The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

Lucy FisherAge: 86 years19162003

Name
Lucy Fisher
Given names
Lucy
Surname
Fisher
Married name
Lucy Dinger
Birth June 16, 1916

Death of a husbandEarl M Dinger
October 9, 2002 (Age 86 years)
Source: Obituary
Text:
Obituary EARL M. DINGER, 91 Earl M. Dinger, 91 of Kensington Rd., Augusta, died Oct. 9, 2002, in Alliance Community Hospital, following a short illness. He was born May 21, 1911, in Scroggsfield, to Milt and Ida (Howlett) Dinger. He was retired from New York Central and Penn Central Railroad as a laborer and foreman. He was an honorary life member of the Minerva Sportsman Club and a charter member of the Augusta Volunteer Fire Department. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Lucy (Fisher) Dinger; four daughters, Jean Schindler of Massillon, Linda Amelung of Minerva, Sandy (Bill) Flanigan of Minerva Stephanie (Tom Rhodes) Dinger of Augusta; three sons, Richard “Dick” (Ellen) Dinger of Augusta, Ronald “Ron” (Sheila) Dinger of Augusta, Dennis (Connie) Dinger of Minerva; one brother, Harry Dinger of Augusta; 15 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by four sisters, Mary McLaughlin, Bertha Packard, Alice Bennett and Emma Wagner; and one brother George Dinger. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Gotschall-Hutchison Funeral Home in Minerva with Bill Bush officiating. Burial was in the Augusta Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Augusta Volunteer Fire Department.
Burial of a husbandEarl M Dinger
October 12, 2002 (Age 86 years)
Death January 25, 2003 (Age 86 years)

Burial January 29, 2003 (4 days after death)
Cemetery: Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Carroll, OH
Note: The ashes of Lucy Fisher Dinger were scattered at her request. However, the tombstone with her husband Earl M. Dinger has her name and information as a memorial to Lucy.
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The ashes of Lucy Fisher Dinger were scattered at her request. However, the tombstone with her husband Earl M. Dinger has her name and information as a memorial to Lucy.