Flagman Gene Notestine passes away
John Nicholas/ THE RACERS EDGE
B. Notestine, 71, of Fremont died Sunday evening at Memorial
born in Lindsey to Warden and Rachel (Travis) Notestine.
from Ross High School and served with the U.S. Air Force
during the Korean War.
the Korean Service and Good Conduct medals.
ago Mr. Notestine drove race cars at the Fremont Speedway
and is known for later being a flagman there for many, many
years. Recently he was working as a part-time security guard
with Continental Security working at Heinz USA.
Notestine worked as a former secretary for the Fremont Moose
Lodge and later as an administrator for the Port Clinton
Moose Lodge, from which he retired.
a life member and Pilgrim member of the Fremont Moose, a
life member of the Fremont VFW and a member of the Fremont
Nancy Cook on March 10, 1957, in Fremont, and she survives.
Also surviving are son John of Fremont; daughter Tammy Notestine
of Bellevue; grandson Eric Notestine of Green Springs and
granddaughter Taylor Notestine of Bellevue; great-grandchildren
Rylie and Kayden of Green Springs; and brother Richard of
is preceded by his parents and granddaughter Amber Notestine.
2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nopper-Karlovetz
Mortuary. Moose services: 7:30 p.m.
burial service: Lindsey Cemetery with military rites by
the Fremont VFW and American Legion.
In lieu of flowers to the family.