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Charlotte Bowlus

Oct 08, 1931 - Nov 29, 2023

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Toledo, OH

Charlotte Bowlus, beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, friend, advocate for children and neighbor passed away peacefully on Nov. 26th at the age of 92. She was born on October 8, 1931, in Toledo, Ohio to Charles and Eleanor Schaub. Charlotte was a 1949 graduate of Woodward High School. She went on to work for Lucas County Child Services as a caseworker for over 30 years due to her love for children. Nothing made her happier than to attend a successful adoption hearing placing a child ...Read More

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Stuart Jay Glover Sr.

Sep 10, 1959 - Feb 17, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Stuart Jay Glover Sr. was born September 10, 1959 to Mary Ruth Glover-Turner and Henry Lee Turner Sr. in Toledo,Ohio. Stuart was called home to be with our Heavenly father on February 17, 2024. Stuart was educated within the Toledo Public Schools eventually receiving his GED. Stuart accepted Christ at an early age and had a relationship with God becoming a minister for christ. Stuart worked for Ford Motor Company, retiring as a Machine repairman after 25+ years. He was 30+ years clean and was a mentor and big supporter of NA. He was known for his amazing humor, loud booming voice, his love of God, and his generosity. He was constantly doing for others and always had a helping hand if you needed it. He loved to shop, go to the casino, spending time with family and friends, and he loved his Browns football team. He is preceded in death by both parents and sister; Tina Turner, brother; Henry Lee Turner Jr. and granddaughter; Angel Elaine Woodley He is survived by his daughters; Shameka Poole, Keonia Denwiddie, Shalia Glover, Special daughter; Zariah Denwiddie and sons; Brandon Denwiddie, Rozelle Denwiddie Sr., Stuart Glover Jr., grandkids; Mariyah, Bria, Ja’Nasia, Makayla,Mar’Laiya, Isis, Lovely, Khalia, Jayla, Rozelle Jr., Ja’Marreon, SirRon, Montez, Eden, Charles, Steve, Sir’Relle, brothers; Kevin Glover, James (Diane) Glover, Joseph Glover, Kevin Smith, sisters; Barbra Turner, Celeste Battle, Mackie Weatherly, Zandra Denwiddie, ex-wife(booboo) Trina Glover and a host of nieces, nephews and family and friends.

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Theresa Myra Jordan

Dec 15, 1954 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Theresa Jordan, age 69 was born December 15, 1954 in Toledo, Ohio. She passed away suddenly on February 20, 2024 at the University of Toledo Medical Center surrounded by her loving family and friends. She is survived by her children Leonard Williams, Sr., Chenwon Hunt and DeVitte Williams. Family will recieve frioends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainsville Rd. Friday from 4 - 7 PM and Saturday family hour at 11 AM followed by funeral servieces at 12 Noon. To to the family or in memory of Theresa Myra Jordan, please

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Theresa Myra Jordan

Dec 15, 1954 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Theresa Jordan, age 69 was born December 15, 1954 in Toledo, Ohio. She passed away suddenly on February 20, 2024 at the University of Toledo Medical Center surrounded by her loving family and friends. She is survived by her children Leonard Williams, Sr., Chenwon Hunt and DeVitte Williams. Family will recieve frioends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainsville Rd. Friday from 4 - 7 PM and Saturday family hour at 11 AM followed by funeral servieces at 12 Noon. To to the family or in memory of Theresa Myra Jordan, please

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Dallas Eugene Layman

Oct 26, 1952 - Feb 26, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Dallas Eugene Layman, age 71, of Toledo, OH, passed away at Hospice of Northwest Ohio Toledo Campus with his family by his side on Monday, February 26, 2024. He was born in Toledo, OH to Verna Jr. and Dorothea (Gilman) Layman on October 26, 1952. After high school, Dallas enlisted in the US Army where he served in Germany with the surface to air missile units. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal and the Marksman Badge. He worked for many years as a tool and die maker. Dallas enjoyed the outdoors and was a member of the Ottawa County Conservation League. He was dedicated to his family and his faith and was an active member at The Rock Church. Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife, Brenda; his children, Angela (Michael) Wilson, and Joseph Layman; his grandchildren, Riley Wilson, and Sebastian Layman; his sister, Loretta Layman; his mother, Dorothea Layman; his sister-in-law, Sharon Curtis; and his best friend, Tom Magrum. He was preceded in death by his father, Verna; and his brother, Darrell Layman. Family and friends may visit the , 1155 S. Wynn Rd in Oregon on Sunday, March 4, 2024 from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Monday, March 5, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. at The Rock, 4058 Starr Ave., Oregon, OH where the family will greet guests after 9:30 a.m. Dallas will be laid to rest at Ottawa Hills Memorial Park. Memorial contributions in his name may be made to The Rock Church, Oregon, OH. To to the family or in memory of Dallas E. Layman, please

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Alysha Monae Hayes

Jul 27, 1989 - Feb 17, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Alysha Monae Hayes was born in Toledo, OH on July 27, 1989, to Moses Sanders and Lorriane Hayes. She departed this life on February 17, 2024. Alysha professed her faith in Jesus Christ as a young adult and was baptized at Family Baptist Church. She attended and graduated from Edward Drummond Libby High School, then pursued higher education at Bowling Green State University and The University of Toledo, earning a Bachelor of Science degree. Throughout her career, Alysha worked as an embroidery operator at Game One Warehouse and as a dialysis technician at Promedica Healthcare Systems for several years. Alysha cherished spending time with her family, especially her cousin crew - TaJi, Tempest, Ariel, and Ken Ken - and her beloved fur companions, Huey and Marcelo. Committed to giving back, Alysha volunteered regularly with Toledo Public Schools, tutoring middle school students at Deveaux Elementary. Known for her infectious laughter and great sense of humor, Alysha was a radiant soul, remembered for her boundless love and generosity. She was preceded in death by her father, Moses Sanders; grandparents Nazareth Sr. and Rosie Sanders, and Lessie May and Cornelius Warren; and niece, Laila Hayes. She is survived by her loving mother, Lorriane Hayes; brothers LaJuann (Lakishia) Hayes, Rashad Hayes, and Brandon Barry; nieces Taylor Haney, Kejahna Hayes, and Tamia Hayes; nephews Rashad Hayes Jr., Radric Coleman, and LaJuan Hayes II; as well as a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and kind friends.

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Rory Cordell Harthorne

Mar 27, 1955 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

A service of memories celebrating the Life of Rory Cordell Harthorne. Born in Toledo, Ohio, March 27, 1955, to the parents of Howard H. & Marilyn Harthorne. A no nonsense confrontational kind of guy. A real gem of a guy though with a lot of spirit, loving, kind, fun, and funny always working and fixing things. Sports came so easy for him a high school athlete, finesse in boxing, city and state golden gloves champion, an all-around sportsman. In eighth grade he was honored 1 of 2 winners of Robinson junior high statewide industrial art competition in mechanical drawing. He was awarded a full scholarship for football to Nebraska State University but decided against it. If it can be fixed, he would fix it jack of all trades a master of none. Painted several homes here in the Toledo area with pride and expertise. He loved his kids and family. Such A SPECIAL BLESSING! Preceding his home-going were father and mother Howard and Marilyn Harthorne, 2nd and 3rd born brothers Alan C. Harthorne and Romero C. Harthorne. Leaving behind cherishing his loving memories his Brother Howard Harthorne (Elaine) only sister Charlotte Harthorne-Wilborn, Zachary E. Harthorne (Gwen) sons Shawn Boyd, Danny Pettaway, daughter Charvette Boyd, and 3 grandchildren, Ja’Kai Jones, Ja’Sann Jones, and Ja’Carri Jones. A slew of nieces and nephews all loved him. His boo for over 25 years Corlene Price. Cousins: Linda Powell, Josephine Meredith, Marcus Elliott, His dearest and closest cousin-friends Ronald, Gail, and Alphonso Jackson, Donny Sherer and Larry Moore. The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude for the many deeds of kindness, love, and professionalism shown from the staff members of ProMedica Oncology at Toledo Hospital they made him feel like family: Beth, Brook, Kathy, Julie, Kim, Rachael, and Abbey, thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Also, many thanks to the 9th floor nurses at Toledo Hospital Amber, Julia, and Jazmine for all that you did for that short period of time to make him comfortable with your tenderness toward him. May God Bless each of you—THE HARTHORNE FAMILY-.

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Glenn D. Summers

Dec 07, 1969 - Feb 22, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Glenn D. Summers, “Bunny”, age 54, passed away unexpectedly on February 22, 2024. Glenn was born December 7, 1969 to Elnora “Ann” (Hearn) and Willie Summers, Jr. in Crestline, Ohio.Glenn met Renee, the love of his life, 30 years ago. They later got married in Las Vegas on September 15, 2015.Glenn was a beloved team member at General Motors Toledo Transmission Plant for nearly 15 years.In his spare time, Glenn enjoyed riding his Harley, attending Toledo Walleye hockey games, watching NASCAR races while cheering for #8 Kyle Busch, spending time with his cherished grandchildren, and enjoying the time spent with family that adored him.Glenn was a selfless person who was always helping others, and he made many long-lasting, impactful friendships that were significant part of his life.Glenn was an active member of the Moose Lodge 1579 and the UAW Local 14.Glenn is survived by his loving wife Renee, stepson Randy Johnson (Kaylie), three beautiful grandchildren: Ryann, Jude & Briar. His father Willie Summers Jr., sister Janice Coleman, nieces: Laken Hunt (Stan), Khiley Taylor (Walt), & Ketryna Soals (Greg), mother-in-law Christina Velasquez. He is also survived by a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Glenn was lovingly known as “Kenny” to his dear friend, Jeff Klein. He has two well-loved cats, Richard Wildflower and Squeaky.Glenn was preceded in death by his mother, Elnora “Ann” Stallings, a brother Roger Summers, Grandmother Irene Summers, Grandfather Willie Summers Sr., Grandmother Nellie Hearn, Grandfather George R. Hearn.Friends and family are invited for a time of visitation on Friday, March 1 from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. and Saturday, March 2 from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. A Sharing of Memories Service will be held on Saturday March 2 at 3 P.M. at Walker Funeral Home, 5155 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, Ohio with Chaplain Vaughn Patterson officiating.Glenn was passionate about supporting causes focused on helping special needs people and organizations that benefited cancer patients and survivors. He regularly volunteered to help with the Special Olympics, and he rappelled down a 16-story building in support of cancer patients and survivors for Over the Edge for Victory. With these passions in mind, the family is requesting that in lieu of flowers please make a donation in Glenn’s name to:The Special Olympics: https://lucasdd.org/special-olympics https://support.specialolympics.org/a/donate-form?am=&brightspot.form.id=00000164-8a97-d43a-a37e-dedf160b0003Over the Edge for Victory: https://ote4victory.org/general-donation/donate.cfmMay the memories of Glenn be a source of comfort and strength to all who knew and loved him. His legacy of generosity and love will be forever cherished.

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David Phillips Bissonette

Nov 30, 1939 - Feb 26, 2024

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Toledo, OH

David Phillips Bissonette, age 84, of Toledo, OH, passed away peacefully at his home on February 26, 2024. He was born November 30, 1939, in Toledo, OH to Edmund and Mary Margaret (Phillips) Bissonette. Dave married the love of his life in 1962, Susan Vander Ploeg. They spent 61 years together and had one daughter, Amy. He earned a Bachelor of Business degree from University of Toledo and went on to have a successful career in sales working for Unitcast and Power Brushes.Dave will be remembered as outgoing, adventurous, and always ready for a good time. He was fondly known by his friends as Bissy. He was an avid fly fisherman and golfer. During the spring and summer, Dave could always be found on the fairways of Highland Meadows. He enjoyed a rousing game of gin rummy. Dave loved to travel domestically and internationally with his favorite destination being the pristine beaches of Aruba. He was a passionate fan of his alma mater, the University of Toledo Rockets.He is survived by his beloved wife, Susan; loving daughter, Amy Bissonette; nieces, Shelly (Burt) Jamieson, Linda (Walt) Martineau, Sherri Stephenson, and Kristy Kuehnl; nephews, Scott Stephenson, Greg Kuehnl and Mike (Melissa) Kuehnl ; grand nieces, Megan Jamieson, Katherine (Danny) Folino, Brittnay Martineau and Samantha Kuehnl; grand nephews , Andrew (Kari) Jamieson and Scott (Sara) Martineau; great grand nieces, Sarafina, Giorgia, and Giulia Folino, and sister-in-law, Nancy Wells. Dave was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Janice Stephenson; sister-in-law, Carol Snyder; brother-in-law, Dick Snyder; and nieces, Jennifer Snyder and Karen (Jerry) Haas.Family and Friends may visit Sunday, March 3, 2024, from 1-4 pm at Walker Funeral Home, 5155 W. Sylvania Ave.Memorial donations may be given to Caring Bridge.

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Carolee Isaacson

Dec 14, 1945 - Feb 27, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Carolee Isaacson, age 78, longtime resident of Whitehouse, OH, died Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo. She was born in Hudson, MI, on December 14, 1945, a twin daughter of Harry and Alice (Bowers) Kingsley. Raised in Wheatland Township, Hillsdale County, Carol attended Addison High School and graduated with its Class of 1963.On August 22, 1965, Carolee married her high school sweetheart, Robert Charles Isaacson Jr., in Manitou Beach. Together they raised three children and were blessed with over 52 years together as husband and wife, until his passing on May 16, 2018.In addition to raising the children, Carol also worked outside of the home, working tenures at Fayette Tubular Products, then Gallon, Kalniz, and Iorio Law Firm in Toledo, before landing her favorite job with Tupperware. She advanced her way from a sales consultant to a territory manager in 1988, a position she has proudly retained since.Carol thrived in taking care of the domestic affairs of the household, and she enjoyed spending hours in the kitchen cooking, baking, and canning her garden harvests. She took great pride in her excellent organizational skills. She enjoyed puzzles, was talented at sewing, and loved crocheting hats and blankets to share with others. She took pleasure in planning coordinating outfits to wear with her husband Bob. Throughout the years, she and Bob were the pet parents of several cats. Faced with numerous health issues and setbacks throughout the past decades, Carol unwaveringly persevered with determination and an admirable positive attitude. Her light will always be remembered, and she will be sorely missed.Surviving Carolee are her three children, Tracy (Thomas) Cass of Toledo, Toni (Glenn) Christiansen of Pettisville, and Todd (Kelly) Isaacson of Toledo; three siblings, Dolores (Earl) Ferguson of Fayette, Clifford (Connie) Kingsley of Adrian, MI, and Elaine Vanderstel of Phoenix, AZ; a beloved brother- and sister-in-law, Charles (Jennie) Beal of Hudson, MI; eight grandchildren, Christina, Aimee, Thomas, Jessa, Sarah, Matthew, Riley, and Spencer; and ten great-grandchildren, with one more on the way.She was preceded in death by her parents; her twin sister, Carla Beal; and a brother in infancy, Anthony Kingsley.The family will receive friends for visitation at Eagle-Marry Funeral Home in Fayette on Sunday, March 3, 2024, from 12:00 p.m. until the funeral service for Carolee which begins at 2:00 p.m. Immediately following, she will be laid to rest next to her beloved husband in a private committal at Pleasant View Union Cemetery in Fayette.Memorial donations in honor of Carolee are suggested to Hospice of Northwest Ohio.

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Mr. James Oliver Washington, Sr.

Apr 13, 1931 - Feb 20, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Mr. James Oliver Washington, Sr. was born on April 13, 1931, in Pine View (Georgiana) Alabama to Oliver Washington, Sr. and Gussie Patton. Mother Gussie Patton died at an early age and James and his brothers, Booker T and Mamie were raised by their grandmother, Ella Patton.James married Viola Hamilton at an early age. James was 19 years old, and Viola was 17 years old. Viola had to have her mother, Zeola Hamilton sign for her to get married because she was underage. They were blessed with 4 children, Brenda and Sharon and 2 sons, James Jr. and Dwight, who preceded him in death. James and Viola were married for over 70 years.James came to Toledo in 1950 and retired from Inter Lake Iron after 30 years. He always had a kind word to say to family members and friends.James accepted Christ at an early age at the Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Hickory Hill, Alabama and later became a member of the Indiana Avenue Baptist Church under Pastor Dr. John E. Roberts. James served as a Trustee during his 30 years of service. He would always tell the Trustees “I’m not trying to put no big stuff in my cap”.James bowled in the Young Seniors Bowling League until he was 84 years young and stopped bowling because of knee problems. His favorite card games were Coon Cane, Tunk, Penuckle, and Bid Whiz.James was known as one the best Bar-B-Que grill masters, along with frying chicken and fish.James was preceded in death by his parents; his loving wife Viola; sons, James Jr. and Dwight; siblings, Booker T. Washington, Mamie (Dee) Johnson, and Oliver (Martha) Washington, and grandchild, Doyna Washington.He leaves to cherish his memories, daughters, Brenda Washington and Sharon Washington (Robert) Clark of Montgomery, AL; grandchildren, LaMarr (Tammy) Washington, Janet and Janice Washington, Connie Wright, Crystal Brown, and Felicia Dunston; 16 great grandchildren, 13 great-great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.

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