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Sharmaine Hardy

Mar 23, 1979 - Nov 26, 2023

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Middletown, OH

Dear Family and Friends, An obituary for the beloved, Sharmaine Minette Hardy not currently available, but we will be sure to share this with you upon the family's wishes or as soon as it becomes available to share with the community. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, you may call us at any time at (513)761-0082. Sincerely, The Team of Preston Charles Funeral Home To to the family or in memory of Sharmaine Minnette Hardy, please

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Katherine "Kathy" Pope

Feb 07, 1943 - Feb 23, 2024

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New Middletown, OH

Poland – A Memorial Mass will be held Wednesday, February 28, at 11:00 am at St. Paul the Apostle Church in New Middletown for Katherine “Kathy” Pope, 81, who passed away peacefully Friday, February 23, at the Assumption Village surrounded by her family. Kathy was born February 7, 1943, in Youngstown a daughter of John and Katherine Rohman D’Angelo and was raised in Struthers. She graduated Cardinal Mooney High School in 1960 and YSU with a BS in education in 1964, and then attended graduate school in the field of special education. She married John R. Pope on July 18, 1964. Kathy taught throughout the Mahoning County area at West Branch, Austintown, Poland, Struthers, Youngstown and Springfield schools. Besides teaching, she had her real estate license, was a travel consultant, and escorted educational trips throughout Europe and Latin America. Kathy was very active in the community. She was a Supreme Emblem Club of the U.S. officer, Ohio State Emblem Club officer and scholarship committee, and Youngstown Emblem Club 471 and was President for two terms and developed a Scholarship Award and headed the committee. Kathy volunteered at St. Elizabeth Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, the St. Elizabeth Hospital gift shop, at the Relay for Life in Boardman and Springfield, at the Second Harvest Food Bank, and Hospice of the Valley. She was a member of the Youngstown Panhellenic and Youngstown Coursillo . She served as a judge for History Day at YSU for two years. She was a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in New Middletown and served as a Eucharistic minister and Silas Marner. She enjoyed sailing, plays, trivia, reading, traveling and most anything, including being the “HIT”. Kathy always said, “All of this means nothing – only my family – kids and grandkids mean everything!” Kathy is watching over her beloved family. She leaves her daughters Juliet (Dr. Chris) Economus of Poland and Kae (Scott) Grdina of New Middletown, two sisters Joan Chizmar of New Port Richey, FL, and Laura (Melanie Harvey) D’Angelo of Palm Harbor, FL, and a brother John (Judy) D’Angelo of Wickliff, OH, six grandchildren Sylvia Grdina, Emily (Jonathan) Elias, Ian Grdina, and Doctor Christopher Economus, Paul and Grace Economus, and two great granddaughters, Madeline and Lillian. Kathy was extraordinarily proud of her children’s and grandchildren’s accomplishments. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, John. Kathy’s family wishes to extend a special thanks to the staff at Assumption Village and Hospice of the Valley who took care of Kathy’s needs during her illness. Kathy encourages everyone who knew her not to grieve her passing from this life to the next, but to rejoice! Her family extends an invitation to celebrate her life with her family prior to the Memorial Mass on Wednesday from 9:45 am to 10:45 am on February 28, at St. Paul the Apostle Church at 10143 Main Street in New Middletown, 44442. In lieu of flowers the family requests that material tributes in her name be made Hospice of the Valley at foundation.mercy.com/Youngstown or to Mahoningvalleysecondharvest.org. This obituary can be viewed and condolences sent at www.ClementeFuneral Homes.com. To to the family or in memory of Katherine D. (D'Angelo) Pope, please

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Larry Dorn

Jul 30, 1952 - Feb 20, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Dear Family and Friends, An obituary for the beloved, Larry Dorn is not currently available, but we will be sure to share this with you upon the family's wishes or as soon as it becomes available to share with the community. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, you may call us at any time at (513)761-0082. Sincerely, The Team of Preston Charles Funeral Home To to the family or in memory of Larry Dorn, please

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Jesse Day DeSouza

Aug 06, 1979 - Feb 09, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Jesse Day DeSouza, 44, passed away on February 9th, 2024, with his loyal dog Atari by his side. He was a devoted Life-long Partner to Malia DeSouza-Taketa and a Loving father to his two children. Jesse was a devoted son to his loving parents; being his father’s caretaker for over 30 years before his father entered an assisted living home. He then relocated to Ohio, where his family later joined him. Jesse’s parents happily adopted him from the Sacramento County Adoption Department when he was only 2 years old. He immediately brought joy to his extended family. He was very proud of his Native American heritage. The tribe of background heritage is called Yaqui. Jesse’s adoptive parents were the only couple to get to meet his biological mother in person, which was very unlikely during that time. His biological mother, Lauren, was impressed by the time spent talking to his adoptive parents, and she knew that they were the perfect fit for him. Jesse grew up in California, where he attended Our Lady of Assumption Catholic School in Carmichael, CA, Presentation Catholic School, and Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, CA. Jesse always looked out for the younger children. He would even play Jump Rope with them. He seamlessly made many friends as he treated everyone like family. Jesse was the friendliest, most unique, and loving individual. He was an Avid sports fan, even playing baseball, basketball, and football himself in high school. He was the star quarterback. Jesse’s coaches were amazed with his knowledge of all of the different plays and tactics. His favorite teams were the Raiders, Oklahoma City Blue, Chicago White Sox, and Notre Dame College Football. Jesse is survived by his Life-long Partner and the mother of his children; Malia, daughter, Alize’ Day DeSouza, son, Akamu DeSouza-Taketa, his parents, Virgina DeSouza-Morrison, John DeSouza, his brother, Kevin DeSouza, and his stepfather, Stan Morrison. There will be a Celebration of life service held for Jesse at Baker-Stevens-Parramore Funeral Home, 6850 Roosevelt Ave., Middletown, OH, 45005, on Saturday at 1:00 PM. There will be a luncheon held after the service in the event center at the same location. All are invited to come out to honor the life of Jesse Day DeSouza. There will be another Celebration of Life Mass at Our Lady of Assumption Church, in Carmichael, CA. He will eventually be Interred at St. Mary’s Cemetery, in Sacramento, CA, with his grandmother, Mary C. Pelosi (Fratus) Byrholdt, his grandfather, Russell Byrholdt, and will be later joined by his parents, Virginia M. (Fratus) DeSouza and John F. DeSouza. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family at www.bakerstevensparramore.com.

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Dale Scott Morgan

Sep 10, 1962 - Feb 15, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Dale Scott Morgan, 61 transitioned into eternal life in his home on February 15, 2024. He was born on September 10 1962 in Middletown, Ohio to Josiah and Nancy Morgan. Dale graduated from Middletown Senior High School in 1981. He worked at the Manchester Inn, and Square D. Many friendships bloomed from his jobs. Dale married, and from this union he was blessed with a son Dohnovan and a daughter Darah. They were the loves of Dale’s life; he smiled every time he heard their names. Dale spent time collecting comic books, action figures, and watching sports. He was a top bowler and he excelled on the basketball court. Having intense conversations after movie releases and he was a “Wiz” at trivia. Dale was a “Jack of all Trades” . He lovingly gave nicknames to all the little people in his life….. Funny, witty, a genuine friend, one of the kindest men are just a few sentiments that describe Dale’s demeanor. Dale stopped by his parents house daily to check on them, he showed kindness, support, and concern to many who crossed his path. He built long life lasting friendships with parents at the Cincinnati Childrens Hospital. Dale was preceded in death by his parents Josiah and Nancy Morgan. He leaves to cherish his memory his son Dohnovan Scott Morgan, Darah Ann Morgan, his siblings: Dean (Yvonne) Morgan of Kingsland, Georgia, Donna (Anthony) Jackson of Hamilton, Ohio, and Dorinda (Troy) Davis of Middletown, Ohio. He will also be missed by his nieces and nephews all who adored him: Latanya, Andrea, Danielle, Devon, Dominique, Dontay, and DeAyrah. . and a host of other relatives and caring friends. To to the family or in memory of Dale S. Morgan, please

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Jesse Day DeSouza

Aug 06, 1979 - Feb 09, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Jesse Day DeSouza, 44, passed away on February 9th, 2024, with his loyal dog, Atari by his side. He was a devoted Life-long Partner to Malia DeSouza-Taketa and a Loving father to his two children. Jesse was a devoted son to his loving parents; being his father’s caretaker for over 30 years before his father entered an assisted living home. He then relocated to Ohio, where his family later joined him. Jesse’s parents happily adopted him from the Sacramento County Adoption Department when he was only 2 years old. He immediately brought joy to his extended family. He was very proud of his Native American heritage. The tribe of background heritage is called Yaqui. Jesse’s adoptive parents were the only couple to get to meet his biological mother in person, which was very unlikely during that time. His biological mother, Lauren, was impressed by the time spent talking to his adoptive parents, and she knew that they were the perfect fit for him. Jesse grew up in California, where he attended Our Lady of Assumption Catholic School in Carmichael, CA, Presentation Catholic School, and Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, CA. Jesse always looked out for the younger children. He would even play Jump Rope with them. He seamlessly made many friends as he treated everyone like family. Jesse was the friendliest, most unique, and loving individual. He was an Avid sports fan, even playing baseball, basketball, and football himself in high school. He was the start quarterback. Jesse’s coaches were amazed with his knowledge of all of the different plays and tactics. His favorite teams were the Raiders, Oklahoma City Blue, Chicago White Sox, and Notre Dame College Football. Jesse is survived by his Life-long Partner and the mother of his children; Malia, daughter, Alize’ Day DeSouza, son, Akamu DeSouza-Taketa, his parents, Virgina and John DeSouza, his brother, Kevin DeSouza, and his step-father, Stan Morrison. There will be a Celebration of life service held for Jesse at Baker-Stevens-Parramore Funeral Home, 6850 Roosevelt Ave., Middletown, OH, 45005, on Saturday at 1:00 PM. There will be a luncheon held after the service in the event center at the same location. All are invited to come out to honor the life of Jesse Day DeSouza. There will be another Celebration of Life Mass at Our Lady of Assumption Church, in Carmichael, CA. He will eventually be Interred at St. Mary’s Cemetery, in Sacramento, CA, with his grandmother, Mary C. Pelosi (Fratus) Byrholdt, his grandfather, Russell Byrholdt, and will be later joined by his parents, Virginia M. (Fratus) DeSouza. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family at www.bakerstevensparramore.com.

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Genevieve Rock

Nov 18, 1944 - Feb 21, 2024

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New Middletown, OH

New Middletown – A Mass of Christian burial will be held Monday, February 26, at 11:00 am at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in New Middletown for Genevieve Rock, 79, who died Wednesday, February 21, at the Hospice House surrounded by her family. Genevieve was born November 18, 1944, in Youngstown a daughter of Sam and Genevieve Ravotti. She graduated from Cardinal Mooney High School in 1963 and married Robert Michael Rock on August 22, 1964. She was a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. Genevieve enjoyed camping, traveling, and gambling. Her greatest love is God and her family. Her favorite place to go with her family is Disney World. Genevieve leaves her husband, Robert, two sons Robert Rock, Jr. of North Lima and Michael (Cheryl) Rock of Boardman, a daughter Tracy Rock of Poland, ten grandchildren Sarah Phibbs, Katie Silone, Robby Rock, Michael Rock, Marisa Rock, Eric Rock, Alexander Kerchum, Lorraine Price, Tiffany Davis, and Christopher Kerchum, and twelve great grandchildren Gavin, Gianna, Ben, Arianna, Delilah, Robby, Nicholas, Oliver, Aria, Logan, Brian, and Aubrey. Friends may call at St. Paul the Apostle Church at 10143 Main Street in New Middletown 44442, prior to the mass on Monday, February 26, from 9:00 am to 10:45 am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that material tributes in Genevieve’s name be made to Hospice House at foundation.mercy.com/Youngstown or to Mahoningvalleysecondharvest.org. Arrangements being handled by Clemente Funeral Home in New Middletown and this obituary can be viewed and condolences sent at www.ClementeFuneralHomes.com. To to the family or in memory of Genevieve Rock, please

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Inell Fountain

Feb 07, 1936 - Feb 21, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Dear Family and Friends, an obituary for the beloved, Inell Fountain is not currently available, but we will be sure to share this with you upon the family's wishes or as soon as it becomes available to share with the community. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, you may call us at any time at (513)761-0082. Sincerely, The Team of Preston Charles Funeral Home To to the family or in memory of Inell Fountain, please

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Dantzler E. Lewis

Sep 25, 1935 - Feb 20, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Dear Family and Friends, an obituary for the beloved, Dantzler E. Lewis is not currently available, but we will be sure to share this with you upon the family's wishes or as soon as it becomes available to share with the community. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, you may call us at any time at (513)761-0082. Sincerely, The Team of Preston Charles Funeral Home To to the family or in memory of Dantzler E. Lewis, please

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James Henry McCray Sr.

Nov 07, 1951 - Feb 14, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Dear Family and Friends, An obituary for the beloved, James Henry McCray Sr. is not currently available, but we will be sure to share this with you upon the family's wishes or as soon as it becomes available to share with the community. Should you have any follow-up questions or concerns, you may call us at any time at (513)761-0082. Sincerely, The Team of Preston Charles Funeral Home To to the family or in memory of James Henry McCray Sr., please

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Devin Dupreé Chattams Sr.

Mar 22, 1978 - Feb 11, 2024

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Middletown, OH

Devin Dupreé Chattams Sr., age 45, gained his wings peacefully on February 11, 2024. He was born on March 22, 1978, in Dayton, OH to Annette Dunson and the late Kevin O’Kelly Chattams. He graduated from Dunbar High School in 1996. At the time of his passing, Devin worked as a dedicated machinist with Dysinger, Inc. He was passionate about his role as a father, being a devoted son, friend, and brother. Devin was preceded in death by his father, Kevin O’Kelly Chattams, maternal grandparents, King and Beatrice Dunson, paternal grandparents, Claude and Gladys Chattams and aunt, Carolyn Dunson. He leaves to cherish his memory and legacy: his loving mother, Annette Dunson; (2) sons, Devin Dupreé Chattams Jr., and Ja’Shon Walker; (1) grandson, Carlson Hairston; (2) aunts, Linda Hughes and Annette Phelps; (7) brothers, Kasey Chattams, Kevin Cross, Angelo Chattams of Chicago, IL., Antonio (Cassidy) Chattams of Chicago, IL., Roger (Tenile) Gomez, Angel Lopez, and Rico (Jalen) Chattams; Godmother, Mary Steverson; First cousins, Nikki Dunson, Shomari Smith, and Lu’Kata Smith; close friends, Katarie Walthall, Cordell Davis, James Ross, Iran Evans, Robert Blythe, Steven Wheeler, Julius Strayhorn, and BJ Peters; special friend, Staci Smith; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives. To to the family or in memory of Devin Dupree' Chattams, Sr., please

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