Henrietta Marie Deibel

Henrietta Marie Trick

Born: March 20, 1929
Died: December 15, 2011

TRICK, Henrietta Marie (nee Deibel), 82, of Dayton, passed away Thursday December 15, 2011. She was born in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on March 20, 1929 to Walter & Florence (Muth) Deibel. Henrietta was a member of St. Rita Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary, Fr. Kuhlman Assembly, the Friendship Bowling League and the Leisure Club. She was a licensed foster parent with Catholic Social Services for over 20 years, caring for more than 70 children. Preceded in death by her brother & sister-in-law, Walter & Ann Deibel. Survived by her beloved husband of over 54 years, Herman; 3 daughters & sons-in-law, Margaret Marie Bell (Gerry), Rita Ann Canty (Mike), Florence Louise Trick; 4 sons & daughters-in-law, Herman Joseph, Jr. (Barbara), Francis Joseph (Melissa), Peter John (Cindy), Robert James Trick (Diana); 13 grandchildren & 1 great grandchild; 1 brother & sister-in-law, Charles Deibel (Marge); numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews, many friends. Prayers 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011, at the GEORGE C. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, “Northridge Chapel,” 5040 Frederick Pike at Needmore Road, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. at St. Rita Catholic Church, 5401 N. Main St., Dayton. Fr. William O’Donnell, celebrant.Interment Calvary Cemetery. The family will receive friends 4-8 p.m. Monday at the George C. Martin Funeral Home. If desired, memorials may be made to St. Rita Church.

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Bertrand Barry Heckel


Bertrand Barry Heckel, age 88, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away on Sunday, December 29th, 2013.

He was preceded in death by his Father Adam and Mother Finola, and sister Eileen Kastner. He is survived by his beloved wife Mary; his sister Roberta Trick; his son Tom and wife Pam; daughter Ann Sommer and husband Rob; daughter Jane McDaniel; son John and wife Linda; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

As a young man, he attended the prestigious Latin School in Dayton. In 1943, he enlisted in the Navy and served as an officer aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Croatan. After the war he graduated from the University of Dayton and The Harvard Business School, returning to Dayton to begin a career at The Rike Kumler Company. There he rose quickly through the executive ranks to become Executive Vice President. In 1970 he resigned from Rikes to pursue a life long dream of teaching. He enjoyed a 28-year career at Sinclair Community College as a professor of Marketing and Management.

After his faith, Bert’s family was most important to him, especially his wife Mary, to whom he was married 63 years. A long time parishioner at St. Albert the Great parish, for many years he went to daily mass with his wife. He actively bore witness to his faith.

Funeral services will be private. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery in Dayton.

Family will receive friends from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Thursday, January 2, 2014 at Routsong Funeral Home, 2100 E. Stroop Road, Kettering, Ohio.

Donations may be sent to St. Albert the Great parish in Kettering, Ohio or Hospice of Dayton.

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Victor Robert Schoen, age 74, of Maryville, died Sunday night, February 15, after a brief illness.
He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1929 and received a B.A. degree from Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio in 1950 and a Master of Music degree from Indiana University in 1952. He
received the Performance Certificate from the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria in 1954. With his
pianist wife Sallie, he was an Associate Professor of Music at Maryville College from 1954
through 1994. His honors and awards include the Ford Foundation Asian Studies Seminars, the
National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship (Chinese), a Mellon Foundation Faculty
Development Grant (Composition), the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer
Seminar (Japanese Theater Music), and the New Music Festival XIV (Guest Composer). An
accomplished composer, his published works include choral pieces, chamber music, piano solos,
and an organ prelude. His ballet, The Dancing Princesses, was performed by the Appalachian
Ballet Company. He also appeared for many years in the role of Herr Drosselmeyer in their
annual production of The Nutcracker. A longtime communicant of St. Andrew’s Episcopal
Church in Maryville, Victor was active in several local organizations. He served on the Cultural
Subcommittee of the Blount County Sister City Organization, was a board member of the Evelyn
Miller Young Pianist Series, Volunteer Advisory Council member of the Knoxville Museum of
Art, KMA Guild member, and loyal supporter of and volunteer for both the Knoxville Symphony
Orchestra and the Knoxville Opera Company. Victor was also a member of the East TN Jazz
Society, a self-described ”lazy gardener,” and an award-winning gourmet cook who contributed
his gifts to the KSO Elegant Dining, and enjoyed entertaining throughout his life.

Following his retirement from Maryville College, Victor traveled to such countries as China,
Egypt, Hungary, Russia, Greece, and Thailand. His lifelong love of music and the arts, especially
opera, was evident in his many trips to Atlanta, Nashville, Santa Fe, and New York opera
performances. He was a member of The Metropolitan Opera Guild.

He was preceded in death by his parents Victor Hugo Schoen and Rose Kiss Schoen, his wife of
41 years Sallie Warth Schoen, and sister Louise Kruse.

Survivors include sister Marguerite Carpenter of Anderson, South Carolina; daughter Suzanne
Vest and husband Bobby of Augusta, Georgia, daughter Lydia Schoen of Knoxville, and
daughter Emily Kiss Schoen of Knoxville; nephews John, Robert, and Victor Carpenter; nieces
Margo Allen and Betsey Kassen; devoted friend Rick Russell of Knoxville; and a diverse
community of beloved friends.

A memorial service will be held this Saturday, February 21st, at 4 pm at St. Andrew’s Episcopal
Church, 314 West Broadway in Maryville, with receiving of friends to follow at the family home
on Mark Lane, Maryville. McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to the
Knoxville Museum of Art, the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, the Knoxville Opera Company,
and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Maryville.

McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home   982-6812

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Sterling H. Schoen

Schoen: Founder of consortium

Sterling H. Schoen, Ph.D., professor emeritus of management for the John M. Olin School of Business, died Saturday, Nov. 20, 1999, at Missouri Baptist Medical Center after suffering a heart attack. He was 81.

From 1950 until he retired in 1988, Schoen was a professor of management for the Graduate School of Business, named the Olin School in 1988. He taught courses in organizational behavior and labor relations, among others.

In the early 1960s Schoen realized that business schools could take a more active and constructive role in promoting equal opportunity employment, and, toward that goal, he founded the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management in 1966. It offers full merit-based scholarships to minority students in MBA programs. Begun with three universities, Washington University included, the consortium has grown to include nine other major universities.

Funds for scholarships were raised by Schoen and many consortium board members from private corporations, foundations and resources of member schools. He directed the consortium until 1980, when he returned to full-time teaching. Since the organization’s founding, it has brought more than 3,000 minority men and women into the ranks of American business management.

Schoen was the co-author of several textbooks, and he served as a management consultant to companies such as Mallinckrodt and Monsanto Co., as well as the U.S. Civil Service Commission. He was named Man of the Year by the Association for the Integration of Management in 1976; he was recognized for Distinguished Service and Leadership by the consortium in 1991 and chosen as 1998 Teacher of the Year by the University’s MBA students.

Schoen, who lived in St. Louis, was born in Daggett, Mich., and reared in Des Peres, Wis. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics (magna cum laude) from Lawrence College (now University) in Appleton, Wis.; a master’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin in Madison; and both a master’s of business administration degree in management (with distinction) and a doctoral degree in management from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was active in many professional, honorary and social organizations.

He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Patricia Schoen; two sons, Chris Schoen of Canton, Ohio, and Richard Schoen of Evanston, Ill.; a daughter, Jennifer Jeffrey of Clayton; a sister, Norma Maxfield of Madison, Wis; and three grandchildren.

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Willian Schoen


SCHOEN William “Bill” Schoen, 64, of Grove City died Sunday April 15, 2001 at home. Member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. He was co owner of Camtronics Inc. and was a Korean War Veteran. Preceded in death by parents William and Lenore Schoen and son Brian Schoen. Survived by loving wife, Patricia; sons, Jaimie (Heidi) Schoen, William (Charla) Schoen, Collin (Trisha) Schoen and Derek (Chastity) Schoen; 10 grandchildren; sisters, Phyllis (Arnold) Grover and Pat (Elmer) Houdashelt; nieces and nephews. A mass of Christian burial will be held Thursday 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, where thefamily will receive friends 1 hour prior to mass in the vestibule of the church. Fr. John Swickard officiating. Interment UnionCemetery. Arrangements by SCHOEDINGER NORRIS CHAPEL, 3920 Broadway, Grove City. Contributions may be given to the church building fund in Williams’ memory.


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EDWARD J. SCHOEN, 83, of Port Richey died Tuesday at home. A native of Philadelphia, he moved to this area 10 years ago from North Lauderdale. He was a retired lithographer forCrown Cork and Seal Co., an Army veteran of World War II, and a member of St. James the Apostle Catholic Church in Port Richey and Veterans of Foreign Wars in Hudson. He is survived by his wife, Anne; a son, Edward Jr. of Port Richey; a daughter, Andree Larsen of Lambertville, N.J.; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
April 23, 1998

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Albert A Schoen

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Kenneth L. Schoen

Kenneth L. Schoen

Died: Sunday, April 04, 2010

Kenneth L. Schoen, 87, Elizabeth, died Sunday, April 4, 2010, at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services in New Albany.

Born Jan. 17, 1923, in Elizabeth, he was the son of the late Gustav and Dora Hussung Schoen.

He was a farmer, a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lanesville, the voters assembly and the Men’s club in the church, a former member of the Harrison County Parks Board, Harrison County school board and Harrison County Farm Bureau Credit Union Board and was a former Posey Township Trustee.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel L. Schoen, and a grandson, Eric Schoen.

Survivors include his companion, Deanie Houser of Elizabeth; four sons, Kevin Schoen of Dayton, Ohio, and Ronald, Russell and Richard Schoen, all of Elizabeth; four daughters, Elaine Allen of Shepherdsville, Ky., Karen Schoen of Lanesville, Diane Turner of Corydon and Denise McKnight of Elizabeth; three brothers, Darrell Schoen of Bellingham, Wash., Wilbur Schoen of New Albany and Marcell Schoen of Elizabeth; 19 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.

Visitation: Wednesday, April 7, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Thursday, April 8, after 9 a.m. at Gehlbach & Royse Funeral Home in Corydon.

Funeral: Thursday, April 8, at 11 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church south of Lanesville followed by burial in the church cemetery.

Officiant: Pastor Christopher Truelsen.

Pallbearers: Larry Hedden, Anthony Schoen, Scott Hutt, Rusty Crosier, Michael Schoen and Scott Nance.

Honorary pallbearer: Brad Turner.

The family suggests memorial gifts be made to either St. John’s Lutheran Church or the Alzheimer’s Association.

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News Death Notice

SCHOEN, John H. 66, of Lewisburg, OH, died Monday, March 25, 2013 at Heartland of Eaton. John was born on September 5, 1946 in Dayton, OH. John retired from Norgren, formerly known as, Mosier in Brookville, Ohio. Member of the Lewisburg Trailriders. Survived by his significant other, Debi Nuse of Lewisburg, OH; children, Todd Schoen of PA, Angela Little of New Lebanon, OH, John Schoen of PA and Brandy Schoen of Lewisburg, OH; sister, Betty Bacher of Kettering, OH; 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Celebration of Life will be held at 6:00 PM, Friday, March 29, 2013 at Barnes Funeral Home, 411 N. Commerce St., Lewisburg, OH. Family will receive friends on Friday, two hours prior to service at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent via www.barnesfuneralhome.com

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Cheri K. Smith

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SCHOEN, Cheri K. Smith (Pendley) age 65, of Washington Township, passed away May 25th, 2013. Cheri was born in Miamisburg, Ohio to Frank Kenneth and Vera Smith on June 19, 1947. She went to high school at Miamisburg High School and graduated in 1965. She went on to earn a degree in Education from the very first graduating class of Wright State University in 1970. She married in 1969 to Larry Pendley of Centerville for 19 years. She taught second grade at Weller Elementary in Centerville and substitute taught for Centerville City Schools. Cheri worked with the family business, Star City Paint and Decorating after teaching. She later had the opportunity to work as a medical secretary for surgeon Dr. Michael Keller at Sycamore Hospital for 18 years. In 2013, Cheri married her best friend William “Billy” Schoen. She was a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Kettering for 35 years as her faith was very important to her. She was an avid lover of nature and enjoyed spending time outdoors in the sunshine and picnics in the park. She enjoyed the arts, reading, playing cards, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends. Cheri loved and cherished being a Grandma (Mimi) to her two grandsons. To her friends and family and she was always ready to give or receive a great big hug and share her wisdom of life’s journey. Cheri is preceded in death by her parents, Frank Kenneth and Vera Smith of Miamisburg. Cheri is survived by her “rock” and partner, best friend and husband William Schoen, and her two daughters, Jennifer Pendley of Tucson, Arizona and Megan Papandreas and her husband Steve and grandsons John and Theodoros of Cleveland, Ohio. Cheri’s brother, Kent Smith of Tucson, Arizona and two sisters, Cynthia Naylor and her husband Ron of Tucson, Arizona and Annette Smith of Boca Raton, Florida. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews and the many great nieces and nephews. The family wishes to extend gratitude to Casa de la luz Hospice in Tucson, AZ and Marsha Tumblison, RN and friend of 60 years for their support in her final days. A special thank you to Dr. Michael Keller and his wife Tara and mother Carolyn for being her special “work family” and the endless medical support she needed on her journey. Thank you to the Dayton Cancer Center, Dr. Mark Romer and his staff Lisa and Rhonda for being both professional and providing true friendship. Also to her best girlfriends for life, Joyce Kirby, Anita Lamm, Patty Noffsinger, Louise Meckstroth, Nancy Clelland, Pat Ross, and Lynn Yonko. Thank you also to her sister-n-laws, Virginia Osburn, Nancy Santoro, Margaret Roark, and Linda Murphy for being like real sisters and thoughtful to the end. Cheri has inspired us by her sense of humor, zest for life, positive attitude, and her unwavering and relentless fight to stay here a little bit longer. She always said she was “living with cancer, not dying from it”. She has earned the biggest most beautiful wings in heaven, and for those of us who had the chance to know her, it was a gift just being in her presence. Friends may call from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 1st, 2013 at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME – FAR HILLS CHAPEL, 5471 Far Hills Ave. at Rahn Rd., Dayton, OH 45429, with the funeral service at 1:00 pm. Father James Manning officiating. Burial will follow at Hill Grove Cemetery in Miamisburg. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition at http://www.ovarian.org/. In Celebration of Life and her love of Hawii, it is Cheri’s wish that everyone wear colorful attire to her ceremony. Condolences may be sent to www.tobiasfuneralhome.com “Godspeed” – See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dayton/obituary.aspx?pid=165053170#sthash.ZtpG1Eqh.dpuf

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