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Beth Medina

Feb 09, 1975 - Dec 06, 2023

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Toledo, OH

Beth Ann Medina, 48, of Bryan Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, December 1, 2023 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center of Toledo, Ohio. She was born on February 9, 1975 to Linda (Medina) Plank of Defiance. Beth was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church of Napoleon. She enjoyed baking, reading, Mickey Mouse and relaxing with a Starry. She was a Michigan Wolverines fan. She loved to sit by the river and listen to the water. She looked forward to doing things with her children and living ...Read More

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Edward Lee Hart

Mar 09, 1940 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Edward Lee Hart, age 83, of Millbury, OH, passed away surrounded by his family at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center on February 20, 2024. Ed was born in Toledo, OH to William and Helen (Gezo) Hart on March 9, 1940. He married the love of his life, Theresa, and together they watched their family grow and spent many happy years together until her passing in 2023. Ed enlisted in the US Army and honorably served his country in the Vietnam War. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal and the Vietnam Service Medal. He took great pride in his service to his country and was a lifetime member of the Vietnam Veterans of America, active in VVA Chapter 35. Ed also enjoyed fly fishing, outdoor nature trails, bird watching, and was a lifetime member of the NRA. His greatest joy in life was his family, and he will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved him. Ed leaves behind his children, Richard (Laura), Randall (Penny), Andrew (Jenny), and Amy (Kevin); his 13 grandchildren; his 10 great-grandchildren; his brother, David (Pat); his sister-in-law, Jeannie; his special cousins, George Hart, Brad Hart, and Kim Hart; and his dear friend, George Shaull. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Theresa, and his parents, William and Helen. Family and friends may visit the , 1155 S. Wynn Rd in Oregon on Friday, March 1, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. with the memorial service held at 12:00 p.m. Ed will be laid to rest at Lake Township Cemetery with his wife. Memorial contributions in his name may be made to the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 35, 2300 Ashland Ave., Ste. 229, Toledo, OH 43620. To to the family or in memory of Edward Lee Hart, please

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Mr. Leon Gardner

Sep 21, 1952 - Feb 09, 2024

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Toledo, OH

"Mr. Leon was called home to glory on February 9, 2024. Born on September 21st, 1952, in Columbus, Mississippi. He was the son of the late Eva Mae Gardner and Leroy “Tot” Gardner. Leon was the 2nd youngest of 9 children. He joins his loving siblings who preceded him in death: Billy Ed, Willie Joe, Ora Pearl, and Henry. He is survived by his four cherished siblings: Willie Roy, Odestia, Arthur, and Tom. He has a wife named Gina. Mr. Leon was a hardworking man who worked for the city of Toledo: “Street, Bridges, and Harbor” for 30 years. After retirement, he worked as a driver for people with disabilities in his spare time. He was a bold and caring leader who was an inspiration as well as a sponsor for many people who faced alcohol addiction. In addition, he led many Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and served as treasurer of his group. He cherished and loved them all and considered many of them as his close friends. Mr. Leon married Alice Faye Williams, the two divorced several years later; and he leaves to cherish their two children, Tripeka and Lisa, along with his two beautiful grandbabies, Trinity and Madison. He also leaves to cherish a host of cousins, nieces, and nephews. Mr. Leon was a loving, caring, wholesome man. His devotion to his family \u0026amp; his loved ones was unmatched. He took joy in making people laugh \u0026amp; smile; everywhere he went, he was the light of the room. He loved attending the racetrack with his brothers, winning bowling tournaments with them, and hitting the jackpot at the casino. He enjoyed watching every game of his favorite football team, the LA Rams, on TV. He celebrated and was ecstatic when they won the Super Bowl in 2022. Anybody who knew Mr. Leon knows how much he loved his old-school Mo-Town music. The Gardner’s would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to Angel, Lisa Newton and Marguerite Benson-West; the Foster and Hayworth extended family, along with Mr. Leon’s big brother Willie Roy Gardner. You’re more than a brother. More than a best friend. We will always cherish you. Our hearts are shattered, but we take comfort in knowing that he’s in the loving bosom of our Father, the Almighty Yahuah (Yah-who-ah), the Father of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob-the Ancient of Days. Amen."

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Joseph William Gerlach

Sep 03, 1943 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Joseph William Gerlach, age 80, of Toledo, Ohio passed away on February 20, 2024 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo, Ohio. He graduated from Woodward High School in Toledo, Ohio in 1963. Joseph was a longtime employee at the North Coast Behavioral Health Center. He is survived by his sister, Mrs. Therese Jaqua, 3 nieces, 1 nephew, and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother, Margaret Keplinger, father, Theodore Gerlach, and close friend, Mr. Howard Williams. Friends may call from 10:00am – 11:00am on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at St. Martin de Porres Church, 1119 Bancroft Street, Toledo, Ohio 43606. A funeral service will be held at the church at 11:00am following calling hours. Interment will be held at a later date at Troy Township Cemetery. Arrangements for Joseph were may in the care of Walker Funeral Home – Oregon Chapel. Online condolences may be made at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com

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Lisa Marie Saul-Goetting

Feb 17, 1980 - Feb 19, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Lisa Marie Saul-Goetting passed away unexpectedly in her home in Toledo, OH on February 19, 2024. She was born in Bryan, OH on February 17, 1980 and was a 1998 graduate of Bryan High School and a former Williams County Fair Queen. She obtained higher education degrees from both Northwest State Community College and THE Ohio State University, as well as a pharmacy technician certificate from Ross College in Sylvania, OH. Lisa loved the Detroit Tigers, Tennessee Titans, Ohio State Buckeyes and Toledo Walleye, as well as any and all sports mascots. She will be greatly missed by her colleagues at Trinity Health Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI, where she compounded IVs and loved what she did. Lisa is survived by her adoring wifey Melissa Goetting-Saul, parents Tom and Barb Saul, brothers David (Jennifer) Saul, Jim (Tori) Saul. Also surviving are her brother-in-law Michael (Christine) Goetting, nephew Dylan Saul, nieces Kaitlyn, Olivia, and Jade Saul, and niece Andrea Goetting, and her special fur baby Matilda (aka The Nugster). Visitation will be held on Friday February 23rd at Walter Funeral Home, 4653 Glendale Avenue in Toledo from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. with services on Saturday February 24th at 11:00 am. Interment to follow at Toledo Memorial Park. Afterwards, the family wishes to invite all friends and loved ones to a memorial dinner at Pulaski United Methodist Church, 6950 US127, Bryan, OH 43506. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lisa’s memory to: Williams County 4H Endowment, 1425 E. High St, Ste 112, Bryan, OH 43506.

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Nancy E. (Struck, Klein) Feltz

Dec 02, 1955 - Feb 18, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Nancy E. (Struck, Klein) Feltz, age 68, of Toledo, Ohio passed away on February 18, 2024 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Toledo. She was born in Toledo on December 2, 1955 to Harry J. and Euthema (Stebleton) Struck. On June 25, 2005 Nancy married the love of her life, Gary J. Feltz. Nancy retired from Nickle’s Bakery in Toledo. In their spare time, Nancy and Gary went camping in their new camper and had campfires with family and friends, enjoyed car shows with their car in showings, playing bingo, fishing, and traveling up north. Nancy and Gary loved every Friday going to the Fork’s Restaurant in Pemberville for their broasted chicken and also enjoyed Olive Garden. Nancy is a survivor of two cancers in 2022. As of now she had a third cancer and didn’t make it through her surgery. Nancy is survived by her sister Linda (Victor) Vallejo, niece Lynda Loose, nephew Richard Field, niece Pam (Douglas) Fischer, niece Debbie Craft, niece Becky (Al) Klasheski, brother-in-law Calvin Stone, dog Reggie, and numerous nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, great-great nieces and great-great nephews, many special friends and a real wonderful friend Rebecca Dusseau.Nancy is preceded in death by husband Gary J. Feltz, brother John Struck, dad Harry J. Struck, mother Euthema Struck, sister-in-law Shirley Stone and many friends. Visitation will be held on Sunday, February 25th from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Walter Funeral Home, 4653 Glendale Avenue and her funeral service will begin at the funeral home on Monday February 26th at 11:00 a.m. Burial will follow at Toledo Memorial Park, Sylvania, Ohio.

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Steven S. Kupper

Apr 06, 1946 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Steven S. Kupper age 77, passed away peacefully in his home on 2/20/24. He was born April 6, 1946 to Saul and sophie Kupper in Toledo OH, alongside his beloved sister, Marcia. Steve graduated from the University of Toledo in 1968 with his bachelors degree. Then he went on to obtain his MBA. Later he created his company, Steven S. Kupper Tax Service. He loved doing taxes and worked hard to form a personal connection with his clients over the years. He married Kathy (Onestak) Kupper in 1974. They had a son and daughter together, that he loved dearly. There were many memories made throughout the years; going to Pistons games, the Toledo Zoo, playing cut-throat games of Rumikub and Scrabble. Despite some health issues over the years, Steve spent his last years enjoying travels all over the country and world especially Alaska and Israel - his favorites with his partner, Karen Lieberman as well as playing cards and going to eat with friends (especially the best delis) in the Ohio and Florida area. Over the years, he had acquired a unique grouping of friends, as he had a kind and welcoming heart. This created an openness to a variety of different types of people. Throughout much of his life, he has maintained a strong connection with the community at Temple B'nai Israel in Monroe Michigan. Aside from his love for his family and those close to him, he was an avid fan of the University of Michigan football team as well as old shows like the Longe ranger, Perry Mason, Hallmark and old movies. Dad, we hope that there is a corned beef sandwich, a Diet Coke and a new copy of navy blue and gold waiting for you on the other side of things. Your sense of humor (corny as it may be ) and classic dad jokes, the phone calls with you in the middle of the day to say hello and your trips with us will be greatly missed! You are so deeply loved and missed. Steve is survived by his partner, Karen Lieberman, his loving children, daughter Missy Eckenrode (husband, Matt) and granddaughter, Lorraine and his son, Mark Kupper (wife, Heather) as well as Kathy Kupper, the mother of his children. Steve was preceded in death by his sister, Marcia Sheftel and his parents, Saul and Sophie Kupper. Steve's family will host a memorial service on Friday, February 23, 2024 at Robert H. Wick/Wisniewski Funeral Home in Toledo OH on Reynolds Road at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Temple B'nai Israel in Monroe Michigan or Congregation B'nai Israel in Sylvania Ohio To to the family or in memory of Steven S. Kupper, please

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Tonya Hahn (Apel)

Sep 14, 1939 - Feb 15, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Tonya Hahn (Apel) passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024, at the age of 84, surrounded by her family at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo. Born on September 14, 1939, in Toledo, Ohio, to Victor and Pearl (Fox) Apel, Tony spent most of her life residing in Michigan, including Ida, Monroe, and Carleton. She was a strong-willed woman with a deep passion for travel and music. Tony enjoyed exploring the world and sharing her adventures from many places such as Germany, Switzerland, and Hawaii, among others. She also cherished attending local band performances, always ready to dance the night away.Tony is survived by her son, Jay (Debby) Hahn, and daughter, Jenny (Anthony) Lukas, along with her grandchildren Joshua Hahn, MaKenzie Springer, Desiree (Reyes) Rodriguez, Andrew Lukas, and Sabrina Hahn. She also leaves behind four great-grandchildren: Ellyot, Mayzie Sue, Scarlett, and Maya. Tony was the matriarch of her family, ensuring they spent quality time together and always reminding them to be grateful for the blessings in their lives. She adored her small yet close-knit family, welcoming all into her home and heart, considering many friends as family. Tony will be remembered for her vibrant personality, adventurous spirit, and unwavering dedication to her loved ones.Her final resting place will be at Toledo Memorial Park alongside her parents, where a small private service will be held by her family. Tony was a proud and lifelong leader of the Girl Scouts of America. Memorial contributions in Tony's honor may be made to the Girl Scouts of America."Goodbye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in my heart is the memory and there you will always be." - Walt Disney

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Dona M. Netterfield

May 08, 1927 - Feb 17, 2024

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Toledo, OH

"Dona M. Netterfield, passed away on February 17th, 2024, at the age of 96, surrounded by her loving family. Dona was born on May 8, 1927, in Toledo, Ohio, to Clifford D. and Furnace I. Whitmore, and spent her childhood in Point Place, with her younger brother, Jim. She graduated from Waite High School, and attended Toledo University, where she was a proud member of the Chi Omega sorority. Throughout her life she enjoyed spending time with family and friends at the lakes of the Irish Hills, region in Michigan. She met her husband, Allen Netterfield, at a dance on Wamplers Lake, which was where Dona eventually built a cottage that served as the background of countless memories with her beloved children and grandchildren. Dona was a lifelong resident of Toledo, Ohio, and was an active member of the community. In addition to raising four children, she co-founded Netterfield\u0027s Fish and Chips, with her husband, guiding inspiration to her children whom founded Netty\u0027s Hot Dogs \u0026amp; Ice Cream, worked for almost 40 years as a real estate agent, and was an involved member of Epworth United Methodist church. Dona was preceded in death by her parents, Clifford and Furnace; brother, and sister-in-law, James \u0026quot;Jim\u0026quot; and Jean Whitmore; and stepfather, Clifford Berning. She is survived by her children, Theodore (Ana) Netterfield, Joan Netterfield, Terry Netterfield, and Jan (John) Perdeau; grandchildren, Abby, Alec, Tatiana, Alina, and Stefan; and great-grandchildren, Amadeus, and Rudy. Services will be held Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 12:00 p.m., at Toledo Memorial Park, 6382 Monroe St, Sylvania, Ohio, at Section 14, Lot 609."

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Jerry W. Gambrell

Sep 18, 1943 - Feb 14, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Jerry W. Gambrell, age 80, of Walbridge, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo. He was born on September 18, 1943, to Buford and Thelma (Hollis) Gambrell in Waynesboro, Tennessee.Jerry was an army veteran serving 1966-1968 during the Vietnam War. He retired from General Dynamics Land Systems Division in Lima, Ohio after 36 years of service. He was honored in the work he completed on the M1A1 Abrams defense tank.After retiring, Jerry divided his time between fishing, watching classic westerns and any films with Clint Eastwood. He spent many years volunteering during the Stony Ridge Festival.He cherished quality moments with his three grandchildren, son-in-law, and family. Jerry was known for his simplicity and quiet demeanor.He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Carol; daughters, Robinne (John) Antonacci and Suzanne (Calvin Jarvis) Henry; and Grandchildren, Shelby (Matt) Almester, Shane Antonacci and Aaron Henry. In addition to his parents, Jerry was preceded in death by his sister, Mary Gambrell.Visitation will be held from 5:00-8:00 pm on Monday- February 19, 2024, at the Witzler-Shank-Walker Funeral Home, 701 N. Main Street, Walbridge, Ohio. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, in the funeral home. Interment will be in Restlawn Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.In lieu of flowers, the family wishes for donations to be given to Hospice of Northwest Ohio.

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Diana Draper Scott Glover

Jul 14, 1956 - Feb 10, 2024

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Toledo, OH

A TIME TO BE BORN: I DIANA DRAPER SCOTT GLOVER WAS BORN ON JULY 14, 1956 IN TOLEDO, OHIO TO SYLESS (SCOTT) GRISWOLD AND JULIUS DRAPER A TIME TO BE SAVED: I DIANA ACCEPTED JESUS AS MY PERSONAL SAVIOR ON OCTOBER 17, 1999 AT NEW LIFE C.O.G.I.C. AND GOT ON MY JOB AS NURSE. I LOVED TO TRY SINGING AND PRAISING THE LORD. I WAS A FAITHFUL AND WILLING WORKER. A TIME TO LOVE: I LOVE MY MOTHER, MY 3 SONS, GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN, GRANDMOTHER, FAMILY, CHURCH FAMILY, PASTOR COOK AND SISTER COOK, AND FRIENDS WITH ALL MY HEART. THANK YOU SISTER COOK FOR THE ENCOURAGING WORDS (ONE DAY AT A TIME). A TIME OF SHARING: I DIANA WAS A VERY CARING AND SHARING PERSON. ALWAYS READY TO PARTICIPATE IN GROUP ACTIVITIES. I LOVE TO COOK AND SHARING TIME WITH OTHERS. I ENJOYED PLAYING DOMINOS AND TALKING. (YES I KNOW YOU ALL ARE SAYING “TOO MUCH” - HA-HA). A TIME TO WORK: I DIANA WAS EMPLOYED WITH THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: FRESH EXPRESS CATERING SERVICE FOR 2 YEARS; VISTULA MANOR FOOD SERVICE FOR 1 YEAR; BIRMINGHAM NUTRITION FOOD HANDLER FOR 1 YEAR; DAYCARE WITH TWYLA PAGE FOR 22 YEARS; WORKED ON AND OFF HELPING OTHERS FOR YEARS; PRESIDENT OF NURSES FOR 10 YEARS AT NEW LIFE C.O.G.I.C. A TIME OF TRANSITION: DIANA WENT HOME TO BE WITH HER HUSBAND NATHANIEL MACIO GLOVER (TANNY); MOTHER, SYLESS GRISWORD AND SISTER, MARTHA GRISWOLD; I AM NOT ALONE AND LEAVE TO CHERISH MY MEMORY OF GRANDMOTHER CLERA DRAPER. 2 BROTHERS, JAMES (PAMELA) SCOTT, AND MATT (ANGIE) DRAPER OF TOLEDO, OHIO; 3 SONS, JAMES, JERRY, AND MARLON SCOTT OF TOLEDO, OHIO; GRANDCHILDREN, GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN. 4 SISTERS, JULIANN DRAPER, YOLANDA GRISWOLD, KATHY GRISWOLD, ORLEAN (KEVIN) GRISWOLD; STEP-CHILDREN, ANTHONY, ERIC (GINA), TANYA, MARIA, VON, AND MAURICE; SISTER-IN-LAWS/BROTHER—IN-LAWS, ROBERT (GERALDINE) PEACOCK, PERCY PERRY, LORETTA (ROLLIE) FORD, MOSE HENRY GLOVER, SAHI GLOVER, AND A HOST OF NIECES, NEPHEWS, COUSINS, OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. # 40 I AM NOT DEAD.

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