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Ansberg West Funeral Directors

Ansberg West Funeral Directors
3000 West Sylvania Avenue
Toledo, OH 43613
Phone: (419) 472-7633
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Warriors' Hince is truck stop treasure - Greenville News

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
I was playing in the game.” Hince stopped 22 of 24 shots as the Road Warriors beat Chicago in overtime, 3-2, on Dec. 31. He followed that with 27 saves in a 4-1 victory at Toledo on Saturday. “It was pretty neat being in Chicago playing,” Hince said. “And in Toledo I actually had some family down there. “It was good to get the win down there and see them for a couple of minutes after the game.” Missiaen rejoined the team between Hince’s starts, giving Stork two options in net. So, how much difference is there between the SPHL and the ECHL? “I’d like to say it’s completely different, but it’s not,” Hince said. “It’s just the next level higher -- crisper passes, better plays, better players, better shots, better officiating. “For the goalie it’s just reading plays. It makes it a lot easier when you’ve got better players in front of you to read those plays and not have to scramble as much as you do at the lower level.” ...

Warriors come up short against Wings - Greenville News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Vallerand brought Greenville within 5-4 with a power-play goal 2:27 into the third period. It was his 17th goal of the season. The Road Warriors, who fell to 2-2 on their six-game road trip, play at Toledo at 7:30 p.m. today and complete the trip at Wheeling at 2:05 p.m. Sunday. Greenville’s next home game is against the Gwinnett Gladiators on Thursday.

Vincent 'Jerry' Briskey - Adrian Daily Telegram

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
WALDRON, Mich. — Vincent  “Jerry” Briskey, a life-long farmer of Waldron, Mich., passed away Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012, at Elaine’s Country Care in Montgomery, Mich.He was born Aug. 7, 1929, in Toledo, Ohio, to Harry and Eleanor (Kaminski) Briskey. He married Eunice Hephner on Dec. 27, 1950, in Hudson, Mich., and she preceded him in death on Nov. 30, 2007.Jerry worked at Hoover Ball Bearing in Adrian, Mich., and retired from L & R Machines in Osseo, Mich., in 1992. He served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict and was a  member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Huds...

The final bow: 15th annual Pop Culture Necrology - Memphis Commercial Appeal

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Russ Meyer's 1965 cult classic "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!," died Feb. 4 at 72. Another buxom Meyer supervixen was Ohio-born Playmate Cynthia Myers (Nov. 4, 61), who parlayed her 1968 "Wholly Toledo!" Playboy spread into a lead role as the bassist in the rock band The Carrie Nations in "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls." Myers' "Beyond" co-star was granite-jawed tough guy Charles Napier (Oct. 5, 75), a prolific and instantly recognizable character actor whose credits include "The Blues Brothers" and "The Silence of the Lambs." Plump Peggy Rea -- better known as Lulu Hogg, nicknamed "Sugarplum Puddin'" and "Chick-a-Bitty" by her wary TV husband, Boss Hogg -- died Feb. 5 at the age of 89. Comic actor Kenneth Mars, a specialist in funny foreign accents who was sentimental Nazi playwright Frank Liebkind, author of "Springtime for Hitler," in Mel Brooks' "The Producers" (1968), died...

The final bow: 15th annual Pop Culture Necrology - Memphis Commercial Appeal

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Russ Meyer's 1965 cult classic "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!," died Feb. 4 at 72. Another buxom Meyer supervixen was Ohio-born Playmate Cynthia Myers (Nov. 4, 61), who parlayed her 1968 "Wholly Toledo!" Playboy spread into a lead role as the bassist in the rock band The Carrie Nations in "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls." Myers' "Beyond" co-star was granite-jawed tough guy Charles Napier (Oct. 5, 75), a prolific and instantly recognizable character actor whose credits include "The Blues Brothers" and "The Silence of the Lambs." Plump Peggy Rea -- better known as Lulu Hogg, nicknamed "Sugarplum Puddin'" and "Chick-a-Bitty" by her wary TV husband, Boss Hogg -- died Feb. 5 at the age of 89. Comic actor Kenneth Mars, a specialist in funny foreign accents who was sentimental Nazi playwright Frank Liebkind, author of "Springtime for Hitler," in Mel Brooks' "The Producers" (1968), died...

The future according to 'The Great Swami' - The Beacon

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Super Bowl over the St. Louis Rams.• March 2022 — ODOT announces that it will begin a major study on a major expansion of both Ohio 53 between Port Clinton and Fremont as well as Ohio 2 between Toledo and Port Clinton in response to the closing of the Ohio Turnpike, which was sold by the state of Ohio 8 years ago to Mangiovani Investments Company. County Commissioners Randy Drummond, Brenda Smith and Larry Hartlaub applaud the decision.• April 2022 — A record hatch of Asian Carp ultimately affirms that the invasive species that appeared in Lake Erie in 2018 has now officially eliminated all native species. While filming his fishing TV show, D’Arcy Egan is struck in the face by a flying carp and knocked off the boat where he is bitten by a Round Goby.• May 2022 — Ed Fitzgerald announces a key strategic partnership with several other business owners on Put-in-Bay to allow gambling on the island. However, the McCann family balks at the proposal, so the primary source of entertainment on the island will continue to be rock ’n’ roll. LONG LIVE ROCK ’N’ ROLL!!! Ageless entertainer Mike “Mad Dog” Adams also commented, but his comments were not printable!• June 2022 — The Miller Boat Line introduces a new high-speed ferry boat, the S.S. Billy Market! It goes from Catawba Point to the Lime Kiln Dock on Put-in-Bay in 3 minutes! To commemorate the maiden voyage, the Lime Kiln dock plays host to 50,000 aging Parrot Heads as Jimmy Buffet performs on the Island.• July 2022 — Lake Erie turns green from heavy phosphorus-laden algae blooms from Monroe to Cleveland. The bloom kills all of the Asian Carp in the Lake. The massive kill is blamed on asbestos contamination from the artificial reefs created in 2012 from the ruins of the old Waterworks Building in Port Clinton.• August 2022 — The Inter-Lake Yachting Association’s annual Sail Regatta at Put-in-Bay draws 357 yachts from all over the Great Lakes. The event has become the No. 1 sailing event in the world!!! For the eighth straight year, former Beacon Publisher John Schaffner wins first overall honors! Oak Harbor joins Genoa and Elmore as a highly desirable residential community fed by the huge expansion of the Materion operation and the expansion at Davis-Besse. Because of the population shift, the County Commissioners announce that they will move the county seat to Oak Harbor.• September 2022 — Eric and Kassie Anderson’s NASCAR team featuring local driver Alonzo Russo, wins the Sprint Cup in Homestead, Fla. Football season begins with the Port Clinton Lakers favored to win the Sandusky Bay Conference championship. However, they lose to Oak Harbor for the sixth straight season as the Rockets go on to the Championship.• October 2022 — A special “Sweetest Day” poll on The Beacon’s websi...

Trevor Matthew Kronbach - Ennis Daily News

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Trevor Matthew Kronbach was born to Matthew and Deborah (Phipps) Kronbach in Toledo, OH on 4/11/1990 the oldest of 10 children. Trevor had been working in the Dallas TX area for the past 3 years. In the early morning of December 20th at approximately 12:30 am he was shot and killed the victim of a robbery. He will be sorely missed. His humor, love of people and inquisitive nature gave everyone a sense that he was a special gift from God. He accepted Jesus Christ as his per...

Road Warriors top Kalamazoo - Greenville News

Fri, Dec 2, 2011
Warriors beat the Kalamazoo Wings, 5-2, Wednesday night in ECHL play. It was the second victory in as many nights for Greenville (10-7) on its four-game Midwestern swing, which continues Friday at Toledo. Greenville was outshot, 39-20, including 12-3 in the first period. Kalamazoo scored its two goals in a 13-second span early in the first period. Mike Matczak connected on a power-play goal at 3:18 and Kory Karlander lit the lamp at 3:31. Missiaen was unbeatable after that. Jeff Prough began the Greenville comeback at 5:49 of the first period wi...

Burton James Gibbons - Manteca Bulletin

Fri, Dec 2, 2011
Burton James Gibbons was born in Toledo, Ohio on April 27, 1917.  He was the first born to Laura and Howard Gibbons.  He was analytical, a problem-solver, who was able to devise a solution for any kind of problem from helping his son learn to walk to creating extra storage space in his kitchen.During his formative years he posed for his photographer father, rode bobsleds down the snowy hills of Toledo with his Uncle Ernest, playe...

Sean Catron - Adrian Daily Telegram

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
School and graduated from Hillsdale High School in 1993. He earned a BA in Theatre/Speech communications from Siena Heights University in 1999. Sean was employed at Markey’s Rental and Staging in Toledo since 2005. He was a charter member of the Adrian Jaycees.Sean was known as a skilled martial artist and wrestler, placing third in the Michigan Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Division of Blue Belt/Master Light Heavy Weight Open Tournament in October 2011. He may best be remembered by those in the Adrian community for his local TV commercials as “Jimmy Ottomon” and his command performance of Frankenfurter in the Rocky Horror Show at the Croswell Opera...




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