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Juana Fernandez-Calderon

Jun 23, 1940 - Oct 30, 2023

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Ashtabula, OH

Juana Fernandez, 83, went peacefully into the arms of the Lord on October 30th, 2023. She resided in Ashtabula, Ohio for 8 years, formerly of Allentown, Pennsylvania. Born in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico to Emilio Fernandez and Cipriana Calderon, Juana was a seamstress and aide, and worked for Don Schantz Nursery in the lettuce department for many years. She was a loving mother, good cook, and a very caring person. She enjoyed time with the family and was loved by everyone. She is survived by three ...Read More

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Margarete Torma

Jan 11, 1945 - Feb 17, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Margarete Torma, 79, passed away on February 17, 2024 at her home.She was born on January 11, 1945 in Ashtabula, the daughter of John and Myrtle (Farr) Miller and had been a lifelong area resident.In December of 1978, she married her husband, John Torma. Always strong of faith, Margarete attended the Pentecostal Church of God and did lots of biblical research and evangelical work over the years. She also loved to assist with weddings and was a gifted cake decorator who also helped with flower arranging and photography for a couple’s special day.Margarete is survived by her husband of 45 years, John Torma; three children, Clinton Rose, Lori Rivers, and Bernadette (Karl) Gumsey; grandchildren, Drake and Maverick Rivers, Jamie Rose, Paul Wells, and Amanda Hodson; and six great-grandchildren, Maraya and Halle Whitehair, Aaliyah, James, and Jordan Hodson, and Serenity Rose.She was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Sarah Daniels; and her parents.Private family services will be held.Online condolences can be made at www.ducro.com.Funeral arrangements were trusted to Ducro Funeral Services and Crematory, 4524 Elm Ave. Ashtabula, OH

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Stanley P. Kohut III

Dec 25, 1989 - Feb 19, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Stanley P. Kohut III, 34, died unexpectedly at his home on Monday, February 19, 2024 and is no longer battling his long time fight with mental illness.Stan was born on December 25, 1989 in Ashtabula, Ohio the son of Paula (nee: Roberts) Fischer and Stanley P. Kohut, II. He was very mechanically inclined and could fix anything. Stan enjoyed working as a marine mechanic at Portside Marine in Conneaut.He enjoyed working on cars and motorcycles or helping family and friends get a vehicle running again. Among Stan’s hobbies, were building replica models, especially if it was Star Wars related. Above all else, he loved his children dearly and enjoyed spending time with them.Stan is survived by his mother and step-father, Paula and Marty Fischer; father and step-mother, Stanley and Mary Ann Kohut; children, Bryson Rockow, Stanley P. Kohut IV and Azura Kohut; brother, Nicholas Kohut; niece and nephews, Daniel, Freya and Nicholas; mother of his children, Jena Rockow; lady friend Courtney Mosher; grandma Patty (Joe) Whedbee; several aunts, uncles and cousins; and his dog Daisy.A gathering of family and friends will be held from 3PM to 5PM on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at Ducro Funeral Services and Crematory, 4524 Elm Ave., Ashtabula.In lieu of flowers, please consider contributions to the family to assist with expenses and the care of his children.“Please don’t grieve for me, I am free now, walking barefoot along the path, that is quiet and peaceful now.”Online guestbook, condolences and crowdfunding is available at www.ducro.com

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Sharion Lynette Camp

Jan 06, 1963 - Feb 15, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Sharion L. Camp, 61, passed away on February 15, 2024, at the Ashtabula County Medical Center in Ashtabula, Ohio. She was born on January 6, 1963, in Cleveland, Ohio; the daughter of Ancil and Ruth (Guynn) Harter. On October 1, 2013, Sharion married Christopher Camp, they shared more than ten years of wonderful marriage together. Sharion was a homemaker who took great pride in creating and maintaining a beautiful home. She enjoyed camping, fishing, going to pow-wows and doing all sorts of craft projects. She was a member of the UELN (United Eastern Lenape Nation) where she celebrated her Native American heritage. She is survived by her loving husband, Christopher. She is preceded in death by her parents. A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring, a formal announcement will be made by the family as the details are worked out. To to the family or in memory of Sharion Lynette Camp, please

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Sharion Lynette Camp

Jan 06, 1963 - Feb 15, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Sharion L. Camp, 61, passed away on February 15, 2024, at the Ashtabula County Medical Center in Ashtabula, Ohio. She was born on January 6, 1963, in Cleveland, Ohio; the daughter of Ancil and Ruth (Guynn) Harter. On October 1, 2013, Sharion married Christopher Camp, they shared more than ten years of wonderful marriage together. Sharion was a homemaker who took great pride in creating and maintaining a beautiful home. She enjoyed camping, fishing, going to pow-wows and doing all sorts of craft projects. She was a member of the UELN (United Eastern Lenape Nation) where she celebrated her Native American heritage. She is survived by her loving husband, Christopher. She is preceded in death by her parents. A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring, a formal announcement will be made by the family as the details are worked out. To to the family or in memory of Sharion Lynette Camp, please

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Joanne M. Biedrycki

Oct 03, 1955 - Feb 19, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Monroe Township- Joanne M. Biedrycki, 68, passed away unexpectedly on February 19, 2024, at the Ashtabula County Medical Center, after a brief illness. Joanne was born on October 3, 1955, in Conneaut the daughter of Luke A. and Helen E. (nee: Rhodes) Stough. She graduated from Conneaut High School Class of 1974 and enjoyed organizing the class reunions for many years. Joanne found the love of her life, William A. Biedrycki, and they were united in marriage on July 13, 2001, underneath the willow tree at their home. She was a member of the of the Eagles Auxiliary Lodge #408 and the American Legion Auxiliary Post #151. Joanne loved relaxing on the front porch waving at those going by and waiting for the hummingbirds to visit. She enjoyed spending time with her friends, traveling and going to the casino. She never met a stranger and loved to converse with anyone willing to chat. Joanne cherished the time spent with her family and dearly loved her grandkids and great-grandchild. She is survived by her husband, William Biedrycki; children, Cathy (Scott) Mackert, Richard Hannold, Sonya Taylor and Joseph (Megan) Biedrycki; grandchildren, Luke Jones, Destiny Hannold, Hunter Blankenship and Elaine Biedrycki; great-grandson, Jaxin; sister, Darlene Stough; sister-in-law, Melanie Stough; nephew, Nathaniel Stough; and her beloved cat, Minnie. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a brother, Robert Stough. A gathering of family and friends will be held, Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 1PM-4PM at the Thompson-Smith-Nesbitt Funeral Home, 345 Main St., Conneaut. Should friends desire, memorials in her memory may be given to the American Cancer Society, PO BOX 6704, Hagerstown, MD 21741. Online guestbook and condolences available at www.thompsonsmithnesbitt.com

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Deborah Frances Lower

Jun 24, 1948 - Feb 18, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Deborah Frances Lower, age 75 of Ashtabula, died unexpectedly Sunday, February 18, 2024, at her residence. Debbie was born June 24, 1948, in West Palm Beach, Florida, the daughter of John J. McCarthy and Allie Mae Prevatte. She was a graduate of Riveria High School and later came to Ashtabula County to live and raise her family. Debbie loved the outdoors and nature. She really enjoyed watching the Eagles in the area. She was an avid Cleveland sports fan. She watched every Indians, Browns and Cav’s games she could. She especially loved to watch Kevin Love of the Cav’s and Corey Kluber of the Indians. She was preceded in death by her parents, and 4 brothers, Jack Fogleman, Robert Fogleman, Frank Fogleman and Jim Fogleman. Debbie is survived by her children, Kevin (Jennifer) Spurlin, Conneaut, Brian (Salina) Spurlin of Conneaut, Gina (Danny) Westcott, of St. Augustine Beach, Florida, along with 11 grandchildren, Matthew Lower, Mark(Sadie) Lower, Darrell (Ashley) Westcott, Mitchell Lower, Jill (Zack) Day, Kelli Hernandez, Marcus Braden, Anthony (Jake) Nunes, Kathryne Ray, Bryce Spurlin, Kendyll Spurlin and 7 great grandchildren, Lucas, Chase, Charli, Reagan, Hayden, Melody and Mateo and several nieces and nephews. The family is planning a celebration of Debbie’s life at a later date. Details will be announced by the Raisian Funeral Home, 581 Harbor St, Conneaut, where arrangements have been entrusted.

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Ruth L. Jensky

Feb 23, 1929 - Feb 17, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Ruth L. Jensky, 95, died on Saturday, February 17, 2024 at the Ashtabula County Nursing Home.Born February 23, 1929 in Saginaw, MI, she was the daughter of Elmer and Florence (Smith) O’Leary and had been an area resident most of her life.A 1947 graduate of Bay City Central High in Michigan, she developed her art, music, and acting talents during her younger years while also working on the farm milking cows and bailing hay. She learned how to play the Hammond Organ and played in supper clubs throughout the Midwest and Eastern states from 1953 to 1961. She married Don Richard Jensky at Munger Presbyterian Church in Munger, MI on January 6, 1962 and moved to Ashtabula to be close the Great Lakes shipping industry for his work as a marine engineer. Upon moving to Ashtabula, she performed at the Swallows, and many other local establishments.A longtime member of First Presbyterian Church in Ashtabula, she was very active in church functions. She also loved animals from a very early age, especially the precious cats she had at home. She even brought baby chicks into bed with her as a child.Ruth is survived by two sisters, Maureen O’Leary of Ashtabula and Eileen O’Leary of St. Petersburg, FL; numerous nieces and nephews including Katie (Dell) Frostic of Applegate, MI, Gwen (Lon Hinde) O’Leary of UT, Gordon O’Leary of NY, Tim O’Leary of MI, Shelli O’Leary of MI, Terrance (Tammy) O’Leary of MI, Glenda (Tony) Warren of FL, Kerry (Bob) Wilson of IA, Deanna (Art) Brake of FL, Kelly Cochran of KS, Dawn Behrendt, Julie (Jack) Schoblasky; and two dear friends that are like daughters, Barbara Harless and Sally (Randy) Lemon as well as Jason Mitchell (who was like a son) and his wife, Kim.She was preceded in death by her husband, Don Jensky on January 3, 2005; two brothers, Gerald (Donna) O’Leary and Elmer “Duke” (Rose Marie) O’Leary; four nephews, Trent O’Leary, Dennis O’Leary, Shane Comstock, and Ross Behrendt; her husband’s sister and brother-in-law, Phyllis and Roger Behrendt; her in-laws, Arthur and Matie Jensky; and her parents.A service will be 2PM Thursday, February 29, 2024 at Greenlawn Memory Gardens Mausoleum Chapel, 3140 E Center S., N. Kingsville where Ruth will be laid to rest with her husband Don. Linda Long, her friend and the wife of her former pastor, Rev. Dr. Stephen Long, will provide the eulogy with others sharing memories.Memorial contributions may be made to Boys Town in Omaha, NE, First Presbyterian Church, or the Animal Protective League. Obituary available at www.ducro.com

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Arnold DeWayne Brown

Aug 06, 1933 - Feb 16, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Arnold DeWayne Brown, 90, passed away on February 16, 2024, at his home in Ashtabula, Ohio. He was born on August 6, 1933, in Whiskerville, Pennsylvania, the son of Harold and Virginia (McCracken) Brown. Arnold proudly served his country for two years in the United States Army. On December 14, 1957, Arnold married his bride, Sandra Sue Burrows, they recently celebrated sixty-six wonderful years of marriage together. He moved from Erie, PA to Ashtabula to work at Reactive Metals Industries (RMI); he also worked at Reliance Electric for over twenty-nine years and retired from there in 1998. Arnold was extremely active and participated in many activities throughout his life; he enjoyed sailing, ice boating, square dancing, knitting, sewing, bike riding, snow-boarding and cross-country skiing. He was a member of the American Legions Neal Post 703 in North Kingsville, the Boy Scouts, the Sea Scouts, the Indian Guides, a bicycle club, and the Rose Society. He was a deacon, a sunday school teacher and member of the knitting club at East Side Presbyterian Church. Arnold was also well known as “Mr. Fix It” and loved working on his Gravley tractor. He was an unofficial volunteer at the Hospice of the Western Reserve. Arnold helped make Hospice pillows. He primarily did work on the binding. During the long history of Hospice of the Western Reserve, 6, 127 pillows have been lovingly made and provided to the hospice patients. We would like to thank hospice for his end of life care and guidance to our family. He is survived by his beloved wife, Sandra; his loving children: Karen (Brad) Stevenson, Kenneth (Michelle) Brown and Keith (Cheri) Brown; his brothers, Paul (Barb) Brown and Bruce (Peggy) Brown; his sister-in-law, Mary Kay Brown; his grandchildren: Eric (Jamie) Stevenson, Todd (Brieanna) Stevenson, Anna (Nathan) Costin and Clay Brown and his great-grandchildren: Audrina Jackson, Penelope Jackson, Alden Stevenson, Eleanor “Nellie” Costin and Rosalie Costin. He is preceded in death by his parents; his siblings: Phylis Liptak, Richard Brown, Sylvia Croscutt, Larry Brown and David Brown. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, from 11:00a -12:00p with a funeral service at 12:00p at Fleming and Billman Funeral Home, 526 West Prospect Street in Ashtabula, Ohio. Burial to immediately follow the funeral service at Greenlawn Cemetery in North Kingsville, Ohio. For those who wish to make a donation in Arnold’s name please consider doing so to the Eastside Presbyterian Church, 3440 Edgewood Drive in Ashtabula, Ohio. The Fleming and Billman Funeral Home is honored to be handling the arrangements for the Brown family. To to the family or in memory of Arnold DeWayne Brown, please

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Arnold DeWayne Brown

Aug 06, 1933 - Feb 16, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Arnold DeWayne Brown, 90, passed away on February 16, 2024, at his home in Ashtabula, Ohio. He was born on August 6, 1933, in Whiskerville, Pennsylvania, the son of Harold and Virginia (McCracken) Brown. Arnold proudly served his country for two years in the United States Army. On December 14, 1957, Arnold married his bride, Sandra Sue Burrows, they recently celebrated sixty-six wonderful years of marriage together. He moved from Erie, PA to Ashtabula to work at Reactive Metals Industries (RMI); he also worked at Reliance Electric for over twenty-nine years and retired from there in 1998. Arnold was extremely active and participated in many activities throughout his life; he enjoyed sailing, ice boating, square dancing, knitting, sewing, bike riding, snow-boarding and cross-country skiing. He was a member of the American Legions Neal Post 703 in North Kingsville, the Boy Scouts, the Sea Scouts, the Indian Guides, a bicycle club, and the Rose Society. He was a deacon, a sunday school teacher and member of the knitting club at East Side Presbyterian Church. Arnold was also well known as “Mr. Fix It” and loved working on his Gravley tractor. He was an unofficial volunteer at the Hospice of the Western Reserve. Arnold helped make Hospice pillows. He primarily did work on the binding. During the long history of Hospice of the Western Reserve, 6, 127 pillows have been lovingly made and provided to the hospice patients. We would like to thank hospice for his end of life care and guidance to our family. He is survived by his beloved wife, Sandra; his loving children: Karen (Brad) Stevenson, Kenneth (Michelle) Brown and Keith (Cheri) Brown; his brothers, Paul (Barb) Brown and Bruce (Peggy) Brown; his sister-in-law, Mary Kay Brown; his grandchildren: Eric (Jamie) Stevenson, Todd (Brieanna) Stevenson, Anna (Nathan) Costin and Clay Brown and his great-grandchildren: Audrina Jackson, Penelope Jackson, Alden Stevenson, Eleanor “Nellie” Costin and Rosalie Costin. He is preceded in death by his parents; his siblings: Phylis Liptak, Richard Brown, Sylvia Croscutt, Larry Brown and David Brown. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, from 11:00a -12:00p with a funeral service at 12:00p at Fleming and Billman Funeral Home, 526 West Prospect Street in Ashtabula, Ohio. Burial to immediately follow the funeral service at Greenlawn Cemetery in North Kingsville, Ohio. For those who wish to make a donation in Arnold’s name please consider doing so to the Eastside Presbyterian Church, 3440 Edgewood Drive in Ashtabula, Ohio. The Fleming and Billman Funeral Home is honored to be handling the arrangements for the Brown family. To to the family or in memory of Arnold DeWayne Brown, please

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Domenic Massucci

Dec 17, 1927 - Feb 13, 2024

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Ashtabula, OH

Domenic Massucci, age 96, of Ashtabula, Ohio, passed away peacefully at the Saybrook Landing Rehabilitation Center on February 13, 2024. He was born in Cerro al Volturno, Italy and emigrated to the United States in the 60s to join family. He was married to his soulmate Evelina for 69 years until her passing 3 years ago. He had a personality that fostered immediate friendships and all that knew him were captured by his energy, enthusiasm and drive. His favorite motto was something that his grandfather taught him at an early age ‘one hundred friends are not enough, one enemy is too many’ and aspired to live his life accordingly. He loved and cherished his family as a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. A true measure of his character was the total devotion and dedication he showed providing primary care to his wife in the last years of her life as her health declined. He was a natural orator and some of our fondest memories are of him being surrounded by attentive, smiling and teary-eyed faces recanting stories of his youth growing up in the Italian country side tending to farm animals, raising a pet fox and surviving the war years hiding in farmhouses scattered across the hillsides. The power and magic of those stories lies in the fact that they were true life experiences and beyond the imagination of kids living a modern life. Domenic, affectionately referred to by grandkids and great-grandkids as ‘Nonno’ lived a full and healthy life until the end. He approached everything he did with vigor and passion including his 17 years spent as a forklift operator at Rockwell International, his ‘dream job’, until the company relocated out of state. Subsequently he worked at Ashtabula Rubber Co. until retirement. He had an impeccable work ethic and was always proud to be frequently asked to work continuous shifts which he happily and eagerly complied. He often stated that the retirement years were the happiest in his life as he was able to pursue full time his favorite pastimes of gardening, landscaping, wine making, hunting and fishing. He especially looked forward with great anticipation and enthusiasm to the summer months where he would spend many days of camaraderie with a close circle of family and friends fishing for perch and walleye on Lake Erie. We shall be forever grateful for the dedication and support provided by these companions which allowed him to pursue his fishing passion till near the end. He was a longtime member of Red Brook Boat Club where he made numerous cherished friendships. He was loved and will be thoroughly missed by his family and friends. Domenic is survived by his son Tony (Janice) Massucci; grandchildren Christy (Brian) Youngers and Sarah Massucci; great grandchildren Natalie, Brooke and Will Youngers. He was preceded in death by his wife Evelina, son Adam Massucci, who passed away at age 52; parents Antonio and Adelina ‘Izzi ’ Massucci; sisters Romana DeCesare; Luigina Grassi and Imola Volpe. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 1P.M. in Mount Carmel Church with entombment to follow in Greenlawn Memory Garden. Visitation will be Saturday from 11:00 to 12:30 at Guerriero Funeral Home 1550 West 19th St. in Ashtabula. The family would like to express their gratitude to the professional and dedicated staff(s) of Saybrook Landing Rehabilitation Center and Bella Care Hospice for the compassionate care and comfort they provided during the final year of his life. Condolences can be made at guerrierofuneralhjome.com To to the family or in memory of Domenicuccio Massucci, please

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