It’s Another Winner Wednesday at the Ohio Lottery and the following players are no longer wondering WWWD, what would winning do? They already know after filing claims in regional offices across the state.
Whoever said that there’s something in the name must know Rebecca Henry Blessing of Wellston. Her last name says it all. First, she won $10,000 on Double Cash Doubler. Then she got a little extra favor when she lost the filing claim ticket that she got from the Athens’ regional office and found it. After searching her car she found the ticket was in the trash that she intended to throw out. Now you know why she’s smiling. She’ll pay her bills with her winnings.
Cynthia Montle-Glass of Guysville already knew what winning was about when she won $5,500 TPD entry in 2013. Two years later she got a bigger and better experience when her entry ticket was chosen out of 33 other semi-finalists. She won the $1 million top prize on Millionaire Spectacular. It’s an annuity prize, $50,000 yearly for 20 years, but because she didn’t expect to win, she hasn’t decided yet how she will take it. Go Mart #111 receives a $10,000 agent selling bonus for selling the semi finalist entry ticket.
Betty and her husband Paul often dreamed of winning the lottery, and the Newark couple was just talking about it the other night. The talking is done for the Piles, because they won $1 million on Lucky Loot! It’s a lucky turn this couple needed. Two years ago they were unable to take a honeymoon because a head-on collision left them both injured. Now they’ll be taking that honeymoon and doing some work on their home. Circle K receives a $10,000 agent selling bonus for selling a top prize-winning ticket.
He’s all happy because he can give a shout out to his mom after winning. Deiontae Hillmon of Columbus won $25,000 on the midday October 4, 2015 Pick 5 drawing.
Mariessa Bernosky of Avon Lake and Laura Leonard of North Ridgeville each won $10,000 on Gold.
Timothy Baker of Akron won $10,000 on Lucky Loot.
James Larrick of Dayton won $10,000 on Some Like it Hot. He brought his grandson with him to claim the prize because part of it will be his. James says he’ll use some of the winnings to help his grandson buy his first home.
Brian Baker of Hillard went pro and won $77,747 on EZPLAY Going Pro.
James Hofaekea of Monroeville won $11,351 on EZPLAY Rock’n 777.
John Maag of Akron won $1,000 on EZPLAY Red Hot Numbers.
William Wagar of Akron won $20,000 on Lotta Bucks.
Sharon Land of Lorain won $20,000 on 50x The Money.
Tony Wilson of Circleville won $10,000 on The Big 10 Ticket.
Tarrie Reed of Canton won $10,000 on Lucky Playbook.