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Fort Meigs Cemetery

620 West Indiana Avenue
Perrysburg, OH 43551
(419) 874-7881
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Witzler Shank Funeral Home

222 E South Boundary St
Perrysburg, OH 43551
(419) 874-3133
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Jeri Shick: 1956-2016 - Toledo Blade

Monday, December 05, 2016

Jeri Shick, known for her arsenal of professional skills, charitable work, and passion for sports, died Dec. 2 at the Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg. She was 60.ShickEnlargeMrs. Shick died after a lengthy battle with esophageal cancer. She was diagnosed in February.“She went through five extreme weeks of chemo and radiation, and three of those weeks she drove herself,” her husband, Rob, said. “She refused to let me drive her. She wasn't going to give up. It's that strength that carried her through.”She was declared cancer-free over the summer, but the disease returned and began to spread.Mrs. Shick was born in New York City March 28, 1956. She graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 1974, and graduated summa cum laude from Bowling Green State University. She obtained her MBA from the University of Toledo.Shortly after college, the couple met while they were both working at the Toledo-based Burroughs Corporation in 1981. They were married for 28 years.Mrs. Shick started Advanced Development Associates, a marketing firm to help doctors and their practices. Recently, she assisted in marketing efforts for nursing homes.In a...

Daryl Blanchard: 1934-2016 - Toledo Blade

Monday, October 03, 2016

Phyllis, said.BlanchardEnlargeHe worked on a wide range of prominent area commercial and institutional buildings over the years, from the Lima Army Tank Plant to the Carranor Hunt and Polo Club in Perrysburg, and was known for his technical expertise.Building codes, fire codes, and energy conservation were his specialty, said Bob Seyfang, his partner from 1973 at Seyfang Blanchard Associates until 2001 when they both retired from what was by then Seyfang Blanchard Duket Porter.“He liked putting together buildings — the challenge of putting together materials,” his wife said.Mr. Blanchard got much construction experience in the U.S. Army in Germany in the 1960s, where he was assigned to the 555 Combat Engineer Group. Years later, when he was established as an architect in Toledo, he still would refer to his Army manuals, recalled Mike Duket, principal of Duket Architects Planners, which grew out of Seyfang Blanchard Duket Porter.Upon returning to Toledo, Mr. Blanchard worked with several architectural firms, including Sanzenbacher Miller Brigham Scott before joining Mr. Seyfang, who had started his own firm about two years earlier. The firm, which started in South Toledo and later moved downtown, typically employed about a dozen people, about half of them architects. Mr. Blanchard, especially in later years, was a mentor and project manager, spending much of his time with client relations, Mr. Duket said.“He was really a people person,” said Mr. Duket, who worke...

Robert L. Lemle (1933-2016) - Toledo Blade

Monday, September 05, 2016

Robert L. Lemle, who labored for workers’ rights as a Teamsters steward and then business agent, died Tuesday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg Township. He was 83.He’d developed complications from a brain bleed, his family said.LemleEnlargeMr. Lemle worked at the Brown Avenue warehouse of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. — A&P — when he became a steward for his union, Teamsters Local 20.“It was about having nine kids and raising them and knowing how tough it was,” his daughter Sandie said. “He was a good listener and problem solver. He believed in a living wage for everybody and second chances.”His daughter Mary added: “It was about doing the right thing.”He came to the attention of Harold Leu, Local 20 president for more than a decade, and became a business agent for the local, his daughters said.“Harold Leu saw his passion,” daughter Sandie said.Mr. Lemle was in the public eye in the late 1970s and early 1980s, presenting Local 20’s position, as city of Toledo officials sought to allay budget woes by modifying union contracts and services performed by union members, such as refuse collection.In 1979,...

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Jeri Shick: 1956-2016 - Toledo Blade

Monday, December 05, 2016

Jeri Shick, known for her arsenal of professional skills, charitable work, and passion for sports, died Dec. 2 at the Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg. She was 60.ShickEnlargeMrs. Shick died after a lengthy battle with esophageal cancer. She was diagnosed in February.“She went through five extreme weeks of chemo and radiation, and three of those weeks she drove herself,” her husband, Rob, said. “She refused to let me drive her. She wasn't going to give up. It's that strength that carried her through.”She was declared cancer-free over the summer, but the disease returned and began to spread.Mrs. Shick was born in New York City March 28, 1956. She graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 1974, and graduated summa cum laude from Bowling Green State University. She obtained her MBA from the University of Toledo.Shortly after college, the couple met while they were both working at the Toledo-based Burroughs Corporation in 1981. They were married for 28 years.Mrs. Shick started Advanced Development Associates, a marketing firm to help doctors and their practices. Recently, she assisted in marketing efforts for nursing homes.In a...

Daryl Blanchard: 1934-2016 - Toledo Blade

Monday, October 03, 2016

Phyllis, said.BlanchardEnlargeHe worked on a wide range of prominent area commercial and institutional buildings over the years, from the Lima Army Tank Plant to the Carranor Hunt and Polo Club in Perrysburg, and was known for his technical expertise.Building codes, fire codes, and energy conservation were his specialty, said Bob Seyfang, his partner from 1973 at Seyfang Blanchard Associates until 2001 when they both retired from what was by then Seyfang Blanchard Duket Porter.“He liked putting together buildings — the challenge of putting together materials,” his wife said.Mr. Blanchard got much construction experience in the U.S. Army in Germany in the 1960s, where he was assigned to the 555 Combat Engineer Group. Years later, when he was established as an architect in Toledo, he still would refer to his Army manuals, recalled Mike Duket, principal of Duket Architects Planners, which grew out of Seyfang Blanchard Duket Porter.Upon returning to Toledo, Mr. Blanchard worked with several architectural firms, including Sanzenbacher Miller Brigham Scott before joining Mr. Seyfang, who had started his own firm about two years earlier. The firm, which started in South Toledo and later moved downtown, typically employed about a dozen people, about half of them architects. Mr. Blanchard, especially in later years, was a mentor and project manager, spending much of his time with client relations, Mr. Duket said.“He was really a people person,” said Mr. Duket, who worke...

Robert L. Lemle (1933-2016) - Toledo Blade

Monday, September 05, 2016

Robert L. Lemle, who labored for workers’ rights as a Teamsters steward and then business agent, died Tuesday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg Township. He was 83.He’d developed complications from a brain bleed, his family said.LemleEnlargeMr. Lemle worked at the Brown Avenue warehouse of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. — A&P — when he became a steward for his union, Teamsters Local 20.“It was about having nine kids and raising them and knowing how tough it was,” his daughter Sandie said. “He was a good listener and problem solver. He believed in a living wage for everybody and second chances.”His daughter Mary added: “It was about doing the right thing.”He came to the attention of Harold Leu, Local 20 president for more than a decade, and became a business agent for the local, his daughters said.“Harold Leu saw his passion,” daughter Sandie said.Mr. Lemle was in the public eye in the late 1970s and early 1980s, presenting Local 20’s position, as city of Toledo officials sought to allay budget woes by modifying union contracts and services performed by union members, such as refuse collection.In 1979,...