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Theo Sommer Obituary: Theo Sommer, a well-known publicist, passed away at the age of 92. After serving as editor-in-chief of the weekly newspaper “Die Zeit” from 1973 until 1992, he later became one of the publishers for the publication and did so for a number of years. Up until the very end, he contributed to the newspaper. Theo Sommer, a publicist from Germany, has passed away. The longtime editor-in-chief and publisher of the weekly newspaper “Die Zeit,” who passed away on August 22 in Hamburg at the age of 92, was surrounded by members of his family at the time of his passing. Theo Sommer was born in Konstanz in 1930. In 1958, he made the transition from the »Rems-Zeitung« in Schwabisch Gmünd to the »Zeit«, where he assumed the role of political editor and was responsible for the publication’s foreign and security policy coverage. He served as the chief editor of ZEIT from 1973 until 1992, and then he continued in that role until the year 2000, along with Marion Grafin Donhoff and Helmut Schmidt. It was widely acknowledged that he was one of the most accomplished journalists in the nation. Over the course of 64 years, he contributed more than 1,200 articles to the “Zeit,” helping to mold not only the newspaper but also all of German journalism. Theo Sommer was found guilty of tax evasion in 2014 and received a suspended sentence from a court in Hamburg.   Full Obituary

Theo K. Sick Obituary: Theo K. Sick, 96, formerly of Avoca, passed away Wednesday evening (Feb. 16, 2022) at the Clifton Springs Nursing Home, in Clifton Springs, NY. Born in Corning, NY on May 14, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Ellis and Margaret (Gleason) Kidder. On May 30, 1944, she was married in Cohocton, NY to Raymond W. Sick, who predeceased her on Sept. 10, 2011, after 67 years of marriage. Besides her parents and husband, she was also predeceased by her brother, Lindsley (Margaret) Kidder; and her brother-in-law, Richard Beechner A resident of Avoca for nearly 80 years, Theo and Ray moved to Victor, NY in 2001. She was a graduate of Avoca Central School and was employed at the former Clymo’s Red & White Store in Wallace, NY and at one time was employed as a secretary for Steuben County. Theo was a member of the Avoca United Methodist Church and was also a member and past matron of the Avoca Eastern Star. She enjoyed shopping and will be remembered most of all for being an excellent cook. Theo especially loved hosting gatherings for family and friends, attending church on Sundays, and going on Sunday drives throughout the countryside. She was also an avid bowler and was a member of a league at the former Murphy’s Bowling Lanes in Bath, NY.   Full Obituary

Theo Stebelton Obituary: Theo Stebelton, age 83, went to walk with Jesus Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. She was born on April 19, 1938, to Stewart and Dondus (Storts) Coleman of Canal Winchester, Ohio. A beloved wife, Momma, Gram, sister, and friend to many in the Lithopolis and Bloom Township area, Theo was raised on the family farm on Alspach Road and was a graduate of the Canal Winchester High School Class of 1956. Theo worked at the bank in downtown Canal Winchester where she met Harold “Bill” Stebelton, who became her husband and euchre nemesis of 50+ wonderful years. Together they were raised, and are survived by sons, Jim (Judy) Stebelton and Bill Stebelton; and daughter, Carol (Barry, deceased) Black. The greatest joy in her life was being the best Gram to Christina (Vic) Reed, Mariah (Martin) Overholt, Caitlyn (Ryan) Tietje, Haley (John England) Black, Grace, Garrett, and Giulia Reed. Survived by sisters, Joan Campbell and Dolores Hoffman; brothers-in-law, Paul Stebelton and Carl Stebelton; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and special friends who will miss her happy smiles and all those cookies. She was the champion vegetable soup maker and hug giver extraordinaire. Theo was a 60+ year member of the Hoy/Lithopolis United Methodist Church and Ladies Dorcus Circle; a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Reber Chapter, the Lithopolis American Legion Auxiliary; former head cook at Bloom Carroll Local Schools, and proud founding member of the first Bloom Township Volunteer Emergency Medical Squad.   Full Obituary

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