KENT Party honors Ringler twins

Mary Rak Published:

Recently honored with a 75th birthday celebration were twins Dick Ringler of Green and Bob Ringler of Kent.

There were 25 family members and friends at the Vandort Hall of the Kentway apartments in Kent to extend best wishes to the Akron born birthday boys. Guests came from Kent, Stow, Tallmadge, Green, Newton Falls and Rootstown.

The party was hosted by Bobs wife, Lela, and daughters, Phyllis Moore and Sue Sharish. They have five children including one stepson, newly married, who is currently serving in the armed forces in the Middle East. They have 10 grandchildren and four step-grandchildren.

Bob founded the Mens Fellowship Club in Kent 19 years ago. He is a member of and organist for the Rockton Masonic Lodge No. 316, the Kent Masonic Lodge No. 192, the Olive Chapter No. 53 of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons and the Masonic Commandery in Cuyahoga Falls. He has taught organ for over 40 years.

Bob also belongs to a trio of musicians called the Senior Three which includes Bob on keyboard, his brother, Dick, on drums and a bass player.

Dick, retired from Teamsters Local No. 24, is the president of the Akron Teamsters Fellowship Club. He is in a second band that plays for the Polish Legion of American Veterans Post No. 32.

Dick married his high school sweetheart, Maryann, 52 years ago last November and they have lived in Green for 47 years. They have five children, 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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