in Berea for the past four months.
Rev. Alan R. W. Campbell conducted the funeral services yesterday afternoon at the East Oberlin Community Church. Burial was in Westwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Dudley was one of the founders of the East Oberlin Community Church.
She was a member of the Literary and Social Club, the Oberlin Woman’s Club, and the Daughters of the American Revolution when there was a chapter in Oberlin. She was born in Detroit, Mich. on Nov. 20, 1894.
Mrs. Dudley is survived by one son, Arthur of Oberlin. Her husband died in 1949 and another son, Richard, was killed in action in World War II.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, April 4, 1963, p. 2B.

Lulu Porter Dudley, 75, Henrietta Native, Dies
Lulu Porter Dudley, 75, native of Henrietta, [1903 graduate of OHS,] and wife of Dr. Harlan Dudley, died yesterday at 2:30 a. m. at Blanchard Valley Hospital in Findlay. She had been seriously ill since last January.
Dr. Dudley had been a well known physician in Wellington for many years. Five years ago they moved to Findlay. Mrs. Dudley was a member of the Wellington Congregational Church. She was the daughter of William C. and Eva Durand Porter.
Besides her husband Mrs. Dudley is survived by one son, Allen, Findlay; two grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Lena Stone, Oberlin.
Friends may call this evening at the Cowling-Stang Funeral Home. Services will be held there tomorrow at 2 p. m., and burial will be in Westwood cemetery.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, October 11, 1956, p. 2.

[Lorna] Marion Dudley
Marion Dudley, 91, of Oberlin, died last Thursday evening at Allen Memorial Hospital, following a short illness.
Born in Henrietta Township, she graduated from Henrietta [Oberlin] High School [in 1913] and attended Oberlin College for two years.
She graduated from William Patterson Teacher’s College in Patterson, N.J., and taught special education classes in Patterson for 35 years.
After retirement in 1967, Miss Dudley returned to Oberlin and for the last 20 years directed the Community Services Center Craft Room program.
She was a member of First Church, Plum Creek Garden Club, the AAUW, the AARP, Study Club, Weavers Guild, and Music Club of Oberlin.
She had traveled all over the world, most recently a trip to China last spring with the Oberlin College group.
She is survived by a sister, Mrs. McGarvey (Ella Mae) Ice of Columbus; a brother, Loomer Dudley of Emmett, Idaho; and many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held Friday, Dec. 18, at 2:30 p.m. at First Church, with Rev. John Elder officiating.
Burial will be in Westwood Cemetery.
Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to First Church or to the Community Craft Room.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, December 10, 1987, p. 7.

Dick Dudley Killed in Action
Lieutenant in Artillery Was on Italian Front; Wife and Parents Live Here
Lt. Richard S. (Dick) Dudley, serving since last August with a heavy artillery battalion, was killed in action on February 9 on the Italian front. A telegram from the War Department brought the news to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dudley, last evening (Wednesday). The message stated only that he was killed in action and gave no other details.
Lt. Dudley, a graduate of Oberlin High School in 1936, was an outstanding athlete both in high school and college. He won his varsity “O” both in football and ___ and in his senior year was elected to membership in the ___ Athletic Scholarship Society, an honorary society whose membership requirements included good scholarship as well as athletic ability.
Lt. Dudley was awarded a scholarship to Syracuse University and received his degree from Syracuse in 194_. Before going into service he was employed at Republic Steel in Cleveland.
Mrs. Dudley is the former Jane ___ of Elyria. She is a dental technician and is employed in Dr. C. W. Carrick’s office. Lt. Dudley’s brother, Arthur, is now in service with the Air Forces at ___ Field, Denver, Colorado.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, March 2, 1944, p. 1.
Lieut. Dudley’s Body Is Being Sent from Italy
En route home from an Italian cemetery is the body of First Lt. Richard S. Dudley, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dudley, R. D. 1, Oberlin, who was killed in action in the Italian campaign Feb. 9, 1944. Interment here will be sometime in September.
Lt. Dudley received the Silver Star posthumously for gallantry in action which caused his death. The citation stated that he was killed by artillery fire after he had left a position of comparative safety to go to the rescue of fellow cannoneers threatened with being trapped beneath a burning gun net after a direct hit on their gun post.
A member of the field artillery, he was overseas six months and in the front lines three months before his death. He entered the Army in November, 1941.
Before entering the service, he had been an outstanding football player at Syracuse University. After his graduation he was associated with the Republic Steel Corporation of Cleveland.
He graduated from Oberlin High School in 1936.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, August 26, 1948, p. 1.

William "Cal" Dudukovich, II
William “Cal” Dudukovich, II, 30, of Elyria, and formerly of Lorain and Oberlin, passed away, surrounded by his family, at the Cleveland Clinic, Saturday, June 25, 2011, following a brief illness. He was born December 20, 1980, in Lorain, and had been a resident of Elyria for the past three years.
Cal was a graduate of Oberlin High School as a member of the Class of 1999. He served in the United States Marine Corps at Parris Island, South Carolina, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and Hawaii.
He attended both the Art Institute of Florida in Fort Lauderdale and Lorain County Community College. Regarded as kind and loving by all who knew him, Cal enjoyed art, animals, and music.
He is survived by his guardian, Kathy Swenski; sister, Lisa Dudukovich; and his father, William Dudukovich. He leaves maternal family members, Millie (Joe) Toth, Cindy (Tom) Zimmer, Jennifer (Nate) Hite, Denise, and Tana Zimmer, Joey (Tracy) Toth, and Debby  (Russ) Brown; as well as paternal family members, Robert and Barb Dudukovich, Hank and Judi Dudukovich, Lori and Amanda Swenski, Marcie, Matt, and Brian Chonko, Casey (Lisa) Swenski, and Erica, and Taylor Swenski, along with Lisa Swenski-Simonoff (Zack), and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins..
He was preceded in death by his mother, Michele (nee Vignovich) Dudukovich; maternal grandparents, Mike “Cal” and Jean Vignovich; paternal grandparents, Nikola and Anna Dudukovich; special uncle and aunt, Charles and Helen Swenski; his cousin, Michael Swenski; and other aunts and uncles.
Friends may call Thursday, June 30, 2011, from 2 P.M., until time of funeral services at 6 P.M., in the Gluvna-Shimo-Hromada Funeral Chapel, 3224 Broadway Avenue, Lorain.  Cantor David B. Wolinsky will officiate. Cremation will follow. Burial of the cremated remains will take place later at Calvary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the family to assist in defraying the cost of funeral expenses.

To share your online condolences please visit www.gluvna.net.
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Wednesday, June 29, 2011.

Alice J. Dugan

Alice J. Dugan [nee Ward], 86, Port Charlotte, died Oct. 24, 1996.
She was born Nov. 21, 1909, in Camden Township, Ohio, and came to Port Charlotte 25 years ago from Oberlin, Ohio, where she [graduated from OHS in 1927 and] was a librarian at the Music Education Department at Oberlin College. She was a member of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church and the National Council of Catholic Women.
Survivors include a daughter, Mary A. Rouslin of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; two sons, Daniel J. of Port Charlotte and Thomas P. of St. Peters, Mo.; four grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
A memorial Mass was Monday at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Kays-Ponger/Royal Palm Funeral Home, Port Charlotte Chapel, is in charge.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Sarasota, Florida, Thursday, October 31, 1996, p. 4B.

Betty Jane Dulmage
Betty Jane Dulmage, age 90, passed away Friday, May 31, 2013. Born in Oberlin, OH August 13, 1922 to the late Charles and Clara Herrick, Betty graduated from Oberlin High School [in 1940] and attended Bowling Green State University.
She was a devoted wife and proud and loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and homemaker. She was a longtime member of Brookwood Presbyterian Church.
Preceded in death by brothers Roger [OHS ‘37] (Betty) and Robert Herrick [OHS ‘42]. Survived by husband of 62 years, James G. "Jim" Dulmage [OHS '47]; sons, David (Susan) Dulmage, and John (Karen) Dulmage; grandchildren, Erin (Robert) Ellis, Nicole (John) Nightingale, Tiffany (William) Smith, Andrew (Brittany) Dulmage, and SFC David Alexander Dulmage; sister-in-law, Jeanne Herrick; nephew, James Herrick; great-grandchildren, Ethan Ellis, Jason, Evan, and Molly Nightingale.
Friends may call Monday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. Evans Funeral Home, 4171 E. Livingston Ave. Funeral service Tuesday 2 p.m. Brookwood Presbyterian Church, 2685 E. Livingston Ave. Pastor John Birkner officiating. Interment Glen Rest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Brookwood Presbyterian Church. www.evansfuneralhome.net.
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, June 3, 2013, p. 8B.

Dwight Jennings Dulmage
Amherst, Sept. 30.—Word was received last evening by Howard Dulmage, South Amherst, of the tragic automobile accident which took place at Pecos, Texas and killed his brother, Dwight Dulmage, South Amherst. The deceased, [a 1916 graduate of OHS,]  was 29 years of age and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marie Dulmage, two children, Dwight 7, Mary Louise 4, his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dulmage, and one brother Howard, an aged grandmother Mrs. Mary Durand all of South Amherst, two brothers Julius and James and one sister Mrs. Wm. H. Hogue, Oberlin. Mr. Dulmage was in the advertising business and was enroute to his post of duty at Miami, Florida.
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Friday, September 30, 1927, p. 29.

Former Oberlin Boy Passed Away Sunday
Harlan Dulmage Died in Greens Farms, Conn., After Sickness of Two Years
Harlan Dulmage, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dulmage passed away at Greens Farms, Conn., last Sunday after a sickness of two years. He would have been 38 years of age next December.
Harlan was born on a farm north of Oberlin and attended Oberlin schools, [graduating from OHS in 1905]. Later he entered the college and was graduated with the class of 1910. He took an active part in debate and oratory.
He married Miss Eleanor Taylor, a classmate, who died a few years later, leaving him a small son. Some time later he was united in marriage with Miss Margaret Taylor, a sister of his wife, who was graduated from Oberlin in ’07 and who had been teaching in Greens Farms. A son by his second wife and his first son survive him.
Besides his parents here he leaves four brothers and a sister, Howard Dulmage of Amherst, Dwight of Toledo, Mrs. Ruth Hogue, Julius and James of this place.
His father left for Connecticut to attend the funeral
The Oberlin Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Friday, September 26, 1924, p. 1.

Howard E. Dulmage, 53, Dies Suddenly; Funeral Tomorrow
Superintendent of South Amherst Quarries was Active in Oberlin and Amherst Clubs
Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Friday) at 2:00 p. m. at the First Congregational Church in South Amherst for Howard E. Dulmage, 53, who died Sunday at 3:10 a. m. at his home at 67 South Professor street. Death was caused by a heart attack.
Superintendent of the Cleveland Quarries at South Amherst for the past 20 years, Mr. Dulmage was born in Russia township[, was a 1910 graduate of OHS,] and had lived in Lorain county all his life. He was a member of the South Amherst Congregational Church, Amherst Noonday Club, Amherst Rotary Club, Amherst Business Men’s Association, Stonington Lodge of Masons and the Oberlin Chamber of Commerce.
The Dulmage family maintains homes in both Oberlin and South Amherst.
Mr. Dulmage is survived by his wife, Grace E.; three daughters, Ruth Eleanor, a teacher in Elyria High School now in Denver, Colorado, on leave of absence because of illness; Sarah Jane and Mary Alice, at home; two brothers, Julius B. of Berea and James R. of Columbia, Georgia; and a sister, Mrs. W. H. Hogue of Westfield, Pennsylvania.
The body will be brought to the Dulmage home in Oberlin today (Thursday) if road conditions permit. After the services in South Amherst Friday burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery there.
[Portrait photograph: Howard E. Dulmage]
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, January 4, 1945, p. 1.

Julius B. Dulmage
Julius B. Dulmage, 75, of 1041 Foster Ave., formerly of South Amherst, died in Elyria Memorial Hospital yesterday, two hours after he was stricken in his home. He was one of the founders of the South Amherst Athletic Boosters Club.
He was employed as an inspector in the pipe mills of the Lorain-Cuyahoga Works, U.S. Steel Corp. before retiring in 1966.
Born in Oberlin, April 3, 1902, Mr. Dulmage [graduated from OHS in 1920 and] made his home in South Amherst before moving to Elyria six years ago. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, where he had served as financial secretary for many years. He was a member of Oberlin Masonic Lodge No. 380.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth G., to whom he was married 40 years; three sons, Howard, Wellington, Dennis, Twinsburg, and Gene, South Amherst; four grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Ruth Hogue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Five brothers preceded him in death.
Friends will be received in the Garland Funeral Home, Amherst, tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Services will be Thursday at 1 p.m. in the funeral home with the Rev. James Han, First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, South Amherst.
The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Tuesday, April 12, 1977, p. 18.

William G. Duncan
William G. Duncan, 49, former Oberlin resident, died Jan. 14 at his home in Flagstaff, Ariz. He had cancer.
Born in Piqua, Ohio, he came to Oberlin in 1958 when his father was appointed superintendent of schools. He graduated from Oberlin High School in 1963 [1964] and attended The Ohio State University until enlisting in the Army during his senior year.
He was a medic in the Army Special Forces, serving a year in Vietnam. He was one of the highest decorated veterans from northern Arizona, receiving two Silver Stars and a Purple Heart.
Mr. Duncan moved to Flagstaff in 1971 to attend Northern Arizona University, where he earned a bachelor of science and education degree.
He worked for the Coconino County Highway Department as a heavy equipment operator for the past 15 years. At one time, he received a Good Samaritan Award from Coconino County officials for saving someone’s life.
He loved the rivers and canyon-lands of the Southwest and devoted much of his time to preserve and protect them.
Survivors include his wife of five months, Robyn Sue (nee Slayton); his parents, Robert and Margaret Duncan of Mesa, Ariz.; a sister, Mary Ann Crawford of Greenville, Ohio; a brother, John Duncan of Tempe, Ariz.; and a stepdaughter, Katy Gant of Flagstaff.
Memorial services were held in Kendrick Park, Ariz.
Memorial gifts may be made to the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, 1471 S. 100 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84105 or to the Northland Hospice, Box 997, Flagstaff, Ariz. 86002
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, February 6, 1996, p. 2.

Robert L. Dunlap
Robert L. Dunlap, 22, of Elyria, died at University Hospital, Charlottesville, Va., last Sunday of injuries received in a motorcycle accident a week ago.
Born in Oberlin on Dec. 5, 1953, [and a 1972 graduate of Oberlin High School,] Mr. Dunlap had lived in Elyria and was employed at Dunlap’s Garage, R. 10 East, which is owned by his father, Galen L. Dunlap of Butternut Ridge Rd.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother, Galen L. Jr. of Wellington; four sisters, Patricia Ann, at home, Mrs. Judy Weile, Kipton, Linda (Mrs. Steve) Lewis of Oberlin, and Mrs. Yolanda Webster, Elyria; and a grandmother, Mrs. Gladys Knapp, of Wellington.
[He was laid to rest on July 14 in the Lagrange Cemetery. Curtis Scheuffler Funereal Home, Elyria, handled the services.]
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, July 15, 1976, p. 12 [as corrected by his sister, Linda Mitchell, June 2002].

Maude Lorena (Mason) Dunn
Dr. Maude L. Dunn, who had undergone a serious operation in the hospital, died September 2, 1914, aged 44 years and 3 months. [She was an 1887 graduate of OHS.]
The Oberlin Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Friday, September 11, 1914, p. 3.

Helen Arlene Dupler
Helen Arlene Dupler, 82, of Oberlin, died March 22 at EMH Regional Medical Center after a short illness.
Born in Kansas City, Mo., she had lived in Oberlin since childhood [and was a 1933 graduate of OHS].
Mrs. Dupler was a cook at Eastwood School from 1958 until retiring in 1975.
She worked in polling booths for the Board of Elections for 10 years and belonged to the Spring Street Club.
An active member of the First United Methodist Church, she coordinated meals for wedding and funeral receptions and prepared food for the Methodist Resale each September. She also delivered Meals-on-Wheels for 20 years.
She is survived by her husband, Richard S. Sr.; sons, Richard of North Ridgeville and Robert of Geneva, Ga.; daughters, Carmina LaPointe of Westlake and Sharon Maeem of Elyria; 18 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters, Marcia Williams and Floris Brouse, both of Wellington; and brother, Wilber Williams of Wellington.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Karla Kovacsik Kinney; and a brother, Karl L. Williams.
A memorial service was held Monday afternoon at the First United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Judith W. Claycomb officiating.
Memorial gifts may be made to the First United Methodist Church.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, March 28, 1995, p. 2.

Eletha B. Durand
Eletha Beckwith Durand, 91, of Berea, former Oberlin resident, died June 19 at Southwest General Hospital, Middleburg Heights.
She was born in Oberlin and attended the Oberlin College preparatory department 1907-10 [and graduated from Oberlin High School in 1916]. For many years the Durand family home was at 158 W. Lorain St.
While in Oberlin she was a member of First Church and of the Nineteenth Century Club.
Her husband, William B. Durand, died in 1975.
She is survived by two daughters, Joan D. Whitney and Nancy D. Collister, both of Berea; a sister, Maxine B. Davey of Kent; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
A private interment was held at Westwood Cemetery on Wednesday.
Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, June 23, 1988, p. 2.

Walter Yale Durand
Walter Yale Durand died in Washington, D.C., on May 25, 1926, after a two weeks illness. After graduation [from OHS in 1891 and from Oberlin College in 1896,] he taught Latin in the Oberlin Academy for a year, then went to Harvard, where he received his Master’s degree. After teaching for a number of years, he entered the government service in Washington, where he worked until his death. He leaves his wife, and three children.
The Oberlin Alumni Magazine, July 1926, p. 28.

William Breckenridge Durand
Graveside funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Westwood Cemetery for William Breckenridge Durand, 77, who died Aug. 2 in Berea.
He was born in Oberlin on May 7, 1898, the son of Burt O. Durand and Lillian Burgess Durand. Following graduation from Oberlin High School in 1918, Mr. Durand attended Oberlin College, studied architecture and became a practicing architect in Cleveland, continuing in that career for many years. In 1922, he married Eltha Beckwith, also of Oberlin.
He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Joan Whitney and Nancy Collister; and by his sister, Corrine Dudley, 140 Elm.
Rev. Joseph Elder of First Church officiated at the funeral service.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, August 7, 1975, p. 6.

Dies In Columbus [James Garfield Durfee]
Jim Durfee, a former Oberlin resident, died suddenly in Columbus Friday from a heart attack. Mr. Durfee, who was active in baseball and football both in high school and at Williams College and later as an umpire and referee, graduated from the Oberlin High School in 1897. He took special work in Oberlin Academy in 1898 and graduated from Williams College in 1903.
In addition to his widow he leaves one son and one daughter and three brothers, Edward of Williamstown, Mass., and William and Henry of Columbus.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, February 27, 1940, p. 1.

Elizabeth `Betty' Carson Dye of Arlington Heights

Memorial services for Elizabeth “Betty” Carson Dye, 75, a resident of Arlington Heights since 1960, will be held at 11 a.m. today, at St. John's Episcopal Church, 200 N. Main St., Mount Prospect.
Born Oct. 24, 1923, in Grand Rapids, Minn., she died Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1999, at her home. Interment will be private.
Mrs. Dye graduated from [OHS in 1941 and from] Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, in 1945 with a bachelor's degree in education. She went on to work as a Kindergarten teacher in Elyria, Ohio and later in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Mrs. Dye was a very active member of St. John's Episcopal Church in Mount Prospect. Throughout the years she served with many different ministries and boards, including the Episcopal Women's Diocesan Board and the Episcopal Church Women, of which she was a former president. Most recently she had been a member of the Rector's Search Committee. In addition she was a former member of the Westgate Elementary School PTA of Arlington Heights and the Wheeling Township Republican Organization, a former Girl Scout leader, and, more recently, a part of an inter-faith Bible study and a book review club.
Surviving are her daughter, Kristin E. (Michael) Davenport of Arlington Heights; sister, Helen Baraga of Chisholm, Minn.; brother, William (Bernice) Carson of Grand Rapids, Minn.; brother-in-law, Louis Vidmar of Chisholm; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard C. Dye, in 1989; and sister, Shirley Vidmar.
There will be no visitation.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John's Episcopal Church or a charity of donor's choice, would be appreciated.
Arrangements were made by Ahlgrim & Sons Funeral Home, Palatine. For information, (847) 358-7411.
Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Illinois, Saturday, August 28, 1999, p. 10.

Elsie Roberta Dyer
Elsie Roberta Dyer, 82, of Cleveland, former Oberlin resident, died April 5 at Huron Road Hospital, Cleveland, after a long illness.
Born in Oberlin, she lived here until moving to Cleveland in 1938.
She was a postal clerk at the Cleveland Main Post Office, retiring in 1978. She had also worked as a beautician.
Miss Dyer was a member of Warner United Methodist Church in Cleveland.
Survivors include two nephews, Paul O. Murphy of Cleveland and Ray E. Murphy, of Oberlin, and many great-nieces and nephews.
Services were Monday morning at Westwood Cemetery with the Rev. James Roberson officiating
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Tuesday, April 12, 1994, p. 2.

Anna E. Dyke
Anna E. Dyke (nee Martin), 93, of Oberlin, died Oct. 16 at Welcome Nursing Home after a long illness.
Born in Toledo, she lived in Oberlin most of her life.
She was a graduate of the Oberlin School of Commerce and Notre Dame College, Cleveland. She also attended Oberlin College and John Carroll University.
Mrs. Dyke is survived by her husband, Raymond A., to whom she was married 46 years; and a niece, Priscilla King of Alexandria, Va.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Justin Martin; and a sister, Gladys Walldecker.
Graveside services were held last Friday at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Elyria. The Rev. Daniel Dutkofski, associate pastor of St. Mary’s Church, Elyria, officiated.
Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio, Thursday, October 27, 1988, p. 2. 

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