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GRAY, ANITA

Anita Louise Gray, age 73, passed away peacefully in her home April 10, 2020 due to natural causes (or the thought of not seeing the Cleveland Indians play this year…Thanks Corona).
Anita was most known for her tenacity, lack of patience and providing her opinion whether or not it was asked. She always told you the truth even if it wasn’t what you wanted to hear. But her passion and love for her family and friends knew no bounds and taught strength and resilience to all those who knew her.
She will be sorely missed and is survived by her brother Tom (Barb) Gray, her daughter Vickie (Brad) Burgess; son John (Allyson) Ferrara; three grandsons, Brody, Grant and Oliver; and many cherished friends, all of whom she loved and touched deeply.
She was preceded in death by her love, Victor Ferrara and parents, Russell and Theresa Gray.
She was most happy fishing, taking pictures, playing Scrabble or Wii Bowling and spending time with her grandsons who she adored.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association at https://www.diabetes.org/donate/donate-in-honor.
A “Celebration of Life” service will be held at a future date.
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MOORE, GRACE MARIE

GRACE M. (OZIMEC) MOORE, 82, went to her heavenly home April 10, 2020 after a long illness. Born in 1937 in Garfield Hts., Ohio, eldest daughter of the late Rudolph Ozimec and Marianne (Andel) Ozimec, eldest sister of Cecelia (Ozimec) Henderson, Marianne Ozimec, the late Cecelia Henderson and the late Marianne Ozimec ; Aunt to Robert (Vicki) Henderson, Matthew Henderson, Marianne (Henderson) Call-Miracle Smith (Shawn) and the late Lisa Henderson. Beloved wife of the late Jon, loving mother of Laura Lee, Linda, Jonathan (Julie), Jeffrey (Carol), Leslie Knotts, and the late Lee Ann; Cherished grandmother of 11; Heather (Adam); Alyssa, Katelyn, Kurt, Kollin, Kloe, Cassidy, Delaney, Emily, Jessica, Cody; and great-grandmother of one; Henry. Step-mother to Kim (Moore) Raymond; step-grandmother to 2, Stephen Pataky and Karlton Weiskopf (Melissa); step-great-grandmother to 3, Anthony, Aiden and Madeline. “In God’s grace each dawn is a gift and every day a miracle…To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the Heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1: A celebration of life will be held on Thursday, July 23rd, location to be announced at a later date.
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FIFFICK, MAXWELL

MAXWELL MILES FIFFICK April 20th 1991-March 16th 2020
Maxwell Miles Fiffick of Parma Ohio, passed away peacefully at Regency Hospital and Long Term Care Facility in Middleburg Heights Ohio on March 16th, 2020. Max was the beloved Son of the Late Charles Robert Fiffick and Traci Fiffick. Cherish Brother of Samuel Fiffick and Chelsie Hlywiak (Fiffick) Uncle to Noelo Fiffick, Jaylani Fernandez and Carlie Hlywiak. Grandson of the Late Robert Primel and Joanne Primel. Nephew, cousin and cherished friend to many. Max was known for his one of a kind, Care free personality. Max was a very Talented Bass player. He had a great passion for music. Max will be deeply missed. Memorial Service times are still being determined
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LEACH, THERESA

Theresa Leach (nee Meskauskas), age 88, passed away 03/26/2020. Theresa Leach beloved wife of the late Thomas Leach, cherished Mother of William, Michelene Holland, Lawrence, Daniel and Timothy. Grandmother of six and Great Grandmother of four. Memorial Service to be held at a future date.
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ONEY, RODNEY

RODNEY J. ONEY age 48, passed away on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Beloved husband of Kimberly (nee Joseph). Loving father of Ryan. Dear brother of Della Garrison (Jerry), Don Jr. (Mary), Daniel (Lynn), and David John. Preceded in death by his mother, Dora Oney. Life Celebration, 5:30-7:30pm, Friday, February 28, 2020 at the Malloy-Esposito Celebration Center, 6384 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, Ohio 44130
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