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1 Around The Region Gazette Newspapers Week of Wednesday, June 6, 2018 YMCA Dream House tickets on sale online Remembering those that served PAINESVILLE A special online only ticket sale began June 4 for the Lake County YMCA Dream House. Purchase five Dream House tickets and receive a sixth ticket free, along with four car entry tickets to win a 2018 Chevy Equinox LS. This online special offer is valid from June 4 through June 29 only. Every ticket purchased is entered to win the decorated Dream House or $250,000 cash option, plus a $25,000 bonus for the 25th Anniversary* (*cash option only). The Lake County YMCA 2018 Dream House is currently being built at 5360 Highland Way, in Lakeshore Highlands development in Mentor. The 2018 Dream House is 4,382 square feet, including a finished lower level. The colonial home is a design blend of rustic and contemporary styles with memorable features in every room. The Dream House includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, great room, lower level guest room, entertainment area, and a three car garage. To purchase 2018 Dream House tickets or for more information visit Dream House Tours begin daily starting Saturday, June 30 through Aug. 5 from 11 a.m. 7 p.m. (July 4th hours are 11 a.m. 3 p.m.). Semifinalist drawing will be held Wednesday, Aug. 8. Final drawing will be held on Sunday, Aug. 12. Photo by Dawn Bubonic Veterans get a standing applause as they march during the Perry Memorial Day Parade, May 28. Auditions for Rescued from the Mess production of The Anastasia Trials Auditions will be held at the Ashtabula Arts Center on Saturday, June 9, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and Sunday, June 10, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for the Rescued from the Mess production of The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women by Carolyn Gage, directed by Marti Dixon. There are roles for nine adult women of varying ages. Readings will be from the script. Performance dates are July and in Straw Hat Theatre. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Presented by Rescued from the Mess and Theatre on the Edge. From samuelfrench.com: A play with intense audience participation! Engrossing, controversial courtroom drama, where the audience must serve as judge and jury, deciding motions and verdict, in a case against the five women who betrayed the Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov, the last surviving daughter of the Tsar of Russia. Ohio Arts Council helped fund the arts center with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. Open House dates at the Bark Park CONNEAUT LAKE - Ten years ago, a vision was created to build a total dog resource center in Crawford County. Five years ago, the Dog House was added to the original plans which now offers the services of boarding, day care, grooming and more. So why not come and check out this fantastic facility located on the East Side of Conneaut Lake in a beautiful countryside setting? The Bark Park facility is over 65 acres and includes three walking trails, a calisthenics path, the only regulation outdoor dock diving platform in Northwestern Pennsylvania, three off-leash areas for Fido to exercise, and a pet cemetery where over 350 beloved pets are buried. The Bark Park is also the home base of Paws Hand Delivered, the local pet therapy organization also serving not only Crawford County but venues in surrounding counties. Come to one of our scheduled Open Houses and get a tour of the facility, better understand what the Bark Park has to offer, and enjoy a hotdog and a cold drink as you find out answers to all of your dog related questions. There will be a raffle each day for a free Bark Park membership. Open House dates are June 10, June 16, July 1 and July 14 from noon until 2 p.m. And don t forget to bring along Fido and see how he likes the Bark Park! For questions, contact Sue at Photo by Mark Gifford Photo by Gail Stuehr The Mentor Fire rescue squad presented the colors of The Willoughby South High school cheerleaders their honored service as well as the American flag in and marching band set the beat at the the Mentor Memorial Day parade. Willoughby Memorial Day parade. Straw Hat Theatre s 2018 season premieres with 9 to 5 the Musical The Straw Hat Theatre production of 9 to 5 the Musical opens Friday, June 8, at the Ashtabula Arts Center. Based on the 1980 film, the show sees office coworkers Violet (Tiffany Kiphart), Judy (Ashley Nelling) and Doralee (Hannah Sowry) teaming up to take down their sexist, bigoted boss (Derek Lebzelter) and building an unexpected friendship in the process. Director Cathy Lawson calls the production of the show timely in light of current events and the response to women s experiences. This story is set during the coming of age of the women s movement, and I think it s very timely to be telling it now, while we re in the midst of the #MeToo movement. Mr. Hart, our villain, does these things that at the time weren t questioned or challenged, when the norm was still the rigid control of men in the workplace. Lawson says the show is as funny as it is feminist, and calls its music amazing: Dolly Parton wrote all of it, and it s very complex. A lot of Dolly s voice runs clearly through it; the audience will recognize her sound. While the show does have some differences from the movie (such as a love interest for Violet), Lawson feels strongly that devotees of the film won t be disappointed. Ticket buyers can get half off their tickets for the June 10th performance when they bring items to donate to Beatitude House, serving disadvantaged women and children. Needed items include trash bags (13 & 30 gal.), plastic sandwich bags, tin foil and plastic wrap, sponge mops & buckets, feminine products, diapers (esp. size 3 & up), children s socks & underwear, toilet paper, paper towels, batteries, dish soap, allpurpose cleaner, bleach, HE liquid laundry detergent, glass cleaner, first aid kits, bath & kitchen towels, kitchen utensils, dishes, pots, & pans, plastic shower curtains & rings. Donations should be brought to the Arts Center front desk, or to the Straw Hat box office if purchasing the night of the show. 9 to 5 runs June 8-10, 15-17, & All Straw Hat shows begin at 7:30 p.m. This show includes some strong language and adult humor. Advance sale tickets: adult $15, senior/student/military $13, child 2-12 $11. For tickets at the door, add $2. Call (440) or visit ashtabulaartscenter.org to order. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. Tickets are non-refundable. 9 to 5 the Musical is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. Music & Lyrics by Dolly Parton; Book by Patricia Resnick. Ohio Arts Council helped fund the arts center with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

2 2 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Arts The Hunchback of Notre Dame on stage at FAA Willoughby The Fine Arts Association presents the musical The Hunchback of Notre Dame, based on the classic Victor Hugo novel with songs from the Disney film. The production opens June 8 and runs weekends through June 24 in FAA s Corning Auditorium. Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday performances are at 2 p.m. The June 24 performance is signinterpreted. The book, published in 1831, is a romantic gothic novel set in the late 1400s. At the center of the story is Quasimodo, a hunchback bell ringer at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Tormented by the townspeople, he finds acceptance and kindness from a beautiful gypsy woman. Director Lisa-Marie French has assembled a cast of 30, including a 14-member choir, ranging in age from 16 to 70. Heading the cast is Ryan Petersen as Quasimodo, Haley Gagnon as Esmeralda and David Malinowski as Dom Claude Frollo. Tickets for The Hunchback of Notre Dame can be purchased by calling or visiting www. fineartsassociation.org/performance. Reservations are not required, but strongly recommended. Individual tickets are $25/adults; $23/seniors and students ages eleven and over and $15 for children ages ten and under. Discounted group tickets (for ten or more) are available. A special offer is available for opening weekend. Buy one adult ticket at full price and receive one ticket free for performances on June This production is rated PG. The Fine Arts Association is located at Mentor Avenue, Willoughby. Safe, secure on-site parking is free. The Corning Auditorium is barrier free. For more information on FAA s performance season and education offerings, visit or call and Entertainment Weekly Crossword Photo by Prelude Photography Ryan Petersen is Quasimodo, Haley Gagnon is Esmerelda and David Malinowski is Dom Claude Frollo in The Fine Arts Association s production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame on stage June In the Garden CONCORD GARDEN CLUB - A summer picnic is planned for Concord Garden Club members at Skok Meadow, Girdled Road Reservation, Concord Hambden Road in Concord for their June 13 meeting. Registration begins at 9 a.m. At 10 a.m. Aggie Sperry will discuss a local product, maple syrup, and its many uses. The business meeting will follow at 11 a.m. Reservations are requested at For all other information call The Garfield Garden Club of Mentor will meet on Tuesday, June 19 at 10:30 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 8125 Mentor Avenue in Mentor. The members will then carpool to Avalon Gardens Nursery and Inn in Chardon for an 11:00 a.m. tour. Guests are welcome if they contact the garden club in advance. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month at Faith Lutheran Church, 8125 Mentor Ave. from September to June. For further information call of Madison Garden Club s beautification committee dreams of planting flower pots and baskets all over Madison. Their annual fundraiser of $2,000 will cover the cost of planting more than 600 annual flowers. Within the Madison Community their beautification projects can be found from the Village s 50 hanging baskets, large flower pots along business doorways, the gazebo flower boxes and the new rose garden. In the township their decorative pots along Route 20 and the strip malls showcase yellow Stella D oro lilies along with additional flowering displays. Did you know that the Memorial Gardens next to the high school football field are planted and maintained by The Madison Garden Club? Donations show support for the many volunteers who make up membership of the Madison Garden Club. Donations can be made as a memorial for a loved one or a beloved pet. Any size donations will be appreciated. Indicate if this is a memorial donation by indicating the name of the person or pet as this will be acknowledged in a letter from Madison Garden Club. The campaign runs through May. Donations should be sent to: Madison Garden Club, P.O. 483 Madison, Ohio MEET US IN THE GARDEN - The Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers Meet Us in the Garden series is up and running. Join the Master Gardeners for one Saturday each month through October to learn about a variety of garden topics. Sessions include discussions and interactive demonstrations. Classes begin at 10 a.m., at the 4-H Building and the OSU Peace Gar- ACROSS 1. Cloaked 6. Applaud 10. Modify 14. Japanese cartoon art 15. Sharpen 16. Whip 17. A firm open-weave fabric 18. Computer symbol 19. Anagram of Sees 20. Being relevant to 22. Buddy 23. A state of SW India 24. Loosen, as laces 26. Liniment 30. Aviator 32. Unpaid 33. Words from other languages 37. Lady s escort 38. Anagram of Stabs 39. Cozy corner 40. Set up 42. Flora and fauna 43. Nigerian monetary unit 44. A short coat 45. Heroic tales 47. Lad 48. Indian dress 49. Resembling snoring 56. Curtail 57. Ancient marketplaces 58. Medical professional 59. Rectal 60. Relating to urine 61. Master of ceremonies 62. Headquarters 63. Fail to win 64. Russian emperors den at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 1301 Mentor Ave., Painesville. Registration is required for these free programs by calling (440) or gmail.com. Topics for this year include. June 2 - Succulents - An introduction to the care and propagation of succulents; those grown indoors as houseplants and those we grow outdoors. Learn how to successfully bring DOWN 1. Coarse file 2. A single time 3. Ethiopian monetary unit 4. Send forth 5. Rabble-rouser 6. Fine dinnerware 7. Hubs 8. Again 9. Antarctic birds 10. Powered by electricity 11. Fish broth 12. Put out 13. Not us 21. Charged particle 25. Not used 26. Balcony section 27. Is endebted to 28. Hue 29. Nonphysical 30. Civet-like mammal 31. Strip of wood 33. Den 34. A chess piece 35. Shower with love 36. Three-handed card game 38. Happy 41. Bleat 42. Rifle knife 44. Scribble 45. Steam bath 46. Tapestry 47. Support 48. Anagram of Cabs 50. Lawn mower brand 51. Anagram of Sire 52. Certain card games or liquors 53. Killer whale 54. End 55. Views the non-winter hardy ones outside in the spring and back inside for the winter. July 7 - Garden Art Learn some fun, fast and fabulous ideas to enhance plants. This class will show how some very creative gardeners have used inexpensive items to create interest in their garden. Participants will also be able to create their own piece of garden jewelry. GazetteNewspapers/ GreatLakesPrinting

3 Arts and Entertainment Summer season at Rabbit Run Theater opens with the comedy Harvey MADISON Mary Chase s Pulitzer Prizewinning comedy Harvey opened at Rabbit Run Theater, Friday, June 1, and runs through June 16. Elwood P. Dowd is a gentle soul who has an invisible friend Harvey, a six-foot, one-and-a-half inch mythological pooka, a rabbit with human features. Elwood introduces Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta finds her brother s behavior embarrassing, especially when he introduces Harvey to party guests. Veta has had enough and tries to commit Elwood to a sanitarium. The tables get turned, however, in this comedy of errors. Playing the role of Elwood P. Dowd is Brendan Sandham, who has performed and directed in numerous shows both at Rabbit Run Theater and the Fine Arts Association in Willoughby. Sandy Kosovich Peck is playing Elwood s sister, Veta. Peck also has performed in and directed numerous shows at Rabbit Run and is a theater faculty member at The Fine Arts Association in Willoughby. Caroline Turner is portraying Elwood s niece, Myrtle Mae. Harvey is directed by Ann Hedger, programming coordinator at The Fine Arts Association. Hedger has been associated with Rabbit Run since the 1980s as an actor and director. Harvey is one of the most underestimated plays of this century, said Hedger. Independence Day celebration MADISON - Holy Cat Whiskers Rescue is having a fundraiser at the rescue, 2585 Hubbard Rd., Madison, to celebrate everyone s freedom. A grill will be set up for hot dogs. There will be vendors; a Chinese auction and a 50/50 at the celebration Sunday, July 8, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Photo courtesy of Kathy Sandham and the Steele Mansion Caroline Turner stars as Myrtle Mae, Sandy Kosovich Peck as Veta and Brendan Sandham as Elwood P. Dowd in Rabbit Run Theater s summer season opening production of Harvey. The theme is as relevant today as it was in 1944 when it was written. The story s theme centers around the need to push down and silence individuals who do not conform to majority thinking. Brendan Sandham s Elwood P. Dowd does a heartwarming turn, showing us that if we stop worrying about being thought of as smart and be content with the choice of just being pleasant, that we would be in a better place. Tickets for all performances are available by calling the box office at , Wednesday through Sunday, 3 to 7 p.m. or on line at Tickets are $24/adult, $22/ senior, student and $11 for youth ages 12 and under. For group packages and rates call Guests are welcome to bring a picnic meal to enjoy on the grounds of the theater prior to a show in the picnic pavilion or courtyards. Rabbit Run Theater is one of the few remaining barn theaters still in operation in Ohio and produces shows every summer from the beginning of June through the end of August. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Harvey is rated for general audiences. Rabbit Run Theater is located at 5648 W. Chapel Rd., Madison. Kirtland Strawberry Festival is June KIRTLAND Kirtland Kiwanis will present the 59th annual Kirtland Kiwanis Strawberry Festival Thursday, June 14, through Sunday, June 17, at Kirtland High School, 9150 Chillicothe Rd. The Kiwanis serve fresh strawberries dolled up as shortcakes, sundaes, and supremes at the festival. In addition, the festival includes many other facets, such as a trivia game Thursday night, a parade Friday night, and the crowning of Miss Kirtland Saturday, the group s Facebook page noted. Hours for the festival are 6 to 11 p.m. Thursday and Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. It s fun, said John Bodmer, who has long been involved with the strawberry festival. We raise the money for charity, and we give 100 percent of our funds (after expenses) back to the community. Giving back to the community is what it amounts to. It s not all work, it s fun and you get to know people and make friends. Besides strawberry desserts, this family-oriented festival includes live entertainment, a flea market, midway, and rides for both adults and children. Saturday children s entertainment includes face painting (noon to 3 p.m.), balloon animals (3 to 5 p.m.), and Jungle Terry (5 to 6 p.m.) in the festival s Kidde Land. A strawberry shortcake eating contest or two also may be scheduled. The festival prohibits alcohol and gambling. Admission to the festival is free. Gazette File Photo Volunteers make strawberry sundaes at the Kirtland Strawberry Festival. This year s event is June 14 to 17. GazetteNewspapers/ GreatLakesPrinting Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, PGIFs: Penitentiary Glen Incredible Fridays KIRTLAND - Penitentiary Glen will host Incredible Fridays at 11 a.m. on the following listed dates. This is a series of nature-based family programs. Activities will include games, outdoor exploring, and naturalist presentations on a variety of topics. All programs are one hour long and held at Penitentiary Glen Nature Center. Adults must accompany children. These free programs are designed for children ages 5 to 10 with an adult. No registration required. June 8: Going Batty June 15: Bear Basics June 22: Insect Defenses June 29: Soaring with the Eagles July 6: Tree Tales July 13: Predator and Prey July 20: Coyotes July 27: Reptiles and Amphibians August 3: Beautiful Butterflies August 10: Planet Party Penitentiary Glen Reservation is located 8668 Kirtland- Chardon Rd. in Kirtland. For more information about the programs, go to Working Dog Weekend KIRTLAND - Have a howling good time and meet many breeds of dogs, talk to handlers and trainers, and find out what dog is right for you at Lake Metroparks Working Dog Weekend June 9 and 10, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. See demonstrations by Lake County police K-9 units and discover the many sports and activities to enjoy with four-legged friends. The Ohio Disc Dogs hosts a national Frisbee dog competition during Working Dog Weekend this year. Watch the best dogs from around the country compete in this sport. Children can try their paws at canine jobs and games such as guiding the blind, flyball, agility and much more. There will also be a stuffed toy dog parade of breeds. For more information and schedule, visit lakemetroparks.com. Due to the nature of this event and facility, please do not bring pets. Regular Farmpark admission applies. Farmpark members and children under 2 get in free. Lake Metroparks Farmpark is located at 8800 Euclid Chardon Rd. in Kirtland. Kid s Night Out, Old Tyme Games PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP - Take a night off and let the little ones have fun with this brand new 2018 program from LCHS - Kid s Night Out on Friday, June 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. Vintage activities, crafts and games will be the highlight of this historic evening. Weather permitting, outdoor fun will be included - the perfect opportunity to burn off energy. Pizza and snacks are included in this event at the Lake County History Center, 415 Riverside Dr. in Painesville Township. Call (440) to register. Cost per member child is $22, and each nonmember child is $25. Cash, check or credit card accepted. Wildwood Fine Art and Wine Festival MENTOR - The 38th Wildwood Fine Arts & Wine Festival is held on the grounds of the Wildwood estate, 7645 Little Mountain Rd., Saturday, June 16, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come view and purchase original art from local artisans while enjoying musical entertainment, food and fine local and regional wine. Children can visit the budding artist area where they can create art of their own. Sponsored by The City of Mentor s Community Arts Commission. Admission is $2. For more information and to register, call (440) Fairy garden fun for the little ones at Wildwood MENTOR - Wildwood Cultural Center is offering a variety of new youth programs including Fairy Garden Fun. Fairy Garden and Wand Creation for ages 5-11 will be presented Monday, June 11 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Visit Wildwood s enchanting fairy garden and grounds. Make and decorate different fairy necessities for a garden. Fairy stories, activities, and snacks included. Fairy attire encouraged. Fee for Mentor residents is $5, and $6 for nonresidents. Fairy House and Flower Crown Decorating will be taught by Mary Haskell, children s naturalist, children s librarian in Wildwood s craft room Monday, June 18, 1:30 3 p.m. Fairy House Furnishings, Wings and Fairy Party will be held Monday, June 25, 1:30 3 p.m. For more information and to register, call (440)

4 4 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Arts and Entertainment Community Events Ashtabula County Ongoing: Pierpont Farmers Market The Pierpont Farmers Market reopens Saturday, June 16, at 1071 Route 7, Pierpont (at the former Pierpont School). The market is open every Saturday until Sept. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market will feature seasonal vegetables, fruits and herbs; Byler s Kitchen baked goods; and handmade crafts. Call or and leave a message. Vendors welcome. Ongoing: Jefferson Farmers Market The Jefferson Farmers Market: From Farm to Fork is returning Saturday, June 9. Join the Farmers Market every Saturday from June 9 through Oct. 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Jefferson Historical Society on 42 E. Jefferson St. The market will include locally grown items, including produce from asparagus to zucchini (and many in between); herb jellies and jams; hanging baskets; fresh and dried flowers; perennials and annuals; and much more. Ongoing: Friendship meeting in Ashtabula Country Club III. 925 East 26th St., every Friday at 3 p.m. Everyone is welcome! Ongoing: The Nar-Anon Family Group For those affected by someone else s addiction, meets Mondays at 7:30 p.m. in the Conference Room (Library) at First United Church of Christ, 2870 Route 307, Austinburg. Ongoing: Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous Mondays weekly, 6:30-8 p.m. Harpersfield Town Hall, 1324 Harpersfield Rd. (intersection of Route 307). Offers a solution for all forms of food addiction: obesity, undereating, bulimia, obsession with food, dieting or body image. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Details at or (440) June 6 Ashtabula: Trip to Hard Rock Rocksino Ashtabula Senior Center Happy Traveler Trip to Hard Rock Rocksino. Contact Olive Jones at June 7-9 Austinburg Township: Rummage sale A rummage sale will be held June 7-9 at the First United Church of Christ, 2870 Route 307, Austinburg. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (prices marked down). June 8-9 Rock Creek: Rummage and bake sale The Rock Creek Community Methodist Church, at the corner of Route 45 and High Street, will have a rummage and bake sale in the church basement on Friday and Saturday, June 8-9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Lots of homemade baked goodies and great rummage items will be for sale. June 9 Ashtabula: Kids Fishing Derby The Ashtabula Rod and Gun Club will hold its annual Kids Fishing Derby on Saturday, June 9. Registration and Passport to Fishing Education Stations start at 8 a.m. The derby starts at 9 a.m. Lunch is served at 11 am. For boys and girls up to 18 years old. The derby will be held at the Rod and Gun Club, located at 6739 Ninevah Road, Saybrook Township. Free event. Bait provided. Prizes for all participants. For more info or to preregister your child, call Preregistration is not necessary but is preferred. Limited fishing equipment provided if you do not have your own. Share your special moments in life... we want your special announcements: Births Weddings Engagements Military Anniversaries College Graduations Send us your announcement including basic information, date, time and location, along with a photograph. Be sure to include your contact information. No charge! If you have any questions, please call our Editorial department x107 or reach us by June 9 Ashtabula: Burning of the Socks Come celebrate the start of the boating season with the Burning of the Socks on Saturday, June 9. Join the Lift Bridge Community Association on Bridge Street at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at Harbor Yak, 529 Front St., Ashtabula, and bring a pair of stinky old winter socks to toss in the fire for Ashtabula s Annual Burning of the Socks. June 9 Williamsfield: Alumni dinner The Williamsfield High School alumni dinner will be held June 9. Social hour at 5 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m. The cost is $12.50 per person. Call Shirley Semai for reservations. The class of 1968 and 1993 will be recognized at the 108th Alumni Dinner at the Williamsfield Community Center. June 10 Jefferson: Father/Daughter Dinner Dance A Father/Daughter Dinner Dance will be held on 5-8 p.m. Sunday, June 10, at the Jefferson Community Center, 11 E. Jefferson St., Jefferson. Cost is $30 for daughter and dad. $10 for additional guest. For tickets, call (440) All proceeds benefit the Relay for Life of Ashtabula County. June 10 Ashtabula: Blessing of the Fleet The Lift Bridge Community Association will kick off summer with the annual Blessing of the Fleet on noon Sunday, June 10, on the Public Dock on Bridge Street.All denominations are welcome to this special event that remembers sailors lost on the Great Lakes and while serving their country in the Armed Services and also bestows a blessing on boats within the river and marinas. June 12 Geneva: Jefferson Class of 1953 The Jefferson Class of 1953 will meet June 12 at noon at Best Friends in Geneva. June 13, June 27 Austinburg Township: Game Nights Game Nights will be held at the First United Church of Christ, 2870 Route 307, Austinburg, on Wednesday, June 13, and Wednesday, June 27, at 7 p.m. Play Mexican Train, a Dominos game. It s easy to learn, no experience needed. June 14 Ashtabula: Ashtabula High School Class of 55 Ashtabula High School Class of 55 will meet for lunch at noon June 14 at Perkins, Route 20, Ashtabula. For information or reservations, please call Deanna Blough at June 14 Geneva: Geneva Multi-Class Reunion Announcing the gathering of a group of very special Eagles who have graduated from Geneva High School. The steering committee is having the Annual Multi-class Reunion on Thursday, June 14. Graduates from the classes of will meet to celebrate this special event, as well as cheer on those classes that will be celebrating their respective 75 through 65th years since graduating from Geneva High School. Classes of years; years; and years. The Geneva High School Graduates from Multi -class Reunion will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 14, at the Geneva Community Center at 44 West Main St., Geneva. The luncheon is $12 per person. Make a paid reservation through your Class Representative by May 31. Cancellations no later than June 7. For more info, call Grace Haffa at (440) or Ron Kimmy at (440) June 15 Ashtabula: Father s Day Cruise-In The annual Father s Day Cruise-In will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday, June 15, at the Country Club Retirement Campus, 925 E. 26th St., Ashtabula. Live entertainment with the Cruise In Crooners. Free popcorn, sno cones, cotton candy, pop and hot dogs. Everyone that attends will be entered in raffles. There will be a trophy awarded to the Best Car in Show. To register a car, please call Mindy Daye at (440) by June 8. There is no fee to enter. June Jefferson: Rummage Sale The Jefferson Grange will host a rummage sale on June Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Bake sale and refreshments at Jefferson Grange Hall, 50 S. Chestnut St., Jefferson. June 15 Ashtabula: The Atlantic City Boys Ashtabula Senior Center Happy Traveler Trip to see The Atlantic City Boys at the Croatian Lodge Ballroom in Eastlake, OH. A delicious lunch included. You will hear such hits as Big Girls Don t Cry, Sherry, Book of Love, Wouldn t It Be Nice, Good Vibrations, California Girls, My Girl, Ain t Too Proud To Beg and I Wish It Would Rain. Contact Olive Jones at June 16 Jefferson: New Lyme-Deming 79th Alumni Banquet The New Lyme-Deming 79th Alumni Banquet and school reunion will be held June 16 at the Wesley Hall of the Jefferson United Methodist Church, 125 East Jefferson Street, Jefferson. Graduates or anyone who attended New Lyme- Deming are welcome to attend. Social hour begins at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. The cost will be $16 in advance or $17 at the door. Reservations must be made by June 9. If paying in advance, please send checks payable to Allan Zaebst and mail to 7640 Little Mountain Rd, Mentor, OH You can also make reservations by ing name and number attending to or by calling Janet Lipps at Hope you can come and reminisce with us! June 16 Austinburg Township: Community Recycling Event A Community Recycling Event will be held at the First United Church of Christ, 2870 Route 307, Austinburg, on 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 16. Recycle #1 and #2 plastics, like water, soda, milk and detergent bottles), rinsed, no cap; aluminum cans, rinsed; cardboard and paper board (cereal boxes and the like), remove and discard the liner, flatten the box; and mixed paper, newspaper, magazines, office paper, and junk mail. Sorry, no glass or steel cans accepted. June 17 Ashtabula: Big Bands on the Beach Big Bands on the Beach Summer Concert Series features the Madison Jazz Project performing tunes from the 1930s and 1940s on Sunday, June 17, from 4-6 p.m. at Walnut Beach, Ashtabula. Free and open to the public. Rain or shine. Flag raising. ACMC Informational table. Concession and restrooms available. Bring lawn chairs, parasols, and bottled water if desired. Coordinated by Dr. Timothy Kalil, sponsored by the City of Ashtabula, and funded by ACMC. June 18 Geneva: Ashtabula County Retired Teachers The Ashtabula County Retired Teachers will meet at Best Friends Restaurant in Geneva for a meeting with entertainment by the senior musical group Off Their Rockers. Call Ruthann Hannah at (440) three days before the meeting to register. There is no July meeting. June 20 Ashtabula: Hard Rock Rocksino Ashtabula Senior Center Happy Traveler Trip to Hard Rock Rascino. Contact Olive Jones at June 20 Saybrook Township: Honoring Betty Hietikko A resolution for past service on the Saybrook Township Park Board will be presented to Betty Hietikko by the Board of Commissioners just before 7 p.m. at the first Sounds on the Shore free concert night on Wednesday, June 20, at the Saybrook Township Park. June 20 Orwell: Chicken and meatloaf dinner A chicken and meatloaf dinner will be held from 4-6:30 p.m. June 20 at St. Mary Hall, Orwell, followed by a concert in the park series with Frank & Dean. Dinner sponsored by St. Vincent Charities for $9. June 21 Austinburg: Free community outreach meal A free community outreach meal will be held at First United Church of Christ, 2870 Route 307, Austinburg, on Thursday, June 21, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. For more information, call (440) June 21 Geneva: St. John s Class of 72 Get Together The next St. John s Class of 72 Get Together will be Thursday, June 21, at 5:30 p.m. at Chops, located at 1752 State Route 534 S., Geneva. Family and friends are invited. June Ashtabula: Beach Glass Festival Over 70 vendors will be bringing their unique products to the 10th annual Beach Glass Festival on Bridge Street in the Ashtabula Harbor June 23 and 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 29 Rome Township: Fish and shrimp dinner The Rome Fire Department s Fish and Shrimp Dinner will be held Friday, June 29, at the Rome Fire Department, located on the corners of Routes 6 and 45, Rome, from 4-7 p.m. Enjoy fish, shrimp or combo dinner with French fries or baked potato, coleslaw, applesauce, bread and butter and choice of drink. Adult dinners are $9. Children ages 4-11, $5. Children 3 and under free. Take-outs available. June 30 Geneva: Flea market The Friends of Geneva Library would like to invite you to a Flea Market at the Geneva Public Library on Saturday, June 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Rain date will be July 7).

5 Arts and Entertainment Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Lake County Cordial Connections - Spring into some fun and meet new friends. Find out what Cordial Connections is all about. Call Gayle for info June 7-10 ST. GABE FESTIVAL -The Catholic Community of St. Gabriel invites friends and neighbors in the Tri-County area to be a part of the 30th annual summer festival, a four-day event June This year s festival features a grand prize raffle to win a new car lease or $20,000 cash, plus nightly drawings to celebrate summer: $500 drawing Thursday at 10 p.m., $500 drawing Friday at 10 p.m., $1,000 drawing Saturday at 10 p.m. The grand prize drawing will be held on Sunday, June 10 at 9:30 p.m. Winner need not be present to win. A Monte Carlo event will be held each night of the festival. Enjoy live entertainment each evening with Northeast Ohio s bands, face painting, games and rides for all ages with all-day ride passes or individual ticket options available. June 8 FAIRPORT HARBOR HISTORIC WALKING TOUR - Take a historic walking tour of Fairport Harbor Village and lighthouse Friday, June 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Fairport Harbor Historical Society Wine and Cheese Event begins the evening with a 45 minute walking tour. Learn the history of this port and many of its iconic structures. Wine and light hors d oeuvres will conclude the evening while touring the keeper s dwelling and climb the tower for a sunset/moonrise. Cost is $15 per person to benefit the restoration fund. Call to reserve your spot. Deadline is June 6 at 4 p.m. June 9 GARAGE SALE - Fairport Community Wide Garage Sale is June 9. The Hungarian Reformed Church, 601 Plum St. will participate from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with lunch served beginning at 11 a.m. until sold out. Many treasures including household items, vintage Avon products, jewelry, rugs, items for children to seniors. June 12 WORDS AND WINE - Featured at the next gathering June 12 of Words and Wine, a monthly poetry reading series held at Rider s Inn, 792 Mentor Ave., Painesville, will be Ray McNiece. A resident of Northeast Ohio, McNiece has earned a national reputation as a poet and performer. The author of six poetry books, he once performed at the Poet s Hall of Fame in Moscow, Russia. Open Mic starts at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Margie DeLong June 14 LADIES NIGHT OUT - This monthly date night will allow girlfriends to relax and enjoy themselves together. Wildwood Cultural Center will supply the space, snacks, and activity. Participants are welcome to responsibly bring their beverage of choice. Each evening costs $15 for residents and $18 for nonresidents. All Ladies Nights are for adults age 21 and older and are held from 7-9 p.m. on select Thursday evenings at Wildwood Cultural Center, 7645 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor. Registration is Required. Call (440) to register. June 14 - Jewelry Bead Pond Party. Fish through thousands of beads to make one of a kind jewelry. Create a custom set to include a bracelet and pair of earrings. Bring a gal-pal and a beverage of choice for this fun evening. Fishing for beads is half the fun. June 23 WINE TOUR Lake County Farm Bureau is offering a summer wine tour Saturdays, June 23. These tours are open to the public, with Farm Bureau members receiving discounted rates. The bus will leave Grand River Cellars to begin the tour at 12:45 p.m. Each stop features tastings and tours; also there will be snacks and complimentary Farm Bureau wine glasses for each participant. Attendees must be 21 years old or older. Farm Bureau member cost is $85 per person, Our Ohio Supporters are $100 each, and non-member cost is $125 each. For joining, renewing, or upgrading a membership, a special discounted rate of $60 per person will apply. Register by March 30 for the spring tour or June 1 for the summer tour by calling For more information visit call , or MUSICAL BENEFIT - A fundraising event is being held for a very special little girl, Miss Hailey Terrell, Saturday, June 23, at the Redhawk Grille in Concord Township from 1 to 11 p.m. There will be continuous music throughout the day, full bands with acoustic acts performing in between, raffles, baskets and more. Hailey is 8 years old. She was born with Goldenhar Syndrome, a rare congenital defect characterized by incomplete development of the ear, nose, soft palate, lip and mandible. For more information visit Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/even July 9 Daisy Classic Golf Outing - Ladies save the date to join CCWR at Pine Ridge Country Club July 9 for a fun scramble with course games, food and the opportunity to win the yellow ticket raffle for $1,000, $750 or $500 cash. Raffle tickets are $2 ea or 6 for $10 and can be purchased Community Events through any CCWR member or at the Clothing Cottage. Winners need not be present. Go to westernreserve.org to download a registration form. For more information check out the Christ Child of the Western Reserve Facebook and web pages. July 12 LADIES NIGHT OUT - This monthly date night will allow girlfriends to relax and enjoy themselves together. Wildwood Cultural Center will supply the space, snacks, and activity. Participants are welcome to responsibly bring their beverage of choice. Each evening costs $15 for residents and $18 for nonresidents. All Ladies Nights are for adults age 21 and older and are held from 7-9 p.m. on select Thursday evenings at Wildwood Cultural Center, 7645 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor. Registration is Required. Call (440) to register. July 12 - Wine and Canvas: Wildwood Manor House Artist and owner of Create-A-Craft, Eileen Sheehan shares her talent and art education to guide guests through the steps needed to create a Manor House masterpiece. No experience necessary. Colors and composition is up to each participant. Aug. 9 LADIES NIGHT OUT - This monthly date night will allow girlfriends to relax and enjoy themselves together. Wildwood Cultural Center will supply the space, snacks, and activity. Participants are welcome to responsibly bring their beverage of choice. Each evening costs $15 for residents and $18 for nonresidents. All Ladies Nights are for adults age 21 and older and are held from 7-9 p.m. on select Thursday evenings at Wildwood Cultural Center, 7645 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor. Registration is Required. Call (440) to register. Aug. 9 - Beach Art Treasure ake summer last by creating a one of a kind beach art treasure. While thinking about the beach, artistically create a scene using driftwood, pebbles, beach glass and more. Then leave with a piece of summer to enjoy all year long. For more information or to register, call (440) SHOWCHOIR - The Note-oriety Showchoir plans its 50th anniversary performances at Solon High School at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 14 and Friday, June 15, and 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 16. They invite any choir alumni to be a part of the anniversary performance. For information about joining Note-oriety or for tickets to a performance, call , or check the website NoteorietyShowChoir.com. Presale tickets are $10; $12 at the door, seniors $11 and children $5. Group rates are available. SEEKING SINGERS - The Maple Mountain Chorus of Sweet Adelines Intl, is looking for women who love to sing. Come and experience the sound of 4-part a cappella harmony as taught by the new director, Pam Dickinson. Singers may become hooked for life. The group meets on Monday evenings, beginning 7:30 p.m., at St. Andrew Episcopal Church, 7989 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor. The group would love to be able to come and sing for Groups or organizations looking for some entertainment for an event. For more information call Jan at Also, check out www. maplemountainchorus.org. or MARK WOOD CON- CERT Lake County welcomes the Mark Wood Experience live in concert this summer. Hosted by the Lake County Visitors Bureau and the City of Mentor, the Grammy Award winner Mark Wood and the Mark Wood Experience will take the stage at the Mentor Civic Amphitheater, June 16 at 7 pm. As part of this event, Wood and his band of five will be joined on-stage with members of the Mentor High School Orchestra. Ultimately, there could be as many as 20 orchestra students on stage. Mentor High School orchestras include: Concert, Symphony, Mannheim Chamber and the Cardinal Quartet. The Mentor Civic Amphitheater is located at 8600 Munson Rd. Free admission and free parking, food trucks, and beer and wine sales. Tickets are not required. Through the Eyes of the Artist MENTOR - An artist biography lecture series created by Felicia Zavarella Stadelman will be presented at Wildwood Cultural Center in Mentor. Inspired by her own enthusiasm for art, coupled with her education and background in art history, this program has been designed to provide a richer insight through the artist s personal perspective. Each presentation is enhanced with music, prints and images to help tell the story of the artist. In addition, every member of the audience will receive an overview of the artist, and a notecard memento. Light refreshments provided. Mentor resident fee is $8 and $10 for nonresidents. Mary Cassatt will be the subject artist Thursday, June 7 from 6 to 7 p.m. Mary Cassatt influenced Impressionism not only as an artist; she also had an important role in sponsoring and financially promoting Impressionist art. She was single handedly responsible for introducing the paintings of the French Impressionists to the United States. Her paintings of women and children focused on a gaze or gesture encouraging a bond between the models and the viewer. Tea, tunes and tasty treats PAINESVILLE - The Maple Mountain Chorus of Sweet Adelines, International invites the public to attend their summer event, Tea, Tunes & Tasty Treats, Saturday, June 30 beginning at 1 p.m. at First Church of Christ, 422 Mentor Ave., Painesville. A delightful afternoon has been planned, including English tea selections, a light lunch and desserts. Also planned, is a jewelry sale, 50/50 raffle and other surprises. Topping off the afternoon, will be a performance by the chorus. Tickets are $12. For advance reservations, or more information call Bonnie at: or Apollo s Fire returns to Geauga Lyric Theater in Chardon CHARDON - Apollo s Fire, The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra s will present a program, Countryside Concerts, Sunday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Geauga Lyric Theater Guild, 101 Water St, Chardon. Last summer s Mediterranean Roots program raised the rafters, and now it returns in a fresh, new version, Tarantella! Rhythms of the Old Mediterranean. Soulful singers Amanda Powell and Brian Kay celebrate the common ties of Spanish, Italian, Greek and Arabic cultures, along with a colorful ensemble of plucked instruments, recorder, strings, hammered dulcimer and exotic percussion. The Lautenwerck a beautiful lute-like keyboard instrument makes its debut on the Apollo s Fire stage at the hands of Jeannette Sorrell. Purchase tickets at https://apollosfire.org/. Puzzle Answers

6 6 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Health & Wellness Special Red Cross blood drive held in memory of dedicated blood donor ASHTABULA The community is invited to give blood in memory of Dale Otto at a special American Red Cross blood drive, Friday June 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Zaback-Williams- Ducro Funeral Home in Ashtabula. Dale Otto was a dedicated blood donor throughout his life. As an employee at Cristal, Dale gave at every company blood drive for over 25 Dale Otto years. He donated more than 100 pints of blood, potentially helping hundreds of patients. His family is hosting a blood drive in his memory and encouraging the community to carry on Dale s lifesaving mission. Hosting this blood drive in memory of Dale is a wonderful way to ensure the local blood supply remains strong, said Tara Dragon, account manager for the Northern Ohio Blood Services Region of the Red Cross. We hope the Ashtabula community will join us and help ensure blood is available for patients in need. Every two seconds in the United States blood is needed to respond to patient emergencies, including accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease. The Red Cross must collect more than 13,000 blood and platelet donations every day for the patients at about 2,600 hospitals nationwide. Donate Blood in memory of Dale Otto on Friday, June 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Zaback Williams Ducro Funeral Home, 500 West Prospect, Ashtabula, How to donate blood Simply download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit RedCrossBlood.org or call RED CROSS ( ) to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver s license or two other forms of identification are required at checkin. Individuals who are 17 years of age in most states (16 with parental consent where allowed by state law), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements. Blood and platelet donors can save time at their next donation by using RapidPass to complete their pre-donation reading and health history questionnaire online, on the day of their donation, from a computer or mobile device. To get started and learn more, visit RedCrossBlood.org/RapidPass and follow the instructions on the site. About the American Red Cross The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit RedCross.org or Cruz- RojaAmericana.org, or visit us on Twitter New program dates set for Connections Through Music MENTOR - Caregivers to a loved one with dementia or memory challenges may be eligible to particpate in a free music program. Caregivers and loved ones with dementia who are living at home in Lake County are encouraged to attend one of the introductory sessions to learn more about what is involved in this free progam. Introductory meetings for caregivers to receive complete information about this new program are: - Tuesday, June 12 or Aug. 12 at Mentor Senior Center, a.m. and - Monday, June 18 at Mentor Volunteers are needed to participate in United Way of Lake County s (UWLC) 26th Annual Day of Caring Wednesday, June 27. The organization is also accepting projects from nonprofit agencies in need of volunteer assistance. Volunteers work on a variety of projects throughout Lake County, which include things like indoor and outdoor painting, weeding, gardening, spreading mulch, edging flower beds, Mentor Senior Center, a.m. There is no obligation to participate. Music is an effective way to activate memories, increase communication and provide social experiences for persons living with memory loss. The goal is to research how a new group music program for persons living with dementia can help increase socialization and connection witihe the community. Caregivers and their loved ones will participate in six group music sessions led by retired senior volunteers. Caregiers will learn trimming bushes, planting and yard clean-up. Projects also include hosting socials for groups of seniors and children. The day kicks off every year with a pancake breakfast at Lakeland Community College, and following this, volunteers disperse to begin the projects they have adopted. Project completion times vary ranging from a couple of hours to a half or full day. Many organizations find how to use music as a tool to increase communication and receive new information each session on how to engage in meaningful activities at home. After completing all six sessions, participants receive a free ipod loaded with a personalized play list of music to be enjoyed at home. Music can help with depression and anxiety, improve sleep patterns, improve quality of life, increase bonding between caregivers and loved ones, spark more frequent discussions, reignite the love of music, unlock past memories and provide meaningful connections with others. Call a senior center to register. Program dates are: Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Munson Rd., July 3 through Aug. 7 or Sept. 4 through Oct. 9; a.m. Call Willoughby Senior Center, Brown Ave.; July 11 through Aug. 15; 11 a.m. to noon. Call Willowick Senior Center, 321 E. 314th St.; Aug. 23 through Sept. 27; 10:30-11:30 a.m. Call Perry Senior Center, 2800 Perry Park Rd.; Sept. 5 through Oct. 10; 1-2 p.m. Call Volunteers needed for United Way of Lake County s Day of Caring Day of Caring to be a great team building activity and encourage groups of employees to participate. Others pair up with groups of friends as a way of giving back, said UWLC Marketing and Communications Director Tami Lewis. Anyone interested in volunteering for Day of Caring and any nonprofit agencies in need of project assistance should contact United Way of Lake County at or via at gsikula.org. Through its Day of Caring, UWLC mobilizes the power of a large group of caring volunteers to make a meaningful impact in the community by pairing them with projects submitted by non-profits. Last year, more than 500 volunteers took part in UWLC s largest annual volunteer event. Over the 25 years UWLC has made Day of Caring possible, they ve recruited and paired more than 15,500 volunteers with over 1,300 community projects. Hospice of the Western Reserve volunteer education series news Hospice of the Western Reserve is seeking volunteers to assist in private residences, nursing homes, assisted living communities, our three Hospice House locations, and hospital settings. As a vital part of Hospice of the Western Reserve s team, volunteers come from all walks of life and have a variety of skills, talents and abilities. Opportunities to serve are diverse: visit patients and families to provide companionship, socialization, and comfort; help with legacy work, transportation, light housework, and meal preparation; run errands; make phone calls; help with clerical work; attend health fairs; make presentations. Volunteers with specialized professional qualifications and training are also needed: attorneys, licensed hair dressers, massotherapists, pet therapy dogs and their handlers. The next series of volunteer classes will be held at Hospice of the Western Reserve, 5786 Heisley Road, Mentor 44060, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 31, Aug. 2, 7 and 9, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Non-clinical volunteers attend only the first four hours on July 31, while most other volunteers attend all classes. Pre-registration is required. For more information, or to register, call the volunteer team at (216) It is required to wait 12 months after experiencing a significant loss before volunteering directly with patients. About Hospice of the Western Reserve Hospice of the Western Reserve is a community-based, non-profit agency providing comfort and emotional support to patients and their families. The agency cares for people in a variety of settings, including the home, hospital, long-term care facility, David Simpson Hospice House overlooking Lake Erie, Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake and Hospice of Medina County. For more information, visit hospicewr.org or call (800) Follow us on Facebook GazetteNewspapers/ GreatLakesPrinting Imagine Your Dream Bathroom Make Bathing Safe Again With a JACUZZI WALK-IN TUB! $500 off On Installed Home Depot Home Services Bathroom projects. Only valid through USA- HOME.com. Cannot be combined with any other discount. For a limited time only. Call For A Free Design Guide And Estimate! A Jacuzzi Walk-In Tub isn't just a jetted tub it is the culmination of 60 years of advanced hydromassage engineering. 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7 Regional News Buyers must beware when purchasing property By Andrew Smith Partner - Rolfes Henry Co. LPA Buying a home is a dream and a milestone for many American individuals and families. It is also one of the biggest financial and legal transactions in many people s lives. June is National Homeownership Month and a good opportunity for would-be homebuyers to carefully consider the legal factors that go into buying property. Buyer Beware Buyer beware, also known as the doctrine of caveat emptor, is an age-old doctrine. It means that, if you intend to buy property, you generally bear the responsibility for finding out about the property s condition before purchasing it. This doctrine appears to place the entire risk on the shoulders of the homebuyer, but only does so if 1) the condition of the property is open to observation or discoverable upon reasonable inspection to the buyer; 2) the buyer had the opportunity to examine the property; and 3) there is no fraud or wrongdoing on the part of the seller. Home Defects and Inspections The buyer is responsible for making efforts to obtain all information about obvious defects or problems with the property. A defect that is open, observable and can be discovered through inspection and inquiry is called a patent defect. As the buyer, you will be held responsible and liable for all defects that you could have discovered upon inspection, so make sure you make reasonable efforts to view and inspect the property before buying it. For example, you may notice such patent, obvious defects as large cracks in the concrete foundation of the home, a hole in the roof or rotten wood on the home s front porch. If you decide to buy the home in spite of these obvious defects, you could not later seek damages or a remedy against the seller for the costs of repairing them. The burden is on you to notice these issues before buying the property. The home may also have latent defects that are known to the seller but cannot be easily discovered by the buyer or may present a dangerous condition. These defects are inherently hidden. As an exception to the doctrine of caveat emptor/buyer beware, sellers must disclose latent defects to the buyer. This requirement provides protection for homebuyers. Latent defects are more complex than patent defects. For example, if a leaking roof can only be noticed when it rains, and an inspection shows no evidence of water damage, this would be a latent defect. Similarly, if a septic tank produces a bad smell occasionally, this would not be a readily observable problem. In such instances the burden falls on the seller. If the seller fails to disclose such issues, the buyer can seek a remedy if necessary, in court. A seller is also liable for fraud or misrepresentations to the buyer. For instance, a seller cannot lie and tell the buyer the foundation is in great condition if the seller knows it is in need of repair or in danger of collapsing. Similarly, a seller cannot tell a buyer a roof has never had any leaks if the seller has replaced the ceiling s drywall and paint to conceal the fact that the roof leaks every time there is a severe storm. In certain circumstances, a seller does not have to disclose latent defects. If a real estate agreement contains an as is clause, then the buyer assumes the risk that latent Thinking of having a Earn more with Quality! 30 YEARS OF SERVICE CDL & Non-CDL Drivers Quality Drive Away, Inc. needs CDL & Non-CDL drivers to deliver truck chassis from Springfield, OH. WE HAVE 20 + PICK UP LOCATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY Your Family Deserves The BEST Technology... Call NOW! Value... TV!... Upgrade to the Hopper 3 Smart HD DVR Watch and record 16 shows at once Get built-in Netflix and YouTube Watch TV on your mobile devices Hopper upgrade fee $5/mo. defects may exist. An as is clause relieves the seller of any duty to disclose, and means the buyer cannot bring a lawsuit against the seller for any passive nondisclosure. For example, in a 2009 Ohio case, a court held that sellers had no liability under an as is home sale contract for failing to disclose the existence of a steel support structure that was installed in a basement wall after the wall had sustained water damage. It is very important to retain a licensed property inspector to examine the property before purchase, and to make the purchase agreement contingent upon the property passing inspection. An inspector has the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to thoroughly evaluate the property and notice issues you may never discover until it is too late. photo submitted Andrew Smith is a partner in the Cincinnati office of Rolfes Henry Co. LPA and concentrates his practice in the areas of construction law, product liability and insurance bad faith litigation. How an Attorney Can Help An experienced real estate attorney is well-equipped to prepare and review documents related to property purchases such as purchase agreements, mortgages, title documents and transfer documents. Real estate lawyers also have relationships with trusted service providers and can recommend inspectors and other professionals to ensure that the home is in good condition before any purchase goes through. If latent defects are found after a sale, an attorney will work in the interest of his or her client to gather and present evidence of the lack of disclosure if the matter makes it to a courtroom. This Law You Can Use consumer information column was provided by the Ohio State Bar Association. Articles appearing in this column are intended to provide broad, general information about the law. This article is not intended to be legal advice. Before applying this information to a specific legal problem, readers are urged to seek advice from a licensed attorney. About Andrew Smith Mr. Smith is a partner in the Cincinnati office of Rolfes Henry Co. LPA and concentrates his practice in the areas of construction law, product liability and insurance bad faith litigation. He has extensive experience in state and federal courts throughout the country and is involved in numerous organizations connected to the construction industry. He is an active participant on the Construction and Insurance Law Committees for CLM, the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Lawyers and the Defense Research Institute. He also takes an active role with Allied Construction Industries and the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati and is the creator of the construction law blog, Between the Law and a Hard Hat. Market your sale to over 30,000 readers for only $9.99 Deadline Monday at Noon Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Patrol reports 15 deaths during Memorial Day weekend COLUMBUS The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting 15 deaths on Ohio roadways during the 2018 Memorial Day weekend according to provisional statistics. There were 15 traffic deaths during the 2016 and 2017 Memorial Day weekends. Two of this year s fatalities were the result of not wearing a seat belt when available and two were OVIrelated. The four-day reporting period began Friday, May 25 and ran through Monday, May 28. State Troopers made 36,582 traffic enforcement contacts; including 787 OVI arrests, 490 drug arrests, 8,242 safety belt citations. In addition, the Patrol made 17,905 non-enforcement contacts including 4,077 motorist assists. We take enforcing traffic laws seriously, and troopers were highly visible this weekend to encourage safety, said Colonel Paul A. Pride, Patrol superintendent. We thank everyone who slowed down, buckled up and designated sober drivers this weekend. We ask that you do the same every time you get behind the wheel. Year to date, there have been 380 confirmed fatalities on Ohio s roads; a 4 percent decrease over the same time last year. Roadway safety is a shared responsibility; everyone can contribute to making our roadways safer by following traffic laws, wearing safety belts and driving sober. Don t become a victim of fraud - attend free seminar KIRTLAND - Every year, illegal telemarketing and mail fraud schemes rob consumers, often senior citizens, of their hard-earned life-savings. The U.S. Postal Inspection Service will host a free seminar for seniors Monday, June 18 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Lake County Emergency Operations Center, 8505 Garfield Road, Mentor. Learn tips on how to protect yourself from illegal telemarketing and mail fraud schemes. At the seminar hear from Congressman David Joyce, U.S. Postal Inspectors, Lake County Sheriff Central Communications. Tour the Central Communications Dispatch Center. Snacks and refreshments will be served. Reservations are required. Space is limited to the first 30 people to respond. Call RSVP of Lake County to reserve a seat today, (440) Follow the natural law toward good health MENTOR - Good health comes with easy instruction in Traditional Chinese Medicine: follow the natural laws. But just what are these laws and how are they applied to our lives? 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8 8 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 OPINION Guarding against China s security threats John Lampson Publisher Emeritus William Creed President/Publisher Stefanie Wessell Senior Editor SENATOR SHERROD BROWN on Your Home Town Congressman DAVE JOYCE Representing Ohio s 14th District Weekly Wrap Friends, We officially have our OH-14 Congressional Art Contest Winners! I would like to personally congratulate and thank all 88 students from 7 different schools across the district who sent us artwork this year. Each piece is truly remarkable and each student should be proud of his or her work. The first-place winner is invited to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony in Washington D.C., where her artwork will be put on display in the Capitol and remain there for one year. The second-place winning entry will hang in Congressman Joyce s Washington D.C. office for the year. The third and fourth place winners will have their artwork on display in the Congressman s district offices for one year. First Place: Caitlin Guttu The Flow of Being Unconfined Mentor High School, 11th grade Third Place: Lauren Coviello Sandy Bay Lighthouse Ministries NDCL, 11th grade Fourth Place: Elizabeth Katavich Kerouac Mentor High School, 11th grade Also, thank you to everyone who voted for the People s Choice Award on Facebook! The winner of the People s Choice Award s artwork is the piece with the most votes and will also be on display in the Mentor Office for one year. Last month in the Senate Banking Committee, we passed my bipartisan legislation to give our country more tools to respond to foreign investments from countries like China that could pose a threat to our national security. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, also known as CFIUS, is responsible for screening foreign investments for national security threats, and blocks investments that undermine our national security. But as countries like China have adopted new tactics to acquire our critical technology and knowhow, the laws that give CFIUS its authority haven t kept up. That s why I introduced this bipartisan bill, to ensure CFIUS has the tools it needs to tackle today s threats. No country has been more aggressive than China in going after American technology in sectors like aviation, robotics, new energy vehicles, and others where the U.S. has established ourselves as a global leader. In just three years, from 2013 to 2015, the number of Chinese acquisitions coming under CFIUS review jumped 38 percent. And China is getting sneakier, finding ways to get around the rules to avoid review all together. Chinese companies structure deals so they can gain access to sensitive technology and information without triggering a CFIUS review. For example, if a Chinese investor wanted to buy a controlling stake in an American company, CFIUS would review that deal and have the chance to block it. But if Chinese investors instead got seats on that company s board, they could still have access to the same sensitive technology without triggering a CFIUS review. Similarly, some foreign investors might enter into a joint venture with an American company, again giving them access to all of the technology, data, and know-how, without CFI- US approval. While that American business may not particularly like joining up with this Chinese company, the Chinese government will coerce them into the joint venture as a condition for continued access to the Chinese market. My bipartisan bill will make these tactics harder by strengthening the review process and enforcement, particularly when it comes to critical technology and investments from state-owned enterprises. I m hopeful we ll get this legislation signed into law this year. However, this is See BROWN on page 12 District Week Visits Congratulations to Aero Fluid Products for expanding their facility in Painesville. With an anticipated investment of nearly $4 million, I am proud to have been a part of this project that is creating 40 full-time jobs here in Lake County. Thanks for including me in the groundbreaking along with Painesville City Council President, Paul Hach, State Senators Johny Ecklund and Kenny Yuko, State Representatives Ron Young and John Rogers, and Lake County Commissioners, Jerry Cirino, Dan Troy and John Hamercheck. Tuesday afternoon I toured Think[box] at Case Western Reserve University, a 7-story, 50,000 square foot innovation factory open to the community for free. Thank you, Bob Sopko and Jennifer Ruggles for taking the time to show me this impressive facility that generates creativity and innovation. Second Place: Amanda Rose Colors and Chaos Mentor High School, 11th grade People s Choice Award Winner: Jasmine Moree Smile Harvey High School, 11th grade Dave

9 Opinion/Editorial Protecting consumers, our environment and our future By JOHN PATTERSON Legislative Update 99th District State Representative One common theme in my work as your state representative centers on protection be that consumer protection, environmental protection or protection from direct bodily harm. There are three bills, two of which I am joint sponsor, which serve to illustrate this effort. First, House Bill (HB) 123 would reform Ohio s payday lending industry by adding commonsense consumer protections for the thousands of Ohioans who take out short-term loans every day. Under this bipartisan plan, monthly payments and interest rates would be capped so borrowers will not get caught under mountains of debt. Under current law, predatory lenders can charge skyhigh interest rates and fees that more than double the amount borrowed. In some cases, lenders have charged consumers more than 500 percent interest on a simple, two-week loan and that s WASHINGTON, D.C. The U.S. House of Representatives passed U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown s (D-OH) bipartisan bill to advance childhood cancer research, prevention and access to treatment. Brown s bill, the Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access, and Research Act of 2017 (Childhood Cancer STAR Act), is also sponsored by Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and has been called the most comprehensive childhood cancer legislation ever taken up by Congress, by Children s Cause Cancer Advocacy. Brown is urging the President to move quickly in signing this legislation. This bill will expand the scope of childhood cancer research, so that we can better fight this disease said Brown. I urge the President to move swiftly on this legislation, so that we can get Ohio families the resources they need to prevent and not fair to Ohio consumers. Contrary to what the payday lending lobby would have some believe, thousands of Ohioans who use short-term loans every day would still have access to these loans except with more protections to ensure they re getting a fair deal. Taking on unfair practices and cracking down on predatory lending will benefit hardworking families across the state. Second, I jointly sponsored HB 643 with Rep. Steve Arndt (R-Port Clinton), our bipartisan proposal to keep our region s natural treasure, Lake Erie, clean for future generations to utilize and enjoy. The bill would provide up to $10 treat childhood cancer. Brown s bill would address childhood cancer by doing the following: Improving Childhood Cancer Research Reauthorize the National Childhood Cancer Registry through FY2022 and authorize the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to award grants to states to help improve state cancer registries. Direct the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to utilize all information and samples available to further research into childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancer. Improving Care for Childhood Cancer Survivors Direct the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to develop and establish a pilot program to help monitor and care for childhood cancer survivors. This program would work million to support efforts to reduce open lake dumping of dredged materials by 2020, a move that would greatly benefit the Conneaut and Ashtabula deep-water ports, which serve as a driving force for shipping and commerce in the region. In addition, HB 643 would appropriate up to $20 million to assist the reduction of harmful phosphorus deposits in the lake s Western Basin, including funds for various soil and water conservation projects to reduce the potential for harmful algal blooms that threaten the lake and area drinking water. I am happy to report that this proposal has seen bipartisan support. It is my hope that this bill will pass out of committee and come up for a vote on the House floor in the coming weeks and months. Finally, HB 318, a bill I jointly sponsored with Rep. Sarah LaTourette (R-Chesterland), is currently before the Senate Finance committee. This bill would prescribe the training requirements and responsibilities of school resource officers, as well as provide some $10 million for to establish a task force to develop and test standards for high-quality childhood cancer survivorship care and carry out a demonstration project to improve care coordination as childhood cancer survivors transition to adult care. officer training and training for teachers and staff to better identify and direct those in need of mental health resources to the care that is right for them. I anticipate this bill will make its way through the Senate with a similar show of support as when it passed 92-2 in the House. As your state representative, I take seriously my job to push ideas that protect what s best about our state and that begins with our workers, our environment and our children. By adding commonsense protections for Ohio consumers, cleaning up our state s vital waterways and keeping students safe at school, we have the chance to make a real difference these next few months. It is my hope that when my friends across the aisle break the stalemate and finally decide on who to choose as the next House speaker, we can get back and work together to pass important legislation to benefit all Ohioans. House Bills 123, 643, and 318 do just that. Together, we are stronger when we work side by side, with all, by all, and for all. Brown s bipartisan bill to prevent childhood cancer heads to president s desk Boosting Access to Treatment Direct HHS to convene a Workforce Development Collaborative on Medical and Psychosocial Care for Pediatric Cancer Survivors. Direct NIH to investigate outcomes for, and barriers faced by, pediatric cancer survivors within minority or medically underserved populations and follow-up care for pediatric cancer survivors, including research on the late effects of cancer treatment and long-term complications. Directs the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to use NIH s findings to make recommendations for removing barriers to childhood cancer survivors getting and paying for adequate medical care. Brown has been leading efforts to address children s health issues. In January, Brown led efforts to extend the Children s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), known in Ohio as Healthy Start, for six years, protecting the healthcare of more than 209,000 Ohio children, families and pregnant mothers. Brown introduced bipartisan legislation in May to help newborns suffering from withdrawal recover in the best care setting and provide support for their families. In April, Brown s bipartisan bill to reauthorize the Children s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education (CHGME) program for an additional five years and increase its authorization to $330 million per year passed out of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee. Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Pediatric practices to start new interventions to prevent repeat child abuse AG DeWine, OCHA, Ohio AAP announce third phase of Ohio children s hospitals collaboration COLUMBUS Recently Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and the Ohio Children s Hospital Association (OCHA) announced a new collaboration to further spread interventions and findings to reduce the occurrence of child abuse in infants six months and younger by enlisting pediatric practices. Eight large pediatric practices across Ohio, representing more than 30,000 patients and families and recruited through a partnership with the Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, will be joining children s and community hospitals in implementing proven interventions to identify potential signs of abuse and prevent further abuse in Ohio s youngest and most vulnerable children. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine funded the Timely Recognition of Abusive Injuries (TRAIN) Collaborative with a $1 million grant from settlement funds to OCHA in The purpose of TRAIN is to prevent repeat child abuse in the most vulnerable population, infants six months and younger. The TRAIN Collaborative analyzed what the medical community refers to as sentinel injuries. Sentinel injuries are minor injuries known to the medical provider that should prompt concern that the child is being abused. Unfortunately, sentinel injuries are often missed by medical providers placing the infant at risk for further abuse. The TRAIN Collaborative identified the specific injuries that should be suspect and developed a specific process or bundle of care that reduces repeat instances of child abuse. If a medical provider discovers a sentinel injury, they use the prescribed bundle, to assist in the identification of abuse and to ensure the infant receives appropriate follow-up care. The bundle includes a skeletal survey of the infant, psychosocial assessment of the caregivers and pediatric consultation. In 2016, children s hospitals in Ohio determined that one in 10 Ohio children seen for child abuse has been seen previously with a sentinel injury and less than one in three receives the necessary physical examination and followup. They worked together to create and test the bundle within their own hospitals, and then spread the process to 19 community hospitals across the state. This third phase will teach eight pediatric practices about the bundle and help them implement it within their practice. We have some of the best minds in pediatric healthcare in the country right here in Ohio. I am proud that we could bring these minds together to identify a proven process to help children who are too young to understand their injuries or even to speak for themselves, said DeWine. Spreading this important process to more pediatricians throughout Ohio will mean more children are spared from further abuse and that has been my goal with this program from day one. The learning here in Ohio has been spread beyond the state s borders, as leaders from TRAIN have been asked to present their findings at national conferences, including the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem conference. Attorney General DeWine has always been a strong advocate for Ohio s children, and this initiative would not have been possible without his commitment and support. 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10 10 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Columns John Brown and the Ohio and Erie Canal I have researched a lot about John Brown and his activities and life in several states but had never read about his connection to the Ohio and Erie Canal. Brown was born in 1800 and moved with his family to the Western Reserve from Connecticut when he was five years of age. His father started a tanning business in Hudson, and would have benefited from the canal trade business. The farmhouse has been extensively restored and made into a huge home with no resemblance to the simple dwelling when the Browns lived there. The Ohio and Erie Canal had been built in All types of businesses began along the Cuyahoga River that could benefit from the water transportation, including that of Owen Brown, John s father, who had his sons work in the tannery with him. John Brown had married his first wife, Dianthe Lusk, in Hudson in Together they moved to Pennsylvania to start a new tannery. The remains of the building are still standing. The business eventually proved unsuccessful and when his wife died in childbirth in 1831, leaving him with seven children, he quickly looked for a woman who could help with the children and household. He found that woman in 16-year-old, May Ann Day, whom he married the following year and together they had thirteen more children. Of the 20 children of Brown s, only 11 survived to adulthood. The family moved to Franklin Mills (now part of Kent), and became partners with Zena B. Kent in 1835 in a tannery business along the Cuyahoga River. The partnership failed and was disbanded. It seems as if John Brown had trouble with partnerships. Perhaps he could only work in a business if he was the boss and had complete control or at least the final say. His next venture was to buy up land around Franklin Mills with the idea that soon there would be an economic boost and land value would greatly increase. It was not to be and the venture failed, leaving him bankrupt. The Brown family left Franklin Mills and returned to Hudson, then on to Richfield. He came in contact with the Perkins family. General Simon Perkins, founder of what would become Akron, owned most of the land where the Ohio and Erie canal would cut through. He donated the land to see the canal built. The Ohio and Erie Canal was extremely important to the growth of Akron and surrounding area as it would connect the city to the Cuyahoga River near its Lake Erie outlet in Cleveland. Sixteen locks would be built on the canal that ran through Akron. The Cascade Locks are now part John Brown and his family lived across the road from the mansion in a two-room cottage at the intersection of an old stagecoach route. This view in 1900 shows the old house, still standing and located at Diagonal and Copley Roads. of the historic towpath trail, park and tours. General Perkins son, Colonel Simon Perkins, became his father s agent in He decided to start a wool and sheep operation on what would become known as Mutton Hill in Akron. Colonel Simon Perkins partnered with John Brown in a sheep and wool business. He built the famous Perkins Mansion in Akron, which still stands. This photo is from circa He built a temporary tworoom cottage for his family while their stone mansion was being built across the street. Both houses are still standing and open for tours. When he moved into the mansion, his new business partner, John Brown, moved in with his family. The cottage was located at the intersection of the stagecoach route and what is known as the Portage Path, once used by the Indians. John Brown s job was to raise Perkins 1,300 Merino and Saxony sheep and sell the wool. Perkins was to provide food and shelter for the sheep. In the historic documents preserved from that time, it is stated that Brown was to wash and shear the sheep and prepare them for market. In return, he would be allowed to live in the cottage, receive wood for fuel and pay $30 a year for rent. The Brown family lived and worked there off and on from In 1846, just two years after starting the partnership with Perkins, Brown had a grand idea. He would go to Springfield, Massachusetts, open an office and try to expand their selling market to get a higher price for their wool. He found a home in Springfield while he was there and left his sons at the cottage in Akron. The venture was unsuccessful and ended in so many lawsuits that Perkins nearly went bankrupt paying them off. Again, Brown s partnership ended in disaster. Brown had used company money to travel to Europe to expand the market, but the wool dealers were not willing to switch from their American dealers who were charging a lower amount than Brown s proposal. After his firing, Brown took his wife and the children still at home and moved to North Elba, New York, in the Adirondack Mountains. I have been to the farm but was there on a day that the gates were locked, and tours were not being conducted. (After his hanging, Brown s body was taken back to North Elba and buried on the farm.) By 1859, John Brown would lead his infamous raid on the federal armory at Harper s Ferry and later be tried and hanged for his anti-slavery thoughts and actions, including the killing of five pro-slavery men and the shootout at the armory. John Brown s presence in the Western Reserve is well documented in the places he lived, but his presence in Ashtabula County was so fleeting, I am not aware of any historic markers commemorating his visits or impact here. In our county he hid the rifles for the raid on Harpers Ferry, his The foundation of John Brown s tannery is still standing with an historical marker in New Richmond, Pennsylvania. In 1846, an African American photographer, Augustus Washington, took photos of Brown with a Subterranean Passway flag known as a militant counterpart to the Underground Railroad. son married an Ashtabula County girl and had some of his fellow raiders return to this county to be hidden and to speak shortly after he was hanged. The two-room cottage in Akron, as well as the Perkins Stone Mansion and farm across the street, have been fully restored and bequeathed to the Summit County Historical Society by a Perkins family member. At the Ohio and Erie Canal Lock 3 Park, exhibits and talks on John Brown, the Ohio and Erie Canal and others take place. On top of old Mutton Hill where John Brown and his sons took care of the 1,300 Merino and Saxony sheep, a monument Obituaries Florence T. (Muttillo) Arndt, age 92, of Mayfield Village, died May 28 at her daughter s home surrounded by her loving family. She was born April 9, 1926 in Cleveland. Survivors include her children, Adele Arndt, William Bill (Kimberly) Arndt, Karen (Kenny) Simmons, Michelle (Mark) Grdina; 12 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Preceding Florence in death are her husband, William H. Joyce I. Anderson Aug. 19, May 24, 2018 Florence T. Arndt April 9, 1926 May 8, 2018 stands with an image of John Brown at the top. The monument and broken steps leading to it are up the hill from the Akron Zoo and closed to the public. The monument and the land it stands on is a part of the zoo property and there are hopes it will one day be incorporated with an exhibit. In 2009, at the 150th anniversary of Brown s hanging, a brochure was distributed at a ceremony at the monument which was opened for the day for the public to visit. The closing line reads, Historians argue endlessly over what John Brown did and what he was. To the people of Akron, one thing is certain, he was, for a time, one of us. Joyce I. Anderson, age 85, of Ashtabula passed away after complications from heart surgery at the Cleveland Clinic on May 24. She was born August 19, 1932, in Alliance, the daughter of the late Ernest and Irene (Briggs) Meeks. She married Jack Anderson May 14, Dr. Anderson graduated from Kent State University in 1953, earned her MA in Theater in 1968 and PhD in Arts Management in She was a member of Alpha Psi Omega, theater honorary; Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary; Cardinal Key, Senior Women s honorary and Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Joyce taught in the Buckeye School system for over 30 years where she produced and directed exceptional theater productions. She instructed students in English, Creative Writing, Speech, and Theater Arts. She was the Buckeye Teacher of the Year and the Ashtabula County Teacher of the Year in She also taught for years as adjunct faculty at KSU Ashtabula Campus. At the Ashtabula Art Center, she acted in and directed many Straw Hat Theater productions and was a member of the board of the GB Repertory Company. She and her late husband Jack also served on the Board of Deacons of the Second Congregational Church. Moving to California in 1989, she taught in Pasadena at Mayfield Senior School, a private girl s school and at Palomar College in San Marcos. In her 42 years of teaching, she took pride in bringing students, literary skills, and the arts together. Family was always upmost in Joyce s life. She is survived by her two children, Tim (Wendy Asato) Anderson and Joan (Hector) Briceno; four grandchildren, Emma and Miles Anderson, and Jeffrey and Jack Briceno all who reside in California; sisters, Shirley Rininger and Nancy Vicars of Alliance and a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Jack in Funeral services were held Thursday, May 31, at the Zaback-Williams-Ducro Funeral Home, 500 W. Prospect Rd. Ashtabula, with Rev. Bill Daywalt officiating. Burial followed at Greenlawn Memory Gardens in North Kingsville. Should friends desire, memorial contributions in her name may be made to Ashtabula Art Center, 2928 W. 13th St., Ashtabula, OH Zaback-Williams-Ducro Funeral Home, 500 W. Prospect Rd. Ashtabula, is handling arrangements. Online obituary and condolences at www. ducro.com. Arndt; parents, John and Louisa Muttillo; siblings, John Muttillo Jr, Anna D Andrea, Lucy Conforte and Dominic Muttillo. A private family interment will be in All Souls Cemetery, Chardon. The family requests contributions may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, OH Arrangements entrusted to Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home.

11 Obituaries Roger L. Blum March 29, 1932 May 22, 2018 Thomas E. Clint April 4, May 25, 2018 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Brittany Frantz March 17, 1990 May 25, 2018 Roger L. Blum, age 86, of Mentor, passed away peacefully May 22 at David Simpson Hospice House in Cleveland. He was born March 29, 1932 in Cleveland. Roger went to Shaw High School. He then spent two years in the Army before continuing his education at Cleveland State University, graduating from the Fenn College of Engineering. Roger worked as a civil engineer until he retired. He was involved in many roadway improvement projects in the Cleveland area. He was also a member of the Cleveland Auxiliary Police and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Roger was also gifted in photography. He loved taking photographs to document events and capture the beauty of the world around him. He exhibited photographs at several shows including the May Show at the Cleveland Museum of Art, as well as in Ronald C. Butcher, age 87, Jefferson, died Tuesday, May 29 at the Jefferson Healthcare Center where he had been a patient the past three days. He was born October 27, 1930 in Weston, WV, the son of Clete D. & Reva (Bailey) Butcher and has resided in Jefferson since 1956, coming from Weston. Ron attended both Glenville State College and graduated from Fairmont University. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Korean Conflict. He married Virgie A. DeLauder on August 9, 1953 at the Gee Lick Methodist Church in West Virginia. Ron taught Algebra and Math for 28 years at Jefferson Area High School. He and his wife, Virgie coached the first girls basketball team at JAHS, he was also the boy s JV basketball coach, assistant and head football coach and was coach of the golf team. Following his retirement in 1984, he was the greenskeeper at Hickory Grove Golf Course for many years. Ron was involved many years with the former Jefferson Exchange Club and was a member of the Ashtabula Co. and Ohio Retired Teacher s Association. His enjoyments include golf, fishing, traveling and snowmobiling. Ronald C. Butcher Oct. 27, May 29, 2018 Michael (Mick) Capela May 5, May 24, 2018 Michael (Mick) Capela, age 74, of Garden Grove, CA, passed away on Thursday, May 24. Mick was born in Conneaut on May 5, 1944, to the late Eleanor and Rolland Bob Capela. Mick graduated from Conneaut High School and joined the National Guard. Mick later moved to Orange County CA where he met and married Janet (Boyd) Capela. Mick was loved by all who knew him - known for his gift of hospitality and generosity. Mick loved playing pool, spending time with family and a nice glass of wine. He was very artistic and loved to display his chalk drawings. Mick is survived by his wife, Janet Capela, his four children, Mike Nagele of Spokane, WA, Cindy Doty of Garden Grove, CA, Dena Capela of Conneaut, and Julie Evans-Hanna of Riverside, CA. He is also survived by 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. DJS FIREARMS TRAINING various printed publications. He received awards for many of his works. Survivors include his beloved wife of 55 years, Marilyn (Shea) Blum; children, Lee Anna (Thomas) Shetina, Sharon Benner, Laura (John) Palumbo, Kathy (Gene) Plaga, Robert (Nicole) Blum; 26 grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Preceding Roger in death were parents, Simon and Florence Blum; and sister, Sonia Levine. A private family funeral mass was held at St. John Vianney Church with interment following at Mentor Municipal Cemetery. In lieu of donations, please consider performing an unsolicited act of kindness for someone in need to honor Roger and the way he lived his life. Arrangements are entrusted to Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, Virgie, two sons, Rodney L. (Linda) Butcher & Ronald C. Butcher, II, four grandchildren, Collin, Steven, Erin & Ethan Butcher, all of Jefferson and a brother, Donald L. (Katie) Butcher of Barberton. His parents, a son, Randy B. Butcher, a brother, Gary Butcher and two sisters, Amy Dent & Martha Sue Carpenter preceded him in death. Graveside services were held Friday, June 1, at Oakdale Cemetery with Pastors Ed Pickard & Rick Havens, whom both taught with Ron at JAHS, officiating the services. The family requests memorial contributions to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 1166 Lake Ave., Ashtabula, OH The Fleming & Billman Funeral Directors and Crematory, Jefferson, Ashtabula & Geneva are honored to serve the Ronald C. Butcher family. Visit fleming-billman.com to view obituary, express condolences or light a candle. Specializing in Certified Conceal Carry Classes Dale & Janie Sunderlin NRA Certified Firearms & CCW Instructors (440) Fax: Thomas Edward Clint, age 60, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Friday, May 25, at the Hospice of the Western Reserve. David Simpson House on the lake. He was born on April 4, 1958 in Ashtabula, the Son of James B. and Eileen Edna (Riehl) Clint. A 1976 graduate of Harbor High School, he studied Business Management at Kent State University, Ashtabula Campus. From 1985 to 2002, he lived in Philadelphia, PA, and then New Jersey before returning home to Ashtabula to care for his mother. Tom worked as a commercial diver and canvas fabricator, making boat covers and table covers for several area restaurants. He was also in sales and marketing and the Best Idea Man. In his earlier years he was a bartender at shenanigans. A member of Our Lady of Peace Parish, the VFW Post #943, Sons of Italy, East Ashtabula Club, and American Legion Post 103, he was known to his closest friends as Tommy and/or TC. Tom enjoyed the beach, sailing, diving, stained glass, canvas work, and gardening! Tom wrote many poems and was working on a book. An avid sports fan, bocce and racquetball were his two most favorite to play. He also loved all music especially Jimmy Buffet and jazz. Diagnosed with cancer, Tom made a bold choice to holistically treat his condition. For years, he defied the odds Dana G. Clute, age 76, of Williamsfield, passed away peacefully Tuesday, May 29, at home. He was born May 2, 1942, in Warren, the son of Lynn A. and M. Pauline (Hanger) Clute, and had lived in the area all his life. A 1960 graduate of Williamsfield High School, Dana began his career with Locke Machine, where he met Carol Jewell, who would become his wife of 51 years. Dana then moved to Esab in Ashtabula and worked there for 38 years before retiring. He served nine years on the Ashtabula County Fair Board and had been a volunteer fireman with Wayne Township. Active in 4-H and FFA while in school, he farmed most of his life, raising dairy cows, beef cows, draft horses, and pigs. When younger, he played baseball, had hunting dogs, and was an avid hunter. He was known for his coffee time with his buddies, and for his Dana G. Clute May 2, May 29, 2018 and focused on educating himself and others about natural remedies to improve quality of life. He read scripture daily. The Lord spoke to him. There is another way. Tom is survived by two brothers, Timothy James (Lynn) Clint of McKean, PA and Terrence Joseph (Barb) Clint of Fridley, Minnesota; one sister, Judith Ann (Russell) Holt of Manassas, VA; several nieces, nephews, and cousins; dear friend Marcene Grywalsky of Brunswick; his special buddy Ajax; and many other close friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, June 4, at Our Lady of Peace Parish, Mother of Sorrows Church, 1464 West 6th St. Rev. Fr. Raymond Thomas, presided. The family would like to extended deep appreciation to the nurses and staff of Hospice of the Western Reserve for their loving kindness and care they gave to Tom. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family c/o ZABACK-WILLIAMS- DUCRO FUNERAL HOME, 500 W. Prospect Road, Ashtabula, or to the Tom Clint Oral Cancer Support Fund # at any Huntington Bank, Go Fund Me: GoFundMe.com/TomClint, or On PayPal: PayPal.Me/ TomClint. Zaback-Williams-Ducro Funeral Home, 500 W. Prospect Rd., Ashtabula, is assisting the family. Online obituary and condolences at Saturdays with the Buckeyes. He is sadly missed by his four children: Shannon (Ken) Kidwell of Williamsfield, Tanis (Larry) Owen of Andover, Cline (Brandi) Clute of Williamsfield, and Chris Babb of Williamsfield; and 11 grandchildren: Tyler, Teresa, Troy, Cole, Abbey, Kari, Cassie, Trevor, Allison, Chase, and Gregory. Preceding him in death are his parents; his loving wife, Carol, whom he married September 29, 1964 and who died February 11, 2016; his son-inlaw, Jeff Babb; and his in-laws. Per his request, services are private. Cremation is taking place. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Staton-Borowski Funeral Home, 962 North Road, NE, Warren, OH Dedicated To Serving Your Loved Ones. This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent to Dennis D. Crockett Sept. 13, 1942 May 24, 2018 Dennis D. Crockett, age 75, of Mentor, passed away May 24 at Lake West Medical Center in Willoughby. He was born Sept. 13, 1942 in Cleveland. Mr. Crockett was the Vice President of Research and Development at Lincoln Electric for 38 years. Survivors are his wife, Mary Beth Crockett; children, Jennifer (Chris) Selan, Meghan (Mike) Putre, Matthew (Heather) Crockett, Adam (Cortney) Crockett and Kevin (Amanda) Crockett; 11 loving grandchildren; and his brothers, David (Judie) Crockett and Terrence Crockett. Dennis was preceded in death by his parents, George and Helen Crockett. Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home handled arrangements. Interment will be in All Souls Cemetery, Chardon. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK Brittany Frantz, age 28, of Mentor, moved to Heaven on May 25 surrounded by her loving family. She was born March 17, 1990 in Mayfield Hts. and had lived in Mentor her entire life. Brittany loved animals, especially her late cat Misty, who was her best friend and constant companion. Survivors include her mother, Patti Frantz; father, Tom (Dawn) Frantz; siblings, Mathieu and Hilaire (Scott Marshfield) Frantz; her paternal grandmother, Rosemary Frantz; her aunts and uncles, Denise Ahlstrom, Jack (Julie) Slattery, Maureen (Roger) Slattery Grant, Pauline (Randy Swan) Slattery, and Katherine (Kip) Slattery Amerin, Rich (Mary) Frantz; many cousins; her step siblings, Caitlin (Nate) Dobson, Ashley (Jacob Welker) Burd, Brittany (Mario) Mazzarino, and Erik (Taylor) Burd; nieces and nephews; and her feline babies, Harley and Grayson. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Memere and Pepere Yvette and Bob Slattery, and cousin Michael Frantz. Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home handled arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 26 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10004, the Susan G Komen foundation, or your favorite animal rescue center. Rita Jane Freeborn Oct. 31, May 21, 2018 Rita Jane Freeborn, age 70, of Madison passed away on May 21. She was born on October 31, 1947 in Painesville to the late Robert and Ethel (Sorvisto) Freeborn. Rita received her Master s in Horticulture from Penn State and went on to become a Master Gardener with Cooperative Extension and worked for the USDA collecting and documenting invasive insect species. Rita is survived by one sister, two brothers, two sisters-in-law, nine nieces and nephews and seven grand nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Oasis of Hope Center, 522 Leonard St. NW, Grand Rapids, MI (616) A graveside service was held on Tuesday, May 29, at Concord Cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by the Potti Funeral Home, 1009 Mentor Ave., Painesville. Mary Fritch July 7, 1938 May 31, 2018 Mary Ann Fritch, age 79, of Concord Township, passed away May 31 at Altercare of Mentor in Concord Township. She was born July 7, 1938 in Maple Heights. Mrs. Fritch had worked as a cashier at the Marc s in Mentor. Survivors include her daughters, Judy Ann Palumbo and Michelle (James) Hudd; grandson, James Alexander Hudd; sister, Florence (Ken) Tobalski, other loving family and her dear friends, Carol Chessar and Ray Johnson. She was preceded in death by her former husband, Bernard Palumbo; second husband, Wes Fritch and parents, Joseph and Ann Balli. Contributions may be made to Absolute Hospice, 6200 Oak Tree Blvd., Suite 150, Independence, OH Arrangements entrusted to Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home. Naoma J. Goecker June 17, May 24, 2018 Naoma J. Goecker, age 86, of Williamsfield, died Thursday, May 24, at her daughter s home where she had lived for the past year in Hartsgrove Township. She was born June 17, 1931, in Mapletown, PA, the daughter of George C. and Bessie D. (Titus) Gapen. She was a 1948 graduate of Mapletown High School. Formerly of Brook Park, Mrs. Goecker had lived in Williamsfield since She and her husband owned and operated Bill s Food Market in Cleveland, Williamsfield, and at Holiday Camplands in Andover, when she retired at the age of 75. She enjoyed bird watching, flowers, doing word search puzzles; and was a fan of all the Cleveland sports teams, especially the Browns. She also enjoyed playing cards and is rejoicing that she is now playing cards again with Bill. Most of all, Mrs. Goecker loved to spend time with her four daughters and all her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mrs. Goecker married William R. Goecker on Feb. 5,1956, and he preceded her in death on Feb. 28, She is also preceded by her parents; two sisters, Edith Holbert and Hildred Bowers; and three brothers, Charles Gapen, Ernest Gapen, and George Gapen Jr. Survivors include her four daughters, Pam (Dave Bailes Sr.) Kuhn of Gustavus Township, Sharon (Butch) Young of Williamsfield, Lynda (Ken) Piper of Cherry Valley Township, and Lori (Bob) McElroy of Hartsgrove; five grandchildren, Frank (Kristen) Kuhn III, Robyn (Justin) Prem, Brian Young, Cindy (Tim) McElroy, and Joe (Jamie) McElroy; six great grandchildren, Ayden, Abby, Adalynn, Madison, Makayla, and Timmy; three step grandchildren, Lori (Jim) Tabor, Bob (Lisa) Young, and Kathy (Garrett) Compston; four step great grandchildren, JC (Montana), Nicole, Sophia, and Bobby; one step great great grandson, Grayson; and many nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held on Thursday, May 31, at Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service, 8569 Main St., Kinsman. Burial followed in Williamsfield Center Cemetery. Those wishing to share a fond memory or condolence may visit

12 12 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Obituaries P. Eugene Goss Sept. 20, May 25, 2018 Patricia Ann Green, age 76, of Geneva, passed away May 25. She was born Oct. 23, 1941 to Bruno and Elizabeth (Malinkey) Szewczyk in Lorain. A 1959 graduate of Geneva High School, Pat proudly served her country in the U.S. Navy for five years. After her military career, Pat resided in northern Virginia. She worked as a Contracting Officer for the Department of Energy and then the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington, D.C. retiring in After her retirement she relocated to her beloved hometown of Geneva and later became the operator of Rees Corner in Geneva. Opening in 2006, Rees Corner was her joy. Pat is survived by her daughters, Samantha (Kelly) House of Virginia, Jennifer (Paul Henderson) Green; grandsons, Paul and Jack Henderson of Massachusetts; sisters, Jeanette Branham of Geneva, Julia (Steve) McKinney of Arizona, Barbara Sykes of Ashtabula, Catherine Brumbaugh of Pennsylvania; brothers, John of Youngstown, Bruno (Sue) of Nevada, Stephen (Cheryl) of Georgia and Daniel (Cindy) Patricia Ann Green Oct. 2, 1941 May 25, 2018 P. Eugene Hoss Goss, age 78, died on Friday, May 25, at his home. He was born on September 20, 1939, in Youngstown, a son of Rosalene F. (Codner) and Austin Paul Goss. Gene was a 1959 graduate of Kinsman High School and attended Kent State University. He served in the United States Army as a Screaming Eagles 101st Airborne Ranger and a Special Forces Green Beret, serving a year in Vietnam and four months in Korea. Gene is the record holder for the state in the Pole Vault, having been one of the last to use a steel pole. He worked for the former Copperweld Steel of Warren, the former Taylor Winfield of Warren and he also worked for D & G Machine Products of Howland. He was a member of the Gustavus Masonic Lodge No. 442 F & AM, Harry Lees American Legion No. 506, Mahoning NAUS No. 426 and he was a life member of the NRA. He is preceded in death by his parents; a son, Ford Eugene Goss and a brother, Jerry Goss. Survivors include two children, Colin Lee Goss of Niles, and Sherry L. (Nelson) Welch of Gustavus; a step-son, Brad Gill Ground Hog of Warren; his nephew that was always helpful, Ricky A. Goss of Warren; three grandchildren, Teagan (Miguel Jimenez) Jewell, Joshua (Jessica) Marshall and Jeremy Brown and a great grandson, Jase Brown. A memorial service was held on Thursday, May 31, at Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service, 8569 Main Street, Kinsman, with Rev. Susan Francis officiating. Private burial followed in Little Beaver Cemetery in Enonvalley, Pennsylvania. Memorial contributions may be made to the Disabled American Veterans; Harry Lees American Legion or to the Salvation Army. An online guestbook is available at of Florida; brother-inlaw Ron Schouman; an aunt Doris Malinkey of Geneva, Ashley Cline of Washington, numerous nieces and nephews and her muchloved Westies, Sophie and Steffie. She is preceded in death by her parents, sister, Marion Szewczyk and brother-in-law, Mick Branham. A funeral service will take place on Saturday, June 9, at 11 a.m. at Behm Family Funeral Home, 175 South Broadway, Geneva. Burial will be in the family plot at Evergreen Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude s Children s Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN or Boy s Town, Crawford Street, Boy s Town, NE Crate Griffith March 21, May 29, 2018 Crate Griffith, age 73, of Madison passed away on May 29, at Carington Park in Ashtabula. Crate was born on March 21, 1945 in Columbus. Crate was a former employee for Deepwood Industries. Preceded in death by parents Gerdie Marie Griffith and Thomas Smith. Visitation was held on Friday, June 1, at the Potti Funeral Home, 2726 Hubbard Road, Madison with a service that followed with Pastor Charles Pahlman officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery in Madison. All arrangements are being handled by the Potti Funeral Home in Madison. Trying To Get Your Business Noticed? Stop Spinning Your Tires! Advertise With Gazette Newspapers & Get Noticed! Call ! Henry D. Hess, Jr., DRAIL, age 38, died Saturday, May 26, at St. Joseph Medical Center, Andover. The son of Henry D. Hess, Sr. and Marguerite (Braessler), he was born on November 12, 1979 in Ashtabula, where he enjoyed most of his life other than when he spent time with his family in West Virginia. A Class of 98 graduate of PVHS and the ACJVS (Certificate in Masonry), recently he earned his HVAC Certification while being employed with Scott Hill (Scorpion Mechanical) for the past several years throughout Ashtabula County. His children and family were his life. He was an amazing father, the best uncle, a loving brother and son, and the most sincere and loyal soulmate one could ever ask for. Darrel was a jack of all trades and a master at them all. He loved music, enjoying his muscle cars, and most importantly helping others. He gave his shirt off his back to anyone in need. He was Henry D. Hess, Jr. Nov. 12, May 26, 2018 B. Juan Hill Dec. 21, May 30, 2018 Patricia A. Hinkle Nov. 24, 1941 May 29, 2018 a perfectionist and a wonderful teacher. He enjoyed camping and being outdoors. His survivors include his soulmate, Amber, married July 7, 2007; three sons, Aden, Landon, and Chance; his mother, Marguerite Rita Stroyny of Cambridge Springs, PA; his father, Henry D. Hess, Sr. (Regina) of Princeton, WV; one brother, Brad Hess of WV; four sisters, Tonya Mercer (Victor) of Geneva, Jessica Brainard of Dorset, Stephanie (Scott) Daniels and Shawndy (Tommy) Gilligan, both of WV; his inlaws, William and Lori Shine of Williamsfield; brother-in-law, Tyler Shine; sister-in-law, Maranda Shine; numerous nieces and nephews; and his faithful K-9 companion Chloe. A Celebration of Life Gathering was held Saturday, June 2, at the WILLIAMS-DUCRO FUNERAL HOME, 1071 SR 7, Pierpont. Josh Woodard officiated. Contributions may be made to his wife, Amber and her sons. B. Juan Hill, age 90, of Ashtabula died Wednesday, May 30, at Brentwood Health Care Center in Northfield. She was born December 21, 1927 in Warren, the daughter of Clyde D. and Wilma A. (Kincaid) Nippell. She was a1945 graduate of Warren G. Harding High School and the Technical Lab School in Columbus. She had worked as a Lab Technician and Doctors Assistant in Warren, for six years and Cafeteria Manager for Buckeye Local Schools in Ashtabula for 25 years retiring in She was a member of the East Side Presbyterian Church in Ashtabula for over 50 years; treasurer of the Women s Association at the church for 25 years; a member of the church choir; treasurer of the El Kaddir Grottoetts for 22 years. While her children were in school she was heavily involved in all their activities, the Buckeye Boo, Buckeye Bash, Band Boosters, basketball, baseball and minstrel shows. Surviving her is her son, David (Kathleen) Hill of Broadview Hts.; two grandchildren, Rebecca Hill of Streetsboro, and David (Michelle) Hill of Milan, Michigan and two great grandchildren, David W. Hill and Noralee Hill. She was preceded in death by her parents; her Husband, Vernon L. Hill in January of this year; a son, Donald Clyde Hill and a sister, Dorothy Hartman. A memorial service will be Saturday, June 9, at 3 p.m. at the Ashtabula Home of Fleming & Billman Funeral Directors and Crematory, 526 W. Prospect Rd. Ashtabula with Rev. Michelle Bartel of Eastside Presbyterian Church officiating with visitation from 1 p.m. until the time of service. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery in Plymouth Township. The Fleming & Billman Funeral Homes are honored to serve the Juan Hill family. Condolences, light a candle and obituary at Patricia A. Hinkle, age 76, a lifelong Mentor resident, died May 29 at her home. She was born Nov. 24, 1941, in Cleveland. Mrs. Hinkle was a homemaker for most of her life. She enjoyed quality time with her son, Douglas F. Hinkle. The joy of her life was her granddaughters Debi, Dina and Kayla. She is also survived by her sisters, Maryann (Felix) Costa, and Donna Jones; cousin, Claire Hacha; sister in law, Joan (Gary) Cottrill; and several loving nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 42 years, Richard W. Dick Hinkle; her parents, George and Marie Pahler; and her sister, Rosemary Flores. Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home handled arrangements. Private family inurnment will be held at Mentor Cemetery at a later date. In memory of Patricia, memorial contributions may be made to the Lake Humane Society, 7564 Tyler Blvd., Mentor, OH Gazette Newspapers All obituaries or changes to obituaries must be sent from the funeral home to: P.O. Box 166 Jefferson, OH Fax: Elaine Hupertz, age 75, of Madison, passed away May 29 at Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield. Born Jan. 2, 1943, in Willoughby, she was the daughter of the late George and Rita (Meyer) Buehner. She married Thomas G. Hupertz on Oct. 19, 1968 in Eastlake. She is survived by her husband, Deacon Thomas G. Hupertz; children, Theresa (Chris) Frisbie, Thomas Hupertz, Jr., Mary (Chris) Naso, Elizabeth Hupertz (Steve Swinson), and Joseph (Kristen) Hupertz; seven grandchildren, Ally, Evan, Anthony, Luke, Adam, Zachary and Delilah; sisters, Mary Ann (Ray) Mackura, Susan (Tim) Brunetz; brothers, Donald (Linda) Buehner and Paul Buehner; sister-in-laws, Cindy Baron L. Barry Lott, age 45, of Conneaut, passed away Thursday, May 31, following a years illness. He was born July 22, 1972 in Conneaut, and was the son of Robert and Beverly (Brown) Lott. Barry graduated from Conneaut High School in 1990 and enjoyed working on cars, camping, fishing, and hanging with family and friends. Survivors include his wife Jessica M. (Summers) Lott, whom he married September 5, 2003; his children Nathan Lott, Britney Lott, Damion Lynch, and Samantha Lynch, all of Conneaut; his brothers Brad (Tammy) Lott of Ashtabula, Robert Lott of Ashtabula, and Brian Lott. Also surviving are Cory, Ashley, and Anthony. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother Elaine Hupertz Jan. 2, 1943 May 29, 2018 Baron L. Lott July 22, May 31, 2018 Gilbert Lyon Oct. 3, 1935 May 26, 2018 and Darlene Buehner. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, James and Jack Buehner and infant son, George. Behm Family Funeral Homehandled arrangements. Final resting place will be at North Madison Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions in Elaine s name to the Christ Child Society of the Western Reserve, 9354 Mentor Ave., #7, Mentor, OH William Lott; and his grandparents George and Bessie (Seymour) Lott, and Cecil and Margaret (Wilson) Brown. At Barry s request, no services will be held at the present time. Contributions may be made to his family. Envelopes will be available at the Marcy Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 208 Liberty St., Conneaut, which has been entrusted with arrangements. Sign the guestbook at www. marcyfuneralhome.com. Gilbert Gil Lyon, age 82, of Willoughby Hills, passed away unexpectedly May 26. He was born Oct. 3, 1935, in Cleveland. Gil worked as a maintenance supervisor for GE, retiring after 37 years. Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Dolores (Seme); children, Deborah (Tim) Joyner, Scott (Laura) Lyon, Kathy (Hanzel) Moore and Jeff (Dee) Lyon; 15 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren; brother in law, Mike (Marsha) Seme; sister in law, Ida Seme; nephew, Mike (Debby) Seme; his beloved pets, Spencer the dog and Fred the cat; and special friends, Britt and Paulette Raburn. He was preceded in death by his brother, Bruce Lyon; son, Donald Lyon; granddaughter, Melanie Lyon; parents, Harold and Twyla Lyon and brother in law, Larry Seme III. Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home handled arrangements. Contributions may be made in Mr. Lyon s memory to the Lake Humane Society, 7564 Tyler Blvd., #E, Mentor, OH or to the Geauga Humane Society Rescue Village, Chillicothe Rd., Novelty, OH BROWN From page 8 just a first step. CFIUS was only created to deal with national security threats. Right now, we have no way to evaluate deals that may pose a threat to our economy. That is why I m calling on Congress to pass my bipartisan bill with Republican Senator Chuck Grassley to empower the Department of Commerce to begin screening foreign investments for their long-term economic impact and consequences for American workers and American businesses. It s simple before we do business with a foreign entity, let s make sure it will create jobs and grow the U.S. economy, not undermine our national security or American industries. We are already behind when it comes to protecting our economy from Chinese investment. Let s get the tools in place to protect against these security threats and protect American jobs.

13 Obituaries Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Guy F. Orth, age 84, of Sheffield, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday, June 1, at the Austinburg Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. He was born December 15, 1933, in Kenton, a son of Robert D. and Irene E. (Rodgers) Orth. Mr. Orth had been a long time Sheffield resident and was employed by Grand River Rubber for 11 years and then Ashtabula Rubber for 14 years. He enjoyed doing puzzle books and listening to country music. He married Barbara J. (Darby) on July 5,1956, and she preceded him in death on April 10, He is also preceded by his parents; his son, Guy F. Orth; granddaughter, Angela Gonzalez; and four brothers, Kenneth Orth, Maurice Orth, Nelson Orth, and Harold Orth. Mr. Orth is survived by four daughters, Guyanna (Fino) Gonzalez of Jefferson, Kristi (Delfin) Lopez of Jayuya, Puerto Rico, Kathy (Wilson) DeJesus Deborah Lea Ridenour, age 65, passed away Sunday, June 3, at ACMC. She was born June 11, 1952 in Conneaut and was the daughter of William and Joyce (Yates) Murkens and had been an area resident most of her life. Prior to her retirement in 2016, she worked 20 years at CSP in Conneaut and previously at Carington Park. Deborah loved BINGO, Pepsi, and the Cleveland Indians. In fact, other than cheering for the Steelers, she was a fan of all Cleveland sports. A member of the Conneaut Eagles, she also liked country music and loved to follow the Conneaut band, Slingshot. Deb dearly loved her family and especially her grandchildren, all of whom will miss her terribly. She is survived by her sons, Edward, Bruce (Bonnie), and Kenneth (Tina) Ridenour; Marjorie McKinnon Sept. 29, June 1, 2018 Guy F. Orth Dec. 15, June 1, 2018 Deborah L. Ridenour June 11, June 3, 2018 Marjorie Marj McKinnon passed away peacefully on June 1, at Saint Paul Homes in Greenville, Pennsylvania. She was born on September 29, 1920, to Frederick and Helen (Leslie) Klingler in Trumbull. After graduating from Ashtabula High School in 1938, Marj studied fine arts at Kendall College in Evanston, Illinois. On February 1, 1941, she married Eric McKinnon, the love of her life. They later moved to Ashtabula, where they raised their family. Marj was a lifelong artist and fostered a love of the arts in her children and grandchildren. She also enjoyed attending the theater and performing in community plays. One of her proudest and most rewarding experiences was writing and directing a Christmas play. Marj was an excellent cook and hostess, preparing delicious meals for her family and friends. She enjoyed complementing these meals with fresh cut flowers from her and Eric s beautiful garden. She was especially famous for her Christmas cookies, which her grandchildren remember fondly. She was also a gifted seamstress, who made clothes and toys for her family. A woman of strong faith, Marj volunteered her time and talents to the First United Methodist Church of Ashtabula. She also opened her home to support missionaries from the One Mission Society. Marj is survived by her sons, Warren (Clara) and David (Candy); her grandchildren, Briana (Scott), Scott, Sara (Mike), and Katy (Paul); and her nephews, nieces, extended family, and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 66 years, Eric; her parents; her brothers, Kenneth, Daniel, Frederick, and John; and her sisters, Louise Gildan, Mary Townsend, Pearl Matteson, and Ruth Stiles. Friends and family will be received from 11 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, June 6, at the First United Methodist Church of Ashtabula, 4506 Elm Avenue, where a funeral service officiated by the Reverend Christine Bell will follow. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Marj s memory to the First United Methodist Church of Ashtabula. The Ashtabula Home of Fleming & Billman Funeral Directors and Crematory, 526 W. Prospect Rd Ashtabula, is honored to serve the Marj McKinnon family. Condolences, light a candle and obituary at of Ashtabula, and Patsy (Chuck) Nordquest of Ashtabula; three sons, John (Virginia) Orth of Tennessee, Tim (Mitzi) Orth of Roaming Shores, and Matthew (Kathy) Orth of Ashtabula; one sister, Dorothy Johnson of Ashtabula; one brother, Dean Orth of Tennessee; and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. A graveside service was held on Tuesday, June 5, at Williamsfield Center Cemetery, Williamsfield. Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service, 134 Prospect St., Andover, handled arrangements. Those wishing to share a fond memory or condolence may visit com. son-in-law, Shawn Shreves; grandchildren, Laurel, Janelle, Shawn, Colten, Jason, Erin, Stephenie, Stephen, Kenna, Briana, Paul, Parker, Paxton, Ian, MaHalie and Amyah; sisters, Pam (Ed) Bihlajama and Brenda Wheeler; a brother, David Murkens; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Paula (Ridenour) Shreves; brother, Carlos King; the father of her children, Leroy Ridenour; and her parents. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to noon with a service to follow at noon on Wednesday, June 6, at the ZABACK-WILLIAMS- DUCRO FUNERAL HOME, 500 W. Prospect Rd., Ashtabula. Pastor Bill McMinn of Eagleville Bible Church will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made to the family. Linda J. Peterson, age 66, passed away May 26 in Geneva. She was born July 29, 1951 in Painesville, the daughter of John Alfred Kangas and Ellen (Burtt) Kangas. She is survived by son, Jeremy (Donna) Williams; daughter, Melinda (Bishop) Bowie; brothers, Kenneth (Cindy) Kangas, John (Betty) Kangas; and grandchildren, Garrett, Harrison and Charlotte Williams. Linda was preceded in death by her parents. Behm Family Funeral Home Clarence E. Sandidge, age 63, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 31, at Ashtabula County Medical Center. He was born on October 25, 1954 in Caruthersville, Missouri, to Annie Mae (Williams) and Jeff Sandidge, Sr. Clarence graduated from Ashtabula High School class of He was a cement finisher by trade. Clarence enjoyed working around his home and keeping the yard beautiful. His family and friends will remember the many sermons he would preach at his home. Mr. Sandidge is survived by his partner of 30 years, Mildred Tomblin; children, James J. Stevens, age 76, passed away May 25, at Rae Ann Nursing Home, Geneva, living in the area for 47 years. He was born in Dorset, on Wednesday, March 11, He was the son of Charles R. & Mary (Hedrick) Stevens. He married Janet F. Bilicic on October 23, 1971, in Geneva. He was head of Shipping and Receiving at Carustor Packaging in Mentor and also worked for Horner Box Co. He liked going to the casinos, bowling, golfing and street car racing. He was a Cleveland Linda J. Peterson July 29, 1951 May 26, 2018 Clarence E. Sandidge Oct. 25, May 31, 2018 Robert J. Specht March 9, 2018 Robert Joseph Specht, age 68, of Richmond, Virginia, passed away unexpectedly at Bon Secours St. Mary s Hospital, March 9. Born in Conneaut, Bob was the sixth of eight children born to Frank and Marian Specht. His parents were primarily of Anglo-Saxon and Eastern European heritage with maternal ancestry from the Azores of Portugal. Upon graduating from St. John High School in 1967, he enlisted in the United States Army, serving until his retirement. He was a Vietnam Veteran serving three tours, and also served and lived in Seoul, Korea. He later moved to Richmond, Virginia, working for the Ruggles Service Corporation until his death. Bob was an integral part of the Society of Pediatric Anesthesia, serving as an association manager until 2011, and then as senior administrator. He genuinely loved going to the office each day and was devoted to his work. His Ruggles family lovingly teased him about being old school Army, as he only recently had agreed to throw away his manual typewriter, which he would be seen using on occasion. As the CEO of Ruggles, Stewart Hinckley lovingly said in a tribute, Bob had three families his family in Ohio, he had his Ruggles family, and his family at SPA. Bob was preceded in death by his parents Francis X. and Marian A. Specht (née Nickels); brother Francis Gerald Jerry Specht and sisters Kathy Sackett (née Specht) and Christine Chrissy Ingersoll (née Specht); siblings-in-law Norma Jean Specht (née Valenti); Francis McKinley; Leo (Micky) Sackett; and niece Margaret Peggy Partee (née Specht); and his beloved dog Sable. He is survived by siblings Richard (Kathy) Specht, Paul (Joyce) Specht, Marian McKinley, Susan (Dennis) McDonald, and his dear friend Liz McNamara of Richmond and cherished work family at Ruggles Service Corporation; and numerous nieces and nephews. Bob selflessly donated his body to science for the advancement of medical research and to the benefit of future patients. In celebration of Bob s life, a private memorial was held. James J. Stevens March 11, May 25, 2018 handled arrangements. The family suggests Contributions be made to the American Cancer Society, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH Latoya Sandidge, Lamar Jones, Jamarce Jaime Miller and Jasline Yates; and a brother, Jeff Sandidge, Jr.; and 12 grandchildren, whom he cherished very much. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Rahmod Sandidge; and his sister, Carin Sandidge. Funeral services were held on Monday, June 4, at Ducro Funeral Home and Crematory, 4524 Elm Ave., Ashtabula. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to the family in care of the funeral home. Online guestbook and condolences available at www. ducro.com. fan and a fan of the New Orleans Saints. Survivors include wife Janet and son Andrew J. AJ Stevens, both of Geneva. Survivors also include siblings Harold (Tamra) Stevens of Garfield Hts., Elizabeth Singleton of Tampa, Fla., and sister-in-law Nancy Stevens of Jefferson. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Dorothy Anderson, and brother Charles Stevens. Calling Hours were held on Tuesday, May 29, at Walker Funeral Home, 828 Sherman St., Geneva. The service immediately followed. Donna Jean Swietlik, age 75, of Mentor, passed away May 28 at Heather Hill, Chardon. She was born April 12, 1943 in South Euclid to the late Donald and Jeannette Tewksbury. Survivors include her children, Dwayne Swietlik, William Bregitzer, Donald (Kathy) Swietlik and Tammy (Gary) Burkholt; several grandchildren and great grandchildren; siblings, Pat (Jack) Luck, Karen (William) Timothy James Titus, age 59, of Lenox- New Lyme Road passed away Friday, June 1, at Hospice of the Western Reserve. He was born April 7, 1959 in Conneaut, the son of Clifford and Shirley (Tucker) Titus and had been a lifelong county resident. A 1977 graduate of Ashtabula High School, he had attended Kent State University Ashtabula Campus. He had been employed as a mental health specialist with Ashtabula County Medical Center for seven years before his injury and previously worked for Reliance Electric. On December 29, 1982, he married the love of his life, Robin Jones and together they have shared 35 wonderful years. A devoted member of Pentecostal Church of God, he enjoyed working with the youth for the past 25 years and often went on mission trips. He dearly loved his family, children, and grandchildren. His survivors include his Rita Ann (Homrocky) Nagy Valenty, age 91, of Concord Township, died May 25 at Euclid Hospital, Euclid. She was born July 25, 1926 in Cleveland. Mrs. Valenty was a retired receptionist from Borromeo College Seminary of the Cleveland Catholic Diocese. Survivors include her children, William (Barbara) Nagy, James (Nancy) Nagy, Donna (Jon) Fimiani; 12 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren and her dog, Willie. Donna Jean Swietlik April 12, 1943 May 28, 2018 Timothy James Titus April 7, June 1, 2018 Rita Ann Nagy Valenty July 25, 1926 May 25, 2018 Walter Joseph Vieweg June 8, May 28, 2018 Lamb, Christopher (Cathy) Tewksbury, Janene (Jay) Case, Lee Tewksbury and Tonya (Alan) Atkins; aunt and godmother, Margaret Karda; dog and faithful companion, Misty and many other loving family members. Donna is preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence. Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home handled arrangements. Burial to take place in Knollwood cemetery. wife, Robin; four children, Tammy (Jacob) Brown, Amber (Jared) Rivers, Heather (James) Tichnell, and Thomas (Sarah) Titus; 10 grandchildren, Kylie, Faith, Camden, Allison, Kenzie, Mia, James, Eddie, Lincoln, and Patricia; his parents, Clifford and Shirley Titus; three brothers, Greg, Jeff, and Mark (Desiree) Titus; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his uncles, Bill Tucker and George Titus. Calling hours were held on Tuesday, June 5, at the Pentecostal Church of God, 2201 Cook Road, Ashtabula. A service to be held at the church Wednesday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Kenneth Roberts, Pastor officiating. Contributions may be made to the Pentecostal Church of God Youth Group. ZABACK-WILLIAMS-DU- CRO FUNERAL, 500 West Prospect Road, Ashtabula is in charge of arrangements. Preceding Rita in death is her 1st husband, Louis P. Nagy; 2nd husband, Lawrence P. Valenty; son, Richard A. Nagy; parents, Andrew and Elizabeth Homrocky; siblings, Cecelia Schustrich, William J. and Lawrency Homrocky. Private family inurnment will be held in All Souls Cemetery, Chardon at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home. Walter Joseph Papa Vieweg, age 88, of Mentor for the past 55 years and formerly of Willowick, passed away May 28 at Lake West Medical Center in Willoughby. He was born June 8, 1929 in Cleveland. Walter retired from the Ohio Bell Telephone Company after 40 years and then delivered flowers after his retirement. Survivors include his children, Dr. Walter (Valerie) Vieweg, Cynthia (Joseph) Vidmar, and Beth (Dr. Raymond) Bernabei; grandchildren, Courtney Bernabei, Erick (Natashah) Vidmar, Adam (Tarra) Vidmar and Carrie (fiancé Jason Hare) Vieweg; great-grandchildren, Noah, Maddison, and McKenzie Vidmar; his sister in law, Catherine Hoff; niece, Laura (Craig) Thompson; and nephew, Peter Popovic. Preceding Walter in death was his loving wife, Mary Ellen Vieweg; parents, Eric and Charlotte Vieweg; and his brother, Rev. Robert Vieweg. Private family interment was held at All Souls Cemetery, Chardon. In lieu of flowers and in memory of Walter, memorial contributions may be made to the Society for Rehabilitation, 9290 Lakeshore Blvd., Mentor, OH Arrangements entrusted to the Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home. Gazette Newspapers All obituaries or changes to obituaries must be sent from the funeral home to: P.O. Box 166, Jefferson, OH Fax:

14 14 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 GUARDIANSHIP OF ANDRES A. WALSH Case No GI TO: ANDRES AYALA, KNOWN NEXT OF KIN, AD- DRESS UNKNOWN You are hereby notified that on April 17, 2018, Yeny C. Ramos filed in the Probate Court an Application for Appointment of Guardian of Person and Estate of Andres A. Walsh, Alleged Incompetent. The hearing on the Application will be held on the 9th day of July, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. in the Probate Court of. The Court is located at 15 West Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio Albert S. Camplese, Judge GN 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 LEGAL NOTICE The financial audit for years 2016 and 2017 has been completed and certified by the Ohio Auditor of State. This audit is available for viewing by contacting the Fiscal Officer at yahoo.com. GN 6/6 PROBATE COURT OF ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE Revised Code, Sec TO ALL PERSONS INTER- ESTED IN THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS PENDING IN THE ASHTABULA COUNTY PRO- BATE COURT. The fiduciary in each action has filed an account of his trust. A hearing on the account in each case will be held on Thursday, JULY 12, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. The court is located at 25 West Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio ANY PERSON MAY FILE EXCEPTIONS TO ANY ITEM NOT LATER THAN FIVE (5) DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE HEARING. GUARDIANSHIP SUSAN J OLIVER 1990 GI 507 RAYMOND J MANZI 2002 GI 023 MATTHEW R RYEL 2009 GI 002 ZACHARY T HENSON 2010 GI 036 JALISA L WHITE 2011 GI 005 RISA L MILLER 2013 GI 032 KRISTOPHER A SMITH 2014 GI 049 GEORGE R SZKUP 2017 GI 003 ESTATE PATRICIA R WHITE 2013 ES 238 JEFFERY P IRISH 2016 ES 141 PAULINE E PENFIELD 2016 ES 203 SHARON M CHACE 2016 ES 435 ELEANOR M INGRAM 2017 ES 296 MINOR GUARDIANSHIP THOMAS N STOKES 2008 GM 006 GN 6/6 EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 17-CV-698 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. RANDOLPH G. SCHUBERT, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # B. Street Address(es): # WEST AVE. C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): RANDOLPH G. SCHUBERT 408 WEST 54TH STREET ASHTABULA OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RANDOLPH G. SCHUBERT 408 WEST 54TH STREET ASHTABULA OH STATE OF OHIO, DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION 150 EAST GAY STREET 21ST FLOOR COLUMBUS OH DISCOVER BANK 502 EAST MARKET STREET GREENWOOD DE D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $2, Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: And known as being Sublot Number Four (4) in the Sylvia Smith Allotment as shown recorded in Volume 6, Page 11 of Ashtabula County Records of Plats. Said Lot Number 4 having a frontage of feet on the East side of West Street, a rear line (East line) of feet, a North line of feet and a south line of feet, as shown on the recorded plat thereof. Subject to and together with all easements, restrictions and legal highways, if any, of record. PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 475, PAGE 1603 Parcel Number(s) # Public Notices Street Address(es): # WEST AVE. *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: RANDOLPH G. SCHUBERT 5624 WEST AVE. ASHTABULA OH Total amount of Judgment: $2,258.94, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at 25 West Jefferson Street in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (738) PROBATE COURT OF ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO ESTATE OF RICHARD E. JOHNSON, DECEASED CASE NO ES 167 PUBLICATION OF NOTICE To all persons interested in the estate of Richard E. Johnson, Deceased, late of 5740 Dibble Road, Kingsville, OH 44048, Ashtabula County Probate Court, Case No ES 167. An application has been filed asking to relieve the estate from administration, saying that the assets do not exceed the statutory limits. A hearing on the application will be held Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at 10 o clock a.m. Persons knowing any reason why the application should not be granted should appear and inform the Court. The Court is located at, Jefferson, OH Albert S. Camplese Probate Judge By Mary A. Reydak GN 5/23, 5/30, 6/6 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO Case Number: 2018 CV Judge: Gary L. Yost The Huntington National Bank v. Anthony M. Markijohn, et al. Defendants LEGAL NOTICE Marcie Kozack, Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Executors, Administrators, Legatees, if any, of Richard S. Markijohn, and Ken Kozack will take notice that the, The Huntington National Bank, filed its Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas,, with the above referenced case number. The object of, and demand for relief in the Complaint is, to foreclose upon the s Mortgage recorded upon the real estate described below and in which the alleges that the foregoing Defendants have or claim to have an interest: Situated in the City of Conneaut, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Lot Number Thirty Eight (38) in Greene Fields Estates, as recorded in Volume 12 of Plats, Page 81 of Ashtabula County Records. Property Address: 551 Janet Dr., Conneaut, OH PPN: The Defendants named above are required to answer the Complaint within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this legal notice. This legal notice will be published once a week for three successive weeks. Matthew A. Taulbee ( ) Ethan A. Hill ( ) Gerner & Kearns Co., L.P.A. Attorneys for 7900 Tanners Gate Lane Florence, KY Phone: Fax: GN 5/23, 5/30, 6/6 Ashtabula County Foreclosure Auction Case # 17 CV Bank of America, N.A. vs. Robert E. Barbian et al. The address is 48 Cummings Ave., Geneva, OH Geneva Township. See for full info and legal description. Bids will be accepted only through said website. Bidding will open a minimum of 7 days prior to the auction ending on June 27, 2018 at 12:00 P.M. The deposit shall be $5,000. The purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO Case Number: 2018 CV Judge: Marianne Sezon Quicken Loans Inc. v. Elizabeth Edwards, et al. Defendants LEGAL NOTICE Unknown Spouse of Cynthia Denise Schneider, Unknown Spouse of Pauline T. Mazanetz, and Unknown Spouse of Shirley Lynn Kennedy will take notice that the, Quicken Loans Inc., filed its Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas, Ashtabula County, Ohio, with the above referenced case number. The object of, and demand for relief in the Complaint is, to foreclose upon the s Mortgage recorded upon the real estate described below and in which the alleges that the foregoing Defendants have or claim to have an interest: Situated in the Township of Morgan, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Known and described as being Lot No. 2428, Plat XIII, in Roaming Rock Subdivision in Ashtabula County, Ohio, a plat of which is recorded in Volume 12, Page 23 of Ashtabula County Records of Plats, to which reference is hereby made for a complete description and dimensions of said lot, with building set-back lines for the same, as shown thereon, and subject to all legal highways and utility easements as shown thereon. Property Address: 2428 Cherrywood Ter Rock Creek, OH PPN: The Defendants named above are required to answer the Complaint within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this legal notice. This legal notice will be published once a week for three successive weeks. Matthew A. Taulbee ( ) Ethan A. Hill ( ) Gerner & Kearns Co., L.P.A. Attorneys for 7900 Tanners Gate Lane Florence, KY Phone: Fax: GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 PUBLIC NOTICE In the Common Pleas Court, Ashtabula County, in Case No. 2018CV377, being The Andover Bank v. Unknown Heirs, Devisees, and Next of Kin of Gerald C. Larsen, et al.: TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, AND NEXT OF KIN OF GERALD C. LARSEN, AD- DRESSES UNKNOWN On 18 May 2018 a complaint was filed alleging that the death of Gerald C. Larsen ( Decedent ) constitutes a default on a note and the default entitles The Andover Bank to foreclose a mortgage given to secure payment of the note. The complete legal description for the property being foreclosed upon may be obtained from the Ashtabula County Auditor; the property is located at 315 Thunderbird, Holiday Camplands Subdivision, Andover Township,, Permanent Parcel Number You may have a claim or interest in the action by virtue of being an heir, devisee, or next of kin of Decedent. The complaint demands judgment for $12,000.00, together with interest and other charges and costs, against Decedent s estate; for foreclosure of the mortgage; that all parties be required to set up their interests in the property or be forever barred; that the property be sold at a sheriff s sale; and that after the sale of the property, the sale proceeds be paid to the proper parties in the proper priority. YOU MAY HAVE A CLAIM OR INTEREST IN THE ACTION. IF SO, YOU ARE REQUIRED by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure to answer the complaint within 28 days after the last publication of this notice, which will be completed on July 11, If you do not answer by the deadline, a default judgment will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. This public notice is issued and published to comply with ORC Richard B. Kotila The Andover Bank PO Box 1300 Andover, OH / , Ext. 345 Attorney for The Andover Bank GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 LEGAL NOTICE Janet Claire Suveges whose last place of residence is 6363 Highway 162, Hollywood, SC 29449, Unknown Spouse, if any, of Janet Claire Suveges whose last place of residence is 6363 Highway 162, Hollywood, SC 29449, The Unknown Heirs at Law or Under the Will, if any, of Raymond Lee Smith, Deceased whose last place of residence is Unknown, but whose present place of residence is unknown will take notice that on November 30, 2017, Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company filed its Complaint in Case No. 2017CV00806 and on April 10, 2018 its Amended Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas Ashtabula County, Ohio alleging that the Defendants Janet Claire Suveges, Unknown Spouse, if any, of Janet Claire Suveges, The Unknown Heirs at Law or Under the Will, if any, of Raymond Lee Smith, Deceased have or claim to have an interest in the real estate described below: Permanent Parcel Number: ; Property Address: 4911 Sunset Drive, Geneva, OH The legal description may be obtained from the Ashtabula County Auditor at 25 West Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio , The Petitioner further alleges that by reason of default of the Defendants in the payment of a promissory note, according to its tenor, the conditions of a concurrent mortgage deed given to secure the payment of said note and conveying the premises described, have been broken, and the same has become absolute. The Petitioner prays that the Defendants named above be required to answer and set up their interest in said real estate or be forever barred from asserting the same, for foreclosure of said mortgage, the marshalling of any liens, and the sale of said real estate, and the proceeds of said sale applied to the payment of Petitioner s Claim in the proper order of its priority, and for such other and further relief as is just and equitable. THE DEFENDANTS NAMED ABOVE ARE REQUIRED TO ANSWER ON OR BEFORE THE 11TH DAY OF JULY, BY: REIMER LAW CO. Douglas A. Haessig Attorney at Law Attorney for -Petitioner P.O. Box Solon, Ohio (440) GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 17-CV-863 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. TERRY L. STRONG, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # # B. Street Address(es): #1 382 WEST 32ND STREET #2 WEST 32ND STREET C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): TERRY L. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TERRY L. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH TAMMY J. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TAMMY J. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- ATION, AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF APRIL 1, 2002, MORGAN STAN- LEY DEAN WITTER CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2002-NC2 425 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI OH STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION 150 EAST GAY STREET 21ST FLOOR COLUMBUS OH D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $13, STAKE SURVEY REQUIRED PER ASHTABULA COUNTY Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: Being part of Sublots 3 and 4 of the Fisk & Southwick Plat as recorded in Volume 2 of Plats, Page 13, Ashtabula County Records: Beginning at the Northwesterly corner of Sublot 6 in said Fisk & Southwick Plat, said point being in the Southerly line of West 35th Street (FKA River Street): Thence Southerly along the Westerly line of said Sublot 6 a distance of 107 feet to the Southwesterly thereof, Thence Westerly along the Southerly line of Sublot 4 in said Fisk & Southwick Plat a distance of feet to the Southeasterly corner of premises conveyed to Eugene W. and Janice J. Headley by Warranty Deed dated September 20, 1965, and recorded in Volume 653, Page 276, Ashtabula County Records of Deeds: Thence Northerly along the Easterly line of said land so conveyed to Headley a distance of 5 feet to the Northeasterly corner thereof, Thence Westerly along the Northerly line of said Headley and parallel with the Southerly of said Sublot 4, a distance of feet to a point; Thence Northerly and parallel with the Easterly line hereof, a distance of 102 feet to the Northerly line of Sublot 3 in said Fisk & Southwick Plat, said point being in the Southerly line of West 35th Street, and 55 feet West of the place of beginning; Thence Easterly along the Southerly line of West 35th Street a distance of 55 feet to the place of beginning and containing approximately 0.13 acres of land. PPN: , PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 144, PAGE 1475 Parcel Number(s) # # Street Address(es): #1 382 WEST 32ND STREET See LEGALS on Page 15

15 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Continued From Page 14 #2 WEST 32ND STREET *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: TERRY L. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH TAMMY J. STRONG PO BOX 416 ASHTABULA OH Total amount of Judgment: $13,317.82, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (982) EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 18-CV-126 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. HARBOUR PORTFOLIO VII, LP Defendant. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # # B. Street Address(es): #1 418 WEST 40TH STREET #2 804 EAST 8TH STREET C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): HARBOUR PORTFOLIO VII, LP 8214 WESTCHESTER STE 635 DALLAS TX D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $8, Parcel #1 Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio, being more particularly described as follows: Being Lot Number Fourteen (14) in Starkweather s Subdivision or a part of the Sherman Homestead Plat (as recorded in Volume 6, Page 22 of Ashtabula County Plat Records) said lot fronting on Todd Avenue in said City. Also a strip of land six (6) feet wide fronting on Todd Avenue in Lot Number Thirteen (13) of the Starkweather Subdivision or a part of the Sherman Homestead Plat (as recorded in Volume 6 Page 22 of Ashtabula County Records), and extending from Todd Avenue Southerly along the West line of said Lot No. 13 in Plat, said six (6) foot strip to be used by the owners of said Lot Nos. 13 and 14, their heirs and assigns, with a similar six (6) foot strip on the Easterly side of said Lot No. 14, the same frontage and depth, as a driveway in common for both lots. PPN: Parcel #2 Situated in the County of Ashtabula, in the State of Ohio and in the City of Ashtabula: Known as being Lot No. 3 in Block 4, in what is known as Taylor s Addition to Ashtabula Harbor, Plat Volume 2, Page 32. PPN: PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 514, PAGE 766, and VOLUME 504, PAGE 962 Parcel Number(s) # # Public Notices Street Address(es): #1 418 WEST 40TH STREET #2 804 EAST 8TH STREET *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: HARBOUR PORTFOLIO VII LP PO BOX 1996 IRMO SC Total amount of Judgment: $8,356.35, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (837) EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 17-CV-700 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. LEE L. MENDRALA, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # B. Street Address(es): # WEST 6TH STREET C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): LEE L. MENDRALA 1218 WEST 6TH STREET ASHTABULA OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LEE L. MENDRALA 1218 WEST 6TH STREET ASHTABULA OH D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $5, Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: And known as being Lot Number Eight (8) Block Six (6) in the Keystone Plat. PPN: PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 350, PAGE 2405 Parcel Number(s) # Street Address(es): # WEST 6TH STREET *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: LEE L. MENDRALA 1218 WEST 6TH STREET ASHTABULA OH Total amount of Judgment: $5,898.59, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (644) EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 18-CV-154 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. FRED J. CORLEW, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # B. Street Address(es): #1 615 WEST 48TH STREET C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): FRED J. CORLEW 3871 AUSTINBURG ROAD ASHTABULA OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FRED J. CORLEW 3871 AUSTINBURG ROAD ASHTABULA OH UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES AND ASSIGNS OF SHIRLEY E. CORLEW, DECEASED 3871 AUSTINBURG ROAD ASHTABULA OH OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB & FAMILY SERVICES C/O CASEY P. O BRIEN ESQ ATTORNEY GENERAL SPECIAL COUNSEL 401 SOUTH STREET CHARDON OH D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $14, STAKE SURVEY REQUIRED BY ASHTABULA COUNTY Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Bounded on the North by Center Street, on the West by the right-ofway of the Penn Central Railroad; On the South by West 48th Street (Fisk Street); On the East by Foster Avenue (Fitch Street) and being further described as Lots I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, and T in the re-survey of the Fisk Plat as shown in Volume 2, Page 24 of the Ashtabula County Records of Plats. Excepting and reserving therefrom: Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio. Beginning at a point in the southerly line of Center Street, where it is intersected by the easterly property line of land of the Grantee. Thence easterly along the southerly line of Center Street a distance of Sixteen (16) feet to a point; Thence in a southerly direction on a line at right angles to the southerly line of Center Street a distance of four (4) feet to a point; Thence in a southwesterly direction a distance of fifteen and 89/100 (15.89) feet to a point in the easterly property line of the land of the Grantee, distance of (6) feet southerly from the southerly line of Center Street, measured along said easterly property line; Thence northerly along the said easterly property line a distance of six (6) feet to the place of beginning, and containing seventy-nine and 5/10 (79.5) square feet of land more or less. Excepting and reserving therefrom: Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: A circular sector of land commencing at a point where the Southerly line of Center Street intersects the Westerly line of Fitch Street; Thence Westerly along the Southerly line of Center Street Twenty (20) feet to a point; Thence Southeasterly along a curve convey to the northeast having a radius of Twenty (20) feet, Thirty-one and Forty-three Hundredths (31.43) feet to a point in the Westerly line of Fitch Street Twenty (20) feet Southerly from the place of beginning; Thence north along the Westerly line of Fitch Street Twenty (20) feet to the place of beginning, containing about Eighty-five and Three Hundredths (85.03) square feet more or less. PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 5, PAGE 1892 Parcel Number(s) # Street Address(es): #1 615 WEST 48TH STREET *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: FRED J. CORLEW DO NOT SEND SHIRLEY E. CORLEW DO NOT SEND Total amount of Judgment: $14,077.96, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at 25 West Jefferson Street in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at See LEGALS on Page 16

16 16 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Continued From Page 15 the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (1035) EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 17-CV-849 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. NORMAN W. JONES, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # B. Street Address(es): #1 TUPELO DRIVE VACANT LAND ROAMING SHORES, OHIO C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): NORMAN W. JONES EUCLID AVE. APT 236 EUCLID OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NORMAN W. JONES EUCLID AVE. APT 236 EUCLID OH DARLENA D. JONES 133 SALEM COURT HOPKINS SC JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DARLENA D. JONES 133 SALEM COURT HOPKINS SC ROMEROCK ASSOCIATION, INC. PO BOX 8 ROME OH D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $7, Situated in the Township of Morgan, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Known and described as being Lot No(s). 2489, Plat XIII in Roaming Rock Subdivision in Ashtabula County, Ohio, a plat of which is recorded in Volume 12, Page 23 of Ashtabula County Records of Plats. PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 62, PAGE 5831 Parcel Number(s) # Street Address(es): #1 TUPELO DRIVE VACANT LAND ROAMING SHORES, OHIO *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: NORMAN W. JONES DO NOT SEND DARLENA D. JONES DO NOT SEND Total amount of Judgment: $7,624.20, plus all costs. Public Notices PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (698) EXHIBIT 1 FORM NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE COMMON PLEAS COURT, ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO The parties listed below whose last known address is listed below, the place of residence of each being unknown, will take notice that on the date of filing listed below, the undersigned filed its Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas, of Ashtabula County, Ohio, alleging that the is the holder of certain tax certificates (listed below), purchased from Ashtabula County Treasurer in the conformity with statutory authority, and is vested with the first lien previously held by State of Ohio and its taxing districts for the amount of taxes, assessments, penalties, charges and interest charged against the subject parcel(s). further alleges that the certificate redemption price of each certificate is due and unpaid, and that it has filed a Notice of Intent to Foreclose with the Ashtabula County Treasurer, which the Treasurer has certified indicating the certificate has not been redeemed. further alleges that there are also due and payable taxes, assessments, penalties and charges on the subject Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. parcel(s) that are not covered by the certificate, including all costs related directly or indirectly to the tax certificate (including attorney s fees of the holders attorney and fees and costs of the proceedings). further alleges that it is owed the sums shown below on each tax certificate, plus interest at a rate of 17.5% per annum on the first tax certificate, from the certificate s purchase date to the date a notice of intent was filed, and 18% thereafter and on any other subsequently purchased tax certificate which are a first and prior lien against the real estate described below, superior to all other liens and encumbrances upon the subject parcel shown below. prays that the defendants named below be required to answer and set up their interest in said premises or be forever barred from asserting the same; that all taxes, assessments, penalties and interest due and unpaid, together with the costs of the action, including reasonable attorney fees, on the tax certificates be found to be a good and valid first lien on said premises; that the equity of redemption of said premises be foreclosed, said premises sold as provided by law, and for such other relief as is just and equitable. Such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned Clerk of the Court and a copy of the answer shall be served on the Prosecuting Attorney, on or before the 4th day of July (This date must be 28 days after the date of final publication of this notice.) If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, interest, and costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding, which are due and unpaid CV-359 Dawn M. Cragon, Treasurer, on behalf of Tax Ease Ohio, LLC vs. Unknown Heirs, Devisees, and Assigns of George D. Ritenour, Deceased, et al. Date of Filing: May 14, 2018 Published on: Unknown Heirs, Devisees, and Assigns of George D. Ritenour, Deceased, whose last known address is Unknown. Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $6, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 1645 Windsor Road, Orwell, Ohio Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $1, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 1645 Windsor Road, Orwell, Ohio Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $4, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 1645 Windsor Road, Orwell, Ohio Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $1, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 1645 Windsor Road, Orwell, Ohio Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES AND ASSIGNS OF GEORGE D. RITENOUR, DECEASED 1645 EAST WINDSOR ROAD ORWELL OH GARY G. RITENOUR 1645 EAST WINDSOR ROAD ORWELL OH STATE OF OHIO, DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES C/O CASEY O BRIEN, ESQ. ATTORNEY GENERAL SPECIAL COUNSEL 401 SOUTH STREET CHARDON OH THE MIDDLEFIELD BANKING COMPANY EAST HIGH STREET MIDDLEFIELD OH The complete legal description of parcel(s) so described herein can be obtained in the office of the Ashtabula County Clerk of Courts Ashtabula County Courthouse, 25 W. Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio listed under case number 18-CV-359. IN THE EVENT THAT SUCH PARCEL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE PLAINTIFF, ALL PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LO- CATING AND IDENTIFYING SAME PARCEL. ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND PLAINTIFF GIVES NO WARRANTY EITHER CEL OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. PLAINTIFF WILL ENFORCE ALL SUCCESSFUL BIDS. IF THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO RECOUPMENT, ANY AMOUNTS DUE FROM SAID RECOUPMENT, IF ANY, WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER. Said notice shall be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. ROBERT L. HERMAN ( ) ANDREW J. HORVATH ( ) Assistant Prosecutors Attorneys for the Jefferson, Ohio TAMI PENTEK CLERK OF COURTS Jefferson, OH (440) GN 5/23, 5/30, 6/6 LEGAL NOTICE Notice Content: DIVORCE NOTICE Roman Sanchez-Ornelas, whose last known place of residence was 451 South Eagle Street, Geneva, Ohio 44041, but whose present place of residence is unknown and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice that Stefanie Ann Ornelas has filed a Complaint for Divorce in the Court of Common Pleas of, in Case Number 2018 DR against the Defendant praying for divorce, an equitable division of the property, and further relief. Parties have been living separate and apart for more than one (1) year. Answer is due to be filed by July 18, 2018, after which date said Complaint will be set for Hearing. Upon completion of publication, the Case will be set for Final Hearing. Submitted by: Stefanie Ann Ornelas, Drafted by: April R. Grabman Attorney for Law Offices of Michelle M. French, LLC. 28 West Jefferson Street Jefferson, Ohio (440) GN 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 EXHIBIT 1 FORM NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE COMMON PLEAS COURT, ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO The parties listed below whose last known address is listed below, the place of residence of each being unknown, will take notice that on the date of filing listed below, the undersigned filed its Complaint in the Court of Common Pleas, of Ashtabula County, Ohio, alleging that the is the holder of certain tax certificates (listed below), purchased from Ashtabula County Treasurer in the conformity with statutory authority, and is vested with the first lien previously held by State of Ohio and its taxing districts for the amount of taxes, assessments, penalties, charges and interest charged against the subject parcel(s). further alleges that the certificate redemption price of each certificate is due and unpaid, and that it has filed a Notice of Intent to Foreclose with the Ashtabula County Treasurer, which the Treasurer has certified indicating the certificate has not been redeemed. further alleges that there are also due and payable taxes, assessments, penalties and charges on the subject parcel(s) that are not covered by the certificate, including all costs related directly or indirectly to the tax certificate (including attorney s fees of the holders attorney and fees and costs of the proceedings). further alleges that it is owed the sums shown below on each tax certificate, plus interest at a rate of 17.5% per annum on the first tax certificate, from the certificate s purchase date to the date a notice of intent was filed, and 18% thereafter and on any other subsequently purchased tax certificate which are a first and prior lien against the real estate described below, superior to all other liens and encumbrances upon the subject parcel shown below. prays that the defendants named below be required to answer and set up their interest in said premises or be forever barred from asserting the same; that all taxes, assessments, penalties and interest due and unpaid, together with the costs of the action, including reasonable attorney fees, on the tax certificates be found to be a good and valid first lien on said premises; that the equity of redemption of said premises be foreclosed, said premises sold as provided by law, and for such other relief as is just and equitable. Such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned Clerk of the Court and a copy of the answer shall be served on the Prosecuting Attorney, on or before the 4th day of July (This date must be 28 days after the date of final publication of this notice.) If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, interest, and costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding, which are due and unpaid CV-370 Dawn M. Cragon, Treasurer, on behalf of Tax Ease Ohio, LLC vs. Edward J. Rzeszutek Trust, if Deceased, Unknown Successors and Assigns, et al. Date of Filing: May 16, 2018 Published on: Edward J. Rzeszutek, Trustee of the Edward J. Rzeszutek Trust, if Deceased, Unknown Successor and Assigns, whose last known address is 536 Gore Road, Conneaut, OH Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $7, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 6508 Bushnell (SR 84) Road, Monroe Twp., Ohio Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $3, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 6508 Bushnell (SR 84) Road, Monroe Twp., Ohio Base Lien: Certificate Purchase Price: $3, Permanent Parcel No.: Also known as: 6508 Bushnell (SR 84) Road, Monroe Twp., Ohio Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): EDWARD J. RZESZUTEK, TRUSTEE OF THE EDWARD J. RZESZUTEK TRUST, DATED JANUARY 29, 2007, IF DE- CEASED UNKNOWN SUCCES- SORS AND ASSIGNS 536 GORE ROAD CONNEAUT OH JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF EDWARD J. RZESZUTEK 536 GORE ROAD CONNEAUT OH STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION 150 EAST GAY STREET 21ST FLOOR COLUMBUS OH OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB & FAMILY SERVICES C/O CASEY P. O BRIEN ESQ ATTORNEY GENERAL SPECIAL COUNSEL 401 SOUTH STREET CHARDON OH The complete legal description of parcel(s) so described herein can be obtained in the office of the Ashtabula County Clerk of Courts Ashtabula County Courthouse, 25 W. Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio listed under case number 18-CV-370. IN THE EVENT THAT SUCH PARCEL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE PLAINTIFF, ALL PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LO- CATING AND IDENTIFYING SAME PARCEL. ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND PLAINTIFF GIVES NO WARRANTY EITHER CEL OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. PLAINTIFF WILL ENFORCE ALL SUCCESSFUL BIDS. IF THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO RECOUPMENT, ANY AMOUNTS DUE FROM SAID RECOUPMENT, IF ANY, WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER. Said notice shall be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. ROBERT L. HERMAN ( ) ANDREW J. HORVATH ( ) Assistant Prosecutors Attorneys for the Jefferson, Ohio TAMI PENTEK CLERK OF COURTS Jefferson, OH (440) GN 5/23, 5/30, 6/6 EXHIBIT 1 FORM NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE COMMON PLEAS COURT, ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO Notice of foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes, by action in rem by County Treasurer of. Public notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of February, 2018, the County Treasurer of filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of, for the foreclosure of liens for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in the complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the Court a Judgment foreclosing the tax lien against such real estate and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. Such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if pursuant to the action, the property is sold for an amount that is less than the amount of delinquent taxes, and interest against it, the Court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgment against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the Court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of the corporation s stock. The permanent parcel number See LEGALS on Page 17

17 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, Continued From Page 16 of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent land tax certificate or master list of delinquent tracts; a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lien holder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: a. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # b. Last known record owner(s) of the parcels: #1 COLLEEN M. CARRAHER c. Address(es) of the parcel(s): # WEST 5TH STREET d. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): COLLEEN M. CARRAHER ADDRESS UNKNOWN JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF COLLEEN M. CARRAHER ADDRESS UNKNOWN CACH LLC C/O NATIONAL REGISTERED AGENTS INC. STATUTORY AGENT 440 EASTON COMMONS WAY SUITE 125 COLUMBUS OH E. Taxes, interest, penalties, and assessments due: $8, The complete legal description of parcel(s) so described herein can be obtained in the office of the Ashtabula County Clerk of Courts Ashtabula County Courthouse, 25 W. Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio listed under case number 18-CV-142. Any person owning or claiming any right, title or interest in or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed and any defense or objection to the foreclosure. Such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned Clerk of the Court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the Prosecuting Attorney, on or before the 11th day of July, (This date must be 28 days after the date of final publication of this notice). If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, interest, and costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding, which are due and unpaid. At any time prior to the filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, any owner, lien holder, or other person with an interest in a parcel listed in the complaint may redeem the parcel by tendering to the County Treasurer, at the office of the Ashtabula County Prosecuting Attorney, the amount of the taxes, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel, together with all costs incurred in the proceeding instituted against the parcel under Ohio Revised Code, Section Upon the filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, subject to all existing oil, gas and mineral leases, there shall be no further equity or redemption. After the filing of any such entry, any person claiming any right, title or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel shall be forever barred and foreclosed of any such right, title, or interest in, lien upon, and any equity of redemption in such parcel. IN THE EVENT THAT SUCH PARCEL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE PLAINTIFF, ALL PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LO- CATING AND IDENTIFYING SAME PARCEL. ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND PLAINTIFF GIVES NO WARRANTY EITHER CEL OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. PLAINTIFF WILL ENFORCE ALL SUCCESSFUL Public Notices BIDS. IF THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO RECOUPMENT, ANY AMOUNTS DUE FROM SAID RECOUPMENT, IF ANY, WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER. Said notice shall be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. ROBERT L. HERMAN # ANDREW J. HORVATH # Assistant Prosecutors Attorneys for the Jefferson, Ohio TAMI PENTEK CLERK OF COURTS Jefferson, OH (440) GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 EXHIBIT 1 FORM NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE COMMON PLEAS COURT, ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO Notice of foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes, by action in rem by County Treasurer of. Public notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of April, 2018, the County Treasurer of Ashtabula County, Ohio filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of, for the foreclosure of liens for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in the complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the Court a Judgment foreclosing the tax lien against such real estate and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. Such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if pursuant to the action, the property is sold for an amount that is less than the amount of delinquent taxes, and interest against it, the Court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgment against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the Court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of the corporation s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent land tax certificate or master list of delinquent tracts; a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lien holder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: a. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # b. Last known record owner(s) of the parcels: #1 SUSAN E. SEMPER, NKA, SUSAN E. JARVI c. Address(es) of the parcel(s): # HIGH STREET ROCK CREEK VILLAGE, OHIO d. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): SUSAN E. SEMPER, NKA, SUSAN E. JARVI ADDRESS UNKNOWN JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SUSAN E. SEMPER, NKA, SUSAN E. JARVI ADDRESS UNKNOWN STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION 150 EAST GAY STREET Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. 21ST FLOOR COLUMBUS OH E. Taxes, interest, penalties, and assessments due: $3, The complete legal description of parcel(s) so described herein can be obtained in the office of the Ashtabula County Clerk of Courts Ashtabula County Courthouse, 25 W. Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio listed under case number 18-CV-244. Any person owning or claiming any right, title or interest in or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed and any defense or objection to the foreclosure. Such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned Clerk of the Court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the Prosecuting Attorney, on or before the 11th day of July, (This date must be 28 days after the date of final publication of this notice). If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, interest, and costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding, which are due and unpaid. At any time prior to the filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, any owner, lien holder, or other person with an interest in a parcel listed in the complaint may redeem the parcel by tendering to the County Treasurer, at the office of the Ashtabula County Prosecuting Attorney, the amount of the taxes, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel, together with all costs incurred in the proceeding instituted against the parcel under Ohio Revised Code, Section Upon the filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, subject to all existing oil, gas and mineral leases, there shall be no further equity or redemption. After the filing of any such entry, any person claiming any right, title or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel shall be forever barred and foreclosed of any such right, title, or interest in, lien upon, and any equity of redemption in such parcel. IN THE EVENT THAT SUCH PARCEL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE PLAINTIFF, ALL PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LO- CATING AND IDENTIFYING SAME PARCEL. ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND PLAINTIFF GIVES NO WARRANTY EITHER CEL OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. PLAINTIFF WILL ENFORCE ALL SUCCESSFUL BIDS. IF THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO RECOUPMENT, ANY AMOUNTS DUE FROM SAID RECOUPMENT, IF ANY, WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER. Said notice shall be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. ROBERT L. HERMAN # ANDREW J. HORVATH # Assistant Prosecutors Attorneys for the Jefferson, Ohio TAMI PENTEK CLERK OF COURTS Jefferson, OH (440) GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS REVISED CODE SEC , ASHTABU- LA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT MAY TERM CASE NUMBER: 2016CV00543 AUDREY J VANNATTER vs DEBORAH NORRIS AKA DEB- ORAH BRADBURY, KENNETH NORRIS, TAX EASE OHIO LLC, ANDREWS AND PONTIUS LLC, NATIONAL CHECK BUREAU INC, THE ANDOVER BANK, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER, STATE FARM FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECT- ED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CEN- TER, 25 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018, AT TEN O CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOL- LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: **IF PROPERTY DOES NOT SELL ON JULY 9, 2018 PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AGAIN ON JULY 30, 2018 WITH NO MINIMUM BID. THE PUR- CHASER SHALL BE RESPON- SIBLE FOR COSTS, ALLOW- ANCE AND TAXES THAT THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE ARE INSUFFICIENT TO COVER.** Situated in the Township of Monroe, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Known as being part of Section Number 8 in said Township and is further bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Richardson Road, said point being easterly along the centerline of Richardson Road from its intersection with the west line of Section 8 to the true point of beginning. Thence southerly along the west line of land of A.J. Babicz (4-ll-94) as recorded in Volume 74, Page 2478, Ashtabula County Recorders Office to the southeast line of lands of said Babicz; Thence easterly parallel with the centerline of said Richardson Road 350 to a point; Thence northerly feet to the centerline of said Richardson Road; Thence westerly along the centerline of Richardson 350 to the true point of beginning and containing fifteen (15) acres of land, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Known as being a portion of land conveyed to Oral Champlin and Beatrice Champlin by deed recorded in Volume 889, Page 210, Ashtabula County Deed Records. Permanent Parcel No Prior Instrument Reference: Vol. 438 Page 623 of the Deed Records of. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS OF SALE: CASH *NOTE NEITHER THE SHER- IFF S OFFICE NOR ANY AFFIL- IATES HAVE ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF SAID PROPERTY* SAID PREMISES APPRAISED AT $72,000; BIDDING WILL START AT 2/3 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000), A DEPOSIT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($2,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TEN THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($10,000) BUT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL- LARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TWO HUN- DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. THE UNPAID BALANCE OF THE PURCHASE PRICE SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF NO LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, BUT ALSO SUBJECT TO CONFIR- MATION ORDER. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, JASON FAIRCHILD Attorney for WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 (580) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS REVISED CODE SEC , ASHTABU- LA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT MAY TERM CASE NUMBER: 2018CV00094 WELLS FARGO BANK NA vs BRITTANY N WHEELER AKA BRITTANY N SYLANSKI AKA BRITTANY SYLANSKI, ZACH- ARY WILLIAM WHEELER AKA ZACHARY WHEELER, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SECRE- TARY OF HOUSING AND UR- BAN DEVELOPMENT, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SEC- RETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT C/O US ATTORNEY Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECT- ED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CEN- TER, 25 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018, AT TEN O CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOL- LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: **IF PROPERTY DOES NOT SELL ON JULY 9, 2018 PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AGAIN ON JULY 30, 2018 WITH NO MINIMUM BID. THE PUR- CHASER SHALL BE RESPON- SIBLE FOR COSTS, ALLOW- ANCE AND TAXES THAT THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE ARE INSUFFICIENT TO COVER.** Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio and known as being Sublot No. 26 in Fargo City Allotment No. 2, as shown by the recorded plat in Volume 7, Page 16 of Ashtabula County Plat Records, and being a parcel of land 50 feet front on the east-side of Birchwood Avenue, (formerly Anan Avenue) and extending back of equal width 125 feet, as appears by said plat, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Property Address: 4212 Birchwood Avenue, Ashtabula, OH Parcel No: Prior Deed Reference: Volume 526, Page 1184 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS OF SALE: CASH *NOTE NEITHER THE SHER- IFF S OFFICE NOR ANY AFFIL- IATES HAVE ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF SAID PROPERTY* SAID PREMISES APPRAISED AT $51,000; BIDDING WILL START AT 2/3 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000), A DEPOSIT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($2,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TEN THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($10,000) BUT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL- LARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TWO HUN- DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. THE UNPAID BALANCE OF THE PURCHASE PRICE SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF NO LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, BUT ALSO SUBJECT TO CONFIR- MATION ORDER. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, JEFFREY HELMS Attorney for WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 (487) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS REVISED CODE SEC , ASHTABU- LA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT MAY TERM CASE NUMBER: 2017CV00332 US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs EARL C COLVIN AKA EARL COL- VIN, MARY L COLVIN AKA MARY COLVIN, ASSET ACCEPTANCE LLC, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECT- ED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CEN- TER, 25 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018, AT TEN O CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOL- LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: **IF PROPERTY DOES NOT SELL ON JULY 9, 2018 PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AGAIN ON JULY 30, 2018 WITH NO MINIMUM BID. THE PUR- CHASER SHALL BE RESPON- SIBLE FOR COSTS, ALLOW- ANCE AND TAXES THAT THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE ARE INSUFFICIENT TO COVER.** The following real estate situated in the Village of Rock Creek, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, bounded and described as follows: Being part of Original Morgan Township Lot No. 115 and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the center lines of East Water Street and Jefferson Street; thence Northerly along the center line of Jefferson Street to the Southeast corner of land now or formerly owned by E.G. Hurlburt, or the easterly extension of said Hurlburt s Southerly line; said point being the Southeast corner of lands of Georgia A. Clemson ( ), thence Westerly along the Southerly line of said Hurlburt and lands now or formerly owned by Mrs. Baker to a ditch; said point being the Northeast corner of lands of M. and J. Robinson ( ); thence Southerly along the center of said ditch to the center line of East Water Street; thence Easterly along the center line of East Water Street to the place of beginning and containing one-half acre of land, be the same more or less but subject to all legal highways. Parcel Number(s): See LEGALS on Page 18

18 18 Gazette Newspapers WEEK OF wednesday, june 6, 2018 Continued From Page 17 Property Address: 2939 Jefferson Street, Rock Creek, OH Deed Reference Number: dated April 28, 2004, filed May 7, 2004, recorded as Official Records Volume 296, Page 83, Ashtabula County, Ohio records Case Number: 2017 CV TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS OF SALE: CASH *NOTE NEITHER THE SHER- IFF S OFFICE NOR ANY AFFIL- IATES HAVE ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF SAID PROPERTY* SAID PREMISES APPRAISED AT $69,000; BIDDING WILL START AT 2/3 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000), A DEPOSIT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($2,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TEN THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($10,000) BUT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL- LARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TWO HUN- DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. THE UNPAID BALANCE OF THE PURCHASE PRICE SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF NO LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, BUT ALSO SUBJECT TO CONFIR- MATION ORDER. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, ANN MARIE JOHNSON Attorney for WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 (585) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS REVISED CODE SEC , ASHTABU- LA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT MAY TERM CASE NUMBER: 2017CV00649 WELLS FARGO BANK NA vs WILLIAM W GREENAWALT, BRENDA GREENAWALT, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREA- SURER Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECT- ED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CEN- TER, 25 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018, AT TEN O CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOL- LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: **IF PROPERTY DOES NOT SELL ON JULY 9, 2018 PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AGAIN ON JULY 30, 2018 WITH NO MINIMUM BID. THE PUR- CHASER SHALL BE RESPON- SIBLE FOR COSTS, ALLOW- ANCE AND TAXES THAT THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE ARE INSUFFICIENT TO COVER.** The following described Real Property: Parcel One: (Tract One) Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Being part of Lot Number Twenty-seven (27) in said Township and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin in the westerly line of a foot common drive two hundred and forty (240) feet southerly from the center of the North Ridge Road; thence South 0 degrees 47 East along the westerly line of said common drive (being also the westerly line of lands of R.H. and F.E. Ensman) one hundred and sixty (160) feet to an iron pin at an angle in lands of R.W. Griswold; thence South 58 degrees 29 West along said Griswold s northerly line eighty (80) feet to an iron pin at an angle therein; thence North 0 degrees 47 West along said Griswold s easterly line one hundred seventy-four and seven-tenths (174.7) feet to an iron pin; said iron pin being two hundred twenty-five and three tenths (225.3) feet southerly from the center of North Ridge Road as measured along said Griswold s easterly line; thence North 68 degrees 22 East seventy-three and fifty-eight hundredths (73.58) feet to the place of beginning and containing.264 of an acre of land. Together with the right to the use of a driveway or road for ingress and egress to the above described premises, in common with adjoining owners and others, which driveway or road is one and a half (1 1/2) rods in width and adjoins the above-described premises on the east boundary thereof, and which extends from the North Ridge Road, so-called, southerly and to and beyond the above conveyed premises. (Tract Two) Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Being a part of Lot Number Twenty-seven (27) in said Township, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin in the westerly line of a foot common drive, said pin being the northeast corner of lands of said grantees; thence S. 68 degrees 22 W. along the north line of lands of said grantees feet to an iron pin at the northwest corner of lands of said grantees; thence N. 0 degrees 47 W. along the northerly extension of the west line of lands of said grantees feet to an iron pin; thence N. 75 degrees 59 E., feet to the place of beginning and containing.008 of an acre of land. Parcel Two: Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio and known as being part of Lot #27 of said Township and further described as follows: Commencing at a point in the centerline of U.S. Route #20 at the Northeast corner of lands deeded to L.J. Fowler in volume 781, page 248, Ashtabula County Recorded Deeds, said point also being where the centerline U.S. Route #20 is intersected by the West line of a feet wide common drive; thence South 04 degrees, 09 minutes, 30 seconds West, along the west line of the above mentioned common drive, feet to a point at the Southeast corner of land deeded to E.H. & E.J. Armstrong in volume 563, page 549, Ashtabula County Recorded Deeds said point being.12 feet south and.64 feet west of a concrete monument (found), said point also being the principal place of beginning. Thence continuing in the same direction, along the west line of the above mentioned common drive, feet to an identified iron pin (set). Thence North 85 degrees, 50 minutes, 30 seconds West, perpendicular to the last described line, feet to an identified iron pin (set). Thence North 04 degrees, 09 minutes, 30 seconds East, parallel with the above mentioned common drive, feet to an iron pin (found) at Armstrong s Southwest corner. Thence North 63 degrees, 25 minutes, 30 seconds East along Armstrong s South line, feet to the principal place of beginning and containing acres of land. Being a parcel of land divided out of lands deeded to R.W. Downes in volume 706, page 466, Ashtabula County Recorded Deeds, pursuant to a survey done in August, 1987 by Bernard D. Westfall, P.S. Ohio #6634, A TERRA ENGINEERING & SURVEYING, INC., JEFFER- SON, OHIO. Parcel Number(s): Public Notices Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. Property Address: 4010 North Ridge Road West Ashtabula, OH Deed Reference Number: dated July 31, 2012, filed August 1, 2012, recorded as Official Records Volume 522, Page 761, Ashtabula County, Ohio records Case Number: 2017 CV TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS OF SALE: CASH *NOTE NEITHER THE SHER- IFF S OFFICE NOR ANY AFFIL- IATES HAVE ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF SAID PROPERTY* SAID PREMISES APPRAISED AT $57,000; BIDDING WILL START AT 2/3 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000), A DEPOSIT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($2,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TEN THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($10,000) BUT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL- LARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TWO HUN- DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. THE UNPAID BALANCE OF THE PURCHASE PRICE SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF NO LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, BUT ALSO SUBJECT TO CONFIR- MATION ORDER. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, ANN MARIE JOHNSON Attorney for WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 (1106) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS REVISED CODE SEC , ASHTABU- LA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT MAY TERM CASE NUMBER: 2017CV00717 THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK vs JOHN E FREY, DEBORAH G FREY Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECT- ED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CEN- TER, 25 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018, AT TEN O CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOL- LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: **IF PROPERTY DOES NOT SELL ON JULY 9, 2018 PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AGAIN ON JULY 30, 2018 WITH NO MINIMUM BID. THE PUR- CHASER SHALL BE RESPON- SIBLE FOR COSTS, ALLOW- ANCE AND TAXES THAT THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE ARE INSUFFICIENT TO COVER.** Property at: 5247 Woodman Avenue, Ashtabula, OH PP#: & A copy of the complete legal description can be found in the Ashtabula County Recorder s Office, OR Volume 106, Page 1531 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS OF SALE: CASH *NOTE NEITHER THE SHER- IFF S OFFICE NOR ANY AFFIL- IATES HAVE ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF SAID PROPERTY* SAID PREMISES APPRAISED AT $39,000; BIDDING WILL START AT 2/3 OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000), A DEPOSIT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($2,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TEN THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($10,000) BUT LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL- LARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. IF THE APPRAISED VALUE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IS GREATER THAN TWO HUN- DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000), A DEPOSIT OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF SALE. THE UNPAID BALANCE OF THE PURCHASE PRICE SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF NO LATER THAN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, BUT ALSO SUBJECT TO CONFIR- MATION ORDER. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, MAUREEN ZINK Attorney for WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 5/30, 6/6, 6/13 (384) EXHIBIT A NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND SALES In the Common Pleas Court of CASE NO.: 18-CV-171 DAWN M. CRAGON County Treasurer of vs. CYNTHIA A. PEOPLES, et al. Defendants. WHEREAS, Judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, interest, and costs as follows: A. Permanent Parcel Number(s): # B. Street Address(es): # WEST 43RD STREET C. Persons or entities with a potential interest in the parcel(s): CYNTHIA A. PEOPLES 1221 WEST 43RD STREET ASHTABULA OH JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CYNTHIA A. PEOPLES 1221 WEST 43RD STREET ASHTABULA OH D. Taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due: $7, Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Being part of Lot 1, Township 13, Range 3 and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of land heretofore conveyed to Mena Hanifon by deed recorded in General Records Volume 64, Page 3448 of Ashtabula County Records; Thence Southerly along the west line of said Hanifon and the west line of land conveyed to W. and C. Webb by deed recorded in General Records Volume 77, Page 7579 of Ashtabula County Records to the southwest corner of said Webb; Thence west on a line made by the extension of the south line of lands conveyed to Webb 50 feet to a stake, being also the southeast corner of land conveyed to M.D.M. Society by deed recorded in General Records Volume 12, Page 4839 of Ashtabula County Records; Thence northerly along the east line of said land conveyed to M.D.M. Society and parallel at the east line of lands thereby conveyed, before described and distant 50 feet therefrom to the south line of land conveyed to C. and C. Thompson by deed recorded in Volume 650, Page 884 of Ashtabula County Records of Deeds; Thence easterly along the south line of said Thompson s land to the place of beginning, the distance being 50 feet. Said lot hereby conveyed being 50 feet front on a proposed E. and W. Street, now known as West 43rd Street (formerly Morrison Street) and about 174 feet in depth. PPN: PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME 84, PAGE 9365, and VOLUME 56, PAGE 4444 Parcel Number(s) # Street Address(es): # WEST 43RD STREET *Any subsequent transfer of this property may require a full stake survey by a registered surveyor pursuant to the Minimum requirements for all instruments of Conveyance in Ashtabula County, Ohio in accordance with Ohio Senate Bill 158 and as adopted by the Ashtabula County Auditor & Engineer effective January 1, 1997 as amended from time to time. Name and Address of the last known owners as found on the General Tax List: CYNTHIA A. PEOPLES 1221 WEST 43RD STREET ASHTABULA OH Total amount of Judgment: $7,613.33, plus all costs. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO SALE. PLAINTIFF MAKES NO WARRANTIES, CEL(S) OR IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLAINTIFF WILL EN- FORCE ALL SALES. judgment; judgment; such parcels shall be offered first together and if not sold, then offered separately at the option of the with the costs of this action to be divided equally among said parcels. If at the foreclosure sale no bid for the appropriate amount specified by the Sheriff pursuant to O.R.C. Sections , Sections to , or Section , such land alternatively, can be transferred to the Ashtabula County Land Reutilization Corporation in the manner provided by law. NOW, THEREFORE, public notice is hereby given that I, William R. Johnson, Sheriff of, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder of an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate, at the Sheriff s Office, Civil Section, 1st Floor of the Justice Center, at 25 West Jefferson Street in Jefferson, Ohio, on Friday, the 6th day of July, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. If any parcel does not receive sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day at the same place, on Friday, the 20th day of July, 2018, for an amount that equals at least the total amount of the judgment, including all taxes, and interest payable subsequent to the delivery to the prosecuting attorney of the delinquent land tax certificate of master list or delinquent tracts. William R. Johnson, Sheriff of Ashtabula County ROBERT L. HERMAN, (# ) ANDREW J. HORVATH, (# ) Attorneys for Jefferson, Ohio GN 6/6, 6/13, 6/20 (871) ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IN RE: ALIYAH WOOTEN CASE NO: 2018 JC SERVICE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JOHN DOE, BIOLOGICAL FATHER of ALIYAH WOOTEN juvenile, will take notice that a complaint has been filed in Ashtabula County Juvenile Court alleging that said juvenile is dependent and containing a prayer or request for TEMPORARY CUSTODY that said complaint will be for a hearing before said Court in Ashtabula, Ohio at Juvenile Court, 3816 Donahoe Drive on 6/25/18 at 1:15 pm, a Disposition Hearing on 7/30/18 at 8:30 am, a Semi Annual Review on 11/12/18 at 8:30 am, an Annual Review on 05/20/2019 at 10:00 am, and a Support Hearing on 1/17/2019 at 3:00 pm before Magistrate Susan Williams, 25 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, OH 44047, and JOHN DOE BIOLOGICAL FATHER and parent is to appear before this court on said date and show cause why the complainant s prayer should not be granted. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- FIED THAT: 1. Any party is entitled to any attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford an attorney and meets certain requirements, the Court will appoint one upon request. If you wish to have an attorney but believe you cannot afford one, call Juvenile Court (440) between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. 2. An adjudication of dependency, neglect or abuse may result in an order or protective supervision which permits the child to remain in the parent s physical and legal custody subject to any conditions and limitations the Court prescribes, or in: The granting of permanent custody which permanently takes from the parent all rights, duties, privileges, and obligations, including the right to consent to an adoption of the child. The issuance of an order for long-term foster care, which will cause removal of parent s physical and legal custody without a plan to return the child, but also without permanently terminating parental rights; and Any order of temporary custody, which will cause physical removal of the child from the parent s physical and legal custody until the Court terminates the order or permanently divests the parent/s of parental rights. Albert S. Camplese JUDGE & EX-OFFICIO CLERK ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT ASHTABULA, OHIO HMBernini DEPUTY CLERK I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I SERVED THE WITHIN NOTICE BY FAX ON THE FOLLOWING: THE GAZETTE PRINTING DATE: 6/1/18 GN 6/6

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TRACTORS AND SKID LOADER 7700 FORD TRACTOR 2 WHEEL DRIVE W/CAB, DUAL POWER, RADIAL TIRES SHOWING 6180 HRS., 5000 FORD TRACTOR W/DUAL POWER AND LOAD MONITOR ONLY MADE 1 YEAR NOT MANY AROUND, 1164 FORD COUNTY 4 WHEEL DRIVE TRACTOR VERY RARE, NAA FORD TRACTOR, L250 NEW HOLLAND SKID LOADER WITH BUCKET & MANURE FORK ONLY 1857 HRS. TILLAGE AND PLANTING EQUIPMENT OLIVER 2 BOTTOM PLOW, 150 FORD 4X18 3 PT. PLOW COULD BE 3 BTD. ALSO, GLENCO 5 SHANK DISC CHISEL PLOW, 10 OLIVER TRANSPORT DISC, 10 BRILLION CULTIMULCHER, 10 3 POINT FIELD CULTIVATOR, IH 56 4 ROW PLATE TYPE CORN PLANTER, DRY FERT. 17 HOLE OLIVER GRAIN DRILL W/GRASS SEED. HAY AND FORAGE EQUIPMENT H7220 NEW HOLLAND MOW MAX DISCBINE W/ROLLS ONLY 2 YRS. OLD EXCEL- LENT, 55 NEW HOLLAND HAYRAKE, 275 NEW HOLLAND BALER W/THROWER, 770 N.H. CHOPPER W/2ROW NARROW CORNHEAD AND WINDROW HEAD, 3-PIPE SIDE BALE THRO WAGONS, 4100 MILLER PRO SILAGE WAGON W/PEAQUE TAN- DAM GEAR REAL GOOD, 7200 GEHL FLAIL CHOPPER, LELY 3 PT. TEDDER RAKE COMBO, FLATBED WAGON, 27 N.H. BLOWER, 32 HAY AND GRAIN ELEVATOR. COMBINE 205 MASSEY FERG. W/10 GRAINHEAD. MISC. EQUIPMENT 155 N.H. MANURE SPREADER W/UPPER H-BEATER AND HYD. ENDGATE REAL REAL GOOD, H.D. TAYLORWAY SINGLE SHANK, SUBSOILER, 3 PT. FERTILIZER SPDR., PTO GRASS SEEDER, 601 FORD 1 ROW MTD. CORNPICKER, 353 N.H. FEED GRINDER, 3 PT. BALE SPEAR, FORD REVERSIBLE SCOOP, 2 ROW LILLISTON CULTIVATOR, DEARBORN 2 ROW SPRING SHANK CULTIVATOR, KORY GRAVITY BOX ON KORY GEAR, 350 KILL BROS. GRAVITY BOX ON A JOHN DEERE GEAR, 6 INCH 30 FT. TRANSPORT AUGER W MOTOR. MISC. 225 LINCOLN WELDER, 275 GALLON FUEL TANK, 10 FOOT 4 AND 6 INCH AUGERS, GOOSEN SMALL BALE CHOPPER AS IS, CEMENT MIXER W ELEC. MOTOR, AIR OPERATED BARREL GREASE GUN, 18.4X30TIRE AND WHEEL, FIBERGLASS CALF BUILDING, 300 GAL. RUBBERMAID WATER TANK, FEW 10 GAL. MILK CANS, LS25 NEW HOLLAND LAWN TRACTOR, DECK IS BAD, 120 FORD JACOBSEN COLLECTOR LAWN TRACTOR, ROUND PIPE BALE FEEDER, PALLET JACK, H.D. INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE FOR TRUCK TARPS, 3 CYLINDER FORD DIESEL TAKE OUT MOTOR COMPLETE, SMALL WAGON LOAD OF FARM MISC. WOODWORKING TOOLS SELLS FOR A NEIGHBOR, 10 INCH DELTA TABLE SAW, HITACHI COMPOUND SLIDING MITRE SAW, DELTA 6 IN. JOINER, ROCKWELL BENCHMOUNT DRILL PRESS, PORTER CABLE BELT SANDER, MAGNUM PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSER, PASLODE 18GA NAILER, AIR STAPLER, 011 STIHL CHAINSAW, PIPE CLAMPS, C CLAMPS, SQUEEZE CLAMPS, KEGG ANGLE JIG, MISC WRENCHES, CORDS, LEVELS, SHOVELS, ALUM. LADDER, LOTS OF MISC HAND TOOLS. TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK WITH DRIVER'S LICENSE ID. OUT OF AREA BUYERS BRING BANK LETTER OF CREDIT. NO BUYERS PREM. LUNCH AVAILABLE. NICE LINE OF FARM EQUIPMENT, PLAN TO ATTEND. OWNER: LOUIS STEINER AUCTIONEER: R. FRED SHOHAYDA PH OHIO LICENSE # HOUSEHOLD GOODS CORNER OAK ENTERTAIN- MENT center, excellent shape, paid $750, sell $200. Call (440) PORTABLE GENERATOR MAN- UAL transfer switch, 10 circuits, 30 AMPS plus 35 foot. 30 AMP cord like new. $ (500 new) Connecticut Electric. (440) FURNITURE LOVELY WHITE CURVED sofa, very nice area rugs, all under $1,000. (440) PONDEROSA PINE BUFFET hutch, 66 in wide by 80 in high by 19 in deep, $1000 OBO. Bedroom set, walnut, $850 OBO. End tables, $50-$100. (440) or (440) OAK PEDESTAL TABLE, round, with leaf extends to 60, plus 4 spindle high-back carved chairs. $200. (440) BEAUTIFUL FOUR PIECE living room furniture: 2 wood end tables very ordinate, one 4 foot heavy duty coffee table, one 30 round table, they all have drawers. Very well taken care of, all four pieces $600. (440) ONE QUEEN SIZE box spring $75, 2 twin beds with all bedding, sheets, shams, blankets, comforters $300, 1 futon mattress $25. Best offer on any. (440) may leave message. 121 DOGS CAVASHONS, MALTESE, CAV- ALIER SPANIEL, Morkie, Golden Doodle, Golden Retriever, Toy Poodle. $500 up, cash. 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20 20 GAZETTE Gazette NEWSPAPERS Newspapers WEEK OF WEDNESDAY, wednesday, JUNE june 6, 6, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 206 TRUCK DRIVING NOW HIRING DRIVERS- Get home daily. Up to $10,000 signon bonus. FT and PT positions, day and night driving options, shuttle and spotter work, 100% no touch freight. Paid orientation and time off, medical, dental, and vision insurance. Schneider- Call: (800) 44-PRIDE. DRIVERS: CDL-A Ours start at $1,635/wk, most typically earn $90k+/yr! This regional opening has parking close to home at your local Penske Truck Leasing. 2yrs CDL-A exp. Call Penske Logistics: CHECK OUT THE JOBS IN THE CLASSIFIEDS! Just Posted! Employment Opportunities 206 TRUCK DRIVING CDL TRUCK DRIVERS, 2 years experience or more, medical card, drug testing required. Full time position. Yuhasz Brothers, 2 positions open. (440) State Route 46 Orwell, OH EARN MORE WITH quality! 30 years of service, CDL & non- CDL drivers, Quality Drive Away Inc. needs CDL & non-cdl drivers to deliver truck chassis from Springfield, OH. We have 20+ pick up locations across the county. Quality Drive Away - Call (574) IMMEDIATE OPENING Part-Time Delivery Driver Gazette Newspapers/Great Lakes Printing Co. is seeking a part-time driver to deliver newspapers to our store newsstand locations and commercial printing orders to our customers using our company delivery vans. This permanent, part-time position will offer Tuesday, Thursday and Friday hours from approximately 8am-3pm. Some flexibility with days/hours will be required as each day s deliveries vary. The ideal candidate must be dependable, have a professional appearance, clean driving record, enjoy working with the public, able to lift up to 40lbs and possess the ability to pass a drug test. Please apply in person to Gazette Newspapers 46 W. Jefferson St. Jefferson, OH Equal Opportunity Employer SERVICE Directory 307 TREE TRIMMING WE CAN COME NOW! TREE CLIMBER willing to put your trees on the ground. Homeowner takes over with cleanup. Fully insured with 10 years experience. Call John HOME IMPROVEMENT IMAGINE YOUR DREAM bathroom! Call (800) for a free design guide and estimate! The Home Depot Home Services. THIS SPACE COULD BE YOURS! Blossom Hill Healthcare Residence, a family owned and managed healthcare campus, in Huntsburg has been offering seniors a home to age-in-place for over 50 years. We provide independent living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, a member of the ohman family communities skilled nursing, and long-term care. If you have a passion and desire to take care of others and grow a career in healthcare? Consider the Campus of Blossom Hill Health Care Residence. Full & part-time positions available for: Earn While You Learn! STNA Training Class. Classes will be Mon Fri 6/18 6/29, the exam is scheduled for 7/14 $500 Sign-on Bonus AVAILABLE FOR NURSING ASSISTANTS details during interview. RN / LPN CHARGE NURSE Full time Night Shift 12-Hr Shifts Available We offer a comprehensive benefit package, which includes: Medical, Dental, Life, Vision, AD & D and 401k is available for the qualified candidates. Employee Referral Program Apply: (Mon Fri 9a-5p) Blossom Hill Healthcare Residence Princeton Rd, Huntsburg, SMALL ENGINE REPAIR WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE OLD MOWERS Spring is Here! Get Your Mower Tuned Up! New & Used Parts Pickup & Delivery Used Lawn Mowers for Sale! Butch s Small Engine Repair Shop Jerry Ferryman Rt. 7 North, Andover Authorized Dealer Real Estate 404 VACATION PROPERTIES VACATION CABINS FOR rent in Canada. Fish for Walleye, Perch, Northerns. Boats, motors, gasoline included. com and Call Hugh (800) for free brochure. VACATION RENTALS - OUTER Banks, NC. Over 600 vacation homes from S. Nags Head to Corolla s 4x4! 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(440) GazetteNewspaper Equal Housing Opportunity All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, and the Ohio Fair Housing Law, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This applies to all real estate sold, rented or leased, whether by owner himself or through an agent. There are no exceptions under this law. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call: HUD - TOLL FREE DEALS ON WHEELS 600 AUTO & VEHICLES 1984 THRU 1990 CHEVY BLAZ- ER or S-10 parts. Radiator, computer, gas tank, alternator, power steering pump, grill, manual and misc. Parts all for $50. Call (440) Ray Poyar Auto Sales NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Friday, June 22: 03 Expedition, 08 Escape (2 Available) All public sales at 12 Noon 1600 Mentor Ave., Painesville NEED PARTS? NEW RADIATORS NEW BODY PARTS NEW GAS TANKS WE BUY WRECKED & JUNK VEHICLES -ALSO- LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD USED PARTS BUDGET AUTO PARTS CALL (440) Woodman Ave. Ashtabula Monday-Friday CARS 1978 MERCURY MONARCH, 81,000 miles, straight 6 cylinder, 250 cu. in., automatic, mag wheels, many new parts, 400 miles on new tires, after market stereo. $2,500 OBO. (440) TRUCKS REDUCED! 2005 CHEVY SIL- VERADO work series V6, motor runs great, bed rusted, 101,000 miles. $1,200 or best offer. Call (440) Leave message. 604 VANS 1994 DODGE CARAVAN, dependable, $750. Call (440) and leave a message. 605 MOTORCYCLES 2004 HARLEY DAVIDSON custom Sportster, 1200 cc, 10,800 miles, runs new, $4,500. 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