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Lois Jane Peck of Newark, OH, August 3, 1935 – September 16, 2017

A funeral service for Lois Jane Peck will be held at 11am on Friday, September 22, 2017 at Brucker Kishler Funeral Home, 985 N. 21st Street, Newark, OH 43055, with Pastor Joe Grubbs officiating. Family will greet friends from 2-4pm and 6-8pm on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the funeral home. Lois will be laid to rest at Newark Memorial Gardens.

Lois, age 82, of Newark, passed away on Saturday, September 16, 2017. She was born on August 3, 1935 to the late Fredrick and Edna (Guisinger) Rognon in Zanesville, OH.

Lois was a strong believer of her Apostolic faith. She was a Sunday school teacher, helped with children’s ministries, and sang in the choir. Lois loved her family, and was always cooking or baking something to share with them.

Lois is survived by her sons, Steven (Joyce) Peck, David Peck, and Timothy Peck; grandchildren, Diana (Cody) Ragan, Michelle (Jason) Ziegler, Ryan Peck, and Tayden Peck; 5 great grandchildren; and sisters, Sally Sharkey and Delores Bennett.

In addition to her parents, Lois is preceded in death by her husband, Donald R. Peck.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Brucker Kishler Funeral Home to help the family with funeral costs.

To sign an online guestbook, please visit www.brucker-kishlerfuneralhome.com.

Carl Nutter, Jr of Newark, OH, August 11, 1917 – September 14, 2017

Carl Nutter Jr. has died.  In a lifetime spanning more than a century he awoke every morning to fight the good fight against all the challenges and adversity that come with more than 100 years of being alive.  Last Thursday morning that good fight came to an end. His biographical information is here to read, but for those who knew him he will best be remembered for his strong sense of purpose and solid integrity.

 

Carl Nutter Jr. was born on August 11, 1917 at the home of his maternal grandparents on Commodore Street in Newark, Ohio.  He was an only child but grew up among a large family.  His father came from a German/ Irish family of nine and his mother from German family of twelve.  His paternal grandfather was a brick layer and many of his brick streets are still in use in Newark today.  His maternal grandfather owned a restaurant located on the square. Carl’s childhood was spent primarily in Newark.  He was educated at St. Francis de Sales parish school. 

 

Carl’s father was in the music business and in 1935 the family moved to Chicago where both Carl Sr. and Carl Jr. worked for WBBM radio.  In 1940 the family moved to New York City where Carl married Lorraine Oakley, who he had met in Chicago, and worked for the New York radio station WOR.  In 1955 he returned to Newark with Lorraine and his three children Joy, Holly, and Christopher {daughter Lauren was born in 1958} to be close to extended family and began his career in the automobile business.  He retired in 1990.

 

Throughout his life he enjoyed his family, collecting stamps and coins as well as woodworking and practicing his religion.  He was a lifelong member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church. 

 

Carl had three living children and one deceased.  His lovely Lorraine passed away in 2009, and he moved to Chestnut House assisted living facility in 2014 where he was afforded wonderful care. Hospice of Central Ohio provided him with remarkable care as well. 

 

A special thanks should be expressed to Helen Sage for her help and devotion during Carl’s later years.

 

A funeral mass will be held at 11:30am, on Friday, September 22, 2017, at St. Francis de Sales Church, 58 Granville St, Newark, OH 43055. The family will greet friends from 10am-11am, on Friday, at the Brucker Kishler Funeral Home, 985 N. 21st Street, Newark, OH 43055. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Carl Nutter, Jr of Newark, OH, August 11, 1917 – September 15, 2017

Carl Nutter Jr. has died.  In a lifetime spanning more than a century he awoke every morning to fight the good fight against all the challenges and adversity that come with more than 100 years of being alive.  Last Thursday morning that good fight came to an end. His biographical information is here to read, but for those who knew him he will best be remembered for his strong sense of purpose and solid integrity.

 

Carl Nutter Jr. was born on August 11, 1917 at the home of his maternal grandparents on Commodore Street in Newark, Ohio.  He was an only child but grew up among a large family.  His father came from a German/ Irish family of nine and his mother from German family of twelve.  His paternal grandfather was a brick layer and many of his brick streets are still in use in Newark today.  His maternal grandfather owned a restaurant located on the square. Carl’s childhood was spent primarily in Newark.  He was educated at St. Francis de Sales parish school. 

 

Carl’s father was in the music business and in 1935 the family moved to Chicago where both Carl Sr. and Carl Jr. worked for WBBM radio.  In 1940 the family moved to New York City where Carl married Lorraine Oakley, who he had met in Chicago, and worked for the New York radio station WOR.  In 1955 he returned to Newark with Lorraine and his three children Joy, Holly, and Christopher {daughter Lauren was born in 1958} to be close to extended family and began his career in the automobile business.  He retired in 1990.

 

Throughout his life he enjoyed his family, collecting stamps and coins as well as woodworking and practicing his religion.  He was a lifelong member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church. 

 

Carl had three living children and one deceased.  His lovely Lorraine passed away in 2009, and he moved to Chestnut House assisted living facility in 2014 where he was afforded wonderful care. Hospice of Central Ohio provided him with remarkable care as well. 

 

A special thanks should be expressed to Helen Sage for her help and devotion during Carl’s later years.

 

A funeral mass will be held at 11:30am at St. Francis de Sales Church, 58 Granville St, Newark, OH 43055. The family will greet friends from 10am-11am at the Brucker Kishler Funeral Home, 985 N. 21st Street, Newark, OH 43055. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.