Richard H. Buchholz, 86, a teacher and administrator who was the first director of the Toledo Public Schools’ Jefferson Center, a school hailed in the early 1970s as an innovative concept to prevent dropouts, died Sunday in LanePark of Oregon
For most of his police career, he worked as a street cop in West Toledo near Alexis Road.
Bearded street fighter parlayed internet popularity into career.
Bartley A. Brennan, an early Peace Corps member who retired as a professor of legal studies at Bowling Green State University and was still updating the textbooks he co-authored, died May 26.
Richard C. Hunt, a former Toledo deputy fire chief and the department’s oldest retiree who found success in his second career as a real estate appraiser, died May 26 in his Sylvania condominium. He was 99. “He was sitting in his chair,
Ali won tournament at Toledo Sports Arena in 1959.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — For too much of his singular American life, Muhammad Ali was essentially silent, the final irony for a kid out of Louisville who turned the culture on its head as The Lip, The Mouth, and, of course, The Greatest, if he did
Surrounded by friends, family in Phoenix area hospital.
Raymond Saba, a partner for decades in the family-owned Centre Supermarkets Inc., which grew into a chain of eight stores, died May 31 in his West Toledo home. He was 92. “His heart gave out,” his son, Bruce, said. Mr. Saba had
Donald M. Griffith, a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War who was wounded in the savage battle of the Chosin Reservoir and who survived 33 months as a prisoner of war, died Saturday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg Township. He was 88.