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Bruce was a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland, Ohio. As the son of British immigrants with the Church of England, Bruce was christened at Christ Church in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

Bruce served in the U. S. Coast Guard as a Hospital Corpsman and was stationed on the great Lakes. Bruce belonged to Vietnam Veterans of America and The American Legion. His dedication to service extended well into his 60’s as he marched in the Memorial Day Parade as often as he could around work and family responsibilities.

Bruce was a long-time member of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), finding his ministry serving other alcoholics with a special place in his heart for alcoholic veterans.

Bruce was trained as a secondary education teacher, having received his Bachelor’s degree at Wisconsin State University – River Falls in 1972.

Bruce was the son of Douglas and Nora, father of Justin Tash, Peter Lawton, and Catherine Anne Schopp (KJ).

Bruce met Suzette at University of Wisconsin River Falls in 1968 and the were wed on September 28, 1974. They raised their three children in Parma, Ohio.

Bruce played the upright base, was a geographer, enjoyed trains, and loved music.

Bruce was preceded in death by his parents Douglas and Nora and brothers Barry and David. Bruce was survived in death by wife Suzette and his three children and son-in-law.


James Ross Salvo age 65, passed away on November 21, 2020.

He is survived by his son James Salvo, daughter Lisa Frost (Brian), and son Tino Salvo (Alyssa), brother Frank Salvo (Ralph), sisters Teri Salvo (Tom), Tina Rimbach (Drew), and brother in law Steve Weiner. Four Grandchildren, one Great Grandchild, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Proceeded I death by his parents James and Erma Salvo, and sister Lynne Weiner.

Services will be private. A memorial service will be held at a later date next year.


Miguel Gonzalez was born June 2, 1973 in Bronx,NY and transitioned from this life on November 21, 2020 at 8:11 am. He met and married the love of his life Dorothy Mae Vickerstaff on September 14, 2007 and together they became a blended family.

Miguel attended military school. He played football for Glennville High School and graduated from Job Corp with certification in Contracting. He worked for Kirby, Anchor Tool & Die and Voss Black and Decker.

Miguel loved to meet new people and never a stranger. He would give you the shirt off his back if needed. His heart was bigger than him. Miguel was a fighter! Whatever he wanted he made it happen! Miguel was a sports fanatic that loved life but he loved his family more.

Miguel was a workaholic, who love karate movies, sports and quality time with the family. He was an out going, inspiring , funny and a motivator. It filled him with great joy to see his loved ones succeed in life. Miguel left knowing he was loved.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory: a loving devoted wife Dorothy Mae, of 13 years whom he loved and cherished. His father Nemesio Gonzalez Jr preceded him in death; His mother Maria Josefa Banks-and Step-Father Charles Banks; His siblings Nemesio Gonzalez lll, Charles Banks ll, Jodi C.Banks and Danielle J Banks. Five Children Cameron M Gonzalez, Alysia M Gonzalez, Maria J Gonzalez, Step-Children Willie L Ezell and Crystal Ezell; Six Grandchildren which he adored ; Rayshawn E Love , Ava N Ezell, A’Ja N Pettus, Aviana S Ezell , Julien L Ezell, Selena J Ezell, A host of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, family and friends.


JUDITH "JUDY" HANTAK, born January 20th,1941, daughter of Matthew A Jadud & Irene (Kopas) Jadud. Unexpectedly passed away on Thursday, November 19th,2020. She was proceeded in death by her brother Richard Jadud, with surviving siblings Matthew Jadud and Louise Koester, they grew up in the Cleveland, Strongsville and Columbia Station areas. She was mother of David A Hantak and Vicki L Rearick (Clay) and grandmother to Christopher L Clay, Kristina D. Turner (Clay) and Ashley R. Scott. She will be fondly remembered by her grandchildren, great grand children, family and friends. No services at this time with a Celebration of Life announced at a later date.


Tawnya Diane Setser, 61, of Cleveland, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 1, 2020.
Born September 24, 1959 in Madison, West Virginia. Beloved wife of Charles W. Allen. Cherished daughter of Leonard Setser, Jr. (deceased) and Linda J. Setser-Marco (nee Jarrell). Adored step daughter of Joseph Marco. Treasured sister to Rhonda J. Setser-Davis, (Ricky), Lisa G. Setser and Steven E. Setser. Devoted step mother to Mitchell Allen and Charles Allen, Jr. (deceased). Loving aunt to Kyle L. Klecan (Kaitlin) and great aunt to Kaylee G. Klecan.
Tawnya attended Trinity High School, class of 1977, where she excelled in sports and music. She was a member of the Trinity High School Marching Band playing the Clarinet, and was chosen to be a member of the very prestgious All-Ohio State Fair Band in the late 1970’s.
Tawnya enjoyed camping, fishing, gardening, and especially being a Mother to her beloved cat “Puppy Kity”. She was an advocate of animals and donated her time and money to their cause. She will be remembered for her compassion, full and generous heart, and passionate love for life.
Her ashes are being interred at the Mount Tabor Cemetery in Beckley, West Virginia.
Due to Covid, a celebration of life will be observed at a later time.

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