Anita A. Fleming, age 81, of Celina, Ohio, passed away on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 11:25 pm at Briarwood Village in Coldwater. 

Anita was born in Spencerville, Ohio on October 7, 1939 to the late Reverend Paul and Wanda (Chupp) Hughes. 

She married Albert E. Fleming on August 1, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois and he preceded her in death on February 24, 2020. 

Other survivors include her three children, Richard (Nancy Leffers) Fleming, Celina, Robert (Paula Clune) Fleming, Wren, Ohio and Debra Fleming, Celina; seven grandchildren, Misty (Randy) Wolverton, Convoy, Ohio, Michael Fleming, Wren, Ohio, Rachel (Daniel) Guggenbiller, Ft. Recovery, Ohio, Miranda Fleming, Wren, Ohio, Matthew (Becca) Fleming, Wren, Ohio, Megan (Alex Macur) Fleming, Columbus, Ohio and Sara (Kent) Berheide, Convoy, Ohio; eight great-grandchildren; a brother-in-law, David Fleming, Sarasota, Florida; and a sister-in-law, Rosalie Hughes, Rockford, Ohio.

She is also preceded in death by a brother, Larry Hughes; and a sister, Judith Hughes Fleming. 

Anita was a 1957 graduate of Willshire High School.  She worked for 12 plus years as a proofreader at the Daily Standard.  In 1980 she began working at Celina Medical Center as a receptionist for Caylor-Nickel Medical Center and then in 1989 Joint Township Hospital bought out the office and she continued working until 1997 when she had a stroke and they found a brain tumor.  Surgery caused two more strokes and she had to learn to walk again.  In 2008 she went back to work putting patient charts on the computer and the she retired again in 2011 as her daughter was having a knee replacement. She was a member of Victory Chapel United Brethren Church and was the pianist and treasurer for many years. 

Anita loved to read and you could always find her with a book in hand, she especially loved mysteries.  Her family was her whole life and she loved them dearly.

Attendees are required to follow social distancing and guidelines dictated by the Ohio Department of Health, due to the national concerns of COVID-19.  Masks are required by attendees at visitation and funeral.

Funeral services will be held at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at Cisco Funeral Home, Celina; where the family will receive friends from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm prior to the service at the funeral home.

Burial will follow at Mercer Memory Gardens in Celina.

Memorial contributions can be made to American Heart Association and/or St. Jude’s.

Cisco Funeral Homes are honored to care for Anita and her family. 


To pay your respects or leave online condolences or memories, visit www.ciscofuneralhome.com or visit Cisco Funeral Home Facebook page.


Funeral Services have been entrusted to Cisco Funeral Homes in Celina & St. Marys.




Dean L. Temple, age 88, of Mendon, passed away Thursday, 

November 5, 2020, at Colonial Nursing Center in Rockford.


He was born August 2, 1932, in Dublin Township, to the late 

Carl & Helen ( Hileman ) Temple.


Dean married Jean Haas on November 24, 1957.  Jean survives, 

along with 5 children: Deb Clark of St. Peters, Missouri, Terry 

( Mary ) Temple of Mendon, Vicki ( Steve ) Bauer of Belleville, 

Illinois, Jeff ( Laurie ) Temple of Coldwater, and Michael ( Chi ) 

Temple of Rockford; a sister, Lois Schaadt, of Fort Wayne; 

15 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, 2 great great 

grandchildren plus 1 on the way; and sisters-in-law: 

Phyllis Temple of Fort Wayne and Diane Haas of Lima.


Dean was preceded in death by a brother, Don Temple 

and brothers-in-law: Larry Haas and Don Schaadt.


A 1951 graduate of Rockford High School, Dean served in 

the U.S. Army from 1951-1954 as a Radioman, stationed 

at White Sands, New Mexico.


He was employed with Miller Bros. Construction of Archbold 

for over 40 years, having had worked on road construction 

projects all around the area.


Dean was a life member of Rockford American Legion Post #508, 

Mercer County Sportsmen's Association, and The International 

Union of Operating Engineers ( IUOE ) Local 18 of Ohio.


He was a member of Mendon United Methodist Church and the 

Gold Wing Road Riders Association ( GWRRA ).


Dean enjoyed woodworking, making a variety of items including

puzzles, crafts, and quilt racks.  He also liked working on cars.  

Another favorite pastime was hunting - deer, rabbits, squirrels - 

whatever was in season.


Calling Hours are being held at the Mendon United Methodist 

Church, on Friday November 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon, 

followed by the Funeral Service beginning at Noon.  Pastor Rob 

Glenn will officiate.  Burial follows at Mendon Cemetery.


Those attending are required to wear masks, practice social 

distancing as much as possible, and follow the COVID-19 

guidelines established by Governor DeWine and the Ohio 

Department of Health.

Memorial Contributions may be made to a charity of 

the Donor's Choice.


Condolences can be expressed to the Temple family 

at dickandsonshellwarthfh.com


Arrangements are under the direction of W.H. DICK 




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