Beidler Women’s Ballteam members relaxing in buggy.
Seated Left Emma Schumacher Meyer and Goldie Haas in the middle. Woman on the
right could not be identified.
Daniel Lee “Dan” Horn, 58, of Oldtown Valley, died unexpectedly at his farm, on March 15, 2012. He was the son of Richard “Ray” Horn and the late Cleala Schumacher Horn. Dan was born November 28, 1953 and graduated from New Philadephia School. Horn was a third generation farmer of the Simon and Ned Schumacher Farm, in Goshen. In addition to his father Ray, Dan is survived by his sister Brenda (Donald) Sibley of Strasburg; his brother, Jay (Pamela) Horn of, New Philadelphia; a niece, Melissa Sibley; two nephews, Eric and Dylan Sybley; an uncle Glen (Bonnie Ann) Schumacher, of Tuscarawas; two aunts, Doris Schumacher, of Goshen and Mary Pemberton, of Colorado, and many cousins and close friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, a dear uncle and mentor, Ned Schumacher and Ned’s first wife, Martha. The full obit appeared in the Times Reporter on Sunday, March 18 and Monday March 19.
Ned Schumacher purchased his Goshen Valley Rd. property, currently a 56 acre tract, in 1949 from his grandfather Lawrence Schaar. Renovation on the house began in 1953 with his first wife Martha. They had two daughters, Rita in 1949 and Tina in 1963. The original deed for the property was signed by President Martin Van Buren on August 15, 1837 to a Joshua Simmons and was awarded by U.S.Governent Title. Martha passed away in 1981 and Ned remarried several years later to Doris Meyers. Doris continues to reside there although Ned passed away 8 years ago. Doris has two sons, Marvin and Tom. Tom also resides in Goshen, on Loveday Dr.