Nathan David Albury, a loving and devoted son, brother, uncle and friend, passed away June 16, 2015. Born in Canton, on May 27, 1984, he was the son of Phillip and Suzanne (Winters) Albury.
After graduating from New Philadelphia High School in 2003, where he played football and basketball, Nathan continued his formal education at Otterbein University, ultimately obtaining his bachelor’s degree in business from Malone University, in 2014. While he was working toward his degree, Nathan was employed at Timken Co.
His faith was nurtured at Sacred Heart Church, in New Philadelphia and also in Clearwater, Florida at St. Michael’s Catholic Church. There, he volunteered in a variety of capacities, especially instrumental in the creation of a young adult group. Nathan was a 2nd degree member of the Knights of Columbus. He was also a member of 4-H.
Fishing, reading, traveling, fantasy sports and cheering on Notre Dame were all hobbies of his. Most importantly, Nathan was a loving, kindhearted young man, always willing to lend a hand to anyone he encountered. He had a wonderful sense of humor which lent to making friends easily. Nathan also enjoyed spending time with his family, and being on the water whether it was at Clearwater Beach, in Florida or Atwood Lake.
He will be deeply missed by his family including his parents Phillip and Suzanne, of New Philadelphia, his siblings, Seth Albury of Dover, Chris Albury of Akron, Lauren (Billy) Hager of Ocala, Florida and Melissa Albury of New Philadelphia, his grandparents, Kenny and Dorothy Winters of New Philadelphia, his nephew, Tyler McDade, his dog Charlie Brown, along with countless aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.


Obituary – June Pauline Mathias Haney

JUNE PAULINE MATHIAS HANEY- 94, of Goshen, went to be with the Lord on Monday, June 20, 2014 from Schoenbrunn Healthcare following a brief illness. A daughter of the late William and Carrie (Haney) Mathias, Pauline was born January 13, 1920, at Tuscarawas, Ohio. On August 9, she married Floyd “Kidd” Haney and the couple raised two sons, Bruce and William. The couple shared 39 years of marriage prior to Kidd’s passing on June 28, 1981.
    Pauline was a wonderful wife and a loving mother and grandmother. She will always be remembered for her wonderful cooking, especially her potato salad. She was very active in life until recently, even mowing her lawn with a push mower.
    She is survived by her sons, Bruce (Janice) Haney, of Goshen and William (Kathi) Haney, of Uhrichsville, two grandsons, Todd (Marcie) Haney of Cambridge and Brandon (Terri) Haney of Scio,  granddaughters, Shannon (Christopher) Boone, of Sherrodsville, three great-grandson and five great-granddaughters. Pauline is preceded in death by her parents, her husband and four sisters, Marjorie Crossin, Agnus Paisley, Florence Glazier and Maxine Constanza.
    The family will receive friends Thursday July 3, 2014 from 10-11 a.m. in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home in New Philadelphia. A funeral service celebrating Pauline’s life will follow at 11 in the funeral home. Burial will follow in the Evergreen Burial Park at New Philadelphia. The family suggests that in lieu of flowers that memorial contributions be made to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716- Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelpia, OH, 44663. For a full obit, go to the Times Reporter website.

Obituary – June Carol Swaldo Baab

JUNE CAROL SWALDO BAAB- 64, of Dover, died Monday February 10, 2014, at her residence. She was born October 7, 1949 in Dennison to the late John W. and Dorothy J. (Snyder) Swaldo, who resided in GOSHEN for many years. She graduated from Midvale High School, in 1967 and was former owner of 2nd. St. Interiors, in Dover. June was a member of First Christian Church, at New Philadephia and their prayer ministry.
She is survived by husband James J. Baab, whom she married Oct. 7 1973 and her siblings Dale (Vicki) Swaldo, of Stonecreek, Glen Swaldo, of Goshen, and Kay (Tom) Mott, of Lore City. Six nephews, two nieces, 14 great nieces and nephews and her dear friend Darlyn Amodio, of Dover. Services were held on Thursday, February 13, at the First Christian Church and Pastor Jim Borton officiated.

Obituary – Philip Ray Simmons

PHILIP RAY SIMMONS, SR.- 90, of New Philadelphia, passed away early Friday morning, Dec. 13, 2013, in the Community Hospice House. Born in GOSHEN in his parents’ home on Jan. 12, 1923, he was the son of the late John Nathanial and Caroline H. (Brown) Simmons. He was a graduate of Tuscarawas Warwick High school and then served in the United States Army, discharged as a Corporal. On April 3, 1948, Philip married his lifelong companion and friend, the late Mary T. (Meechan) Simmons. He spent his professional career as a lumber jack for 43 years.
Visitations will be held in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home and Crematory, at New Philadelphia, on Monday from 4-7 p.m. A service celebrating his life will be held in the funeral home’s chapel on Tuesday, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow in the St. James Lutheran Cemetery where military honors will be rendered. A meal will be shared at the Geib Family Center following the committal service
Memorial contributions may be made to the Community Hospice House, 716 Commercial Avenue SW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663.
A full obit can be seen at the Times Reporter website.

Obituary – Flora Dindo – 93

FLORA DINDO- 93, of Goshen passed away peacefully in Community Hospice House, on Sunday, November 17, 2013. Born in Goshen, on October 25, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Carlo and Virginia Tamborini Terazzi. Flora was a faithful member of the Community of Christ Church, in New Philadelphia. She was also a member of the Senior Citizens of Tuscarawas and the New Philadelphia AARP. Flora loved to tend to her gardens in addition to traveling where she met many friends. She was also fortunate to travel to Italy a few times to learn about her heritage and spend time with family.
    She will be deeply missed by her children including Bonnie (Robert “Milo”) Eckhardt, of New Philadelphia, James (Judy) Dindo, of Littleton, CO, and Dale Dindo, of Goshen; her sister Doris (Ralph) Inverso, of Dover; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Donald, Luke “Luigi”, Albert “
Bert” and William “Bill” Terazzi.
    Visitation will be held in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home and Crematory, at New Philadelphia, on Tuesday from 5-8 p.m. A service celebrating Flora’s life will be held in the funeral home’s chapel on Wed., beginning at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow in Evergreen Burial Park at New Phila. Friends are invited to the Geib Family Center following the committal service where a meal will be shared. Memorial contributions in Flora’s memory may be directed to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, OH, 44663.
    Flora’s family is very grateful to the staff at Amberwood Manor who provided wonderful care to her while she was a resident at the nursing home.
    Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and light a candle in remebrance of Flora by visiting the funeral home website.

Obituary: Audrey G. Brokaw, 89

Audrey G. Brokaw, 89, of New Philadelphia and a lifelong resident of Goshen, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family in Schoenbrunn Healthcare Center following a period of declining health.
Born November 27, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Lorin and Hazel (Smith) Elliott. After completing her formal education at Roxford, she married her lifelong companion and friend, the late Thomas H. Brokaw on June 1, 1942. Together, they enjoyed a lifetime of love until his passing in 1989.
Audrey was a beautiful and loving lady who adored spending time with her family. She also enjoyed sharing in day to day activities with friends and her church family. Her faith was nurtured at the Goshen Community Church of the Nazarene. She also enjoyed a 12-year employment at the former Valley Manor Nursing Home assisting in the kitchen.
Audrey will be deeply missed by her family including her son, Bruce (Robin) Brokaw of Goshen, Linda Meyers of Texas; her siblings, James Elliott of Fowler, Ohio and Thelma Etzkorn of Chicago; her grandchildren, Heidi (Bill) Brokaw Coffman of Magnolia, Eric Brokaw of Goshen and Kent (Melissa) Meyers of Texas; her great-grandchildren, K.J. and Madison Meyers, Billy Coffman, Kevin Taylor, and Rachel Tylke; her step-great-grandchild, Addrian Hawkinson; her step-great-great-grandson, Avery Alan Coffman; dear friends, Martha and Fred Torgler; her special caregiver and friend, Vikki Whitman; and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her great-grandson, Justin Thomas Moss.
Visitation will be held in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia on Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. A service celebrating Audrey’s life will be held in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday beginning at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow in East Avenue Cemetery at New Philadelphia.
Audrey’s family is incredibly grateful for the loving and caring staff of Schoenbrunn Healthcare’s Garden Way.
Memorial contributions in Audrey’s memory may be directed to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Avenue SE, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 or to Goshen Community Church of the Nazarene, 2501 David Rd SE, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663.
Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and light a candle in remembrance of Audrey by visiting the funeral home website at

Obituary: HAROLD C. HANLON (1994)

HAROLD C. HANLON, 76, of Goshen died Friday, April 15, 1994, in his residence after a brief illness.

He was born August 23, 1917, in Washington County, Ohio and was the son of the late Norman and Bertha Haught Hanlon. He retired in 1980 from Republic Steel in Massillon after 35 years.

He is survived by his wife, the former Kathryn N. Martin, whom he married August 23, 1938; two sons, Harold David Hanlon of New Philadelphia, Ohio; Donald Emerson (LaVonne) Hanlon of Laurel, Maryland; a daughter (Carolyn) Kaye (John) Walton of New Philadelphia (Goshen), Ohio; nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Two sisters, Lula Mae Skinner and Florence Ruble; two brothers, Jonathan and Floyd Hanlon, and a grandchild, Michael Clinton Hanlon, are deceased.

Obituary: (Harold) David Hanlon (2009)

(HAROLD) DAVID HANLON, 70, of Sherrodsville, Ohio, died Thursday, July 9, 2009, in his home with his family by his side.

A son of the late Harold C. and Kathryn N. (Martin) Hanlon, David, as he was known by family and friends, was born at New Matamoras, Ohio, on June 14, 1939.

David was a 1957 graduate of Midvale High School. Out of high school, he entered into the United States Navy where he served a period of time aboard the USS Walker and also served multiple tours of duty in Vietnam. Following more than twelve years of service with the Navy, he completed the final eight years of his career with the National Guard.

David was a long-time employee of Superior Meats at Massillon, Ohio, and the Pepsi-Cola Company at New Philadelphia. He was an avid NASCAR fan and enjoyed spending time working on his flower gardens that surrounded his home. He also loved bird watching and sitting outside in his gazebo during the summer months.

He was a wonderful husband and father to his blended family that includes his wife, Jane Murphy-Hanlon and children, Michelle (Brad) Moore of Tuscarawas, Jason Malterer of New Philadelphia, Kellie Murphy of New York, NY, and Scott (Pam) Murphy of Columbus, Ohio.

A sister, Kaye (John) Walton of Goshen and a brother, Donald (LaVonne) Hanlon of Laurel, Maryland; a brother-in-law and sister-in-law, James and Helen Rosenberry of Dover, Ohio; five grandchildren: Christopher Grimes, Kayleigh Moore, Nicholas Moore, Timothy Murphy and Kacey Murphy and numerous nieces and nephews complete the family.

The United States Navy will conduct a burial at sea service at a later date.

Obituary: James J. Carlisle

James J. Carlisle, 90, of New Philadelphia, died Friday June 21, 2013 in Schoenbrunn Health Care, at New Philadelphia following a period of declining health. A son of the late James C. and Helen (Raymond) Carlisle, Jim was born October 12, 1922, in Goshen, Ohio. Jim graduated from Midvale High School in 1940. He was a veteran of the United States Army serving in Company K, 71st infantry Combat Regiment 44th Division, during World War II. Jim was stationed in the European Theater during the war and was a recipient of a Bronze Star Medal. During his younger years, Jim worked as a coal miner for the former Midvale Coal Mine. He eventually retired from General Electric where he worked as a machinist. Jim was a member of Community of Christ Church, at New Philadelphia. He enjoyed gardening and was an avid fisherman with his favorite outings being with his son in Canada.
    He is survived by two children, Sandra “Joey” (companion Jim Kromenacker) Hanchette, of Dover and Jim (Deb) Carlisle of New Philadelphia; three grandchildren, Ben (Andrea) Carlisle of Norton, Ohio, Courtney Carlisle, of New Philadelphia and Richard E. (Tracey) Hanchette, III of Cleveland; two brothers, Joseph (Helen) Carlisle of Atwood Lake and Daniel Carlisle of Goshen; sisters June Crites of Gnaden, Wanda (Ed) Golder and Marge (Donald) Levengood, of the Goshen area, and Linda (Bob) Edie of Columbus; and many nieces and nephews. In addtition to his parents, Jim was preceded in death by his wife Janice Mae Carlisle, who passed away on April 10, 2013; a brother Thomas Carlisle and two sisters Dorothy Hibbs and Faye Meese.
    There will be no calling hours and a graveside service with military honors will be held on Monday June 24, 2013, at Ridgecrest Memory Gardens. Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and view an online memorial by visiting the funeral home website- Contributions may be made in memory of James to the Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Ave. SW New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

Obituary: Roberta Margaret Warner

    Age 99, died Thursday April 18, 2013, in Meadow Manor East Nursing Home, in Terre Haute, Ind. She was born in her parent’s Goshen home, overlooking the old Erie Canal (Lock 14) near St. Rt. 416 and the Tuscarawas River (south of New Philadelphia) on January 31, 1914. She was next to the youngest of nine chidren of Robert Donnelson Carlisle, Jr. and Elizabeth Stoeklin Carlisle. The Robert Donnelson Carlisle, Sr. family emigrated from Dunbartenshire, Scotland (near Glasgow) in the late 19th century. At the time of her death, she was the oldest living graduate of Midvale High School, having graduated in May, 1931. Roberta was predeceased by all of her lovaeable siblings as well as by her faithful and treasured lifelong companion, Edward Charles Warner who died of pancreatic cancer on July 17th, 1983. Roberta and Edward were married on Christmas morning 1934, in the living room of her uncle, John D. Carlisle performing the ceremony. They celebrated doubly every Christmas morning.
    She is survived by one son, Edward Allen Warner, a grandson Aaron Thomas Warner and his wife Karla; and two great-grandsons, William and Journey Warner, all of Terre Haute. She is survived by a great- granddaughter Christa Lynn Warner Cruz and two great-granddaughters Emily and Tessa Cruz, of Arlington Heights of North Chicago Ill.
    The family will greet guests on Monday April 29th, from 4-7 in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral home and Crematory at New Phila. An additional hour of visitation will be held in the funeral home’s chapel from 9-10 a.m. where Elder Ron Harmon will lead a celectration of life service at 10 a.m. Roberta and her husband were life-long members of the Community of Christ Church, in New Philadelphia’s southside. In honoring their committment to the congregation, the family suggests momorial contributions be directed to Community of Christ Church, 515-Church Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663. The obit appears in its entirety on