PAULINE-THOMA-Obituary

PAULINE JUNE THOMA

Fairview Park, Ohio

Jun 30, 1918 – Feb 8, 2015 (Age 96)

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BORN
June 30, 1918
DIED
February 8, 2015
AGE
96
LOCATION
Fairview Park, Ohio

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THOMA PAULINE JUNE THOMA (nee Leonhard), 96, beloved wife of the late Walter, took her last breath Sunday evening, February 8, 2015. Pauline (also known as PJ or Monk) had a 57 year love affair with her career in journalism which began as a reporter for The Cleveland Press at age 17 and ended as...

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During her distinguished career as the transportation and public works reporter for The Plain Dealer, Pauline Thoma played a very important role in creating public awareness of highway, road, and bridge construction projects; RTA train and bus service changes; Metroparks zoo and nature preserve improvements; and the use of federal, state and local funds to keep it all financed. She authored 279 articles just for the Cuyahoga County Engineer's Office, including ten picture pages. For one of...

What a unique and great lady! You will be missed! Kathleen Kirkby

Dear family. We send our condolences. I miss all of you so very much. Wish I was there to share in the celebration of my Aunt Pauline's awesome life. I will treasure all the great memories of her joy, laughter and all the fun we had.

Love always! Sandra Ryan and family

Dear family, We send our condolences. I miss all of you so very much. Wish I was there to share in the celebration of the great life of my Aunt Pauline. I will treasure the memories of her joy, laughter and all the great fun we had.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Pauline made us laugh and added a little bit of her personality to Sunrise Assisted Living. She always greeted us with a smile and "what's going on". She will be missed.

Dear Judy, My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your dear Mother. My Mother crossed over at 91 years on Nov. 4, 1999. I still miss her and understand what you are going though at this time. May God Bless. Harriett Weisenberger Clementson of Placitas, New Mexico