22. The case is unusual because Elizabeth “Beth” Kurish, who was alone in Columbus, had parked her car in a northbound rest area and probably was struck in the southbound lanes after she had walked across the median to a southbound rest area. Kurish, a longtime registered nurse from Lorain, was remembered at her funeral Friday as a cheerful, compassionate and dedicated 30-year employee who worked recently in the emergency room at University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center. One of seven children, Kurish was taught by her mother, also a nurse, to serve others, said her sister Denise Boisvenue, 62. hop over to this site“My mom instilled in all of us a loving, caring compassion … to do what the Lord did for people,” said Boisvenue, a Florida resident visiting for the funeral. find more informationThe State Highway Patrol hopes to solve two mysteries. “Ultimately, you want to find the vehicle that struck her and left the scene,” said patrol Lt. Robert Sellers.
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