Kenneth Paul Herman Sr., 83, of 424 Burnham Drive, Fostoria, died Sunday morning in Good Shepherd Home, Fostoria. He was born in Sandusky and was a 1937 graduate of Sandusky St. Mary's High School, where he was a member of the 1936 State Champion basketball team.He graduated from Desales College, Toledo.He
was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II.He was a teacher, administrator and coach with St. Wendelin Schools, retiring after 42 years.He was Ohio Football Coach of the Year, 1961-62 and was inducted into Sandusky St. Mary's Basketball Hall of Fame.He was a member of Fostoria American Legion Post 73, and St. Wendelin Catholic Church,
is survived by his
wife, Genevieve E. (Davis), whom he
married April 25, 1942; four sons, Kenneth E.
(Kathy) and James (Paula), both of Fostoria, Thomas Paul (Kathy) of Alvada, Ohio, and Donald J. (Tena) of Bucyrus; two daughters, Kathleen (Jere) Witt of Martin, Ohio, and Janine (Henry) Schultz of Fostoria; two sisters, Peggy Sullivan of Crystal Lake, Ill., and Dorothy Brown of Toledo; 18 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. He
was preceded in death by his
parents, John "Doc" and Lucille (Ott); and one brother, Edward.