Yarnelle, Clara Porter
Born in 1884, died in 1966. Active community leader, serving as president of the YWCA, College Club, Visiting Nurses League and Washington School PTA. Active in Community Concert Association, American Association of University Women, Fort Wayne Art School, Needlework Guild, Fortnightly Club and First Presbyterian Church. Read more in In Celebration of Women's History Month: Fort Wayne Women remembered at Lindenwood Cemetery by Nancy McCammon-Hansen published March 12, 2014 in History Center Notes & Queries blog.
Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 4, 1928. A current photo of his parents house at 2901 Lillie Street was posted and discussed February 25, 2019 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Private group on Facebook. He is best known for his role on the Bewitched television show as Darrin Stephens. He left the cast of Bewitched in 1969 because of chronic back problems. He passed away at his home in Rockford, Michigan on February 20, 1992. Dick York from BEWITCHED on Entertainment Tonight 1992 YouTube video. There are lots of YouTube videos with Dick York of Betwitched. Other pages include: All About Dick York on Bewitched.net that says they bought items from his estate, Find-A-Grave has his obituary, The Dick York Fan Site, Legacy.com Legends & Legacies, Wikipedia has a Dick York page, Dick York Society on Facebook
Young, Joanne Patricia McFarlin
January 10, 1933-March 25, 2015, born in Detroit, MI to the late Edward John McFarlin and Frances Claire Bogart (originally Zofia Kukulka), siblings, Arlene Baker, Mary Ellen (Michael) Shingleston, Diane Distelrath and Daniel Distelrath; nine children, John (Janet) Young Jr., Julie (David) Glant, Jeanette Young, Jain (David Greene) Young, James (Karen) Young, Jerome (Trish) Young, Jeffrey (Rebecca) Young, Joel (Tammy) Young, and Janelle Young, and preceded in death by her husband John William Young and her brother Robert Distelrath from Dignity Memorial obituary. One of the founders of the Three Rivers Food Co-op in the 1970s. Gathering planned to remember one of food co-op's founders by Cindy Larson published July 20, 2015 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
A potato chip inspector at Seyfert's Potato Chips of Fort Wayne was on the Johnny Carson TV Show October 16, 1987. Johnny Eats a Prized Potato Chip YouTube video is shown above. She passed away Saturday, August 10, 2014. "Potato Chip Lady" Passes Away At Age 90 published August 11, 2014 on WANE-TV NewsChannel 15. Myrtle Young, Fort Wayne's Potato Chip Lady dies published August 12, 2014 in The Journal Gazette newspaper. August 2014 obituary at Covington Memorial Funeral Home. More articles with a couple photos on Myrtle Young, city’s Potato Chip Lady, dies by Frank Gray published August 13, 2014 in The Journal Gazette newspaperand Potato chip collection changed life for the late Myrtle Young by Kevin Kilbane published August 12, 2014 in The News-Sentinel newspaper. See Happy the Hobo and "Potato Chip Lady" Myrtle Young! YouTube video by Jess Boldt published March 15, 2015 discussed January 2, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Private group on Facebook. MYRTLE’S PRIZE POSSESSIONS by Cindy Cornwell was published September 24, 2010 on The Waynedale News.com.
IPFW's new police chief's well-rounded background a new asset to campus by Jaclyn Goldsborough published August 25, 2014 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
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