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Terry W. Filsinger, 59, 6-16-1963 - 6-17-2022.
Beloved husband to Seantele. Father to Ashley (Kyle), and stepfather to Shelby (Joseph), Samantha (Jeff), and Devon. Amazing “Papa-T” to Isaac, Wyatt, and Kadence. Dearest Uncle to Nicole. Brother to Gary (deceased). Son of Milo and Mildred (both deceased). Terry was an adventurous person to say the least - he loved snowboarding, motorcycling, boating, skydiving, and his most recent, one-wheeling. He was looking forward to taking on his next adventure - power parachuting. He was a friend to everyone, always making new ones wherever he went. He had a great passion for his antique Volkswagen Dune Buggy and Bremen Maxi Taxi. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

Services to be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Red Cross, or the Jean Marie House which can mailed directly to 6034 Engle Rd, Brookpark Ohio 44142.


Age 68; passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 with his immediate family at his side. Beloved husband of Maureen (nee Kennedy) for 31 years; father of Shawn, devoted step-father of Michelle and Traci (John); dearest grandfather of Jeremiah and Xavier; devoted son of the late Thomas J. FitzGerald and Mildred Johnson, dearest brother of Eileen (Mark), Tom, and Gerald (Robin), beloved brother-in-law of Suzanne (Dru) and Kevin (Debbie), uncle, great-uncle and friend to many. Brian was a retired registered locksmith, and worked in several different states over his lifetime. He was loved by all and will be greatly missed. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated. The family will receive friends to celebrate Brian's life at the Malloy Esposito Celebration Center, 6384 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, OH 44129 on Tuesday, July 19, 2022 from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.


Anthony (Emo) Francis Bobkovich, 51, of Bay Village, OH passed away on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, surrounded by his wife and family after a courageous battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Bobkovich, his mother, Patricia (Ogden) Bobkovich, his sister-in-law Christine (Kubinski) Bobkovich and his brother-in-law, Robert Mancinelli. He is survived by his wife, Darcy (Mihal) Bobkovich and his children, McKinley Mihal, Calvin Mihal and Lincoln Bobkovich, his siblings and their spouses, Lori (Swan) Mancinelli, Brian Swan, David Bobkovich (and Sandy), Rhonda (Bobkovich) Custer (and Jack) and Diana Bobkovich, as well as a host of nieces and nephews.

Anthony was born and raised in Cleveland, OH. He graduated Westlake High School in 1989. He married Darcy (Westlake High School prom date) on August 15, 2009 and together they raised their family in Bay Village, Ohio. Anthony was extremely proud of all the children. McKinley is attending University of Florida and will be graduating in May of 2023. Calvin graduated University of Kentucky and is moving to Dallas for a position with Vanguard. And, of course, Lincoln is gifted and talented! Anthony especially enjoyed his yearly family vacations to Florida with his in-laws. Whenever the family would be together, you could count on board games being played. And I think Anthony enjoyed video games just as much as Lincoln.

Anthony was a Master Carpenter for JCH Builders where he was a loyal and faithful employee for over 35 years. He took great pride in his work and is loved by all of his co-workers and clients.

Anthony also loved all sports and could talk hours on the phone with his father-in-law, Chuck, about all the latest goings on. But he was definitely a DIEHARD Browns fan. He enjoyed going to draft day with his buddies to pick their teams for Fantasy Football. It was always fun to see whose team would make it to the finals.

Anthony was a wonderful husband, great father, loving brother and a great friend to so many. He will be so missed by all.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022 at 10:00 am at Bay United Methodist Church, 29931 Lake Road, Bay Village, Ohio. A Celebration of Life for Anthony is in the planning process and will be announced in the near future. In lieu of flowers, please consider a direct donation to the family or to the Hospice of the Western Reserve.


Marsa Faye Romanini (nee Stofcheck), age 71, joined our Heavenly Father on March 28, 2022. Born in Waynesburg, PA to Robert and Elizabeth (nee West) Stofcheck on August 8, 1950, Marsa spent most of her life in the Cleveland area. She was the most beloved wife to Thomas Romanini for almost 50 years, and loving mother to Tricia Hale (Robert) and Tracie Voice (Sean). She loved all her grandchildren so dearly~Dominic, Brandon, Mia, Tommy, Marlee and Samantha. She was the dedicated sister to Vickie Duran and the late Barbara Brayer, and aunt, niece, cousin, and friend to so many. 

Marsa held several job titles over the years. These included: administrative assistant for various workplaces, owner of a video store for 12 years, and manager/owner of rental properties with Tom. She absolutely thrived at everything she did. Among her many “jobs,” she was most proud to be a loving wife, mother, and sister, as well as a wonderful friend to each.

When she wasn’t working, she loved spending time with her family and friends. She was always in the middle of a good book. She loved to travel. Although she had her favorites, there wasn’t a casino she wouldn’t try her luck in! Some of her most favorite memories were on a sailboat with her dear friend Mary Ellen. Those days may have become physically harder, but they were so good for her heart and soul.
Marsa developed rheumatoid arthritis in 1999. This disease may have caused her to be physically frail, but she was incredibly strong in every other way. Despite having this painful, mobility-limiting disease, she never complained and always wanted to turn the focus to others.  She was the rock of the family, and an inspiration to so many. 

Marsa was strong in her faith, spreading her “God bless you’s” far and wide. She was a friendly face, the best listener, and gave you her undivided attention. She had the best advice to offer and a beautiful way with words. She was the best role model in every way. If you knew her, you surely loved her. 

A celebration of Marsa’s life will be held on Sunday, June 12th, 2pm-6pm, at Caffe Roma. 13000 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, OH, 44111.

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