• Doris J. Yutzy

    Doris Yutzy, 72 passed away July 28, 2014.  Born May 3, 1942 in Ravenna to the late John and Stella (Naugle) Yutzy she was a graduate of Roosevelt High School and Akron University.  Doris was employed by MacTac in Stow and Kremer Realty in Munroe Falls.  Doris had many notable life experiences including roller skating at Moon Glo Roller Rink, wining a district roller skating dance championship, being the first woman District Director for the United States Softball Slow-Pitch Assoc...

  • Carolyn R. Aungst

    HUDSON - Carolyn R. Aungst, 88, of Hudson died peacefully on July 26.   Beloved wife of 58 years of Jim Aungst; loving mother of Holle, Heide Manfredi (Joe), and Grant (Brandy); and proud grandmother of Joseph, Alessandra and Carolina Manfredi; and Abigail and Lillian Aungst.  After her diagnosis with cancer in March, Carolyn fought hard, hoping to live to see her sixth grandchild born in November.  Her sister and brother-in-law, Henrietta and Ed Goetz, and four nieces, ...

  • Mildred A. Csonka Sholler

    STOW—Mildred A. Csonka Sholler (nee Heath), 90, passed away July 25, 2014 following a brief illness. Millie was born in Akron, resided in Stow for many years and retired in Rootstown and lived with her daughter Nancy in Tallmadge for the past several years.

  • Irene Streharsky (nee Stefanka)

    STOW- In loving memory of Irene who went home to be with the Lord on July 26, 2014.She was born in Akron, Ohio on June 30, 1937.  She was married to her husband of 55 years and 5 months, Steve Streharsky Sr., on February 7, 1959. Irene’s hobbies were knitting, crocheting, cooking, reading books and tending to her flower gardens. She was a long-time member of Church of New Hope.

  • Helen G. Robinson

    STOW – Helen G. Robinson, 98, passed away July 25, 2014. Born in Medina, Helen had been a resident of Stow for over 50 years.

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