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FEDERMANN, MARIE

MARIE FEITH FEDERMANN, rejoined the energy of the universe on September 15 due to complications from leukemia. She was in her 74th year and at her home in Richfield, Ohio. She was the beloved wife for 50 years of Reinhold Federmann. Much loved mother of Erika (Walt Guldan) and Karl (Melissa Burdick). Greatly adored grandmother to Hanno and Karsen Guldan, Gretel and Cole Federmann and Joe and Miranda Burdick. Loving daughter of the late Verna and Matthew Feith and daughter-in-law of the late Christina Federmann. Dear sister to Thelma Feith (Jim Taylor) and sister-in-law to Gloria Conway and Christine and Ed Spooner. Lovingly appreciated aunt to Todd White (April), Seth White (Michele), Monika Bartelme (Donald, deceased), Elizabeth and Katherine Spooner, Kyra Price (Damien) and great-aunt to Harrison Price. As a devoted wife, family member, colleague, Meals on Wheels volunteer and friend, she always looked for ways to.
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TROSSEN, DAVID J.

DAVID J. TROSSEN, 67, passed away on September 12, 2014. Beloved son of the late Gordon and Elizabeth, loving father of Kim Lochner (Jeff) of California, dear grandfather of Christopher and Rachel Lochner, brother of Richard, Betty Jane Claydon, William, Laura Balint and Mary, cherished companion of Cindy Youngblood. Interment Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman, Ohio.
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KRYSA, RICHARD

Richard “Rich” Krysa passed away suddenly on September 8, 2014 at the age of 67. Rich is survived by his wife Christine (nee Schneider), sister Sharon Meredith (Krysa), and step-daughters Mary Schmitz, Nancy Flynn and Tina Starkey. He was grandfather to Matthew, Melissa, Jessica, Andrea, Erica, Jennifer and Robert and Great Grandpa (Opa) to Tyler, Morgan, Owen, Elliana, Hannah, Mickala and Layla. Memorial services will be held at a later date.
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HEINKE, LOWELL

Lowell Lock Heinke, 81, was a prominent patent attorney based in Cleveland, Ohio. He was a founding partner of Watts, Hoffman, Fisher and Heinke. Some of his most notable work included the licensing and patenting of the original liquid crystal technology developed at Kent State University.
Lowell was valedictorian of his class of 1950 at Coshocton High School. He was a multi-sport varsity athlete. As a standout player on the varsity football squad, he was offered several athletic scholarships and was even considered for the Browns training camp.
He ultimately attended Case Institute of Technology on an academic scholarship and graduated cum laude in 1954. He was a loyal member of the SAE fraternity. Lowell subsequently acquired a law degree from George Washington University, while working as a patent examiner for the U.S. Patent Office and as a prosecutor for the U.S. Navy. In 1959, he returned with his young family to Cleveland as an associate patent attorney in the intellectual property law firm of Ely, Pearne and Gordon. In 1980, Lowell served as president of the Cleveland Patent Law Association.
Lowell was an avid fly fisherman and long-time member of the Lake Mansfield Trout Club. He had a strong sense of public service. He was a city councilman and president of Kiwanis in Bay Village, Ohio. He volunteered for Meals-On-Wheels and tutored G.E.D. students.
Lowell was dearest husband of Marilyn Holderfield (nee Gubics), former husband of Patricia Ruth Ward Heinke, and beloved father of Dr. Marsha Heinke (Dr. Larry Forthofer), Col. Ward Heinke, USAF Ret. (Elizabeth), and Dr. Bruce Heinke (Ilene); grandfather of Dane (Jennifer), Colin, Chase, Julia, Ariel, and Charles Heinke; dear stepfather of Michael Holderfield (Haydee) and Lisa Turner (Tom); step-grandfather of Cole and Brooke Turner, Kimberly Llorada (Randall), Heather Landrum (Randall), step-greatgrandfather of R.J. and Alie; brother-in-law and friend of Joe Koblenzer. He will be missed by his devoted chiweenie Mickie.
Gifts in his memory may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave, 44110, The Greater Cleveland Food Bank, 15500 Waterloo Rd, 44110; and The Animal Protective League, 1729 Willey Ave, 44113. Condolences can be left at malloymemorial.com.
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BRUNO, ERIC

ERIC BRUNO, age 61, passed away suddenly at his home in Parma, Ohio. Devoted son to the late Leonard and Stella Bruno, brother to Margaret Sidwell (the late Neil), Leonard Bruno (Rosemary) and Elaine Szabo (Jack), loving father to Laurie Dixon (Richard) and cherished Popa to Hanna, Sophie, Hope and Grace and uncle to many nieces and nephews. He will be laid to rest with his parents at Holy Cross Cemetery with a memorial to be held at a later date.
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