Joseph E. Eaches, Sr.

| June 6, 2016

Eaches001COSHOCTON- Joseph Eugene Eaches, Sr., 87, of TR 347, died Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at Lane Purcell Hospice House in Sumterville, FL.

He was born Jan. 2, 1929 in Ironton to the late Frank Stanley and Vera Louise (Kelley) Eaches.  He served in the US Army in the Korean War from 1951-1954.  On May 3, 1954, he married Hattie (Erwin) Eaches, who preceded him in death on Oct. 19, 1999.  He was a service manager for the former Bechtol Lincoln-Mercury in Coshocton.  He was a member of the Coshocton Co. Sportsman’s Association for 43 years, 14 of which he served as an officer.  He was also a V.F.W. member.  He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, fishing and camping, woodworking, and working in his garage.  He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and a great friend to many.

He is survived by two daughters, Bonnie (Steve) McGuire of Coshocton, and Debbie (John) Russell of Leesburg, FL; six grandchildren, Lori (Tim) Tilton, Lisa McGuire, Steve (Amy) McGuire, Melissa Renner (Matt Born), Cody Eaches, and Eric Russell; three great-grandchildren, Carter, Katelyn, and Brandon McGuire; four sisters, Louise (Ernie) Shipman of Oklahoma City, OK, Celia May (Palmer) Grubb of Coshocton, Edith (Wayne) Hart of Coshocton, and Faye (Joe) Henderson of Coshocton; a brother, Larry (Audrey) Eaches of Coshocton, and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents and his wife, Joe is preceded in death by a son, Joe Eugene Eaches, Jr.; and five brothers, Frank Junior, Raymond, Virgil, George, and Gary Eaches.

A private family graveside service will be held at Coshocton Co. Memory Gardens with Rev. Ben McKinstry officiating, and graveside military rites performed by the Coshocton Co. Veterans Honor Guard.  The Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw is assisting with arrangements.

Memorial donations may be made to The Lane Purcell Hospice House, 2452 CR 526E Sumterville, FL 33585; or to The American Cancer Society,

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