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1/20/2022 Carole R. Kiroff - Obituaries
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Carole R. Kiroff
Carole R. Kiroff, 83, passed away on January 18, 2022. Carole was born on September 19, 1938 to James Kiroff and Dora (Nestroff) Kiroff in Toledo, Ohio. She graduated from Waite High School. She received her BS in Education from Bowling Green State University, her MA in Guidance and Counseling from BGSU and her J.D. from the University of Toledo.
A career educator, Carole taught at Rossford Junior High School and Waite High School. She was a Guidance Counselor at Rogers High School, Waite High School and Start High School retiring as Guidance Director from Start High. After retirement from the school system she worked in the Education Department at the Toledo Museum of Art with the Docent Program.
Carole was a docent at the Toledo Museum of Art for over 25 years and served as President of the Docent Board. She was a member of the Waite High School Alumni Association Board, serving as Chairman and Scholarship Committee Chairman. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Maumee and served on the Vestry. She was elected to the Waite High School Distinguished Alumni.
Carole was predeceased by her parents; brother, George N. Kiroff; sisters, Dorothy Mang and Verna Ganzel; nephews, Mark Ganzel and James Mang; and nieces, Paulette Gosset and Denise Grove. She is survived by nephews, James Kiroff (Jill), Larry Kiroff (Donna), Matthew Kiroff and Blaise Ganzel (Katherine); and nieces, Mary Ganzel and Teresa Ganzel.
Carole treasured her family and wonderful friends. She loved her Bichon companion, Misha Kiroff. She enjoyed her garden, good books and great movies. She will be remembered for her incredible sense of humor and how much people laughed when they were with her.
Visitation will be held at the Coyle Funeral Home, 1770 S. Reynolds Rd. on Monday, January 24, from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. The funeral ceremony will be held at Coyle on Tuesday, January 25 at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be at Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.
Those wishing to make memorials in Carole's name are asked to consider Hospice of Northwest Ohio or any charity that will help a child. Please leave a condolence message at CoyleFuneralHome.com.
www.coylefuneralhome.com
1/20/2022 Phillip S. Brondes, Sr. - Obituaries

Phillip S. Brondes, Sr.
February 7, 1931 - January 11, 2022
Phillip S Brondes, Sr., 90, of Perrysburg, Ohio went home peacefully surrounded by his family, to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Tuesday. January 11, 2022. He was born February 7, 1931 in Toledo Ohio, to Donald and Helen Brondes. He proudly served our country in the US Navy and went on to study at Duke University.
In 1954, he married the love of his life, MaryAnn Dama of Youngstown, Ohio, the mother of his two children, Phillip Jr. and Elizabeth Ann "Beth". In 1956, Phillip joined his brother Don in the family automotive business. Together, brother Don and brother Phil put Brondes Ford on the map, with their legendary TV commercials that are still remembered by many to this day.
Phillip and MaryAnn ultimately retired to Florida and enjoyed sailing, tennis, golf and fishing with family and good friends. After being widowed for a number of years, Phillip was fortunate to meet Joyce (Fels) Fisher Zammit, a loving and trusted companion. They married in 2004, and spent many happy years in Key Largo, Florida at the Ocean Reef Club.
He will be remembered as a man of faith, a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, loyal friend, business leader and mentor.
He is preceded in death by his parents; his wives; his daughter; his brother; and many close friends. He is survived by his son, Phil Brondes, Jr. (Michelle); grandsons, Connor Brondes and Christian Sagert (Danielle Ohisson); daughter-in-law, friend and confidant, Lisa Brondes; niece, Shelly Brondes Wiemer (Jan); Joyce's children, Steven Fisher, Julie Fisher, and Tracy Sallah, their children, their grandchildren; and not to be forgotten his dog, Picasso.
The family would like to thank Beth Dunlap, Barb Katakis and all the caregivers at Mercy Health Perrysburg, Kingston Perrysburg and Kingston Sylvania RPU. May God Bless you all.
A memorial service will be held August 11, 2022 at Cedar Creek Church Perrysburg, Ohio at 1 p.m. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Witzler-Shank-Walker Funeral Home, Perrysburg (419-874-3133). In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions can be made to Cedar Creek Church Perrysburg, Ohio. Condolences may be made online to the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.
1/19/2022 Sister Mary Regeen Ulrich, Snd - Obituaries

Sister Mary Regeen Ulrich, SND
Sister Mary Regeen, 85, died on January 16, 2022, at Rosary Care Center, in her 63rd year of religious profession. Born to Ernest and Angeline (Missler) Ulrich, Susan Marie was the oldest of five children. She attended Ladyfield School, Notre Dame Academy, and Mary Manse College, Toledo.
Susan entered the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1957, taking the name Sister Mary Regeen. Sister's life reflected the lives of the foundresses of the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1850 Germany. The foundresses taught school children while opening their hearts and home to the poor. Similarly, Sister Regeen had a long career in teaching, while opening her heart in pastoral ministry and ministry to those in need. Sister ministered for 19 years in elementary schools: Christ the King, Ladyfield, Mary Immaculate, St. Ann, St. Mary, Toledo; St. Mary, Sandusky; St. Joseph, Maumee; St. Mary, Leipsic, St. Paul, Norwalk; Sacred Heart and St. Joseph, Fremont; and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Carmel, Indiana. She also taught Art at Lial Catholic School in Whitehouse, Ohio.
Sister's heart turned toward pastoral ministry for the next 22 years at Christ the King and St. Pius X parishes. Sister visited the homebound and brought them Holy Communion.
During this same time Sister began volunteer work of art enrichment for residents at Aurora House, Ronald McDonald House, and Toledo Hospital, especially in the neonatal care unit. For over a decade Sister shared her art talent with women on the margins in Bethany House, Aurora House, Sparrows Nest, Beach House, YWCA, Women Blessing Women and Goerlick Center, among other places. Discovering their talents under Sister's encouragement, these women let art bring peace into their lives and build up their self-esteem. In return, Sister Regeen felt how life-giving it was to her. She wrote, "No doubt, I am better able to understand the poor and their real needs and be Jesus' loving presence to them." In 2008 Sister was the Volunteer of the Year and recipient of the Sister Dorothy Nussbaum Award from Aurora House. Sister Regeen helped create a home for the homeless, an opportunity to complete a GED, a way to give respite care, a hand-up to get women back on their feet. Sister Regeen used art to help others find themselves through crafts, watercolors, and photography
Sister is preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Angeline (Missler) Ulrich, her sister Margurite and her brother Dennis Ulrich. Sisters is survived by her sisters Elaine Allen, Carol Harsherger, and Kathleen Nidek.
Visitation will be Thursday, January 20 from 2:00-4:00, and the funeral liturgy at 4:30 p.m. at the Sisters of Notre Dame Center, 5900 Davis Road, Whitehouse, Ohio. Burial will be at Resurrection Cemetery on January 21, at 2:30 p.m. Tributes may be to the Sisters of Notre Dame at 3912 Sunforest Court, Toledo. Arrangements are entrusted to the Urbanski Funeral Home, A Life Celebration Home, 5055 Secor Road, Toledo.
www.urbanskifuneralhome.com
1/18/2022 David J. Nowak - Obituaries
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David J. Nowak
David J. Nowak, age 68, of Toledo, Ohio went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, December 6, 2021. David was born December 5, 1953 in Toledo to Stanley and Verna (Gdanski) Nowak. He graduated from Woodward High School in 1972 and worked at Textile Leather for 37 years. He was a faithful Catholic and met Colette (Mominee) at an Exercise in Christian Living Weekend in 1976 and their friendship grew with Christ at the center of their lives. In 1981 he married the love of his life, Colette, and they recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. Music and hockey were his passions.
Surviving are Colette; children, Ashley (Matthew), David John (Natasha) and Stephen (Jessica); grandchildren, Jacob, Kaylee, Avarie and one future grandchild; brother, Fred (Jean); sister-in-law, JoAnn Cellura; brother-in- law, Jerome (Cathie) Mominee; and sister-in-law, Linda Mominee. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews; and his fur baby and companion, Walter Thomas. Preceding him in death were his parents; his infant brother; and brothers-in-law, Salvatore Cellura and William Addes Mominee.
David's Life Celebration will begin Friday, January 21, 2022 from 2-8 p.m. at Urbanski Funeral Home a Life Celebration Home, 5055 Secor Rd., Toledo, OH. Friends are also welcome to visit Saturday, January 22, from 10-11 a.m. in Blessed Sacrament Parish located at 2240 Castlewood Dr., Toledo, OH where the Funeral Mass will begin at 11 a.m. with Fr. Michael Geiger officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family.
www.urbanskifuneralhome.com
1/18/2022 Marceil Carla Conaway - Obituaries
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Marceil Carla Conaway
Marceil Carla Conaway, age 99, of Crystal Lake, IL passed away January 13, 2022 in Crossroads Care Center. Marceil was born February 13, 1922 in Toledo, Ohio to Brantley and Gertrude (Shirey) Forbes. A 1940 graduate of DeVilbiss High School, she worked at Colonial Cleaners for 17 years. Marcie was a past president of Conn-Weissenberger Ladies Auxiliary and a member of the 8 and 40 and a past member of Hampton Park Christian Church. She was most happy spending time with family and friends or enjoying music and dancing.
Surviving are her daughters, Carla (Chuck) Ryder and Kim (Ron) Sliwa; daughter- in-law, Vicki Stine; 12 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, Charles Ed Conaway; son, John Stine; and daughter, Bonnie Stine.
Marceil's Life Celebration will be Friday, January 21, 2022 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Urbanski Funeral Home a Life Celebration Home, 5055 Secor Rd., Toledo, Ohio where funeral services will be held Saturday, January 22 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Ottawa Hills Memorial Park Toledo, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers contributions to the National Foundation for Cancer Research at www.nfcr.org
www.urbanskifuneralhome.com
5/21/2017 Lorene Swearengen - Obituaries
Lorene Swearengen
A graveside service has been set for Lorene Swearengen who passed away on December 14, 2016, in Owatonna, Minnesota. It will be held on Friday, May 26, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at Restlawn Memorial Park, 3665 Genoa Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551. In the event of rain it will be held in the chapel. There will be a luncheon afterwards at 2111 Shoreland Ave., Toledo, OH 43611.

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