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Lenora Reminick

January 19, 1936November 12, 2020

Lenora (Lee) Syring Reminick passed away on Nov. 12, 2020. Lee was born in Hollywood, California on January 19, 1936. She moved to Toledo with her parents, Karl and Carolyn, when she was a baby. She was the oldest of 8 siblings – (Michael, William(deceased), Mary Kay, Carolyn, Eileen, Theresa, Joann). She met and married her husband of 63 years Howard, in 1957. In 1959 they moved to Euclid. Her life was dedicated to her 7 children - Michael (Connie), Robin (Len), Steve, Scott, Kelly (Bill), Karen (Ben), and Jill, her 14 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. In the early 1970’s she started a home party planning and jewelry company called The Wishing Well and loved to do events and trade shows selling her products. She later worked for the Air Force doing follow up patient care surveys. For the last several years she spent most of her time in Southwest Florida but still returned seasonally to Ohio to be with family. In her later years she found the love of painting and became a wonderful artist, particularly in watercolors. She also had a real love for birds, especially the many birds that came to her feeders. She will be laid to rest in Toledo, Ohio beside her parents. Goodbye Lee, mom, grammy, great-grammy. You will always be remembered fondly. We will see you again someday. We love you.

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Nadine Ernst

November 19, 2020

My condolence go out to Howie and family. I met Lee many years ago thru Barb Fatica. Such a fun loving couple. Was nice to see her when she was up in Ohio. May God rest her soul.

Sam Rodriguez

November 18, 2020

Lee will be sorely missed by all her family and friends, we met Lee in Fort Myers Florida, seeing her with Howard and Jill at Mike and Connie house , as neighbors on Tamarron court . We always had a Great time. May God Bless her soul and all the family with this loss. Sam & Linda Rodriguez

Ben Himes

November 18, 2020

Lee has departed from this earth but is alive in our hearts and minds and by this she lives on. So sad for the sudden passing of my Mother-in-Law. She loved the arts and was my biggest fan. Always encouraging me to enter photos in the fairs and lavishing kindly praise on the pictures I took. She especially loved the birds. My deepest condolences to the family and everyone that knew Lee. Think of her often and she will live on.

Judi Schlatter-Flint

November 18, 2020

My best friend. I have pictures of us roller skating when we were 5 years old on Portsmouth Ave. From there they go on and on. Trips to FL. OH, CA, MI, We lived next door when we were 2years old and our friendship lasted for over 82 years. How blessed to have had you in my life dear friend. I will miss you till we meet again in our final home with the Lord.

Barbara Fatica

November 18, 2020

How can you describe a friendship of 59 years?? In one word LOVE.😇 you laugh you cry you share, always together. Memories that will live always in my heart. I love you to infinity and beyond Lee, Barb

Marguerite Seymour

November 18, 2020

Lee and I go way back to Welcome Wagon activities. She would pick me up every Wed am for 9am bowling with her gang and mine! What wonderful fun times. I also worked for her jewelry business giving jewelry parties and then eventually my sister and I shared a job in her office!!! Once again - what fun times. Can only look back at those times with great affection for her and Howard. Lee was one of my forever friends and she leaves a void in all our lives. My condolenses to her whole family. Marguerite Ames Seymour.

Alice Forker

November 16, 2020

What a beautiful name Lenora! What a beautiful soul, We had our Bichons in common. Sometimes comparing notes. The last time I was with her was book club a yr ago in Chesterland. She was quite the reader and recommended some good books for us. She is at peace now and probably watching over her family. Alice

Keith Glavac

November 16, 2020

Always will cherish and respect Lee and the whole family for making me feel as a family member starting from grade school ..... My deepest sympathy to my extended Ohana....

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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