Horace Steward Jordan Jr., age 52, passed away on October 29, 2023. Horace leaves behind a son, Daniel Levi Jordan; his grandchildren, Charleigh Rose White, and Rhiley Meade Jordan; his siblings, Sharon Brito, Debra Jordan, Connie Jordan, Sandra Jordan, Brenda Jordan, Jimmy Jordan, Renee Groom, Bethany Haden, Bobby Jason Ward, and Patricia Ann Jordan; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Horace and Georgie (Nee Knowles); grandparents, Howard and Nora Jordan, Betty and Lonnie Knowles. Graveside Service, 2PM, Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at Riverside Cemetery, 3607 Pearl Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44109. After the interment family will receive friends at The Hill Pub, 3256 W. 73rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44102
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Eugenine Massaad, of Westlake, Ohio passed away on Thursday October 26, 2023 at the age of 100. Beloved wife of the late Bechara Massaad; Loving mother of Theresa Mondalek (Milad) both deceased, Sleiman (Karen), Nazih, Dalilah, and Louis (Barbara). Cherished grandmother of Camile, Roy, Vivian, Noel, Daniel, Michelle, Charles, Jessica, Daniel, Liza, Miriam, Sarah, Michael, Alexander, and Marcus. Graveside Service will be held on Monday, October 30, 2023 at 12:00 Noon at Sunset Memorial Park, 6265 Columbia Rd, N. Olmsted, OH
September 29 1972 - October 23 2023 Shane was born in Cleveland Ohio. Born to Linda June Gustafson and Father Billy (deceased). Shane leaves behind 4 children Corey, Ella ,Wesley and Lydia. Sister Bonny ,Brother Jim. Uncle to Ryan , Aaron and Seth. Nieces Amanda and Megan. Grandfather to Shane, Jayden and Kyler. Great nieces Arielle, Aaliyah, Kaylee, Rylee and Kinsley. Great nephews Aaron Jr, Vantino and Ryan Jr. Cousin to Cynthia. Shane was a “tinker” truly a jack of all trades. He loved to take things apart and put them back together his own way. But whatever he did he always knew how to make it work. Shane worked for several different tree companies for many years. Even though he was afraid of heights he loved going up in the crane and reaching for the sky and surpassing his fears. Shane cherished his family and friends. He was never unavailable for anybody. Though he will be missed he will never be forgotten. Loving you always forgetting you never. To honor Shane’s memory, We are holding a Celebration of his life. November 4th at Olmsted Community Center between 1-4. 8170 Mapleway dr Olmsted falls Ohio 44138.
On October 24, 2023, Marjorie Aish has passed away to be with her beloved husband Melvin. Mother of Tim Aish (Erma), Linda Stasko (Tom) and Susan Hagan (Greg). Grandmother of Nathan Aish (Anna), Avery Aish Costellano (Jerry), Kristy School (Chris), Geoffrey Hagan (Miranda) and Keith Hagan (Renee). Great grandma to 9. Services provided by Malloy - Esposito for immediate family.
June Irene Pierce, of Cleveland, Ohio, passed peacefully on August 11, 2023, at home surrounded by family. Born on August 17, 1939 in Columbus, Ohio, daughter of John S. and Dorothy (Merifield) Johnson. June was a longtime resident of Cleveland and was retired from the Washington International Group. She was an avid baker known by many for her beautifully decorated cookies and delicious desserts. June was preceded in death by her parents and sister Ruth J. Kozman. She is survived by her brother John S. (Mary) Johnson Jr. of Columbus, sister Jeanne Cooper Kovach of Columbus, step-daughter Dawn Sandwich (Ed) of Perrysburg, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, cousins, step-grandchildren, step-great grandchildren, and many dear friends and neighbors. June had a great faith in God. She was dedicated to and loved all her family and friends. June will be deeply missed by all who knew her. A special thank you to Jim and Kim Bryant, Becky and Mark Sedlak, Patricia Isbell, Annette Johnson, John and Karen Wagner, Pat Koehler, George Smith and Mike Jackman for the many years of friendship, love, support and care. A Celebration of June’s Life will be held at a future date. Memorials can be ...Read More
On Thursday October 5th, 2023, Crystal Graley passed away in the loving arms of her husband Phillip. She is survived by her father Dennis Tippie, sister Kelly Vrooman, and nephew Logan Hendrocks. She is also survived by father-and-mother-in-law David and Mary Graley, sisters-in-law Alicia Graley and Adrienne Rozar (Jalen Rozar). Nieces Hannah and Eliana and nephew Dominic. She is preceded in death by her beautiful daughter Cora Ann Flemming (18), and her mother Colleen Tippie, and beloved dogs Skyler and Baxter. Crystal was an amazing person with a kind heart and a beautiful soul. Her passion in life was caring for all animals big and small. If there was an animal in need she was always there to help. She would bring home stray and injured animals and do her best to bring them back to health. She would never give up on them even if she knew they were beyond saving. She also had a passion for gardening. In her final spring she started all her vegetables from seeds. She constructed a greenhouse for her plants, and she was able to watch them grow. A few weeks after planting the vegetables she was diagnosed with cancer. She did her ...Read More
Scott (Skip) A. Englander, a lifelong Clevelander, and die-hard Browns fan known for shouting “catch the ball!” has passed away at sixty-eight years old on October 7, 2023 due to cancer. He passed peacefully in his home, cared for by his children and daughter-in-law. Skip attended and played football for Brush High School and Ohio Wesleyan University. He was a high school football coach at his Alma Mater, and he worked alongside his father, a WWII Veteran in the 101st Airborne, David Englander, to run their family business, Englander Hardwood Lumber. In retirement, he drove students at Case Western Reserve University who were injured and needed help getting to and from their classes. He was a family man, and his greatest pride was in raising his three children. He poured all of his love for athletics, coaching, and storytelling into his kids, and they benefited greatly from his humor, support, and encouragement. He taught his children to believe in themselves, to stand up for what they believe in, and that not just Sunday but everyday is for watching football. Many may remember him for being headstrong— ranging from his steadfast commitment to his principles, to his refusal to eat more ...Read More
Margaret (Marge) Mich (93) died quietly at her home on September 18 2023. She was preceded in death by her husband Stanley S. and son Michael (S) and her parents Louis and Mary Deyak as well as her siblings, Louis (Rhoda) Deyak, William Deyak, Mary (Stanley) Pechaver, Amelia (Robert) Liptak, Edward (Patricia) Deyak, Elizabeth (Andrew) Randorf, and Veronica (James) Zupancich. Margaret is survived by her sister Helen (Frank) Koschak and fifteen nieces and nephews and who mourn her loss. Marge was born in Ely, MN and moved to Cleveland with two sisters. Here she married, raised a son and lived the remainder of her life. She enjoyed visiting her family in Northern MN and joining family gatherings at their lake cabins. She relied on the kindness of friendly neighbors and her nephews that assisted her and looked out for her. She was loved and will be missed by many.
Yvonne M. Dagy, age 71, of North Olmsted, Ohio, passed away on Friday, October 6, 2023. Beloved wife of Tod for 50 years. Loving mother of Jennifer, and Donald. Dear sister of Michael Ball, Phillip Ball, Douglas Bergman, and Frederick Bergman. Cherished grandmother of her 2 fur babies. She was an avid reader and enjoyed working in her flower gardens. All Services Private
Danny Ray Ferry, age 68, Born March 31, 1955 passed away peacefully on October 3, 2023. He is survived by his loving wife Barbara (nee Hines), a loving daughter Kelly Gonzalez (Thomas) and cherished grandchildren Thomas Gonzalez, Avery Gonzalez and great-grandson Tucker. Dear sister Karen Grubb (Kent), Cora Woodworth (Keith). Predeceased by brother Elmer Ferry, and his parents Elmer L. and Annette Irene Ferry. Danny was a loving husband, father grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend to many.