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It is with extremely heavy heart that we announce the passing of Mr. Richard Manley.
Richard Manley passed away February 27, 2018. Richard was an active member and Northeast Ohio representative for the OSBA and Past president of the Geauga County Beekeepers Association, plus many other activities. He will be exceedingly missed for his big heart, energy and his ability lead others.
Geauga County Beekeepers Association
The Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, March 12, 2018 at the Huntsburg Baptist Church, 16401 Mayfield Road, Huntsburg Twp., Ohio 44046. The family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service and immediately following the service. The family requests donations to the Geauga County Beekeepers Association, www.geaugacountybeekeepers.org. Arrangements entrusted to the Burr Funeral Home and Cremation Service, 116 South Street, Chardon, Ohio 44024. Information and condolences online atwww.burrservice.com
For other information you can look at the Burr Funeral Home below.
The Geauga County Beekeepers Association was founded on January 8th, 1976 at the Fowler Mills Church. Our club has approximately 70 members who attend our regular meetings.
Our mission is to enlighten the public about the benefits of beekeeping; to keep members updated on information such as diseases, equipment and beekeeping events; and to support each other by sharing our personal beekeeping experiences as well as helpful hints and guidance.
Members keep up to date on each others losses due to mites, hive beetles and natural predators such as bears and skunks.