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Connie Martien, age 72, passed away in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday, November 23, 2019 with family at her bedside. She was preceded in death by her father Daniel Mast, her mother Bernadine Mast (Raeder), and her brother David Mast. Connie was a loving mother to her two children, son Michael Martien and daughter Renee Martien.

Connie was born in Akron, Ohio in 1947. In her youth she enjoyed caring for and riding horses, as well as ice skating. She studied Anthropology and Dental Hygiene at The Ohio State University. She was in the OSU Marching Band, in addition to being an avid ice skater on campus. Moving to Cleveland, Connie became an ice skating competitor and teacher, as well as a dental hygienist. She deeply loved horses, cats, reading and being on the ice. She spent many hours teaching kids and adults how to ice skate. Connie also loved to cook and bake and it showed in the dishes she created. She will be loved and remembered for her humor, strength and charm.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation be considered to The Cleveland Animal Protective League. Services are private at this time. We encourage a condolence message be left here.


Eileen Marie Lialios age 78 of Cleveland, peacefully passed at her home on November 3, 2019, surrounded by her family. She is survived by her wonderful children: Ethel, Sheila (Harold), Lesa, and Christopher. She also leaves behind her grandchildren: William, Harold, Ingrid (Chris), Erik (Lacy), Brandon, Bethany (Bea), Christina (Carl), and Christopher (Brasta). She is also survived by her nine great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She leaves behind her beloved sister Mary Kinsey as well. She was preceded in death by her father Lando and mother Bessie Henderson. She was also preceded in death by her life long husband and love of her life Peter Lialios. Her daughter Elsie. Her sisters: Virginia, Mable, and Patty, and her brother John Henderson. She will be deeply missed by both family and friends.

Eileen Marie Lialios was born in Grafton, West Virginia on March 6, 1941. She was the daughter of Lando and Bessie Henderson. She spent her youth in the mountains of West Virginia. She married the love of her life, Peter Lialios, in 1961 in Cleveland Ohio. Here she spent her time working in the family-owned restaurants with her husband and caring for her children at home She was a beloved mother of four daughters Ethel, Sheila, Elsie, Lesa, and one son Christopher. She was a wonderful grandmother to William, Harold, Ingrid, Erik, Christina, Brandon, Bethany, and Christopher. She also was a loving great grandmother to nine precious children and Great Great Grandmother of two. Eileen was dearly loved by family, friends and all who knew her. Eileen spent her time as a Rainbow Mom and was an esteemed member of Eastern Stars attaining the office of Ester. She was one of the sweetest and caring people you would have ever met!

You are welcome to join the family at the Brooklyn Heights Cemetery (inside the mausoleum) on Saturday, Nov 9, 2019, at 11:00 AM.


Darla Gene Evert, age 55, passed away in her Valley City home on the morning of Sunday, October 6th, 2019.

She was born to Towny Hawk and Richard Evert on October 10th, 1963. She was a nurturing daughter and caring older sister to 3 brothers, Ricky, Danny, and Dwayne. She was also a devoted, loving mother to Rikki Gene Evert and proud grandmother to Yara Gene.

Darla was an animal whisperer and dedicated her life to raising and rescuing animals. From horses to chihuahuas and all sizes in between, she truly had a passion for animals and was a healer at heart.

She was a trusted friend to many; her life will be celebrated on Sunday, November 10th, 2019 at LETHA HOUSE WEST, 5800 Richman Road. Spencer, Ohio 44275 from 1 to 8 pm.


Charles C Wilkey, 55, of Fairview Park, Oh, passed away on 10-18-2019 surrounded by family and friends. A much loved brother, son and Uncle, he was born to parents Charlene Sprankel and Everett Leon Wilkey, on 02-01-1964 in Green, Oh.

Chuck battled health issues most of his life from a pituitary tumor and finally succumbing to kidney failure following complications from the removal of his pancreas and gallbladder due to a condition that would have led to pancreatic cancer.

Chuck was a music lover and spent his happiest years as a recording engineer at Harvest Recording Studio where he also lived beneath the studio in the barn in Streetsboro, Oh. When his hearing declined he adapted by creating Red Barn Graphics to serve the visual art needs of studio patrons.

He excelled in art, music, photography, and enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

Charles is survived by Charlene Sprankel, Mother, Siblings Jeffrey Wilkey (Michalene), Melanie Doyle, Steven Sprankel (Ashley), Brian Wilkey, Benjamin Wilkey, Tara Cardona (Angel) Nieces and nephews Tara Leann, Tyler Joseph, Sean, Kaylee, Katerina, Henry and Winnie.

He was preceded in death by Everett Leon Wilkey, Father.

A brief Memorial service followed by a celebration of life is scheduled for 2pm Saturday, November 2, 2019 at The Winchester Music Tavern 12112 Madison Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107. Tamar Gray will officiate the ceremony.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to the family for Chuck's final arrangements, To share condolences online, visit Charles's obituary on BeyondTheDash.com."


In loving memory of Yolandaliz (Lala) Dominguez. Sadly Lala passed away on October 23rd 2019. Lala the daughter to Cookie was the oldest child of five. She was a beloved mother to three wonderful children. Lala was always there for her friends and family and loved to bring everyone together.
Now her family is asking for you to be there for her one more time and celebrate her life at Malloy Esposito Celebration Center located at 6384 Pearl Rd Parma OH 44130 on Saturday October 26th from 2:00-4:00pm. We are so thankful for all the love and support we have been receiving during this tragic time and look forward to celebrating Lala's life with everyone.

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