November 29, 2014

Medina
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Artie L. Kelly

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Artie L. Kelly, 58, of Sullivan Township, passed away Friday, March 28, 2008, at her residence. Artie was born March 5, 1950, in Naoma, W.Va., to Arthur Crider and Geraldine Jarrell. She served in the Marine Corps, then married Donnie D. Kelly on May 13, 1978. Artie worked for Farmers Savings Bank in Wellington and Read More…

Michael E. Muczynski

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Michael E. Muczynski, 53, of Medina, passed away Thursday, March 20, 2008, at his residence. He was born July 3, 1954, in Chicago to Edward and Elaine (Bernath) Muczynski. Michael will be deeply missed by his parents, Edward and Elaine of Wadsworth; son, Brian Muczynski of Wadsworth; daughter, Lisa Muczynski of Wadsworth; sister, Diane (Thom) Read More…

Esther Curlin Shearouse

Esther Curlin Shearouse, 86, of Wadsworth, passed away Saturday, March 29, 2008. She lived in Wadsworth for more than 60 years and was a member of Wadsworth United Methodist Church. Mrs. Shearouse is survived by her sons, Alan and Bruce (Maria); daughter, Anita Shearouse; grandchildren, Selena, Rachel, Annie, Max and Joshua; brother, Fred (Liz) Curlin; Read More…

Cavaliers notes: Brown shuffles lineup once again

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor CLEVELAND — There’s been a changing of the guard for the Cavaliers, and coach Mike Brown hopes the move works out well enough to become permanent. With his team having lost three straight and six of its last nine heading into a game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday Read More…

Robert Witnik

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Robert Witnik, 60, passed away at his home. He was employed as a lineman for SBC, belonging to local union 4340. Mr. Witnik enjoyed fishing and was an avid Cleveland Indians, Cavs and Browns fan. He served his country in the Navy during the Vietnam era. Those left to remember Mr. Witnik are his sons, Read More…

Bridge in Lodi park collapses Sunday

LODI — A bridge in Lodi Community Park collapsed Sunday, leaving a vehicle dangling over the edge. No one was injured, a spokeswoman from the Lodi Police Department reported. Around 7:15 p.m., a pickup truck was crossing the bridge through the park when it gave way. Lodi Fire and Rescue was called to respond, the Read More…

Cavs throttled by Pistons in Detroit

By BRIAN DULIK Staff Writer AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Whatever momentum the Cavaliers had earlier this season is long gone. So is any psychological edge they held over the Detroit Pistons. Detroit abused archrival Cleveland for the better part of four quarters on Saturday night — both physically and mentally — in rolling to an Read More…

Taizé contemplative service

By JUDY A. TOTTS Religion Editor MEDINA — Imagine a quiet room illumined by candles. There is an atmosphere of quiet anticipation. Out of holy stillness, the praying begins, with voices creating a circle of contemplation through meditative music. It is Taizé prayer, opening a sacred space through short songs for entering the love of Read More…

New pastor at Second Baptist Church

By JUDY A. TOTTS Religion Editor MEDINA — The Rev. Michael R. Wilson is no stranger to Second Baptist Church. It’s dejé vu for the pastor, who served the church as youth pastor from June 1995 to September 1996. He will be installed as senior pastor of the church on April 5, succeeding the Rev. Read More…

New season brings ‘The Crucible’ and ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’

By John Benson Special to The Gazette When Great Lakes Theater Festival Production Artistic Director Charlie Fee programmed the 2007-08 repertory season, he admits a thematic link between the upcoming productions of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” wasn’t what he had in mind. However, a link does exist Read More…