Perrysburg Obituaries

Perrysburg Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Perrysburg, OH

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  • Saturday Nov 24 | via The News-Messenger 

    Haubert, Irma R.

    Irma R. Haubert Gibsonburg - Irma R. Haubert, 92, of Gibsonburg passed away at Hospice of NW Ohio, Perrysburg, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. Born in Gibsonburg on Mar. 27, 1926, Irma was a daughter of the late Joseph and Nellie Daiber, Sr. As a Gibsonburg High School graduate, she went on to the Warner Beauty College and worked as beautician and owner of the Beauty Bar for over 58 years, retiring in July 2002.


  • Wednesday Nov 14 | via 


    Authorities have determined that the uncle of reporter Nikki Delamotte shot her several times before he killed himself at his mobile home in Wood County. Investigators called the deaths of Delamotte, whose legal name was Nicole Delamotte-Ullman, and her uncle Robert Delamotte, a murder-suicide.


  • Nov 3, 2018 | via Toledo Blade 

    Dortha Stewart

    Dortha Stewart, who played violin and piano from age 7, was a member of local symphony orchestras, and performed with a senior center band until her birthday two years ago, died early Tuesday at her condominium at Genacross Lutheran Services Wolf Creek Campus in Springfield Township. She was 104.


  • Oct 18, 2018 | via Dayton Daily News 

    EVANS, Judith A.

    EVANS, Judith A. 77, of Toledo, OH passed away on Monday, October 15, 2018 at The Manor at Perrysburg. She was born on May 25, 1941 in Springfield, OH to the late Robert H. and Marjorie George McConkey.


  • Oct 15, 2018 | via The Daily Standard 

    Monday, October 15th, 2018

    Large crowds turned out Sunday to get a look at the newly constructed Sanderell Family West Wing at Mercer County Community Hospital. People waited almost 30 minutes just to get inside before they waited a few minutes more while they were divided into groups for guided tours of the $24 million addition, which opens Oct. 22. [ More ] COLDWATER - The Midwest Athletic Conference cross country championship meet consisted of four separate races, with the boys and girls in both junior high and high school competing.