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STEIN SR., RICHARD

RICHARD W. STEIN SR., age 81, passed away on Sunday, July 26, 2015. Beloved husband of Marion (nee Ferrini). Loving father of Linda Spence (Henry), and Richard Stein Jr. (Cindy). Cherished grandfather of Martin, Mathew, and Melissa Isbell (DJ). All Services private.
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PYTLAK, JOSEPHINE

Josephine Pytlak (nee Faron) age 86, passed away on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. Beloved wife of the late Charles Sr. Loving mother of Kenneth (Sharon) and Charles Jr. Cherished grandmother of Nicole. Dearest sister of the following deceased: John, Sophie, Catherine, Mary, and Jane. Dearest aunt of many nieces and nephews. Services will be held privately.
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SNEVEL SR., RICHARD

Richard “Rick” A. Snevel, Sr. passed away on June 24, 2015 in Bay Village, Ohio at the age of 72. Rick is survived by his loving wife, Barb (nee Charvat) of 47 years; son Rick, Jr and wife Michelle, daughters Rebecca, Rachel Glauner and husband Dan, Roberta Mayer and husband Joseph; sister Barbara (Snevel) Wheeler, and nine grandchildren, to whom he is known as 'Grumpa'.

Rick was born on March 20, 1944 in Cleveland, Ohio to Wilbur J. Snevel and Geraldine (Paschal) Snevel (both deceased).

Prior to his extensive battle with Parkinson's, Rick was an active and dedicated member of Lakewood Congregational Church, the Rocky River #703 Masonic Lodge and the “Big Six” Al Sirat Grotto.

A Memorial Service is scheduled for Friday July 10, 2015 at the Bay Lodge, located at 492 Bradley Road, Bay Village. The family will greet friends and family at 2:30 pm, followed by celebration of his life by Rev. Mark Thomas at 3:30 pm, a Masonic Service at 4:30 pm, followed by a get-together to reminisce with friends and family until 9 pm. Friends and family are welcome to attend and celebrate Rick's life. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve at 17876 St Clair Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44110. The family would like to thank the Hospice of the Western Reserve for their kindness, warmth, patience and dedication.
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DACKA, JOZEF

JOZEF DACKA, 94, passed away June 17, 2015 at Fairview Hospital following a long illness. Jozef was a forced labor POW during WWII in Germany. He brought his wife and eldest daughter to America in 1951 in search of a better life. They originally settled in Chicago. Jozef was a kind, gentle soul, and a brilliant man. He could fix, make or do anything. He instilled honesty, integrity and a strong work ethic in his children. Jozef never gave up and fought his health issues to the end. He is survived by his wife Lidia (nee Wolski), daughters Irene Kucin (Ken) of Las Vegas, Diane (Douglas Fitch) of Westlake and grandson Eric Jozef of Chicago. The family would like to thank the Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living employees at O'Neill Healthcare - North Ridgeville and the staff, nurses, and technicians at the Frecenius on Hoag in Sheffield Village for their great care. Jozef was very fond of his second "family" at Frecenius. "We are also thankful for the medical care received by Dr. Bohn and Dr. Nautiyal for the past several years." Graveside services,
11 a.m., on July 11, 2015 at St. Joseph Cemetery on Detroit Road in Avon. Arrangements by Malloy-Esposito Crematory & Funeral Home, www.malloymemorial.com
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ANDERSON, J. TODD,

J. Todd Anderson, 73, of Cleveland Heights, OH, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on June 22, 2015, after a courageous battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife Patricia of 32 years, four children; Jeremy (Kristin), Bethany Chaffee (Robert), Kelly Fralick-Ganley (Patrick), Peter Fralick and six grandchildren. A celebration of his life will be held at The College Club in Cleveland Heights on Thursday, June 25th at 11:30am.
Todd was a graduate of the Western Reserve University School of Architecture. He was employed by E.F. Hauserman before becoming the corporate architect for BP America. Todd continued his artistic passion in retirement by becoming an accomplished glass blower. He loved tinkering with his 1929 Ford Model-A. In addition, Todd and Patricia enjoyed traveling around the world. One of his greatest joys was his six wonderful grandchildren; Jack (12), Wyatt (11), Nathan (10), Grace (9), Samantha (5) and Ingrid (5 mo). Todd was also a beloved Host Father to two American Field Service Students, Eri of Japan and Kit of Hong Kong. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Esophageal Action Network, www.ecan.org. Their mission is to save lives by increasing awareness of esophageal cancer, promoting early detection, treating and curing esophageal cancer.
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