Elizabeth Hutchinson

Obituary of Elizabeth Evelyn Hutchinson

Elizabeth Evelyn (Eridon) Hutchinson of Mentor Ohio passed away peacefully at home on June 10, 2021. She was born June 19, 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio. She was the youngest of five sisters (Emilia, Eugenia, Eleanora, Elsiana) and born to Fira and John Eridon who were Romanian immigrants. She loved growing up on a farm with all of their farm animals, eating fruit off of their fruit trees, running through their vegetable gardens, and eating all the delicious food her mom prepared that they raised themselves. She had so many wonderful adventures playing there. She graduated from Euclid High School in 1950. It was the first graduating class from that High School. There was a description by her senior picture that said “And a beauty appears through the mist”. She loved Euclid Beach Park. After graduation she moved to New York to do modeling. She came back to Ohio and was married and had four children. Rex L., Laura J. (David L. Post Jr.) Sherwood, Dale A. (Neena), and Dawn A. (Patrick) Davis. Everyone called her Libby, she was an avid walker and attended many “Mentor Walks”. Her favorite parks were Mentor Lagoons and Veteran’s Park. She collected many treasurers on Lake Erie beaches from beach glass to beach pottery and brick. She was a HUGE Cleveland Indians fan, Jeopardy, Wheel of Furtune, reading, puzzles, and her family. She has 13 grandchildren, Jack, Rhonda, David III, Aaron, Melanie, Dale Jr., Duncan, Dalton, Logan, Quin, Ryan, Shawn, Brendan. She has 8 great grandchildren, Dylan, Bryanna, Collin, Connor, Skylar, Axel, Alex, Rylan. She was preceded in death by her siblings, Eugenia, Eleanora, Elsiana , and her grandson David III. There will be a celebration of life for Libby for a later date.
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