Eaton, William G. "Bill"
Egan, Kenneth R.
Emley, Benjamin E. "Tim"
Esculano, Teofilo "Teo"
Evans, Franklin "Dug"
John is looking forward to retirement in June of '03 when he can devote more time to pursuing his hobbies of model ship building, traveling, and camping in his recently acquired motorhome.
EMLEY, Benjamin E. "Tim" age 72, of Germantown, OH passed away at home on Thursday March 31, 2005, with his family by his side. He was born January 23, 1933, at the current Emley Homestead in Germantown. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clarence A. (1971) and Mary M. Emley (1997); and also 3 brothers, Clarence T. (1961), John F. (2001) and George A. Emley (1998). He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Phyllis A. (Boyd) Emley; his son and daughter-in-law, Timothy R. and Janae M. Emley; his daughter and son-in-law, Rebecca A. and Michael S. Sroufe; 2 special granddaughters, Stefanie J. Emley and Sydney A. Sroufe and grandson, Barrett J. Condy all of Germantown, OH; 2 sisters, Mary Martha Emley of Germantown, OH and Lorna J. (Dan) Anslinger of Woodbridge, CA; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A life-long resident of Germantown, he graduated from Germantown High School in 1951. He was active in numerous activities, but excelled in baseball and football; he wore his "Cardinal" red proudly. He served in the U. S. Navy during the Korean Conflict and with Navy Patrol Squadron 21 (VP-21) from 1956 to 1957 as an Aviation Electronics Technician. Ben received an Honorable Discharge.
He attended the General Motors Institute and learned his trade as a Quality Control Engineer. He worked for the Ledex Co. in Vandalia, OH for more than fifteen years; then for Hughes Aircraft Co., in Tucson, AZ, as a Field Quality Control Engineer until retirement in 1995. After retirement he worked at the First National Bank in Germantown; also at Dr. Joseph "Buzzy" Pierce, D.D.S. A life-long member of the (formerly Wesley) Germantown United Methodist Church; he served as a Sunday School Teacher (Faith Seekers Class) and Superintendent for many years. Tim also sang in the church Choir and local Christian singing group Christ Connection.
He was an avid Valley View Spartan sports fan and supporter. In addition he was a member of the Germantown Lions Club, and active in many community projects and events. A Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather (Pa), Brother and Friend to many, he touched many lives with his smile, sense of humor and stories.
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Commander William (Bill) G. Eaton, USN (Ret.) died on January 25, 2011 in Virginia Beach, VA. Born in Charleston, SC, March 26, 1922, he graduated from the Hamburg, NY, public school system in June 1940 and entered the US Navy where he won an appointment to the US Naval Academy. He graduated from the Naval Academy in June 1944 with the class of 1945. In World War II he served as gunnery officer aboard the USS Blue, DD744, and USS Marshall, DD676. After a number of surface ship assignments he entered flight training and received his wings in September 1949 at Pensacola, FL. Additional Navy assignments included Patrol Squadrons VP21 in Patuxent River, MD (Bill served in VP21 from 1949 to 1952), and VP45 in Coco Solo, Panama; the NROTC Unit at the University of South Carolina in Columbia; the USN Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Physics; the CNO staff at the Pentagon; and the CINCLANTFLT staff in Norfolk, VA. After retiring from the Navy in 1965, he worked for Northrop Corporation until 1972, where he proudly contributed to the first manned lunar landing. He then embarked on a twenty-five-year career teaching mathematics and science in the Norfolk and Virginia Beach public school systems and at Tidewater Community College.
Major Teofilo "Teo" Esculano, Jr, USAF Ret. passed away on Friday, May 13, 2016 at his home in Madison, MS after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Teo was born on June 21, 1934 in Staten Island, New York. His overwhelming love and devotion to family was rooted in his core from a very young age and he carried this throughout his life.
As a little boy living in New Jersey, Teo rode the subway to New York where he shined shoes and sold newspapers to help provide for his family. As he got older, he had many different jobs that included being a Western Union delivery boy and a gas station attendant as well as working in a chicken factory and later in the garment district. Then, after working in roofing and siding for a year, Teo joined the Navy ('52–'55) where he was a member of the VP21 patrol squadron and served his country during the Korean Conflict. After discharge from the Navy, he attended San Diego Junior College, earned his associates degree in Business and enlisted in the Air Force in 1957. While in the Air Force, Teo was stationed at various Air Force bases around the country including Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS and was deployed to many different countries such as French Morocco, Malta, Thailand and Vietnam. In 1972, he accepted a two year assignment at the National Defense Headquarters in Ottawa, Canada and then retired from the Air Force to live in Biloxi. Following his military service, Teo started his career with South Central Bell as a PBX Supervisor and advanced through various other positions with increasing responsibilities. He retired from the company in 1991 in Jackson, MS.
Teo has been a proud member of the Knights of Columbus Council #1244 in Biloxi since 1970 and later achieved a 4th degree knight designation. He was also a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America. Teo enjoyed public speaking and served as President of the Coast Toasters in 1981. In 1983, he won 1st place at the Mississippi Speakers Bureau Contest for excellence in public speaking. Teo was a graduate of the University of Nebraska (Omaha) where he earned his bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
Survivors include his wife, Cynthia "Cindy" Esculano; daughter, Cathryn "Cathy" Williams of Orlando, FL; son, Paul Esculano (Kris) of Long Beach, MS; step-daughter, Kimberly Necaise of Wiley, TX; step-daughter, Heather Necaise of Hattiesburg, MS; grandchildren, Jason & Jordan Hymel, Justin Kincannon, Shelbey Esculano, Kaitlyn Necaise and his "buddy" Jakob Allen; brothers, Joseph Esculano (Pepita), Anthony Esculano and Jackie Gray; his uncle, Angelo "Al" Albanese; and dear friends, Randy and Christine Bailey.
Teo was preceded in death by his beloved daughter, Lori Esculano-Dunn, father, Teofilo Esculano Sr., mother, Lucille Gray, step-father, Johnny Gray, sister, Roseanne Schoenig and brother, Edward "Eddie" Esculano.