Lola I. Webb
1917 - 2016
Warren - Lola I. Webb, 98, of Warren, died Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren.
Lola was born October 1, 1917 in Little York, OH, the daughter of Albert and Bertha (Miller) Heintz.
She married Ralph K. Webb on June 1, 1940. Ralph passed away in March of 1994.
Lola was a devoted wife and mother. She raised her children in a loving environment and was generous to family members less fortunate than herself. Lola was a meticulous housekeeper, an excellent cook and loved baking. Many of her recipes will be missed by everyone who enjoyed them. Lola really enjoyed crocheting, embroidery, and doing word search puzzles.
She leaves behind a son, Carl A. (Joyce) Webb of Warren; a daughter, Martha Maryhew of Warren; grandchildren, Mark A. (Maria) Webb of Warren and Jeff A. Webb also of Warren.
Besides her husband, Ralph, she was preceded in death by a son, Larry E. Webb; brothers, Gilbert, Richard and Clifford Heintz: and a sister Dorothy Stanton; a son-in-law, Boyd Maryhew. And several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held Saturday, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, with the funeral service to follow at 12:30, at Crown Hill Chapel Mausoleum in Vienna. Pastor Ray Blasko will officiate.
Burial will take place in Crown Hill Burial Park in Vienna.
Carol J. Walters
1934 - 2016
Warren-Carol Jean Walters, 81, died Thursday, February 11, 2016 at Autumn Hills Nursing Home after a long illness. She was born December 8, 1934 in Warren, Ohio. She was the daughter of Ellen Louise Stevenson and William Phillips.
She was employed by Youngstown City Schools for 25 years as a dedicated music teacher. After retiring, she continued to substitute teach in local schools.
Carol was a devoted private piano teacher throughout her career. She belonged to numerous piano music clubs and organizations. Her passion and dedication for music encouraged and nurtured those lives that she touched throughout her whole life.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 20 years, George Walters.
Survivors include her son, Rik (Dorie) Kinney of Glendale, California: daughters, Chris (George) Nemitz of Cortland; Brenda (Mark) Best of Cortland; Darcy Kinney of Huntsville, Alabama; and Jill (Frank) Kinney Henderson of Napa, California.
Surviving grandchildren include Calyn (Jesse) Reinhart of Verdugo, California, Nathaniel (Becca) Haynie of Columbiana; Corie (Jason Lam-fiancé) Haynie of Skokie, Illinois; Erin (Donald) Whistler of Girard; David (Jessica) Best of Red Springs, NC; Brianna Best of NY, NY; Danielle Best of Cortland; and nine great grandchildren.
Calling hours will be held from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, Monday, February 15, at the Chapel in Crown Hill Burial Park in Vienna, Ohio. Services will follow and relatives are welcome to attend. Pastor Joseph Sheely will officiate the services.
Selby Funeral Home was entrusted with the services.
Dorothy S. Copeland
1922 - 2016
Cortland - Dorothy S. Copeland, 94, of Cortland, passed away Sunday, February 21, 2016, at her home, with her family by her side.
Dorothy was born in Wellman, IA, January 20, 1922, the daughter of Raymond and Helen (Entsminger) Seitsinger.
She graduated from Niles McKinley High School in 1940.
Dorothy was a homemaker, and before marrying, she worked for Burgeson and Packer, certified public accountants.
On January 10, 1948, she married William C. Copeland.
Dorothy enjoyed reading, working word search puzzles and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She loved her desserts and usually ate them before her dinner.
She is survived by sons, Ron (Marlene) Copeland, of Searcy, AR, Jim (Linise) Copeland of Atwater, MN; daughters, Betty Robbins and Rose Copeland, both from Cortland; grandchildren, Aaron Copeland, Andrea Copeland-Harper, Lyndi Schrecengost Doneyko, Brad Schrecengost, Dana Schrecengost, Emily Schrecengost, Eric Schrecengost, Jessica Eckenrod, Jordyn Copeland, Tyler Copeland and seven great-grandchildren. Dorothy also leaves behind a brother, Ralph Seitsinger of El Paso, TX.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Bill, who passed away August 7, 1991; a son, William H. Copeland; and a granddaughter, Alexandria Copeland. Also preceding her were brothers, Robert, Frank and Joseph; and a sister, Lucille.
Calling hours will be held Thursday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, with a celebration of life to begin at 2:00 pm, at Crown Hill Chapel Mausoleum in Vienna. In lieu of wearing dark clothes, the family has asked that people wear happy clothes for Dorothy, if possible.
Services will be held Thursday, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at Crown Hill’s Chapel Mausoleum in Vienna. Calling hours will be one hour prior to the service.
Arrangements were handled by Selby Funeral Home.
Beatrice A. Moran
1920 - 2016
Warren - Beatrice A. Moran, 96, of Warren, died Thursday, February 25, 2016 at Shepherd of the Valley in Warren.
Beatrice was born February 4, 1920, in Sharon, PA, the daughter of Vincent and Louise Yannesee.
She was a graduate of Sharon High School and attended college in Miami, FL to become a lab technician.
Beatrice worked as a lab Technician at Sharon Medical Clinic. She later worked at Livingstons Department Store at the Eastwood Mall.
Beatrice was a life-long member of St. Thomas The Apostle Church.
She married Theodore Moran in 1952. He passed away in January of 2011.
Beatrice leaves behind to cherish her memory a son, Ted (Nancy) Moran of Cincinnati; a daughter, Cindy (Jay) Gilson of Bazetta; a sister Janet; three grandchildren, Brian Gilson of Nashville, TN, Jenna Gilson of Nashville, TN and Michael Moran of Cincinnati.
Brothers, James, Dominic, Frank, Peter; and sisters, Carmel, Helen and Josephine preceded Beatrice in death.
Beatrice was an extraordinary mother and grandmother. She always put her family first in her life and her favorite enjoyment was cooking for her family.
Beatrice came from a large family and had many friends, and she enjoyed spending time with all of them.
Calling hours for Beatrice will be held Sunday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, at Crown Hill Chapel Mausoleum in Vienna. A Mass of the Christian burial will be held Monday at 10:00 am, at St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Vienna. There will be a short committal service at Crown Hill’s Chapel Mausoleum after the church service.
Arrangements were handled by Selby Funeral Home.