Winesburg Obituaries

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  • Thursday | via The Daily Record 

    Ella Erb, 96, Walnut Creek

    Ella Erb, 96, went to be with the Lord Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014. She previously resided in the Millersburg and Winesburg areas and most recently was at Walnut Hills Nursing Home.

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  • Wednesday Dec 17 | via The Daily Record 

    Ella Erb, 96, Walnut Creek

    Ella Erb, 96, went to be with the Lord Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014. She previously resided in the Millersburg and Winesburg areas and most recently was at Walnut Hills Nursing Home.

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  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The Daily Record 

    Leroy Miller, 56, Sugarcreek

    He was born March 28, 1958, in Tuscarawas County to Clara Miller of Sugarcreek and the late Noah E. Miller. Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Sue Miller, whom he married June 22, 1978; children, Randy Miller of Sugarcreek, Tim Miller of Baltic, Maria Schlabach of New Philadelphia, and Kari Raber of Winesburg; seven grandchildren; sisters, Susan Yoder, Ruth Yoder and Martha Miller, all of Sugarcreek; and brothers, Reuben Miller of Berlin, Allen Miller of Sugarcreek and Robert Miller of Dundee.

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  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via The Daily Record 

    Menno Beachy, 68, Sugarcreek

    Menno J. Beachy, 68, of Sugarcreek, died Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, at Park Village Health Care Center in Dover, after a lengthy illness. He was born Sept.

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  • Tuesday Dec 2 | via The Washington Post 

    Kent Haruf, acclaimed novelist who chronicled small-...

    Kent Haruf, who faced a series of publishing rejections before emerging at 41 as an acclaimed novelist with books about small-town intrigue and fragile community bonds in books such as "Plainsong" and "Where You Once Belonged," died Nov. 30 at his home in Salida, Colo. He was 71. Mr. Haruf was a Methodist preacher's son and grew up in a family of book lovers.

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  • Monday Dec 1 | via The Chronicle Herald 

    Award-winning novelist Kent Haruf dies at 71

    Haruf's editor at Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Gary Fisketjon, confirmed Haruf's death. Knopf spokesman Paul Bogaards said Haruf had been battling cancer.

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  • Monday Dec 1 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Novelist Kent Haruf has died at 71

    Author Kent Haruf in 1999, when his novel "Plainsong" was a finalist for the National Book Award. Kent Haruf, the Colorado writer whose 1999 novel "Plainsong" was a finalist for the National Book Award, died Sunday at age 71, his publisher Knopf has announced.

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  • Monday Dec 1 | via People 

    Kent Haruf Dies at 71

    Writer Kent Haruf, who authored Plainsong and several other novels set in small town Colorado, died Sunday at age 71, his publisher said. Haruf's editor at Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Gary Fisketjon, confirmed Haruf's death.

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