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Possible Tate charges weighed
A state board will vote today in Columbus whether to recommend administrative charges against a North Toledo funeral home director after bodies were removed from his business. The Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors is considering 12 potential violations for Robert Tate, Jr., of Tate Funeral Service on Lagrange Street. A majority of the five members is required to revoke the license of the funeral home and Mr. Tate. He then could appeal the immediate suspension through an administrative hearing.

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