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Robert Mccarthy

Nov 28, 1942 - Nov 27, 2023

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Toledo, OH

"Robert Francis McCarthy, 80, died November 27, 2023, one day before his 81st birthday. He was also known as Bob, Bozo, Captain, and Commodore. Bob was born November 28, 1942 in Mercy Hospital in Toledo to Jack and Maryedna Green McCarthy. He received his elementary education at Our Lady of Perpetual Help and was a proud graduate of Libbey High School. In August of 1963 he married the late Joan Bly Johnson McCarthy. They had three children, Shannon Bly (Jon Michael) Henry, Sean Ray (Christine) M...Read More

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Cynthia Mallory

May 23, 1952 - Feb 28, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Cynthia Mallory, age 71, of Toledo, OH passed away February 28, 2024, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Arrangements are entrusted with Habegger Funeral Services. Habegger Funeral Services is honored to serve the Mallory family. We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.habeggerfuneralservices.com. To to the family or in memory of Cynthia Mallory, please

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Jimmie Riley

Dec 11, 1957 - Feb 26, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Jimmie Riley, age 66, of Toledo, OH passed away February 26, 2024. Arrangements are entrusted with Habegger Funeral Services. Habegger Funeral Services is honored to serve the Riley family. We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.habeggerfuneralservices.com. To to the family or in memory of Jimmy Riley, please

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Miguel Juan Rodriguez

Jul 06, 1958 - Feb 29, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Miguel (Mike) Juan Rodriguez, 65, of Fremont, OH passed away surrounded by his loved ones on February 29, 2024 at Promedica Toledo Hospital. He was born on July 6, 1958 in Fremont, OH, the son of the late Juan and Maria (Obregon) Rodriguez. He attended Gibsonburg High School as well as Vanguard Vocational School specializing in Cosmetology. You’d often find Mike in the kitchen making his ever famous homemade tamales and salsa. He wore the name Tamale Mike or Mexican Mike proudly. Mike’s Christian faith was an essential part of his life, and he spent a great amount of time in Africa as a missionary. His way of making others laugh was part of Mike’s love language. Mike is survived by his wife Rebecca Rodriguez of Toledo; children John Robert Rodriguez Sr. of Toledo, OH, Elisabeth Jordan Gryder of Richmond, VA; stepchildren Hector Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, and Lorena Pecina all of Toledo, OH; grandchildren, John Jr., Alexia, Elijah, Emadiyana, and Jay Rodriguez, Zayden Gryder, Londyn Graham, Kalani and Kade Arboleda, Rebecca Stewart, Ezequiel Pecina, Phillip Bailey, Hector Jr., Halannah, and Dezman Ramirez, and 2 great grandchildren; siblings, Mary (Fernando) of Fremont, OH, Susie (Alex) Arriaga of Gibsonburg, OH, Rosario (Nacho) Medina, of Toledo, OH; Joe (Linda) Rodriguez of Moores Hill, IN, Jesus (Lydia) Rodriguez of Decatur, IN, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Juan and Maria, his sister Lupe Cardenas, and brother Ruben Rodriguez. Family will receive friends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainsville Rd. in Toledo, OH on Thursday from 4 – 7 PM and Friday at 10 AM at St. Michael’s Catholic Church 420 Sandusky St. where funeral mass will be held at 11 AM The outpouring of love and support has been graciously acknowledged. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made directly to the funeral home. To to the family or in memory of Miguel Juan Rodriguez, please

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Miguel Juan Rodriguez

Jul 06, 1958 - Feb 29, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Miguel (Mike) Juan Rodriguez, 65, of Fremont, OH passed away surrounded by his loved ones on February 29, 2024 at Promedica Toledo Hospital. He was born on July 6, 1958 in Fremont, OH, the son of the late Juan and Maria (Obregon) Rodriguez. He attended Gibsonburg High School as well as Vanguard Vocational School specializing in Cosmetology. You’d often find Mike in the kitchen making his ever famous homemade tamales and salsa. He wore the name Tamale Mike or Mexican Mike proudly. Mike’s Christian faith was an essential part of his life, and he spent a great amount of time in Africa as a missionary. His way of making others laugh was part of Mike’s love language. Mike is survived by his wife Rebecca Rodriguez of Toledo; children John Robert Rodriguez Sr. of Toledo, OH, Elisabeth Jordan Gryder of Richmond, VA; stepchildren Hector Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, and Lorena Pecina all of Toledo, OH; grandchildren, John Jr., Alexia, Elijah, Emadiyana, and Jay Rodriguez, Zayden Gryder, Londyn Graham, Kalani and Kade Arboleda, Rebecca Stewart, Ezequiel Pecina, Phillip Bailey, Hector Jr., Halannah, and Dezman Ramirez, and 2 great grandchildren; siblings, Mary (Fernando) of Fremont, OH, Susie (Alex) Arriaga of Gibsonburg, OH, Rosario (Nacho) Medina, of Toledo, OH; Joe (Linda) Rodriguez of Moores Hill, IN, Jesus (Lydia) Rodriguez of Decatur, IN, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Juan and Maria, his sister Lupe Cardenas, and brother Ruben Rodriguez. Family will receive friends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainsville Rd. in Toledo, OH on Thursday from 4 – 7 PM and Friday at 10 AM at St. Michael’s Catholic Church 420 Sandusky St. where funeral mass will be held at 11 AM The outpouring of love and support has been graciously acknowledged. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made directly to the funeral home. To to the family or in memory of Miguel Juan Rodriguez, please

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Donna Burgess

Dec 25, 1959 - Feb 24, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Donna Burgess, born on December 25, 1959, in Toledo, Ohio, to the late Rhoda Ann Johnson and Franklin Roosevelt Fulton, passed away on February 24, 2024, at the age of 64. In 1980, Donna married the late Reverend Albert Lee Burgess, a union that brought them many years of love and companionship until his passing in 1994. Donna was a devoted mother, cherished grandmother, beloved sister, loyal friend, and beloved aunt to many. Throughout her life, Donna displayed unwavering strength in the face of adversity, serving as a pillar of resilience and inspiration to those around her. Her dedication to her family was unparalleled, and she poured boundless love and support into her role as a mother. Donna's children were her greatest joy, and she navigated the challenges of parenthood with grace, courage, and unwavering devotion. Described as a very sweet and kind person, Donna's gentle and compassionate demeanor endeared her to all who knew her. Her genuine kindness and generosity of spirit left an indelible mark on everyone she encountered, and her warm smile and infectious laughter lit up any room she entered. A dedicated nurse, Donna graduated from the University of Toledo and the Toledo Practical School of Nursing. Throughout her career, she provided compassionate care to countless patients across Southwest Michigan and Northwest Ohio. Donna's passion for nursing led her to embrace the role of a travel nurse, a position she embraced wholeheartedly, allowing her to touch the lives of individuals in communities far and wide. Beyond her professional endeavors, Donna found joy in various pursuits, including her love for music and travel. She cherished attending concerts in cities like Toronto, New Orleans, Cincinnati, and Detroit, creating cherished memories with loved ones along the way. Donna's zest for life was evident in her participation in activities such as line dancing, where she earned the title of "queen of hustles," and her involvement in walking groups. Donna's green thumb was another testament to her nurturing nature. She found solace in caring for her plants, delighting in the process of propagation and nursing sick plants back to health. Donna leaves behind a legacy of love and compassion that will be cherished by her six children: Vincent Johnson, Jaimie Burgess, Ashley (Andrew) Carruthers, Brittany Burgess, Edward Burgess, and the late Celeste Burgess (2018). She also leaves behind her beloved bonus son, Al Stockard, whom she cherished as her own. Donna's memory will be forever treasured by her seven grandchildren: Imani, Isaiah, Eric, Jaden, Lailah, Ariana, Andrew, and Ashton, as well as her great-grandchild, Urias. Donna is survived by her siblings: Jennifer Williams, John Johnson, Regina Johnson, and her late siblings Christopher Johnson and Mary Francis. She will also be deeply missed by her beloved aunt, Martha Thames, nieces Jasmine Williams and Jennifer Johnson, as well as a host of other family and friends. In honoring Donna's memory, let us celebrate the warmth, kindness, and love she shared with all who knew her. She will be deeply missed but forever remembered for the light she brought into the lives of others.

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Joshua Douglas Anders

Jan 18, 1991 - Feb 29, 2024

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Toledo, OH

WAUSEON – Joshua Douglas Anders, age 33 of Wauseon, passed away on Thursday, February 29, 2024, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo. He was born on January 18, 1991, to Paul and Theresa (Leonowicz) Anders, and they survive. Josh attended and graduated from Tecumseh High School. He then served his country in the United States Army. On March 9, 2022, he married Stephanie Simpkins in Wauseon, and she survives. Josh was a plumber by trade.Josh was a family man and loved to take care of his family in any way he could. His grandmother, Patricia Gloss, was the love of his life; along with his granddaughter and his K-9 son, Duke. He was the “mean” but very over-protective brother to Jessie. Josh took pride in his work as a plumber and worked hard for everything he had; never taking a handout from anyone. He was a “firecracker”, one-of-a-kind person that was very generous to anyone in need. In his free time, he loved anything Harry Potter and loved to play disc golf.Surviving Josh are his parents, Paul (Marolyn Perry) Anders and Theresa (Donald) Adners-Hughes; wife, Stephanie; sons, Eli Fowler and Nolan Fowler; daughter, Kaydence (John) Sawyer; granddaughter, Greenlee Sawyer; sisters, Jessie Anders (Adam Warner) and Kayleigh (Mackenzie) Moore; grandparents, Dennis (Phyllis) Anders and John Leonowicz; mother-in-law, Carol (Matthew) Dunn; father-in-law, John (Debbie) Simpkins; brothers-in-law, Matthew (Megan) Simpkins and Brandon (Ashley) Frederick; sisters-in-law, Haley Simpkins and Matea (Kyle) Minion; nieces, Piper Warner and Madelyn Barnhart; and nephews, Crue and Case Simpkins, Grayson Warner, Kye Minion, Brody Frederick, and Noah Moore. He was preceded in death by a grandmother, Patricia Gloss; and a niece, Miley Marie Barnhart.Visitation for Josh will be held at the Eagle-Marry Funeral Home in Morenci on Thursday, March 7, 2024, from 2:00 – 8:00 PM. Funeral services will take place on Friday, March 8, 2024, at 11:00 AM, with Pastor Maryann Reimund, officiating. Cremation will follow services.Online condolences to the family may be offered at www.eaglemarryfuneralhome.com. Memorial contributions in Josh’s memory may be given to the family for future consideration or by the Crowd Funding Link on Josh’s obituary page. The Eagle-Marry Funeral Home in Morenci has been entrusted with arrangements.

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Judith Nadrasik

Jan 29, 1938 - Feb 29, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Judith Nadrasik, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and active member of the Toledo community, passed away peacefully on February 29, 2024, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on January 29, 1938, and spent her life enriching the lives of those around her with her warmth, compassion, and vibrant spirit.Judith was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Joseph Nadrasik Jr., her parents, Elizabeth Jacob and Walter Michaels, and her grandson, Andreas Dionyssiou. She is survived by her daughters Michelle (Gil) Mains, Suzanne (Bill) Supino, and Jo-Anne (Michael) Chrysochoos, along with her grandchildren Mara Dionyssiou, Jordan (Roohi) Kharofa, Alexa (Aaron) Adkins, Zoe (Ross) Monat, John (Kellie) Chrysochoos, Khoury (Courtney) Mains, Gilbert III (Lacey) Mains and Maxx Mains. She also leaves behind a legacy of love and joy in her great-grandchildren Veronica, Charlotte, Francesca, Sebastian, Zayd, Zara, Michael, Hudson and Gavin.Judith's professional endeavors included owning and operating a successful florist business for many years, where she brought beauty and joy into countless lives. She also served as a financial bookkeeper for several local businesses, contributing her skills and expertise to the community she cherished.Beyond her professional achievements, Judith was a talented theater actress with the Toledo Repertoire Theater captivating audiences with her performances. She was also an accomplished astrologer, sharing her insights and wisdom with those seeking guidance.A graduate of Central Catholic High School and The University of Toledo, Judith was a lifelong learner who valued education and intellectual curiosity. However, her greatest joy came from spending time with her large and loving family. Judith's home was always filled with laughter, delicious meals, and cherished memories as her family gathered for celebrations, vacations, and everyday moments of togetherness.Judith Nadrasik's legacy of love, generosity, and strength will continue to live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know her. She will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by her family, friends, and the community she touched with her kindness and grace.The family would like to offer a special thanks to Bill and Kyle Meidt, Rosary Care and Hospice of Northwest Ohio for all the care and comfort they provided Judith in her final years.A celebration of Judith's life will be held on March 10th at Walker Funeral Home, 5155 W Sylvania Ave, from noon to 3pm with a prayer service at 2pm performed by Fr. Larry Legakis. If you would like to make a donation in Judith's memory please give to Hospice of Northwest Ohio or the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral.May her soul rest in eternal peace.

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Agnes Estes Padgett

Aug 25, 1932 - Mar 01, 2024

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Toledo, OH

Agnes Estes Padgett, of Waterville, passed away peacefully on March 1, 2024. She was born August 25, 1932, in Dickson, Tennessee, to her late parents, Porter and Allie Mamie (Estes) Gray and raised on the family farm. At age 18, she moved to Toledo and soon met her future husband, William “Bill” C. Padgett. They married on December 20, 1950, in Monroe, Michigan and were happily devoted to each other until his passing in 2001.Together, Agnes and Bill founded Riverton Interiors and built many homes in the Waterville and Whitehouse areas. In 1971, they moved to Florida where they started Pass Industries where they manufactured building materials with retail stores in Bradenton and Port Charlotte. Bill passed away in Florida in 2002 and Agnes soon moved back to Toledo to be with family. Agnes genuinely loved decorating homes and everything that was involved with it. In her spare time, she often spent time with her family and friends whom she loved to host and entertain. She was a memorable woman who will leave an impact on those who knew her, and she will be incredibly missed.Left to cherish her memory is her daughter, Sandra (Bill) Stanish; grandchildren, Tracey (Mike) Hazelbaker, Shawn Stanish, Monica (Jeremy) Givens; great-grandchildren, Justin and Ashley Hazelbaker, Jacob and Allyson Givens, Noah, and Zoe Stanish; sisters, Priscilla Kincaid, Peggy Hudson. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Inez Hyndman; brother, Ronnie Gray; and beloved dog, Lisa.All are welcome to visit the Maison-Dardenne-Walker Funeral Home, 501 Conant Street, Maumee, from 11 a.m. until the time of funeral services at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. Interment will follow at Whitehouse Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, any donations made to Elara Caring Hospice in Agnes’ honor are appreciated by her family.

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Freddie L. Christmas

Apr 10, 1936 - Feb 27, 2024

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Toledo, OH

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Mr. Freddie L. Christmas (aka Big Son), who passed away on February 27, 2024. Freddie was born on April 10, 1936, to the late James and Maude Christmas. As the backbone of his family, he exhibited the admirable qualities of commitment, honesty, and unwavering integrity throughout his life. Freddie was a dedicated family man and is survived by his loving wife, Vivian. His family was his heart, and he lit up their lives with the glow of his love. He leaves behind 1 sister Eula Mae Dickerson, his beloved children, Lisa Christmas, Cathy James, Frederick (Laurie) Christmas, Beverly Pezzano, Joseph Pezzano III, 16 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, 1 great, great grandchild and a host of nieces, nephews, cousin's, friends and in laws whose lives he undoubtedly enriched with his wisdom and guidance. Growing up with a large family, Freddie learned early the value of hard work and resiliency. He was preceded in death by his children, Gary and Gail Christmas; siblings, James Christmas Jr., Johnnie Christmas, twin, Eddie Christmas (aka Little Son), Hattie Pearl Square, Helen Williams, and Minnie Baldwin. These early experiences shaped him into the faithful and dependable man he came to be known as in his later years. Freddie was an old school man, known for his stern yet upbeat personality. He believed in working hard, saving money, and avoiding unnecessary expenditures. His principles served him well throughout his life, and he passed these valuable lessons onto his children and those around him. As a professional, Freddie made significant contributions to the pharmaceutical and automobile manufacturing industries. He persevered as a lab technician for Abbott Laboratories. Later in his life, he joined American Motors Corporation, where he worked tirelessly until his well-deserved retirement. His work ethic and determination were admirable and served as an inspiration for many. To Freddie, success was measured not by material wealth but by the love he spread and the lives he touched. He taught us that strength comes from standing by your beliefs and never compromising on your values. His legacy of commitment, strength, honesty, and integrity will continue to live on through his family and all those fortunate enough to have known him. As we mourn the loss of this extraordinary man, we also celebrate the incredible life he led. His spirit, his teachings, and his love will forever be etched in our memories and hearts.

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Diana Erickson

Jul 27, 1942 - Feb 26, 2024

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Toledo, OH

The daughter of Alison Bradley and Arline Shipman, Diana is survived by her loving husband, Walter Raymond (Ray) Erickson of 59 years. She is also survived by her brother, Mike Lauria (wife, Shirley); son, Jeff (wife, Jeanne) son, Scott, son, Eric (wife, Jennifer); daughter, Kristen (husband, Dr. James O'Brien); and her nine grandchildren: Gretchen, Kendall, Annaliese, Teagan, Max, Gabrielle, Lucy, Emmett, and Elliot.Mrs. Erickson was preceded in death by her father, Alison Bradley; her mother, Arline Shipman; father-in-law, Walter Erickson Sr.; mother-in-law, Mary Erickson; brother, Gary Bradley; and her beloved sister, Carol Koppenhofer.A lifelong resident of Toledo, Diana attended Central Catholic High School where she graduated with the highest academic honors and was crowned homecoming queen in the fall of 1959. Shortly after, she graduated with honors from The St. Vincent School of Nursing, where she attended on academic scholarship.Diana met the love of her life in Ray Erickson, and they married at Blessed Sacrament Church on May 16, 1964. The couple shared a lifetime of true love and commitment to each other and, together, they made great things happen. When asked why he chose to ask for Diana's hand in marriage, Ray's answer was simple, "I didn't want to lose her."Diana Erickson's passion in life was nursing. She worked for several years at St. Vincent in the intensive care burn unit, and in several private medical practices. But it was in 1969 that she took a break from her career to help her husband found Toledo Glass Service, ultimately entitled Erickson Glass and Stone Works. During those years, she worked tirelessly making a home, raising children, and managing everything from promotions to payroll and collections. She was, of course, always there when medical emergencies came up. Not just at the glass shop, but anywhere she happened to be at the time.With the passing of the mid 1980s, she was back in school. She attended the University of Toledo, where she earned a bachelor's degree of science in nursing, and a master's degree of science in nursing-again with honors. Initially, this led her to working in the outpatient drug and alcohol treatment field.Although this profession was very important to her, she found her true calling, which was working as the school nurse for both Deveaux Elementary School and Leverette Middle School. She cherished these roles and made an enormous number of friends in them. Many of these friends stayed in contact with her until the time of her death.Mrs. Erickson's nursing care went far beyond the norm because she expanded her function into procuring grants for students in desperate need of medical procedures, sourced scholarship funding for underserved students, and even provided expert testimony involving grave domestic cases. It was well known that "Mrs E" was a stoutly capable ally when it came to safeguarding any and all aspects of a student's welfare. It is no understatement to say that every single student was important to her, and no measure of effort was too much to invest. After her retirement, Diana pursued volunteer work by teaching classes at Christ Child Society of Toledo. She enjoyed volunteering, and continued her involvement until her own health prevented her from doing so.As seriously as she approached her career, Diana participated in many activities and hobbies, which she enjoyed immensely. She was a voracious reader and held membership in several book clubs. It was rare if you saw her without a book within a few feet away. Water aerobics was the form of exercise she most enjoyed, and she always looked forward to the camaraderie she shared with her friends there.As diligent as Diana was, she loved to travel. To the delight of her family, she was able to road -trip to Snowshoe with Ray for one last summer vacation. She also spent a great deal of time vacationing in northern Michigan with a very special group of friends that she and Ray held closely. In the later years, their activities up there included exploring destinations and entertaining. The earlier years there, however, were a little more "spirited". Diana snow skied, snowmobiled, and even did a little bit of motorcycle riding. She actually owned a Suzuki dirt bike and several snowmobiles over the years and was proficient in piloting them.Most dear to Diana was the time she spent with her family. She stayed in close communication with her children and grandchildren through the best of times, as well as the difficult ones. Without question, the greatest source of vitality and healing for her was spending time with her grandchildren. Lovingly addressed as "Grandma DI" and G-ma, she enjoyed the type of love and attention from them that (without question) comforted in her illness and extended the quality years of her life.Finally, and most important in Diana Erickson's life was her relationship with Jesus Christ. She found her purpose through Him. And in so many ways, He worked through her. In her final years, she wasn't able to attend Mass at Christ the King Parish, which was the favorite activity in her week. She did, however, continue to grow in devotion to her Catholic faith.We will miss her physical presence deeply, while keeping in mind that she will always be with us. All of her homework assignments are complete. Straight A's.Visitation will be held on Monday, March 11, 2024, from 4-7 p.m. at the Walker Funeral Home, 5155 W. Sylvania Avenue, Toledo, OH. A Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Christ the King Catholic Church, 4100 Harvest Lane, Toledo, OH. The burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Christ Child Society of Toledo, P.O. Box 352254, Toledo, OH 43635.

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