Clark County, Ohio

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Leo J. Euering, Jr.

Leo J. Euering, Jr., age 79, passed away Monday, August 27, 2007.

He was born to the late Leo J. Euering Sr, and Audrey E. Euering on April 24, 1928. Leo was a graduate of Wittenberg University. He was also a disabled United States veteran of the Marine Corps.

Leo leaves his very special friends at Hearth and Home, Debbie Cordle, Annie Hayship, Crystal Wright, Tina Stephenson, Emily Payne, Ann Whitstone, Jessica Herring, Suzy Weaver, Kim Carty, Amber Quinn, Crystal Williamson, Linda Copeland, Linda Copess and Alecia Rothery.

Thank you to Dr. Richard Darr for his compassionate care and to the Community-Mercy Hospice for his care during the last days of his illness.

Graveside service 2pm Friday, August 31, 2007 at the Ferncliff Cemetery with Pastor Daniel M. Powell officiating. Arrangements completed by the JACKSON LYTLE WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 2425 N. Limestone.

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