Description: A+ Self Storage at 1324 W. Alexis Toledo, OH 43612 will offer for public sale at 3:30PM on December 18, 2013 the following units:
Unit 126, Amanda Campos 2103 Stirrup Ln. #2 Toledo, OH 43613: Tire, Rug, Boxes; Unit 285, Tranese Campbell 813 E. Grant Alliance, Ohio 44601: Microwave, TV, Boxes; Unit 330, Douglas Cole 1949 E st Toledo, oh 43611: TV, Vanity, Clothes; Unit 401, Danielle Conley 1617 Milburn Toledo, Ohio 43606: Sofa, Chest of Drawers, TV; Unit 418, Tasha Reed 542 Colonial Ct Toledo, OH 43620: Headboard, Bedframe, Tires; Unit 444, Jonathan S. Engelhardt 927 West Stateline road Apt #12 Toledo, OHio 43612: Boxes, Storage Tubs, Bag; Unit 449, Jeff Varner 2113 Stirrup Ln Apt 3 Toledo, OH 43613: Boxes, Lamps, Hutch; Unit 451, Logan Rouppas 5654 Chippewa rd Toledo OH 43613: Sofa, Boxes, Bicycle; Unit 517, Krystal Freeman 540 W Alexis Rd Apt #22 Toledo, OH 43612: Luggage, Boxes, Storage Tubs; Unit 614, Amanda Swan 621 New York Ave Toledo, oh 43611: Stroller, Desk, Boxes; Unit 622, Jasen Kelly 2931 Higgins Toledo, OH 43608: Art Work, Vacuum, Bar Stools; Unit 634, Christy Woodall 2707 Pickle Rd. #19 Oregon, OH 43616: Sofa, Bicycle, Mattress; Unit 639, Jerika Brown 5600 Alexis Road 327 Sylvannia, Ohio 43560: Boxes, Toys, Bags; Unit 717, Chad Zentgraf 2732 fremont St. Toledo, Oh 43605: Floor Lamp, Sofa, Loveseat; Unit 801, Kerri McLeod 4737 Secor Toledo, OH 43623: Luggage, Boxes, Toys; Unit 808, Taurina Flores 1235 W. Samaria Samaria, MI 48177: Fishing Equipment, Boxes, Sled; Unit 902, Jeff Varner 2113 Stirrup Ln Apt #3 Toledo, OH 43613: Bicycle, Storage Tubs, Mattress; Unit 923, Greg Rakotci JR 315 Elm Street Waterville OHIO 43566: Ladder, Tools, Toolbags; Unit 1130, Sherrita Jones 2105 Stirrup Ln #9 Toledo, OHio 43613: Air Conditioner, Clothes, Telescope; Unit 1203, Melissa Kaetzel 2102 N Michigan St Toledo, OH 43611: Headboard, Boxes, Toys; Unit 1916, Brittany Biegajski 1979 Stoneybrook LN Temperance, MI 48182: Desk Chair, Boxes, End Table; Unit 2111, Eric Underwood 5639 Glasgow RD Sylvania, oh, 43560: Chest of Drawers, Sofa, TV;;
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Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board will release and review grant applications for the FY 2013 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program for NEW projects on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 @ 1:00 pm at Toledo Business Technology Center, 1946 N. 13th St., Conference Room B (4th floor) Toledo, OH. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY FOR ALL 2013 NEW PROJECT APPLICANTS. More details at www.tlchb.org. Contact Thomas Bonnington, Executive Director to register. 419-244-9440 or email@example.com
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Description: Joanne Ruth (Cooper) Becker, age 85, of Maumee, Ohio, passed away December 5, 2013, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 19, 1927, in Toledo to Harry and Cathryn (Williams) Cooper. Joanne graduated from Libbey High School in 1946, and married her high school sweetheart, Fred Becker Sr. in 1947. Joanne enjoyed gardening, flowers and her cats, but the greatest love was for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Left to cherish her memory are Joanne's children, Cathryn Jo (Michael) Kaminski, Jeffery C. (Connie) Becker, Fred A. (Nadine) Becker Jr.; grandchildren, Heather (Ryan) Gearhart, Michelle (David) Poeppelmeier, Jeffery (Tamara) Becker, and Nicole (Jeremy) Graves; great-grandchildren, Austin, Austen, Addison, David, Carolyn and Libby, and sister, Carolyn (Donald) Lewis. Joanne was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Fred Becker Sr.
The family will receive guests Monday, December 9, 2013, from 3 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Newcomer Funeral Home - SW Chapel, 4752 Heatherdowns Blvd. (419-381-1900). The family will also receive guests Tuesday, December 10, 2013, from 9 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 10 a.m. at St. Andrew Episcopal Church, 2770 West Central Ave., Toledo Ohio. Interment will follow in Toledo Memorial Park Cemetery.
The family would like to thank Hospice of Northwest Ohio and friends of family for all the care and compassion given to Joanne and her family.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Northwest Ohio or St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church Prayer Shawl Ladies in Joanne's memory.
To leave a special message for Joanne's family, please visit
Description: Matthew Bennett, beloved husband, father, papa and friend, passed from this life on December 1, at Ebeid Hospice held in the loving arms of his family. He was 66 years old. It was the culmination of a two-year journey of pain, suffering, miracles (and joy) that those who traveled with us will not soon forget.
Born February 11, 1947, to Marie and Martin Bennett, he was pre-deceased by them and his only brother, Martin Jr. He is survived by his best friend (for 56 years) and wife of 46 years, Linda. He also leaves his dearly loved
children, daughter, Christina (Terry) Ramsey; son, Ben and daughter, Katy Bennett; his grandchildren, Nicholas, Elizabeth, and Isabella Ramsey, Benjamin Bennett, Devon Dempsey, and his most delightful great-grandson, Max.
A proud graduate of Central Catholic class of '65, he always held a fondness for his alma mater. He also graduated from the University of Toledo and was a lifelong UT Rocket fan. His passion was the Lady Rockets and he held season tickets for years, rarely missing a game.
Matt drove semi for Foodtown for 33 years, retiring in 2000, and the friends he made throughout those years are among the best he ever had. His "posse," the BDTD group (broken down truck drivers) have been with him every step of the way during his long and difficult illness.
Two years into retirement, Matt decided that he needed to do more with his life and was hired by the Toledo Metropark System as a part time worker. He was assigned to Swan Creek and it was the very best decision he ever made. He formed close friendships with his "mates" at Swan Creek and they too have supported and loved him through his long ordeal. Matt simply loved that park. He was never happier than when there, feeding the birds, mowing the lawns, building park benches.
Matt also formed strong bonds with the Close Park neighborhood, where he and Linda lived and raised their family for 37 years. Without the love and support of this wonderful group of friends, the last two challenging years of Matt's life would have been much more difficult.
Matt also had cherished childhood friends; a few dear ones who have been by his side for more than 50 years.
Recently a chaplain asked "what did Matt do in life." I said, he drove a truck to support his family, but his life's career was learning. He loved to read, had a vast library and was well versed on so many topics, his favorite
being philosophy. He loved nothing better than a lively debate regarding ideology. He always won!
Matt's family owe a debt of gratitude to a host of people, too numerous to mention, but we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you did. Mostly we thank you for loving Matt. He was so very loveable.
Friends may visit at the Coyle Funeral Home, 1770 S. Reynolds Rd. on Wednesday, December 11, from 3-8 p.m., with a Memorial Service and "Sharing of Memories" beginning at 7 p.m.
Memorial donations in Matt's memory to the Swancreek Toledo Metropark. Please leave a message and view his video tribute at
Description: Johnnie L. Brown, age 82, of Oregon, Ohio died Thursday, December 5, 2013, of Alzheimer's. She was born the youngest of five daughters and one brother to Anne and Walter Roy on July 1, 1931, in Inola, Oklahoma. She was married to the late Kenneth M. Brown on April 21, 1950, and celebrated their 60th year wedding anniversary in 2010 before Ken's death in 2011. Johnnie and Ken put themselves through college, with three young children and she graduated from Toledo University, Magna Cum Laude. She served her community as a 3rd grade school teacher at Navarre Elementary School for over 20 years. Johnnie was a devoted and faithful Christian who helped and touched the lives of many.
She is survived by her children, Debbie and James Mount, Kenneth and Anne Brown, and Jill MacKay, and by her four grandchildren, Samuel Mount, Bonnie Jacobs, Ashley MacKay and Taylor MacKay, whom she loved dearly.
Johnnie was a faithful member of Echo Meadows Church of Christ and had many cherished life long friendships there. Most will remember her good deeds as she was always helping others, her beautiful smile, her charming sense of humor and positive attitude. We will all miss her.
Services will be held at Eggleston Meinert & Pavley Funeral home, Oregon Chapel, 440 South Coy Road, Oregon, Ohio 43616. Viewing will be on Friday, December 13, from 3 to 7 p.m. The funeral service will be held the following day Saturday, December 14, at 11 a.m. at the funeral home, after which time she will be laid to rest in Toledo Memorial Park Cemetery next to her husband.