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Floyd J. Schwartz

September 25, 1936 - August 5, 2017

Floyd J. Schwartz, 80, of Medina, OH passed away peacefully, Saturday, August 5, 2017 following a brief illness. Floyd was born in Berea, Ohio on September 25, 1936 to the late John and Ester (nee Reutter) Schwartz. He resided in Valley City for the most of his life. Floyd enjoyed his residence at the Medina County Home since 2014. Floyd was a faithful member of Emmanuel United Church of Christ and could be seen volunteering his time and energy during the annual Valley City Street Fair. Floyd was a Valley City icon. He enjoyed bicycling for his transportation and observing nature, and he was regularly seen watching traffic pass by his home. He was a hard-working guy. He first job was with Henry Steck hauling hay to horse customers and then he was a gas attendant for the local filling station in town for many years. Later, he was employed through the Medina County Achievement Center doing various jobs, with special gratitude for the past ten years he worked for Technical Tool & Gauge in Brunswick. Floyd most especially loved word search puzzles, talking to & observing others, enjoying the news & selective detective programs—though definitely NOT a lover of sports. Floyd will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. Survived by his sisters, Betty Milum, of Cleveland and Doris Hochmuth (Robert) of NC, Sister-in-law, Judy Schwartz of Valley City. Nephews and niece. Preceded in death by brothers- Glenn and James Schwartz, brother-in-law, Richard Milum. Funeral Service- 11:00 a.m. Weds. August 9, 2017, at Emmanuel United Church of Christ 6656 Center Road Valley City, OH Rev. Bert. Ambrose, officiating. Burial- Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Valley City, OH Calling hours- 6:00-8:00 PM, Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at the Bauer Funeral Home 2089 Columbia Road Valley City, OH In lieu of flowers- Memorials are suggested to the Medina County Home.

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