Theodore Trikilis January 31st, 2009 · No Comments Theodore “Ted” Trikilis, 64, of Chippewa Lake, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, at Elyria Memorial Hospital after suffering a heart attack on Saturday. He was born July 22, 1944, in Canton to Nick and Genevieve (Argiry) Trikilis. He graduated from Wooster High School and attended Kent State University. Ted was co-founder of Pro Arts in Medina, creators of the famous Farrah Fawcett poster, which is displayed in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. His proudest achievement was continuing his father’s work in the air and water purification business, marketing the Aranizer™ line of equipment. Ted was a published author with Simon and Schuster and an avid winning gambler of cards and computer games. He was an intelligent, generous and kind man who loved fishing. He will be sorely missed. Ted is survived by his beloved wife, Io; older brother, Mike Trikilis of Akron; loving sister, Paulette (Dennis) Lorincz of Wadsworth; and many nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial service: 7 p.m. Tuesday at Roberts Funeral Home-Sherwood Chapel, 7067 Cleveland Road (state Route 3), Wooster. Pastor Larry Keener will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made to the family to assist with expenses.
The world is a much sadder place without Ted. He was truly a unique and wonderful man. He will be missed.
Just a simple post today.
I hope everyone will take some time today and reflect back upon the atrocities that took place 7 years ago today. I know that the attacks on America forever changed my life. I had grown up hearing people speak of where they were when the U.S. landed on the moon, when JFK was shot, when Reagan was shot. I never really understood that emotional connection until 9/11
I hope that we never forget. I hope that this day nevers turns into a "day off" with picinics and parties. It's just not what today is.
May God bless America and keep her free from harm.
Well, new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau today lists Cleveland as the 2nd poorest city in the United States.
Cleveland lost the title of poorest city to Detroit.
We can't even win at losing! Read more here.