December 18, 2014

Medina
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Teresa C. Boyd

Teresa C. Boyd, 79, passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2008, at her residence. She was born March 25, 1928, in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Boyd was well known as a cashier at Sparkle Market. She had a deep love of her Irish Catholic heritage. Mrs. Boyd is survived by her sons, Robert E. (Deborah), Leonard J. (Eva) Read More…

Jeremiah S. Horne

Jeremiah S. Horne went home Sunday, Jan. 27, 2008. He is survived by his loving mother, Laura Martovitz (stepfather Joe). He was the beloved father of Isaiah, Evin, Vanessa and Natasha; stepbrother of Tabatha, Joe Jr., Kyle and Nichole; beloved grandson of Doris Masek, and Victoria and Ed Martovitz; fiancé of Teresa; and beloved uncle Read More…

Carol A. Kennedy

Carol Ann Kennedy, 67, of Ravenna, formerly of Brady Lake, passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2008, at Pearlview Care Center. She was born Dec. 16, 1940, in Auburn, Ind., to Estel L. Kennedy and Dorothy J. (Gump) Wilcox. Mrs. Kennedy was a member of VFW Post 1055 Auxiliary, Ravenna Moose Lodge 1234, Ravenna Eagles and Read More…

Leonard W. Schultz

Leonard W. Schultz, 87, of Medina Township, passed away Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, at Medina General Hospital. He was born April 21, 1920, in Brussels Township, Wis. Mr. Schultz was a broadcast engineer for WJW. He was a Coast Guard veteran, serving in World War II. Mr. Schultz is survived by his daughters, Jean (Ken) Read More…

Shirley A. Thielo

Shirley Anne (Crouch) (Loescher) Thielo, 72, formerly of Wadsworth, more recently of Brunswick, went to be with the Lord on Monday, Jan. 28, 2008. She was born Sept. 13, 1935, in Ava, Ohio, to Clestus and Faye Marks. Mrs. Thielo was a graduate of Lincoln High School in Canton. She retired from the J.M. Smucker Read More…

Donald E. Tubbs

Donald E. Tubbs, 88, of Medina, a crusader for the special needs citizens of Medina County, has gone to meet his maker as of Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008. He was born Jan. 14, 1920, in Medina, where he was a lifetime resident. He graduated from Medina High School, class of 1938. Mr. Tubbs owned and Read More…

Boy unhurt as winds uproot tree

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By CASSANDRA SHOFAR Staff Writer MEDINA — Violent weather caused houses to creak, blew trash cans and triggered several false alarms Tuesday night, but at Rob and Jill McGarr’s house, 60-mph winds uprooted a tree in their backyard, which slammed into their 5-year-old son’s bedroom. The ash tree fell into the second story of the Read More…

Day of decadence descends on city

By ALLISON WOOD Staff Writer MEDINA — Chocolate-covered strawberries, chocolate cookies, chocolate milkshakes and chocolate ice cream are just a few of the sweet treats available to sample at Saturday’s For the Love of Chocolate Festival at the Community Center on the Medina County Fairgrounds. The chocolate festival, sponsored by the Medina County chapter of Read More…

Ad hoc panel convenes on Brunswick tax, finances

By HANNAH SCHAEFER Staff Writer BRUNSWICK — Mayor Dale Strasser’s citizens ad hoc committee had its first meeting Wednesday night to discuss the city’s failed November income tax ballot issue and its financial future. In November, more than 80 percent of city voters rejected a proposed income tax increase from 1.35 percent to 2.15 percent Read More…

Colts’ Henry seals the deal

By DAN BROWN Staff Writer GRANGER TWP. — It wasn’t pretty, but Cloverleaf’s girls basketball team will take the win. The Colts struggled from the floor and had a tough time putting Highland away in the second half, but still walked away Wednesday  with a 36-34 Suburban League win. In a game that came down Read More…