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620 Wooster Pike

Old Version

General Information

No:   620  
Street:    Wooster   
Name:   null  
Family:   William Wayne Krummert Jr. (Terrace Park BP)  
Historic Plaque:   null  
Owner Info:   Y  
Built:    1963   
Sec:   23  
Subdivision:   Wooster Pike 218 20x123 Camden  
Architect:   IR 14-18 PT 19  
Cont/build:   null  
Description:   null  
Original Use:   null  
Current Use:   Commercial  
Chages As Built:   Commercial  
Add To:   Y  
Sub:   N  
From:   Y  
Replace:   Y  
Changes Description:    1963 - wreck one story concrete block Flower Shop (or was it Holke?). Erect one story service station (Standard Oil).  


Current Owner: William Wayne "Bill" Krummert Jr. Date Fr: 2002 Date To: 
Original:  Date Fr:  Date To: 
1: Charles Clemens (brick house)(not in deeds) Date Fr 1:  Date To 1: 
2: James I. Finley Date Fr 2: 1933 Date To 2: 
3: Oscar H. & Marie J. Zeigler Date Fr 3: 1948 Date To 3: 
4: Standard Oil and then Sohio Date Fr 4: 1963 Date To 4: 
5: BP Oil Company Date Fr 5:  Date To 5: 1995
6: William Wayne "Bill" Krummert Sr. Date Fr 6: 1995 Date To 6: 2002
7:  Date Fr 7:  Date To 7: 
8:  Date Fr 8:  Date To 8: 
9:  Date Fr 9:  Date To 9: 
10:  Date Fr 10:  Date To 10:  1975


Story 1: Lemmon family owners in the 1930s (see deeds). Catherine Lemmon was born in Ireland in 1820 and died 19 April 1899. R. Lemmon was born in Pennsylvania in 1822 and died 2 July 1905. William Lemmon was born in 1861 and died 25 April 1900, killed on the Railroad. Charles Lemmon was born 2 February 1872 and died 13 December 1932, aged 60 years, Monroe (Evans) Funeral Home. They are all buried in Section 10 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford, OH. (see deeds)

Story 2: Information from Bill Krummert Sr., owner of BP: the gas and service station (Sohio and later BP) is listed at 620 Wooster. It was next door to the flower shop. A restaurant, Holke Food Center, and parking lot were located where the Service Station is now. Both properties were owned by Oscar Ziegler.

Story 3: In the 1950s Bill Krummert with Jack Williams (son of Mrs. Frances Williams of 906 Miami) started a new service station in Plainville on Wooster Pike at Walton Creek.) (From Stan Miller's 1950s scrapbook.)


1951/3 Map: Holke Food Center (Wooster & Given)

1965-66 Direct: Terrace Park Sohio Service (Elm [?] & Wooster) (Bill Krummert Sr. leased from Sohio)

1967-91Directories: Terrace Park Sohio (Given & Wooster)

1992-93 Direct: Terrace Park BP (same Co. as Sohio)

1994-97 Directories: '' (Sold in 1995 to Bill Krummert Sr.)

1998-99 Direct: (Bill Krummert Jr. leases from his father.)

2000-01 Direct: (2001 changes from BP to Citgo)

2002-07 Directories: TP Citgo (Shirley Krummert, wife and mother, died July 21, 2002)

2011-19 Directory: Terrace Park Auto Service - Clark