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Archive for January, 2021

Anne Marie Staniszewski ’62 passed away:

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on January 19, 2021

Anne Marie Staniszewski Treglia

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1944 – 2021

Remembering Anne Marie (Staniszewski) Treglia is to remember a life dedicated to helping others. Born in Toledo, OH during the climax of WWII in 1944, Anne completed her life journey January 11, 2021. The daughter of second generation Polish immigrants, her Catholic upbringing highlights a life of service to community, family, and friends. Her lifelong commitment to helping, healing and supporting others began at age 13 and endured for more than 63 years. She retired as a Nurse Practitioner (NP) in June 2020, but continued to volunteer as an NP at That Neighborhood Free Health Clinic and Under One Roof food pantry.

One of Anne’s greatest joys was being Nana to her four grandchildren, Abby, Joey, Alex and Tate, and proud mother of Beth (Joe) and Phil (Laura).

Those who wish to contribute on behalf of Anne’s life are encouraged to donate to Veterans Matter, The Toledo Zoo or The Toledo Museum of Art. Due to COVID-19, a virtual celebration of life will be held on Friday, January 22 at 7 p.m. ET. Please contact the family for further information.

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.Published in The Blade from Jan. 17 to Jan. 19, 2021

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Mother of Theresa (Terry) Casaletta ’69 passed away

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on January 19, 2021

Marie Delores Casaletta

January 22, 1926 – January 9, 2021

With profound sadness we announce the peaceful passing of Marie Delores Casaletta on Saturday, January 9, 2021 at the age of 94. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend to all whose life she touched.

Marie was born on January 22, 1926 in Utica New York to Attilio and Mary Palmieri. She was married to Joseph Casaletta who proceeded her in death. Together they raised 2 sons, Robert (Kathy) and Joseph (Kathi); and a daughter, Therese/Terry (Joseph) Borrelli.

In 1967, Marie and her family moved to Toledo, Ohio where she worked as an administrative assistant for Bell and Beckwith, AP Parts and St. Charles Hospital until her retirement in 1992.

Marie was an avid cook and reader who enjoyed her retirement days with her family and friends at the family’s Round Lake, Michigan lake house.

Marie is survived by her 5 grandchildren, Robert (Kim) Casaletta, Kevin (Clair) Casaletta, Anthony (Izabella) Casaletta, Jenifer (Mike) Weaver and Joseph (Jenn) Borrelli; and 4 great grandchildren, Harper Weaver, Brett Weaver, Dominic Casaletta, and Mia Casaletta. She is also survived by her brothers, August (Bud) and James (Jim)Palmieri.

Most of all, Marie deeply loved her family and instilled in them strong values that have served them well. She will dearly be missed and be forever in our hearts.

The family would like to express their gratitude to the caregivers and staff of StoreyPoint Senior Living, Waterville, Ohio for their kindness and compassion in caring for Marie during her time there.

Due to COVID-19, no visitation or funeral services will be scheduled. A memorial celebration of Marie’s life will be held at a later, yet-to-be determined date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Peinert-Dunn Funeral Home, Whitehouse, OH. To leave an online memory please visit www.dunnfuneralhome.com

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.Published in The Blade from Jan. 13 to Jan. 15, 2021.

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Father of Linda Murphy Savercool ’79 passed away:

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on January 17, 2021

Obituary for John Anthony Murphy Sr.

John Anthony “Jack” Murphy’s life began in Barberton, Ohio on August 6, 1932, and ended peacefully on January 9, 2021, at the age of 88, in Toledo, Ohio.

As a young Irish Catholic boy, Jack Murphy developed a love of people and competition, which made for a life full of family and friends. In fact, Jack spent many a day with his two brothers, Pat and Bernie, thinking about having a scrum with the youth of Akron’s north hill, and eventually bringing home a broken nose. Over the years, it was to be broken at least three more times, hence the famous “Murphy nose.”

Everything and anything purple meant Barberton Magic to him, and it’s a guarantee that if Jack saw you wearing purple, it was sure to elicit a “Go Magic”!! Pat (Elaine) and Bernie (Jo) predecease Jack, but his sister Rosalie Danko (who did not involve herself in the scrums with her brothers), along with husband Bob, continue to call Barberton home.

Jack traveled State Route 224 to Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio in 1950 where he would become a Student Prince, play football, and meet the love of his life, Carol Company. Carol passed away in early 2020, and so Jack will now meet her daily for cocktail hour at 4 PM for eternity.

He honorably served his country during the Korean War, and recently participated in the Honor Flight to Washington DC. Jack was so pleased to be included in this group. Although he did not like to advertise this, Jack received his Master’s degree from rival Bowling Green State University in 1959.

However, clearly his heart was with the Toledo Rockets where he would spend 18 years coaching in some capacity for the football program. He started as the defensive line coach, became the defensive coordinator and later the Head Coach. Winning was everything. Win, and the family would sit in the third pew on the right at Gesu 9AM Mass. Lose, sit in the back at St. Ann’s for 9:30 Mass. The life of a football coach could be consuming, yet exciting. Game film, fresh from the developer was often delivered to the house between 1 and 3 AM. He left Toledo for one year to be the Head Coach at Heidelberg and quickly returned to become the Head Coach at Toledo.

Jack is survived by four children: Karen Runyon, John (Jennifer), Linda Savercool (Tim) and Tim (Ann). Timothy David Murphy was considered the first touchdown of the 1971 Rocket season, so we celebrate TD Murphy’s 50th birthday this year along with the great Toledo Rocket Football Team of 35-0. Jack’s loss is deeply felt by his ten grandchildren: Matthew Runyon, Maggie Murphy, Karen Murphy, Jack Murphy, Megan (Tyler) Dodds, Michelle (Jack) McIntyre, Danny (Karlee)Yodzis, Leah Yodzis, Sam Murphy, Ryan Murphy and one great grandchild, Maeve McIntyre, born three weeks ago. He was preceded in death by one grandchild, Nathaniel Murphy. Many photos depict Jack lovingly spending time with his grandchildren. Jack’s numerous nieces and nephews will miss his warm humor at family gatherings.

But this isn’t the only family – his players, fellow coaches, UT administrators and sports writers consider him part of their family, as well. Jack considered coaching to be so much more than just playing a game. It gave him immense pleasure to be given the opportunity to mold men, academically and in their careers.

He earned many awards during his football years: Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year, Ohio College Coach of the Year, most valuable student athlete of the year at Heidelberg, and All-Ohio Conference athlete of the year, to name a few. He was inducted into the Barberton High School Hall of Fame in 1983, the Heidelberg Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Varsity T Hall of Fame in 1997.

In addition to being a successful coach – he was also an accomplished businessman with Seaway Beverage and Manager of Public and Governmental Affairs of Envirosafe Services of Ohio, Inc., in Oregon. Jack was adept at creating relationships, and many people have noted his honor, humility, honesty, thoughtfulness, and love.

He was involved with multiple community organizations including serving as Board of Directors for Easter Seal Society of NWO, Kiwanis Club, Oregon Schools Foundation Board and as well as serving as past President of the National Football Hall of Fame- Toledo chapter and President of the Oregon Development Foundation. At the request of fellow coach and close friend Carty Finkbeiner, Jack served on the TARTA board of Directors and was an advocate for paratransit services. In addition, Jack was the district chairman for the NCAA Rules Committee and is a past president of the Toledo Chapter of the Collegiate National Football Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the Heidelberg College Fellows and has worked as a volunteer for various Heidelberg College fund raising drives. He also worked as a volunteer in the Toledo area for The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges.

Jack continued his competitive ways in retirement, as he and Carol enjoyed golf, and Jack liked to let us know how much money he won in his weekly poker game. They enjoyed weekly dinners with friends at local restaurants, but always came back to their favorite, Shawn’s Irish Tavern.

Jack loved being with his kids and grandkids at the lake, and sitting on the deck with Bud and Phyllis Schultz, lifelong friends from Tiffin. He and Carol spent every summer in Port Clinton on the beach at the summer cottage, where he continued his love of coaching while teaching grandkids to catch a football, play euchre, fish, and enjoy family, friends and life.

He leaves a big hole in many hearts, but great memories for all of us.

The family would like to thank the staff at Parkcliffe Alzheimer’s Community for the considerate care they provided Jack during this last year.

Please join the family for a Covid-safe Memorial Tailgate to celebrate the life of Jack and begin the 50-year anniversary celebration of the Toledo 35-0 team. There will be a drive-through visitation in front of the rocket at the Glass Bowl Stadium, University of Toledo, Lot 10 this Saturday, January 23, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

We would like to continue Jack’s dedication to scholar athletes and support the Jack and Carol Murphy Athletic Scholarship Fund. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to their fund: www.UTRockets.com/Murphy.

The Memorial Tailgate will be followed by a 1:00 p.m. Funeral Mass at St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Church, 4201 Heatherdowns Blvd. Toledo, OH 43614. Please view and sign our online “guest registry” at CoyleFuneralHome.com

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Father of Catherine ’73, (Judith ’75) & Nancy ’77 Thomas passed away

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on January 17, 2021

Thomas E. Thompson, 91, of Ft. Myers, FL, passed away peacefully on December 27, 2020, surrounded by family. He was born to Mary Ann (Evans) and Ronald Wade Thompson, on January 12, 1929 in Toledo, Ohio. He graduated from Whitmer High School and attended The Ohio State University, followed by a tour with the United States Air Force during the Korean War. He married his devoted wife, Jeannine, in 1951 and they enjoyed 69 years of marriage. Tom is survived by his wife and his children, Thomas (Casey) Thompson, Cathy (Paul) Lovallo, Doug Thompson, Nancy (Don) Jillisky, Carolyn Fowler, Greg (Barb) Thompson, Lori Thompson, and Andy Thompson, 12 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Tom was predeceased by daughter Judy McCall, grandson Nicholas Thompson, and granddaughter Suzie Thompson. Following honorable discharge from the United States Air Force, Tom had a successful career in sales, beginning with Oakite Products, then with Allegheny Steel, Brainard Strapping, and Saxton Real Estate while in Columbus, OH. He then partnered in forming Motor City Container, Corp., located in Detroit, MI. while residing in Toledo, OH. Tom returned to real estate, working with different agencies in Toledo. Tom and Jeannine relocated to Cape Coral, FL. in 1980 where he founded Evans Service Cleaning company until he retired. Tom was the founder and proud member of The Optimist Club. After the birth of his ninth child, dad was quite proud to relate that he was asked to resign his membership with Planned Parenthood! He never missed a chance to throw out a one-line zinger. No one told a joke like he did, understated and soft-voiced. “Thanks for talking to me.” “Come back when you can stay longer.” “Button up your shirt, your heart is going to fall out”. There will be a Funeral Mass at 11 am on Saturday, January 2, 2021, at Church of the Resurrection, 8121 Cypress Lake Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33919. To offer a condolence or share a memory please visit Tom’s tribute page at www.kiserfh.com

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Father of Teresa ’76, Cheryl ’78 & Beth ’80 (deceased) Borer passed away.

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on January 12, 2021

Obituary for Wilfred Carol Borer

Wilfred “Bill” C. Borer, 86, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, January 9. Born and raised in Fremont OH, Bill graduated from St Joseph’s High School where he played for their basketball team. He received his Associates’ Degree from Tiffin University. A veteran of the Military Police Corps of the US Army, Bill served from 1955 – 1957. He and the lovely Mrs. Borer raised their five children primarily in Toledo OH. He started his accounting career at Standard Oil, then moved to Owens Corning. He found his true calling as a car salesman/Fleet and Lease Manager at Bob Schmidt Chevrolet until he retired in 2002. He and Nancy were active members of St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Church, where they volunteered with the Saint Vincent DePaul Society. An avid fan of the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns, Bill tried to pass his love of all things sports on to his kids but it didn’t quite take (thankfully Jason would come along to fill the void!).
Bill was preceded in death by his wife of 61+ years, Nancy (Horn) and his daughter, Beth (John Bermudez). He is survived by his children, Teresa, Cheryl (Bob Bates), Brian (Jeri), and Sarah, his grandsons, Jason, Keagan, Shane, Dylan, Jonathan, and Patrick, his brother, Dr. Ronald Borer, his sister, Janet (James Winton) and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the amazing Hospice of Northwest Ohio, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Toledo, and/or Saint Vincent de Paul Society Toledo. Please view and sign our online “guest registry” at CoyleFuneralHome.com

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