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Burr Funeral Home and Cremation Service

116 South Street
Chardon, OH 44024
(440) 285-2182
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10400 Kirtland Chardon Road
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Funeral services set for Fire Captain Michael L. Palumbo Jr. - News-Herald.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Curtis Blvd., Eastlake.A Mass of Christian Burial will be 1 p.m. June 3 at Immaculate Conception Church, 37932 Euclid Ave., Willoughby.AdvertisementBurial will follow at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon Township.The funeral procession will include two fire trucks, one each from Beachwood and Willowick. The procession will cross under two ladders as it enters the cemetery.Visitation and the funeral Mass are open to the public. Palumbo is described by his wife, Christina, as a devoted husband, father, and friend who always put his faith and family first. “He was an honorable husband who was committed to his family,” said Palumbo’s wife Christina. “He was devoted, faithful and proud of his kids and he worked as hard as could so his kids could succeed.”Euclid fire Lt. Bill Mastroianni and a close friend of the Palumbo family described him as always exemplifying the true meaning of brotherhood.“Mike always put others before himself and was there to teach,” Mastroianni said. “He was the example of what a true leader should be. Palumbo is most noted for his help in passing the law that bears his name enabling firefighters to file for benefits with a diagnosis of occupational cancer that isn’t “Mike’s legacy isn’t only about the Michael Palumbo act,” Mastroianni said. “He has left an imprint on the fire service which will transcend to future generations of firefighters.” “He was well-respected and a mentor to all,” Christina said. “He was a role model and a brother to all, and above all he was a friend to all.”Don’t miss>> Area hero, l...

TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Falls,a juried fine art and craft festival, June 10 and 11in Riverside Park, Chagrin Falls. Call 440-247-7507 or visit www.valleyartcenter.org.Willoughby Hills Community Center Gallery: 35400 Chardon Road, presents “Pigments & Film,” featuring Connie Adams (acrylic and watercolor), Wayne Mazorow (photography) and Lauren Consolo Smith (acrylic), through July 3. Call 440-918-8730 or visit www.willoughbyhills-oh.gov.Comedy ?Cleveland Improv: 1148 Main Ave., Cleveland, presents Corey Holcomb, June 9 through 11; Ms. Pat, June 15 through 18; Special K, June 23 through 25;Doug Stanhope, June 25; Steve Trevino, June 29 through July 2. Call 216-696-4677 or visit ClevelandImprov.com.Hard Rock Rocksino At Northfield Park: 10777 Northfield Road, Northfield, presents Ron White, July 28. Call 330-908-7625 or visit www.hrrocksinonorthfieldpark.com.Hilarities 4th Street Theatre: 2025 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, presents Black, June 8 and 11; Nick Di Paolo, June 9 and 10; Jake Johannsen, June 15 through 18The Mike Polk Jr. Show “Live,” June 20; Maronzio Vance, June 21; Sinbad, June 22 through 24; Brent Terhune, June 25; Mike Herryfield, June 28;Contagious Comedy, June 29; Alonzo Bodden, June 30 through July 2; Mark Normand, July 5 through 8. Call 216-736-4242 or visit www.pickwickandfrolic.com/shows/hilarities-4th-street-theatre.Playhouse Square: 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents Paula Poundstone, Oct. 20. Call 216-241-6000, or visit www.playhousesquare.com.Sandusky State Theatre: 107 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, presents Derrick Eason, Ken Bergman, June 9. Call 419-626-1950 or visit www.sanduskystate.com.Concerts Agora Theatre & Ballroom: 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents State of Conviction, June 9; Lil Uzi Vert, June 9; Blood on the Dance Floor, June 10; Chon, June 15; Dohm, June 16; Otep, The Convalescence, One Day Waiting, June 17; Banks, June 19; At the Drive In, June 21; Fates Warning, June 22; Affiance, Nine Shrines, June 24; Miss May I, Upon a Burning Body, Kublai Khan, June 28; Ventana, June 30; Impending Lies, July 1; Punchline, July 7; Kings X, July 8; Matty B, July 9; King Lil G, July 12; Fallen Captive, July 14; Negative Approach, Bloodclot, July 26; The Shins, July 29; Galactic Empire, Dangerkids, Aug. 3; Black Death Resurrected, Sauron, Lethal Attack, Aug. 4; Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Aug. 5; Little Ozzy (Ozzy Osbourne tribute), Aug. 12; Epica, Lununa Coil, Insomnium, Sept. 5; Venom Inc., Goatwhore, Toxic Holocaust, Sept. 7; VNV Nation, Sept. 21; Gogol Bordello, Sept. 25; Ghost Bath, Sept. 25; Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist, Polyphia, Sept. 27; Lords of Acid, Combichrist, Sept. 29; KMFDM, Ohgr, Lord of the Lost, Oct. 4. Visit www.clevelandagora.com.Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Paramore, Best Coast, Oct. 15. Call 330-253-2488 or visi...

Tiffanie Harter

Saturday, April 08, 2017

She built strong character and taught good values into her children. She was preceded in death by a Brother; Chardon DeArtgo Sloan and a Sister; Uniquica Sharesa Brown. Tiffanie is survived by her Husband: Gregory Harter; Children: Treveyon Young and Gregory Harter, Jr.; Step-Children:Lukas Harter, Isaiah Harter, Zachary Harter and Amber Harter Benson; Parents: James and Linda Young and Step-Father: Don Brown; Sisters: Jalundria Young and Teresa Moham and Shakerian Taylor. The Visitation will be on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Warren Funeral Home from 3 pm until the Service at 5 pm.

George Voinovich remembered not as politician, but as man of faith - cleveland.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Ted Strickland and U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan.Previous coverage: George Voinovich, former Cleveland mayor, Ohio governor and U.S. senator, diesVoinovich's final resting place will be All Souls Cemetery in Chardon. He was to be carried there in a procession following the service. As the crowd flowed out of the church in Euclid, dozens of bystanders, many holding American flags, had lined either side of Lakeshore Boulevard, the starting point for the procession, for one last farewell.Here's what was said at his funeral.Setting the example The Rev. Joseph Fortuna, delivering the homily, talked about Voinovich as an man of great faith who gave of himself to help others around him. Voinovich discussed that philosophy when he announced in 2009 that he wouldn't seek another term in the Senate. "I have had a philosophy: It's God, family, and country or community," Voinovich said then. "And I have to say to you that it's a little bit out of kilter." He told reporters he would "like to work in a soup line. I'd like to touch people." That is the way, indeed, he lived his life, Fortuna told a crowd of about 300 people Friday. "His faith came from the way he saw and lived his life. .... He had a passion for the common good, Fortuna said. "He gave us such a bare example of what it is all about." Appreciating life Voinovich's older son, George, spoke of his father's support. Among the things he will miss most, he said, are his father's phone calls — just to check in and see how things were going. "I always left that phone call feeling supported and loved," George said. Voinovich's daughter, Betsy, said that was her father's nature.  "My dad appreciated every single day," she said. He was always looking for the best in people and for ways "to lift them up," she said. Both George and his brother, Peter, spoke of their father's wit.  "My dad was big on humor," Peter said. "More the Three Stooges type. My mom was the intellectual in the family." The senator used that humor, though, to help put people at ease. George recalled visiting the National Gallery of Art with his father when he was a boy and feeling self-conscious because the noise of his shoes echoed through the building. And though he tried walking on his toes and on the sides of his feet, he couldn't keep his shoes quiet. What made him feel at ease, he said, was when he heard someone else's shoes. It turned out to be his father, shifting side to side, purposely squeaking. Joining the congregation Unlike at a memorial service for the public Thursday at Cleveland City Hall, Friday's service mentioned little of Voinovich'...

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Funeral services set for Fire Captain Michael L. Palumbo Jr. - News-Herald.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Curtis Blvd., Eastlake.A Mass of Christian Burial will be 1 p.m. June 3 at Immaculate Conception Church, 37932 Euclid Ave., Willoughby.AdvertisementBurial will follow at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon Township.The funeral procession will include two fire trucks, one each from Beachwood and Willowick. The procession will cross under two ladders as it enters the cemetery.Visitation and the funeral Mass are open to the public. Palumbo is described by his wife, Christina, as a devoted husband, father, and friend who always put his faith and family first. “He was an honorable husband who was committed to his family,” said Palumbo’s wife Christina. “He was devoted, faithful and proud of his kids and he worked as hard as could so his kids could succeed.”Euclid fire Lt. Bill Mastroianni and a close friend of the Palumbo family described him as always exemplifying the true meaning of brotherhood.“Mike always put others before himself and was there to teach,” Mastroianni said. “He was the example of what a true leader should be. Palumbo is most noted for his help in passing the law that bears his name enabling firefighters to file for benefits with a diagnosis of occupational cancer that isn’t “Mike’s legacy isn’t only about the Michael Palumbo act,” Mastroianni said. “He has left an imprint on the fire service which will transcend to future generations of firefighters.” “He was well-respected and a mentor to all,” Christina said. “He was a role model and a brother to all, and above all he was a friend to all.”Don’t miss>> Area hero, l...

TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Falls,a juried fine art and craft festival, June 10 and 11in Riverside Park, Chagrin Falls. Call 440-247-7507 or visit www.valleyartcenter.org.Willoughby Hills Community Center Gallery: 35400 Chardon Road, presents “Pigments & Film,” featuring Connie Adams (acrylic and watercolor), Wayne Mazorow (photography) and Lauren Consolo Smith (acrylic), through July 3. Call 440-918-8730 or visit www.willoughbyhills-oh.gov.Comedy ?Cleveland Improv: 1148 Main Ave., Cleveland, presents Corey Holcomb, June 9 through 11; Ms. Pat, June 15 through 18; Special K, June 23 through 25;Doug Stanhope, June 25; Steve Trevino, June 29 through July 2. Call 216-696-4677 or visit ClevelandImprov.com.Hard Rock Rocksino At Northfield Park: 10777 Northfield Road, Northfield, presents Ron White, July 28. Call 330-908-7625 or visit www.hrrocksinonorthfieldpark.com.Hilarities 4th Street Theatre: 2025 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, presents Black, June 8 and 11; Nick Di Paolo, June 9 and 10; Jake Johannsen, June 15 through 18The Mike Polk Jr. Show “Live,” June 20; Maronzio Vance, June 21; Sinbad, June 22 through 24; Brent Terhune, June 25; Mike Herryfield, June 28;Contagious Comedy, June 29; Alonzo Bodden, June 30 through July 2; Mark Normand, July 5 through 8. Call 216-736-4242 or visit www.pickwickandfrolic.com/shows/hilarities-4th-street-theatre.Playhouse Square: 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents Paula Poundstone, Oct. 20. Call 216-241-6000, or visit www.playhousesquare.com.Sandusky State Theatre: 107 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, presents Derrick Eason, Ken Bergman, June 9. Call 419-626-1950 or visit www.sanduskystate.com.Concerts Agora Theatre & Ballroom: 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents State of Conviction, June 9; Lil Uzi Vert, June 9; Blood on the Dance Floor, June 10; Chon, June 15; Dohm, June 16; Otep, The Convalescence, One Day Waiting, June 17; Banks, June 19; At the Drive In, June 21; Fates Warning, June 22; Affiance, Nine Shrines, June 24; Miss May I, Upon a Burning Body, Kublai Khan, June 28; Ventana, June 30; Impending Lies, July 1; Punchline, July 7; Kings X, July 8; Matty B, July 9; King Lil G, July 12; Fallen Captive, July 14; Negative Approach, Bloodclot, July 26; The Shins, July 29; Galactic Empire, Dangerkids, Aug. 3; Black Death Resurrected, Sauron, Lethal Attack, Aug. 4; Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Aug. 5; Little Ozzy (Ozzy Osbourne tribute), Aug. 12; Epica, Lununa Coil, Insomnium, Sept. 5; Venom Inc., Goatwhore, Toxic Holocaust, Sept. 7; VNV Nation, Sept. 21; Gogol Bordello, Sept. 25; Ghost Bath, Sept. 25; Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist, Polyphia, Sept. 27; Lords of Acid, Combichrist, Sept. 29; KMFDM, Ohgr, Lord of the Lost, Oct. 4. Visit www.clevelandagora.com.Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Paramore, Best Coast, Oct. 15. Call 330-253-2488 or visi...

Tiffanie Harter

Saturday, April 08, 2017

She built strong character and taught good values into her children. She was preceded in death by a Brother; Chardon DeArtgo Sloan and a Sister; Uniquica Sharesa Brown. Tiffanie is survived by her Husband: Gregory Harter; Children: Treveyon Young and Gregory Harter, Jr.; Step-Children:Lukas Harter, Isaiah Harter, Zachary Harter and Amber Harter Benson; Parents: James and Linda Young and Step-Father: Don Brown; Sisters: Jalundria Young and Teresa Moham and Shakerian Taylor. The Visitation will be on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Warren Funeral Home from 3 pm until the Service at 5 pm.

George Voinovich remembered not as politician, but as man of faith - cleveland.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Ted Strickland and U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan.Previous coverage: George Voinovich, former Cleveland mayor, Ohio governor and U.S. senator, diesVoinovich's final resting place will be All Souls Cemetery in Chardon. He was to be carried there in a procession following the service. As the crowd flowed out of the church in Euclid, dozens of bystanders, many holding American flags, had lined either side of Lakeshore Boulevard, the starting point for the procession, for one last farewell.Here's what was said at his funeral.Setting the example The Rev. Joseph Fortuna, delivering the homily, talked about Voinovich as an man of great faith who gave of himself to help others around him. Voinovich discussed that philosophy when he announced in 2009 that he wouldn't seek another term in the Senate. "I have had a philosophy: It's God, family, and country or community," Voinovich said then. "And I have to say to you that it's a little bit out of kilter." He told reporters he would "like to work in a soup line. I'd like to touch people." That is the way, indeed, he lived his life, Fortuna told a crowd of about 300 people Friday. "His faith came from the way he saw and lived his life. .... He had a passion for the common good, Fortuna said. "He gave us such a bare example of what it is all about." Appreciating life Voinovich's older son, George, spoke of his father's support. Among the things he will miss most, he said, are his father's phone calls — just to check in and see how things were going. "I always left that phone call feeling supported and loved," George said. Voinovich's daughter, Betsy, said that was her father's nature.  "My dad appreciated every single day," she said. He was always looking for the best in people and for ways "to lift them up," she said. Both George and his brother, Peter, spoke of their father's wit.  "My dad was big on humor," Peter said. "More the Three Stooges type. My mom was the intellectual in the family." The senator used that humor, though, to help put people at ease. George recalled visiting the National Gallery of Art with his father when he was a boy and feeling self-conscious because the noise of his shoes echoed through the building. And though he tried walking on his toes and on the sides of his feet, he couldn't keep his shoes quiet. What made him feel at ease, he said, was when he heard someone else's shoes. It turned out to be his father, shifting side to side, purposely squeaking. Joining the congregation Unlike at a memorial service for the public Thursday at Cleveland City Hall, Friday's service mentioned little of Voinovich'...