Hahn Loeser & Parks, LLP congratulates Senior Litigation Partner Douglas J. Suter on his professional achievements for 2016-2017.
For 2017, Doug has been named to the list of the Top Five SuperLawyers in Columbus and one of the Top 100 Ohio SuperLawyers for the third consecutive year.
Doug has also once again been named to the list of Best Lawyers in America for 2017 as well as Columbus C.E.O. magazine’s 2017 list of Top Attorneys in Columbus.
in the fall of 2016, Doug was listed as one of the Top Lawyers in complex commercial litigation by Corporate Livewire, a global business and legal rating service.
Pat Schaber retired in 2014 after 40 years in the financial services industry having worked in banking and insurances over those years. Pat became a full time realtor immediately following in 2014 with Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty in Florida.
Dr. Robert D. “Bob” Doe, born July 6, 1929 in Lexington, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully at Legacy Village Assisted Living in Jacksonville, Ala. on January 15, 2017 surrounded by family.
Bob was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. Following his discharge from the Air Force in 1952, Bob attended Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He began his career as a high school biology teacher in Columbus in 1957. Bob received his Ph.D in Physical Education and Biology from Ohio State University in 1970 and accepted a position at West Liberty State College where he retired in 1995.
Bob and his wife Barbara were married 59 years, prior to her death in 2011.
He is survived by his daughter Debra Doe of Hilliard, Ohio; son, Steven Doe (Laura) of Jacksonville, Ala.; grandchildren Bryan Doe (Stephanie) of Madison, Ala.; Eric Doe of West Point, Ga.; Michelle Doe of Denver, Colo.; great grandchildren, Kaylee Blackwell, Matthew and Natalie Doe.
Kenneth W. Rarey, 85, Physicist. You may have avoided a driving accident thanks to an innovation developed by Wheeling native Kenneth W. Rarey, who died recently.
Mr. Rarey, who grew up in Mozart and who graduated from Wheeling High School, was an expert on retro-reflective particles, and developed a process that made lights on highway signs glow much brighter at night making it safer to drive.
An army veteran, Mr. Rarey graduated from West Liberty University and received his masters degree from West Virginia University. He did post- graduate work at Purdue University.
He taught physics at WLU, received 17 patents for Continental Can Co. in Chicago, and became senior vice president in charge of European operations stationed in The Hague for Avery International Corp. of Pasadena, Ca.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth (Moyes) of San Diego, Ca., a sister, Eileen McGrail of Wheeling, three daughters, Elaine (Jerry) Robbins, Cathy (Guido) Van Drunen, and Susan Moralis, all of California. and brother-in-law, Dr. Norman Moyes of Boston.