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Steven Vincent Dutton, age 55 passed away September 20th, 2020 after battling cancer at Cleveland Clinic with his two loving sons by his side. Born in Cleveland, Ohio on August 6th, 1965 to Charles and Peggy (Baker) Dutton. Steve attended both Thomas Jefferson and Gilbert Public Schools. He was employed at Reilly Painting as well as owning his own company, Steve's Quality Care where he was a painter and carpenter. Steve enjoyed fishing, grilling, amusement parks, being outdoors and he was especially proud of all of his exhibits he had built for the Children's Museum. He is survived by two sons, Stephen (Autumn) Dutton of Dorset, Ohio and Robert (Kylie) Dutton of Cleveland, Ohio; twelve grandchildren, Jaren, Raygen, Angie, Evie, Austin, Jayce, Lilaine, Rayah, Riley, Eden, Ivy and Robert Jr. Five siblings, Mary DeSmith, Connie Rivera, Sharon (Rick) Maggard, James (Pebbles) McArthur and Patrick (Pam) McArthur, his former spouse, Rachel Watson, Loved like a son by Ruth Loukas, several aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews as well as great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Charles (Chuck) Dutton, two brother in laws, Art DeSmith and David Kulow, great-uncle James Loukas and stepfather John McArthur. Graveside Service will be held on October 17th, 2020 at 10:00am at the East Lenox Cemetary located on Footville-Richmond Road in Jefferson, Ohio followed by a Celebration of Life from 12:00 to 6:00pm at the Ashtabula V.F.W. Post 943 located at 4102 Main Avenue, Ashtabula, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Steven's family c/o Malloy & Esposito Crematory and Funeral Home 1575 West 117th Street Cleveland, OH 44107.

Saunders, Bobbie Gene

Bobbie Gene Saunders of Wickliffe,Ohio passed away on Friday September 18th 2020. Born on January 29th 1937 to the late parents, Thomas and Hazel Saunders. In addition to his parents, Bobby is preceded in death by his brother Doug.

Those left to cherish his memory include his sons Robert and wife Robin, Edward Saunders and wife Laura. Siblings include Delbert wife Faye, Barbara husband Jim, Carol husband Fran, Shirley husband Clyde, Margaret husband Bill, grandchildren Rob Saunders wife Christine, Amber Kenyon husband Eric, grandchildren Shelly, Braden, Priscilla and Harrison.

Friends and family may gather on Friday September 25th at the Aspinwall Church of God 14627 Aspinwall Avenue viewing will begin at 2:00, services will begin at 6:30 private family viewing will begin at 7:30. Pastor Jon Walden will be conducting the services.

Malloy and Esposito funeral home will be taking care of the other arrangements.

Thank you in advance for your love and support during this difficult time.


On Friday, September 11, 2020, Linda Aguirre, loving mother, grandmother of four, and Great-Grandmother of two, passed away suddenly, at the age of 76.
Linda was born on November 6, 1943 in Neu Schowe, Yugoslavia to Stefan and Elizabeth and one sister, Lore. The family moved to the United States in hope for a bright future in 1952. Making their new lives in Cleveland, Ohio, Linda and family learned to speak English, went to school, found employment and got married. Linda raised one son Aaron and was very involved in the lives of her grandsons, Jonathan, Matthew, Christopher and Michael.
Linda enjoyed extra-curricular activities joining groups at her German American club...- Schuhplattler and Ski Club. Linda enjoyed bowling, going to movies, family parties...where she was the mad photographer!! She loved to dance and have fun. Linda also was very involved at the Donauschwaben's German-American Cultural Center, working in the kitchen, and decorating for Christmas, another big passion of hers. And, as some may know, Linda loved Halloween...making a point to get a great costume.
The center of Linda’s life was her son Aaron. Linda was incredibly devoted to her family. It was her joy to see the happiness of “the boys” and she was tireless in her efforts to ensure that happiness.
Those who were close to Linda will remember her happy disposition and positive attitude, rarely complaining but looking at the bright side of things and always having a kind word about most things and people.
She will be missed by her family, friends, extended family at Lenau Park, and co-workers from Mount Alverna Village. Rest in peace, Linda and keep smiling down on us.


Steven J. Sliman of Columbia Station Ohio passed away suddenly Sept. 5th 2020. He is survived by his Father George Sliman of Brunswick, his siblings David and Debbie Sliman, Ronald Sliman of Middleburgh Heights, Dennis and Denise Mizner of Columbia Station, grand-daughter Liana K. Burke of North Ridgeville. (Secondary family Micky Burke, Betsy Burke and Angie DeCaprio). Nieces and nephews are Kayla Mizner and Chase Pettrella, David and Nicole Core, Karly DeCaprio, Louis and Colton Mizner.
He is preceded in death by his Mother Geraldine Mizner, step-Father Louis Mizner, adopted Father Terry Burke and his beloved son Stevie John Burke.
Steve touched the hearts and lives of many people, he loved to make people laugh and was a great entertainer. He will be dearly missed, his favorite pass-time included spending time with his grand-daughter and many friends, He enjoyed camping, Nascar, and listening to his favorite band Motley Crue. He would always lend a helping hand to anyone in need.


Mary Eileen O’Shea, born December 8, 1954, died September 3, 2020. Preceded in death by parents, Tommy and Rita Mae, and brother Patrick (Christine). Greatly loved and missed by spouse Mike Beckman, sons Ben Beckman (Ali Day) and Jake Beckman (Lizzy Hindman-Harvey), grandchildren Anders, Cleo, and Skyler, siblings Kathy (Scott) Meyer, Patty, Kevin (Mary), and Timmy, as well as many nieces, nephews, friends, and colleagues.

Mary grew up in Akron, Ohio and attended Saint Mary’s High School. She graduated from Cleveland State University with a BA in Philosophy, and later completed coursework in non-profit management studies at the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Case Western Reserve University.

Mary held positions of leadership at the Cleveland Food Co-op, later moving to Planned Parenthood of Northeast Ohio to serve as the Director of Public Policy. At the Greater Cleveland Foodbank, she pushed for food equity in our region as the Director of Advocacy and Public Education, fighting for policy and legislative support in Columbus and Washington, DC.

Mary loved gardening, walking, being with her grandkids, and just hanging out with her husband Mike, partner for 32 years. She was a wonderful writer and editor, accomplished in things as disparate as poetry and opinion pieces. She drew inspiration and joy from the people she worked with, whose energy, enthusiasm, and commitment were a constant source of pride and delight. In all of her various roles, she worked to support and mentor many people in their careers. Her quick wit, deep wisdom, and knack for compassionately sharing a hard truth were a great gift to those lucky enough to know her.

Mary had many friends, and a few very special close ones on whom she relied for support, encouragement, and advice. She had a loving relationship with her family, about whom she cared very much. She felt a special bond with her younger sister Patty, her “Irish Twin.”

Mary was an untiring advocate for people’s right to healthcare and nutrition. Her passion for fairness and justice led her to take part in many activities, including the Central America Solidarity Commitee, abortion rights causes, and activities in support of social and economic justice in the region and beyond.
The family welcomes thoughts and memories below. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please remember Mary with contributions to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank ( www.clevelandfoodbank.org ) or Planned Parenthood (www.plannedparenthood.org). A forthcoming celebration of Mary’s life will be planned for a future date. Check back for more details or register to receive an email announcement regarding that ceremony by copying and pasting in browser https://forms.gle/MZdbeaVWP4rhwonw6

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