July 25, 2014

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Rosemary Clute

Rosemary Clute, 75, of Brunswick, passed away Thursday, June 26, 2008, at Medina General Hospital. She was born June 12, 1933, in Cleveland. She was a homemaker and enjoyed shopping, bingo, canasta and polka music. She is survived by her sons, Ronnie (Judy) Clute of Brunswick and Richard Clark of Lakewood; daughter, Christine (Joseph) Clark-Benet Read More…

Donald E. Eaken

Donald E. Eaken, 53, of Lodi, passed away Saturday, June 28, 2008, at his home following a short illness. He was born Nov. 22, 1954, in Medina to Dale and Doris Bensinger Eaken and grew up in Spencer attending Black River schools. Mr. Eaken was the utilities superintendent for the village of Lodi and also Read More…

Margaret M. Ehlinger

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Margaret Mary Ehlinger (nee Auterson) passed away suddenly on Saturday, June 28, 2008. She was the loving mother of Mary Frances, Michele (Dale) Ryba, Marita (Dale) Leachko, Arthur (Meg), Marguerite (Jim) Sammon and Anthony; dear grandmother of Tony and Aaron Ryba, Joseph and Andrew Leachko, Charlie and Michael Ehlinger, and Brian, Bridget, Mary Beth, Eileen Read More…

Veronica Wagner Gustin

Veronica Wagner Gustin, 97, of Brunswick, passed away Thursday, June 26, 2008, at Falling Water Healthcare Center, Strongsville. She was born Dec. 10, 1910, in Rochester, N.Y. She was self-employed at an employment agency. Mrs. Gustin is survived by her daughters, Audrey Ebling and Beverly Kovacic; son, Frank Kovacic; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and four Read More…

Road closings

River Styx Road, between Greenwich and Rohrer roads in Guilford Township, is closed today and Tuesday, July 1, due to culvert replacement. Marks Road, at its intersection with Spieth Road in York and Medina townships, is closed today through Monday, Aug. 15, to improve the intersection. Litchfield Township Trustee George Mueller reports Shank Road, between Read More…

‘Firstlight’ draws from Kidd’s early writings

By JUDY A. TOTTS Religion Editor In “Firstlight” ($19.95, Guideposts), Sue Monk Kidd’s collection of stories and essays, the author writes: “At the core of personal spiritual writing is a hungering for wholeness, for self, for meaning. The question of ‘Who am I?’ reverberates quietly in these pages as does a willingness to be know.” Read More…

New beginning for New Horizons

By JUDY A. TOTTS Religion Editor HOMER TWP. — Two local Lutheran churches will celebrate a new beginning as one congregation with an open house on June 29 at New Horizons Lutheran Church, 8439 River Corners Road. The event will open with a song fest at 9:50 a.m., followed by worship at 10 and Sunday Read More…

Soul sweeping

By JUDY A. TOTTS Religion Editor When I chose the name “Small Things” for this column, it was, in part, a response to Mother Teresa’s beautiful statement, “We can do no great things, only small things with great love.” But is also reflects my belief that everything we do can be a prayer, no matter Read More…

People in Planes take off: Musical act makes July 1 stop at the Agora

By JOHN BENSON Special to The Gazette Modern rock act People in Planes was supposed to take off a year ago with the release of its sophomore effort for Wind-Up Records. After experiencing a successful stateside tour, the five-piece had the lion’s share of the new album ready to record when the decision was made Read More…

For richer, for poorer: Getting hitched doesn’t have to break the bank. We jotted down 50 ways to help you save some much needed dough

By Judy Totts and Kristen Nowak Winn Editorial Staff The diamond ring sparkles on her finger, the happy couple books the church and the race is on to rent a reception hall, find a dress, design invitations and throw a party for the biggest day in their lives. But after hitting a few wedding Web Read More…