John Chrysochoos, who as a University of Toledo chemistry professor was respected for his teaching and research and who in retirement was a prolific author — with books of fiction, nonfiction, and autobiography — died Sunday in his West
Participants straggle down Adams St.
Retired Air Force general oversaw nuclear systems.
Putnam Co. farmer served community.
Engineer nationally ranked in table tennis.
Catholic priest discusses principles guiding stances.
Navy vet of WWII taught trainees as a city police captain.
Leonard E. “Dino” Brownson III, an Owens-Illinois executive with duties international and domestic who, in retirement, became an advocate for saving dogs and helping people as executive director of Assistance Dogs of America, died
Edward Louis Yosses, a career cost accountant at the Libbey-Owens-Ford Co. whose values continued to inspire his children, died Tuesday in Swan Creek Retirement Village, where he lived for eight years. He was 91. Mr. Yosses, of South Toledo, was in
Patrick J. McNulty, a retired detective captain who — following an uncle — moved to Toledo from County Mayo, Ireland, and joined the police force, died Sunday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, South Detroit Avenue. He was 91. He was in