Terrace Park, Ohio Building Survey

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No: Street: Lexington Circle Name: 
Family: FOR SALE Owner Info: N
Built: 1958 Sec: 22 Sub: Meadowcrest Lot: 3 irreg
Architect:  Cont/Build: 
#Owners: 6F Original Use: Residential Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built: N Add To: Y Sub Fr: N Replace: Probably replaces a summer cottage that Leslie Jones remembers.
2001 - Bedroom & garage addition (KPS, architect)
Current Owner Date Fr: 2016 Date Toc: 
Original OwnerDorothy M. Rixey Date Fr: 1957 Date To: 1983
Owner 1: N. H. Burnam Date Fr 1: 1983 Date To 1: 2000
Owner 2: Jamie B. Omeara Trs & Johnson Trust Co. Date Fr 2: 2000 Date To 2: 2001
Owner 3: Kurt Kuwatch Date Fr 3: 2001 Date To 3: 2010
Owner 4: Bank of New York Mellon Date Fr 4: 2010 Date To 4: 
Owner 5: Budimir & Sherri Sokolovich Date Fr 5: 2010/11 Date To 5: 2015
Owner 6: Sarah L. Zimmerman & Michael E. Butler Date Fr 6: 2015 Date To 6: 2016
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1975 Owner:  Dorothy Meyers Rixey.
Description: 1 story expanded brick & siding Ranch, gable roof. 
Story 1: "RIXEY DEAD AT 72; MADE HALL OF FAME  Cincinnati. Feb. 28 (AP).  Eppa Rixey, a left-handed pitcher who was voted into baseball's  Hall of Fame only last month, died yesterday.  He was 72 years old.  Rixey's major league career spanned 21 years with the Philadelphia Phillies and the Cincinnati Reds, from 1912 to 1933.  He won 266 games and lost 251.  His 266 victories set a major league record for left-handers until Milwaukee's Warren Spahn broke it in 1959.  "I'm very glad Spahn broke it." Rixey quipped at the time,  "If he hadn't broken it, no one would have known I'd set it."  Rixey, who became a successful insurance executive in suburban Mariemont after leaving baseball, was one of four players elected to the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N. Y. last month.  Rixey, 6 feet 5 inches and 210 pounds, was one of the few players of his era who did not reach the major leagues after an apprenticeship in the minors.  He played with the Philadelphia National League championship team in 1915.  Among his better seasons were 1916, when he had 22 victories and 10 losses with Philadelphia, and 1922, when he posted 25-13 with Cincinnati.  (1963 obituary)

Eppa Rixey was born 3 May 1891 and died 25 February 1963, aged 71 years, buried in Section 22 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH, Schaefer-Busby Funeral Home.  This was just 32 days after he was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.  Dorothy Meyers Rixey was born 24 June 1901 and died at the Marjorie P. Lee home 9 May 1992, aged 91 years, buried in section 33 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH, Schafer-Busby Funeral Home.  Their son, Eppa Rixey III was born 18 October 1925 and died 22 July 1991, aged 65 years, buried in St. Thomas Church Columbarium Section 2, Niche 55, Schaefer-Busby Funeral Home. 

1959-63 Directories: Eppa Jr. & Dorothy Rixey (moved from 108 Miami)
1963-80 Directories: Mrs. Eppa (Dorothy) Rixey
1982 Directory: "     & Page S. Metz (Sold 1983)
1984-99 Directories: A. R. "Tuck" & Nancy Burnam
2000-01 Directory: "     (Sold 2000)
2002-07 Directories: Kurt & Caroline Kuwatch
2008-09 Directory: "     (Sold 2010)
2011-12 Directory: Budmir & Sherri Sokolovich