Schultz, Kenneth

Ken Schultz passed away November 25, 2018 in his hometown of Brunswick, Ohio.  Ken was born February 14, 1943 to Edward and Anita (nee Wagner) Schultz.  While Ken spent his childhood and most of his adult life on family farms, both located on Laurel Road, at the time of his death Ken was a resident at Pearlview Nursing Home.

Ken was a loyal member of Local 505 Painters & Allied Trades District Council 6, from which he retired in 2005.

Ken is survived by his wife, Florine Schultz; brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Ann Shultz, nieces, Victoria and Yvonne; nephew, Michael; children, Stephanie Morton, Sherri Morton McNight (deceased), Shelli Morton and Vince Morton; grandchildren, Ryan (Tug) Gulliford, Katherine (Katie) Gulliford, Samantha Crosby Darnell and Erinn Crosby Dirth and Lillian Morton; and great grandchildren, Eleanor and Marilyn Gulliford and Birch Dirth.  Ken is predeceased by his father and mother; his brother, Edward (Skip) Schultz; and nephew Robbie Schultz.

As Ken wishes, private family services will be held Friday.  The family requests that rather than flowers, please donate to Brunswick Hills Fire Department or the city.  Internment at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio, through arrangements with Bollinger Funeral Goods & Services of Brunswick, Ohio.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Pearlview Nursing Home for the professional, compassionate care shown to Ken, his family and friends.  Also, the family would like to thank Serenity Hospice of Stowe, Ohio, for their service to Ken and his family.

Kilfoyle, Bonnie

Bonnie Kilfoyle, age 81, passed away November 28.  Soulmate to her cherished companion of over 33 years, Steve Werderitsch; beloved mother of Amy Penn (Jim), Steven, Michael (deceased) and James E. (deceased); grandmother to Owen; and loving aunt to many nieces and nephews.

Bonnie enjoyed sewing and word puzzles, and as an avid poker player, she loved Texas Holdem. She will be dearly missed by all that knew and loved her.

Friends and family may gather to celebrate her life on Tuesday, Dec. 4 @ 11:00 am at Faithwalk Church, 1480 Pearl Road, Brunswick.  Arrangements by Bollinger Funeral Services.  www.bollingerfuneral.com

Oberg, John W.

JOHN WILLIAM OBERG, age 84. Beloved husband of Jacqueline “Jackie” (nee Vargo) for 61 years.

Loving father of Jeffrey (Denise) and Janna. Loving grandfather of Nicholas. Brother of the late August, Jr. Son of the late August and Myrtle (nee Schlegel). Uncle and cousin of many.

“Dad” to hundreds of DeMolay boys. Member of Quarry Masonic Lodge #382.

Memorial donations may be made to Senior Citizen Resources, 3100 Devonshire Rd., Cleveland, OH 44109 or the Dyslexia Center of Cleveland, 3615 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115.

The family will receive friends at the BUSCH FUNERAL HOME, 4334 PEARL RD., CLEVELAND on Thursday from 3-8pm with a Masonic Service at 7:30pm. The funeral service will be Friday at 10am at the Brooklyn Hts. United Church of Christ followed by the burial at Brooklyn Hts. Cemetery. Arrangements by BOLLINGER FUNERAL SERVICES

Carter, Clyde L.

Clyde Lewis Carter, 80, previously of Ravenna and Streetsboro, passed away on Sunday, September 2, 2018 after a long courageous battle with lung cancer, with his loving wife, who he cherished more than anything, and family by his side.

Clyde was born on July 31, 1938, in Detroit, MI, to Robert and Bertha (Ballinger) Carter.  He graduated from Southeast High School in Palmyra Township, OH in 1957.  A U.S. Marine veteran and also serving in the Reserves, he retired from Ford Motor Company in Walton Hills, OH.  He married Marilynn (Gaster-Enos) on May 24, 1986.  She was the love of his life.   You rarely would see one without the other.

Clyde loved the Cleveland Indians, and rarely missed watching a game on TV. He even had a TV in his garage where he enjoyed tinkering.   He was a loving father and grandfather, who would give you the shirt off of his back, and you better take it or else he’d “jerk a knot in your tail”, as he would lovingly say.  His wife and family were everything to him, and he was proud of each and every one of them.   Through it all, he had a spirit that no one could deny.   He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.

In addition to his wife Marilynn, he is survived by his daughters Laura Carter, of Plano, TX, Sheila Carter Perdue of Smyrna, DE, stepson James Enos of Medina, OH, stepdaughter Debra Enos of Ft. Riley, KS, grandchildren Alex (Allie), Hannah, Brandon, Elise, Christopher, Sarah (Ron), Robert, Mollie (Chris), and great-grandchildren Serenity and Carter.  Also surviving are Brothers Wayne (Connie) Carter, Ron Carter, Larry (Nancy) Carter, Sister Caroline Hudson, and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death are his parents, sisters Sue Ward, Jean Aubert, and stepson Larry Enos.
Cremation has taken place, and there will be no services.  In lieu of flowers, make a donation to your favorite charity in his name.  Burial will be at the Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Rittman, OH.

Taylor, Clarence A.

Clarence A Taylor, of Medina OH, passed away on Sunday, October 22, 2017

Clarence was born in Portland Oregon June 20, 1938 Clarence was married to Cleda Taylor on May 20 1957; they were married 58 years.
Clarence worked as a Vending Machine Mechanic for Automatic Sales for 31 Years. He enjoyed working on cars in his younger days and spent his later years as a hobby woodworker.

Clarence is survived by sons Brian (Susan) and Brad (Mary) Taylor; Grandchildren, Justin Taylor, Jessica Taylor, Garrett Taylor, Zach Goodin, and Carlie Oliveras (Joseph) , and other family and friends. Clarence was preceded in death by his wife Cleda.

Eldridge, Paul

Paul Eldridge, (1983-2017), passed away August 12, 2017.

Beloved son of Bernice (nee Fenger) and the late Kenneth; loving grandson, nephew and cousin.

There will be a Memorial Mass at Holy Family Church, 7367 York Road, Parma on Saturday, August 19 at 10:00 am, followed by a Celebration of Life at Ripepi’s Gathering Room, 5762 Pearl Road, Parma, immediately after.

Minick, Ann

Ann Minick of Valley City passed away on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 in Cleveland. She was born in Phillipsburg, PA and resided in Valley City for 52 years. Ann served during World War II with the U. S. Naval Reserves in Washington D.C. as a Petty Officer First Class. She later worked as a teacher and met her husband while both were teaching at West Chester High School.  Ann is survived by her loving husband James of 60 years; sons, Greg (Jayne) Minick of Sheffield Lake, Kenneth (Margaret Bridge) Minick of Chatham, and Michael Minick of Valley City; daughter Deborah Smith of Avon; seven grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; sister Helen (Steve) Gentile; and brother Charles (Sally) Yatsko.  She was preceded in death by her parents, and brothers, Emil Yatsko, Robert Pavlik, and William Yatsko.  The family will receive friends at the First Baptist Church of Valley City, 6936 Center Road, Valley City on Sunday from 3-5pm with the funeral service beginning at 5pm.

Todorov, Regina

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the untimely passing of Regina Maria Todorov, born on July 10th, 1982, passed from this earth on Friday December 2nd, 2016, at the age of 34.  She is survived by her loving parents, Andrei and Karen (Leonhardt) Todorov; her siblings, Theodore and Nicholas; and her nieces Angela and Annie, along with many more loving family members.  Regina joins her departed sister Jennifer, Todorov; her grandparents Frank & Edna, Leonhardt, and Henry & Cornelia Todorov.  We invite family and friends to gather together with us in a celebration of her life on Sunday December 11th, between 1 and 4 o’clock. Words of remembrance will be spoken at 2:30, with a luncheon to follow at the Diamond Event Center located at 1480 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH 44212.  In lieu of flowers please pay it forward with a random act of kindness.

Kowal, Louane W.

After a short illness, Louane W. Kowal of Medina, Ohio, born March 27, 1923 to Fred C. Williams and Miriam (nee Weber) Williams, passed away peacefully on December 2, 2016 and has rejoined her husband of over 60 years, John G. Kowal. She was “the captain of the ship” for her family and will be deeply missed by her four children and their families: Lynne (John) Gibbs, Jan (Fred) Graff, John W. Kowal, and Tom (Francie) Kowal. She was a role model and inspiration for her seven grandchildren: Jonathan (Lori) Gibbs, Susan Borders, Kari (Matt) DiDonato, Wyatt (Katheryn) Graff, Drew Kowal, Lindseymarie (David) Szeto, Katie Kowal, and seven great-grandchildren.  Louane was the eldest sister to Judy Goulder (decd) and Susan Davis. She was a proud graduate of Miami University and worked for many years as an administrative secretary with the Medina City Schools. She had a pioneer spirit and a huge heart. She always gave more than she took. Her life revolved around her love of animals as she cared for countless horses, dogs, and cats as well as helped with Project R.I.D.E. and Medina 4-H. She was a passionate Indians-Cavs-Browns-Buckeyes fan as well.  A celebration of her life will take place in the summer of 2017 on the family farm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in her memory to the Medina County SPCA (8790 Guilford Road, Seville, OH 44273).

Rivera, Anita

ANITA RIVERA 40, Loving mother of Alexandra and Jaydon. Wife of Jayson. Daughter of the late Kathleen and David Dvoroznak. Loving sister of Joshua and Jacob Beecham. Best friend of 40 years to Lisa Harries. Anita was loved by many. She could light up a room anywhere she went. Her compassion for her children was one of a kind. She truly had the world’s biggest heart. Anita was loved dearly and will truly be missed by all. Friends may call at the First Christian Church, 3611 Center Rd. Brunswick on Tuesday from 10-noon with the funeral service beginning at noon. Burial to follow at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.