Poling, 49, of Mendon, went home to be with his Savior, and son
Nicholas, brother Brian, and nephew Michael Young, on February 15,
2018. His death occurred in a work related accident, at his place of
employment, the Village of Mendon.
He is survived by
his wife, Jennifer Meyer Poling; and three sons, Nathan of Delphos, and
Noah and Nevin at home. A fourth son, Nicholas, died in January, 2016.
Brendan was born
September 11, 1968, to Walter Poling of Van Wert and Barbara Courtney
Poling Good of Venedocia. Both survive. He is also survived by his
step-father, Charles Good, of Lima.
Sean Poling of Van Wert, Heather Ann Poling (Kevin) Matthews of Van
Wert, Ian Good of Minnesota, Colin Good of Van Wert, and Meghan Good of
Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
preceded in death by his son, Nicholas; brother, Brian; and
grandparents, James and Anna Courtney.
He was a graduate of Lincolnview High School, a proud veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and employed by the Village of Mendon.
Brendan had many
talents, abilities, and hobbies. First and foremost, he was devoted to
his four sons, with whom he enjoyed many memorable moments. He was
truly a jack of all trades, whether it was fixing things around the
house, automotive repairs, or building anything. Brendan could do it
all. And not just for his family, but anyone who needed help.
Fishing was one of
his hobbies, as well as camping with his family. He was a die-hard
Cleveland Browns and Ohio State Buckeye football fan. Brendan was also
an expert marksman with a pistol and rifle. Racing on dirt bikes,
4-wheelers, or anything with tires was one of his passions, as was
playing corn hole.
will be held at Salem United Presbyterian Church in Venedocia on Monday,
February 19, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. with visitation one hour prior. Rev.
Thomas Emery will officiate. Following the service, Delphos Veterans
Council will conduct military rights. Burial will follow in Mendon
Memorial contributions may be made to the children.
Harold Penn, 78, of
Celina, Ohio, died February 15, 2018, at Sunrise of Dublin in Dublin,
Ohio, where he had been a resident. He was born on June 18, 1939, in
Rockford, Ohio, the son of Edwin Frederick and Rebecca Cedell (Tussing)
Penn, both who preceded him in death. Harold graduated from Rockford
High School where he was active in Baseball, Basketball, Football, and
Music. Harold enlisted in the United States Army in 1960 and served for
30 years before retiring as a Sergeant Major (E-9) while stationed at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina in 1990.
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