Thalia Ann Sale

1937 - 2019

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Thalia Ann Sale, 81, of Newark, and formerly of Ada, passed away peacefully at Altercare Newark South on Friday, January 18, 2019. She was born in Ruston, Louisiana on December 15, 1937 to the late Damon Harbin and Precious (Hearon) Sale. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Nancy Schmidt. She is survived by a nephew, Brian (Hope) Schmidt; a niece, Tami Schmidt; a great-niece; two great-nephews; and several great-great nieces. Ann received her Bachelor's in Education from Ohio Northern University and went on to teach both History and Government at Ada High School. She was a member of the Retired Teacher's Association. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at SCHINDEWOLF-STOUT-CRATES FUNERAL HOME with Pastor Thomas Dearth officiating. Burial will follow in Dunkirk Cemetery. Visitation will be held for two hours prior to the service (11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.) Wednesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Humane Society of Hardin County and online condolences can be expressed by visiting stoutcrates.com.


Service Information
  • Visitation Details:

    Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home [Map]
    200 E. Columbus St.
    Kenton, Ohio 43326
    Wednesday, January 23rd 2019 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

  • Funeral Service:

    Wednesday, January 23rd 2019 - 1:00 PM

  • Service Location:

    Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home [Map]
    200 E. Columbus St.
    Kenton, Ohio 43326

  • Final Resting Place:

    Dunkirk Cemetery [Map]
    State Route 68 North
    Dunkirk, Ohio 45836

  • Contributions:

    Hardin County Humane Society - Sale
    For Online Donations, please select above link
    PO Box 108
    Kenton, Ohio 43326

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To : Family
Date :Monday, January 21st 2019
From : Mike Mankey
Ms Sale so encouraged me to reach my potential as a student. Her encouragement inspired me to ge the best grades of my high school career. I note that, after almost 45 years between then and now, the date of her passing was my birthday. So grateful!



To : The Family of Miss Sale
Date :Tuesday, January 22nd 2019
From : Traci Welch Moritz
Miss Sale made such an impact on my life. She encouraged me to strive for more in college and to do my very best. One afternoon I stopped at Happy Dayz and there she sat having a sandwich. I was so happy to be able to introduce such an important person to my daughter. She asked me to call her Ann, but I just couldn't bring myself to do so. She made a difference and will long be remembered.



To : To the Family of Miss Sale
Date :Tuesday, January 22nd 2019
From : Steve Stansloski
I used to mow her father's lawn as a teenager before learning she was his daughter. She invited me in for a glass of tea one afternoon and we talked for hours. From then on, she became more than a teacher, she was my friend. I think at that time, I was the only person who could call her Thalia...lol. She was a wonderful woman who supported and encouraged me through high school. She hugged me when I graduated, and I will never forget the impact she made on my life.



To : Family
Date :Tuesday, January 22nd 2019
From : Ruth Wilspn Oates
Ann was a member of our graduating class of 1956 from Hardin Northern High School. She was the quiet but caring one. A truly faithful daughter for her parents.We regret she did't stay in touch with any of us after graduation even though we tried. May you be comforted that as a class we do care and she will be remembered always.



To : Family
Date :Wednesday, January 23rd 2019
From : Chrissi Sanders Kriegel
Miss Sale was one of my teachers in high school. I always enjoyed her Government class. She was one of my favorite teachers and will be missed. I would see her in Lima occasionally and I'm glad I had the chance to tell her how much I appreciated her.



To : Family
Date :Sunday, January 27th 2019
From : Karen Boutwell Peed
I must admit, I was probably one of the students that probably made her wonder why she chose teaching but I always had a healthy dose of respect for her. I wish I would have learned more. I recall one day something tickled her and she giggled through class. I loved it. Thank you Miss Sale for trying so hard for us!



To : Family Friends Community
Date :Sunday, January 27th 2019
From : Marshall Traster
Condolences for the passing of Miss Sale. Her patriotism, high standards, care for students and sardonic -- she gave me a thesaurus for graduation but told me to "chuck it" if not useful -- wit were always actively shared. She was one-of-a-kind and will be missed! Love to you all.



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