Alex Chismar 1924-2021 | Information, Sports activities, Jobs
CANFIELD – Alex Chismar was greeted in heaven on the morning of Friday, March 12, 2021 by Carol, his loving spouse of 70 years and grandson, Brad Blakeman. He was 96 years outdated.
Alex was born on November 21, 1924 in Youngstown to John and Catherine Parimucha Chismar. He spent his youthful years along with his many cousins and his massive household within the area.
Alex married his spouse, Carol Basinger of Columbiana, in 1948, and constructed their dwelling in Greenford, the place they raised their three youngsters and plenty of grandchildren.
Alex labored as a carpenter, constructing many houses within the Canfield and Austintown areas along with his cousin, Steve Parry. He additionally labored as a hairdresser and on the GE lamp manufacturing facility, earlier than his retirement in 1985.
He was a member of the Greenford Ruritan membership for over 40 years. Alex had excessive expectations however a beneficiant coronary heart and was at all times there when wanted. He beloved gardening, making picket crafts, cooking along with his spouse, and beating all of his household at playing cards and laughing whereas doing it.
He leaves behind to have fun a good looking and lengthy life, his youngsters, Edward (Kris) of Greenford and his youngsters, Steve (Meaghan), Randy (Laura), Aby (Larry) and Jed; Alice Chismar of Greenford and her son, Chad (Lyndsey) Blakeman; and Kevin (LeeAnn) Chismar of Salem and their youngsters, Jake and Derek Chismar. He additionally leaves behind 13 great-grandchildren and one brother, Paul (Carol) Stepuk of Canfield; and its many caregivers.
Providers might be held on the Locust Grove Baptist Church on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. Visitations might be from 10 am to 11 am, adopted by a funeral service at 11 am, with Pastor Robert Noble officiating.
Alex might be buried, subsequent to his spouse, in Locust Grove cemetery.
To go away your condolences to the household, go to www.lane funeralhomes.com