Archive for March, 2013
Arlene B. Kosh, 69, of Valley City, passed into the Heavenly gardens Wednesday, March 27, 2013. She was born in Cleveland on September 12, 1943, to the late Frank and Elizabeth Opal.
Arlene has resided in Valley City since 1987. She had been a rental coordinator with Ohio Cat, Broadview Heights for 23 years. Arlene has …Read More
Marie R. Hamrick-Naeem, 48, of Medina, passed away Friday, March 22, 2013, while visiting in Mansourah, Egypt. She was born in Washington, Pennsylvania, and resided in Berea, prior to moving to Medina.
Marie was a talented artist, specializing in paintings and sketches.
She is survived by her sister, Elizabeth Reese; nephew, Carl Reese; niece, Trisha Reese (Thomas …Read More
John F. “Jack” Siman, 87, of Medina, passed away Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at Magnolia Care & Rehabilitation in Wadsworth. He was born January 1, 1926, in Brunswick, to John E. and Elsie (Janota) Siman.
Jack was a construction worker in Akron for many years.
He is survived by his sister, Dolores Siman Matchett of West Virginia; …Read More
Robert “Bob” Garner, 71, of Medina, passed away at Hospice at Medina County on Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Bob was born to James and Irene (Cable) Garner January 25, 1942.
He was a retired ironworker out of Local #17 in Cleveland (35 years). He enjoyed woodworking, fishing, playing golf, but his greatest love, was being with …Read More
Jerry passed away Monday, March 25, 2013 at Akron General Medical Center succumbing to the affects of a short illness. Jerry was born July 2, 1945 in Akron. His life began in humble surrounding, growing up on a farm in Seville.
He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and proudly served from 1962 – 1966. After his …Read More
Are you wondering if you should tackle a furnace installation on your own? Read carefully about what is involved for the do-it-yourselfer before moving forward with a furnace installation.
Many handy homeowners successfully take on a variety of home improvement jobs, but installing your own heating system is a challenging and complicated …Read More
New Browns quarterback Jason Campbell said all the right things in his introductory conference call with local media.
Campbell still thinks he can start in the NFL – “I still believe I can play that position,” he said — but will accept whatever role he winds up with. He will enter the offseason program as the …Read More
CLEVELAND — Broadcasts of Browns football games will be aired on three different Cleveland radio stations next season.
The Browns on Thursday announced long-term partnerships with two all-sports stations — 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM) and ESPN 850 WKNR-AM. In addition, CBS Radio’s WNCX-FM also will carry the games.
The team says longtime Browns announcers Jim …Read More
CLEVELAND — Upon further review, the Cavaliers found another way to lose Wednesday night at Quicken Loans Arena.
His team out of timeouts and almost out of hope, Boston coach Doc Rivers took advantage of a video review with 2.1 seconds left and diagrammed a play that led to Jeff Green scoring at the buzzer, giving …Read More
The arrival of Jason Campbell on Tuesday all but guarantees the end of Colt McCoy’s days in Cleveland.
But the Browns have no immediate plans to release him, according to multiple NFL.com reports. A trade is possible.
CEO Joe Banner confirmed the reports and the team’s intentions this morning during an interview on WKNR 850-AM.
The plan …Read More