1, 1946, to Jane and Eddie Jones, a well-known Blade sports columnist. She was a 1964 graduate of Start High School. Afterward, she attended Bowling Green State University and then Penta County Joint Vocational Center. She became a clerk in the criminal division of the Lucas County sheriffs office after a two-year course of study that combined chemistry, psychology, and sociology with law enforcement. She continued her education and changed careers. She was drawn to people in need, her daughter said. Mrs. Gearhart had a bachelors degree and a masters degree in counseling and human services, both from the University of Toledo. She later became a master gardener.
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