In 2020, Perrysburg Township is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its fire department, which was established in 1960.
Perrysburg Messenger Journal
Perrysburg Schools teachers and instructional staff attended the fifth annual “Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners Conference” at Perrysburg High School 14.
In celebration of Wood County’s 200th anniversary this year, the Wood County Historical Center and Museum unveiled its latest exhibit, Utopia, on February 21. The fills two rooms on the museum’s second floor and features
Daphne Claire Weathersby Schroeder, 87, passed away on February 26, with her family by her side.
Earl N. Witzler, formerly of Waterville, passed away February 28, at Whitehall, Michigan. He had been in declining health for the last several years. He was born in Perrysburg, Ohio, March 5, 1929, a descendant of one of the town’s pioneers, his great-grandfather Peter Witzler. His parents were Norman A. Witzler and Marcena Hobart Witzler, owners of the Witzler Funeral Home at 128 East Front Street until Norman’s death in 1964. The family with six children lived upstairs over the mortuary.