Joseph R. Newlove | Obituaries

Joseph R. Newlove, 76, of Wauseon, Ohio passed absent on June 23, 2021 at ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence soon after an extended disease.

Joe was born on August 31, 1944 to the late Elmer and Gertrude (Echle) Newlove in Rudolph, Ohio. He was the youngest of three small children. He was a graduate of Westwood High University Class of 1962 and furthered his education and learning at BGSU, Northwest Point out, Owens Group School, Hondros College and the Ohio State Freeway Patrol Academy.

From 1969 to 1974, Joe was an Ohio Point out Freeway Patrolman wherever he attained the Lucas County Bravery Award in the course of his support. In 1979, he commenced his true estate career and later on was the sole owner of Joe Newlove Actual Estate and Auctions. Joe done a lot of huge real estate farm auctions and marketed a lot of properties in Fulton County and the bordering regions. He accomplished the Multimillion Greenback Authentic Estate Salesman Award. He was a member of the Nationwide Association of Realtors, Ohio Affiliation of Realtors, Northwest Board of Realtors, Countrywide Auction Association, Ohio Auctioneers Association and Fulton County Criminal offense Stopper.

He is survived by his two young children Jeff (Wanda) Newlove of Wauseon and Jill (Troy) Armstrong of Wauseon, Ohio 6 grandchildren, Jacob, Jana, Owen, Jessica, Trent and Jude sister, Rose Newlove of Lehigh Acres, Florida nephew, Mark Chamberlain of Bowling Green, Ohio niece, Michele Chamberlain of Charleston, SC and special good friend, Bev Hollingsworth of Wauseon. Joe was preceded in demise by his dad and mom sister, Margaret Chamberlain and wife, Trasey Newlove.

Joe was an avid supporter of his grandkids. They had been his pleasure and joy. You would see him at quite a few sporting gatherings cheering them on and reminiscing with folks. He used many several hours seeing films of his grandkids’ game titles. He would inform stories of helping his Dad on the dairy farm, recollected recollections from the Ohio Point out Highway Patrol and the many auctions he termed. Joe was a male that always allow you know where he stood. Most knew him for his honesty and sarcastic humor.

In honoring Joe’s wishes, there will be no general public services and inurnment will be personal at the Wauseon Union Cemetery. A celebration of everyday living with the community will be held on August 1st from 1pm-4pm at Sully’s, 206 N. Fulton Avenue, Wauseon, OH. On the internet condolences might be available to the family at Edgar-Grisier Funeral Dwelling is honored to serve the Newlove relatives.