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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH, 2017 (USPS 168-440) - VOLUME 9 EDITION 21
Nine Teams Battle Winds, Cold Williams County Drug Court Graduates Five From Program
Start At Montpelier Chamber
Of Commerce Golf Outing By: James Pruitt
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF
Five people who were DRUG COURT ... The main team behind the Williams County Drug Court are Chief
once facing time in jail or Probation Officer Lori Borton-Sell, Drug Court Coordinator Linda McDonald, and Judge
prison for possessing or us- J.T. Stelzer.
ing narcotics are headed in
PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT a new direction after gradu- his remarks. “You should cludes relapses, jail time serve as another tool in the
DRIVE ... The winds were brutal coming in from the ating from Drug Court. be proud of what you have due to sanctions and going war against drugs. Its par-
northeast at Montpelier Area Chamber of Commerce golf accomplished and the di- in-patient when needing a ticipants are users who are
outing May 20. Thirty-six players used a scrambled start The program had its rection your lives have tak- higher level of care. in the criminal justice sys-
to complete the 18 holes. most recent ceremony May en.” tem and want a way out.
17 at Williams County “They have working sta-
By: James Pruitt raiser for the Chamber, but Court of Common Pleas. McDonald paraphrased ble jobs, for some of them Stelzer began practic-
THE VILLAGE REPORTER offers a $300 top prize for the Since the program’s incep- former first lady Hillary the first time in years,” Mc- ing law 37 years ago and
winning team and some nifty tion three years ago, there Clinton about it taking a Donald said. “Almost all of immediately began to do
Calling all golfers, the prizes for winning contests at have now been eight gradu- village to raise a child. At you have been at jobs for a some felony case work. At
Montpelier Area Chamber various holes and through a ates. Drug Court it takes a team year, if not more.” the time drug-related crimi-
of Commerce wants you for raffle. working together to turn an nal felony indictments ac-
next year’s outing. The five newest grads addict onto the road to re- But for all the ceremo- counted for 20 percent of
This year’s event was won were Danialle Swan, Jarred covery. ny and emotional stories all felonies. “The drug case
Nine teams showed up for by Saneholtz and McKarns Penrod, Melissa Jimmer- of people overcoming long really was the exception
the third annual event, host- with a score of 12 under par son, Brandon Taylor and The process is mind- held addictions, some could to the rule,” Stelzer said.
ed at Patriot Hills Golf Club. over 18 holes. Second place Sam Huff. All five have been boggling considering how yet relapse and appear be- About 10-15 years ago that
The outing serves as a fund- and $100 went to Patriot clean and sober for more the participants have to fore Stelzer in the future. started changing, he said.
Hills with 11 under. than 300 days and now no rewire their lives to over- That’s still better than the Now drug offenses account
longer have probation to come the cravings, triggers, rate (60-75 percent) of re- for 80-85 percent of all
Other winners included: worry about. to complete all the writing offending without the Drug felony indictments, Stelzer
•Dale Gearhart with the assignments and to make Court. said.
longest drive on Hole 2 (travel Around 55 people at- all the meetings and drug
bag) tended the event in Judge screens. The process in- Stelzer brought the pro- CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
•Jon Parrish, closest to J.T. Stelzer’s court room. gram to Williams County to
the beer on Hole 1 The ceremony included tes-
•A.J. Saneholtz, closest to timonies from the gradu-
the pin on Hole 5 (golf bag) ates about their struggles
•Aaron Hake, longest putt with addiction and what
on Hole 8 (watch) completing the program
The teams battled cold, means.
wet winds at the 8:15 a.m.
start. Conditions were closer Dry eyes were few and
to the British Open than the following the ceremony,
Masters-like weather enjoyed hugs were given and hands
earlier in the week. By 11:45 shook as family members,
a.m., the temperature had friends, and other partici-
risen to near 60, which made pants congratulated the
for more tolerable weather five.
The teams enjoyed them- The judge spoke of how
selves on the links and then he and Drug Court Coordi-
returned to the clubhouse for nator Linda McDonald have
lunch before the prizes and went through each of the
goodie bags were distributed. five’s files since their first
Chamber Director Susan day in felony Drug Court
Gearhart would like twice and before the pair began
the number of teams for next to plan the graduation cer-
year’s event. She would also emony. Each individual’s
like some women’s teams as case history was reviewed.
all nine foursomes were filled
with men. “Each of your stories is
amazing,” Stelzer said in
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Five Faculty Resign From Evergreen Schools
By: James Pruitt • Robert Tripp - $750 to the Tripp *Kelley Carmean. *For 2017 – 2018, Local Schools. The average annual cost
THE VILLAGE REPORTER Family Memorial Scholarship. Carmean will be assigned as a third- of the agreement is $17,387.22.
grade classroom teacher.
The Evergreen Local Board of Edu- *Authorized the Superintendent and * Authorized the Treasurer to en-
cation met in regular session, Monday, Treasurer to accept the lowest, best bid * Employed the following students ter into a six-year agreement with the
May 15. There were 19 visitors present. from to help, as needed, during the summer Northern Buckeye Education Coun-
Jim Wyse, superintendent presented months of 2017: Gage Brown, Grace cil/Northwestern Ohio Computer As-
the following correspondence and in- Cardinal Bus Sales & Service, Inc., Bryson, Devin Butts, Jenna Christlieb, sociation (NBEC/NWOCA) to provide
formation: in Lima, Ohio, and to purchase four (4) Ryan Eckhardt, and Kyle Smith managed internal broadband services
72- passenger propane fueled buses consisting of the lease, installation, op-
• Several staff members submit- for $346,604. This cost includes a total *Pay will be set at Ohio minimum eration, management, and monitoring
ted letters of resignation. Those resign- trade-in allowance of $7,300 for four wage ($8.15 per hour). of eligible broadband internal compo-
ing include: (4) old buses. In addition, a $200 ear- nents. The average annual cost of the
ly pay discount is offered on each bus * Employed Jennie Blain-Fischer to agreement is $22,791.50.
o Debra Campbell, effective May purchased. help, as needed, during the summer
24. months of 2017. Pay will be set at Ohio * Contracted with the Fulton County
* Offered the following teachers con- minimum wage ($8.15 per hour), and Health Department to provide school
o Carolyn Loebig:, effective July tinuing teaching contracts, effective the Superintendent or the Superinten- nurse services for Evergreen Local
31. with the start of the 2017 – 2018 school dent’s designee will make all work as- Schools for the 2017 – 2018 school
year: Amanda Brehm, Sheri Call and signments. year at an annual cost of $16,679, pay-
o Correy Miller: effective May 16. Shannon Leu. able by December 31, 2017 (the cost
o Nick Kerekes: effective May 16. * Offered the following one-year for the 2016 – 2017 school year was
o LuAnn Tipton: effective May 31 * Offered the following teachers one- supplemental contracts for the 2017 $17,140.00).
after 27 years at Evergreen. year limited teaching contracts, effec- – 2018 school year, pending comple-
• The National Assessment of Ed- tive with the start of the 2017 – 2018 tion of all certification/licensure re- * Authorized a Memorandum of Un-
ucational Progress (NAEP) recognized school year: Monica Carrizales, Amber quirements: Brent Simon Varsity derstanding (MOU) between the Ever-
Principal Joe Zabowski for serving as Doble, Nelson Holliday, Tina Jones, Assistant – Football; Tyler Kleeberg- green Local School District and Lourdes
Evergreen Middle Schools’ NAEP Coor- Brittaney Cymbolin, Aaron Schmidt, er Varsity Assistant – Football; Bob University for the purpose of plac-
dinator. Meranda Kelley, Sharon Purdy, Alicia Beemer Varsity Assistant – Football; ing teacher education students in the
• Evergreen Local Schools has Ford, Kelsey Ford, Caitlin Huff, Em- Ben Taylor Varsity Assistant – Foot- classrooms of the District. Both parties
been awarded the 2016 – 2017 “Coali- ily Natter, Audra Roesti, Jonathan ball; Josh Martin Freshman Football; will cooperate to facilitate classroom
tion Champion of the Year” by Healthy Torrence, Chelsea Truckor and Adam Brian Nagy 7/8 Football; Matt Moss- experiences, ranging from one-day ob-
Choices Caring Communities Coalition Wagner. ing 7/8 Football; and Jason Miller servations to 15-week student teaching
for hosting an 7/8 Football; Josh Radel Head Girls experiences. The 3-year agreement will
• Evergreen Community Conver- * Offered the following teachers two- Soccer; Kelsey Wulf Head Volleyball; become effective on April 20, 2017 and
sation, supporting YAC participation year limited teaching contracts, effec- Melanie Yoder JV Volleyball; Kelsey will end on April 19, 2020.
in We Are the Majority Rally and the tive with the start of the 2017 – 2018 Ford Freshman Volleyball; Jackie
inclusion of HC3 in EHS’s SADD Sub- school year: Nicole Brock, Sarah Fran- Mossing 7/8 Girls Volleyball; Mol- * Approved the granting of High
stance Use Educational event for par- kenfield and Mandy Rupp. lie Youtzy 7/8 Girls Volleyball; Jerry School Graduation Diplomas to the
ents. Keifer MS Athletic Director; Andrea members of the Class of 2017 on May
• Brenda Schudel, representing * Offered the following teachers Hesson Head Cross Country; Van- 28, 2017, pending their successful
the Evergreen Elementary MVP orga- three-year limited teaching contracts, essa Kleeberger Head Cheerleading; completion of all graduation require-
nization, sought permission for this effective with the start of the 2017 – Doug DeSloover Head Golf; Sheri Call ments as determined by the high school
booster organization to fund and build 2018 school year: Jennifer Burkholder, 7/8 Cheerleading; Brittaney Cym- principal.
a shelter house for the Evergreen El- Lucas Burkholder, Ana Ford Chris Ly- bolin 7/8 Cross Country; Jerry Keifer
ementary primary playground. ons, Amanda Matyi, Katie Pierce, Matt Varsity Boys Basketball Coach; Jake * Approved the following break-
The Board conducted the following Siefert Danny Steel, Karin Walker, Sta- Dawson Junior Varsity Boys Basket- fast and lunch prices for the 2017
business: cey Wyse, and Melanie Yoder ball Coach; Brittaney Cymbolin Var- – 2018 school year: Elementary
* Approved the following FY17 ap- sity Girls Basketball Coach; Carrie School Breakfast $1.85 for students,
propriation modifications: * Amended the agreement with Di- Hansen Junior Varsity Girls Basket- Middle & High School Breakfast $2
* Increase Other SPED-Autism ane Tache by increasing the number of ball Coach; Terrie Ketring-Copeland for students, ES, MS, & HS Break-
Scholarship - $20,000 contractual days from 110 to 119 days, DAR (payment per OAPSE Agree- fast $2.25 for adults, Elementary
* Increase P.I. Purchased Services - and to offer part-time employment to ment); Amanda Brehm District Test School Lunch $2.50 for students,
$5,000 Cathy Selgo (assignment: Speech & Coordinator; Jane Draheim District Middle & High School Lunch $2.85
* Increase General Activity-Elem. - Language Pathologist), LeAnn Moser Mentor Coordinator; Ken Dymond for students, ES, MS, & HS Lunch $4
$19,000 (assignment: Gifted District Energy Coach; Monica Car- for adults
* Increase– Athletic Field Trip Bus rizales Extended Day (Guidance) – 6
Drivers - $$11,000 Coordinator) and Diane Tache (as- days; Amanda Brehm Extended Day * Approved a resolution of necessity
* Approved the Five-Year Forecast to signment: District Curriculum Coordi- (Guidance) – 10 days; Sarah Roper to renew the 0.5 percent Income Tax
be submitted to the Ohio Department nator & OTES/OPES coach-evaluator), Extended Day (Guidance) – 20 days; Levy at a reduced rate of 0.25 percent.
of Education by May 31. all positions are effective with the start Tina Jones Extended Day (Media)
* Approved the following fund-to- of the 2017 – 2018 school year. – 4 days; Susan Hanifan Extended * Approved a three-year service
fund transfer and to increase estimated Day (VoAg) – 25 days; Laura John- agreement with Healthcare Process
resources and amend appropriations * Offered part-time contractual em- son LPDC Chair; Jane Draheim Title Consulting,
accordingly: ployment to Laurie Gombash at $65 I Coordinator; Chris Beck Wellness
* $19,407.25 from P.I. Transfers-out per hour to Coordinator. Inc. (HPC) and Evergreen Local
to HB264 Energy Conservation Project School District for the purpose of HPC
– Transfers-in (for June 1 interest pay- provide onsite physical therapy ser- * Approved Kalli Hintz as an Ex- assisting in the management of the dis-
ment). vices for special education services, ef- tended School Year Instructor during trict’s Ohio School Medicaid Program in
* $103.01 from– OHSAA Tourna- fective with the start of the 2017 – 2018 the 2017 summer months, on an as order to procure Medicaid reimburse-
ment Fund-FY17 to – Athletic Dept. school year. needed basis at a rate of $27.50 per ment for Medicaid eligible services pro-
Transfer-In. hour, and to approve Sheri Call & Sar- vided by the district. As compensation
* Approved the following bond and * Approved a memorandum of un- ah Frankenfield for summer preschool for services provided to Evergreen Local
note interest payments due June 1. derstanding, dated May 9 with OAPSE screenings on an as needed basis at a Schools by HPC, the district shall pay
1) Series 1999 General Obligation Local 528 and a one-year contract for rate of $27.50 per hour. HPC an annual fee of $3,500 per year
Bonds – $67,606.39 Jose Rodriguez, effective at the start of for services provided commencing July
2) Series 2002 Classroom Facilities the 2017 – 2018 school year. * Authorized the Treasurer to en- 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020.
Improvement Bonds – $21,262.50 ter into a five-year Voice Over Inter-
3) Series 2010 HB264 Energy Con- * Offered the following non-teach- net Protocol (VoIP) agreement with the * Approved continued participation
servation Bonds – $21,621.50 ing two-year limited contract, effective Northern Buckeye Education Council/ in the OHI (Optimal Health Initiatives)
* Accepted the following donations: at the start of the 2017 – 2018 school Northwestern Ohio Computer Associa- Workers Compensation Group Rating
• Fulton Co. Cattle Feeders to year: Deb Slee (assignment: Bus Driv- tion (NBEC/NWOCA) to furnish VoIP Program for the 2018 calendar year.
Evergreen FFA - $400 er). services utilizing Venderowned call
• Evergreen FFA Alumni - $220 managers and Vendor Hosted Unity The next regular board meeting will
• Evergreen Athletic Boosters - * Offered the following non-teaching voicemail and fax services for Evergreen be 7 p.m. June 19 in the Loren Pen-
$8,040 to Evergreen Athletic Dept. for continuing contracts, effective at the nington Learning Center.
football uniforms. start of the 2017 – 2018 school year:
• Evergreen Music Boosters - Jennie Blain-Fischer, Donna Neifer, James can be reached at
$743 to Evergreen Music Department Melissa Miller, and Janice Smith. firstname.lastname@example.org
for garment rack.
* Offered a 3-year administrative Styker Schools Approved
contract to Mr. Josh Clark (assign- For Football In 2018
ment: High School Principal), effective
* Offered the following one-year lim-
ited teaching contract for the 2017 –
2018 school year, pending receipt of all
necessary documentation for employ-
North Central Elementary By: James Pruitt In other upcoming events:
THE VILLAGE REPORTER • May 29 – Memorial Day Parade –
Band marching 10 am.
Receives Gift From SOAR Group Stryker Schools will be eligible for • June 2– JH/HS Grade Card pick
playoff points in 2018 as the school up 9 a.m. – noon and 1– 3 p.m.
has been approved for membership in • June 15– Grade 3 Reading Re-
the Toledo Area Athletic Conference for sults available
football. Superintendent Nate Johnson • June 27 – AIR test results avail-
made the announcement May 18. able
This final step secures the district The board approved the following sup-
in a league for scheduling Friday night plemental one-year contracts for 2017-
games and playoff point possibilities, 18: Boys Basketball Assistant, Justin
Johnson said. ‘We are very excited for Sonneberg and Jr. High Football, Kyle
our student athletes to be offered this Norden. The board approved the follow-
great opportunity to be involved in the ing supplemental one-year contract for
Friday night excitement,’ Johnson said. 2017-18: Varsity Basketball Boys, Tyler
“We want to thank our current area Woolace. The board approved the fol-
TAAC schools and all those schools in lowing one-year employment contracts,
the TAAC for voting Stryker into the beginning 2017-18: Administrative as-
conference for football. sistant, Lynn Miller and transportation,
In other news: Patricia Leupp.
Stryker Schools graduated 39 se- The board approved Don Parrish as
niors May 21. a volunteer for football for 2017-18 con-
The school saw revenues of tingent upon required BCI/FBI back-
$586,567.84 for April which were more ground check and all required docu-
than expenses of $502,076.30 ments, as presented.
Income tax revenue was $169,575.80. The board approved the following dis-
The general fund cash balance was trict handbooks, guidelines and forms:
$4.469, 554. 11. • Faculty Handbook
The board approved the following • Student Handbooks; Elem., Jr.
PHOTO PROVIDED High/High School
GIFT ... North Central Elementary School received a gift from the members of the donation(s): • Coaches Handbook
SOAR (Students Offering Acceptance and Respect) group. The group purchased • Stryker Athletic Boosters - • Student Activity Handbook
an Eagles Buddy Bench for the playground. The Buddy Bench helps foster friend- $6,147 to be used for Stryker Football The board approved the NEOLA new,
ships on the playground. If a student needs someone to play with, they sit on the • Stryker Athletic Boosters - revised, updated policies and related
bench. When others see them there, they ask them to join their activity. Others $1,000 to be used for Stryker Cheer- administrative guidelines.
may choose to sit on the bench to chat, learn more about each other, and develop a leading
friendship. The Eagles Buddy Bench was unveiled during the annual Peace Week • Stryker Athletic Boosters – John James can be reached at
at North Central. Shown with the bench are second graders Stella Fellers, Kade Deere Gator valued at $3,978 email@example.com
Stewart, Addison Burger, and Cash Martin. Back row senior SOAR members are The board approved the updated
Brock Zuver, Alyssa Swank, Allyson Hutchison, and Kelsie Sutton. 5-year forecast, as presented.
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Local Memorial Day Events 2017
DAV Cookout Harmon, assistant prosecutor for Henry
County and veteran, the "Armed Forces
On Friday, May 26 at 11:00 AM - 2:00 Salute" offered by the Wauseon March-
PM at the Williams County Veterans ing Band, community prayers, three vol-
Service Office 1425 E High St, Ste 106 • ley rifle salute, and the playing of Taps.
Bryan, OH, there will be a cookout that
is open to the public. Hosted by Williams After the services at the Union Cem-
County Veterans Service Office; the DAV etery, the American Legion sponsors a
Cookout fulfilling our promise to the grilled chicken dinner at the Legion Hall.
men and women who served.
Parade participants will meet behind
2 Star Major General Jeffrey Kruse the American Legion Hall, 120 E. Jack-
will be the Memorial Day speaker. He son, in West Unity at 9:30 a.m. The pa-
is a Pettisville graduate. He is the Di- rade will start at 10 a.m. and head up
rector for Intelligence, U.S. Pacific North Main to the park where everyone
Command. In this role he serves as the will gather at the cannon.
Senior Intelligence Officer in the Asia-
Pacific region and is responsible for the The Hilltop High School marching
planning, coordination and execution band will appear and perform.
of intelligence operations across the
36-nation theater. General Kruse was Two additional ceremonies will take
commissioned through ROTC at Miami place at Rings Cemetery and at the Flo-
University, Oxford, Ohio. His career ral Grove Cemetery at 11 am. Ric Beals
spans leadership and command posi- will be the speaker.
tions at the tactical, operational and
strategic levels in Air Force and Joint band will also perform. Graves of local veterans will be adorned A Memorial
assignments. He has commanded op- with U.S. flags. Living veterans will take Day Salute
erational Intelligence, Surveillance and MONTPELIER a position of honor near the front.
Reconnaissance units from squadron On Memorial Day, we pause
through wing level, to include leading Community Memorial Day Service When the parade ends at Union to honor the memory of the
ISR operations in support of Air Force on Monday, May 29 at 10:30 AM to cemetery, the community gathers in brave men and women who
and Joint Special Operations, and serv- 2:00 PM the open space by the Wauseon Mau- have given their lives in the
ing as the Commander of the 480th ISR soleum. Flags have been placed at the service of our country. Our
Wing directing global Air Force ISR op- Annual Memorial Day Event begin- graves of all who served in America's thoughts, our prayers and
erations in support of combat-engaged ning with a parade from Town Hall to wars, from the Civil War to the most our eternal gratitude are with
warfighters around the world. The ser- Riverside Cemetery at 10:30 am. A Me- recent conflicts. them and their families.
vice will begin at 9:30 am at the K of morial Service at Riverside Cemetery be-
C Hall and will be followed by the Boy ginning at 11:00 am with special guest The stage is decorated with red, We will never forget.
Scout Troop 63 Pancake meal. speaker, Mr. J. B. Orendorff followed by white and blue bunting, and the flow-
a decorated bicycle judging and a picnic ers bloom around the speakers and
BRYAN style lunch at the Dane Michael Veter- veterans who are gathered at the front
ans Center. of the crowd.
The Bryan VFW is the lead organiza-
tion for the Memorial Day event in Bryan Free Admission The Honorable Judge James Bar-
this year. ber and DeFord Schwall lead the cer-
PETTISVILLE emony that includes posting of the col-
Participants will begin gathering be- ors and The National Anthem played
hind the Goodwill store at 9 a.m. with 11 am ceremony at the Pettisville by the Wauseon Marching Band, the
the parade set to begin around 9:15 a.m. Cemetery with speaker General Jeffrey Pledge of Allegiance, recognition of the
The parade will travel down State Route Kruse a 1986 Pettisville graduate. Kruse veterans and their service, presenta-
15 to Fountain Grove Cemetery. was nominated as a Brigadier General tion of Americanism Medals, recognition
and confirmed by the U. S. Senate on of Gold Star Mothers, recitations of "In
At the cemetery, festivities will be em- March 27, 2015. He was confirmed by Flanders Field" and "The Gettysburg Ad-
ceed by Gary Feeney, VFW Post Com- the Senate for his second star on March dress," singing by the Wauseon Chorale,
mander. Mayor Doug Johnson will wel- 27, 2017. According to the Air Force the oration by the guest speaker, Billy
come attendees. web site, Maj. Gen. Jeffrey A. Kruse is
the Director for Intelligence, U.S. Pacific VETERANS OF
The Bryan High School Marching Command. In this role he serves as the WILLIAMS COUNTY
Band will perform the National Anthem Senior Intelligence Officer in the Asia-
and the Boy Scouts will lead the Pledge Pacific region and is responsible for the Do you need help with VA claims
of Allegiance. planning, coordination and execution of or financial assistance?
intelligence operations across the 36-na-
Jeanne Mcnett will place the MIA/ tion theater. General Kruse was com- The Veterans Services Office
POW flag. missioned through ROTC at Miami Uni- is here to serve you!
versity, Oxford, Ohio. His career spans
Invocation and benediction will be leadership and command positions at Call 419-636-8812 for an appointment
given by Jerry Spallings. the tactical, operational and strategic lev-
els in Air Force and Joint assignments. The Williams County
Presentation of wreaths will be per- He has commanded operational Intelli- Veterans Service
formed by Mothers of Veterans, Re- gence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Commission
nee Dishong; VFW Auxiliary, Jody units from squadron through wing level,
Schlachter; Sons of AMVETS, Doug to include leading ISR operations in sup- Veterans helping Veterans since 1886
Cargle; AMVET Auxiliary, Holly Smith; port of Air Force and Joint Special Op-
American Legion Auxiliary, Tracy Met- erations, and serving as the Commander Visit our website
tert and Sons of the American Legion, of the 480th ISR Wing directing global
David Lupien. Air Force ISR operations in support of www.co.williams.oh.us
combat-engaged warfighters around the
The guest speaker will be Nick Hill world. The “Circle of Excellence” Award
and Taps will be performed by Laura he will receive is designed to honor dis-
Manon. tinguished accomplishments” by P.H.S.
graduates. He will be the first recipient
DELTA of this new award. He was nominated
in 2015 for this award by Roger Rupp
The parade begins at 9:30 a.m. at Me- of Rupp Seeds, who will assist with the
morial Hall at the corner of Wood and presentation.
Main streets. The parade will be led by
high school marching band. The process PIONEER
will go down Main to Adrian Street at
Greenlawn Cemetery. Legion Veterans travel to Agnew Cem-
etery by Merry Lake at 9:30. Parade be-
Ceremonies at the cemetery with gins at 10:30 a.m. at the North Central
guest speaker Jay Lefebvre of Delta Local School and marches State Street
School. There will be a vocal soloist and to the Floral Grove cemetery at 11 a.m.
Taps will be performed. Small flags will Speaker Nick Hill and performance by
be handed out to spectators. the North Central High School Band.
Meet at John D. Smith Memorial Yackee-Strong Memorial Stryker
American Legion Post at 9:45. Parade to American Legion Post #60
the Maple Grove Cemetery for a 10:00
ceremony. In case of rain, program will Breakfast 7-9:30 a.m.
be held at the town hall gymnasium. Parade starts at 10:00 am going from
the Stryker High School to the cemetery
EDON where a ceremony will take place with a
special speaker at 11 am.
The Edon Memorial Day Service will
start in Columbia Cemetery at 9 am for WAUSEON
service. Traveling then to Blakeslee for
a service at about 9:40 am. From there The Memorial Day events are a joint
they will move to Edon for a parade that production of the Wauseon American
starts from downtown and moves to the Legion and VFW posts. Parade begins
cemetery. Service to start about 11 am at 9:30 a.m. at the Firehouse and pro-
with speaker Skyler Engel, a reading ceeds down West Elm Street from Clin-
of the Gettysburg Address, the Honor ton Street to the Union Cemetery.
Guard Salute, and songs from the Edon
High School Band including TAPS. Families and guests gather along the
parade route watching the Honor Guard,
FAYETTE the Wauseon High School Band, Boy
Scouts, and cars carrying dignitaries as
Fayette's march to the cemetery lead they pass toward the cemetery. The Boy
by Fayette Post 143 of the American Le- Scouts hand out American Flags and
gion will begin at the stoplight at 10:00 programs for the service at the cemetery.
The public gathers in the open space
Fayette Schools Superintendent Eric next to the Wauseon Mausoleum.
Belcher will be the speaker, the Fayette
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2 - Memorial Day Tribute THE VILLAGE REPORTER Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
Archbold Senior Future PlansBRANDONYODERETHAN YOUNG ALYSSA ZIEGLER
Emma Courtney Ad- Rachel Elizabeth Fritz is the daughter of Russ Wesleyan University with a Levi Jacob Strawn is Writing and Journalism.
ams is the daughter of Nick is the daughter of Kevin and Dorothy Lambert. She major in Nursing. the son of James and Kristy Andrew Wyse is the son
and Wendy Adams. She and Johanna Fritz. She plans on attending the Uni- Strawn. He plans on at-
is planning on attending plans on going to Northwest versity of Toledo with a ma- Maura Jeanna Riley is tending a 4 year college. of Keith and Nicci Wyse.
Northwest State Commu- State Community College jor in Nursing. the daughter of Phillip and He plans on working as a
nity College. and then transferring for Kristin Riley. She plans on Lynne Marie Stuckey is dealer and owning his own
RN Nursing. MeKenna Bopha Lantz attending University of In- the daughter of David and shop.
Elijah Xavier Alvarado is the daughter of Dawn dianapolis to get a degree Crissi Stuckey. She plans
is the son of Adrian Alvara- Marissa Paige Fryman and Wendell Lantz. She so she can be a Physical on going to Defiance Col- Morgan Olivia Wyse is
do and Maxine Leyva. He is the daughter of Jeff and plans on attending Olivet Therapist Assistant. lege. the daughter of David and
plans on attending North- April Fryman. She is plan- Nazarene University with a Wendy Wyse. She plans on
west State Community Col- ning on attending Ivy Tech major in Social work and Gerardo Robles is the McKenna Lynae’ going to Northwest State
lege with a major in Electri- Community College with a to get her Master’s in Guid- son of Martha Robles. He Towns is the daughter of Community College for
cal. major in Nursing. ance Counseling. plans on going to college. Lisa and Steve Towns. She Plastics and Mechanical
plans on attending Hills- Engineering.
Eliza Marie Avers is Itzayana Gaona is the Malinda Rae Lugbill is Sean Rocha is the son dale College with Political
the daughter of Tom and daughter of Alredo and Leo the daughter of Jon and Deedra Hernandez. He Science. Rachelle Wyse is the
Brenda Avers. She plans Gaona. She plans on at- Dawn Lugbill. She plans on plans on getting a job. daughter of Cheryl Wyse.
on going to Northwest State tending a 4 year college to attending Calvin College to Jaruphat Ungwitoonsa- She plans on going to
Community College then get a Bachelor’s degree in get her Master’s in Speech Emily Sue Roth is the tit is the daughter of Kasey Northwest State Communi-
transferring to Bowling Zoology. Pathology. daughter of Wynn and Kar- and Josh Grime. She plans ty College for one year then
Green State University. She la Roth. She plans on at- on going to college. to Owens Community Col-
is undecided on her major. Lise Lorgen Gloppholm Noah Mattin is the son tending Bethel College with lege for two years for Culi-
is the daughter of Wendy of Matt and Kelly Mattin. a major in Nursing. She Audrey Lynn Uytten- nary.
Sara Grace Bilen is the and Steven Ponce. She is He plans on attending Ohio eventually wants to get her hove is the daughter of Sta-
daughter of Sheridan and planning on going to college Northern University with a Nurse Practitioner License. cy and Eric Lichtenwald, Rebekah Wyse is the
Rita Bilen. She plans on at- in Norway. major in Mechanical Engi- and Justin Uyttenhove. daughter of Cheryl Wyse.
tending Lipscomb Universi- neering. He plans on wres- Levie Lowell Rufenacht She plans on attending col- She plans on attending
ty with a major of Environ- Dominga Gomez is the tling while he attends. is the son of Doug and lege in South Carolina with Northwest State Com-
mental and Sustainability daugther of Benjamin and Dawn Rufenacht. He plans a major in Psychology. munity College for 1 year
Science. Anna Gomez. She is plan- Morgan Ryan Miller is on attending Ohio State then transferring to Bowl-
ning on attending North- the daughter of Ryan and University with a major in Kimberly Vorasane is ing Green State University
Gerson Levi Calderon west State Community Col- Lori Miller. She plans on Computer Science and En- the daughter of Thavone for her Bachelor’s degree
is the son of Blanca and lege. attending the University gineering. and Vankham Vorasane. to become a Medical Social
Oscar Calderon. He plans of Cincinnati and taking She plans on attending the Worker.
on attending Northwest Rebecca Marie Grieser courses in an Exploratory Jereme Rupp is the son University of Toledo with a
State Community College is the daughter of Rachel Program. of Steve and Chris Rupp. major in Business Admin- Kylie Prince Yocco is
to major in Nursing. and Pete Grieser. She plans He plans on going to Mercy istration. the daugther of Carrie Son-
on attending Northwest Kegan Ott is the son of College for EMT and Para- nenberg and Dana Yocco.
Levi Carmody is the State Community College Chris and Becky Ott. He medic License. Christian Dean Waid- She plans on attending
son of Josh and Laurie Car- with a major in Radiology. plans on attending Grace elich is the son of Gary and Kent State University.
mody. He plans on attend- College and Seminary ma- Lucas Rupp is the son Mary Waidelich. He plans
ing UNOH for Diesel Me- Selene Gonzalez Guti- joring in Ministry and In- of Brad and Julia Rupp. He on attending Northwest Brandon Luke Yoder is
chanics. errez is the daughter of En- tercultural Studies. plans on attending Taylor State Community College the son of Ray and Lori Yo-
rique Gonzalez and Claudia University and take over for 2 years. der. He plans on joining the
Hudson Quinn Childs Gutierrez. She plans on go- Kyle Joshua Ott is the the family business (Lauber U.S. Army.
is the son of Mike and Dan- ing to Nursing school for 4 son of Chris and Becky Ott. Insurance). Jonah Daniel Waid-
ielle Childs. He plans on at- years and moving to Chi- He plans on working for elich is the son of Ron and Ethan Davis Young is
tending Taylor University. cago. Miller Brothers Construc- Alyssa Ann Salinas is Julie Waidelich. He plans the son of Bonita Young. He
tion. the daughter of Tina and on attending Northwest plans on joining the work-
Alexander Cline is the Jaryd James Hobbs is Jerry Salinas. She plans on State Community College. force.
son of Eric and Deb Cline. the son of Emily Suzzanne Gabriel Pantoja is the attending Northwest State
He plans on attending the and Chad Everrette Hobbs. son of Gloria and Jose San- Community College for Toby Lee Walker is the Alyssa Brianna Ziegler
University of Toledo for Ac- He plans on going to Fer- doval. He plans on entering Surgical Technology. son of Greg and Kim Walk- is the daughter of Brian
counting and to obtain a ris State University for Me- the workforce. er. He plans on attending and Tobi Ziegler. She plans
graduate degree in Law. chanical Engineering Tech- Jillian Elizabeth Sch- Mount Vernon Nazarene on majoring in Nursing and
nologies and then 2 years MaKayla Ann Patter- weitzer is the daughter University and play Base- playing softball at Lourdes
Sydney Grace Cobb is at Chrysler Engineering son is the daughter of Kylie of Mark and Jackie Sch- ball. He is majoring in University.
the daughter of Adam and Program. Patterson. She plans on at- weitzer. She plans on at- Sports Management with
Jennifer Cobb. She plans tending Indiana Wesleyan tending Rudae’s Cosmetol- a minor in Financial Advi-
on attending Bluffton Uni- Scott Riley Holland is for Nursing. ogy School. sory.
versity to major in Chemis- the son of Heather Medrc-
try and Biology. wski and Terry Holland. Richard Charles Payne Alexander Philip Short Camden James
He plans on attending the Jr. is the son of Theresa is the son of Brad and Ra- Warncke is the son of Tony
Jayden W.L. D’Angelo University of Toledo with a Payne. He plans on getting chel Short. He plans on at- and Missy Warncke. He
is the daughter of Jodi major in Psychology. an Accounting Degree. tending Ohio State Univer- plans on attending the Uni-
D’Angelo. She plans on sell- sity majoring in Mechanical versity of Cincinnati with a
ing arts and working free Ozzie Juarez is the son Noah Aaron Quinta- Engineering as part of the major in Mechanical Engi-
lance. of Jessica Izaguirre and nilla is the son of Melissa OSU STFM Exploration and neering.
Gary Corlew. His plan for Vershum and Baldo Quin- Engagement Scholar’s Pro-
Dominique Isabel Dale the future is to let everyone tanilla. He plans on at- gram. DeQuean Tyreek War-
is the daughter of Michelle know what he has planned tending Northwest State ren is the son or Terri Gate-
Beck and Richard Dale. when he figures it out. Community College with a Cameron Andrew Short wood. He plans on working
She plans on working at major in Criminal Justice. is the son of Stan and Sue at Sauder.
Sauders, then eventually Kyle Edward Kinsey is Short. He plans on attend-
going to college for Social the son of Wes and Michelle Ian Radabaugh is the ing Ashland University Austin Matthew Welch
Work. Kinsey. He plans on attend- son of Keith and Lillian to become a Government is the son of Matt and Dani-
ing UNOH. Radabaugh. He plans on teacher. elle Welch. He plans on at-
Peyton Lou Dickman attending Eastern Ken- tending the University of
is the daughter of Lisa and Caroline Grace Kins- tucky University. Mackenzie Claire Cincinnati with a major in
Norm Dickman. She plans man is the daughter of Al- Short is the daughter of Sports Management.
on working full time at lan and Donna Kinsman. Sydney Nichole Ran- Michael and Jessica Short.
Sauders and will keep do- She plans on working as zau is the daughter of Todd She plans on attending the Amber Ann Wendt is
ing online classes. well as hopes to pursue a and Christi Ranzau. She University of Cincinnati the daughter of Dean and
career in Photography. plans on attending Otter- with a major in Mechanical Peggy Wendt. She plans on
Delanie Driver is the bein University with a ma- Engineering. working for a year or at-
daughter of Dennis and Paige Alexis Kovnesky jor in Athletic Training. Michael Ryan Short is tending to college for Ani-
Amy Driver. She plans on is the daughter of Jill and the son of Ryan and Sarah mation or Illustration.
attending Jefferson New Jon Kovnesky. She plans Kierstyn Bailey Repp Short. He plans on attend-
York College. on attending the University is the daughter of Michael ing Bluffton University to Austin Michael Wilson
of Missouri with a Full-Ride and Jodi Repp. She plans major in IT. is the son of Mike and Lisa
Elijah Matthew Esqui- Athletic Scholarship with a on attending IPFW with a Wilson. He plans on going
bel is the son of Josie Cam- major in Bio-Chemistry. major in Business and she Savannah Grace Short to Bowling Green State Uni-
pos and Benny Esquibel. plans on playing Basketball is the daughter of Todd versity with a major in Fi-
He plans on attending Mer- Isabel Krieger is the while attending. Short. She plans on attend- nance and Accounting.
cy College to obtain EMT/ daughter of Doug and ing the University of Toledo.
Paramedic Certificates. Shannon Krieger. She Danessa Sarai Reyes Jonathan Andrew
plans on attending Ander- is the daughter of Edward Wood is the son of Richard
Isaiah Esquibel is the son University with a major and Letty Reyes. She plans Nicholas Andrew Smith and Sheri Wood. He plans
son of Josie and Benny Es- in Nursing. on attending Northwest is the son of Kim Langen- on attending Northwest
quibel. He plans on attend- State Community College derfer. He plans to getthis State Community College
ing the University of Toledo Brennen Todd Kruse with a major in Respiratory certification in basic EMT, with a major in Criminal
with a major in Business. is the son of Kim and Todd Therapy part time and to join the military, retire, and Justice.
Kruse. He plans on possibly work at Sauder’s part time. live.
Jack Andrew Fisher is going to the Military or go- Jonah Miles Wukotich
the son of Vern and Rose- ing back and finishing col- Lexa Bree Richardson Darby Stevens is the is the son of Robyn Veni-
mary Fisher. He plans on lege. is the daughter of Sybil daughter of Jan Wyse. She er and Joel Wukotich. He
attending Bethel with a fo- and Cory Richardson. She plans on attending Whea- plans on attending Witten-
cus on Christian Ministry. Julia Marie Lambert plans on attending Indiana ton College with a double berg University for Creative
major in Art and Ministry.
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Presenting The Graduating Class Of 2017
Evergreen High School
Evergreen Class Of 2017 NotablesSeventy-eight graduates from the Evergreen Lynn Jennings, Mallory Janette Jones, Alexis Lee
class of 2017 will receive their diplomas on Sunday, Karl, Savannah Maureen Karl, Amelia Grace
May 28 at 2:00 p.m. in the Evergreen High School Kennedy, Catherine Rose Krempec, Nathaniel Evergreen’s Class of 2017 is one of the smallest class-
gymnasium. Thomas Krohn, Lillian Angela Kuszmaul, Olivia es to move through the school which has led them to be-
A Gerber Daisy is the class flower; and "Dream as Anne LeRoux, Carl J. Louy, Jessica Lee Makula, come what they describe as a “weird little family”. The
if you’ll live forever, Live as if you’ll die today,” by Brianna Nicole Mallory, Trey Michael Malosh,
James Dean is the class motto. Lauren Anne Mayhugh, Camron James McKown, class has overcome a multitude of challenges including
Kayla Anne Miller, Jonathan Edward Milliken, the changes in the elementary school, a new principal,
Co-Valedictorians for this year are Stacia Tietje and Cassandra Victoria Earlene Moore, Sydni Alexis and new technology.
Kaitlyn Willson. Alyssa Noe is Salutatorian. The top Myers, Lindsey Marie Newell, Landon Cory Niles,
Four County Career Center student is Brianna Mallory. Alyssa N. Noe, Tyler Alan Noe, Lauren Ashley The class notes that their biggest accomplishment is
Overfield, Abby Grace Pennington, Teagen Scott graduating. Their quiz team also came in 45th in the na-
The members of the Evergreen class of 2017 are Pinkelman, Michael John Pupos, Sergio Reyna, Jr., tion. Additionally, Jared Farher also qualified for state
Jayden Stephen Adamczewski, Mikayla Ann Ball, Amber Sue Roe, Alyson Hope Salsberry, James in wrestling. The girls basketball team also made it to
Jacob Daniel Beer, Jessica Lin Berger (Social Grad), Joseph Savage, Leah Madison Schwan, Alexis Lynn districts.
Dillon Andrew Bick, Austin Matthew Blanton, Gage Shipman, Giovanni Damico Silvestri, Megan Riley
Allen Brown, Lindsay Marie Burroughs, Devin Simon, Nickolas Ray Simon, Delaney Claire Smith, The Class of 2017 advises underclassmen to manage
Robert Butts, Lindsay Alicia Carr, Christopher Tyler Devon Thompson, Stacia Nicole Tietje, Angela their time and “don’t party your life away; life goes by
Adrian Carrington, Jenna Alison Christlieb, Austin Magdelyn Valerio, Adam M. Vandesande, Phoenix faster than you think.”
Tyler Cobb, Kelly Anne Condon, Evan Scott Conrad, Joseph VanOstrand, Kaitlyn Renee Willson,
Isiah Dominique Crooks, Ian Alexander Davoll, Courtney Leigh Wilson and Anthony James Wolfe. The Class hopes to be remembered as being kind and
Katelyn Elizabeth Dickens (Social grad), Lucas Alan Photos were not available for the following individu- welcoming to underclassmen. They would also like the
Ducat, Leticia Leigh Dunham, Ryan Christian als: Christopher Adrian Carrington, Brianna public to know that they have had their differences and
Eckhardt, Jacob Matthew Eisel, Jared Scott Fahrer, Mallory, Camron McKown, Amber Sue Roe, and their fights, but they have come together and grown a
Rachel Lynn Finney, Katelyn Nicole Fletcher, Megan Tyler Thompson. lot throughout high school. Members of the class will all
Marie Floyd, Heidi Lynn Fritsch, Andrew E. Greene, miss one another as they have very much become a sec-
Jamie L. Hausknecht, Kyra Linnea Hein, Chase ond family to one another.
Lewis Hensley, Nicholas Robert Joel Hudik, Gabrielle
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY DELANEY SMITH,
Evergreen Seniors’ Future Plans CLASSVICEPRESIDENT
Jayden Stephen Adamczewski is the son of Rachel Lynn Finney is the daughter of Tracy and Randy Moore. She plans on going to the University of
Courtney and Steve Adamczewski. He plans on going to Dennis Finney. She plans on attending the University Toledo to become a Pediatric Nurse.
the University of Toledo to get a degree in Business. of Toledo with a major in Education.
Sydni Myers is the daughter of Steve and Vicki
Mikayla Ball is the daughter of Greg Ball and Mindy Megan Marie Floyd is the daughter of Chris Floyd Myers. She plans on attending Kent State University to
Allion. She plans on attending Defiance College to study and Brad Blesing. She plans on attending the University major in Chemistry.
Athletic Training as well as continue her softball career. of Toledo with a major in Early Childhood Education.
Lindsey Newell is the daughter of Linda and David
Jacob Beer is the son of Portia and Karl Beer. He Heidi Fritsch is the daughter of Jim and Lisa Newell. She plans on attending Kent State University
plans on attending Owens Community College. Fritsch. She plans to attend the University of Toledo. for Managerial Marketing.
Jessica Berger is the daughter of Julie and Tony Jamie L. Hausknecht is the daughter of Steven Alyssa Noe is the daughter of Bev and Kevin Noe.
Berger. She plans on continuing in the workforce. Hausknecht and Barbara Emanual. She plans to go to She plans on attending Ohio State University to major
Owens Community College then transfer to Bowling in Biomedical Engineering.
Dillion Andrew Bick is the son of Kim and Andrew Green State University to major in Criminal or Clinical
Bick. He plans on “festering on his plans”. Psychology. Lauren Ashley Overfield is the daughter of Dan and
Kelly Overfield. She plans on attending Lourdes
Gage Allen Brown is the son of Jeff and Carrie Kyra Linnea Hein is the daughter of Linda and University and majoring in Pre-Veterinary Science.
Brown. He plans on attending the University of Toledo Steve Hein. She plans on attending Owens Community
to become a Music Teacher. College for Dental Hygiene. Abby Pennington is the daughter of Todd and Karen
Pennington. She plans on attending Ohio State
Lindsay Burroughs is the daughter of Darren and Nicholas Robert Joel Hudik is the son of Jerry and University to study Speech Pathology.
Kelly Burroughs. She plans on attending Northwest Jenny Hudik. He plans on attending the University of
State Community College for the Pre-Kindergarten Toledo with a major in Secondary Education. Teagen Pinkelman is the son of Greg and Renee
Program. Pinkelman. He plans on attending Owens Community
Gabby Jennings is the daughter of Steve and Diane College to become a Firefighter.
Devin Butts is the son of Robert and Michelle Butts. Jennings. She plans on attending Owens Community
He plans on attending college. College for EMT and Firefighting, as well as the Michael John Pupos is the son of John Pupos and
University of Toledo for Nursing to hopefully become a Kris Dewey. He plans on joining the Ohio Air National
Lindsay Alicia Carr is the daughter of Stew and Lori Life Flight Nurse. Guard and eventually attend Bowling Green State
Carr. She plans on attending Ohio University to study University to become a Social Studies Teacher.
Physical Therapy. Mallory Jones is the daughter of Tina and Curt
Jones. She plans on attending Ohio University to study Alyson Salsberry is the daughter of Mary Kay and
Christopher Adrian Carrington is the daughter of Communication. Robert Husleins. She plans on attending the University
Melissa Vaculik. He plans on working construction and of Toledo with a major in Early Childhood Education.
going to college for Electrical. Alexis Karl is the daughter of Tonya Braun. She
plans on joining the workforce. James Savage is the son of Mary and James Savage.
Jenna Alison Christlieb is the daughter of Paula He plans on joining the workforce.
and Craig Christlieb. She plans on attending the Savannah Karl is the daughter of Tonya Braun. She
University of Toledo with a major in Nursing. plans on joining the workforce. Leah Madison Schwan is the daughter of Becky and
Phil Schwan. She plans on attending Miami University
Austin Cobb is the son of Theodor and Lori Cobb. Amelia Grace Kennedy is the daughter of Michael to get a degree in Choral Music Education.
He plans on staying around the Toledo area or Southern and Tracy Kennedy. She plans on attending the
Michigan and be a conductor for Norfolk Southern of University of Toledo for the Nursing Program. Alexis Lynn Shipman is the daughter of Jeff and
CSX. Brynn Shipman. She plans on attending the University
Catherine Rose Krempec is the daughter of David of Toledo with a major in Nursing.
Kelly Anne Condon is the son of Keith and Karen and Christina Krempec. She plans on joining the
Condon. She plans on attending the University of National Guard. Goranni Damico Silvestri is the son of Amy Silvestri
Toledo with a major in Nursing. and Toni Silvestri. He plans on attending the University
Nathaniel Thomas Krohn is the son of Tim and of Toledo to become a teacher.
Evan Scott Conrad is the son of Scott and Jenny Tina Krohn. He plans on attending Owens Community
Conrad. He plans on attending the University of College. Megan Riley Simon is the daughter of JP and Carol
Northwestern Ohio in Lima, Oh where he will major in Simon. She plans on attending the University of Findlay
Agribusiness. After college, she plans to return home as Olivia LeRoux is the daughter of Charles and Laura to major in Animal Science with a specialization in Pre
a partner in the family farm. LeRoux. She plans on attending Miami University with Vet.
a major in Psychology and a specialization in Pre-Law.
Isiah Crooks is the son of Lisa and Brad Crooks. He Delaney Smith is the daughter of Scott and Susan
plans on working in the Security Field. Carl Louy is the son of Thomas Louy. He plans on Smith. She plans on attending Ohio University with a
attending UNOH with a major in IT Administration and major in Communications and Media Studies.
Katie Elizabeth Dickens is the daughter of Beth IT Security.
Ann and Glenn Charles Dickens. She plans on going to Stacia Tietje is the daughter of Mike and Lisa Tietje.
Four County. Jessica Makula is the daughter of Debra and John She plans on attending Ashland University with a major
Makula. She plans on continuing to work. in Dietetics.
Lucas Ducat is the son of Leonard and Anna Ducat.
He plans on attending Northwest State Community Brianna Mallory is the daughter of Hollie and Chad Angela Magdelyn Valerio is the daughter of Gary
College, “go into a little bit of debt and live life”. Mallory. She plans on attending the International and Julie Valerio. She plans on attending the University
Business College with a major in Veterinary Technician. of Toledo.
Leticia Dunham is the daughter of Letha Jasso. She
will be working at Smart Style. Trey Michael Malosh is the son of Todd Malosh and Phoenix Joseph VanOstrand is the son of Angie
Tiffany May. He plans on working. and Joe VanOstrand. He plans on attending the
Ryan Eckhardt is the son of Christin Eckhardt. He University of Toledo with a major in Environmental
plans on attending Bowling Green State University to Lauren Anne Mayhugh is the daughter of Katrina Engineering.
get a Bachelor of Musical Arts with a minor in Music Mayhugh. She plans on becoming a Video Game
Technology. Designer. Kaitlyn Renee Willson is the daughter of Paul
Wilson and Cynthia DeBacker. She plans on attending
Jacob Eisel is the son of Wendy Laver and Tim Jonathan Edward Milliken is the son of Myndi and Trine University with a major in Forensic Science.
Eisel. He plans on attending UNOH with a major in Kevin Milliken. He plans on attending the College of
Network Administration. Wouster to study Biomedical Engineering and play foot- Courtney Leigh Wilson is the daughter of Wendy
ball. Wilson. She plans on attending Owens Community
Jared Fahrer is the son of Scott and Amy Fahrer. He College to be an Ultrasound Tech.
plans on joining the workforce. Cassandra Moore is the daughter of Nicole and
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