Joshua Morrison/News Susie Oswalt gestures during an interview recently. Oswalt is heavily involved in the Centerburg community, helping out with events like the Oldtime Farming Festival.
Joshua Morrison/News Susie Oswalt gestures during an interview recently. Oswalt is heavily involved in the Centerburg community, helping out with events like the Oldtime Farming Festival.
Joshua Morrison/News Susie Oswalt gestures during an interview recently. Oswalt is heavily involved in the Centerburg community, helping out with events like the Oldtime Farming Festival.

 

CENTERBURG — Susie Oswalt has become a staple in the Centerburg community. After nearly 35 years of making things happen in the heart of Ohio, Susie and her husband, Jim, will be moving back to their roots.

Both Jim and Susie were born in Darke County and lived in Greenville after getting married in 1969. The couple have one daughter, Pam Bowers, and two sons, Paul Oswalt and Pete Oswalt.

The Oswalts have lived in Centerburg since 1982, and Susie has been involved with the community for almost as long. The couple moved around to different places, like Columbus, Chicago, Connecticut, and Indiana for Jim’s job for several years, before settling in Centerburg.

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