Rudolph F. Kastelic Jr., 79, of Chagrin Falls, Ohio was welcomed into heaven January 2022. He was greeted by his parents, Rudolph Kastelic, Sr. and Vera (nee Skalecki), and his siblings Dominic Kastelic, Pat Pierkowski (Jack), and Audrey Kastelic. As the eldest of six children, he was a natural born leader and protector. He developed a love for nature and the outdoors as a Boy Scout. He later served in the US Army Reserves and was an associate member of the Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio. Rudy had a tremendous passion for life. He woke up every morning excited to tackle the day. His love for life was evident in the way he lived. Sitting in the backyard, watching the birds, and appreciating nature was a joy to him. He believed every day was a gift and he was grateful for the opportunities that life presented. … Read complete obituary here.
Davor Curkovic, age 59, passed away on Wednesday, July 13, 2022. He was born on August 10, 1962, in Zadar, Croatia to Ilija and Ruzica Curkovic. Davor grew up on his parent’s farm where he worked daily. Davor married in November 1986 at the age of 24. Shortly after he married, he moved to the United States in search of better opportunities for himself and his growing family to thrive. Davor then pursued a career in CNC machining and lovingly provided for his family. Davor was an avid fisher and hunter and loved the great outdoors. He also enjoyed watching sports, gardening, and cooking. He was always eager to share his home-grown vegetables and home-made dishes with everyone! Davor was a loving father and grandfather to his three daughters Angie Cander, Monica Curkovic, and Christina Curkovic and his four grandchildren Vanessa and Robbie Anthony, Kurtis Snyder, and Nathan Curkovic. He… Read complete obituary here.
Joyce M. Young, 85, passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer on Thursday, May 19, 2022, in Beachwood, Ohio. A native of Pennsylvania and an enterprise , female executive, Joyce was the President and Owner of Young Galvanizing in Pulaski, PA for over a decade. She loved to travel and saw every state in the USA and many countries across the globe. Her life changed after she visited Israel and prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane. Joyce gave all of herself and dedicated her life to her family and friends and to those less fortunate or in need. She spent her time with people, visiting, sharing a meal, remembering a birthday or a special event. She called, she wrote, and she came through the years and over the miles. We cannot think of better words to be said about a human being. She loved the opera, the museum… Read complete obituary here.
Richard P. Hostutler Born 10/21/1958 in Willowick, Ohio to Harold and Mary Anne Hostutler (Sebrasky) A Eastlake North High School Graduate of 1977 Passed away 03/22/2022 in his Kirtland Home surrounded by loved ones and his wife Sheryl of 16.5 years. At the age of 63 Rick lost his 10 year battle to Kidney Cancer. Rick was an avid car enthusiast owning more than 20 of his unique Hot Rods throughout the years. He would often tell his friends that his goal in life was to own as many different cars as possible, without driving his wife crazy! He retired from MotorCars Honda, after spending more than 30 years working as a Mechanic. He could often be found at car shows all around the Lake Co. Area when not home working on, selling or buying another car. When Rick met Sheryl he quickly became a cat lover JUST LIKE HER… Read complete obituary here.
April Anderson, 71, of Mentor Ohio passed away on Sunday, February 6, 2022. April is survived by her children John Choate, David Choate (Kelli), Dawn Anderson, Jacob Choate (Stacey) and Johnny Lee Choate; brothers Rick Coulter (Colleen) and Gerald Scot Coulter (Paula); grandchildren Crystal Warden, Jonathon Choate, Jessica Anglada (Jose), Ty Choate, Alexis Nicole Anderson and Terrance Davenport, grandchildren Layla Rogers, Waylon Rogers, Natalie Rogers, Anthony Rogers, Brooklyn Lannom, Aiden Anglada, Ki’Moni Wilson and Jae’ce Wilson. April was an avid reader, loved watching movies and playing games on her phone. She was loved dearly by her friends and family and touched the lives of so many, many knew as Nawnie. She will live on forever in our hearts.