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Island News April 2017 What Did I Miss?

BIRTHS- Skyler Stoiber Congratulations to Ryan and Jennifer Stoiber on the birth of a 7.7 lb. daughter, Skyler Kensy, on March 3rd at Firelands Hospital in Sandusky. Ryan is co-owner of the Put-in-Bay Frosty Bar and Jennifer is a podiatrist for the VA in Sandusky. Put-in-Bay Residents and paternal grandparents are June Stoiber and George Stoiber. Maternal grandparents are Dan and Janet Gross of Amherst. Linda Mahony knitted a Frosty Mug for Skyler the night before she was born.

MARRIED-Put-in-Bay News reports the marriage of Tony Joyce & Chris Strobel-Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Joyce who were married at the Put-in-Bay St. Paul’s Church on March the 16th 2017. Tony, who works at the Put-in-Bay Utility Dept., and Chris, who is the manager of the Put-in-Bay Senior Center, planned a very small wedding for St. Patrick’s Day before heading out to the St. Patty’s parade in Cleveland and a warm weather honeymoon.

They both live and work on Put-in-Bay so their friends would not hear of a “small” wedding. Tony’s coworkers from the water plant, Chris’s people from the Senior Center and others wanted to surround them on the joyful occasion. The weather wasn’t cooperating so the wedding was moved to St. Patrick’s Day Eve (March 16th) to ensure they would be able to make their flight.

Chris and Tony’s friends decided they needed to have all the trimmings at their wedding so the car was decorated with signs and 10 cans which were heard by Put-in-Bay residences all the way from the church to the dock when they headed off for their honeymoon.

Dave Washtock & Margaret Krob-Best wishes to Dave Washtock and Margaret Krob were married on March 11th in Tombstone, AZ. The couple dressed appropriately for the occasion with Margaret wearing a Little House on the Prairie dress and Dave wearing a cowboy shirt. Among those attending the wedding were locals from the Four Deuces Bar. Dave is one of the owners of Erie Island Carts and Margaret is a nurse (RN, RT & RCT) at University Hospital in Cleveland.

Jamison Charles & Alyssa Wolff-Best wishes to Jamison Charles and Alyssa Wolff who were married on February 28th with close family and friends on Holmes Beach on Anna Maria Island in Florida. Alyssa is the first grade school teacher at Put-in-Bay School and Jamison is a vocalist and guitarist for the Flyin Jays, a popular band that plays at Put-in-Bay. He also works at Put-in-Bay as an electrician.

HONORED The Rev. Richard Wurzel-The St. Joseph Central Catholic Alumni and Friends Association announced the 2017 Heritage Award Recipients. Rev. Richard Wurzel was one of the 2017 honorees. Recipients have touched the lives of those around them through their dedication and involvement in the communities in which they live. Father Wurzel retired in 2008 after serving in several parishes/communities including Our Mother of Sorrows at Put-in-Bay in 1959.

Put-in-Bay News has learned Judge James McMonagle, a longtime Put-in-Bay Island summer resident, was recently recognized as “Lawyer of the Year: Cleveland.” He was selected by peer recognition.

Lisa Brohl-Lisa Brohl was chosen as one of the 39 nominees for this year’s Toledo-area Jefferson Awards which are given by the American Institute for Public Service. Its purpose is to honor individuals for the community and public service.

A new Put-in-Bay ATM was installed in front of the Edgewater Hotel on the main strip. We bet that one will be a bust one come season!


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