Ohio Health Order Signed Regarding Sports & Spectators

Director’s Second Amended Order that Provides Mandatory Requirements for Youth, Collegiate, Amateur, Club and Professional Sports

 

Health Order Signed

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the following order removing the one-game-per-calendar-day limit on sports competitions has been signed by Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes:

Bill K. Detamore, 92, of McComb

UPDATE: A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Bill K. Detamore, 92, of McComb, died September 20 at Blanchard Valley Hospital. A private family gathering and grave-side service will be held on Thursday, September 24. 

Bill was born in Darke County, Ohio on October 10, 1927. After serving in the Army during World War II, Bill attended Otterbein College and majored in music education. It was there that he met his future wife, Shirley Adams. They were married on June 5, 1949 in Westerville, OH. Bill obtained his first teaching position in Royal Oak, MI. In 1953, Bill and Shirley moved their family to McComb, where he taught vocal and instrumental music for 13 years. While teaching at McComb, Bill earned a master’s degree in music education from Bowling Green State University. Bill spent 10 years as the North Baltimore elementary principal and went on to hold the same position for Otsego schools. He retired in 1982. 

Bill was a Master Mason, a member of Phi Delta Kappa at BGSU and an active participant in the McComb Lions Club. He kept himself involved with music outside of work, including three years as the assistant director of the Ohio Lions All-State band, guest conductor for the McComb schools alumni band and chorus, and choir director of both his home church (McComb United Methodist) and, in retirement, North Baltimore’s St. James United Methodist.

Bill enjoyed gardening and cultivating the numerous fruit trees on his property. He often entered his home-grown produce in competitions at the Hancock County Fair, and he picked apples from his orchard and pressed 300-400 gallons of cider every fall.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents Kenneth and Dorothy (Beam) Detamore. He is survived by his wife Shirley, sister Betty (Dick) Shives and brother Phil Detamore; son Keith Detamore (Spring Hill, FL), daughter Diane (John) Dendiu (Mishawaka, IN), daughter Gail (Mike) Malloy (Findlay, OH) and son Mark (Voni) Detamore (North Baltimore, OH).

Bill also leaves behind eight grandchildren (Paul, Matt, Rachel, Michael, Joel, Josh, Jordan and Valerie), nine great-grandchildren (Jadyn, Hollyn, Emma, Lucas, Landon, Addison, Ben, Levi and Josiah) and his beloved cat, Benny.  

Arrangements have been entrusted with then Hanneman Funeral Home, 370 Park Dr S., McComb, Ohio 45858. 

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be made to either the McComb Lions Club or a charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences may be posted at the following address: www.hannemanfuneralhomes.com.

UPDATE 9/21 – Janice A. Richendollar, 57, BG

… passed away at 5:40 p.m., Thursday, September 17, 2020, at Wood County Hospital

 

Janice Anne Richendollar, 57, of Bowling Green passed away on Thursday September 17, 2020. Janice was born on July 12, 1963 to Alva and Catherine Richendollar.

Janice attended Heffner Street School in Lucas County, and moved around before settling in Wood County. Janice enjoyed jobs at Wood Lane Industries, Wood Lane School cafeteria, and cleaning at Hancock /Wood Electric.

Janice had a way of making everyone feel like they were special. When she gazed into your eyes, with her grin, you could feel her unconditional love. Janice’s vibrant personality attracted a lot of attention, which she enjoyed. She loved spending times with friends, dancing, and singing.

Her favorite song was “Happy Birthday to you,” and she could often be heard singing it, clapping to it, and laughing with a huge smile. Janice loved taking care of her home and ensuring everything was in its place.

She enjoyed spending time rocking in her recliner, taking a nap, spending time in her yard, being on the go, going for walks, attending dances, having picnics, going shopping, listening to music, going bowling, swimming, and playing Yahtzee and other games with her friend, Virginia. She also enjoyed spending holidays, and activities with Missy, visits with her friend Eric, and many many others that were so special to Janice.

She loved her chocolate milk; and she REALLY loved coffee and pop and was always excited when she found a cup nearby. Janice lived, loved, and laughed everyday and touched the lives of everyone that knew her. She was loving, caring, and very nurturing. There was nothing better than a big Janice hug.

Janice was always grateful and was quick to tell you “thank you” for anything you did for her. She loved to sign that you were her friend and blow kisses. Her loving gaze could melt any heart. Janice was one of kind, with a contagious smile and laugh. There were no strangers to Janice, only new opportunities for new friends. She could always be heard telling her loved ones “I love you!”

Janice is preceded in death by her mother, Catherine (Wilson) Pauff, and father, Alva Richendollar. And was loved dearly by her siblings: Ruth, Joyce, Robin, Dorothy and Thomas. She is also survived by her friend and housemate, Virginia, her friends Eric, Missy, and a host of other dear friends in Walbridge and Bowling Green. She was preceded in death by a brother.

A funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at SMITH-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore, where visitation will be held 1 hour prior (12 p.m. – 1 p.m.) to the service at the funeral home. Pastor Bill Cook officiating. Burial will be in Wingston Cemetery, Liberty Township.

Memorial contributions may be made to Woodlane Residential Services, Bowling Green. Online condolences may be expressed at www.smithcrates.com.

“A Night of Praise” Benefit Concert

Basic Truth & Cedar Creek Churches to bring awesome music to rural Cygnet, Ohio – Benefiting NB Food Pantry…

 

Basic Truth Church and Cedar Creek Church will bring awesome music to rural Cygnet, Ohio – To benefit the North Baltimore Food Pantry & Christian Clearing House.

www.basictruthchurch.com

Andrew Thomas Holman, 21, Findlay

….passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 in Orange County, CA..

Andrew Thomas Holman, 21 of Findlay passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 in Orange County, CA.

He was born on January 11, 1999 in Findlay. He is survived by his parents, Kim and Rich Cole and Sean and Tennie Holman, all of Findlay; five siblings, Emily Cole of Findlay; Justin (Katie) Cole of Springfield, MO; Barak (Deserae) Mowery of Henderson, NC; Preston (Jennifer) Mowery of Forest, OH and Darrin (Carly) Mowery of Forest, OH; grandparents, Shirley Kast of North Baltimore, OH; Margaret Cole of Findlay; Edwin Thomas (Carol) Holman of Clearwater, FL; Gary Wagner of Bradenton, FL; Anna Estep of Forest, Ohio and aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by a sister, Ashley Beth Holman and grandparents, Donald Kast, Richard Cole, Sr., Frances Wagner and Lonzo Estep.

He was a 2017 graduate of Findlay Digital Academy. Andrew loved playing baseball as a child and watching it on tv. He enjoyed playing video games and hanging out with his friends, Peyton, Jake, Mickey and many others.

Andrew attended Holy Family Catholic Church with his family and served as altar server for seven years. He loved spending time with his family, especially his little sister who he was extremely proud of (Emily). He absolutely loved that she was attending the same schools and played softball; he never missed a chance to tell her how much he loved her. Andrew also leaves behind his dog Diamond.

Funeral services will be held at 12:00pm Thursday, September 24, 2020 at COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME with Father Art Niewiadomski officiating. Burial will follow in New Maplewood Cemetery, North Baltimore.

Visitation will be held from 4:00-8:00pm Wednesday at the funeral home and for one hour prior to the service (11:00am-12:00pm) Thursday at the funeral home.

Memorials can be directed to Holy Family Catholic Church or to Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation in his memory. Online condolences can be shared by visiting coldrencrates.com.

Three Wood Co. Establishments Cited by OIU for Alcohol Violations

….. after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

 

OIU Cited Seven Establishments Overnight

(Columbus) – Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit (OIU) cited seven establishments overnight after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

Agents visited the following liquor-permitted establishments and issued citations after witnessing the violations:

Pigskin Bar, Athens, received an administrative citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80 and insanitary conditions (alcoholic beverages not maintained in potable condition). Agents visited the establishment at approximately 11:20 p.m. and observed a group of patrons through the front windows sitting at the bar who appeared to have open alcoholic beverages. Agents observed the on duty bartender retrieve and open two bottles of beer and give one of the alcoholic beverages to a patron at the bar. The bartender kept the other bottle of beer and placed it at the back of the bar. Agents observed as the patron and the bartender both consumed from the bottles of beer. Another patron seated at the bar and was also drinking a bottle of beer. 

1212 West 6th Street LLC., known as The Ivy, Cleveland, received an administrative citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80.  Agents and the Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises at approximately 10:20 p.m. and observed egregious violations of ODH orders occurring throughout the premises. Patrons congregated near tables, in open areas and at the bar. Every bar stool was occupied and numerous patrons were lined up behind watching the live football game, not social distancing and attempting to order drinks. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages and very few patrons were observed wearing masks. Minimal dividers were observed between seating sections, with no efforts made by bar staff to maintain compliance. 

LGCE Holding Group, known as Rumors, Cleveland, received a citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80. Agents and Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises after observing continued alcohol beverage service after 10 p.m.  Numerous bar staff were observed continuing to pour and serve spirituous liquor at approximately 10:40 p.m. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages. Patrons also congregated in open areas without maintaining social distance or separated by physical barriers. The permit holder was also issued a civil summons for violations of Cleveland Department of Public Health orders.

KK Lucky Enterprises, known as Showcase, Garfield Heights, received an administrative citations for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed the premises open and occupied before midnight. Once inside, agents observed approximately 15 patrons consuming alcoholic beverages.

JDD Enterprises LLC., known as Brathaus, Bowling Green, received citation for improper conduct – disorderly conduct. After receiving a tip from the Bowling Green Police Department, agents visited the location and observed patrons walking throughout the crowd. Numerous patrons were standing in large groups throughout the premises consuming alcoholic beverages. Bar staff did not attempt to enforce social distancing orders.

H P Corporation Inc., known as City Tap / The Attic, Bowling Green, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar with one consuming draft beer from a clear glass after 11 p.m.  

Westwood Endeavors LLC., known as Redneck Willy’s, Weston, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar consuming alcohol after 11p.m. 

These cases will go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including fines and/or the suspension or revocation of liquor permits.

“When egregious violations are observed, enforcement action is taken,” said OIU Enforcement Commander Eric Wolf. “We all need to continue to work together by following the precautions put in place to make these establishments safe and compliant with the directives.”

The Ohio Investigative Unit is made up of fully-sworn, plainclothes peace officers responsible for enforcing Ohio’s alcohol, tobacco, and food stamp fraud laws. Agents conduct compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are compliant with the Ohio Liquor Control Act. Agents also act on complaints of illegal activity on liquor permit premises. In addition to providing the safety checks associated with the COVID-19 directives, OIU agents continue to perform their normal compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are complying with the Ohio Liquor Control Act.

Toledo ANG Unit Night Flying Training

Area residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets until about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

 

The Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing is scheduled to conduct training flights at night, Thurs., Sept. 17, weather permitting. Area residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets taking off and landing until about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.

Training flights normally take place during daylight hours, but F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness training. The 180th Fighter Wing appreciates the continued support from the citizens of Ohio and Michigan as we continue to train in support of our mission.

For updated photos and videos of the 180FW visit: https://www.dvidshub.net/unit/180FWONG

Donald Eugene Clement Kirchner

… died peacefully on September 14, while surrounded by his family. 

Donald Eugene Clement Kirchner died peacefully on September 14, while
surrounded by his family. 

He was born on Nov 8, 1935 to the late Joseph
and Matilda Ficzo.  He was an amazing man, loved and cherished by his
family and friends.  He leaves a legacy and memories that lives on through
his family and the stories he would tell.  Donald was a boy scout leader
while raising his children.  He loved Ohio State football, travelling and
would help everyone in need. 

His grandparents arrived from Austria,
gathering in German Village in Columbus, OH.  He raised his family in
North Baltimore, OH.  He retired from Mosler Safe Co. as a sales engineer,
meeting the needs of banks in Ohio & Indiana. 

He met his wife, Wanda Baney
Kirchner in high school and she survives.  They married in 1954, spending
66 wonderful years together, and were blessed with 3 daughters, Deborah
(Steve) Field, Tracy Blake, Jennifer (Allen) Emahiser, who all survive.

Also surviving are grandchildren, Kelsey (Doug) Brooks, Joseph (Tawnee)
Kirchner, Donnie (Laura) Kirchner, Brittany Chipps, Seth Blake, Dakota
Blake, Rio Boring, Andraya Emahiser, Alexis Emahiser and Mitchell Emahiser
and several great grandchildren and a host of other friends, family, and
loved ones.  He is preceded in death by his son, Donald Eugene Jr.

The family would like to say a special thank you to Bridge Home Health &
Hospice for all the care given to Donald.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00am on Thursday, September 17, 2020,
at SMITH CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore.      Burial will be in
Weaver Cemetery, Bloom Township.

Visitation will be 5:00-7:00pm on Wednesday at SMITH CRATES FUNERAL HOME.

Memorial contributions can be directed to Bridge Home Health & Hospice.
Online condolences are welcomed by visiting www.smithcrates.com

NB Youth Football TAG Day Tomorrow 9 to Noon

Also, our game in Carey on Sunday is,,,

from Coach Mike Solly on Facebook:
 
Reminder about our TAG DAY tomorrow morning from 9:00 am-Noon.
 
Also, our game in Carey on Sunday is at the High School field, not the field that we have played on the past 2 years.
 
Carey has 120 tickets for us when we get there. So everyone please meet me in the parking lot before the game for your admittance tickets.
 
The game starts at 2:00. Please be there no later than 12:45 to get your tickets.
 
Masks are required and they will not be having concessions. Thanks again for your support!
 
 
North Baltimore Youth Football 2020
 
 
 

Senior Night For Volleyball

Seniors honored earlier than usual this season……(because nothing is “usual” these days, right?)

The Lady Tigers celebrated Senior Night early this year. Congrats to our Senior players and their families. Best of Luck for the rest of the season!

Enjoy these Fotos by Ferg:

Senior Mia McCartney

Senior Grace Stanfield

 

Senior Myra Stewart
Volleyball Seniors-Class of 2021

Football Fotos vs. Hornets in BVC Play

Tiger beat Cory-Rawson 16-7 Last Friday

Tiger beat Cory-Rawson 16-7 Last Friday -Fotos by Ferg
 
 

Fotos by Ferg (https://scottferguson.zenfolio.com/)

Downtown Clean-up Project Cancelled for Saturday

We will try again in the spring if we can get enough people to help.”