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Published: 4/11/2005

Today's log

Births

Toledo Hospital

Evangeline and Gabriel Lopez, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Kasee and Bradley Feit, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Jody and Shane Hollenbaugh, Liberty Center, girl, Saturday.

Yessica and Jose Briones, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Cara and Mark Stamm, Waterville, girl, Saturday.

Jodi and George Bursztynski, Lambertville, girl, Saturday.

Ashlee and Joseph Assenmacher, Toledo, girl, Sunday.

Bay Park Community Hospital

Christina Briggs, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

St. Luke's Hospital

Sonyia Caldwell-Pope and Charles Pope, Maumee, boy, Sunday.

St. Anne Mercy Hospital

Anne and Mark Ozimek, Perrysburg, boy, Friday.

Jeni Corbin, Perrysburg, girl, Wednesday.

Stacy and Scott Mitchell, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Dana and Robert Kirk, Berkey, boy, Friday.

Flower Hospital

Teresa and Tim Winterstein, Toledo, boy, Thursday.

Marissa Matriciano, Toledo, boy, Wednesday.

Rosilea and Wayne Cooknell, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Tracey and Clint Langwell, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Mindy and Chris Noe, Sylvania, boy, Friday.

St. Charles Mercy Hospital

Lanette and Kevin Butler, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Michelle Dotson, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Misty Hutchinson, Oregon, girl, Thursday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

LaToya Hyde, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Lake ships

Due today

CSX dock

Captain H. Jackman from Detroit, load coal.

Torco dock

Nanticoke from Seven Isles, Quebec, discharge iron ore.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations:

McDonald's, 5810 West Alexis, inspected March 4. Critical violations: Remove coffee containers and fish sandwich containers from floor. All food contact items must be stored at least 6 inches off the floor. Noncritical violations: 4. Inspector: Yvonne Lahey.

Sylvania Diner, 5623 West Alexis, inspected March 4. Critical violation: Swiss cheese, cheddar cheese, should be held at 41 degrees or less and hot should be held 135 degrees or higher. Noncritical violations: 4. Inspector: Lahey.

Boston Market, 5812 Alexis, Sylvania, inspected March 4. Critical violation: Front display cooler that holds salads needs to be held at 41 degrees or less. All food discarded; do not use cooler until food can be held at 41 degrees or less. Noncritical violations: 12. Inspector: Lahey.

Meats and More, 5500 Heatherdowns, Inspected March 4. Critical violation: Ingredient label needed for Mexican dip. Noncritical violations: 1. Inspector: Lahey.

Brough's Inc., doing business as Bennett Express, 5013 Bennett, inspected March 7. Critical violations: Deli meats and sandwiches must be date-marked on the day that the manufacturer's packaging is opened. Hose is attached to mop sink faucet at inspection. A back flow prevention device must be installed so that there is no chance of back flow into the water supply. This is a repeat violation. Noncritical violations: 5. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Cottage Inn Pizza, 3165 Navarre, inspected March 7. Critical violation: Keep all potentially hazardous food in refrigerator at 41 degrees or less to prevent bacteria growth. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Julie Nye.

Showcase Cinemas, Maumee, 1360 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 7. Critical violation: All potentially hazardous food in cold holding must maintain 41 degrees or less. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Kevin Halligan.

Subway #25598, 4224 Airport, inspected March 8. Critical violation: All potentially hazardous foods shall be maintained at 41 degrees or below for cold holding and at 135 degrees or above for hot holding to limit the growth of bacteria. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Cynthia Garcia.

Saigon Bistro, 4102 Airport, inspected March 8. Critical violations: Observed eggs on shelf above container of noodles; in the prep cooler eggs could break and contaminate food stored. Stored raw eggs on lowest shelf below all other foods to prevent cross contamination. Observed container of shrimp not covered in prep cooler; store food in covered container or plastic wrappings to prevent contamination. Noncritical violations: 5. Inspector: Garcia.

Daffy's Thirsty Duck, 5134 Lewis, inspected March 8. Critical violations: To prevent cross contamination, raw hamburger must be stored below cooked or ready to eat foods like hot dogs, cheese, and lettuce. All refrigerated, ready to eat, or potentially hazardous foods must be date marked. Food are good for 7 days at 41 degrees or less. Noncritical violations: 7. Inspector: Sattler.

Waffle House, #1577. 2454 Reynolds, inspected March 8. Critical violation: Proper hot holding temperatures of 135 degrees or higher. Reheating must be done on the grill and others placed in hot holding wells. Noncritical violation: 1. Inspector: Halligan.

Sunbridge for West Toledo, 2051 Collingwood, inspected March 8. Critical violations: Vegetable lasagna at 128 to 146 degrees, product should be held at 135 degrees or greater to inhibit the growth of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness. Product put in the steamer to reheat to 165 degrees. Setup holding for this product to maintain 135 degrees or greater. Noncritical violations: 4. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Charlie's, 5228 Monroe, inspected March 8. Critical violation: Cheese and hash browns out at room temperature, all potentially hazardous food must be held at 41 degrees or less; items discarded. Noncritical violations: 2. Inspector: Lahey.

Sterling Stores, LLC, 6775 Dorr, inspected March 8. Critical violations: Facility could not produce sanitizer at time of inspection. Must maintain a supply of sanitizer at all times of operation. Bleach was available on retail shelf, quaternary ammonia was not present. Test strips on hand are for quaternary ammonia. Facility could not produce the drain stoppers for the three-compartment sink at time of inspection. Must provide drain stoppers. Observed chili, cheese, salsa, and hot dogs held without date marking. Observed cream cheese requiring refrigeration held at room temperature; label on package and box clearly states to keep refrigerated. Discarded 17 packets of cream cheese. Facility must have a knowledgeable person in charge at all times of operation. Noncritical violations: 9. Inspector: Jackie Kistler.

Monroe Shell, #511, 4581 Monroe, inspected March 8. Critical violations: Potentially hazardous foods are to be maintained at 41 degrees or less or 135 degrees and above. Adjust temperature on grill to maintain potentially hazardous food at 135 degrees or above. Do not block hand sink in back room. Hand sink is to remain accessible for hand washing at all times. Noncritical violation: 1. Inspector: Bruce Heiser.

Marco's Pizza, 3678 Rugby, inspected March 8. Critical violations: No sanitizer found in active three-compartment sink dish washing setup. Chlorine test strips needed to check sanitizer concentration. Inspector: Brady.

7-Eleven Food Store, 1101 Western, inspected March 9. Critical violation: Employee not wearing hair restraint when serving a hot dog to customer. Employees must wear hair restraints to protect food from contamination. Noncritical violations: 5. Inspector: Garcia.

Interstate Brand Corp., 1210 North Byrne, inspected March 9. Critical violation: Raw eggs next to milk in the cooler. Store raw eggs separate and below ready to eat foods to prevent a potentially cross contamination. Noncritical violation: 1. Inspector: Heiser.

Family Dollar Store, #2238, 3525 Dorr, inspected March 9. Critical violations: Bulging and popping canned goods removed from stock for voluntary destruction. Dented food cans and food without proper labels are not to be sold and were removed from store shelves. Noncritical violations: 5. Inspector: Heister.

Quizno's Sub's, 834 South Wheeling, inspected March 9. No critical violations. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Julie Nye.

Subway, 259 Golden Gate, inspected March 9. No critical violations. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Halligan.

Little Friend, 809 Starr, inspected March 9. Critical violations: Observed cooked potatoes without a date. Date turkey lunch meat when it is opened, before placing it in the freezer. Observed a bait trap on shelf with an open container of sugar and salt. Do not place open food items next to a bait trap. Cole slaw past the discard date in the prep cooler. There is a seven day discard date when holding at 42 to 45 degrees. Observed rags on table surfaces and sponge on the cutting board. Do not use sponges to clean food contact surfaces of dishes. All used wet rags must be in a sanitizer bucket. Provide a sanitizer bucket for the kitchen and one for dining room. Noncritical violations: 7. Inspector: Gottschalk.

East Side Central School, 815 Navarre, inspected March 9. Critical violation: Store all chemicals away from and below food items to protect from contamination. Noncritical violation: 1. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Netty's Drive Inn, 305 Fearing, inspected March 9. Critical violation: Employee not washing hands before putting on a new pair of gloves to prepare food order. Employee shall wash hands first before putting on a new pair of gloves to work with handling food. All potentially hazardous foods shall be maintained hot at a temperature of 135 degrees or above to limit the growth of bacteria. Noncritical violations: 4. Inspector: Garcia.

Ground Round, 5806 Telegraph, inspected March 10. Critical violations: Cheese hold at 64 degrees. Potentially hazardous foods must be held at 45 degrees or less. Roast beef in deli prep top is 47 degrees and bleu cheese dressing in salad prep top is 47 degrees. Potentially hazardous foods must be held cold at 45 degrees or less. All-purpose cleaner spray bottle hung over clean pots, pans, and three-compartment sink. All chemicals must be stored in a designated area away from or below any foods or food contact surface. Noncritical violations: 6. Inspector: Sattler.

Save-A-Lot Food Store, 1703 Airport, inspected March 10. Critical violations: Employee in meat cutting room wearing bracelet; no jewelry is to be worn on the arms and hands of food handlers. Employee in meat cutting room had a bandage on his hand, but did not have a covering over the bandage. The license holder shall require employers to report to the person in charge about their health and activities. Observed raw uncooked sausage on shelf above packages of cheese. Store raw foods below pre cooked foods. Noncritical violations: 3. Inspector: Garcia.

Bambino's Pizza, 2208 Airport, inspected March 10. Critical violations: No gloves available for handling ready to eat food. Employees are not to have bare-hand contact with ready to eat food. Individual containers of garlic butter sitting out at room temperature the original container states keep refrigerated. Non critical violations: 6. Inspector: Garcia.

Speedway, #1070, 1708 Tremainsville, inspected March 11. Critical violations: Store raw eggs below and separate from ready to eat foods to prevent a potential cross contamination. Provide a food probe thermometer with a temperature range of 0 to 220 degrees to check and monitor food temperatures. Clean and sanitize interior of ice machine from mold growth. Noncritical violations: 5. Inspector: Heiser.

East Toledo Junior High School, 355 Dearborn, inspected March 10. Noncritical violations: 2. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Taco Bell, 5860 Alexis, inspected March 9. Noncritical violations: 2. Inspector: Lahey.

Recent inspections found

non-critical violations at:

South End Grille, 5105 Glendale, inspected March 8. Non-critical violation: 1. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Recovery Room, 2620 Airport, inspected March 10. Non-critical violation: 2. Inspector: Garcia.

Dave's Home Cooked Foods, 1855 South Reynolds, inspected March 11. Non-critical violation: 1. Inspector: Brady.

Comis Nite Club, 1527 East Broadway, inspected March 11. Non-critical violation: 2. Inspector: Gottschalk.

McDonald's, 3008 Monroe. inspected March 11. Non-critical violation: 7. Inspector: Dacquisto.

A & K Bakery, DBA Country Grains, 7414 West Central, inspected March 7. Observed shell eggs stored in three-door cooler above ready to eat foods. Store all eggs on bottom to prevent cross contamination. Non-critical violations: 19. Inspector: Kistler.

Speedway #1140, 502 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 7. Non-critical violations 2. Inspector: Halligan.

Reinspections:

Boston Market, 5812 Alexis, inspected March 7. One critical violation is still pending from previous inspection. Critical violation: Two employees observed touching food without gloves, glove must be worn when handling food. Inspector: Lahey.

Boston Market, 5812 Alexis, inspected March 8. Non-critical violations: 2. Inspector: Lahey.

Showcase Cinemas Maumee, 1360 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 8. Critical violations were corrected. Inspector: Halligan.

Toledo Hilton, 3100 Glendale, inspected March 7. Critical violation were corrected. Inspector: Brady.

Sterling Stores, 6775 Dorr, inspected March 9. Critical violations were corrected. Inspector: Kistler.

Pete's Market, 3449 Stickney, inspected March 11. Critical violations were corrected. Inspector: Sattler.

Boston Market, 5812 Alexis. inspected March 11.

Paul's Switch Inn, 943 Oak, inspected Feb. 2. Violations from previous inspection have not been corrected. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Papa John's #628, 3329 Dorr, inspected March 1. Violations from previous inspection were corrected, still others are still pending. Noncritical violations: 8. Inspector: Heiser.

Recent inspections found

no violations at:

Gino's Italian Delites, 1829 Eastgate, inspected March 11.

Lagrange Elementary School, 1001 North Summit, inspected March 11.

Clark, 5410 Alexis, inspected March 4.

Deaths

Lucas County

Niner, William, 93, 8883 Browning, Waterville, congestive heart failure.

Novak, Vivian, 85, 5020 Ryan, diabetes.

Onweller, Milan, 91, Seneca Township, Mich., atherosclerosis.

Pasch, Merwin, 85, 4220 North Holland-Sylvania, sepsis.

Pchalek, Rudolf, 78, 3627 Elm, coronary artery disease.

Pedelose, Nancy, 69, 344 Parker, cardiovascular disease.

Pegorch, Melvin, 79, Swanton, cancer.

Persichillo, Frank, 51, 720 Elmore, cardiovascular disease.

Plotner, Herbert, 89, 3228 Keemont, pneumonia.

Pocock, Joshua, 20 days, Findlay, congenital anomalies.

Powers, Alberta, 74, 914 Magnolia, myocardial infarction.

Prowell, Mary, 89, 817 Parkside, diabetes.

Puhl, Mary, 96, 4125 King, Sylvania Township, coronary artery disease.

Ragg, Charlotte, 78, 1492 Crestwood, coronary artery disease.

Ray, Claython, 78, 932 Underwood, ischemic cardiomyopathy.

Rayford, Milton, 64, 240 21st, cardiovascular disease.

Reasonover, Sr., Luther, 83, 637 Spring, pending investigation.

Rex, Matthew, 23, 6049 Lewis, suicide.

Rodriguez-Tedrick, Carter, 34 days, Delta, Ohio, congenital heart disease.

Rogalski, Henry, 85, 447 East Oakland, abdomina aortic aneurysm.

Rollins, Joyce, 48, 3544 Chase, cirrhosis.

Ruedy, Marie, 79, 3407 Oak Alley , cancer.

Russell, Jr., Clinton, 71, 3251 North Detroit, coronary artery disease.

Russell, Robert, 69, 3277 Glenwood, cancer.

Ryan, Diana, 63, Tiffin, sepsis.

Rywalski, Irene, 86, 1935 South, renal failure.

Schnitker, Wilbur, 81, 1234 Royalton, diverticulosis.

Scott, Robert, 77, Perrysburg, duodenal ulceration.

Sevrence, Laura, 85, 5756 Firethorn, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Sharpe, Dorothy, 88, Liberty Center, Ohio, coronary artery disease.

Shea, Robert, 85, 2005 Ashland, cancer.

Sheridan, Timm, 59, 2136 Broadway, cancer.

Shue, Glen, 87, 1328 Conant, Maumee, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Siegel, Bessie, 88, 548 Waggoner, cancer.

Slotnick, Anne (Anna, Ann), 93, 2735 Darlington, Alzheimer's.

Smith, Else, 83, 8652 Sylvania Metamora, cerebrovascular accident.

Smith, Frederick, 58, 651 Ann Wesley, Holland, mesothelioma.

Snyder, Clayton, 86, Perrysburg, mitral valve insufficiency.

Somogyi, Ellen, 60, Bellevue, Ohio, cancer.

Sponseller, Bill, 81, 6180 Greenacre, cancer.

Spychala, David, 58, 5941 Corduroy, Oregon, cancer.

Stasiak, Henry, 85, 4028 Hearthstone, suicide.

Stathulis, Don, 67, 4001 W. Bancroft, myocardial infarction.

Steele, Irene, 83, Lambertville, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Steele, Rachel, 80, 902 Greenwood, hypertension.

Still, Kenneth, 53, 3752 Drummond, cancer.

Studebaker, Walter, 69, Swanton, cardiovascular disease.

Stutzman, Cleo, 86, Weston, Mich., could not be determined.

Summers, Hal, 77, 2405 Seventh, Maumee, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Sumner, Joyce, 57, 2117 North Erie, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Szekely, Steven, 82, 4314 288th, cardiovascular disease.

Thomas, Vera, 69, 722 North Huron, diabetes.

Thompson, Robert, 77, 3924 Beverly, coronary artery disease.

Thomson, Dorothy, 85, Fremont, Alzheimer's.

Tipton, Terry, 58, 1138 Four Seasons, coronary artery disease.

Toffler, Alice, 82, 2821 Westowne, cancer.

Torp, Maxine, 83, 3318 Muirfield, cancer.

Toth, Janet, 62, 1975 North Erie, bacteremia.

Towns, William, 32, 6220 Applegate, ruptured aneurysm.

Trabbic, Stanley, 92, 2634 Middlesex, myocardial infarction.



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