Leslie on March 6, 1998, in West Unity, Ohio, and he survives. Tanya is also survived by her daughter, Jodi (David) Blom, of Bryan; son, Chad Reger, of Montpelier; step daughters, Vicki (Tim) Westfall, of Montgomery, Michigan, and Monica Sumner, of Montpelier; step son, Joel Leslie, of Mark Center, Ohio; grandchildren, James Jackson, of Bryan, Andrew Jackson, serving in the United States Air Force in Japan, Kira Meldgaard, of Montpelier, Brad Reger, of Montpelier and Rachel Reger, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; four step grandchildren; five step great grandchildren; sisters, Vicki Kalmbach, of Grass Lake, Michigan, and Gayle Hawley, of Napoleon, Michigan; brother, Jay (Tonya) Hawley, of Napoleon, Michigan. She was preceded in death by her parents and a step grandson, Quinton Westfall.
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He said gation disclosed one of his most valuable cows had been released, but his shot frightened the prowl they could take the ers before animal. Keep Out Of Nazi Army chief of staff, will be called to use it. Before the committee today. FrontpageNewsBath NewsHeart of Bath AwardsOur Heart of Bath Awards are back and we need your nominationsDo you know a Bathonian who has done something incredible?ByGavin ThompsonBath Chronicle and Western Daily Press editor07:00, 1 MAR 2018Updated11:45, 1 MAY 2018Last year’s overall winner Kai Fletcher (Image: PAUL GILLIS) The people at the heart of these stories are not in it for the recognition, they are merely there in the background quietly making Bath a better place to live.But just because they don’t seek thanks for what they do, doesn’t mean they shouldn’t receive any that is why we have once again launched our Heart of Bath awards.The awards, sponsored by Curo, are shining a spotlight on some of the city’s residents who have gone the extra mile to achieve something great.This could be in the form of a community project, a fundraiser, a heroic act or even a path of self improvement that has inspired others.For the next seven days you can nominate someone for the awards.Then each week we will reveal the winner of each one of our eight categories before an overall winner is chosen by readers.All winners will be invited to special ceremony and dinner where the readers’ choice will be unveiled.Last year, the overall winner was Kai Fletcher, a former troubled teenager who turned his life around to become a youth leader, helping other young people through similar issues.His determination to overcome the bad hand he was dealt, as well as his passion to share his experiences for the good of others, certainly struck a chord with us as well as readers.But, as we said, our Heart of Bath heroes come in all forms, and each of our previous winners are incredible in their own right and for completely different reasons.Last year’s winner: Simon MoodyParamedic Simon Moody was off duty when he spotted a man looking unwell. He stopped to offer assistance and it was soon clear the man was in cardiac arrest. Simon initiated CPR until further support arrived.