The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 10

| PUBLIC RECORD Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Dawn Cheree Nelson of Coshocton vs. James Fisher Nelson Jr. of Coshocton Dissolutions None reported Marriages None to Report Death Notices J. Gary Trego, 84, of Frazeysburg, died Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019. Funeral services were held Th ursday, Feb. 21 at the Frazeysburg Chapel of Vensil and Chute Funeral Home. For more information, visit www.coshoctonbea- contoday.com. Al G. Lingo, 78, of Coshocton, died Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019. A cremation took place and a private family service was held. Th e Miller Funeral Home and Crematory served the family. For more information, visit www.themillerfu- neralhome.com. Mary L. Brink, 81, of West Lafayette, died Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019. Funeral services were held Th ursday, Feb. 21 at Free Funeral Home. For more infor- mation, visit www.freefuneralhome. com. Fern (Clark) Woodie, 93, of Coshocton, passed away on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. Funeral services were held Feb. 22, at Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home. For more information, visit www. given-dawson-paisleyfh.com. Doris Virginia (Kanuckel) Randles, 95, of Warsaw, died Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 22 at the Fischer Funeral Home. For more information, visit www. fi scherfuneralhome.com. Don Garn Warren passed away peace- fully on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at age 88. Calling hours were held Feb. 24 at Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home in Coshocton. For more information, visit www.given-dawson-paisleyfh. com. Edna A. Swartzentruber, 22, of Henderson, KY, formerly of Fresno, died Th ursday, Feb. 21, 2019. Funeral services will be held at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 1. Th e Miller Funeral Home served the family. For more information, visit www. themillerfuneralhome.com. Susan K. Swails, 68, of West Lafayette, died Friday, Feb. 22, 10 THE BEACON 2019. A Celebration of Life will take place at a later date. Th e Miller Funeral Home served the family. For more information, visit www. themillerfuneralhome.com. Alice Lucille Ridenbaugh, 97, of Coshocton, died Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 26 at the Fischer Funeral Home. For more information, visit www. fi scherfuneralhome.com. Alfred W. “Fred” Schlupp, 54, of New- comerstown, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. A Celebration of Life will be held Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in West La- fayette. Th e Miller Funeral Home and Crematory served the family. For more information, visit www.themillerfu- neralhome.com. Betty Ann Baumgardener, 78, of Coshocton, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. A funeral will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Miller Funeral Home. For more information, visit www. themillerfuneralhome.com. Edward C. Hiltner Sr., 99, of West Lafayette, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. A Mass of Resurrection will be held Tuesday, March 5 at 10:30 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church. Th e Fischer Funeral Home handled the arrange- ments. For more information, visit www.fi scherfuneralhome.com. Land Transfers 2.13.19 James E. and Treitha A. Kreis to Melis- sa R. Dean; 1697 Marion Dr., Coshoc- ton: $220,000 Barbara Brooks Emmons et al to Catherine Newman aka Catherine Nicole Newman; 964 Cambridge Rd., Coshocton: $89,000 Melissa R. Dean to Matthew McCreery and Mariah G. Ellenwood; 601 E. Fourth St., West Lafayette: $123,500 J. Michael Turner et al to James E. Kreis et al; 1721 Flint Lane, Coshocton: $142,000 Lady welders earn certifi cations at career center By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – Kaylee Garrett and Zoe Staff ord made history at the Coshocton County Career Center. “As far as I know they are the fi rst girls in the school’s history to earn welding certifi - cations,” said Richard Webb, instructor of the metal fabrication program. Garrett and Staff ord are both juniors and recently earned their AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Certifi cation. “As far as I know they are the fi rst girls in the school’s history to earn welding certifi cations.” - Richard Webb metal fabrication instructor “I race at Hilltop Speedway and my Dad was always welding on my truck so I got into this so I could do that,” Staff ord said. “I also feel like I’m learning way more here. I’d rather be here welding than sitting in classes. School’s not for everyone. You can get your certifi cations here without having to go on to more school.” Garrett chose welding because she thought it would be interesting to learn. “It’s also a good opportunity to make money,” she said. “You can get experience and certifi cations here (at the career cen- ter) that can get you hired straight out of high school.” Juniors never got certifi ed until last year, which was Webb’s fi rst year at the career center. “I fi gured why wait until their senior year to try and cram four tests in,” he said. “Th ey can do two their junior year and two their senior year. “ He oversees the students welding proj- ects for their certifi cation and then sends them in to Total Quality Testing to be scored. “You can get more than four certifi ca- tions while you are here, but the fi rst one your junior year and your senior year are paid for by us,” Webb said. “By starting their junior year they get to have their cards in their wallets before they gradu- ate. Th ey can go work at about any man- ufacturing place. Th ese kids have a lot of opportunity. I always tell them to learn as much as they can. Th e more they know the more they can put in their wallet.” Staff ord and Garrett plan to go for all four certifi cations and use them to help them gain employment in the fi eld. Garrett wants to run her own company someday and Staff ord wants to build bridges. “People think that this is just for guys, but girls can do this too,” Staff ord said. “It’s been said girls are better welders because they want to make it perfect and have the eye for this.” Both girls thank Webb for pushing them and their parents for their support. Staf- ford is the daughter of Stacie and Shawn Bible and Garrett is the daughter of Tiff any Franklin and Mark Franklin. Elks Teen of the Month announced for February COSHOCTON – Griffi n Mason is the Elks Teen of the Month for February. He is the son of Brent Mason and Beth Walsh. He has been an active participant in a variety of activities over the last four years at Coshocton High School. Clubs include Key Club, Varsity C, and National Honor Society. He served as class secretary his junior year. He is a member of the basketball and base- ball teams. He worked in the press box at junior high and JV football, and boys and girls varsity soccer games as announcer and clock operator. He plans to attend Th e Ohio State University with an undergraduate degree in biology and then be accepted into the optometry pro- gram to become a licensed eye doctor. Land Transfers Without Conveyance Fees 2.13.19 Estate of Shirley J. Aronhalt, Kimberly S. Dotson, administrator to Estate of Ben Aronhalt, Kimberly S. Dotson, administrator; 1400 Pleasant Valley Dr., Coshocton Michel Elson to Th e Michel E. Elson Trust Agreement; CR 405, Keene Township Contributed | Beacon Mason www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com FEBRUARY 27, 2019