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May
16
May 16, 2022 at 4:33 AM
May
15
May 15, 2022 at 7:19 PM

Happy Day, Timmy! I am moving from the Presidential Apartments to a retirement community, Kendal at Oberlin, on June 1st.

May
07
May 07, 2022 at 4:33 AM
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Apr
22
Apr 22, 2022 at 4:29 PM

Posted on: Apr 22, 2022 at 4:08 PM

Happy Birthday, Crommey. Remembering the Riverlet Office!!

Apr
12
Apr 12, 2022 at 6:10 PM

Happy birthday, Grant.

Apr
10
Apr 10, 2022 at 9:18 PM

Happy, Healthy Birthday, Dave!

David A Kergaard has left an In Memory comment for Profile.
Apr
05
Apr 05, 2022 at 9:45 AM

Warren was one of the truly nice guys in our class. My condolences and prayers go out to his family.

 

Apr
02
Apr 02, 2022 at 12:38 AM

Great Warren Story, Jeff; thanks.

Susan Elizabeth Blouch posted a message. New comment added.
Apr
01
Apr 01, 2022 at 3:03 PM

Posted on: Mar 28, 2022 at 3:47 PM

Hear you're still golfing. Know it's good for you.
I took a few lessons before a client outing. Did not not realize how seriously some guys take the "game."
Never golfed again.

Apr 01, 2022 at 1:37 PM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SUSIE!!! We pray that you have a memorable and fun day!! Love, Jeanne & Bob

Roger Bacon has left an In Memory comment for his Profile.
Apr 01, 2022 at 11:01 AM

Memories of Warren go back to grade school as we lived in the same neighborhood.

As I recall a really nice mellow guy.  My condolences to his family.

Jeffrey Michael Stark has left an In Memory comment for his Profile.
Apr 01, 2022 at 10:21 AM

I am so sorry to hear of Warren's passing.  My deepest condolences to Phyllis and her family and to everyone who knew and loved Warren. 

Warren and I lived next to each other on Hampton Road.  We had some fun experiences and good memories growing up.  We each had paper routes in junior high and high school.  I delivered the Cleveland Plain Dealer and he the Cleveland Press when it switched to morning delivery, so we were up early every morning.  In the dark, quite mornings, no cars on the road, we couldn’t see each other, but we’d connect by whistling in a certain way.  The other would answer back if he was close enough to hear.  We’d eventually connect in the dark.  It was of special greeting between us just to say, “Hi Bud”.

One funny story Warren and I always had a good laugh at recalling was our bicycle trip to Cedar Point and back …in one day.  I think it’s 60 miles one way.  Todd Koster delivered the Cleveland PD on Gasser, one street over, so after our paper routes were completed, at the crack of dawn, the three of us started out. Keep in mind we were young teenage boys.  So, we peddled and peddled, and peddled some more.  Finally, we reached Cedar Point late morning.  We left our bikes at the toll gate at beginning of the causeway and hitched a ride to the amusement park.  We were exhausted.  We sat down in the shade and drank the biggest Coke we could buy.  Then, it was time to leave.  We had to get back because Warren had a little league game at 5:30, and he was the starting pitcher!  How stupid were we.  Teenage boys!  So, we peddled and peddled, and when we couldn’t peddle any more, we kept on peddling because we had to.  I think peddled into the afternoon breeze as well.  Anyhow we got home around 5:00.  I know I went straight to bed, Todd too, but Warren had to change into his uniform and play baseball. I don’t think he had his best stuff that evening.smiley

Jeffrey Michael Stark has left an In Memory comment for his Profile.
Apr 01, 2022 at 10:21 AM

I am so sorry to hear of Warren's passing.  My deepest condolences to Phyllis and her family and to everyone who knew and loved Warren. 

Warren and I lived next to each other on Hampton Road.  We had some fun experiences and good memories growing up.  We each had paper routes in junior high and high school.  I delivered the Cleveland Plain Dealer and he the Cleveland Press when it switched to morning delivery, so we were up early every morning.  In the dark, quite mornings, no cars on the road, we couldn’t see each other, but we’d connect by whistling in a certain way.  The other would answer back if he was close enough to hear.  We’d eventually connect in the dark.  It was of special greeting between us just to say, “Hi Bud”.

One funny story Warren and I always had a good laugh at recalling was our bicycle trip to Cedar Point and back …in one day.  I think it’s 60 miles one way.  Todd Koster delivered the Cleveland PD on Gasser, one street over, so after our paper routes were completed, at the crack of dawn, the three of us started out. Keep in mind we were young teenage boys.  So, we peddled and peddled, and peddled some more.  Finally, we reached Cedar Point late morning.  We left our bikes at the toll gate at beginning of the causeway and hitched a ride to the amusement park.  We were exhausted.  We sat down in the shade and drank the biggest Coke we could buy.  Then, it was time to leave.  We had to get back because Warren had a little league game at 5:30, and he was the starting pitcher!  How stupid were we.  Teenage boys!  So, we peddled and peddled, and when we couldn’t peddle any more, we kept on peddling because we had to.  I think peddled into the afternoon breeze as well.  Anyhow we got home around 5:00.  I know I went straight to bed, Todd too, but Warren had to change into his uniform and play baseball. I don’t think he had his best stuff that evening.smiley

 

Mar
14
Mar 14, 2022 at 1:53 PM

Jan, in truth, I was always in awe of our female athletes. You, Tina Forbes, Joan Webber, Cathy Sullivan, Pam Smith, Hennage. . . others I can't recall at the moment, of course . . . running, catching, sliding, whatever - 'twas a mystery. Physical therapy sounds like a perfect place. I wanted to be a Home Econ teacher. . . ended up on an other path.

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Feb
17
Feb 17, 2022 at 7:29 AM

Posted on: Feb 14, 2022 at 10:09 AM

Happy Birthday, Russ! Have an enjoyable day celebrating with family and friends, sharing great memories, and making plans for more. Importantly, birthday calories don't count, so enjoy them all. Stay healthy and a have a great year ahead.