Iphigenia “Effie” Planinc

March 29, 1935 - February 9, 2021
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“Together Again” Iphigenia “Effie” Planinc, of Chardon, Ohio, passed away on February 9, 2021 at her home. Effie was born March 29, 1935 in Cleveland, Ohio, to John and Stamatoula “Toula” Bymakos. She was the loving wife of Thomas L. Planinc.  They were married September of 1957.  He preceded her in death on August 20,Continue Reading

Barbara Kuchar Walsh left a message on June 20, 2021:
Rest in peace Godmother- Effie. I have fond memories of you when I was little.
Karl O. Smith left a message on May 3, 2021:
I met Effie when she came to Collinwood for Jr. High School. She was a good friend of my future wife Judy Speidel. Our group shared dances, skating at Euclid Beach, YMCA camps and many high school activities. Effie introduced us to a Greek wedding when one of her sisters was married. Effie was an organizer and served on many reunion committees. When her husband Tom passed away Effie graciously introduced us to the younger members of her family. They treated us with great kindness. When my wife Judy passed away one of the first calls I received was from Effie. With great sympathy, Karl Smith
Mary Ann Szeredy left a message on February 21, 2021:
I will miss my partner in crime. We had so much fun planning our Fourth of July Parade. And, of course, the play you orchestrated was a blast! We also got our American Flag 🇺🇸. I will treasure our friendship and the sharing of our Thrift Store finds. RIP dear Effie.
Cookie Loczy left a message on February 18, 2021:
Effie you will be missed. I loved texting you pictures of my GSP! You and my mom had so much fun together at the apartments. I loved hearing about the Effie and Mary Ann stories! Amazing how you and my family had so many ties, but never met until the move to Chardon. Great memories.🥰 RIP Cookie Loczy
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