Psychology professor was sleep researcher.
Bankruptcy lawyer became federal trustee.
Mercy Health Tiffin leader was Sisters’ Council chief
School psychologist wrote about breast cancer battle
Bluffton professor committed to peacemaking.
69-year-old’s syndicated column ran in hundreds of black-owned publications around nation.
Charles G. Beaver, who was senior-most Toledo firefighter at his retirement and taught others the life-saving techniques he’d employed while on duty, died Friday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, South Detroit Avenue. He was 74. He had congestive
Mary Jane Sulzer, a volunteer during World War II who as a young widow with a daughter returned to the workforce at The Blade and became assistant to the treasurer, died Friday in Genesis HealthCare Point Place Center. She was 93. She had dementia,
Robert L. Ouellette, who brought his interest in peace and justice to families and individuals as a social worker and leader of an agency that offers counseling and shelter services, died Aug. 10 in ProMedica Flower Hospital, Sylvania. He was 80.
University of Toledo leader started multifaith council.