Terrace Park, Ohio Building Survey

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No: 732  Street: Franklin Name: 
Family: Shelton Owner Info: N
Built: 1955 Sec: 28 Sub: Eveland's 2nd Lot: 35
Architect:  Cont/Build: Eveland 
#Owners: 8 Original Use: Residential Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built: N Add To: Y Sub From: N Replace: N
1996 - permit for Jane Hageman to enclose the existing off set of the house and build a deck & sun room on top (Patio Enclosures Inc.).
Current Owner: Scott W. & Julia H. Shelton Date Fr: 2009 Date To: 
Original Owner: Miles & Penelope Eveland to Eliza Jane Brown Date Fr: 1949 Date To: 1955
Owner 1: Ruth J. Sauer Date Fr 1: 1955 Date To 1: 1956
Owner 2: George J. & Marian R. Gray Date Fr 2: 1956 Date To 2: 1958
Owner 3: Jack H. & Jeanne G. Shank Date Fr 3: 1958 Date To 3: 1965
Owner 4: Bob W. & Doris I. Kocher Date Fr 4: 1965 Date To 4: 1995
Owner 5: Jane E. Hageman Date Fr 5: 1995 Date To 5: 2004
Owner 6: Frederick G. III & Julie P. Koehler Date Fr 6: 2004 Date To 6: 2009
Owner 7:  Date Fr 7:  Date To 7: 
Owner 8:  Date Fr 8:  Date To 8: 
Owner 9:  Date Fr 9:  Date To 9: 
Owner 10:  Date Fr 10:  Date To 10: 
1975 Owner:  Robert W. & Doris Kocher
Description: 1 story brick & siding Ranch, gable roof.  
Story 1: Robert William Kocher was born 9 July 1920 at aged 80 years.  He was buried in Armstrong Chapel Cemetery 12 May 2001, Section 1, Row M, Grave 34.  He was a World war II veteran.  His interesting obituary is in the TP Historical Society archives.                                                                                                                                                   Eppa Rixey and  Bubbles Hargraves, both of whom lived in Terrace Park, are baseball legends but Bob Kocher also was a baseball man.  While on the baseball team at UC, Bob "received a contract to play for the Cincinnati Reds (a lifelong dream) when a scout observed his stellar play for the Bearcats."  Later in the Navy during World War II "the Navy baseball team chose Bob to pitch against the Boston Red Sox.  Bob struck out Ted Williams", one of the greatest hitters of all times! (quotes from Bob's obituary)
Story 2: Edward Morton Hageman was born 9 May 1910 & died (aged 85 years) 24 February 1996, buried 27 February 1996 in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH, Elden A. Good Funeral Home.  Jane died 2003.
1959-63 Directories: Jack & Jeanne Shank
1963-66 Directories:  
1967-93 Directories: Bob & Doris Kocher
1994-95 Directory: ''    (Sold 1995)
1996-2003 Directories: Edward & Jane Hageman
2004-07 Directories: Erick & Julie Koehler    (Sold 2004)
2008-09 Directory:       (Sold 2009)
2011-12 Directory: Scott & Julie Shelton