Ann F. Baughman

I was a resident in God's world from December 31, 1919 until Wednesday, March 29, 2017 . I have been blessed, but it is time to move on. As a single mom I raised one son, David and four daughters, Janice Ross, Janet Baughman, Rebecca Marro, and Brenda Baughman. I was employed for over forty-two years and eight months for A.T.C and Metro Transit as a city bus driver. I retired in 1985 at the age of 65. I moved to Barberton from Kenmore and was a member of St. Cyril and Methodius Church and now attend Prince of Peace Church. I survived my parents Mary and George Sepelak, five brothers Peter, George, Leonard, Edward and William, sisters Betty and Delores also grandchildren Mark Wine and Christine Riley. I have five beautiful grandchildren Brian Wine, Dyanna Rodriguez, Melanie Uralde, Janessa, Hannah, and Jordan Muraco. I was also blessed with three great-grandchildren Carys and Macyn Wine, and Emelia Uralde. I was raised during the depression era, which prompted me to be frugal over the years in many ways. This taught me that what is important in life is the love of family and friends and not the material things. I have now moved into another world. I will wait and God will decide if I will be in one of His many mansions. If in my lifetime I have hurt or offended anyone I ask for forgiveness. I would also like to offer up a huge thank you to my family and my many friends who helped me during my times of physical needs. God Bless everyone who has passed through my life, I have enjoyed each and every one of you. It is my wish to have no calling hours. However, there will be a memorial service for my family at a later date. (Anthony, AKRON)