HOWLAND — Walter Dale Wogan, 89, handed away peacefully together with his household by his aspect on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021, at 3:23 a.m., at Shepherd of the Valley, Howland.

Dale, as he was recognized to household and buddies, was born Jan. 11, 1932, in Niles, to Walter David and Pearl Edna Seem Wogan. Dale was a 1950 graduate of Niles McKinley High School, the place he met the love of his life, Thelma Jean Coates Wogan. Dale and Thelma have been married Dec. 26, 1955; they usually loved 61 years collectively, previous to her passing Sept. 11, 2017.

Dale served within the Navy on the USS Oriskany throughout the Korean conflict, starting in 1951. He achieved the rank of Chief Petty Officer first-class previous to his honorable discharge in 1956. Following his navy service, Dale labored for greater than 36 years at Republic Steel / LTV Steel / Warren Consolidated Industries. He loved a rewarding profession there, ultimately turning into a normal foreman, normal supervisor and assistant superintendent. He actually cared about these he labored with and made many lasting friendships over time.

As an avid Ohio sports activities fan, Dale loved watching the Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Indians. When not cheering on his favourite sports activities groups, he loved studying, gardening and all-around tinkering. With his spouse, Thelma, they have been recognized to host many gatherings and journey typically to go to household and expertise memorable holidays.

He cherished the Lord and loved assembly and connecting with new individuals. Dale was extraordinarily happy with his kids and grandchildren and at all times supported their ambitions and goals. He was additionally a deeply caring one that at all times helped others in any manner he may. He will probably be remembered by many for his acts of kindness, generosity and loving coronary heart.

Dale is survived by his kids, Sandra Ashe (Steven) of Carlisle, Pa. and Thomas Wogan (Kelly) of Nashport, Ohio. He additionally leaves behind his niece, Debra Grim (Gary) of Vienna, who was like a daughter to him; grandchildren, John T. Ashe (Aubrea) of Charlotte, N.C., Sarah J. Sammons (Jonathon) of Navarre, Fla., Kyle Harman (Ashley) of Mantua, Kirstie Harman of Nashport, Ohio and Kaylin White (Cody) of Suffolk, Va.; and great-grandchildren, Finnley, Presley and Kennedy.

In addition to his spouse and fogeys, Dale was preceded in loss of life by his grandson, Thomas Richard Wogan; daughter-in-law, April Ann Mazarik Wogan; his sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy and George Williamson; niece, Karen Williamson Lamp; and sister-in-law, Alice Marie Coates Border.

Calling hours will probably be held Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, at Lane Roberts-Clark Funeral Home, from 4 to six p.m. The funeral service will happen Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at 11 a.m. at Lane Roberts-Clark Funeral Home, 180 Garfield Drive NE, Warren, Ohio. All are welcome to attend and have a good time Dale’s life.

In lieu of flowers, the household requests donations, in Dale’s reminiscence, be made to Crossroads Hospice Charitable Foundation, 9775 Rockside Road, Suite 270, Valley View, Ohio 44125 or The American Legion Howland Post 700, 8273 High St. NE, Warren, Ohio 44484.

Condolences may be despatched to www.lanefuneral properties.com.

The household want to thank the nurses, caregivers and employees of Shepherd of the Valley Howland and Crossroads Hospice, for his or her wonderful care and compassion.

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