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Wood-Kortright-Borkoski Funeral Home

703 East Main Street, Ravenna, OH

OBITUARY

Tawnia S. (Lujan) Ridenour

February 16, 1967May 16, 2020

Tawnia Suzette (Lujan) Ridenour, age 53 of Ravenna, passed away Saturday, May 16, 2020, at her home.

She was born February 16, 1967, in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, to parents Joaquin and Bonnie (Rein) Lujan. Tawnia graduated from Streetsboro High School in 1985 and later graduated from Bohecker’s Business College.

Tawnia worked at Robinson Memorial Hospital as a medical office assistant. She enjoyed her floral gardens and ice cream. But most of life revolved around her children and her family.

She is survived by her father Joaquin (Monica) Lujan, sister Heidi (Steve) Lujan DiCarlo, brother Robert (Cathy) Lujan, daughter Kayla Ridenour, sons Nathaniel Wyatt, Branson Wyatt, grandsons Kingston Wyatt, Alexander Adair, fiancé Todd Smith, her half brothers: Joaquin (Serina) Lujan II and Justin Lujan, as well as many loving nieces and nephews.

Tawnia was preceded in death by her mother Bonnie Lujan and her son Donald Lee Ridenour III.

Because of current gathering restrictions, private services will be held and burial will take place at Evergreen Cemetery in Streetsboro. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.wood-kortright-borkoski.com.

Services

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    Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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BIRDINIA ( DINA ) RESS ( MOORE )

May 26, 2020

TAWNIA WAS A GREAT FRIEND TO ME... I MET HER AT STREETSBORO ELEMENTARY... I LOVED HER VERY MUCH. WE ALWAYS HAD A LOT TO SAY TO ONE OTHER... I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT HER.... WE BOTH LIVED ON EVERGREEN DRIVE IN STREETSBORO.... FLY HIGH MY ANGEL.. I TRULY LOVED YOU....

Tammy Holstein

May 23, 2020

There is not ENOUGH room on this page to tell of just 1 favorite memory. One thing I do want 2 share, and I will never forget, you see, when I was a young child I never knew my father,😢but I also knew that Tawnia, Robert, and Heidi were my cousins. It was Tawnia who took me later on to meet my dad for the 1st time. Finding out a few yrs back that the 1st gens tech are siblings, So we would txt for ever enjoying the fact that yes we're sisters, and call each other just to cry even in celebration, or defeat. The last time I got to SEE her was when me and my husband took her home from our Lujan family reunion. All of the elders came. We picked her up as well, and to see that hug with her and uncle was priceless. So rest well my dearest cousin-sister-and friend. NO jmt SISSY, ONLY LOVE. Uncle Kin Heidi, Robert, Hoop, I love you all. To her children, I am so sorry all of my prayers and love go out for you. Last but Def not least, to her little King, oh my goodness little one, Kingston your grandma loved you so so much, ive got so many pics of you. And I pray that I will get to meet you. Many blessings over her children and her little King.. I love you all FAMILIA.. May God Bless us all and bring peace.🌹💞 miss you sis, 💙Tammy...

Shania Taimanglo

May 22, 2020

My aunt was amazing she was very outgoing caring loving. It breaks my heart knowing that she's gone now. May she rest in peace. I remember every year at the family reunion how happy I would get to see her and run and give her a hug and play with the boys at the playground. I love you aunt tawnia.

Fire Protection

May 22, 2020

“Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you remember Tawnia who was so close to you.”
~ Fire Protection & Harner Plumbing

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