Norman "Casey" Rozell


Norman "Casey" Rozell was born in San Diego, California, to Isaac and Mary (Johnson) Rozell and grew up in Troy, Ohio.  He graduated from Troy High School where he played baseball and was captain of the basketball and football teams and also served as Senior Class President.  He served in the U.S. Army and then attended and graduated from Ohio University and received his Master's Degree in Education Administration from Kent State University.  In 1952 he married Nancy Smith and they moved to the Cleveland area.  He began his teaching career in the Mayfield City School District at Oakville School and was named Principal at Millridge Elementary School when it opened in 1961 and remained there until he retired in 1984.  After retirement he volunteered as a reader at the Cleveland Sight Center.  He and his wife enjoyed traveling throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. 

Casey is preceded in death by his wife Nancy, parents and younger brothers Ronald and Thomas Rozell.

He is survived by his four children, Rebecca (Timothy) Reinhard, Richard Rozell, Robert (Rita) Rozell and David Rozell.  He was a loving grandfather of Scott, Michael, Amy, Cory, Lauren, and step-grandchildren John, Candice, Holly, great-grandchildren Cooper, Emilia, and step great-grandchildren Justin, Zowie, Alyssa, Koreena, Chloe and Leilani.  Casey passed away peacefully with family by his side on Friday, February 8, 2019. 

A private celebration of Casey's life will be held with family at a later date.

Sandra "Sandy" M. McCarl


Sandra “Sandy” M. McCarl , 74passed away peacefully with her family by her side, Saturday February 9th 2019 at Tri Point hospital in Concord Ohio. She was born January 15, 1945.

Sandy was a graduate of Titusville High School Class of 1962 and later earned an associates degree in business. She started her career as a news reporter at the Titusville herald, from there she was a lab technician for many years at Titusville area hospital, and then started at Walmart in 1998 which she retired from. She enjoyed traveling on bus trips, going to the casinos and was a huge dog lover and especially loved spending time with her family.

She is preceded in death by her parents Lucile and Robert W Mitchell.

Sandy is survived by her longtime companion Gary Schwingle of Jackson Wisconsin, Her three children, son Todd Peterson Sr. (Stacie) of
Ripley Ny. ,daughter Jeri Butler(Norm) of Mentor Ohio and son Ryan McCarl (Jessica) of Titusville Pa.
12 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.

A private memorial will be held at a later date

Condolences can be sent to the family.
5463 Heather Hill Dr. Mentor Ohio 44060

Edward J. Floyd DPM


It breaks our hearts to inform you that Edward J Floyd DPM, 68 of Waite Hill, passed on February 6, 2019, but not with out a valiant fight. Ed was preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Lois Floyd, nephew, Nicolas Iorio and father in-law Thomas Phillips. He is survived by his beloved wife Susan, Son Byron (Amy) Floyd, Daughter Ashley (Eric Olson) Floyd, Grandchildren Byron Edward Floyd and Brennen Mansell, Siblings Kay (Charles) Gifford, Jeane Swemba, Susan (Timothy) Iorio, Michael Floyd, Laura (David) Rahanian, Amy (Rob Brown) Goins, Lisa Armstrong, Patrick (Clare) Floyd and Cindy (Charles) Skeens, Aunt Mary Corese Floyd, S.N.D., mother-in-law Patricia Phillips, and sister-in-law Diana (Harry Gianakis) Phillips. 

His soul is now in the company of those we have lost before him. He peacefully went surrounded by his beloved family. Ed has touched the lives of so many, from Toledo St Johns High School ‘69 to John Carroll University ‘73, In his private practice as a Board Certified Podiatric Surgeon, and on the softball fields as a player, coach, and backer. Ed is also a member of the Toledo St. John’s Hall of Fame, John Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame, as well as The Greater Cleveland Slo-Pitch Softball Hall of Fame. He truly was a titan among men. His passion was contagious and his motivation was helping others. Ed fiercely loved his family. He had a knack for making you feel like the most important person in the room, and to him, you were. He will be sorely missed. Thank you to all who knew him, as you all know, he loved everyone. 

Dr. Edward J Floyd Celebration of Life

Friday March 22 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Landerhaven Event Center

6111 Landerhaven Dr. Cleveland, OH

Please come and celebrate our father, friend, teammate, mentor, teacher, colleague, coach, and doctor. If you knew Ed in any way, we hope to see you there! Let’s make this a night to remember! 

All who knew him are welcome. 

Kay Elizabeth Hoggett (nee Poore)

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Kay Elizabeth Hoggett (nee Poore) 78 of Richmond Hts. passed away Friday, February 1, 2019 following a long illness. 

She was born in North Kingsville, OH on September 6, 1940.  She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Western Reserve  and a member of the Girl Scouts.  She is survived by her children Rebecca (Steve) Bukvic, Elizabeth Rea, David Hoggett, Dana Aveni and Edward Hoggett,  grandchildren Andrew, Alicia, Thomas,Timothy, Kay, Naomi, Lillian, Ethan, Katherine, Jacob, Rachel, Adam and Jenna, great grandchildren Anthony and Ave.  Nephews Alfred Clay Suttles and Ronnie Edward Suttles and niece Sarah Anne Suttles.

Kay was preceded in death by her husband Doyle, her parents Frederick and Matie Poore (nee
Devit), sister Jacqueline Basham, brother Edward Poore and grandson Kenneth. 

Burial services will be held at a later date.
Donations may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44110.

Sharon “Sherri” Brown

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Sharon (Sherri) Rose (Cerovski) Brown, 56, was born on November 28, 1962 to George Cerovski and Stella (Mandich) Cerovski in Cleveland, Ohio and passed away peacefully on January 31, 2019 in Fairport Harbor at her daughters home surrounded by family and friends.

Sharon was a member of the Chesterland Seventh Day Adventist Community Church since as far back as her daughter can remember.

She attended Mount Vernon Academy where she would make lasting friendships and meet some of her favorite people.

She joined the Army where she trained and became a radio operator and became a sharp-shooter.
She went to Andrews University where she started taking nursing classes and making friends that would help her in good times and bad. Who continued to stay in touch in her last days.

She continued her studies at Southwestern Michigan College, but was unable to finish due to family circumstances. It was always a dream of hers to finish college. So many years later, after her children had grown, she returned to school at Chattanooga college. During this time despite having multiple delays and having to overcome hospitalizations, getting cancer, having multiple surgeries, going back on dialysis and other adversities she earned her degree. Graduating with the honor of Summa Cum Laude she became a certified medical assistant.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents George Cerovski and Stella (Mandich) Cerovski.

Sharon is survived by her 5 siblings George Cerovski, Deborah (Jim) Kikel, Daniel Cerovski, Angela (Andy) Compton and Samuel (Sarah) Cerovski. Her 2 children, Michael Brown and Shawna (Brown) Layne spouse of Matthew Layne, 3 grandchildren David, AnnMarie and Emma Layne. 8 nieces & nephews, Tracy (Andy) Hawthorn, Dane Cerovski, Gabrielle (Matthew) Shirzadian, Christian Cerovski, Jack Cerovski, Dillon Compton, Olivia Cerovski and Chloe Compton and 2 great niece Maddie and Ava.

Visitation is on Monday February 4, 2019 from 11am-12pm. Service to follow visitation at noon at the
Chesterland Seventh Day Adventist Community Church, 7480 Mayfield Road, Chesterland, Ohio 44026.

Fellowship and potluck Reception to follow service.

Please wear Sherri’s favorite color purple in loving remembrance.

Irmgard Hanna Matzen


 Memorial services for Irmgard Matzen, 98, of Wickliffe, will be at 2 PM on Sunday, February 10th, at Advent Lutheran Church, 7985 Munson Road, Mentor, OH 44060. Irmgard passed away Monday, January 28, 2019 after suffering a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s.

 She was born Irmgard Hanna Maslowski, December 9, 1920 in Berlin. Her father died from Tuberculosis when she was one year old. Her mother remarried and after a few years had a son named Heinz. Irmgard was very close with her brother. In her teenage years she apprenticed in retail and shop keeping. She lived through World War II with some years spent in Austria. Irmgard would go on to study physical education and became a teacher. Her only brother died in Russia during the war. Irmgard fled Berlin at the wars end and became a refugee in Hamburg.

 While living in Hamburg, she met her soul mate, Julius Christian Matzen, who hailed from the island of Föhr in the North Sea. Irmgard loved her husband’s Insel Föhr and would visit the family farm many times over the years. She had a daughter, Elke, and son, Juergen, before immigrating to New York City.

 After a few years, they would eventually settle in Stamford, Connecticut where they would have three more sons; Oluf, Robert, and Rolf. The years in Connecticut were wonderful with many friendships and memories made during their time there.

 In the early 1970’s, the family would make one last move to Wickliffe, Ohio. She loved her new life there along with the home, friends and neighbors.  She kept in touch with family and old friends by countless lengthy letters.

 With many grand and great-grandchildren she became affectionately known as “Omi”.

 Irmgard was an avid homemaker who enjoyed many domestic activities including cooking and baking her favorite German dishes for the family.  Her and Julius enjoyed puzzling, tending their garden, and playing cards with family and friends. Irmgard was an avid swimmer and loved going to the beach. She regularly swam at the YMCA.

 In Julius’s early retirement years she traveled many times to visit family and friends. During this time, Irmgard decided to write her life story, which all-family members received a copy of. As the years went by, her mind started slipping, which brought a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, making that life story all the more precious. Throughout the course of this terrible disease Irmgard kept a happy and pleasant demeanor.  Irmgard and Julius were together to share their 60th wedding anniversary. She lived her remaining years with her son Oluf and his wife Joyce, who was her primary caregiver.  Their dog Buster was a constant companion for her.

 Survivors are daughter, Elke (Jose); sons, Juergen (Dolores), Oluf (Joyce), Robert, and Rolf; grandchildren, Spring, Simone (Javier), Dorian (Christine), Jules, Steve, Christina, Justin, Chelsea, and Dan (Elizabeth); great-grandchildren, Nikko, Kylina (Tobias), Taytum, Adriana, Gabriel, Joseph and Rowan; Sister-in-law, Gina; and nieces and nephew.

 She was proceeded in death by her husband Julius Matzen; parents Berta and Paul Maslowski; and brother Heinz Bleinart.

Brenda Sue Halcomb


Brenda Sue Halcomb was born November 5, 1952 in Carcassonne, Kentucky.  Brenda is the daughter of the late Thomas and Lorene Halcomb.  Brenda departed this life on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 being 66 years, 2 months, and 24 days old.

Brenda was proceeded in death by one sister, Donna Halcomb.

She is survived by one daughter, Katrina (Tina) Lynn Combs and husband, Bradley Combs of Geneva, Ohio; (2) grandsons, Dallas Combs (Julie) of Geneva, Ohio and Austin Combs of Geneva, Ohio; (4) sisters, Sharon Mason (Pat) of Tallassee, Alabama, Ella Wright (Steve) of Pratville, Alabama, Lynn Wright of Tallassee, Alabama, and Rosetta Sturgill (Steve) of Tiffin, Ohio.  A best friend, Stanley Musial of Madison, Ohio, and her caregiver, Chris Lucas, many nieces and nephews and many, many, friends.

Brenda loved her family, making arts and crafts and sewing.  She loved her little dog "Bear" who was with her till the end.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date.


Norma B. Kangas

Norma B. Kangas, 89, of Chardon, passed away Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

She was born November 7, 1929 in Painesville, Ohio.

Norma is survived by her husband of 66 years, Carl E. Kangas; children, Jeffrey (Adeline), Carlene, and Beth (Randy); 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; sister, Lillian "Dolly."

At her request there will be no service.

Margaret Louise Pace

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Margaret Louise Pace, 88, of Mentor, Ohio passed away on January 19, 2019. She was born in Omaha, Nebraska on December 29, 1930 to Frank C. and Lottie (Stodolny) Swanson. Margaret married Richard W. Pace on August 27, 1949 in Sioux City, Iowa. When Richard took a new teaching position in 1961, they moved to Chardon, Ohio and resided there for 32 years. In1993, Margaret and her husband, Richard, moved to Mentor, Ohio.

 Margaret was the mother of seven children: Frank (Joyce) Pace of Akron, Kathleen (Victor) Germano of Concord Township, Becky (Doyle) Foltz of Kirtland, Nancy Trask of Mentor, Timothy (Angela) Pace of Copley, Mary Margaret Weigle of Nashville, TN and Sarah (Tyrome) Ferguson of Nashville, TN. She was the grandmother of 19 and a great grandmother of 15.

Margaret was a stay-at-home mom until the early 70s when she starting working at Geauga Hospital. She was a former president of the NE Ohio Medical Records Association in 1985 and president of the Ohio Medical Record Association from 1988-1989. She retired from Geauga Hospital as the Director of Medical Records in 1994. Margaret was an active member of Saint Mary of the Assumption Church in Mentor. She loved reading, sewing, traveling and was an avid card player. She enjoyed playing bridge for 65 years.

The last four years of Margaret’s life were spent as a resident of Kirtland Rehabilitation & Care facility in Kirtland, Ohio. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband, Richard W. Pace, grandsons Daniel J. Foltz and Nathan A. Trask and brother, Walter C. Swanson of Cary, North Carolina.

Margaret Pace was a loving wife and mother. She was respected and loved in all aspects of her life. She will be missed by her family and many friends.

Calling hours will be at McMahon-Coyne-Vitantonio Funeral Home, 6330 Center St. (Rt 615) in Mentor, Ohio, on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 3 to 7 PM . The funeral will be held at St. Mary of the Assumption Church on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 10 AM


Cheryl Ann Fitz (nee Teresi)


Cheryl Ann Fitz (nee Teresi) of Wickliffe, Ohio, passed away peacefully on January 19, 2018 after being diagnosed 4 months earlier with cancer. Born July 16,1945, Cheryl was the loving mother of David (Marni) Fitz and Michelle (Ron) Muttillo; loving Grandmother of Christopher (Michelle), Brandon, Nicholas, David, Noah, Caden, Corrine, Lianne, and Jake; loving Great-Grandmother of Jonathon, Lincoln, and Athena; and loving sibling of Marilyn (Bob) Mantifel, dearest Aunt of Joe (Jennifer) Nagy, and Jason Nagy. Cheryl was a graduate of Wickliffe High School class of 1963. She thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Family will receive friends at Painesville Assembly of God Church, 10949 Johnnycake Ridge Rd., on Monday, January 28 at 10-11 am. A service to honor Cheryl will immediately follow in the sanctuary.

Joy A. Lundblad


Eastlake resident, Joy Angelberger Lundblad, age 96, joined her loving husband "Jimmy" in heaven on January 5, 2019 after a brief illness.

She was born Dec. 19, 1922 in Cleveland, Ohio.  After high school, she worked at Picker Xray where she met her future husband Jim.  She and Jim joined the Armed Services during WWII, where she served in the Navy and he in the Army.  Before her husband left to fight overseas in Europe, they were married in Texarkana, TX.  Joy was stationed in Washington DC where she worked in decoding.  In her spare time while there, she took flight training in a Piper Cub and received her pilot's license.  Joy was a proud active Veteran throughout her life.

After the war, Joy and her husband built a home in Mentor where they raised four children.  She later worked for Mentor Schools, taught Sunday School at Mentor Methodist Church and was a Girl & Boy Scout Leader.  Nearing retirement, Joy and Jimmy purchased and operated a family resort called "Little Sweden" on Lake Vermilion in Cook, MN.  They enjoyed many years up North before returning to Northeast, Ohio.

She was preceded in death by many relatives including her husband Jimmy and her grandson Brandon L. Williams, her sister Dorothy Montgomery and brother Ralph Angelberger.  She is survived by her four children:  Dale (Nan), Janice (David) Williams, Joy Karin and Charlie; three Grandchildren David (Lauren) Williams, Ashley (Jon) Bishop and Charlie Paul Lundblad; her Great-Grandchildren Emilia Williams and Graeme Bishop; along with nieces, nephews and dear friends.

Her whole life was active, adventurous and fiercely independent.  She was a wonderful mother and role model with her big smile and friendly personality.  She especially loved her road trips to Minnesota, going out to eat and flying with her daughter Joy.  She also proudly attended the Honor Flight Program last year in Washington DC to honor all Veterans in what she described as one of the most memorable days of her life.

A family Memorial Service will be held at a later date on Lake Vermilion in Cook, MN and Joy would have liked for any memorial contributions to be made to the Honor Flight Cleveland, c/o Joe Bennett at

Edward J. Arhar

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Edward James Arhar, 93, passed away peacefully on January 14th, 2019. He was a devout Catholic, and loving husband, father, and grandfather. Edward had a zest for life and a laugh that was contagious to all.

Edward was a Navy veteran, and a machinist by trade at National Acme in Cleveland. He was a 3rd degree member of the Knights of Columbus, President of the Southern Club, and worked as an usher at his church when they lived in Florida for 28 years. Ed loved dancing and Polka music, and staying busy with home improvement projects and working on cars. He looked forward to yearly vacations with his family, was an avid Cleveland sports fan, and loved gardening (especially his tomatoes!).

Survivors include his wife Rosalie of 70 years (recently celebrated on January 8th); son, Joseph Arhar and daughter, Sharon (Steven) Dorrell-Ours; grandchildren, Jill (Ross) Jackson, Emily Dorrell, and Katie Ours (Colin Barrett); and great-grandchildren, Connor and Paige Jackson.

In addition to his parents, Edward is preceded in death by his siblings, Andy, Joseph, Frank, Tony, Ernest, and Julia; and grandson, Christopher.

Respects may be made to the family on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 9:00 am at St. John Vianney Church, 7575 Bellflower Road, Mentor, Ohio. A catholic mass will follow at 10:00.

For Edwards love of children please make any donations to St Jude Children’s Hospital.



Dennis P. Downey

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Dennis P. Downey, 76, of Mentor-on-the-Lake, passed away Friday, January 11, 2019.

He was born May 5, 1942 in Braddock, PA, the son of the late Anthony P. and Amelia (Maskornick) Downey.  In 1959 he graduated from Braddock High School and entered into the US Air Force where he served 2 terms in Vietnam as a Staff Sergeant before being honorably discharged in 1968.  During his military service, he photographed many former presidents and dignitaries including President Eisenhower's last official portrait.   

Dennis worked as an aerial photographer for Aerocon from 1973 until his retirement in 2004.   He was a very proud gardener and was well known in the neighborhood for holding a never-ending garage sale.

Dennis is survived by his wife of 53 years, Christine (Carson) Downey; daughter Tammy (Rick Gillenwater); grandson, Matt (Kelli)

He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Jean Ann Downey.

The family requests that, in place of flowers, memorials be made to Pets for Vets, a non-profit that provides animal companions for veterans or to the American Heart Association.

The family will be holding a Celebration of Life on January 27, 2019.  Please contact the family for further information.

Daniel A. Newnes


September 5, 1979 - January 4, 2019

Beloved son of Deborah and Duane Newnes, brother of Rachel DiBiasio (Emilio), Kaiser Newnes and Eric Newnes. Beloved partner to fiancee Rachel Talty and beloved uncle to Cody, Emilia, Annabella, Braylon, Kyla, Leighton. Daniel was a fun loving person who enjoyed life and respected others. He brought joy into the hearts of many with his care free attitude and engaging smile. He will be missed dearly. Her also loved his loyal dogs Winslow and Sage. Daniel was an avid sports fan who followed the Cleveland Browns and the Florida Gators. He graduated from North High School. He also graduated from The School of Culinary Arts in Pittsburgh, PA. and worked as a chef at various restaurants in Lake and Cuyahoga counties.

Go with God our dear Daniel !

Family will receive friends at the Lake County YMCA Outdoor Center Lodge/Hearth Room, 4540 River Rd. in Perry on Thursday, January 10, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The family requests donations be made to the Primary Purpose Center, 3222 North Ridge Rd. in Elyria, Ohio.

Joseph Adams

Joseph Adams, 82, died in Painesville, Ohio on December 17, 2018. 

He was born February 20, 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio to Joseph and Elizabeth Adams. 

He was a beloved member of the Christian Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses since his baptism on June 22, 1952 in Burton, Ohio, and served for 18 years as a full-time minister. His greatest joy was that his entire family are faithful servants of Jehovah. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend, who will be greatly missed. 

Joseph was predeceased in death by his parents, Joseph and Elizabeth Adams. 

He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Cyenda; three daughters, Rebekah (Ron) Reichard, Julie (Andy) Wilson, and Rachel (Randy) McIntosh; three grandsons, Mitchell McIntosh, Ethan McIntosh, and Baruch Wilson; one sister, Shirley (Dave) Hillard; nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 7320 Middle Ridge Road, Madison, Ohio. 

A reception will follow to visit with family and friends. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., Attn: Accounting, 900 Red Mills Road, Walkhill, NY 12589-5200.

Donald G. Sopko

June 3, 1933 - December 16, 2018

Donald G. Sopko beloved husband of Flaviana (nee A); father of Paul (Maribeth), Dawna Hurst (Matt), and Douglas (Shelly); grandfather of Rob (Emily), Rachael, Matthew, Nicole, Ethan, Brayden, Cody, and Sofia; great grandfather of Carter; brother, uncle, cousin, and friend of many; Donald retired from the Maple Hts. School district and was a member of the Dahlia Society. He loved dogs and was a trainer for many years. 

Services will be held on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Zion Lutheran Church 5780 Dunham Rd. Maple Hts., OH 44137. Burial will take place after the service.

Kevin J. Ruic


April 15, 1943 - December 13, 2018

Kevin J. Ruic Beloved husband of Cynthia (Kilburg); father of Scott (Kathleen), Susan Hall (Bill), Christine Anderson (Ken), Brandon Trowbridge, Lissa O’Neil, and Lauren Hofmann; grandfather of Heather, Nicholas, Jacob, Noel, Hunter, Christopher, Kylah, Kaylen, Chloe, Dan, and Thomas; brother of Paul, Owen, Brian, Mark, and Bruce (deceased); longtime friend of Bill Bader; uncle, friend and brother in law of many. 

A Celebration of life will be held Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Rockport United Methodist Church 3301 Wooster Road Rocky River, OH 44116. A reception will follow. 

Frank Antonacci

Frank Antonacci, died in Perry, Ohio on December 11, 2018.  He was born on April 15, 1925 in Cleveland, Ohio and spent his entire adult life in Lake County. “Uncle Frankie” was a beloved member of the Antonacci clan and enjoyed fishing, yard work and riding his bicycle.

 He was preceded in death by his father, Guiseppe Antonacci, mother; Filomena (nee Cirino) Antonacci; bothers, Domenic M., Anthony Nicholas, and Carl; sisters, Mary Jane Meracky, Lucia Hecker, Louise Cugel and Josephine Tinker.

 He is survived by his brother Nicholas, and 15 nieces and nephews. A private celebration of life will be held by the family at a later date.

Bud C. Wolfe


August 7, 1933 - December 5, 2018

Bud Charles Wolfe, 85, of Painesville, OH, passed away Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at TriPoint Medical Center in Painesville. He was born August 7, 1933 in Painesville to David and Viola Wolfe. Bud was a proud retiree from Mentor Schools where he served as a custodian for 18 years and was a former employee of The Diamond Shamrock Corp. Bud was a long-time member of the Painesville VFW. Bud was a proud resident and historian of the city of Painesville, Ohio. He also loved watching the Cleveland Indians.He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Dorothy (Ketola/Chinchar), step daughter-in-law Vikki Chinchar of Mentor, Ohio, Step son Richard Chinchar (Cindy) of Mauldin, South Carolina, Step daughter Roberta Hoback (Barry) of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania and Step son Ronald Chinchar of Westlake, Ohio. Also countless step grand, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He is also survived by a sister Berniece Smith (Hugh) of Painesville, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Doris (Wolfe) Vaughn and Step son, Robert Chinchar. 

In lieu of flowers donations to the family would be greatly appreciated.

Per Bud’s request no services will be held.