“I worked 3rd shift at the time, baby-sitting for my brother. I was stuck at their house for three days. The snow was above houses, and it was just crazy. I remember people using snowmobiles to get around.”

Sandy Ritter, Tiffin

“I got off work at 11 o’clock and it was 58 degrees. I told my wife it wasn’t going to do anything. The next morning it sounded like the wind was going to rip our roof off. I couldn’t even see the street light across the street.”

Paul Marsh, Butler

“I was living in Northern Pennsylvania. I remember taking the kids out on a sled to get groceries.”

Janet Spahr, Mount Vernon

“Everything was frozen. The snow and rain came, and it froze within minutes.”

Elaine McCullough, Mount Vernon

“I was in Cleveland; and I didn’t go anywhere for an entire week. The amazing thing was, the power never went out, if you can believe that. It was really something.”

Mike Furr, Apple Valley

“I remember I had to get Similac from the hospital for my infant daughter.”

Tom Steury, Mount Vernon

 

 

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