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Bryant Charlene Marie [Female] b. 27 MAR 1924 Columbus Grove, Putnam, OH - d. 26 JUL 2012 Ottawa, Putnam, OH
Documents:Birth Record, State of OhioRecord of Marriage to Norbert Ellerbrock, Putnam County, OHMausoleum Plaque, Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Sumter, FL
Charlene M. Roberts, 88, died at 3:30 a.m. July 26, 2012, at Putnam Acres Care Center, Ottawa.
She was born March 27, 1924, in Columbus Grove to Charles and ViEtta Grismore Bryant, who preceded her in death. On April 15, 1967, she married Thomas Roberts, who died April 2, 2006.
Mrs. Roberts was a homemaker, who enjoyed sports and crossword puzzles. She was a huge fan of The Ohio State University Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals.
Survivors include a daughter, Carol S. (Donald) Farthing, of Leipsic; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a niece, Jane McMonigal, who was her favorite nurse at Putnam Acres Care Center.
She was preceded in death by a brother, George Bryant; and two sisters, Doreen Ward and Pauline McMonigal.
Burial of the cremains will be at a later date in Florida Veterans National Memorial Cemetery, Bushnell, Fla.
Roberts Thomas P
[Male] b. 21 DEC 1917 - d. 3 APR 2006 Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Sumter, FL
Zink Clarence Orlando
[Male] b. 20 OCT 1925 Ottawa, Putnam, OH - d. 2 JUNE 2015 Marshall, MI
Documents:Marriage record Putnam County, OH
Clarence O. Zink, 90, of Marshall passed away Tuesday June 2, 2015 at his Residence on River Road surrounded by his loving family.
Zink was born on October 20, 1924 in Miller City, Ohio to William and Della (Perkey) Zink. He attended Miller City High School in Ohio.
Zink worked on the family farm until 1940. At the age of 17, he spent a year working for the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) in Ohio before moving west to Missoula, Montana where he worked as a lumberjack. After Montana, Zink moved to Spokane, Washington for work as an apple picker. From there, he moved to Hougan, Montana where he spent time working for the CCC Savenac Historic Tree Nursery.
In May of 1943 Zink enlisted in the US Navy after completion of basic training. He was assigned to the aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise CV6. Zink was a Signalman in the K-Division from May 1943- Feb 1946. He was aboard the ship when the Pacific Islands were retaken from the Japanese. After his discharge, Zink married Lucille Ellerbrock which later ended in divorce. In 1960 he started his own business, Zink Redi-mix, where he worked for 19 years until they closed their doors in 1979. Zink then moved to Florida where he was a heavy equipment operator for many years.
He was a member of The Moose 676, the VFW 4073, the USS Enterprise CV6 Association, and the Coffee Club. Zink enjoyed golfing, traveling, fishing, and bow hunting. He was known by his colleagues at The Moose as "The Pull Tab King."
Zink is survived by four children, Patty (Malcolm) MacAskill of VT, John Zink of Marshall, Gary (Julie) Zink of Marshall, and Gloria (Bill) Clayborn of Marshall; 2 sisters, Mary Catherine Hohenbrink of OH, and Frances Salsburey of OH; 8 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; special friend, Sherry Jarvis and family. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Della Zink; 2 brothers, Richard Zink and Willis Zink; ex-wife, Lucille Zink; and daughter-in-law, Tina Zink.
A private family service will be held at Fort Custer National Cemetery at a later time. A celebration of Zink's life will be held at the Moose Lodge in Marshall on Saturday June 13, 2015 from 1-3pm. Memorial contributions are requested to Oaklawn Hospice.
- Craig Kempf Funeral Home.
Heffley Howard Eugene
[Male] b. 1935 - d. 1998
Ellerbrock Jean Ann*
[Female] b. 2 MAY 1924 Ottawa, Putnam, OH
Documents:Marriage record, State of Ohio
Allegedly helped her husband and another convict escape froma Detroit hospital, July 29, 1948. She was captured and held by the FBI.
Bayken Julius Edmond
[Male] b. 18 MAY 1914 Flint, Genessee, MI - d. 27 JULY 1970 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH
United States Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit
November 13, 1959
Julius BAYKEN v. UNITED STATES of America
Robert C. McIntosh, Cincinnati, Ohio, representative for Julius Bayken.
Russell E. Ake, U. S. Atty., Cleveland, Ohio, by George W. Morrison, Asst. U. S. Atty., Cleveland, Ohio, for prosecuters.
Before McALLISTER, Chief Judge, and MILLER and WEICK, Circuit Judges
The above cause coming on to be heard upon the appeal of Julius Bayken from an order denying a motion to vacate sentence. Appellant contended that the District Court had not advised him of his constitutional rights, prior to his plea of guilty. His claim rested upon his testimony on the hearing of motion to vacate sentence. The District Court found the testimony unworthy of belief. The question of credibility is one for the determination of the trier of facts. The burden of proof was upon appellant. Findings of fact shall not be set aside unless clearly erroneous, and due regard shall be given to the opportunity of the trial court to judge of the credibility of the witnesses. Rule 52(a) of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 28 U.S.C.A. A review of the record is convincing that the trial court's findings of fact were not erroneous. The order denying the motion to vacate sentence is affirmed.
United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit
Julius BAYKEN v. UNITED STATES BOARD OF PAROLE
Argued June 28, 1963. Decided July 25, 1963.
Mr. Justin R. Wolf, Washington, D. C., (appointed by this court) for appellant.
Before BAZELON, Chief Judge, and BASTIAN and McGOWAN, Circuit Judges.
Appellant was convicted in the Northern District of Ohio of the offense of armed robbery, and sentenced to twenty-five years in prison. He was released on parole on September 4, 1947. Thereafter he was convicted in a state court of Michigan of a criminal offense, and in April 1955, upon completion of the sentence there imposed, he was arrested as a parole violator and returned to the penitentiary to complete his original sentence. A hearing was held July 18, 1955, at which the conviction in Michigan was admitted by appellant, as well as other items of violation of parole. He was not advised of his right to have assistance of counsel at this proceeding, nor was he advised of his right to present voluntary witnesses; and he did not have counsel or witnesses present. On August 23, 1955, his parole was revoked. On May 9, 1961, he was offered a new hearing with the right to retain counsel. This he refused.
On May 22, 1961, the present action was filed for mandatory injunction for his release, in which proceeding appellant alleged invalidity of the parole revocation proceedings. In January 1962, he was again offered a hearing with counsel and the right to present witnesses. This, too, he refused. The District Court granted the Government's motion for summary judgment and this appeal followed.
We think this case is governed by Hyser v. Reed, No. 16716,1 115 U.S.App. D.C. 254, 318 F.2d 225, decided April 11, 1963, wherein, in cases similar to the present one, we affirmed the judgments appealed from
"without prejudice to the right of each such appellant to have upon request, the `opportunity to appear' before the Board pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 4207. We note that the Board has already tendered such opportunity to each of these appellants. This opportunity to appear shall be for the limited purpose of presenting to the Board reasons why the parole violation charged should not operate as a basis for revoking parole."
Appellant's reliance on Glenn v. Reed, 110 U.S.App.D.C. 85, 289 F.2d 462 (1961), is misplaced. In that case the parolee denied the violation, claiming that "the Board issued its parole violator's warrant on the basis of a fabricated charge made by a `jealous woman' [who subsequently] withdrew her charge." We ordered appellant's release because of "these facts, together with the admittedly invalid hearing." Id. No such facts are alleged here.
The judgment appealed from is affirmed, without prejudice to the right of appellant to have, upon request, the opportunity to appear before the Parole Board pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 4207. This opportunity to appear shall, as in Hyser v. Reed, be for the limited purpose of presenting to the Board reasons why the parole violation charged should not operate as a basis for revoking parole.
Nowicki Stanley Sylvester
[Male] b. 24 MAR 1923 South Bend, IN - d. 29 OCT 2012 Saline Memorial Hospice House, Bryant, Saline, AR
Documents:1940 US Census, South Bend, IN
Mr. Stanley Nowicki
March 24, 1923 - October 29, 2012
Stanley Nowicki, 89, of Benton passed away Monday, October 29, 2012 at Saline Memorial Hospital Hospice House. He was born March 24, 1923 in South Bend, IN to the late Lewis and Blanche Nowicki. Mr. Nowicki served in the US Army 254 Infantry during World War II. He had worked for Inland Steel in East Chicago, IN as a mechanical superintendant. He was also preceded in death by one son, Ken Nowick in 1977.
He was preceded in death by four brothers, Keith, Cashmir, Louie, and Alonso Nowicki, and a sister, Helen Gapinski.
Survivors include his wife, Jean Ellerbrock Nowicki of Benton and sons, Rod Nowicki of Los Angeles, CA and David Bayken of San Diego, CA. Two sisters, Jean Nowicki Swint, and Yolanda Nowicki Demski both of South Bend, Indiana.
Rosary service is 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.
A Mass of Remembrance will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, November 8, 2012 at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church with Father Joseph Ejimofor officiating.
-Saline Courier, Novenber 7, 2012
Bayken David Julius*
[Male] b. 26 NOV 1948
Nowicki Louis Frank
[Male] b. 12 FEB 1888 - d. MAY 1973 IN
Ksycki Blanche A
[Female] b. 24 NOV 1892 IN - d. MAY 1974 IN
[Male] b. 30 AUG 1947 Petersham, MA
Zink John Edward*
[Male] b. 15 JUN 1947 MI
Zink Gary Lee*
[Male] b. 22 FEB 1955
Austin Julie Ann
[Female] b. 1970
Vajen Richard James (Jim)
[Male] b. 12 MAY 1939
Siders Melanie Ann
[Female] b. 15 MAR 1960 Worthington, KY
Ellerbrock Kris L*
[Female] b. 24 FEB 1960
Ellerbrock Christopher Ian*
[Male] b. 19 JAN 1982
Ellerbrock Scott Colden*
[Male] b. 24 JAN 1987
Crutchfield Matthew Ward*
Scott with his wife Elizabeth Oreta-Ellerbrock.
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