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Kiggins Jr., Wilbert  
Wilbert Edward Kiggins, Jr. 64, of Uhrichsville, passed away Thursday, May 14, 2015, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia, after a period of declining health. Born April 9, 1951 in Cleveland, he was a son of the late Wilbert Edward Kiggins, Sr. and Opal Irene (Dennis) Kiggins. He was also preceded in death by his beloved wife, Mary L. Kiggins who died Oct. 2, 2013; and a sister, Wanda Combs. Wilbert was a 1970 graduate of Buckeye High School in Valley City, Ohio and worked for many years as a mechanic. He retired from the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities. In his spare time, he enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time in the outdoors. He is survived by his daughters, Victoria (Bill) Shaw of Uhrichsville and Julie (Dan) Simon of Saline, Mich.; stepchildren, Dave (Jennifer) McClafferty of Medina, Debbie (Erik) Csongedi of Parma, and Michele (Tom) Bankosh of Claridge, Penn.; grandchildren, Coty, Alicia, Olivia, Brooke, Olivia, Sophia, Chayse, Drevin, Alaina, and Lauren; great-grandchildren, Kyrsten, Haley, and Vanessa; brother, Ron Webb; and a number of nieces. In keeping with Wilbert's wishes, he has been cremated without a public visitation. A private family service was held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Ave. S.W., New Philadelphia, OH 44663-9367. R.K. Lindsey Funeral Home, Inc. (740) 922-1970 www.lindseyfh.com
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Published in The Times Reporter on May 15, 2015
Kuhn, Paul F.  
Paul F. Kuhn 83, of New Philadelphia, passed away peacefully in his home May 12, 2015 following a period of declining health. Born in Port Washington on April 7, 1932 on his beloved family farm, he was the son of the late Paul Howard and Wilma Pearl (Spring) Kuhn. After graduating Gnadenhutten High School in 1950, Paul continued his formal education at Kent State University and then obtained his master's degree in administration at San Francisco State University. Paul married his lifelong friend and companion, the former Jean Hoffman in 1958 in Huron, Ohio. Together, they walked hand-in-hand through all of life's joys, sorrows, celebrations, and challenges, never waivering in their love and devotion. Together, they worshipped at Faith Christian Church in New Philadelphia. Paul was a man of passion, strength, and commitment. He began his professional career as a school teacher in the Strasburg School District. He then served as a principal and spent the majority of his 30 years in education as a Superintendent. He ultimately retired from the Middletown City School district. In retirement, Paul hung up his suit and put on his farming clothes. He spent much of his time on his family farm, tending to the crops, animals, and land. When he was on the farm, he found peace and serenity. Paul also enjoyed the privilege of being a grandfather, supporting his grandchildren in all of their endeavors. Paul leaves behind his wife, Jean of New Philadelphia; his daughters, Celeste (Jim) Honigford of Sugarcreek, Michele (Erick) Warren of Columbus, and Lisa (Chuck) Carnohan of the state of Washington; his grandchildren, Lauren, Paul, Clayton, and Joel Honigford, and Lucas and Shane Carnohan. A private graveside service was held at Fry's Valley Cemetery in Port Washington. Memorial contributions in Paul's memory may be directed to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas Valley, 716 Commercial Ave SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, in appreciation for their exemplary care to Paul and his family. Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and light a candle in remembrance of Paul by visiting the funeral home website at www.GeibCares.com .
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Published in The Times Reporter on May 17, 2015
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