Submitted by HORIZON YOUTH THEATRE Award-winning Horizon Youth Theatre is proud to present Silly Goose, written and directed by Keith Guion, October 26th and 27th at 7 p.m. and October 28 at 2 p.m. at Otsego High School. According to its author, Silly Goose is the life story of a goose named Silvia who finds herself in three separate fairy tale adventures. As one of The Young Goslings, she and her mother and siblings have to contend with a determined fox who wants to eat them all. A mysterious man named Channer builds an iron house to protect the geese from the fox, and the fox tries several ways to trick them into opening the door so he can get at them. When Silvia is a bit older, Channer takes her to join the royal flock of geese at King Delroy’s palace. There, she meets The Goose Girl, a sad and lonely maid with a terrible secret that she cannot divulge to a human soul. So she tells Silvia, and Silvia,, with some guidance from Channer, helps the Goose Girl achieve her happy ending. After that adventure, Silvia and Channer form a partnership and travel from kingdom to kingdom helping other people achieve their happy endings and punishing the evil people who stand in their way. At some point, Silvia becomes The Golden Goose who is found by a young lad who travels to the castle with an assortment of people stuck to the goose and each other, thanks to Channer’s magic, and when the princess sees this odd parade, she laughs for the first time in years. So Silvia and Channer achieve a happy ending for the young lad and the princess. But what about Silvia’s own happy ending? Where will she find that? Is her life one wild goose chase after another? And what is it with all these goose idioms anyway? The play features 33 student actors and crew members ages 6 to 14 from several area schools including Bowling Green Public (and St. Al’s, BG Christian, BG Montessori and Sleek Academy); Perrysburg, Rossford, and Otsego. The rest of the production team: Haven Bradham, stage manager; Stephanie Truman, producer; Christina Hoekstra, costumer; Wendy Guion, props; Steve Rieske, set designer; Anne Weaver, set artist; Gray Frishman, light board operator; and Calista Wilkins, crew chief. Cast: Aidan Thomas – Fox Hannah Campbell – Silvia 2 John Simpson – Dirk Lilly Koralewski – Peasant 1 Sam Koralewski – Prince Anders Amy Claypool – Goose 2 Alice Walters – Princess Elmina Sophia Milks – Child 2, Gosling Claire Nelson – Child 1, Gosling Lauren Peppers – Deedee Sarah Keller – Silvia 1 Calista Motisher – Goose 1 Liam Rogel – Jack Addie Smith – Princess Marisa Adam Proulx – Parson Charlie Vostal – Lance Angie Ruiz – Jack’s Mother Reece Hall – Silvia 3 Emy Wilkins – Gigi Isobel Roberts-Zibbel – Bebe Ella McNamara – Clerk Emily Coen – Casey Lauren Clifford – Silvia’s Mother Lila Stover – Gosling Nash Valentine – Conrad Jonah Truman – King Delroy Crew: Stacy Anderson, Lauren Carmen, Steven Edwards, Gavin Miller, Rose Walters, Calista Wilkins Otsego High School is only seven miles from Downtown BG. Tickets available now at the HYT website or at the door for only $5.00. Fun for the whole family! As…
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To the Editor: The Mental Health Committee of the League of Women Voters of Bowling Green urges a positive vote for the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Metal Health Services (ADAMHS) Board’s levy. This 1.0 mill, 10-year replacement levy will provide funding forjust over one-third of the costs of the county’s mental health and addiction services, about $3,263,000 a year. A replacement levy is not a new tax. It keeps the millage the same, but uses current property values. The levy will cost $35.00 per $100,000 home valuation. This is about an $8.60 increase yearly to the home owner. The ADAMHS Board is comprised of eighteen volunteer Wood County community members, bringing with them a variety of expertise and experience. The Board operations are conducted by the Executive Director and six staff. The Board assesses the county’s mental health and substance abuse problems and plans for cost effective services to address them. It then contracts with certified community agencies to provide programs and therapiesand monitors and evaluates these services. It raises funds through levies and grants. Mental health and addiction services and programs include treatment and support for recovery, crisis response and intervention services, the latter working closely with law enforcement. The ADAMHS Board funds agencies’ nationallyrecognized community education and prevention programs, including those aimed at the rising opiate epidemic and the increasing number of suicides in Wood County. Services reach all ages of Wood County residents. Some agencies receiving program funding include: The Children’s Resource Center, Harbor Wood Co., Unison Health, the Zepf Center, Lutheran Social Services, and A Renewed Mind. The ADAMHS Board also contracts with three hospitals that provide inpatient psychiatric services. This levy is a good investment in the lives of people dealing with difficult problems. Helping them and their families helpsmake stronger communities for all of us. Lee Hakel, President, League of Women Voters of Bowling Green Charlotte Scherer, Chair, Mental Health Committee
Submitted by HORIZON YOUTH THEATRE Award-winning Horizon Youth Theatre is proud to present Jason Robert Brown’s 13 the Musical October 4th and 6th at 7:00 pm and October 7th at 2:00 pm at Otsego High School. Paraphrasing from Music Theatre International’s website, 13, which is celebrating its tenth year, is a musical about fitting in, and (of course) standing out. Geek… poser… jock… beauty queen… wannabe: these are the labels that can last a lifetime. In the story by Dan Elish and Robert Horn, Evan Goldman is unexpectedly plucked from his fast-paced, preteen New York City life and plopped into a sleepy Indiana town following his parents’ divorce. Surrounded by a new array of small town – and sometimes small minded – middle school students, he needs to establish his place in the popularity pecking order. Can he situate himself on a comfortable link of the food chain… or will he dangle at the end with the freaks and nerds? Directed by Cassie Greenlee, the musical features 13 students ages 12-17 from several area schools including Bowling Green. The rest of the production team: Kat Knoell, stage manager; Tim Barker, choreographer; Tyler Strayer, music director; Kay Kleingers, technical director; and Meghan Koesters, assistant director. Cast list: Evan – Thomas Long Patrice – Terra Sloane Archie – M Clifford Brett – Isaac Douglass Lucy – Scarlet Frishman Kendra – Anne Weaver Eddie – Bob Walters Malcolm – Gavin Miller Simon – Eli Marx Ritchie – Aubrey Evans Charlotte – Rose Walters Molly – Whitney Bechstein Cassie – Alexandra Meade Though the musical is about teenagers, the stories that come to life here are ageless, the emotions they explore timeless, the laughter and the memories they provide priceless. Otsego High School is only seven minutes from downtown BG. Come enjoy the singing, dancing, and PG-13 humor… and leave the little ones at home this time! Bring them to HYT’s Silly Goose October 26-28. Tickets available now for both shows on Horizon Youth Theatre’s website. Prices for 13 are $10.00 student / senior and $13.00 adult.
Richard L Malone “Dutch”, 74, of Bowling Green, OH passed away Monday, September 17, 2018. He was born at home in Bowling Green, Ohio to the late Edward Malone and Helen Johnston. Dutch owned and operated a radiator repair and knife sharpening business in Bowling Green. He was able to work this business up until a week before he passed. Memorial contributions in Dutch’s honor may be gifted to Bridge Hospice Care Center, 1069 Klotz Road Bowling Green, Ohio 43402. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home & Crematory, 1460 W. Wooster St., Bowling Green, OH 43402. Tele. 419-352-2171. Hanneman Family Funeral Homes is honored to serve Dutch’s family and encourage those to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.hannemanfh.com.
Wilma C. (Imbrock) Robinson, 92, formerly of Waterville, Ohio, passed away September 20, 2018 at The Waterford at Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio. Wilma was born April 7, 1926 to Fred and Lydia Imbrock. She married Kenneth H. Robinson in 1948 and he preceded her in death in 2010. They resided in Waterville, Ohio for 50 years and raised three children. Wilma’s passion was education. At 36, she began her lifelong dream of achieving a college education. She received a B.S. in Education from BGSU in 1966, a MEd. in Guidance and Counseling from BGSU in 1973, and her Doctor of Philosophy in Administration and Counseling from UT in 1978. Wilma taught English at Rogers High School, was a guidance counselor at Central Catholic High School and St. John’s Jesuit High School, and worked as the assistant principal at Anthony Wayne High School. Wilma mentored many women to pursue their educational dreams. . Wilma was a lifelong learner and became a volunteer docent at The Toledo Museum of Art where she made many dear friends. She also traveled extensively and visited all seven continents. Both of these activities were an extension of her love for learning. Wilma is survived by her children Thomas (Mary) Robinson, Janis Entenman, and James (Debra) Robinson. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, David Entenman, Todd (Christa) Entenman, Megan (Randy) Doyle, Kyle Entenman, Daniel (Jessica) Robinson, Callan (Bronson) Lipinski, David (RaShea) Robinson, and Laura Verdugo, along with 13 great grandchildren. Her 14th great grandchild is expected in January, 2019. She was preceded in death by a daughter-in-law, Amy Robinson. Visitation will be at Peinert-Dunn Funeral Home, 7220 Dutch Road, Waterville, Ohio on Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 3:00 – 7:00 PM, with a funeral service at 11:00 AM on Monday, September 24, 2018 at Zion Lutheran Church, 22 North Second Street, Waterville, Ohio. Interment will follow at Wakeman Cemetery, Waterville, Ohio with Pastor Stephen Bauerle officiating. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Zion Lutheran Church Scholarship Fund, The Toledo Museum of Art, or The Salvation Army. To write a special message for Wilma’s family, visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.
Robert (Bob) Edwin Stinson passed from this world on Monday September 17, 2018 at Bridge Hospice in Bowling Green. He was born on February 5, 1920, in Jeffersonville, PA, to Spencer and Olga (Combes) Stinson. Professor Emeritus of Art at Bowling Green State University, Bob taught both drawing and painting courses as well as art history throughout a 40-year career. He was the last living member of the original BGSU School of Art faculty. His paintings, in acrylics, oils, and watercolors, are owned by museums and individuals from Arizona to New York and Texas to Ohio, as well as overseas. He was also coauthor of Art Fundamentals, Theory and Practice, a textbook widely used in universities and colleges throughout the U.S. A WWII veteran, Bob served in the Pacific theater of operations from 1942-45. After attending Indiana State College for a time, he received his BFA in Painting from the University of Illinois. After receiving his MA in Art History at the University of Iowa, and during his pursuit of his MFA in Painting at that university, he met and married the love of his life, Nilda J. Castro de Perea, in 1949. They then moved to Bowling Green, Ohio, where they remained through 60 years of marriage and to the end of their lives. Bob is also the author of a condensed history of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Art. He traveled throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Europe, Latin America, Japan, and China, sketching localities and photographing art for painting and historical research purposes. Bob loved to work on his trains, building villages and towns in the basement of his family’s home. He also followed his favorite football team, the BGSU Falcons, on which he kept a file. A devoted father and husband, Bob camped and traveled with his family all over the U.S. Toward the end of his life, he became a member of The Center for Conscious Living in Waterville, Ohio, embracing the love, fellowship, and diverse views about religions and spirituality there. Bob is survived by his daughters, Melanie A. Stinson, Bowling Green, and Pamela Stinson-Bell, Chester, NY, and a variety of cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nilda, two brothers, Richard and Davis Stinson, his parents, and his son-in-law, David H. Bell. Family and friends may gather at Dunn Funeral Home, located in the Historical District of Bowling Green at 408 Wooster St., on Friday September 21, 2018 from 4-7 p.m. There will be a Celebration of Bob’s Life at The Center for Conscious Living, 7410 Noward Road off Route 64, Waterville, Ohio, (between Waterville and Whitehouse) on Saturday September 22, 2018 at 1:00p.m. Lunch will follow at the Center, the traditional potluck of CCL members, with catered food as well. The interment in Oak Grove Cemetery, Bowling Green, will be private. The family wishes to thank Wood County Hospital, Bridge Home Health and Hospice, and The Center for Conscious Living for all their care and support. Memorial contributions in Robert E. Stinson’s name may be directed to The Center for Conscious Living, 7410 Noward Road, Waterville, Ohio 43566; the Salvation Army; Bowling Green Food Pantry; the BGSU School of Art, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403; or Bridge Home Health and Hospice, 1069 Klotz Rd., Bowling Green, Ohio…
Carolyn Cheadle, 60, of Bowling Green, OH passed away Monday, September 10, 2018. Carolyn was born in Pittsburgh, PA to William Cadwell of Pittsburgh and the late Patricia (Berry) Cadwell. Along with her father Bill, Carolyn is survived by her sons: Tyler Cheadle of Raleigh, NC and Nathan Cheadle of Philadelphia, PA; sister: Jeanette (Jay) Wilhelmi of Winston-Salem, NC; nephew: Jonathan Wilhelmi, and niece: Rebecca Wilhelmi; and a whole host of friends who were very dear to her. Carolyn graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, PA in 1980 with a degree in Business Administration. She moved to Ohio shortly after graduation, and she considered Bowling Green to be her home. Carolyn worked for Century Marketing for 18 years, most recently in Sales Support, and she loved her coworkers like family. Carolyn enjoyed spending time at the beach, being out on boats, taking walks, listening to country music, traveling, spending time with friends, and especially rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The family is deeply grateful for the loving support provided by her co-workers and many other friends during her lengthy illness. A Celebration of Life service for Carolyn will be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 1:00 PM in the Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home Remembrance Chapel, 1460 W. Wooster St., Bowling Green, OH 43402. Tele. 419-352-2171. A Memorial Gathering will be held immediately following the Celebration of Life service in the Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home Banquet Hall. Memorial contributions in Carolyn’s honor may be gifted to the American Cancer Society, 740 Commerce Drive, Suite B, Perrysburg, OH 43551; or to a charity of the donor’s choice. Hanneman Family Funeral Homes is honored to serve Carolyn’s family and encourages those to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.hannemanfh.com.
Harold “Skip” Richmond, 91, of Bowling Green, Ohio passed away on September 13, 2018. He was born to the late Harold and Florence Richmond in Chesterland, Ohio. He is survived by his daughters, Pam (Gregory) Jonas and Claudia Richmond, his Brother, Donald (Joan) Richmond, and nephew, Marc Richmond. He is preceded in death by his wife, Cleo Richmond. Skip served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII and was a graduate of Bowling Green State University, where he majored in business and was an active member of his fraternity. He owned and operated Electrical Contracting & Supply Company in Bowling Green, Ohio for many years. Skip was a member of the Elks lodge and the Sports Car Club of America. Skip was more than just a fan of Indy car racing; He volunteered to serve as the assistant director of safety for the Championship Auto Racing team for many years. A gathering of friends will be held on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 12 NOON to 2 PM at the Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home Remembrance Banquet Hall, 1460 W. Wooster St., Bowling Green, OH 43402. Tel. 419-352-2171. Memorial contributions in Skip’s honor may be gifted to the American Cancer Society, 740 Commerce Drive, Suite B, Perrysburg, OH 43551. Hanneman Family Funeral Homes is honored to serve Skip’s family and encourages those to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.hannemanfh.com.
Ronald Gene Meek, 70, of Tontogany, Ohio, passed away September 12, 2018, at his home. Ron was born April 7, 1948, to Roscoe Edwin and Hazel Marie (Pauff) Meek in Bowling Green, Ohio. He was a 1966 graduate of Otsego High School. Ron married Linda Sue Stuckey on April 15, 1967, at the Plain Church in Bowling Green. Ron loved the outdoors. Throughout his lifetime, he thoroughly enjoyed hunting, fishing, and other outdoor sports with friends and family. As a member of the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 441, Tontogany, Ohio, he provided many hours of community service over the years, and served on the former Board of Public Affairs for Tontogany. Ron is survived by his wife and best friend of 51 years, Linda, his son, Kelly Meek, daughters Kristie (Frank “Chip”) Tokar, and Shelly (Geoff Hartbarger) Schmidt, his grandchildren Jacob, Frank III, Daniel, Rayna, Mason, Devin, Noah, Dane and Stevie, his brother Richard Meek, sisters Colleen Kirby and Carla Miller, and his furry companion Lena. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, brother Robert Meek, and sister in law Nina Meek. A celebration of Ron’s life will be held in the future. Memorial donations in Ron’s memory may be gifted to the Sons of American Legion Squadron 441, or the Wood County Humane Society. Services are entrusted to the Peinert Dunn Funeral Home in Tontogany, Ohio. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.
Shirley Mae Grill Bishop Goldman was born July 2, 1928 in Dunbridge, OH. She was raised by F.W. and Nell Grill in Tiffin, OH. She graduated from Tiffin Columbian High School and from Heidelberg College with a degree in education. She taught first grade for two years in Sandusky, OH City Schools and taught kindergarten for 17 years in Elmwood Local Schools, Wood County, OH. Shirley loved the outdoors and cherished her memories of childhood summers spent at Lake Mohawk, camping and picnicking at East Harbor State Park and sharing that love with her children and with girls as a Girl Scout leader. In 1952 she married Ted Bishop and together they had four children. Later the marriage was dissolved. In 1981 she married Robert Goldman. They shared a love of history, language and travel. Her favorite place to visit was England and they traveled there several times. Shirley was a past member of the writers group and the readers group of AAUW, University Women, Wood County Retired Teachers, Woman’s Club, and Wood County Historical Society where she and Bob volunteered. Along with her husband of 37 years, Bob, she is survived by her children Jane (Dave) Shively, Martha Bishop (Ed Newman), Barb (Fuzzy) David and John (Cathy) Bishop and step-daughters Christine George and Lisa (Dennis) Doyle. She is also survived by grandchildren Carrie Hancock, Kris Hiser, Jeff Hiser, Danielle Bishop Rueda-Fabila, Alexandra Bishop and Devin Doyle, by great-grandchildren Kyler, Regann and Brennan Hiser and by nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Helen Grill, brother James Abrams, sister Helen Nuzum, daughter-in-law Barbara S. Bishop and grandson Ben Shively. Visitation will be held on Saturday September 8, 2018 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Dunn Funeral Home, located in the Historical District of Bowling Green at 408 West Wooster St. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Sunday September 9, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Additional visitation will be held Sunday from Noon until the time of the service at 12:30 p.m. Interment will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be given in memory to The Wood County Historical Society or Elmwood Elementary School Library. To share an online condolence or fond memory with the Goldman family, please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.
Ricky Jay Evans, age 65, of Bowling Green, OH passed away on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at Wood County Hospital. He was born on August 11, 1953 in Toledo, OH to Robert R. & Ardeth E. (Phillips) Evans. Ricky was a 1973 graduate of Eastwood High School. He retired from Wood Lane Industries after 46 ½ years, having worked in various position which included; sorting, machine operator and cashier just to name a few. Known for being a gentleman and a scholar, he spent much of his time at the “Grounds for Thought” book store, as he was a vivacious reader. He was a hat collector and an avid sports fan especially of the Detroit Tigers. Amongst his greatest joy was spending time with family, especially with his “Grandma Midge” before her passing. Ricky is survived by his twin brother: Robin R. Evans of Custar, sisters: Laurel Sue Martin of Pemberville, Brooke Caperton of Luckey, nieces: Dawn Scott, Tanya Beard, Misty Rosenbaum, nephew: Steven Bowers and numerous great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, beloved grandmother Midge Burgess, brothers: Philip Scott and Kim Scott. Family and friends will be received 3-8 p.m., Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at the Marsh & Marsteller Funeral Home, 110 Main Street, Luckey, OH where funeral services will be conducted 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 12, 2018. There will be an additional time of visitation from 10 a.m. until time of service. Interment will be in Troy Township Cemetery, Luckey, OH. A luncheon will be served in the fellowship hall at Faith United Methodist Church, 111 Main Street, Luckey, immediately following services at the funeral home. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials take the form of contributions to: The Special Olympics. Those wishing to express a word of encouragement, share a memory or photo may do so at www.marshfuneralhomes.com.
James Richard Robertson,75, of Perrysburg, passed away September 1, 2018 on his family farm. Jim was born July 24, 1943 in Bowling Green to Alfred Alexander and Lena Getrude (Tyson) Robertson. On July 18, 1964 he married Rebecca (Voland) at the Zoar Lutheran Church in Perrysburg. Jim was a lifelong farmer on his family farm in Middleton Township. He was the Head Custodian of the Perrysburg Middle School for over 20 years. Jim was a member of the Zoar Lutheran Church and the Wood County Farm Bureau. Anybody who knew Jim Robertson knows what a great guy he was! Mr. Robertson is survived by his wife Becky, his son John Richard (Debbie Toffler) Robertson of Bowling Green, his daughter Christine Lisa (Jon Larsen) Robertson Larsen of Longwood, Florida and his son Todd Patrick Robertson of Cypress, Texas, his grandsons Tyler and Chad Robertson, his brother Leslie Alfred Robertson of Perrysburg, his sisters Gertrude Anne Robertson of Kissimmee, Florida and Emily Mae Robertson of Toledo. James was preceded in death by his parents. Friends and family are invited to a Memorial Service for Jim at the Zoar Lutheran Church ,314 E. Indiana St., Perrysburg, OH 43551 on Friday September 7 at 11:00 am with Pastor Timothy P. Philabaum officiating. In Jim’s memory donations are encouraged to the Zoar Lutheran Church. Jim’s services were entrusted to the Peinert Dunn Funeral Home in Tontogany, Ohio. To leave an online condolence please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com .
Mary Elizabeth Goodenow, 66, of Bowling Green, Ohio passed away Thursday August 30, 2018. She was born September 16, 1951 in Sandusky, Ohio to the late Del and Dorothy (Hohler) Seiler. She married Dan Goodenow November 23, 1973 and he survives in Bowling Green. Mary graduated from Sandusky High School in 1969 and came to BGSU in the fall of that year. She received her BA in Education from BGSU in 1973. She worked for one year in Vermilion, Ohio at St. Mary Catholic Elementary School. In 1974, she was hired as a teacher at St. Aloysius Catholic School in Bowling Green. Mary worked at St. Al’s for over 35 years as a junior high teacher, and stepped up when needed to serve two years as the school principal. After retiring from St. Aloysius, Mary was an intervention tutor at Eastwood elementary schools for five years. Mary was an instructor in the Catholic Diocese Model Teachers program for many years, and won the distinguished Toledo Diocese Golden Apple Award in 2006, which was established to honor outstanding individuals who devote their lives to teaching in Catholic schools. She was active within the St. Aloysius community, including positions of Summer Camp Director at Camp DeSales, Girl Scout leader and roles on both the school and parish councils. While at BGSU, Mary became a member of a campus Christian Women’s club, Kappa Phi. Mary remained active in the organization her entire life, including being the Sponsor for the BGSU club for many years. She was active in the Kappa Phi Alumni Association, and made many life-long friends through Kappa Phi activities. Mary was married to Dan Goodenow and he survives, along with daughters Debra (Paul) Messman and Beth (Craig) Corrigan. She is also survived by her seven siblings, James Seiler of Sandusky, Ohio, John (Joellen) Seiler of Sandusky, Ohio, Larry (Snooki) Seiler of Sandusky, Ohio, Bernie (Candace) Seiler of Huron, Ohio, Jean Dye of Sandusky, Ohio, Jill (Paul) Schroeder of Sandusky, Oho and Janet Lippus of Sandusky, Ohio. Visitation will be held on Tuesday September 4, 2018 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Dunn Funeral Home, located in the Historical District of Bowling Green at 408 West Wooster St. A Scripture Service will be held at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday evening at the funeral home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday September 5, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 150 S. Enterprise St. Bowling Green, Ohio 43402. Father Mark Davis will officiate. Interment will immediately follow the service at Oak Grove Cemetery in Bowling Green. Following the services at the cemetery, a luncheon will be held at Nazareth Hall. 21211 W. River Rd. Grand Rapids, Ohio 43522. Memorial contributions may be given in her memory to St. Aloysius Catholic School Development Fund or the Kappa Phi Development Fund. To share an online condolence or fond memory with the Goodenow family please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.
Mikhail S. Vinogradov, 75, of Bowling Green, Ohio passed away August 24, 2018. He was born April 30, 1943 in Rybinsk, Russia to the late Semyon Vinogradov and Valentina (Antonova) Vinogradova. He married Lyudmila (Yakovleva) Vinogradova and she survives in Syosset, New York. Mikhail worked as a manager of engineering department in Russia and after moving to US, worked in construction. He took great pride in working with his hands doing contracting work in Bowling Green. He had a deep passion for travel, world culture, history and the arts. He was an avid reader, a great cook and enjoyed gardening. His greatest joy in life came from time spent with his family and friends. Along with his wife Lyudmila, Mikhail is survived by his daughter Daria (Christopher) Colangelo of Lake Balboa, California, step-daughters Mariana Steffan of Bowling Green, Ohio and Anna (Jeffrey) Levitan of Oyster Bay Cove, New York, grandchildren Violet, Peter, Paulina, Jesse, Sabrina and Anna and great-grandchildren Maya and Charles. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday August 31, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Dunn Funeral Home, located in the Historical District of Bowling Green at 408 West Wooster St. Pastor Jaryd Motsinger will officiate. Visitation will be held Friday morning at the funeral home from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service at 11:00 a.m. Memorial contributions may be given in his memory to a charity of the donor’s choice. To share an online condolence or fond memory with the family please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.
Linda Sue Cooper, 71, of Bowling Green, OH, went to be with our Lord on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 She was born on November 19, 1946 in Belcher, KY to the late Clyde and Cinda Rowe. She graduated from Perrysburg High School in 1965 and held several different jobs including Captial Plastics (Leer) for 20 years and Walmart before retirement due to illness. Linda is survived by her son, Jack David (Barbara) Cooper of Fort Oglethorpe, GA, her brother Ronnie B. (Margot) Rowe of Louisville, KY and her sister Emma F. Keil of Holland OH, along with her friend Reid Wickiser of Bowling Green. She was preceded in death by her parents along with her daughter Kimberly Sue Cooper and her sister Joyce G. Furry. She was a wonderful mother, sister, aunt and friend to many. Even though you are gone, you are not forgotten. We will see you again when all the family is together in God’s home. Funeral arrangements are pending at this time and will be announced at a later date. To share an online condolence or fond memory with the family please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com.