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Cleveland Senior Profiles

The lives of Cleveland Seniors have produced so many interesting stories. Read about some of these fascinating people and suggest people that you think we should profile in the future.

Listed in alphabetical order

Doug Adair
From Anchor Desk to Winner's Circle

Sister Ann Patrick Adams
From Superior to Seoul, Sister Ann Teaches & Serves

Sister Mary Assumpta
Batting 1.000 for Seniors

Helen Bacon
This Nurse's Charity began at Home
but extends to the World

Gloria Karpinski Battisti
A soulful woman finding solutions in a troubled world

Marshall Bedol
One-of-a-kind Twin

Jules Belkin
Making Cleveland Rock

Ivan Bezugloff
From Russia with Love (for Natasha, Dressage & Kolya)

William "Bill" Boehm
Turning Cleveland's Children into the world's Singing Angels

Jeanette Grasselli Brown
Chemistry in the Lab and with Glenn and her Hungarian Roots

Virgil E. Brown
Strong role model for family and community

Willard Brown
Cleveland's own Colonel Hogan

Fred Buck
Leaving the Lights On for Us

John Buck Jr.
All the World's a Stage But Cleveland is his home

Eddie Campbell
Helping to Unite Cleveland's Irish

Jane Campbell
First Woman Mayor of Cleveland Ohio

Austin Carr
#1 Pick On and Off the Court

Emmanuel Carreira SJ, PhD
Renaissance Man of Philosophy and Light

Juanita Garner Carrothers
Opening the Prison Gates

Dr. Ted Castele
TV's first News Doctor made over a billion house calls

Bob Cerminara
Well Dressed and Well Respected

Annie Champa
Author and Adventurer

George Condon
Chronicling Cleveland with Wit & Wisdom

Marty Conn
He can make you a Star

Jim Cookinham
Traveling Man led Town's Tech

Dan Coughlin
Still Crazy After All These Years

Jenny Crimm
Still in the Swim of Things

Pat Dailey
Great Lakes Troubadour

Susan Daniels
Cleveland's Female Private Eye

Dan Davenport
A proud life of Attitude and Philosophy

Harry Davis
From St. Clair Ave. to the NBA
and The Best is Yet to Come

Harlan Diamond
Jewel of a caterer, a gem of a man

Bill Dieterle and Santa Claus
Bringing Christmas to sick and dying children

Harrison Dillard
Only person to win Olympic Gold in hurdles and sprints

Larry Dolan
Baseball has always been his game

Cecilia Dolgan
Polka Star celebrates her Slovenian heritage

Virgil Dominic
He recognized his destiny and shared its blessings

Del Donahoo
Why "Folks" Love Del

Jim Doney
Still traveling the Adventure Road

Mike Douglas
Ground-breaking Talk Show host and Class Act

Dick Dugan
From ink to paper to smiles

Thomas Eakin
Who's Who record holder knows that everybody is a somebody

Rabbi Frederick Eisenberg
50 years of making life good for others

Bill Faragher
Family + Fun = Faragher

John Feighan
Spreading good will from Moriartys to Murray Hill

Bob Feller
Hall of Fame Athlete and Man

Maury Feren
A Life Full of Busy Days

Mary Fitzpatrick
Overcame tragedy through Faith, Family & Friends

Franz the Toymaker
Ray Stawiarski still "Schmiles" at Everybody

Bob Gain
Came through in the Trenches
for "Bear", Brown and Uncle Sam

Richard Gildenmeister
The Book General

Robert Goergon
Pearl Harbor Survivor

Dr. Wanda Green
Learning life's lessons in and out of class

Fred Griffith
TV Pioneer Still Cooking - On the Air and Off

Ted Hallaman
Tall Ted turns the turntable with Timeless Tunes

Lute and Sue Harmon
Ink in their veins & Cleveland in their hearts

Mabel Heidy
98 and feisty as ever

Hubie Hinkel
Editor, Publisher and Bombardier Trainer

William (Bill) Hixson
Mr Christmas has the dignity of having dirt beneath his fingernails

Howard Hoffmann
What a set of pipes - in any kind of weather

Dudley Humphrey
Keeping Euclid Beach Alive
In our memories and taste buds

Ed Hurley
Father of the Year 2005

Jan Jones
From Morning to PM, her smile shines through

Diane Karpinski
The Appealing Judge of the Court of Appeals

Helen Karpinski
Pioneer for Women in Politics

Chris King
Storyteller has her Story Told

Dante Lavelli
Gluefingers in the Clutch

Hal Lebovitz
Ask Hal, the Hall of Famer

Les Levine
More Sports and... You know the Rest

Fannie Lewis
Respect for All - Fear of None

Ann Halle Little
Famous Name and Fabulous Life

Dino Lucarelli
Love of, and Loved By, the Cleveland Browns

Adele and Bill Malley
Living the Sweet Life

Virginia Marti
Fashioning a Future for Students in the US and Orphans in Africa

Mary Ann
Cleveland's own Ghost Buster

Fr. John McCarthy
Around the World by Rail and Sail

Gerald McFaul
Cleveland's own Marshall Dillon

Nick Mileti
Cleveland's Illustrious Italian - The Colossal Coliseum and other "Miracles"

Bill Miller
Mr Stress - Living the Blues

Dan Miller
From Gold Beach to Gold Slam

Madeline Manning Mims
Ran for Gold and Works for Salvation

Larry Morrow
From the Duke of Windsor to Mr. Cleveland

Joe Mosbrook
Jazzed about Cleveland

Edwin Mugridge
Zanzibar to Cleveland

John Murphy
That Smiling Irishman

Doris O'Donnell
Front-Page Girl

Helen Orlando
With a GED at 78, this Baker Rises to the Top

Paige Palmer
TV Pioneer, First Lady of Fitness, Fashionista & More!

Nacy Panzica
Family is Cornerstone to Builder's Success

Gino Paoloni
He brings good things to life

Jack Petrusiak
Collinwood Crusader

Barbara Plummer
Looking back through the Magic Mirror at Miss Barbara

Robert Prohaska
From Pollywog to a real 'Pro"

Maria Pujana
Realistic Optimist who combines her passions for Art and Science

Sarojini Rao
Bringing the best of two cultures to her family, work and community

Carl Reese
A Truly Legendary Radio Personality

Liz Richards
Speaking to, and now for, the people

Les Roberts
He'll always have Cleveland

Florence Kelly Roseman
Survived a 'Night of Terror'

Sam Rutigliano
A Coach of Football - and of Life

Tim Ryan
Picture Perfect Man who poured a Perfect Pitcher

Burt Salzman
Hard Working Grocer with a Heart of Gold

Helga Sandburg
Daughter of America's Favorite Poet

Claire Schmidt
A WAVE and a Lady

Paul Sciria
The "inside scoop" on an investigative reporter

Jane Scott
Rocking through the Ages - The Beat Goes On

Mona Scott
TV Anchor Enjoying Her New Life

Rocco Scotti
Oh say can he sing!

Gib Shanley
Voice of the Browns still telling it like it is

Linn Sheldon
Barnaby still says Hello

Charlie Sifford
Before there was Tiger: The Jackie Robinson of Pro Golf

Wilma Smith
Classy Queen of Cleveland TV News

Violet & David Spevack
With a song in their hearts

Del Spitzer
Car Dealer continues Life's Good Ride

Mercedes Karpinski Spotts
Tending to the business of the courts, community and her family

Ben Stefanski
Caretaker of the Lake, Neighborhoods, Gardens and History

Dr. Alan Stephenson
Teaching in the present, Archiving the past

Michael Stanley
This Town is His Town

Mae Stewart
Crusader for the Underdog

Louis Stokes
From Cleveland's Projects to Historic Achievements

Marty Sullivan
Still a Superhost

Tony Sumodi
Mischievous youth becomes iconoclast engineer

Joe Sweeney
Continuing a Life of Learning & Art

Jim Swingos
First-class Place, Food and Man

Joe Tait
Wham! The Voice of the Cavaliers

Ralph Tarsitano
Picture Perfect from Collinwood

Tim Taylor
From Buckeye to Bedford - He's Cleveland's Own

Andre Thornton
Thunder still rolls in Cleveland

Mike Trivisonno
Mr Know-It-All is a Senior - and loving it

Danny Vegh
Following the Bouncing Ball
from Budapest to Cleveland

Andrew Venable
Leading The People's University

Don Webster
Upbeat Nice Guy
Forecasted Music Stars and Weather

George Weidinger
Shortened the War via Post Office Box 1142

Bob 'Hoolihan' Wells
Sunshine To You - No Matter what the Weather

Neil Zurcher
A Tankful of Instant History

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