Festival provides glimpses of residents with disabilities.
Neil G. Armbruster, a long-serving Monclova Township clerk and an estimator for a Toledo printing company, died Thursday at Otterbein Skilled Nursing and Rehab Neighborhood in Monclova Township. Mr. Armbruster, 89, had suffered from cancer, his son
More than 400 members of Chinese ’family’ get together.
Sauber will serve Perrysburg in a temporary capacity.
Harold C. Creswell, Jr., a Marine veteran who after his service in the Korean War joined Haughton Elevators as a sweeper and rose to the rank of vice president of manufacturing, died of cancer Friday at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg
Clara Rona, a Holocaust survivor who moved to Toledo in the late 1950s, taught music and art to preschool children, and later operated a cosmetology business, died Saturday at Swan Creek Retirement Village. Mrs. Rona, 95, had lived at West Park
Harry R. Gorajewski, a lifelong Toledoan who grew up on Indiana Avenue in the Polish neighborhood of Kuschwantz and became a pigeon handler for the Army’s Signal Pigeon Corps in Germany during World War II, died Saturday at Kingston Residence
Longtime Rossford restaurateur William “Bill” Smith, who for nearly five decades operated the Wayward Inn, a Chinese restaurant and sports bar, died Thursday at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg Township. Mr. Smith, 90, retired in
Frederick Arthur Young, a lifelong Toledoan who served as the city’s finance director in the 1960s and spent the rest of his career working as a financial and estate planner, died Wednesday at Regency Hospital in Sylvania. He was 88. The
James W. Hyland, Jr., of Maumee, a decorated World War II Army Air Corps veteran and German prisoner of war who had a successful career as a chemical engineer, died on Saturday at St. Luke’s Hospital in Maumee. He was 92. The cause of death