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MULLIN, CHRISTINE

Christine Mullin (Ellis) May22,1958-May 11,2020. Chris passed away unexpectedly but peacefully in her sleep at her home in Fairview Park. Chris is survived by her two beautiful daughters Andrea Kudrin and Jennifer Mullin and four amazing grandchildren Amya, Darius, Leena and Leea. Chris also leaves behind her four sisters Patty Erhardt, Sandy Britton, Janet King husband Jeff and Judy Ellis (Larry Gregg)Chris also leaves behind her special friend Red Hackett and her fur babies Sophie,Oliver,Reggie and Blaze Chris was Predeceased by her parents Jim and Helen Ellis, sister Kathy and Brother in law Dave Mannix. With a host of nieces,nephews and friends. Because of the Pandemic we will be having a celebration of Chris' life at a later date
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CONRAD, EMILY

Emily June Conrad (nee Holub) passed away on May 7, 2020, at the age of 90. She was born on September 2, 1929, in the small coal mining town of York Run, Pennsylvania. She was the youngest of 13 children. After spending time in Cleveland, she and her second husband moved with their family to Hinckley in 1963 and called that their home for over 50 years.
Emily was very social and outgoing. She loved people and would stop to chat with anyone. No one was a stranger to her. She loved the Lord, and church was a big part of most of her life. She was known for her famous stuffed cabbage rolls and nutrolls, which she would often be requested to bring to the many potluck dinners she attended. She was very thoughtful and giving and will be missed by many.
For many years, she was very active and made numerous friends at the Medina County Senior Center, where she took part in things such as Bingo, pinochle, watercolor and crochet classes. When she was in her 80s, she spent countless hours crocheting lap robes to donate to local nursing homes for the "old people."
She is preceded in death by her parents, William and Hannah Holub, her husband, Darold "Bud" Conrad, her son, Tommy Powell Jr., two grandsons, Dallas and Cameron Lucas, and all of her siblings.
She is survived by her devoted and loving companion, Joseph Taylor Jr.; daughters, Sandee Robertson, Cynthia (Gary) Courie, Dorinda (Mike) Lucas, and Shelia (Roy) Antczak; grandchildren, Bridget Robertson, Brandon Hovey, and Holly Robertson; great-grandchildren, Kendra Robertson, Logan Robertson, Antonio Caraballo, James Cook, and IzaBella Slapakovs; and great-great grandchildren, Mila Sclimenti and Malayah Robertson.
Due to current restrictions on gatherings, neither a traditional service nor a celebration of life gathering can be planned at this time. She will be laid to rest with her husband at the Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Alzheimers Association or the Hospice of the Western Reserve.
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WILKINS, CLARENCE A. “NICK”

Age 81, died suddenly on April 21, 2020 at his home. He was born June 22, 1938 in Cairo, Illinois. He called Cleveland his home for 59 years after coming to WKYC-TV to work as a film editor for NBC in 1961. A member of the news department for 39 years, he received an Emmy in the 70’s. Nick led an active creative life and spiritual life and was an inspiration to many. A self-taught photographer, he had his first exhibition at the age of 76 when his eldest daughter discovered his archived negatives from the 50’s. He loved photography, art, music, theatre, philosophy, theology, baking, and reading. He proudly served as a Deacon at Church of the Good Shepherd in Brooklyn, Ohio.

He was married to Rita Ann Malaska for 50 years; beloved father to his three girls: Shari (John W Carlson), Tracey (John Canale), and Nicki (Anthony Lang, Jr.), Michael Wood and the late Timothy J Harry. Cherished grandfather of 10 and great-grandfather of 1. He will be missed by his sister Joyce Bonds of Escondido, California. Contributions to NAMI Cleveland will further support his profound commitment to peace. NAMI Greater Cleveland, 2012 W. 25th St, Suite 705, Cleveland, OH 44113.

Zoom memorial service will be held online May 9, 2020 at 1pm. Please contact Shari to R.S.V.P.
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SMITH, WADE SHELTON

Wade Shelton Smith, 82 of Cleveland, Ohio passed away Saturday, April 25, 2020. Wade was born April 9, 1938 in Breeden, West Virginia to parents Mary Ellen (nee Williamson) and Gidian Smith (both deceased). He was a proud Veteran of the US Airforce. Wade was preceded in death by his wife Beverly (nee Schuerger). He was a proud and loving father to his daughters Nancy Hamilton (Lee), Cynthia Crucis (Michael) and Vicki Reagle (Randy). He adored his grandchildren Stephanie Alestri (Tim), Cristie Welch (Caleb), Jennifer Leffel, Megan Jarstfer (Andrew), Michael Leffel (Sara), Jessica Tipton (Matthew), Randy Reagle, Michael Crucis, Monica Medina, Mary Crucis and great grandchildren, Owen, Luke, Callie, Gianna, Levi, Audrey, Natalie, Casey, Lily, Benjamin and Mia. He shared a close bond with all his siblings, Wilma Pince (Bill deceased), Gidian Jr. (deceased) (Linda deceased), Carol Hartley (Don), Ernie (deceased) (Barbara), Donna Hathaway (Bill), and Callie Adams (Bob). He spent much of his time with his beloved dogs Rags and Eddie. Wade spent many years gardening and making many friends at the Ben Franklin Community garden. Wade was an avid boater and fisherman and loved the time he spent with his friends at the 55th marina. Due to the Corona Virus a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Wade’s ashes will be interred at Holy Cross Cemetery, Brook Park, Ohio inside a niche in the St. Benedict Mausoleum.
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HART, DOROTHY

Dorothy Jean Hart, 95, of Main Street Care Center (Sprenger Health Care System), Avon Lake, passed away on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020, of Corona Virus 2019.
Dolly was born July 5, 1924 to Mayme (Bailey) and George Albert Reimer, at Deaconess Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. She grew up on S Boone Road, in Columbia Station, Lorain County, graduating Columbia High School 1942 as an excellent student, cheer leader and musician. She worked that summer as a “Rosie the Riveter” at the bomber plant (todays IX Center), and then attended Bowling Green State University as a music major, and Oberlin Business School.
Dolly married Robert Beckwith in 1944, living in Berea, Avon Lake, where she was active in the Avon Lake Players, and in Bay Village. The couple moved to Avon Lake in 1950, as her husband Bob went to work as a manager for his father, Fred Williams who owned Williams Ford of Avon Lake. She married her second husband Arthur Rogers of Elyria, proprietor of Rogers Photography Studio. They bought a Cessna 172 and got their pilots licenses and were the first husband and wife team in Lorain County to do so. Their air travel included trips to Florida with each flying half way. She also worked as a real estate agent during these years. Dolly enjoyed piano and gardening and traveling in the Cessna and their RV. They lived in Carlyle Township with a second home at Cinnamon Lake in Ashland County. Her last husband, of twenty five years, was Martin Luther Hart. Dolly and Martin lived in Port Charlotte, Florida and also traveled widely in North America in an RV. Following Martin’s death in 2014, Dolly returned to Ohio residing at The Gardens at Westlake until late 2019.
Dolly was predeceased in death by her husbands, and her brother and sister in law James and Jodie Christensen. She is survived by a son Steven Beckwith (Frances) of Bay Village, Ohio, and a daughter Gail Beckwith of Elyria, Ohio, step daughters Virginia Rogers Thome (deceased) of Olympia, Washington, Carol Rogers Strobel of Eugene, Oregon, Susan Hart Southgate (Don) of Danielsville, Pa and Priscilla Hart of Punta Gorda, Florida, grandchildren Paul (Kate), Robert, and Steven Beckwith of Bay Village, Ohio, and step grandchildren Janine Gates of Olympia, Washington, Steve Strobel (Kyle) of Hawaii, Mike Strobel (Ann) of Bowling Green, Ohio, David Strobel (Serena) of Eugene, Oregon, Troy Southgate (deceased) and Martin Southgate of Danielsville, Pa, and great grandchildren Anne and Thomas Beckwith of Bay Village, Ohio, and step great grandchildren Jiana Lee Hook and Tristan Gates of Olympia, Washington, and step great great grandchild Jack Lee Henry of Olympia, Washington.
Due to the Corona Virus, a memorial will be held in the future. Dolly’s ashes will be interred with her parent’s Mayme and Svend Morris Christensen, at Lakewood Cemetery, Rocky River, Ohio and also in Sarasota National Cemetery in Florida, with her late husband Martin L Hart.
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