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HARRISON, SUZANNE

Suzanne M. Harrison, age 79, passed away on Friday, January, 3, 2020. Loving mother of Deborah Gordon (Michael), Sharon Hall (Terry), Deanna, and Sean (Jaynee). Cherished grandmother of Michelle, Danny, Ashley, Joshua, Sami, Adam, Sara, Sophia, Camille, Joshua, and Sean. She was avid Cleveland Indians fan. Great grandmother of 4. Interment, Please meet at front gate, 11am, Friday, January 10, 2020 at Holy Cross Cemetery, 14609 Brookpark Rd. Brook Park, OH. Life Celebration, 4-6PM, Thursday, January 9, 2020 at the Malloy - Esposito Celebration Center, 6384 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts. OH.
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SCHAAR, NANCY

Nancy Ann Schaar (nee Smerdel) passed into God’s embrace at the age of 70 on December 30, 2019, after a 2 year battle with glioblastoma. She now joins her husband, Clifford Kenneth Schaar, whom predeceased her in 2007. Both spouses were in the Army and may have me there, although they were always a bit vague about the origin of their relationship admitting only to knowing one another much longer than the years listed on their marriage license.

Nancy was born January 5, 1949, in Ohio and would become the eldest of her parents, Elizabeth and Joseph (deceased). In addition to her mother, she is survived by her siblings Margaret, Leland (Lorelei), Carl, and Richard (Janet), as well as many nieces and nephews.

She loved family and of all her careers, her favorite to be was a mom—and she was the best at it. Her children Christina (Ben), Michael (Katrina), and Kimberly all survive her as well as her grandchildren, Danielle and her son Odin, Zachary, Izabella, and Cynthia. She raised strong children and taught them to stand up for themselves and each other. She never started a fight but was not one you wanted to provoke. She was a friend to everyone she met and her absence from this Earth will not go unnoticed. She made sure her children were strong enough to carry on in her absence. Although, it will not be easy, Nancy was a wonderful mother but also our confidant and friend. We love you mom.

Cremation is being handled by Malloy & Esposito and a private celebration of her life will take place this Spring. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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HERRON, KIMBERLY KAY

Kimberly Kay Herron aged 54, passed away on December 24, 2019. Kim was the beloved partner of Gerald Miles for over 25 years. Mother to Tristian and Tara Herron. Daughter of James and Nina Herron. Grandmother to Mirra and Nova Herron.

Kim was born June 27, 1965. In her younger years, Kim was a competitive figure skating champion. She was loved by many and always full of laughter. She had a laugh that could be heard a mile away and the brightest smile in the room. She could make friends with anyone and always was the life of the party. Kim loved to be outdoors and go camping with her Jerry and her pup Felix. Her granddaughters were the light of her life and she loved spending time with family and friends. Kim also loved coloring and crafting. She lived her life to the fullest and will be sorely missed by everyone around her.

The family has decided to have an intimate service for family only. There will be a Celebration of Life memorial at Gerald and Kims home on June 27th, her birthday. Details to follow.
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FREDGANT, DONALD

Donald L. Fredgant, 72, passed away with his family by his side on November 21, 2019 in Cleveland,Ohio.
He was born in Granite City, Illinois to Morris Fredgant and Helen R. Breare Fredgant. He graduated from Wakefield HIgh School in 1965. He graduated from the University of Tampa in 1969. It was there that he met Nancy Clark from Wilmington, De. They married in1969 and moved to Quincy, Florida. He taught 9th grade history at Carter-Parramore. He was also an antiques dealer specializing in old medicine bottle digs.
He moved to Cleveland in the early 1980's with his second wife Doris Matthey. He held several jobs. He was the proud owner of Antiques at Hall House on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, Ohio. He was a published author of several antique books.

He was predeceased by his parents, his wife of 38 years, Doris and sisters-in-law Marilyn and Janice.
He is survived by his daughter Patti Fredgant-Yost and son-in-law Kenneth J.(Jeff) Yost and granddaughter Sasha of Wilmington,Delaware. He is survived by his ex-wife Nancy Fredgant of Wilmington,De, close friend Pat Warrick of New Jersey, niece Cindy Vagi,cousin Jim Cooper from Colorado, cousin Cindy Rodriguez from Arizona, cousin Russ Lipton from Washington, cousin Beth Jurns from Cleveland, cousin Susan, from Baltimore,Md and several Fredgant and Breare cousins.

A memorial service will be planned for 2020 in the Cleveland area.
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Krotseng, Marilyn

Marilyn Krotseng, January 23, 1934 – December 8, 2019

Born in Ellendale, MN to Hubert and Sybil Rief (nee Lester). Preceded in death by husband Rolf, and sister Pam Michels. Survived by her children Stephanie Lahti, David, Thomas, and Andy (Patty). Grandchildren Stephen Lahti (Kristy), Andy Lahti, Nicholas Murrett (Rebecca), Amy Krotseng, and Rachel Krotseng. Great grandchildren Everett, Bryce, and Harrison. Many nieces and nephews as well.

Marilyn graduated from Clintonville, WI High School and earned her Nursing degree at Mercy School of Nursing. She retired from Aristocrat Lakewood nursing home after working as Head Nurse there as well as a registered nurse at several hospitals in Cleveland.

Marilyn enjoyed racing on their many boats over the years beginning with their Flying Scot through to their Pearson 30. She thoroughly enjoyed supporting the entire family in their sailing endeavors and insisted the boat be raced. She enjoyed knitting, quilting, cross-stitching, and was an avid reader – a gift she passed on to her granddaughters.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Inter-Lake Yachtsmen’s Fund at Yachtsmensfund.org.
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