Woman killed in wreck near Circleville

Apr 30, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Columbus Dispatch

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wondering

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May 1, 2012
 
I did not know the woman but my condolances go out to her family.
Did she have a heart attack or something ??
Spookneverdies

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wondering wrote:
I did not know the woman but my condolances go out to her family.
Did she have a heart attack or something ??
Or a stroke is possible. No new info out yet.
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May 1, 2012
 
My deepest condolences to the family. I didn't know her either, but I grew up in the area. Spook, what are you doing way down here in Roundtown?
Spookneverdies

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rowdy01 wrote:
My deepest condolences to the family. I didn't know her either, but I grew up in the area. Spook, what are you doing way down here in Roundtown?
I go to round town fairly often to Melvin Stone. Used to buy wood from a mill over by island road I yhink was the street
wondering

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Big Johnson , you make me want to throw up.
Ever heard of KARMA ???
How would you like to lose a loved one in such a horrible accident ?
Better yet, the world would be better off with you NOT being in it, You are a sick and poor excuse for a human being.

KARMA

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Spookneverdies wrote:
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I go to round town fairly often to Melvin Stone. Used to buy wood from a mill over by island road I yhink was the street
Yeah if I remember correctly Island Rd. goes out to the stone quarry and past the Rumpke facility.
Spookneverdies

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Yeah if I remember correctly Island Rd. goes out to the stone quarry and past the Rumpke facility.
The mill was closed not sure if it opened up with new owners. I had heard someone got hurt bad and that is why it shut down too much for insurance or a lawsuit.
Southsider

Circleville, OH

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May 1, 2012
 
it looks like from the pic it was at north court st. right befor u get on 23. anybody know who the women was?
wondering

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May 1, 2012
 
The paper said her name was Mary Stevens, 54 yrs. old. Yes I believe it was right before you get on 23 where the old railroad overpass is.
Horrible tragedy.

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May 1, 2012
 
Yeah from the description it was old 23/North Court, not far from Tink's Tavern. I didn't know the lady.

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wondering wrote:
The paper said her name was Mary Stevens, 54 yrs. old. Yes I believe it was right before you get on 23 where the old railroad overpass is.
Horrible tragedy.
54, too young.

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rowdy01 wrote:
Yeah from the description it was old 23/North Court, not far from Tink's Tavern. I didn't know the lady.
Your post popped up right as mine did. Not being disrespectful, Tink's Tavern made me smile, love the name.

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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Your post popped up right as mine did. Not being disrespectful, Tink's Tavern made me smile, love the name.
My dad was a good friend with the original owner, Tink Hill. Wow that's been a few years ago.

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My dad was a good friend with the original owner, Tink Hill. Wow that's been a few years ago.
Tink was a nickname? True story, my Grandpa was upset that my Mom was a girl. He wanted a boy so he could name him Archibald, if you knew my Gramps you would know that's true. He purposefully misspelled her middle name on the birth certificate, which was supposed to be Denise to Darice to get back at Gram for not giving him a boy. So my question is in earnest.

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I don't remember hearing him called anything but Tink,though I'm sure it was only a nickname.
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Mary Stevens was a fantastic person, friend, and Co-worker! Thank you to those who were so respectful!
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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Tink was a nickname? True story, my Grandpa was upset that my Mom was a girl. He wanted a boy so he could name him Archibald, if you knew my Gramps you would know that's true. He purposefully misspelled her middle name on the birth certificate, which was supposed to be Denise to Darice to get back at Gram for not giving him a boy. So my question is in earnest.
so whats the point of your story? i dont see how u got tink's nickname out of that.
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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Tink was a nickname? True story, my Grandpa was upset that my Mom was a girl. He wanted a boy so he could name him Archibald, if you knew my Gramps you would know that's true. He purposefully misspelled her middle name on the birth certificate, which was supposed to be Denise to Darice to get back at Gram for not giving him a boy. So my question is in earnest.
"Tink" Hill was my husband's great-great uncle. I was told he never had children...did he? Who is your grandpa? Tink (Eldon, his real name) is the brother to my husband's grandfather, Chester Perrill Hill. Would love to talk to you away from the forum.

As for Ms. Stevens, I don't believe we knew her. Although, her name sounds very familiar. It is so sad that she passed in such a violent way. My condolences to her family and friends. They must be totally in shock. Accidents like this remind us just how important our families and friends are to us. Live each day as if it were your last!

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Fed Up wrote:
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"Tink" Hill was my husband's great-great uncle. I was told he never had children...did he? Who is your grandpa? Tink (Eldon, his real name) is the brother to my husband's grandfather, Chester Perrill Hill. Would love to talk to you away from the forum.
As for Ms. Stevens, I don't believe we knew her. Although, her name sounds very familiar. It is so sad that she passed in such a violent way. My condolences to her family and friends. They must be totally in shock. Accidents like this remind us just how important our families and friends are to us. Live each day as if it were your last!
Glitter wasn't referring to her grandfather being friends with Tink. My dad knew him but he passed away about four years ago. Threads sometimes stray from the original post. Sorry
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Mary stevens was her name. she is my moms cousin and she was a good person. she wrecked on north court st right before you get on to 23 she ran right into the concrete wall of the raailroad abuntment. very sad and i think whoever makes jokes about anything like this is a very sick individual, god forbid you ever have a family member have this happen to them, then lets see how you feel and see how you feel if people make jokes about it. anyway..she was a wonderful person and is deeply missed,

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