Fisher, Carol Ann

Carol Ann Fisher, 72, my beloved wife and soulmate of 50 years, passed away Thursday, March 12, 2020 after a courageous battle against leukemia. Carol was born May 27, 1947 in Canton, to Elton and Annabelle (Miller) Kinsley – their first child. She resided in and around Hartville most of her younger years before moving to Medina in March of 1969.

We met in August of 1969 while she was employed at the Red Barn Restaurant and have been together ever since. Carol and I were married on June 12, 1972 by Judge Carroll B. McClure.

Carol held many jobs in her working years including Assistant Manager at the Red Barn; Department Manager at W.T. Grants; Telephone Operator at General Telephone; Showroom Manager and Photographer at Aztec Imports; Department Manager at Best Buy; and for 20 years at the Pat Catan’s warehouse in Strongsville where she was employed as their first female Warehouse Supervisor. Carol retired from Pat Catan’s in 2014.

Carol always had a smile and kind word for everyone she met, even strangers. She had a beautiful smile, musical laugh, warm brown eyes and a loving personality. She was very spiritual with a loving soul and she studied and taught Astrology, Numerology and other Metaphysical sciences and enjoyed setting up at Psychic Fairs, where she was known as the Angel Card Lady.

Carol enjoyed spending our time together, vacationing in Florida, spending time with her family, crocheting, enjoying our cats, reading, watching TV, playing online solitaire and life in general. She believed in living each day to the utmost.

Carol is survived by her husband, Richard; beloved cat, Leo; treasured twin sons, Daniel (Joni) Stafford and David (Missy) Stafford, both of Tennessee; brothers, Thomas (Heather) Kinsley of West Salem, Mike Kinsley of Lodi and Edward (Brandy) Bitting of Lodi; sisters, Kathy Kinsley of Wooster and Terri Bryan of Strongsville; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles who will always miss her.

According to her wishes, Carol will be cremated and her ashes interred in the Western Reserve National Cemetery in Seville.

Stallard, Michael J.

On March 9, 2020 Michael J. Stallard, loving husband and amazing father passed away at the age of 53 after his courageous battle with ALS. Mike was born on June 5th , 1966 in Cleveland, Oh to R.J. and Lois (Bronstrup) Stallard. Mike and his wife Kelly have been together 17 years and together they raised Mike’s three amazing children, Tristan, Kendra, and Ryan and their beloved furbabies.

Mike was the proud owner of Pro Touch Lawncare that served Medina County for over 30 years. He had a passion for camping, boating, golfing, music festivals, Nascar, and spending precious time enjoying family and friends. His love of the Cleveland Browns was unmatched and he was a season ticket holder for 30 years. Mike never met a stranger and everyone who crossed paths with him was delighted by his great sense of humor and shining personality. He was a great steward to his community at Chippewa Lake and Gloria Glenns and enjoyed giving back to the community he loved. Mike was well known for his ornery smile and his kind and compassionate spirit.

Mike is survived by his wife Kelly Rose-Stallard, his children Tristan Stallard, Kendra Stallard, and Ryan Stallard, his parents R.J. and Lois Stallard, his brothers Rick Stallard and David (Linda) Stallard, and a wonderful family of relatives and friends. Mike was proceeded in death by his nephew Andrew Stallard.

A celebration of Mike’s life will be held Sunday, March 15, 2020 from 4:30-6:30 at Williams on the Lake, 787 Lafayette Rd., Medina, Ohio 44256. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the ALS Association, the University Hospital ALS Clinic, Compassionate Care Hospice, and Hospice of the Western Reserve Medina County. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you please make a donation in Mike’s name to Team Gleason at PO Box 24493, New Orleans, LA 70184 or

Kubacki, Darrell E.

Darrell E. Kubacki, 62, went to be with the Lord on March 8, 2020 at the Hospice of Western Reserve, Westlake.

Beloved husband of 34 years to Debbie (nee Fashimpaur).  Cherished father of Daniel (Lauren).  Son of the late Eugene and Louise (nee Gale).

Darrell was born in Cleveland and grew up in Seven Hills and lived in Parma.

Friend of Ildi, Agi (Mike) Irwin, Tom (Felicia) Somogyi, and Kristine (Lincoln) Tosti.  Brother-in-law, cousin, uncle and friend to many.

His mainframe computer career spanned from CEI, Jo-Ann Stores, DEFAS, LTV and Parker Hannifin.  He enjoyed Cleveland sports, camping, movies and travel.  He volunteered at Royal Redeemer, including Servant Saturday, Care & Share Thanksgiving dinner, and ushering.

A celebration of Life service will be held on March 15 at 2 pm at Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church, 16680 Royalton road, North Royalton.  The family will receive friends at 1 pm.

Memorials can be given to the Care Ministry of Royal Redeemer or Hospice of the Western Reserve.

Wisbey, Edward (Edd)

Edward (Edd) Wisbey, of Medina, got his wings March 5, 2020. He enjoyed spending time with friends and family, golf, good food and a stiff drink. His greatest joy in life was being a grandpa and sharing a great love with his wife. He always had wise words with his silly one liners.

He is survived by his wife; Sam (Jones) Wisbey, daughters; Lauren (Brian) Ryncarz and Haley Roberts, brother; Bill (Martha) Wisbey, nephew; Chris (Jessica) Wisbey and  several grandchildren who loved their papaw very much!

Services will be held at Christ the King Lutheran church, 8080 Lafayette Rd. Lodi, OH 44255. Calling hours will be Friday, March 13, 2020 from 3-5:30 pm. Memorial service will follow at 5:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: Medina Inpatient Hospice Care Center, 5075 Windfall Rd, Medina.

Meyer, Dennis L.

Dennis L. Meyer, 68 of Polk, passed away on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. He enjoyed fishing and the outdoors and was a very handy and crafty man – always busy doing something. Dennis was also an avid, proud member of the Wiggletown Amvets.
He is survived by his three children, Heath Meyer (Jill), Jeremy “Jake” Meyer, and Heidi Redinger (Robert); grandchildren, Kendal, Kaelyn, and Klaire Meyer; and Morgan and Mason Plas; siblings,Margaret Jennings, David Meyer and Freda Boyce; former wife, Carla Graven; along with many nieces and nephews.
Dennis was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Ivy Meyer; and siblings,  Robert Meyer, Doris Smith, Kenneth Meyer, Walter Meyer, and Kay Vaughn.
A private, family service will be held.

McIntosh, Thomas A.

Thomas A. McIntosh, 85, was called to his heavenly home on March 3, 2020. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Angela, and is survived by his son Tom (Karla) McIntosh and grandsons Colin Fogle and Alan McIntosh.
Though we will miss him greatly, we rejoice in Tom’s triumphant return to his Heavenly Father.
Join us for a memorial service on Wednesday, March 11th, at 11:00 am., as we celebrate Tom’s life and the blessed promise of eternal life through Jesus Christ.
First Baptist Church, 1226 Substation Rd., Brunswick, OH 44212. Luncheon to follow.
No flowers please. Your thoughts, prayers and fondest memories of Tom and Angie will be most deeply treasured.

Schneider, Cynthia “Cindie”

Cynthia “Cindie” Jean Schneider (née Patrick) of Brunswick, OH passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on the morning of March 1 in Cleveland, OH.  She was 59.

Cindie is survived by her husband of 40 years, Berndt; her son, Michael; her daughter, Hayley; her grandchildren, Franklin and Clara; and her father, Pat.  She is reunited in death with her mother, Shirley and her brothers, Thomas, Christopher, and David.

Cindie’s life can be defined by service to her family and community.  She was a devoted wife (“George”), mother, grandmother (“Nonnie”), daughter, sister, aunt, and friend.  Cindie was selfless, and putting others first was the only way she knew.  Cindie’s favorite times were when family and friends could “gather” and enjoy each other’s company.  She was also particularly proud of her role as “Nonnie” as she had a tremendous impact on her grandchildren’s lives in a short amount of time.

Cindie served her community by her involvement in various local non-profit organizations.  Notably, she spent 17 years as the Executive Director of the HANDS Foundation where she led countless fundraisers that helped the lives of 1000’s of senior citizens in Medina County.  After leaving HANDS, she focused her attention on a new passion:  raising awareness of addiction and the stigma attached to mental health issues.

Cindie would welcome anyone and everyone to “gather” for a celebration of her life on Sunday March 8 at The Barn at Mapleside Farms at 1:00 p.m.  The Barn is located at 294 Pearl Road, Brunswick, OH 44212.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Cathy’s House at

Walker, Kevin

Kevin C. Walker, 44, passed away Feb. 27.

Kevin is survived by his father, William; brother, Craig; sister, Annie Swearingen (Steve); nephews, Izaak, Simon & Elias; and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Judith Walker.

A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.

Ganley, Barbara A.

Barbara Ganley, 88 of Hinckely, passed away on Friday, February 28, 2020.

She is survived by her children, Leonard Ganley (Victoria), Pamela Bush (Mark), and Kimberly Dunne (Michael); grandchildren, Christopher, Adam, Briana, Jeromy, Jayme, Karilyn, Kyle, Gracelyn, Melissa, Matthew, Leonard, Jr., Ashley, Alexandria, Sean, Erik, and Danielle; great grandchildren, Zayda, Gerald, Benjamin, Hannah (expected in 3 weeks), Samantha, Hannah, Nathan, and Baby Dylong (expected in May); brother, Robert Daunch (Nancy); sisters, Vida Gallagher, and Patricia Cheraso (Samuel); and many loving nieces and nephews.

Barb was preceded in death by her husband Leonard; parents, David and Adelaide Daunch; and brothers, David and Chuck Daunch.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Brunswick Food Pantry or the Salvation Army.

The family will receive friends at the Diamond Event Center, 1480 Pearl Rd., Brunswick on Tuesday from  11am-1pm at which time the funeral service will begin.

Wirkner, Richard

Richard J. Wirkner, 89, passed away peacefully on Feb. 20, 2020.  Richard was born in Medina on Sept. 15, 1930, and spent his life enjoying Medina.  He is survived by his loving wife, Theresa (Dangelo) 87, and two daughters, Kristine Bradway of Seville and Karen (Phil) Cupa of Indianaplis, IN.  He is also survived by a sister, Mary Edith Gault of Ashland, Ohio and four grandchildren, Jessica Koenig (Seville), Jacob Koenig (Wadsworth), Michael Bradway (Weymouth), Stefanie Bradway (Lodi), Derek Hunt (Indianapolis), and Daniel Hunt (Japan), as well as five great grandchildren.

Richard worked for General Motors in Brookpark for over 30 years, then went on to work over 10 years for Medina Supply Company.  He enjoyed working to provide for his family.  He also enjoyed keeping a well-groomed yard, and in his younger days he was a fan of car racing.  He also enjoyed home projects and improvements.  Richard enjoyed a keen with and had a great sense of humor, never failing to instill laughter in those around him.

He was a lifelong member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, and was devoted to being a good Christian.  Surely he is in paradise with the Lord.

Mass will be held at St. Francis Xavier church, Medina on Saturday Feb. 29 @ 11:00 am.