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Brandon J. Herbert, 24, passed away peacefully on 3/15/22. He was born 4/3/1997, and is survived by his parents, Jeff Herbert and Erica Stephenson(Johnnie); his brothers Austin and Jared; sister Marissa; his grandmother, Peggy; grandfather, Glenn(Brenda); and his great grandfather, Tom(Claudia). He was a loving nephew, cousin and friend to many.

Brandon was preceded in death by his great grandmothers, Vivian Chalfant and Julia Herbert; his grandmother, Patricia Stephenson; and grandfathers, David Herbert and Larry Benzie.

Although Brandon had a short life, he touched a lifetime of people. Anyone that was blessed to know Brandon knew not only was he so loving and kind, but he was also very much loved. His heart was full and it overflowed onto everyone who met him. He loved baseball and skateboarding passionately. His favorite game to play with his siblings was Runescape. He was the best big brother to his siblings, very sweet, caring, and protective of them. Brandon was one of a kind, and will be missed more than words can ever describe.

What better day to have a Celebration of Life than Brandon's day of birth. Please come and celebrate Brandon's life and let's show him One Love! Sunday 4/3/22 from 2-4pm at the Malloy-Esposito Celebration Center at 6384 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, Ohio 44130.

If you would like to purchase flowers please have them sent to Celebration Center. The address is above.
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GOSNELL, DONALD

Donald Gosnell, age 89 passed away peacefully at his home Sunday March 20th. Beloved husband to Lee ( deceased ). Loving father of Donnie ( deceased ), Gail ( deceased ), Mike ( deceased ) and Bob. Loving Grandfather of seven, uncle to many. Dear friend to all.


A short graveside service will be held Friday April 1st at 11:00 at Sunset Memorial, 6265 Columbia Rd in North Olmstead, OH 44070.
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CORONA, JAMES

James J. Corona (Jim) born 12/6/1961. passed away 3/14/2022 after a long illness. He is survived by girlfriend Theresa Copley of Cleveland, brother Nick of Ohio, sons Justin (Jay) Adkins of Lorain and Codi Corona of Streetsboro. He was like a father to William (Billy) Keen of Parma Heights and Shane Urzycki of Cleveland. Best friends Kenny Miller of Florida and Mel Bonaiuto of Cleveland. Special friends Yvette Bonaiuto of Cleveland, Mark Humphrey of Parma, Ray Cox of Cleveland, and many many more friends. He was liked by everyone and will be missed.

A celebration of life will be held this Saturday 3/26/2022 at Trinity United Methodist Church at 9900 Madison Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44102 at 1:00 p.m. Food and refreshments following.
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KOLARIK, DONALD

Donald “Don” C. Kolarik, age 81, passed away peacefully February 20, 2022 . He was born April 5, 1940 in Cleveland Ohio to Jerry and Elizabeth.(deceased) Don was a dedicated husband to Carol (deceased) . Loving father to Don and Kristen (Ryan). Devoted grandfather to Jaysin and Dylan. Dear brother to (deceased) Allan, David, Gilbert, Gerald, Jean Bobrovsky and Betty Zeleznik.
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MARO, CHARLES

Charles Robert (Chuck) Maro, born March 7, 1948 in Cleveland, Ohio, departed for his Heavenly home on February 16, 2022. Chuck was preceded in death by his parents, Rudolph (Rudy) Maro, and Emily Maro (nee Seedhouse) as well as his brother, Jackie Maro, his nephew, Michael MacGillis and his great nephew, Owen Greener. He is survived by his loving Son, David (Maria) Maro, and his cherished granddaughter, Sophia. Chuck also leaves behind four devoted sisters, Karen Battista, Judy (Bob) Seedhouse, Donna (Larry) Danielson, and Diana Walter; five nieces, Lisa (Ron) Johnson, Tracy (Craig) Springford, Stacie (Matt) Sokolowski, Kristyna Kubb, and Kimberly Seedhouse; and three nephews, Greg (Kim) Walter, Bryan Walter, and Geoff (Kalle) Walter. In addition to dozens of great nieces and nephews he leaves countless friends, including Dave Lathem and special people he considered family, including Michelle Molina.


Chuck was a talented woodworker and carpenter and spent many years building and remodeling in the Cleveland and Phoenix areas. When his knees would no longer cooperate, he reinvented himself and began a very successful courier business that spanned the country from Ohio to Southern California. Chuck took great pleasure in his church, a good debate, and was an avid reader and longtime supporter of conservative movements. He was a member of the NRA and fiercely defended his 2nd Amendment Rights. Chuck loved God, his family and his country and will be greatly missed by all who had the honor of knowing and loving him. All are welcome to attend a Memorial Service in Chuck's honor on March 12, 2022, 1:00pm at New Hope Independent Baptist Church (4021 W. 120th Street, Cleveland) with a fellowship time immediately following. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Chuck’s name to either Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital (www.stjude.org/donate) or the Republic National Committee (www.gop.com).
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