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Kindrich Mc Hugh Funeral Home

33375 Bainbridge Rd
Solon, OH 44139
(440) 248-6088
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33650 Solon Road
Solon, OH 44139
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Evelyn Campbell

Monday, January 02, 2017

Evelyn Mae Campbell, 94, of Harrisonburg and formerly of Salem, passed away Friday, December 30, 2016. Born September 4, 1922 in Mt. Solon, Augusta County, Virginia, the youngest of six children and last survivor of Alda Lena (Horn) Eye and Grover Cleveland Eye. She attended elementary school in Mt. Solon and later moved to Millboro Springs in Bath County, VA with her mother, siblings and stepfather, Guy Horn, where she graduated from Millboro High School. She excelled in academics and athletics. Evelyn was voted High School Senior Class May Queen and was crowned Miss Bath County in 1941. She married Arthur W. Campbell in 1941. Arthur preceded her in death in 2001.After moving to Roanoke, Evelyn enjoyed working as a seamstress making ballroom gowns and ballet costumes for the Floyd-Ward School of Dancing as well as garments for adults and children. She worked as the Assistant Registrar for the City of Roanoke. She also worked for the Roanoke Department of Parks and Recreation and later became secretary and stenographer for the Roanoke City Library.She was a former member of Virginia Heights Baptist Church and after...

Make a Difference for Sept. 11, 2016 - Duluth News Tribune

Monday, September 12, 2016

Centers will offer the following blood drives across the Northland. Call (888) GIVE-BLD (448-3253) or go to mbc.org for eligibility guidelines and to schedule an appointment.Monday: noon to 4 p.m., Solon Springs High School, 8993 E. Baldwin.Monday: 1:30-5 p.m., Community Memorial Hospital, 512 Skyline Blvd., Cloquet.Tuesday: 8-11 a.m., Carlton County Public Health and Human Services, 14 N. 11th St., Cloquet.Tuesday: 8:30-11:30 a.m., Environmental Protection Agency, 6201 Congdon Blvd., Duluth.Tuesday: 1-6:30 p.m., University of Minnesota Duluth Housing and Residence Life, Lake Superior Hall 149, 513 Niagra Court, Duluth.Wednesday: noon to 3 p.m., Edgewood Vista, 4195 Westberg Road, Hermantown.Wednesday: 1:30-5 p.m., Silver Bay High School, 137 Banks Blvd.Thursday: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Maurices corporate offices, 105 W. Superior St., Duluth.Thursday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cornerstone Community Church, 1 Cedar Grove Lane, Grand Marais.Thursday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Halvor Lines, 217 Grand Ave., Superior.Friday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Chisholm High School, 301 S.W. Fourth St.Friday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Boswell Energy Center, 1210 N.W. Third St., Cohasset.• Head of the Lakes United Way will host its annual Chili Cook-Off fundraiser from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. The event will feature more than 40 chilis to taste test, pop, cookies and ice cream.Cost of the event is $8 for adults; $3 for children 5-12. Proceeds benefit the more than 50 local programs and initiatives United Way supports.• Chester Bowl Fall Fest is from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday in Chester Bowl Park in Duluth. The festival will feature more than 120 arts-and-rafts vendors, food for sale and drinks. There will be music by Greg Tiburzi, Kim and Curtis-Monson from The Fish Heads, and Mama's Stolen Horses. Suggested donations of $5 for individuals and $10 for families to support Chester Park's winter program scholarships for kids in need who want to participate in winter sports.Parking is limited and walking, biking or using the shuttles is recommended. Three free shuttle buses will run continuously from parking lot B at the University of Minnesota Duluth, located at the intersection of College Street and University ...

3 Cleveland-area funeral homes tagged by FTC for violations - Plain Dealer

Monday, September 12, 2016

In all, the FTC visited 16 Ohio funeral homes in 2011.Three of the 16 were found to be violation-free when test shoppers visited. They are Kindrich-McHugh-Steinbauer Funeral Home in Solon, Lucas Memorial Chapel Inc. in Garfield Heights, and Stroud-Lawrence Funeral Home in Chagrin Falls.Follow Sheryl on Twitter: @consumerwriterOn Facebook: PDConsumerAffairs...

Dalton Menard

Monday, July 25, 2016

Wilson Istre, Timmy Menard, Milton Habtez, Jr., and Floyd Saltzman. Honorary Pallbearer for the services will be Cole Joseph Menard.Mr. Menard was preceded in death by his parents, Francis Clyde and Solonge Menard; three brothers, Preston, Wilbert and Joseph Menard; three sisters, Alma Istre, Leona Bourgeois, Shirley Deshotel.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Menard’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home- Crowley, LLC, (337) 783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Mainer rests in peace in the land he had long worked - Press Herald

Monday, July 04, 2016

Before he died last month at age 88, Anton told his family he wanted to be buried the old-fashioned way – at home, on his own land, in a coffin made by his son, Scott, who runs Ol’ Ways Farm in Solon and who built his parents’ log home on Chapman Ridge Road in West Athens.No embalming fluid, no undertakers, no concrete burial vault.And it is all allowed under Maine law regarding family burial grounds.“This is the spot he had picked,” Carl’s widow, Mary Ann, said at the grave site near her house. “I’ll be buried right here, too.”The cemetery is a 35-square-foot piece of land near the road and set among the flickering leaves of young poplar trees.“When the wind blows, they’re kind of nice,” Scott Anton, 51, said of the poplars.There is a large headstone with Carl and Mary Ann’s names etched into the granite, lots of living flowers and an American flag.“So many people have gotten ahold of us or seen what was going on or heard through the grapevine that we’d just had an old-fashioned funeral,” Scott Anton said. “So many people are interested because they don’t want to go through the funeral homes. Dad wanted to be buried on the farm. He asked me years ago to build him a coffin. He just want to be buried at home.”Mary Ann said Carl began to fade at the nursing home during the first week of June and she knew it was time to bring him home. He was bed-ridden and not eating.She wanted him home.With the assistance of Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County, Carl was ...

Obituary: Sister Jean Thuerauf left North Side legacy with Cookie Cart - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, June 27, 2016

Thuerauf were best friends. “She just did what she did for the love of it.”Mooney first met Thuerauf when both lived in Iowa, where Thuerauf taught Mooney’s children. Thuerauf was born on a farm near Solon, Iowa, the second oldest of six children.She graduated from Solon High School, entered the Sisters of Mercy convent in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and graduated from Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids in 1950. She moved to Minneapolis in the early 1970s.Hotka said her aunt always admired Mother Teresa, and was called to work in north Minneapolis after her near-death experience. She founded the Mercy Missionaries there in 1985.Thuerauf lived in north Minneapolis before entering Catholic Eldercare senior housing a few years ago. She invited children into her home to celebrate their birthdays, on which occasion they were allowed to pick a gift from shelves stocked with new toys.“If she was there, Sister Jean was opening her door — and without fear,” Dixon said.And those cookie-making sessions? They morphed into a nonprofit, Cookie Cart, which employs 200 teenagers each year while also providing career counseling and financial literary training. The nonprofit, which plans to open a St. Paul location in 2017, was featured on “The Today Show” last December.Dixon was there when the first Cookie Cart — an actual cart selling cookies on the streets of north Minneapolis — was born. But he was eventually lured away by the darker side of street life. Although he’d greet Thuerauf if he spotted her on her walking ministry, by age 11 he had stopped going to her house. By his late teens, he’d cut all ties.Then, in 1999, a 29-year-old Dixon walked into a south Minneapolis church.“Hey, Thomas,” Thuerauf greeted him.“It just stunned me, because she had dealt with so many kids, and to realize — she remembered all of our names,” he said. “It was amazing to just have that kind of person in your life.”Thuerauf is survived by a sister, Mary Ann Hotka, brothers David and Paul Thuerauf, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, Bernard Thuerauf, a sister, Patricia Spychaj, and her parents, John and Helen Thuerauf. Services have been held.

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Evelyn Campbell

Monday, January 02, 2017

Evelyn Mae Campbell, 94, of Harrisonburg and formerly of Salem, passed away Friday, December 30, 2016. Born September 4, 1922 in Mt. Solon, Augusta County, Virginia, the youngest of six children and last survivor of Alda Lena (Horn) Eye and Grover Cleveland Eye. She attended elementary school in Mt. Solon and later moved to Millboro Springs in Bath County, VA with her mother, siblings and stepfather, Guy Horn, where she graduated from Millboro High School. She excelled in academics and athletics. Evelyn was voted High School Senior Class May Queen and was crowned Miss Bath County in 1941. She married Arthur W. Campbell in 1941. Arthur preceded her in death in 2001.After moving to Roanoke, Evelyn enjoyed working as a seamstress making ballroom gowns and ballet costumes for the Floyd-Ward School of Dancing as well as garments for adults and children. She worked as the Assistant Registrar for the City of Roanoke. She also worked for the Roanoke Department of Parks and Recreation and later became secretary and stenographer for the Roanoke City Library.She was a former member of Virginia Heights Baptist Church and after...

Make a Difference for Sept. 11, 2016 - Duluth News Tribune

Monday, September 12, 2016

Centers will offer the following blood drives across the Northland. Call (888) GIVE-BLD (448-3253) or go to mbc.org for eligibility guidelines and to schedule an appointment.Monday: noon to 4 p.m., Solon Springs High School, 8993 E. Baldwin.Monday: 1:30-5 p.m., Community Memorial Hospital, 512 Skyline Blvd., Cloquet.Tuesday: 8-11 a.m., Carlton County Public Health and Human Services, 14 N. 11th St., Cloquet.Tuesday: 8:30-11:30 a.m., Environmental Protection Agency, 6201 Congdon Blvd., Duluth.Tuesday: 1-6:30 p.m., University of Minnesota Duluth Housing and Residence Life, Lake Superior Hall 149, 513 Niagra Court, Duluth.Wednesday: noon to 3 p.m., Edgewood Vista, 4195 Westberg Road, Hermantown.Wednesday: 1:30-5 p.m., Silver Bay High School, 137 Banks Blvd.Thursday: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Maurices corporate offices, 105 W. Superior St., Duluth.Thursday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cornerstone Community Church, 1 Cedar Grove Lane, Grand Marais.Thursday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Halvor Lines, 217 Grand Ave., Superior.Friday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Chisholm High School, 301 S.W. Fourth St.Friday: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Boswell Energy Center, 1210 N.W. Third St., Cohasset.• Head of the Lakes United Way will host its annual Chili Cook-Off fundraiser from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. The event will feature more than 40 chilis to taste test, pop, cookies and ice cream.Cost of the event is $8 for adults; $3 for children 5-12. Proceeds benefit the more than 50 local programs and initiatives United Way supports.• Chester Bowl Fall Fest is from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday in Chester Bowl Park in Duluth. The festival will feature more than 120 arts-and-rafts vendors, food for sale and drinks. There will be music by Greg Tiburzi, Kim and Curtis-Monson from The Fish Heads, and Mama's Stolen Horses. Suggested donations of $5 for individuals and $10 for families to support Chester Park's winter program scholarships for kids in need who want to participate in winter sports.Parking is limited and walking, biking or using the shuttles is recommended. Three free shuttle buses will run continuously from parking lot B at the University of Minnesota Duluth, located at the intersection of College Street and University ...

3 Cleveland-area funeral homes tagged by FTC for violations - Plain Dealer

Monday, September 12, 2016

In all, the FTC visited 16 Ohio funeral homes in 2011.Three of the 16 were found to be violation-free when test shoppers visited. They are Kindrich-McHugh-Steinbauer Funeral Home in Solon, Lucas Memorial Chapel Inc. in Garfield Heights, and Stroud-Lawrence Funeral Home in Chagrin Falls.Follow Sheryl on Twitter: @consumerwriterOn Facebook: PDConsumerAffairs...

Dalton Menard

Monday, July 25, 2016

Wilson Istre, Timmy Menard, Milton Habtez, Jr., and Floyd Saltzman. Honorary Pallbearer for the services will be Cole Joseph Menard.Mr. Menard was preceded in death by his parents, Francis Clyde and Solonge Menard; three brothers, Preston, Wilbert and Joseph Menard; three sisters, Alma Istre, Leona Bourgeois, Shirley Deshotel.You may view the obituary, sign the guest registry and express condolences online to Mr. Menard’s family at www.duhonfuneralhome.com.Duhon Funeral Home- Crowley, LLC, (337) 783-1395, 1529 Crowley-Rayne Hwy., Crowley, LA 70526 is in charge of all of the arrangements.

Mainer rests in peace in the land he had long worked - Press Herald

Monday, July 04, 2016

Before he died last month at age 88, Anton told his family he wanted to be buried the old-fashioned way – at home, on his own land, in a coffin made by his son, Scott, who runs Ol’ Ways Farm in Solon and who built his parents’ log home on Chapman Ridge Road in West Athens.No embalming fluid, no undertakers, no concrete burial vault.And it is all allowed under Maine law regarding family burial grounds.“This is the spot he had picked,” Carl’s widow, Mary Ann, said at the grave site near her house. “I’ll be buried right here, too.”The cemetery is a 35-square-foot piece of land near the road and set among the flickering leaves of young poplar trees.“When the wind blows, they’re kind of nice,” Scott Anton, 51, said of the poplars.There is a large headstone with Carl and Mary Ann’s names etched into the granite, lots of living flowers and an American flag.“So many people have gotten ahold of us or seen what was going on or heard through the grapevine that we’d just had an old-fashioned funeral,” Scott Anton said. “So many people are interested because they don’t want to go through the funeral homes. Dad wanted to be buried on the farm. He asked me years ago to build him a coffin. He just want to be buried at home.”Mary Ann said Carl began to fade at the nursing home during the first week of June and she knew it was time to bring him home. He was bed-ridden and not eating.She wanted him home.With the assistance of Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County, Carl was ...

Obituary: Sister Jean Thuerauf left North Side legacy with Cookie Cart - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, June 27, 2016

Thuerauf were best friends. “She just did what she did for the love of it.”Mooney first met Thuerauf when both lived in Iowa, where Thuerauf taught Mooney’s children. Thuerauf was born on a farm near Solon, Iowa, the second oldest of six children.She graduated from Solon High School, entered the Sisters of Mercy convent in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and graduated from Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids in 1950. She moved to Minneapolis in the early 1970s.Hotka said her aunt always admired Mother Teresa, and was called to work in north Minneapolis after her near-death experience. She founded the Mercy Missionaries there in 1985.Thuerauf lived in north Minneapolis before entering Catholic Eldercare senior housing a few years ago. She invited children into her home to celebrate their birthdays, on which occasion they were allowed to pick a gift from shelves stocked with new toys.“If she was there, Sister Jean was opening her door — and without fear,” Dixon said.And those cookie-making sessions? They morphed into a nonprofit, Cookie Cart, which employs 200 teenagers each year while also providing career counseling and financial literary training. The nonprofit, which plans to open a St. Paul location in 2017, was featured on “The Today Show” last December.Dixon was there when the first Cookie Cart — an actual cart selling cookies on the streets of north Minneapolis — was born. But he was eventually lured away by the darker side of street life. Although he’d greet Thuerauf if he spotted her on her walking ministry, by age 11 he had stopped going to her house. By his late teens, he’d cut all ties.Then, in 1999, a 29-year-old Dixon walked into a south Minneapolis church.“Hey, Thomas,” Thuerauf greeted him.“It just stunned me, because she had dealt with so many kids, and to realize — she remembered all of our names,” he said. “It was amazing to just have that kind of person in your life.”Thuerauf is survived by a sister, Mary Ann Hotka, brothers David and Paul Thuerauf, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, Bernard Thuerauf, a sister, Patricia Spychaj, and her parents, John and Helen Thuerauf. Services have been held.