Joseph Pohlod

Mogadore, Ohio


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My life on earth is over and I'm resting in the arms of Jesus. I am surrounded by the loved ones who have gone before me. I remember. . . . .I was born December 9, 1919 to Michael and Maria (Harcar) Pohlod in Akron, Ohio. I had a brother, Michael and a sister, Mary (Sadler), who both preceded me...

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I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one. It's never easy. My maternal grandmother was married to a pharmacist named Lou/Louis Sadler sometime in the early 1900's. Any chance Mary Sadler was a relative? I'm researching my Genealogy. Thank you. Genia Stephenson: [email protected]

Just happened to be reading the ABJ obituaries this morning and read of Uncle Joe's passing.We send you our deepest sympathy in the loss of Joe.He was a wonderful man. May you find peace knowing he is with our savior now and hope you are doing OK.Our Sincere Sympathy,

He was such a dear, sweet man who sure fought hard till the very end. Carol, you were so good and loving to him as he was to you and I only hope I could ever be the kind of wife you were to Joe, My Sincere Sympathy, Sue Andreas

Our thoughts are with the family and friends at this time.

My deepest sympathy at the passing of Joe. He was a great man. I pray that God's peace comforts you during this time.

~ Patti Sailer (SJLC Tuesday Morning Bible Study)

Dear Carol :
I will see you soon. I hope you are doing OK. I know it will be hard for you without Dad. You were together for 45 years and that is a real blessing. Take care.

Lynn, Dusty, & Blessed Jackie

We praise God for the life and service of our veteran. May he rest in peace in the arms of our Lord as a grateful nation mourns.
Michele N. Sandridge, Chaplain
American Legion Auxiliary
Department of Ohio

I did not know Mr. Pohlod but wanted to comment on the beautiful and touching obituary.

Mrs. Pohlod,

Please accept my sincere sympathy to you and your family. It was a privilege to participate in your husband's care.