Thomas, who was passionate about teaching and coaching basketball, was 80.
Larry was 69.
Elizabeth, who was loved fiercely, was 96.
Patricia, who spent her winters at Riverside Marina in Port Clinton, was 78.
Murrette, who loved to decorate and create beautiful floral arrangements, was 79.
Nancy, who enjoyed listening to Jimmy Buffet music, was 68.
Jimmie was 81.
Nevin, who played baritone horn, was 93.
Thomas, who liked taking motorcycle trips, was 69.
Margaret, who enjoyed spending time with her family, was 83.
Ron, who was the ultimate outdoorsman, was 62.
Monroeville man, who drove truck for the JR Schugel Trucking Line, was 62.
Former New London woman was 93.
Fremont man was 24.
Hollie, who was a super hero to all that knew him, was 74.