William E. "Bill" Yost
June 18, 1934 - August 10, 2018
William E. “Bill” Yost, 84, of Burbank, died Friday, August 10, 2018 at Burbank Parke Care Center after a period of declining health.
Bill was born June 18, 1934 in Lodi to the late Clarence and Nellie (Jamison) Yost and was a 1952 graduate of Burbank High School. He married the former Marlene Spencer on Aug. 26, 1967 and she preceded him in death on Aug. 4, 2016. He retired from Rubbermaid, Inc. after 30 years of service and was a faithful member of Aukerman Church of God. Bill enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening. He loved sports and was a big Norwayne Bobcat Fan and he was a member of several gun clubs.
Surviving are his children, David Eugene Yost of Columbus and Dawn Marie Yost of Loudonville; a grandson, Michael Uldrich; his brother, Calvin (Ethel) Yost of Burbank and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, and brothers, Shelby, John, David and Clarence Jr.
Memorial services will be on Saturday, August 18, 2018 and 2:00 p.m., at Aukerman Church of God, 12292 Franchester Road West Salem, Ohio 44287 with Pastor Ken Thomas officiating. Friends will be received one hour prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be made to Aukerman Church of God, 12292 Franchester Road West Salem, Ohio 44287. Tributes may be shared at www.Murray-Funeral-Home.com
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Name: Gene & Dawn McLaughlin
Wishing the family our deepest sympathies. Gene and his dad, Don knew Bill and Clarence very well. Brings back a lot of good memories.
Name: Ruth Ann Allison
Deepest Sympathy to the entire Yost family. I worked with Bill and Marlene, as well as his brother Cal, at Rubbermaid. A very nice man whom I don't recall ever hearing a bad word come out of his mouth. He was a good worker,enjoyed talking about his hunting trips, and he loved to play cards at lunch time.
Name: Rich Schulz
As a greeter on Sunday mornings, Bill always had a friendly smile and a warm handshake for you. He was an usher too, among other things, and the Aukerman congregation - past and present - will miss him. If he's not now in a better place, there's little hope for the rest of us.