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DECEMBER 2012
Clarence F. Kolley

1918 - 2012


 
Cortland - Clarence F. Kolley, 94, passed away Monday, December 3, 2012 at Lake Vista in Cortland.
 
Clarence was born June 9, 1918 in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Frank and Anna (Kubera) Kolley.
 
He was a graduate of Bloomfield High School and a veteran of WWII.
 
Clarence owned and operated his own home-improvement business for 55 years.
 
Clarence married Leone Thomas on February 23, 1967. She passed away in September of 2008.
 
Clarence was an avid Cleveland Indians fan and enjoyed playing cards and attending various polka festivals. He served on the grounds committee for Lake Vista and was also a member of the choir. He was a charter member of the Lions Club in North Bloomfield and later transferred to the West Warren Lions Club.
 
 He leaves behind a daughter, Donna (Don) Loomis of Lake Milton; step-sons Tom (Janice) Thomas of Mecca and Kenneth (Natalie) Thomas of Pleasant View, TN; nine grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
 
Along with his wife, Leone, a daughter, Gwenn Smith; grandsons Gregory Smith and Tommy L. Thomas, Jr.; two brothers and a sister preceded Clarence in death.
 
The family would like to express sincere thanks to the staff of the Lake Vista rehab facility for all their compassion and care shown to Clarence.
 
Calling hours will be 5:00 to 7:00 pm Thursday and 10:00 to 11:00 am Friday with the funeral service to follow at 11:00 am, at Crown Hill Chapel Mausoleum in Vienna. Pastor Duane Jessie will officiate.
 
Entombment will take place at Crown Hill Burial Park.
 
Selby Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


 

Florence E. Capatch

1940 - 2012

Vienna-Florence E. Capatch, 91, passed away Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at Concord Care Center of Hartford, with her family by her side.
 
The daughter of Robert and Caroline (Truman) Edwards, Florence was born June 26, 2012 in Spencer Massachusetts. In 1940 she graduated from East Brookfield High School in Brookfield Mass. After graduation she worked in a shoe factory during World War II. She went on to work as a cutter operator at Packard-Electric Division of General Motors Corporation for 36 years before retirement in 1986.


Florence was an independent woman who loved to travel and enjoyed taking care of her rock garden. Above all other things she loved her family and the time she spent with them.


She leaves behind her five children Susan (George) Finn, Frank Capatch, Carol (Kenny) Wilson, William (Kim) Capatch, and Cynthia (Gary) Bauer. She is also survived by her six grandchildren, two great granddaughters, her sister Elizabeth Goodrow and her good friend Jeannie Spohn.


She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother Jake Edwards. 


A private service will be held by the family at a later date. 


Entombment will take place at Crown Hill Burial Park.


Selby Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.



Mary Louise Kover

1920 - 2012
Mary Louise Kover of Niles passed away peacefully in the early morning hours on Sunday December 23, 2012 at Hospice House in Poland. She was 92 years old.
The daughter of Frank and Philomena (DiBernardi) Jeswald, Mary was born March 13, 1920 in Niles, Ohio. On February 14, 1945 she married Henry Kover, with whom she spent 46 wonderful years of marriage before his passing in 1991.
Mary had attended Niles-McKinley before going on to work as a cook for Rudy’s Restaurant and later Scope in Warren, where she retired from in 1992.
She enjoyed the simple pleasures in life often crocheting or doing crosswords, she was also very fond of playing BINGO.
She is survived by her children Henry (Patty) Kover of Niles, Harold (Sandy) Kover of Mineral Ridge, Valerie (Charles) Wright of Niles, Cynthia (Glenn) Ford whom she lived with in Niles, Mary Beth (Gary) Turner of Akron, and her step-son Thomas (Joanna) Kover of Long Beach CA. She also leaves behind 12 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandson, and several nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Henry Kover, her sisters Flanda Benigno and Sylvia Battagline, her brothers Don Jeswald and Sam Jeswald, her step-daughter Shirley Jeswald and her great grandson Lucas Marotti.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mary’s name to Hospice House.
Arrangements handled by Selby Funeral Home.
She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.



Ada C. Sutter


1926 - 2012




Warren - Ada Callahan Sutter, 86, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012, at Community Skilled Nursing Centre in Warren after a yearlong illness.
She was born Sept. 20, 1926, in Ravenna, the daughter of Gilbert Andrew Hostetler and Mary Lou Binegar.
Ada lived and worked in Warren most of her life. She spent her career in data processing and implementing computer installations in hospitals, including St. Joseph Hospital and Hillside Hospital.
After her retirement, she began a new career as a community volunteer in conservation. She and her husband started a stream monitoring program in Trumbull County which was the first in the state.
For the past 25 years, Ada was a volunteer and eventually became vice chairwoman of both the great Ohio Lake to River Greenway Coalition and the Friends of Western Reserve Greenway. Ada has received several proclamations for her dedicated efforts in getting these bicycle trails completed.
During this time span, Ada also was a supervisor, associate supervisor and active volunteer for the Water Conservation District.
She and her husband received the Bill Penn Memorial Conservation Award in 1990 for their more than 500 hours of volunteer time in that year, which included coordinating the stream monitoring program. She provided education outreach for wildlife and the environment including a beaver station at the Watershed Field School, where school-age children could learn about the beaver's natural habitat. She loved working with children and encouraging their interests in wildlife.
Ada was a poll worker for the Board of Elections in the 1990s and served as a county central committeeperson for the Trumbull County Republican Party since 1998.
Ada loved life and was actively involved in her family, community, environment and world. She loved to travel, and visited many foreign countries and much of the United States.
Ada was a pioneer in the implementation of computers in several hospitals and was proud of her career in this field. She was also proud of her family and her contributions to the environment, particularly the completion of the Western Reserve Greenway Trail.
She was a caring mother who gave unconditional love and support to her family, friends and people in need. In a 1998 newspaper article about Ada's love of bird watching, she was quoted as saying she "wanted to do something to improve the world." She did.
Ada will be greatly missed by her daughters, Sandra Van Cleave of Lordstown, Lorraine Dziedzic of Warren and Patricia (Mark T. Stewart) Callahan of Champion; son, Mark Callahan of Warren; grandsons, Thomas Van Cleave, Michael Van Cleave and Bernie (Linda) Dziedzic; granddaughters, Marti Callahan and Amanda Callahan; and great-granddaughter, Sophia Callahan.
Ada was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Sutter; brothers Gilbert (Hack) Hostetler, Art Hostetler, and William Hostetler; sisters Alice Benshoff and Betty Whitman.
A memorial service for Ada will be held 11 a.m. Friday at Crown Hill Burial Park Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made in Ada's name to the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County.
Selby Funeral Home handled the arrangements.



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