11.17.09 House being emptied

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Date: Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: Athelene King's Estate
To: Wayne King <>

Good morning Karen. Our father is in a nursing home in New Lebanon, OH via a hospital in Dayton with a diagnosis of pneumonia. Elizabeth arrived last evening and they are loading a van, presumably picking over bones. I expect she will take mother's Buick.

If mother's estate isn't settled can she just take anything because presumably half is still in mother's estate.

Thanks, Wayne King
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Date: Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 1:18 PM
Subject: Re: Athelene King's Estate
To: Wayne King <>

U may want to check with your atty but believe u havr right to check on welfare of property. Liz just left message on machine. Have to take care of ct first then will call her. Some problem with bank acct for your dad
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From: Wayne King <>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 12:16:28 -0500
To: Karen Bishop<kkbishop2002@yahoo.com>
Cc: barbara lochner<>
Subject: Re: Athelene King's Estate

Sorry you're in court, but I was a little concerned you wouldn't physically be able to be there. In speaking with Barbara re: daddy's condition while at the hospital last week, prior to the nursing home, the expectation is that his time is short. I did expect ekj to put him in the van (I'm sure against dr orders) and bring him back down here so she could file the will in Lee County vs a county in Ohio. ekj has been hauling car, van, trailer and truck loads out of here for months. I expect she knows that as soon as we verify that he is deceased that we're going to cut the lock  and be in the property, hence the current visit to take the remainder.
It would seem a reasonable request to access the property to confirm that only daddy's personal property has been removed. Trying to recover any of mother's property while contesting the will will only add to the mess. Thoughts?

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 11:25 AM, Wayne King <> wrote:

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Date: Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: Athelene King's Estate
To: Wayne King <m>

No she cannot remove anything but for his personal belongings. Am n ct now
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From: Wayne King
To: Karen Bishop
Cc: barbara lochner
Subject: Athelene King's Estate
Sent: Nov 17, 2009 9:48 AM

Good morning Karen. Our father is in a nursing home in New Lebanon, OH via a hospital in Dayton with a diagnosis of pneumonia. Elizabeth arrived last evening and they are loading a van, presumably picking over bones. I expect she will take mother's Buick.

If mother's estate isn't settled can she just take anything because presumably half is still in mother's estate.

Thanks, Wayne King
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barbara lochner

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Barbara Lochner

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From: Wayne King >
To: Karen Bishop <kkbishop2002@yahoo.com>
Cc: barbara lochner <m>
Sent: Wed, November 18, 2009 2:40:30 PM
Subject: Athelene King's Estate

I can only assume mother's estate is settled. ekj has a VERY large U-Haul truck next door emptying out everything else.


11.1.09 The Stalker

This was during a time that ekj was next door at Mom and Dad's, Daddy was in Ohio, presumably in a nursing home and ekj had the van down loading more of the contents of the house in it.

I woke up at 6AM, the house was dark, I headed for the kitchen for coffee when the motion detector lights in the back of the house lite up the backyard. I looked out the window and ekj was slowly walking the back perimeter of our yard, but on the farm pasture (no dog). The distance from the house is about 100 feet.

Several days later, neighbors Rick and Sheryl were over for a visit and I mentioned ekj setting off the motion detectors. Sheryl mentioned, in the past she has been up in the middle of  the night to let the dog out and seeing ekj, in the dark walking in the street between our houses.

A week, or so, later Tom and Misti were over and I mentioned the above incidents and Tom said, "I woke up earlier than normal the other day and at 3AM, headed out the door and saw her in the shadow of my headlights while leaving".



In the middle of the picture is a vertical PVC post in the ground. This is where a cube of 400 brick were along with a cord of wood. elizabeth gave the wood away and she and daddy (on a walker) moved the bricks and dropped them in my rear driveway. Daddy went to ER and then ICU. elizabeth was willing to kill him so she could cause me problems.


8.16.09 Ltr re $14K

From: Wayne King 
Subject: Re: $14,000 and $1000 small claims
To: "barbara lochner"
Date: Sunday, August 16, 2009, 8:53 AM

I did not give permission to settle those outstanding General District Court cases. I was under the understanding that the substance of the cases were to be shifted to Karen Bishop.

From: barbara lochner
To: karen bishop <kkbishop2002@yahoo.com>
Cc: wayne king >
Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2009 8:36:30 AM
Subject: $14,000 and $1000 small claims

I located a letter (fax) from Adam Kinser to Judge R Larry Lewusm dated March 26, 09
advising him that the cases called out had been settled.  One case was Angela Reed, college loan, and the two others were reimbursement of the insurance moneys and  mother's half of the logging done on the property.
Richard Kennedy was cc'd.
I also have a directive from Quillen's court in Oct, listing these cases and moving them to an unnamed date in December, 08.
I am assuming that Dec date is when Kinser stood up and announced these cases had been settled for the amounts I have stated.  Mother was alive at this time and I have corespondence attempting to collect this money.
These cases were filed by Wayne and possibly he signed off on the settlements or gave permission to the attorneys to sign off.  He will have to provide that information. They had been set for May 13, 2009 but because of the settlement they were dismissed and removed from the courts docket.
I will send copies of the 'play it forward' October mention and the March 26, 09 letter from Kinser to Judge Lewis.  I would like to think this is enough information for you to confirm that LKJ does indeed owe this money to mother's estate as mother was alive at the time LKJ stole the money, at still alive at the time the cases were settled.


8.14.09 Bishop email re $14K

From: kkbishop2002@yahoo.com <kkbishop2002@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: $14,000 ins $ stolen
To: "barbara lochner" 
Date: Friday, August 14, 2009, 8:03 AM

Thx for info. I did not know. Thought this money was for van and college. She has to pay that back. Will look at court file of jidge mcelyea. Again thank uSent from my BlackBerry Smartphone provided by Alltel

From: barbara lochner
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 07:05:51 -0700 (PDT)
To: karen bishop<kkbishop2002@yahoo.com>
Subject: $14,000 ins $ stolen

It occurs to me that you don't know anything about this $14,000.

LKJ would certainly not volunteer to tell you.

For several months dad's caregivers turned in their claims as usual.  I want to say late 07 and spring of 08. When the insurance checks were deposited into dad's bank account, LKJ did not pay the caregivers but kept the money. I had to make up pay to the caregivers from mother's money as parents required 24 hr care.

 Over several months, this added up to $14,000 and was documented to the courts satisfaction and LKJ & her lawyers agreed she was to pay it.  She never did.  I doubt LKJ will willingly admit to this but if her lawyer is capable of telling the truth he will confirm this.


Mother's Will and Probate 1.20.09

Mother passed away at 2PM at my home, next door to where elizabeth and Daddy were in his house. EMS was called and they put Mother in the ambulance to take her to the hospital (no lights). elizabeth got into her car and followed the ambulance to the hospital. elizabeth showed up the next morning at 9:15 to file Mother's will and probate with Death Certificate at Lee County Courthouse.

Mother's will left everything to the surviving spouse, then to the 3 children. When elizabeth had Daddy changed his will leaving everything to her, this meant that when Mother died everything, except the property which was in a living trust, went to elizabeth. elizabeth apparently wanted it NOW!


1.16.09 ekj overview

 From: Wayne King
Date: Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 10:01 AM
Subject: Athelene King/Richie
To: skwiselaw@hotmail.com, jrasnic@alltel.blackberry.com, jrasnic@rasniclaw.com

You ask me if there was anything else going on and I said no. Well, maybe. It's so ongoing that it all runs together. 

Within the last couple of weeks the health care company that provides visiting nurses to check on mother and also provides the ambulance service for mother canceled the contract with mother AND father because of the continued unrest caused by Elizabeth and they were concerned about the safety of their personnel. Mother was in the hospital a couple of weeks ago and when she was being discharged Gail was informed that mother couldn't be released because there was no home health service for mother. Gail called me, I called Homehealth and was informed  the day they came to the house and realized mother was in distress (subsequently moved to the hospital) they informed Elizabeth they would no longer be under contract and the reason, but Elizabeth did not inform Gail, therefore leaving mother without home health care.

The bed location was to be determined by Joe Rasnic, and was ultimately decided by Dr. Litton and Joe to use the living room (see above link to pics). When Elizabeth arrived it was told to me that she was in a rage when she saw the room dividers (which were movable) were between mother and daddy's bed. In the house was mother, Charlsie, Angela (caregiver) and neighbor Misti McCowan. Angela called Gail and told her of the situation. Elizabeth left the house. Elizabeth returned after X time, grabbed a room dividers, shoved the divider around mother's bed and into the garage during this time is when, I believe, the altercation with Charlsie occurred. As she was moving the second divider Misti stopped Elizabeth and brought the second divider from the garage back in the bedroom. During this time Angela called Gail, Gail said to call the Sheriff. I believe the Sheriff told Elizabeth to leave the house. Elizabeth filed a charge against Misti for destruction of property claiming the floor was scratched. I saw the floor a couple of days later and saw no scratch. The floor was scuffed and I'm sure I did it some when I brought the dividers in, Elizabeth when she was shoving the dividers through the room and anyone else that touched the dividers.

Daddy a couple of years ago made a portable wooden wheelchair ramp for mother. I brought mothers portable ramps to my house because they were mothers and needed in my house because I have multiple levels. I took the wooden ramp of daddy and put it again the front door of their house for daddy to use. The next day Charlsie found the ramp  between the two rear wheels, at the bumper of the car she drives. 

This is living with Elizabeth. And the beat goes on.


1.9.09 Mother's hospital discharge

From: Joseph Rasnic <jrasnic@alltel.blackberry.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 9:51 AM
Subject: Re: Athelene King
To: Wayne King 

Could you get Richie to contact Adam? I would like to stay out of the house issue now that Athelene has been relocated. Let me know if there is anything else - 
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From: "Wayne King" 
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 09:29:37 -0500
To: <jrasnic@alltel.blackberry.com>; 
Subject: Athelene King

Good morning. Mother was discharged yesterday (not uneventful) and is getting settled in comfortably along with Remy and Charlsie at my house. Maybe it was the promise by Gail to bring a wine spritzer. It seems that when the home health care nurses showed up at mother's and ultimately recommended she go to the hospital, it was not a routine visit. The home health care providers were dispatched to cancel the contract for fear of their nurses due to Elizabeth calling the Sheriff's office 3 times for an officer and Elizabeth being charged with assault on Charlsie (witness by Angela). Unfortunately, only Elizabeth was informed of the cancellation, she didn't tell Gail, so when mother was due to check out of the hospital, the hospital they would not discharge her because she had no home health care provider, which also provided the ambulance. Needless to say, Gail started to scramble and ultimately secured another provider and was able to get her moved. 

While Elizabeth was gone and we have a key, I was able to get the lift chair, dividers, ramps, some linens and such from mother and dad's house yesterday. When I was there I saw a stack of medal flip loop type motel locks that Elizabeth apparent intends to install on all outside doors of the house. We would like to avoid the drama scene that Elizabeth wants to create and also avoid the door frames being damaged by the installation. I have a sawzall, so it's pretty easy to get in. There are going to be things that mother needs that are at their house and we aren't going to call Elizabeth to plead with her to let us in. If an email to Kinser for a couple of hours during the day that if we need something we can go into the house without being forced to call Elizabeth for permission it would take some drama away from her. If this is something better done by Rich, let me know. Thanks.