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age 56, fell asleep in death, April 11, 2017. Beloved husband of Felecia. Loving father of Kendra. Dear brother of Jerome Cargile (Marilyn), Gerald Cargile, Valeria Cargile, and Clarence III (Victoria). The Big Sports Kahuna, attended Ohio University. The well respected Cleveland broadcaster known by sports fans from his years at ESPN 850 WKNR and Fox Sports. Memorial Service, 2pm, Saturday, April 15, 2017 at Monticello Middle School, 3665 Monticello Blvd. Cleveland Heights, 44121


RICHARD D. RODGERS age 88, of Lakewood, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Loving husband of Joanne (nee Siddall). Cherished father of Claudia, Karin Zimmermann (John), and Steven. Loving grandfather of Julia Zimmermann (Kenneth), and Elizabeth Zimmermann. dear brother of Janice Allen (nee Hoek). Interment Private. Memorial Gathering, 1 - 4PM, Sunday April 30, 2017, at Lakewood United Methodist Church,15700 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, Ohio 44107. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44110 or on hospicewr.org. On-line death notice & guest book.


Kathleen Gosnell (Krimmel), age 56, passed away March 18, 2017. Beloved wife of 33 years to Michael Gosnell (deceased); loving daughter of Edward and Genevieve Krimmel (deceased) loving mother of Salina (Joe) Berigan, Stacey Gosnell (George), Eddie Makar (Matt); grandmother of 8; sister of Gail Bresnahan (Jerry), Charlottle Antonaklas (Sam), Michael Krimmel (Kay), Larry Krimmel and the late Richard (Bird), Edward and Madeline. Loving aunt to many, dear friend to all. The most caring loving person you could ever meet. There will be a mass on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 10:00 am at Mary Queen of Peace; 4423 Pearl Rd Cleveland, OH 44109. Family will receive friends following the mass from 12 to 5pm; at The American Legion Post 703; 7667 York Rd, Parma, OH 44130


Mark Alan Smith, Sr., born Dec. 27th 1925, passed away comfortably and surrounded by family on Sunday, February 19th. Mark was born in Cleveland and graduated from University School in 1943. His college years were interrupted by World War II, in which he served as in the 100th infantry division in France and Germany and was awarded the Bronze Star. He completed college at Yale after the war, graduating in 1949. Mark trained in law at Cleveland Marshall College of Law of Cleveland State University, specialized in estate and probate law, and practiced until 1993. In his retirement, he volunteered for Meals On Wheels and Cleveland Court Community Service, and remained an avid swimmer. Mark is survived by his wife of 34 years, Margot Sankey Smith; sons Arch Smith of Minneapolis, MN, and Christopher Sankey of Guilford, CT; step-son Chip Bartlett of Cleveland Hts., OH; grandchildren Mac Smith, Molly Hulling, Sam Smith, and Mason Smith. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Court Community Service, 614 West Superior Ave., Suite 900, Cleveland, OH 44113.


It is with deep and heavy sadness that we announce the passing of James Louis Loukas on January 26th, 2017 at the age of 72. Jimmy, son of Louis and Ann Loukas (Bafaloukos) (Pavlis), loving husband of Ruth “Baker” Loukas, father of four children: Edward, Pamela (Steve), Joanna (David) and Leonard (Tammy), and cherished “Papa” of seven: Michael and Elizabeth, Steve and Nicole, Michael and Michelle, and Morgan. He is survived by his brother John (Ginger) Loukas, sisters Joann (the late Pietro) Bafaloukos Bulgarini and Margo (Chuck) Sanida. Jimmy, known as the Mayor of Spokane, loved life, his family, friends, food, fast cars, old cars, and of course, funny cars. He was a great man that loved to tell a compelling story. Jim and Ruth’s home was always open and welcoming to all. No one ever left hungry! You couldn’t ask for a more kind, generous, adventurous, fun-loving and mischievous man. Jimmy was the biggest kid of all – which made him the best Papa ever! He made life fun and adventurous, from turbo car rides to candy runs. Papa always made the children in his life feel special, and he never hesitated to get down in the floor to play with Legos, cars and action figures, or go sled-riding through a cemetery with an entire Boy Scout troop. When his children were school-aged, he and Ruth filled their entire backyard with a mountain of sand! How’s that for fun? From fixing cars, bicycles, lawnmowers and barbecue grills, Jimmy’s garage was always open to the neighborhood. Long before tool-sharing programs emerged, Jimmy was there! He wouldn’t just lend you exactly the tool you needed, he’d also lend you a hand to fix whatever needed mending. Jimmy wasn’t just a Papa to his own kids and grandkids, he was often called Papa Jim by generations of neighborhood kids who’d come to know right where to go to fix a bike flat or get an ice cream bar - many of which returned to introduce their own kids or show off their very own Halloween headstone in the front yard. Jimmy touched the lives of so many. His outgoing personality and deep community roots have left an indelible impression. His spirit will absolutely carry on in all those who knew him.
A Memorial service will be held on Friday, February 24th at The Riverside Cemetery Chapel 3607 Pearl Rd. Cleveland, Ohio, at 2pm and a Memorial Dinner to celebrate Jim’s life will follow at The Greek Hall at 5007 Memphis Ave. Cleveland, Ohio. 44109 From 4-9 pm.

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