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After 11 years of working for the United Way of Coshocton, Lyn Mizer will be retiring. She is among 11 others who have been the face of the United Way since 1978, although she has been here longer than any other director. “I am honored to have been a part of such a devoted team of board members and partner program leaders and volunteers who are the best of the best of Coshocton. To work with and for great people all united by serving Coshocton has been a blessing and privilege,” Mizer said.
Esther Crouso, 90, went home to be with the Lord from her lovely “dome” home that was built for her by her husband of 56 years, Vic Crouso, and her two sons, Curt and Kendall. Esther was born April 4, 1932 enroute to the Coshocton Hospital at “Lyons Curve” onto the floorboard of her father’s 1931 Model A, to the late William & Lula Shaw Maxwell.