Edwin Leo Haidet 4

Edwin Leo Haidet, age 87, of Louisville, Ohio passed away peacefully at home to be with the Lord January 30, 2023 . He was born October 10, 1935, to Clem and Evelyn Haidet. He is survived by two sisters, Theresa Harvey and Michele (Jim) Warner; nieces and nephews, and special niece, Tracy Holmes. He was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters.

He loved traveling and worked various jobs in Ohio and other states. Edwin was caring, generous and well loved by many. He was a lifelong member of St. Louis Parish.

Graveside services will be held Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 11:00a.m. at St. Louis Parish Cemetery in Louisville. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Stark County Humane Society. Please share memories and condolences at www.paqueletfalk.com.

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Darline Anne Moss Wiegreff 0

On January 27, Darline Anne Moss Wiegreff, surrounded by her loving family, passed peacefully from this life to dance with the angels. Darline lived her life to the fullest throughout her 96 years and was the light of her family.

Darline was born in Hannibal, Missouri, November 13, 1926, the youngest of 4 children of her late parents, Franklin and Mabel Moss. She was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Donald R. Wiegreff, her son, Kenneth (Cynthia, of Texas) Wiegreff, and her granddaughter, Darline Blankenship.

Darline is survived by 6 children, Donald T. Wiegreff of California, Sheila (Charles, deceased) Beltz of Louisville, Jo-Ann (Richard, deceased) Jeffries of Canton, John (Susan) Wiegreff of North Canton, Sandra (Wayne, deceased) Carr of Canton, and Kelly Wiegreff of Alliance. Darline was blessed with 17 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, and 5 great-great-grandchildren.

In addition to her greatest joy-her family-Darline loved animals, her flower gardens, and all of nature, music, traveling, and motorcycles.

Calling hours for Darline will take place at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home, 303 South Chapel St., Louisville on Tuesday (5-7 P.M.) and Wednesday (10-11 A.M.) with Darline’s memorial service to follow Wednesday at 11 A.M, followed by a procession to Forest Hill Cemetery, 4414 Cleveland Ave. N.W., Canton.

Darline, throughout her entire life, had the beauty of a movie star but her greatest joy was sharing the beauty of her heart with her family and all who knew her, every day of her life.

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Kay Lynn (Mayle) Neff 3

Kay Lynn (Mayle) Neff of Louisville, Ohio passed away January 26th, 2023 at the age of 65. She was born on March 28th, 1957, in Ferndale MI to the late Houston (Doodle) Mayle and Zelma (Jean) Mayle. Kay graduated from Allegany Wesleyan High School. She married her loving, devoted husband, Daniel J. Neff, of Louisville on September 28th, 1985, and they made their home in Louisville. Her joy of cooking led her to her career in Louisville City Schools as a school cook until retiring after 17 years in the same school district where her children grew up.

Kay enjoyed playing softball, bowling, and attending family gatherings over the years. Also, attending her children’s, nieces, and nephews sporting events.  In her later years, she enjoyed sitting outside on her back patio watching her grandchildren play in the garden.  She was an amazing cook with her signature dishes being her dumplings, chicken noodle soup, and mac and cheese.  When you visited Kay, she would be watching her favorite westerns like Bonanza or Tales of Well Fargo.

Kay is preceded in death by her parents Doodle and Jean Mayle; brothers in law Kenny Stipe, Terry Hinkle, Larry Neff, Charles Neff; nephews, Phillip Miller and Russell E. Brandes II,  granddaughter Harper Lynn Kirby; as well as many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Kay is survived by her devoted husband and best friend, Daniel J. Neff; her three loving children, Amanda K. Kirby(Josh), Aimee E. Marshall (Paul), Joseph D. Neff (Holly); her grandchildren, Kaydan, Cash, Madison, Karter, Landon, Connor, Mackenzie, and Delilah; her siblings, Kathy Stipe, Karol Hinkle, Karl Mayle (Patricia), Ken Mayle (Bonnie), Kenneth “Mike” Mayle (Cheryl), Karen “Jug” Miller; and many more in brothers and sisters in law, cousins, nieces, and nephews, as well as great nieces and nephews.

Kay’s family will receive friends Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 from 11 am to 1 pm at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville with a funeral service to begin at 1pm.  Kay’s funeral will commence immediately after at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery also in Louisville Ohio. Condolences and special memories of Kay can be shared with her family online at www.paqueletfalk.com

In this time of sorrow, Kay’s wishes would be for everyone to gather, eat, and remember all the good times that she was a part of and helped create. As we heal and come together to grieve, we leave you with one of her favorite phrases, “Oh happy day!”


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Tim Torgler 4

Tim Torgler was born in Massillon, OH on January 23, 1949 to Paul and Dorothy Torgler and died on his 74th birthday after a two-year battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his parents, nephew, Cody Torgler, brother-in-law, Rich Muter and mother-in-law, Mary Muter McCollum Brooks.

Tim is survived by his wife Lynn; daughter, Christina (Clint); son, Darby; granddaughter, Jewelle; grandson, Cain; brothers, Terry (Joyce) and Tom (Annette) Torgler; special uncle, Don Torgler; sister, Debi (John) Patterson; nieces, Amanda (Kyle) McCort, Shayla (Mike) and Breanna (Erik) Torgler, Tiffany Torgler-Wingo; and nephews, Sean Patterson and Lance Torgler. Tim left behind his friends who meant so much to him, Del and Trish Clifford, John Lovelace, Keith Brenneman, Gary Howes, Tony Palombo andDale Trizzino and childhood friends Rusty and Dusty Dyak.

He was employed by Lovelace Painting; previously worked for Mohler Construction and the Hoover Company. In his early days, he was a lifeguard at Holiday Country Club and saved a toddler from drowning. He also was lead singer in three bands in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.

A special thank-you to the doctors and staff at Tri County Hematology and Oncology for the care and compassion given to Tim for over two years. And one more thank you to his Google speaker for the sleep sounds and soothing music that comforted him 24-7.

Tim will be missed immensely by his family and friends. Per his request, no funeral services have been arranged.  A memorial get-together is pending in the spring. Condolences and special memories of Tim can be shared with his family online at www.paqueletfalk.com (330)875-2811

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Virginia “Ginny” MacDonald 1

Mrs. Virginia “Ginny” Macdonald, age 87, passed away on January 7, 2023, after a brief illness. Ginny attended Drake University and worked at the Maytag Company in Newton, Iowa. Ginny had many passions in her life. She loved to travel, play cards (Bridge/Euchre/500), live theater, politics, music, photography, nature, sports, and flashlights. Ginny was a member of St. Louis Church since 1967. She served on many committees and was a Eucharistic Minister. Ginny was voted in as a Nimishillen Township Trustee at the age of 60 and tirelessly served the community for 8 years. Ginny had an insatiable curiosity for learning- you could always find her with a book or googling various topics. Ginny loved life and was always moving forward with a positive spirit and a smile on her face.

Ginny is survived by 4 daughters, Cindy (Dan), Lori (Doug), Mary Jo (Paul), Amy (Joe) and 4 sons, Dan (Ann), John (Theresa), Dave and Jim. She is survived by 15 grandchildren, Cameron, Taylor, Elizabeth, Joseph, Nikki, Alexa, Dan, Ashley, Matthew, Jake, Sam, Julia, Josh, Jenna, and Katelyn; 9 great-grandchildren, Brooks, Christian, Raymond, Nicholas, Daniel, Juliette, Madison, Zeke, and Zoe; sister, Margo, and many nieces and nephews.

Ginny was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Dan, in 1986.

There will be a private memorial service at a future date. Condolences and special memories of Ginny can be shared with her family online at www.paqueletfalk.com


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Eleanor Henritta Savarin 0

Eleanor Henritta Savarin, age 95, of Canton, Ohio (formerly of Euclid, Ohio) passed away on Thursday, December 15, 2022. She was born to the late John and Philomena Praskac in Landsford Pennsylvania on December 30, 1932.  Upon graduation from Landsford High School Eleanor left Pennsylvania for New York City where she worked as a telephone operator.   She met her husband, Michael, a Navy man, while attending a Broadway show during Navy week.  They were married in 1947 and eventually moved to Euclid, Ohio where they raised their three children.  Over the years, Eleanor worked at Hough Bakeries and Helen Hutchley’s Ice Cream and Candy store.  Eleanor volunteered at Euclid General Hospital, The Cleveland Playhouse Square, and delivered Meals on Wheels.  She was an active member of St Williams Catholic Church in Euclid for over 50 years.

Eleanor is preceded in death by her husband, Michael Savarin, son, Michael Savarin, Jr. and brother, John Praskac.

She is survived by two children, Jamie (Barbara), of Louisville, Ohio, daughter, Frances Savarin of Pittsboro, North Carolina; daughter-in-law, Kathleen Savarin of Pepper pike, Ohio; niece, Sister Mary Praskac; nephew, John Praskac Jr.; grandchildren, Patrick Savarin and Ryan Savarin of Las Vegas, Nevada, Andrew (Justine) Savarin of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Laura (Preston) Black of Dublin, Ohio; and two great grandchildren, Finn Savarin and Madilyn Black.

Special thanks to the staff at the Canton Regency in Canton Ohio for their passionate care for Eleanor during her stay.  A private family burial will take place at All Souls Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio. Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, Ohio is entrusted with the arrangements.    Family requests memorial donations be made to National Kidney Foundation, 30 E. 33rd St. New York, NY 10016.  Condolences can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

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Norbert E. “Norb” Fenstemaker 8

Norbert E. “Norb” Fenstemaker, age 90, of North Canton, passed away peacefully in his home, eating ice cream on November 29, 2022. He was born at home in East Canton, OH, to John and Marjorie (Rice) Fenstemaker on June 28, 1932. He was a 1950 graduate of Timken Vocational High School, Cape Fear Technical School in Wilmington, NC and Malone College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He was also a veteran of the North Korean conflict, serving in the U.S. Navy as a yeoman. For Norb’s service, he earned a National Defense Service Medal.

He retired in 1996 from Babcock & Wilcox after 27 years of service, working in various divisions, locations, and positions as Senior Buyer, Purchasing Manager (I&M Div.), QA and project scheduling. He held a Lifetime Certification from the National Association of Purchasing Managers.

Norb was known for his lively, gregarious personality and “class clown” sense of humor. He was a creative and artistic person with an immense talent for drawing and the written word. His passion was anything outdoors (travel, hiking, biking, fishing, landscape photography), live theater, movies, and playing golf with his sons and grandson. Norb was a truly great man who will be missed, and his hilarious wit and zest for life will not be forgotten.

He is survived by sons, Michael of Canton, David (Jellina) of Rogue River, OR., Dr. Eric (Janet) of Maryville, TN, and Dr. Stephen (Marilyn) of North Canton; daughters, Kathleen (Scott) Schaumburg of Belmont, NC, and Sarah Johnson of Indianapolis, IN; eight grandchildren; three great grandchildren; four nieces, and one nephew.

He was preceded in death by his longtime companion and best friend, Karen Boos of Wadsworth, OH, parents, brothers, Robert (Betty), Daryl (Marjorie), John (Shirley); sisters, Geraldine (Link) Johnson, Joyce (John) Gobeli, Delma Jean; and grandson, Stephen Fenstemaker, II.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Louis Church, 300 N Chapel St, Louisville, OH on Friday, December 16, 2022 at 11:00 am with Navy Honor burial to follow at Center Church for the Brethren, 2801 Ravenna Ave NE, Louisville, OH.