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Lawrence M. RASEY
Ethel Elizabeth RICHARDS
Husband:  Lawrence M. RASEY
Birth:  12 Jan 1921, OH either in Pitt Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, or Chester Twp., Morrow Co., OH
Death:  20 Jun 1972, Marion General Hospital, Marion, Marion Co., OH
Father:  John Cornelius RASEY
Mother:  Mattie Rebecca MATTHEWS
Marriage:  1945
Wife:  Ethel Elizabeth RICHARDS
Birth:  2 Jun 1923, Green Camp, Marion Co., OH
Death:  14 Jul 2004, Community Healthcare Center, Marion, Marion Co., OH
Disposition:  buried Caledonia Cemetery, Caledonia, Claridon Twp., Marion Co., OH
Religion:  Baptist
Occupation:  homemaker, restaurateur
Other Spouse:  m2. 1981, Durward F. "Dee" BAKER (28 Jun 1926 - 3 Mar 1999)
Father:  Charles Joseph RICHARDS
Mother:  Susan Jennie/Jenny LOGSDON (1886- )
Children born in Marion Co., OH:
1.  John RASEY; m. Annette __?__; of Columbus
2.  Sandra RASEY; m. Bernard BROWN; of Marion
3.  Joyce RASEY; m. Mr. DeWITT; of Marion
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1.  Marriage Record:

2.  Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1958-2002 (online at Ancestry.com):
Name Lawrenc M Rasey
Gender Male
Age 51
Residence Marion County, Ohio
Date of Birth Est. 1921
Date of Death 20 Jan 1972
Place of Death Marion General Hospital,
Marion, Marion County
Marital Status Married
Race White
Autopsy Yes, used for certification
Certificate 006108
Certifier Physician

3.  SSDI:  Social Security Death Index (online at RootsWeb.com):
Name Birth Death Last Residence SSN Issued Post-em
Lawrence RASEY 12 Jan 1921 __ Jan 1972 43302 (Marion, Marion, OH) 280-12-3047 OH Yes
Ethel E BAKER 02 Jun 1923 14 Jul 2004 (V) 43302 (Marion, Marion, OH) 296-18-2749 OH Yes
Durward F BAKER 28 Jun 1926 03 Mar 1999 (V) 43302 (Marion, Marion, OH) 273-22-6271 OH No
(V) = (Verified) Report verified with a family member or someone acting on behalf of a family member.

4.  Anon.  Friday, 16 Jul 2004.  "Obituary: E. Elizabeth Rasey-Baker."  The Marion Star, Marion, OH (online at www.marionstarcom; indexed at Ancestry.com):
MARION -- E. Elizabeth Rasey-Baker, age 81, of 499 Delaware Ave., Marion, passed away Wednesday evening, July 14, 2004, at Community Healthcare Center in Marion. 

Elizabeth was born June 2, 1923, in Green Camp, the daughter of the late Charles and Jenny (Logsdon) Richards

She was a 1941 graduate of Pleasant High School and a member of the Grace Baptist Church.  She worked for many years as a waitress in the River Valley Stop at the intersection of Ohio 98 and Ohio 309, which she and her husband Lawrence operated from 1961 until 1979.  After moving into the Marion Towers, she volunteered in the craft room and store for several years. 

In 1945 she married Lawrence M. Rasey.  He preceded her in death in 1972.  She married Durward F. "Dee" Baker in 1981.  He passed away in 1999. 

Elizabeth is survived by her three children:  John (Annette) Rasey of Columbus; Sandra (Bernard) Brown of Marion; and Joyce DeWitt, also of Marion; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters. 

Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 17, 2004, at the Timson Allen & Melroy Funeral Home in Caledonia.  Interment will follow in Caledonia Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home where the family will receive them today from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. 

5.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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