OBITUARY

Ann Wehrley

July 17, 1928March 2, 2013

Wehrley, Ann (Barga George), age 84, of Greenville, OH, formerly of Versailles, OH passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2013. Ann was born July 17, 1928 at the family homestead near Brock, the fifth child of Art and Carrie (Schwartz) Barga. A graduate of Versailles schools, she married James P. George (who preceded her in death) and together they owned and operated Frenchie’s Restaurant in Versailles until 1980. Ann moved to Greenville where she met and married Tim Wehrley. She continued to work in the food and beverage business until age 80, next transferring her energy and enthusiasm to the Darke County Community Action Partnership where she volunteered. In February 2012 she received the Outstanding Senior Citizen of the Year award. It was said that “Ann has a warm welcome smile to everyone that visits the clothing bank. No one leaves without having made a friend through Ann Wehrley…. Ann’s energy, bubbling personality and happy demeanor brings a smile to the saddest of folks and melts the hardest of hearts.” She retired from the clothing bank in December 2012, but continued to happily carry her 20lb handbag which contained a hammer, screwdriver, and shot glass among other things! In addition to her parents and first husband, she was preceded in death by her brothers Marvin, Richard, and Nelson Barga. She is survived by husband Tim Wehrley; son Thomas J. (Tara) George of Troy; step daughters, Christine Roberts and family of Margate, FL., Jill DeVon and family of Lafayette, IN, and Madalyn Wehrley of Parrish, FL.; grandchildren, J. Tyler George of Troy, and Kathryn K. (Chris) Edwards and great granddaughter Georgie G. Edwards of Charleston, SC; brothers Norman (Edna) of Union City, IN; Thomas (Mary Lou) of Vandalia; sisters in law Eileen and Susie Barga both of Versailles. A gathering will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 from 4-7 PM at Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 10:30 AM at the funeral home with Rev. Dr. Richard Culp officiating. Burial will take place in the St. Louis Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family would like memorial contributions to be given to State of the Heart Hospice or American Heart Association. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey.com

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Ann Wehrley

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Joe and Becky Levek

March 8, 2013

So sorry to hear about Ann. Our prayers are with you.

American Heart Association

March 7, 2013

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Steve Pipenger

March 7, 2013

A touch on the shoulder or a kiss on the cheek. I remember how warm Ann was when she was there when I went to Grandma and Grandpa's house. What sweet, fond memories. All my best to Tim and family. I'll miss her.

shelba wilson

March 7, 2013

You left me call you mom and that eas as special as the lady you were.I will never forget are friendship.Rest in peace mom. Love you

Katherine George

March 6, 2013

Tom and Tara: John and I send our condolences. Everyone knows your mom was a class act -- warm, loyal and very down to earth, as well as a good friend to my mother. Your cousin Kathy

Lu Ann Pipenger

March 6, 2013

Tom and family. Your mother was a fantastic person and she light up the room when she was there. She was a wonderful friend to us and especially our parents, Glen & Winnie Pipenger. She will be missed but always in our hearts. She was an inspiration to us and the many people she touched with her kindness and love for everyone. God Bless your family. Cindy and Lu Ann Pipenger

March 6, 2013

TOM,Thinking of you and your family. Sorry to hear of your loss, she was a wonderful and thoughful person. The family of the late Ed @ Evelyn Smith of Versailles. Sincerely, Carolyn Beck

Jay Montgomery

March 6, 2013

You ALWAYS lit up my life wit your smile and hug. May this candle return just a bit of the warmth and love you presented to me and so many others.

Bob Turpen

March 5, 2013

Tom, your sister was such a "sweetheart." I'll never forget her energy and kindness running the Frenchies restaurant. I have many fond memories of her. My heart and prayers are with you.

Turp

March 5, 2013

Annie brought a smile to your face when you saw her. The customers at the DCCAP clothing bank missed her greatly when she retired and so did all the staff. My deepest sympathy to the family


Janey Christman, Greenville Ohio