High school principal was class act.
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.
Joan Armitage, who taught electronic organ lessons to hundreds of people in West Toledo and Sylvania area stores and who played the organ for crowds of holiday shoppers in Franklin Park Mall’s center court in the 1970s, died Saturday at
Permanent display at Imagination Station to open May 27.
George L. Robinson, who played in the top division of national checkers tournaments for decades — often as the oldest player in the contest — with a resolve that included riding a Greyhound bus to a competition in Georgia when he was 98
FREMONT — Richard B. “Dick” Walters, who installed and repaired boilers in schools, factories, and big downtown buildings across the region and whose antique trucks appeared in the 1990s movies The Shawshank Redemption and Hoffa,
Walter B. Achenbach, who was named general manager of Libbey Glass when it was a struggling firm that Owens-Illinois Inc. was considering selling and who retired about 17 years later after the addition of many new products and two more plants
400 women, girls turn out for Susan G. Komen fund-raiser.
HUDSON, Mich. — Bruce Goodson Coleman, Sr., a World War II veteran who was a leader in small facilities for the developmentally disabled and served on Hudson City Council, died March 31. He was 89 and had non-Hodgkin lymphoma and heart
WAYNE, Ohio — Janet L. Stoudinger, longtime mayor of the village of Wayne who for 30 years taught high-level math at Lakota High School, where she also coached girls sports, died Thursday in her home in the southeastern Wood County village.