Joseph Habermann, 70, Was Business Owner, Loved to Ride Motorcycle and Horses

Recent death notice from Jardine Funeral Home


Joseph F. Habermann

Joseph F. “Szepi” Habermann, 70, of Strongsville, died Feb. 18, 2013 surrounded by family.

Joe was the beloved husband of Michelle “Shelley” Sibila Habermann and father of Michelle “Liz” (deceased) and Joseph R. “Joey” Habermann. He was the son of Joseph, Sr. (deceased) and Margit Habermann; brother of Robert A. (Lori) Habermann and Maria (Robert) Wohner of Englewood, NJ; grandfather of Gemma; brother-in-law to Michael (Laura) Sibila and Douglas (Carrie) Sibila of Canton, Linda (David) Miller of East Sparta, OH, Joni (Todd) Locke of Massillon, OH; uncle of Robi (Annie), Michael, and John (Brandy, wife; Ava, Chase, Karchi, children) Wohner, D.J. Sibila, John, Shaun, Nick, Noah, Sarah and Vivian Miller, Tara and Todd Locke, Helen and Kate Sibila; cousin to Elizabeth (Jim, husband; Jimmy and Michael, children) Silk of Thoms River, NJ, Gabor (Linda,wife; John and Tom, children) Habermann of Flushing, NY, and John (Nancy, wife; Jack and Anna, children) of Cleveland, OH; and beloved friend to many, according to his obituary at Jardine Funeral Home

He was born in Budafok, Hungary and immigrated here with his family, becoming a citizen on Jan. 18, 1991. He was owner of Crown Warehousing and Logistics, Inc., formerly Campus Movers, Inc. of Cleveland, OH. Joe loved to ride his BMW motorcycle cross country, golf, ride his horses on his farm, ski and play tennis.

Funeral arrangements are with Jardine Funeral Home in Strongsville, with a funeral Mass held at St. Joseph Church in Strongsville on Feb. 21, with interment at Strongsville Cemetery. If anyone wishes to make a contribution in his memory, contributions can be made to St. Joseph Church at 12700 Pearl Road in Strongsville, OH 44136-3422 or St. Emeric Church at 1860 West 22nd Street in Cleveland, OH 44113. www.jardinefh.com


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