Another Reason To Stop Smoking

SECTION C s The Week Beginning August 18, 2010 s The Springfield Paper Another Reason To Stop Smoking Pat Frock - Personal Trainer A few of my per...
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SECTION C s The Week Beginning August 18, 2010 s The Springfield Paper

Another Reason To Stop Smoking

Pat Frock - Personal Trainer

A few of my personal training clients still smoke. I hope that it becomes such an obstacle to their fitness goals that they give it up naturally but if that doesn’t happen, I have come across a study that may strike a chord with them. Although only related to fitness indirectly I thought

it important enough to talk about it. Smoking epidemic had taken the lives of 100 million people during the 20th century. Nowadays, smoking is the cause of death of 5.4 million people each year. This number may increase up to 8 million by 2030. In the 21st century, smoking may kill almost 1 billion people. Italian scientists with their latest discovery could inspire a lot of women to give up their habit of smoking. According to the results of a research, months. women who stop smok This is the conclusion ing cigarettes start looking to which the dietologist 13 years younger in just 9 Lydia Levandovsky and

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the dermatologist Adele Sparavigna had come after carrying out 2 major studies. At the beginning,

scientists analyzed and appreciated the skin condition of 200 non-smoking women. Relying on objective parameters of skin (elasticity, firmness, micro-relief), they elaborated the scheme of determining the age of the skin on the face. In the second research, 64 smoking women had to give up their smoking habits. During 9 months they have been closely monitorized and were taken medical analyses. The results were stunning: the skin of

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Q. Last week you answered a question about fall styles for a student. My son is a college student and he wanted me to write in and ask you what’s hot this year for men’s hair? A. That’s a fun question because I get asked far less about men and men’s styles. According to Fashion Trend’s Website young college age men are opting for fringe (or bangs) this season. All the runway shows have young men in a more masculine version of the ladies long front fringe (or long front bang). This look features a shorter back and side cut with front fringe. The length of these bangs varies so it’s an easy style to customize to a specific face shape. Most of the time the bangs

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Parents Must Make Time For Their Rebellious Teens FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

Dr. James Dobson QUESTION:Teenage rebellion has hit our home at last. My 15-year-old son’s rotten attitude just went from bad to worse! How do I get him through the “rapids” of adolescence without rocking the boat any more than absolutely necessary? DR. DOBSON: First of all, you need to recognize that the trial you’re facing is “common to man.” Adolescent revolt

is hormonally driven and occurs in the best of families. When hostility and rebellion begin to appear, how do you keep your boys (and girls) from blowing up and doing something stupid? I’ve addressed that subject in the past, but let me offer a recent finding that I haven’t shared before. The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health surveyed 11,572 teenagers to determine which factors were most helpful in preventing harmful behavior, such as violence, suicide, substance abuse, early sexual behavior and teen pregnancy. Here’s what the researchers found: The presence of parents is beneficial at four key times of the day –– early morning, after school, dinnertime and bedtime. When that regular contact is combined with other shared activities be-

tween parents and kids, the most positive outcome is achieved. The researchers also observed that adolescents who felt a sense of connection with their parents (feelings of warmth, love and caring) were least likely to engage in harmful behavior. Some of my readers might be asking, “How can I be with my teenagers morning, noon and night? I have altogether too much work to do.” Well, you simply have to decide what is most important to you at this time. It won’t matter as much a few years down the road, but your availability right now could make the difference for your child between surviving or plunging off the cliff. QUESTION: I have great fear that my baby will die when I put her in her crib. What is known now about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)? Have re-

searchers figured out what causes these tragic cases where seemingly healthy babies die while sleeping? DR. DOBSON: Sudden infant death syndrome is still a major concern, killing about 2,500 babies each year in the United States alone. We do know more, however, about the circumstances that are often associated with this terrible event. A study was conducted by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission with the collaboration of researchers at the University of Maryland and the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo. The results were presented at a meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research in 1996. The epidemiologist who directed the investigation, Dr. N.J. Scheers, said, “We have not found a cause of SIDS, but our results

show that specific items of bedding used in the U.S., such as comforters and pillows, were associated with an increased risk for death to prone-sleeping infants whose faces became covered, compared to infants on their sides or backs without soft bedding under them.” It was concluded that babies placed on their stomachs in soft bedding are more likely to re-breathe their own carbon dioxide that is trapped in the blankets and pillows around them. In about 30 percent of the 206 SIDS deaths in the research project, babies were found with bedding pressed against their noses and mouths. Most of them were under four months old and could not extricate themselves. The advice now being offered by doctors is that parents place their infants on their backs, not on their

stomachs, and that a minimum amount of loose bedding be kept in the crib. Experts also recommend that pregnant women avoid smoking for a host of reasons; one of them being that prenatal smoking is a major risk factor for SIDS. In addition, secondhand smoke may also put infants at risk for SIDS. For a number of reasons aside from the danger of SIDS, children should not be exposed to smoke. Following this advice won’t eliminate all cases of SIDS, but it could save thousands of lives every year.

Dr. Dobson is founder and chairman of the board of the nonprofit organization Focus on the Family, P.O. Box 444, Colorado Springs, CO. 80903; or www.family.org. Questions and answers are excerpted from "The Complete Marriage and Family Home Reference Guide" and "Bringing Up Boys," both published by Tyndale House.

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groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.” “A burdensome or excessive demand, a strain.” The only power an elect- than the average family ed official has is his abil- spends on food, clothing ity to spend money, our and housing. money. According to a study The one thing the gov- conducted in 1996 by the ernment does well is col- Family Research Counlect taxes. The problem cil, since 1948 for a famiis they spend more than ly of four with an average income, Federal tax rates they collect. are up 1,250%.1 The government now Over the past 10 spends a majority of its time trying to raise rev- years, state and local enue through taxes in government taxes have order to continue their in- increased faster than national incomes. Overall, creased spending. we are now being taxed Forty percent of your at a higher rate than when income now goes to some we threw tea into the harform of tax, which is more bor, with no end of in-

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Another One Of Those Laws You Can Use Electronic Information Changes The Face Of Litigation Q: We see the word “e-discovery” in court cases. What is that, anyway? A: The term literally means “electronic discovery.” In our legal system, “discovery” is the process before a trial where each side gets to obtain information about the other’s case. The theory behind it is that the system works best and most efficiently if parties have and can evaluate critical information before a case is tried. “Ediscovery” simply refers to that discovery process as it relates to electronic information. Q: What kind of electronic information are we talking about? A: In all discovery, the parties are entitled to obtain information that might become evidence to be used at trial. In other words, the parties can obtain information that might reasonably have something to do with the case. The most obvious kind of electronic information that might be shared during discovery is an e-mail or a text message including a party’s statement that is important to the case. We see examples of this in the news almost every day, including the much-publicized incriminating text message involving Tiger Woods. “Discoverable” electronic information might also include word processing documents, information about when phone calls were made, or data about a business – literally anything that is kept in electronic form. Q: Why is e-discovery important? A: First, the availability of electronic information changes the nature of litigation. Frankly, people do not always think before they send an e-mail, for example. They say things in e-mails they would not say face to face, or in a formal letter or memo. As a result, more often in litigation now than in the past, it is possible to discover what somebody was really thinking, because this information was put into a text message or email. Second, e-discovery has, in many cases, greatly increased the expense of litigation. In a discriminatory firing case, for example, a plaintiff may ask the former employer to provide extensive e-mail and other electronic information for the plaintiff’s review. To thoroughly extract this information from every place it might exist in a large company can be much more expensive than “old fashioned” paper discovery. This additional expense can affect the parties’ decision about whether to aggressively pursue a case to trial or settle the case out of court.

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Tuesday, August the 10th, 2010 for the local Springfield-Clark County, Ohio area saw warm and muggy conditions with a high temperature of 92 degrees along with a heat index of 106 degrees and scattered thunderstorms. After a brief break on Wednesday, the hot and humid conditions, with scattered thunderstorms, returned for the last part of the week and extended into the middle weekend of the month. A break from the heat and humidity along with the precipitation came for the first part of the next week. The National Weather Service extended forecast maps for the local Springfield-Clark County, Ohio area is predicting a continuation of above normal temperatures along with a drying to near normal precipitation. The week should begin on Wednesday with the passage of a cool front with scattered rain and thundershowers. A high pressure area should follow on Thursday and Friday bringing in fair skies, dry conditions, and seasonably warm temperatures with highs in the middle to the upper 80s and lows in the middle to the upper 60s. The high should then move to the east for the weekend allowing for warming temperatures to highs around 90 degrees and lows around 70 degrees along with continued fair skies and dry conditions. The next chance of rain should come on Monday with the passage of frontal system. Fair skies, dry conditions, and warm temperatures should then prevail for the next Tuesday and Wednesday. My weather records for the period of August the 18th through the 25th, 1969 through 2009 show a high temperature of a hot 100 degrees recorded August the 20th, 1983. The lowest temperature was a cool 49 degrees recorded August the 25th, 1997. The average high is 83 degrees with an average low of 62 degrees for an average of 72.5 degrees. The greatest rain total was 2.35 inches recorded just last year on August the 19th, 2009.

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On The Record Page C6 s The Springfield Paper s August 18, 2010 Cleo P. Dodds Cleo P. Dodds, 86, of Springfield peacefully passed away Monday August 9, 2010 in Jacksonville, Florida. She was born February 24, 1924 in Springfield the daughter of Irvin T. and Irene (Cozad) Powell, was a 1942 graduate of Enon High School and worked in banking for many years. She is survived by one daughter Sandra E. Whitacre of Jacksonville, Florida; two sons and a daughter-in-law Craig W. and Dixie Dodds of Jacksonville, and Byron I. Dodds of Springfield; one sister Martha P. Welbourne of Springfield; five grandchildren Brett (Heather) Whitacre, Jodi (Sean) Williamson, Matt (Jen) Dodds, Rachel Dodds and Jarrod Dodds; four great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Byron M. Dodds and a sister Janet Stanaway. Friends may call Wednesday from 10-11 AM. in the RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11:00 AM. in the Memorial Home with Rev. Dwight McCormick officiating. Burial will be in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made in Cleo’s name to the American Diabetes Association or to the donor’s favorite charity. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

Nora Lee West Nora Lee West, 87, of Springfield, Ohio went to be with the Lord August 14, 2010. Born in Manco, Kentucky August 8, 1923, then spent most of her life in Tennessee, Nora was the daughter of Sadie (McGlothin) Gough and Harvey Gough. She was a homemaker for most of her life and a faithful member of Northside Baptist Church. She is survived by her daughter and son in law Ruth (West) McCabe and Edward McCabe, who devoted their time, love and care to her over the last several years; son and daughter in law Gary and Brenda West of Tennessee; brother Richard Gough and sister Betty Jo Patterson, both of Tenn; Grandchildren: Cathy (McCabe) and Aaron Massie, Lori (McCabe) and Walt Dansingburg, Debra, Rebecca, Tina, John, Jerel and Tammy, Adam, Dustin and Jenny West; Vicki (West) Jones and Todd Boone; Great Grandchildren: Cara Pituch, Kali and Brad Dansingburg, Chad Arnold, Tasha and Brittany Jones, Scott West, Hayden Boone all of Springfield and Samantha West of Tennessee. Nora was preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband Jessie West, daughter; Rosaleta (West) Boone, son; Jessie “Sonny” West Jr., and several brothers and sisters. A special thanks to Vitas Hospice, Dr. Dudney and staff. Dottie McIlroy, friend and caregiver for many years. Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 17, 2010 from 5-7 pm. in the RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME, 838 East High Street. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 1:30 pm in the Memorial Home with Pastor William Salyers officiating. Burial will follow in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

Leah “Vivian” Estep Leah “Vivian” Estep, 91, of Springfield went to be with the Lord in her home on Wednesday, August 11, 2010 following one year of failing health. She was born on January 16, 1919 in Van Lear, Kentucky, the daughter of Willie G. and Lou Bertha (Kissinger) Van Hoose. Vivian had worked as a private duty home nurse for many years and was a member of Beatty Free Will Baptist Church. She is survived by two sons, Lowell G. Estep of Yucca Valley CA. and Gary R. Estep of Springfield; one brother, Harold Van Hoose of Tampa FL.; one sister, Elizabeth Estepp of Springfield; five grandchildren, Denise Adkins, Jeffery, Bryon, Tony and Megan Estep; eight great-grandchildren, Matthew Smith, Zachary Adkins, Brittany, Kristen, Brandon, Nathasha, Chase and Isla Estep; four greatgreat grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Estep is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Wilbur H. Estep; two brothers, Marion and Jimmy Van Hoose; and sister, Billie Brown. Friends may call Saturday from 10-11 AM. in the RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 AM. in the Memorial Home with Rev. Steve Wallace officiating. The

family would like to send special thanks to Delores, Doris, Ernestine, Mary, Molly and Donna for all their care and kindness during Vivian’s final months. Interment will be in Rose Hill Burial Park. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www. richardsraffanddunbar.com.

LUCY E. MALLETT LUCY E. MALLETT, Age 87, passed away on August 10, 2010 at her home at 334 Sycamore Valley Miamisburg, Ohio 45342. Lucy was born on May 16, 1923 in Monroe County, Ohio (near Woodsfield, Ohio) and was the daughter of Edward and Clara (Paulus) Starr. On March 7, 1948, Lucy married her husband, Franklin, and they moved from Monroe County first to Columbus, Ohio and thence to the Dayton, Ohio area where she spent the last 60 years of her life. Lucy was a devoted Christian all her life and until her declining health precluded her participation, she was very active in several United Methodist Churches, including Medway United Methodist and New Carlisle United Methodist Church. At the time of her death she was a member of the St. James United Methodist Church in Miamisburg. She will be remembered for her many services to the church and her God including Sunday School teacher, Trustee of the church, Membership Secretary, President of the United Methodist Women and many other commissions and committees. Neither did she neglect her civic duties and served in many ways including election board representative, school system volunteer, and Girl Scout troop leader. Lucy was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother as well as a friend to all who knew her. She will be sadly missed. She is survived by her husband Franklin of 62 years as well as 3 daughters and 2 sons. They are Bonnie (Joseph) Melhart of Fort Worth, Texas, Bruce (Becky) Mallett of Atlanta, Georgia, Brian (Elaine) Mallett of Belle Meade, New Jersey, Beth (Floyd) Baker of Burke, Virginia, and Belinda Mallett of Springboro, Ohio. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren: Kelly Richey, Susan Hudson, Jennifer Bird, Hollie Hendershot, Lauren Melhart, Benjamin Mallett, Gregory Mallett, Douglas Mallett, Megan Baker, Ivan Mallett, Floyd Baker IV, Joshua Baker, Elena Mallett. Seven great-grandchildren also survive: Elizabeth Richey, Ethan Richey, Alexis Bird, Michael Bird, Andrew Hendershot, Ashley Hendershot, London Hudson. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by 4 brothers: Vernon, Roy, Ralph, and Clarence; and 3 sisters: Mary Opal Starr, Edith Dixon, and Helen Starr. Visitation will be from 4-8 PM Friday, August 13, 2010 in the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funeral service will be 10 AM Saturday, August 14 in the funeral home with Rev. Deb Holder officiating, Lucy’s pastor. Burial will be in the Medway Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the St. James United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 401 Carlwood Dr., Miamisburg, Ohio 45342. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.trostelchapman.com.

Wendell E. Orr Wendell E. Orr, 71 passed away August 9, 2010 at St. John’s Rehabilitation Center, Springfield. He was born March 29, 1939 in Springfield, Ohio to Taylor and Dora (Benson) Orr. He served his country in the United States Marine Corp and retired after 30 years of service from General Motors. Wendell married Tanta (Crowley) Orr, a wonderful and devoted wife with whom he celebrated 50 years of marriage August 5, 2010. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Tanta (Crowley) Orr; three sons of Springfield; Christopher E. Orr, Shane L. (Tiffany) Orr, Kevin McWhorter; four daughters of Springfield, Tammy Y. Orr, Tarsha D. Fain, Shawn (Nehemiah Story) Orr and Karla Williams of Savannah, GA; one sister, Joan Ragland of Springfield; 25 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews and special friends Connie Hill and Vardor McKindea. Mr. Orr was preceded in death by his parents; Taylor and Dora (Benson) Orr and siblings, Taylor Orr, Jr., Dorothy M. Orr, Marion M. (Orr) Bullock;Vera V. (Orr) McKindra, Constance L. (Orr) Hill, and Ervin P. Orr. Visitation will be Friday, August 13, 2010 at 11 a.m.at Trydestone Missionary Baptist Church. Funeral Service will follow in the church at 1 p.m. . Arrangements by Robert C. Henry

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Alberta M. Cassidy Alberta M. Cassidy, 70, of Springfield, passed away on Sunday, August 8, 2010 in the Eaglewood Care Center. She was born on May, 18, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Albert and Helen Smith. She served for many years as a dedicated office manager at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base. In 1982, she was preceded in death by her husband of over twenty-five years, Edward Cassidy. Alberta was involved with the Collie Club of America for forty-one years and bred several “Best in Show” Collies. During her time at WPAFB she worked with the production of the Stealth Bomber and had the honor of flying to California to witness the first flight of the Stealth Bomber. Alberta is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Laura and Rob Turner of Springfield, one son, Scott Cassidy of Vandalia, six grandchildren: Jennifer Cassidy, Janice Simpson, Jessica Simpson, Sarah Cassidy, Kirsten Simpson, and Emma Cassidy; four great grandchildren: Brooklyn Goodall, Braiden Bowshier, Kahlen Simpson, and Madison Wianas. A gathering of family and friends will be held on Friday, August 13, 2010 from 4-6 p.m. in the LITTLETON & RUE FUNERAL HOME where a celebration of her life will be held on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Royal Oak Memorial Gardens in Brookville. You may express condolences at www.littletonandrue.com

DON J. HENKALINE DON J. HENKALINE, 81, formerly of New Carlisle, Ohio passed away Friday August 6, 2010 in Sun City Center, Florida. He was born April 13, 1929 in Dayton, Ohio the son of the late Stanley & Fern (Hittle) Henkaline. He retired from Cooper Industry and was a U.S. Navy Reserve veteran. He is survived by his wife, Alice; son, Richard & Sandra Henkaline; step children, Jeff & Shirley Hunt, Gina & Larry Bobo, Lori & Donnie Rapol; 2 grandchildren, Kristin & Adam Henkaline; 4 step grandchildren, Hope & Josh Cline, Josh Hunt, Tyler Bobo and Cody Rapol; sister, Barbara & Claude Hoops; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a brother, Robert Henkaline; a sister, Janet Vickers. Visitation will be 11- 12 Friday August 13, 2010 in the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio with funeral services at 12 noon in the funeral home. Burial will be in Miami Valley Memory Gardens. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.trostelchapman.com

Howard Michael “Mike” Bailey Howard Michael “Mike” Bailey, age 66 of South Charleston, Ohio formerly of Cedarville, Ohio passed away Sunday August 8,2010 in the Springfield Regional Medical Center. Mike was born September 2, 1943 in Ironton, Ohio, the son of Howard and Thelma Bailey of Flatwoods, Kentucky. Mike was a graduate of Russell High School, Russell, Kentucky and attended college at Eastern Kentucky University, and the University of Kentucky. He recently retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 31 years, served in the Army during Viet Nam, was an Elder for 21 years at Selma Worship Center, Selma, Ohio, where his wife Rev. Joyce Bailey is pastor. He served for 10 years as Ordained Deacon for the IPCC, and Mike was just not an “inlaw” to the 115 Lemasters, he was considered a brother. Mike was married to Joyce Ann (Lemaster) Bailey for 46 years, on January 25,1964 in Greenville, South Carolina, who survives him, along with their children, Michael Anthony (Tony) Bailey and Tina (Adkins) Bailey of Springfield, Michelle Ann (Bailey) and Kurtis Arnold of Springfield, Ohio. Grandchildren, William, Jacob, and Bella Bailey. Sister, Sheila (Bailey) Deborde and William Deborde of Flatwoods, Kentucky. Brothers, J.P. Bailey and Nancy Bailey of Flatwoods, Kentucky, Dr. Rev. Dwight Bailey and Cathy Bailey of Flatwoods, Kentucky and Rev. Mark Bailey and Alexis Bailey of Norfolk, Virginia. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m., Tuesday in the Selma Worship Center, Selma,

Ohio, where a Celebration service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday in the Selma Worship Center, 8931 Selma Pike, Selma, Ohio, with Rev. C. Ed Freshour, and Rev. Lois Baker officiating. Burial will follow in North Cemetery, Cedarville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Mike’s memory to Missions/ Selma Worship Center. Arrangements entrusted to Ingling Williams & Lewis Funeral Home, South Charleston, Ohio.

James S. Mihaly James S. Mihaly, 70, of Springfield went to be with the Lord on Sunday, August 1, 2010 in his residence with his loving family by his side. He was born on March 5, 1940 in Springfield, Ohio, the son of John and Mildred (Kiger) Mihaly. Jim was a member of Maiden Lane Church of God. He retired with 40 years of service from Navistar. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Ted A. Mihaly. His survivors include his wife of 51 years, Shela A. (Shiery) Mihaly; son and daughter in law James B. and Dea Mihaly of Springfield; daughter and son in law Teri and Tom Eichhorn of Beavercreek; brothers and one sister in law John William and Betty Mihaly of Melbourne, FL and Thomas E. Mihaly; sister Carol J. Johnson both of Springfield; six grandchildren Sgt. Michael Eichhorn USMC of San Diego, CA, Ryan Shafer of Atlanta, GA, Crista and Tyler Eichhorn of Beavercreek, Sarah and Justin Mihaly of Springfield; sister in law Carol Mihaly; and brotherin law and sister in law Charles and Barbara Putterbaugh of Springfield; several nieces and nephews. Friends and family may call Tuesday from 4-7 PM in the RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at 11:00 AM in the memorial home with Rev. Mark Martin officiating. Burial to follow in Ferncliff Cemetery. Memorial contributions are requested to the Community-Mercy Hospice or the Arthritis Foundation. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www. richardsraffanddunbar.com.

Robert Larney Steele Robert Larney Steele, 64, of St. Paris, Ohio died Sunday, August 1, 2010 in his home following a 2 ½ year battle with cancer. He was born June 20, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio the son of Harold Lee and Jane (Taylor) Steele. Robert was confirmed January 11, 1959 in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Columbus. He was a Vietnam Veteran serving eleven years in the United States Army and was Honorably Discharged as a Captain. Robert was currently the owner of Steele Point Gallery in Springfield. He is survived by his wife Rita (Greene) Steele; one son Christopher Mason; three daughters and two sons-in-law Anastasia (Steele) and Dan James, Sara (Mason) and Matt Wagner, all of St. Paris, and Alexandra (Steele) Owens of Plano, Texas; two sisters and a brother-in-law Mary and Tom Callahan of Delaware, Ohio, and Libby Dorn of Shawano, Wisconsin; seven grandchildren Ben, Drew, Arabella, Bekah, Corinna, Hannah and Andy, and an expected granddaughter; one niece Athena Dorn; three nephews Tony, Tim and Jon Callahan. He was preceded in death by his parents. The family will receive visitors Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 10-11 AM. in the RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Memorial services will be held Saturday at 11:00 AM. in the Memorial Home with Pastor Wayne Engle officiating. Memorial contributions may be made in Robert’s name to Community/Mercy Hospice. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

Reva Koger Reva Koger, 71, of Medway, Ohio passed away Monday August 2, 2010. She was born May 2, 1939 in Harland, Kentucky the daughter of the late Raymond & Nell (Hester) Brummitt. She was the former business owner of the Pines in Medway. She is survived by three sons, Billy Ray Warman, Steve Warman & Darryl Koger; daughter, Janie Kelly; six grandchildren, Steve, Johnny, Billy, Angela, Emma & Maria; five great grandchildren, Austin, Johnny, Catherine, Jay’don & Jay’lynn; a brother, Don & Jane Brummitt; niece, Linda Peake; many other nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to

her parents, she is preceded in death by two brothers, Virgil & Grady Brummitt; two sisters, Peggy Cole & Mary Rawlins. Visitation will be 6-8 PM Friday August 6, 2010 at the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in New Carlisle Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.trostelchapman.com

nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Johnny DeWitt Sr.; a son Errol “Sonny” DeWitt; two brothers F.M. “Brownie” Brown and George E. Brown. The family would like to send special thanks to granddaughter Kelly Haney, who helped with the difficult medical decisions and the doctors, nurses and staffs of Dr. Sarihan, Dr. Akhter, Dr. S. Varghese, Heartland Care Center and the second floor of Community Hospital. Visitation will be Saturday from 12 noon-2PM. in the James E. Casey, Jr RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Funeral serJames E. Casey, Jr, 62, of Lawton, vices will be Saturday at 2:00PM. Oklahoma and formerly of Spring- in the Memorial Home with Rev. field, Ohio departed this life on Raymond Sharpes officiating. Tuesday, July 20, 2010 in Lawton, Entombment will be in Rose Hill Oklahoma. He was born in Spring- Mausoleum. Memorial contribufield, Ohio on March 20, 1948 a tions may be made in Alverna’s son of James E. and Grace (Davis) name to Maplewood Church of the Casey Sr. Mr. Casey served his Nazarene or to the donor’s favorite country in the Airborne Rangers charity. Expressions of sympathy in the U.S. Army during the Viet- may be sent to www.richardsrafnam Conflict. He was awarded the fanddunbar.com Purple Heart, the Bronze Star and numerous other awards and medals Marianna Black during his service in the military. Kesler Mr. Casey was active in the Masons, VFW, Elks and several other Marianna Black Kesler 78, of organizations. He was employed by New Carlisle, Ohio passed away the City of Dayton and retired after Sunday August 1, 2010. She was many years of employment. Mr. born May 15, 1932 in Piqua, Ohio Casey leaves to cherish his memo- the daughter of the late Herbert & ry, his loving mother Grace Casey, Leolla (Strawsburg) Black. She five sons, James E. Casey III, Karl was in the last graduating class of Casey, Vincent Casey, Derrick the 1950 North Hampton School. Thompson and Franklin D. Casey; She loved her family, only granddaughters and son-in-law Jamie daughter and the farm where she and William Threatt and Shelly Ar- was born and raised. She was a nold; paternal grandmother, Edith red hot Republican and presidCasey; six brothers, Vincent Casey, ing judge of Clark County for 30 Charles Casey, Donald Casey and years. She was a member of the Ron Casey and Rico Bennett; three Order of the Eastern Star, New sisters, Jennifer Trent, Reba Trent Carlisle Chapter. She was an avid and Darlene Trent; very special card player and active in a local friends, Northing Allen, Shelia card club with her friends. MariCasey, Dianne Thompson, James anna is survived by her husband Morgan, Wendall Humphrey and of 57 years, Bruce; daughter, Jill Elizabeth Greene; 29 grandchil- Kesler, son, Eric Kesler and fiandren, 4 great grandchildren and a cée, Karen Roberts; granddaughnumber of nieces, nephews, cousins ter, Crystal Ann Kesler; nephew, other relatives and friends. He was Al Strawsburg; other relatives preceded in death by his father, a and numerous friends. Visitation daughter, Cheryl “Shelly” Thomp- will be 4-6 PM Thursday August son and his very special uncle and 5, 2010 at the TROSTEL, CHAPaunt Frank and Ruby Ferguson. MAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY Visitation for Mr. Casey will be FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Wednesday from 7 to 8 P.M. in the Ohio. Funeral service will be at 6 Church of God, M.P.G. of T. 311 PM in the funeral home with PasW. High Street. Funeral services tor Irwin Roberts officiating. Priwill be held at 8:00 P.M. Wednes- vate interment. In lieu of flowers day in the church with Elder Gar- memorial contributions may be field Parker officiating. Burial will made to Pike Township EMS. Exbe Thursday at 11:00 A.M. in the pressions of sympathy may be sent Dayton National Cemetery. Funer- to www.trostelchapman.com al arrangements are by the Robert C. Henry Funeral Home. JOHN L. MELL

BETTY JANE RAMEY BETTY JANE RAMEY 75, of Vandalia, Ohio passed away Wednesday July 28, 2010. She was born May 27, 1935 in Berea, Kentucky the daughter of the late Ernest & Gertrude (Lewis) Burdett. She is survived by a sons, William & Tanya Dean, Bradley & Rayanna Dean; grandchildren, Lynsey, Bradley, Kelle (Micah) Carli, Krystal, Will & Courtney; brother, Ernest Burdett; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, William Dean and a sister, Carol Vyers. Graveside services were held at 10:00 AM Friday July 30, 2010 at Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements by the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www.trostelchapman.com

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JOHN L. MELL, 85, of Huber Heights, Ohio passed away Friday July 23, 2010. He was born November 15, 1924 in Vandercook Lake, Michigan the son of the late John & Ruby (Clear) Mell. John retired from Kelsey Hayes. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Donna Steele Mell; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by two brothers, George & Mervin Mell; a sister, Elene Hamilton. Visitation will be 5-8 PM Monday July 26, 2010 at the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funeral services will be 11:00 AM Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45424. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to www. trostelchapman.com

Alverna E. DeWitt, 89, of Springfield passed away Wednesday, July 28, 2010 in Community Hospital. She was born in Lawrence Co., Ohio on November 23, 1920, the daughter of Morticue and Lucille (Richendollar) Brown. Mrs. DeWitt was a member of Maplewood Church of the Nazarene. She is survived by one daughter and son inlaw Sherry and Kim McClenen of South Vienna; two sons and three daughters in-law Johnny, Jr. “Jack” and Judy DeWitt of Springfield, Ronald and Barb DeWitt of South Charleston and Glenda DeWitt of Springfield; six sisters Ann Blair of Kingman, AZ., Midge Merrell of Apple Valley, CA., Carolyn Boldwyn of Springfield, OR., Betty (Don) Carey, Joan Pennington , and Linda (Lowell) York all of Springfield, OH.; a sister-in-law Shirley Brown of Springfield; ten grandchildren William (Angie) DeWitt, Kelly (Doug) Haney, Angela DeWitt, Shawna McClenen, Chad (Jessica) McClenen, Mandy (Chris) Howard, Johnathon DeWitt, Tiffany (Jeff) Wilson, Mellissa Metzger and Bobbie (John) Peyton; 19 great grandchildren; many nieces and

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What To Know When Changing Careers (StatePoint) Whether out of necessity or to follow their dreams, many people are changing careers after establishing themselves in a different field. Over eight million Americans between 44 and 77 are embarking on new careers. And new research from the non-profit Civic Ventures estimates that by 2018 there will be 3.5 million more jobs in healthcare and social service, 800,000 new education jobs and 400,000 nonprofit ones. These jobs build on work and life experiences, making them good matches for career changers. But career expansion takes place in every sector, and many are following their passions into creative fields. One such success story is that of Rick Mofina, a former journalist who became a novelist and has since written 11 exciting thrillers. It helped, of course, that he was able to draw on his reporting experiences which involved covering a horrific serialkilling case in California and an armored car-heist in Las Vegas, as well as going on patrol with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police near the Arctic.

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“We’ve all had adventures that could turn out to be useful in our work lives,” says Mofina, whose latest novel, “The Panic Zone,” features a reporter sent on a dangerous assignment investigating the murder of two of his colleagues. If you’re considering an encore career, you needn’t have been a jetsetting journalist reporting from Kuwait’s border with Iraq, as was Mofina. Here

are some tips for anybody deciding what’s next: * For Love or Money: Determine if your savings will allow you to embark on a new career without return on investment. If so, be adventurous and follow passions. If not, seek to use your existing skills in new ways. * Narrow Your Search: Ask for informational interviews with different organizations to determine where you might

fit within a new field. For example, business-minded professionals seeking to help kids might be ideal for nonprofit management positions. * Dig Deep: Draw creatively on previous experiences. “Our lives might seem compartmentalized, but every experience in-

forms the others,” says Mofina, whose interaction with two CIA agents in Jamaica turned into a fiction plotting device. You may be surprised at how many experiences you’ve had that you can leverage into a new career. * Find a Mentor: Just as you have helpful knowledge for someone starting out, someone younger may be able to teach you a thing or two. For example, a senior could learn computer skills from a recent college grad in return for sharing knowledge of an industry. * Tap Resources: Join professional organizations in fields that interest you. Subscribe to newsletters

or trade magazines. Web sites like encore.org also can help with free career resources. * Know Thyself: Do you want to work a few hours weekly, or are you willing to toil hard to launch a business or writing career? The beauty of an encore career is you now have a choice. “My alarm is set for 4:30 am,” says Mofina, who also works as a communications advisor and writes on the bus to work. “But I wouldn’t be able to stop doing this if I tried.” An encore career not only can offer cash, but new purpose and enjoyment. For more about Mofina and his novels, visit rickmofina.com.

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House Dedication On May 1 and 2, 2010, we had a Blitz Build of two houses in two days. We are dedicating the first house of this Blitz Build on Saturday, August 21, at 10 am. The location will be at 1117 Linden Avenue. Please join us to celebrate this event. During this build, we had many volunteers from the community that helped to build this house. We so appreciate Stock Photo each and every volunteer Clark County Commuand donor. nity Habitat for Humanity About Clark County is ecumenical Christian Community Habitat for non-profit housing minisHumanity try and has built 42 homes

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