Question: What do the approaching days of fall and lottery players still have in common? Answer: Sunshine and Green! Leaves on the trees are still green and the sun shines brightly on the following players after winning lots of green playing Ohio Lottery games.
Charlene Rein of London reined in half on the Ohio Lottery’s newest game Ohio 50/50 . She won $98,806 on September 10 after purchasing the ticket from Sterling One Stop in Mt. Sterling. Rein said she’s been playing Lottery for four years.
“I was playing my normal Classic, Rolling Cash and Lucky for Life and I was $4 shy of $20 so I decided to play $4 worth of the new game and finally won!” she said.
She’s buying new truck for her husband, a new home and paying off some bills.
Ronaysha Averiett of Akron is starting her freshman year in college with some extra cash! She won $100,000 in the Ohio Lottery’s Special Edition Cashword Top Prize Drawing. One of the 37 entries in the August 25 drawing, Averiett receives $71,000 after mandatory taxes totaling 29 percent. She purchased her entry ticket from Mr. Pantry on Copley Road in Akron on November 13, 2015. Mr. Pantry received a $1,000 agent bonus for selling a winning qualifying TPD entry. Averiett says the win came at a great time as her college career gets started.
The $2 Million Mega Millions ticket sold on April 1, 2016 by the Emery Convenient Food Mart in Warrensville Heights has been claimed in Trust. J. Paul Fidler is Trustee of “The Lottery Ticket MegaMillions Game Trust.” Emery Convenient Food Mart received a $1,000 agent bonus for selling a second-tier prize winning ticket.
Jeffrey Bauman of Cincinnati is the top prize winner of $50,000 a year, for the next 20 years, a $1 million prize on the Ohio Lottery’s Big Money instant game. He chose the annuity and receives $35,500 after taxes for the next 20 years. Bauman bought his $5,500(TPD) entry on February 24, 2014 from the Kroger Co. in Cincinnati. The Kroger Co. received a $10,000 agent bonus for selling a winning qualifying TPD entry.
Terry Grose of Norwalk won $130,000 in the September 9, 2016 Rolling Cash 5 game. Grose purchased the winning ticket from Dublos’ Carryout in Norwalk. The carryout receives a $500 agent bonus for selling a winning ticket.
Edwin L. Hoseus Jr. is Trustee of The Sunrise Trust. He claimed the August 1, 2016 Lucky for Life prize on behalf of the winner. The ticket holder chose the cash option and the Trust receives $4,082,500 after mandatory taxes. Reading Village Market in Cincinnati sold the $1, 000 a Day for Life winning ticket . The Market receives a $57,500 agent bonus for selling the top prize-winning ticket.