Mr. James Richard Tober, age 70, was glorified in his home on Pawley’s Island, SC on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 with his beloved wife Bonnie by his side. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 1, 1946, to the late Mr. Raymond Tober and the late Mrs. Jane Magee Tober.
Mr. Tober was employed by Erie Copper Works in Medina, Ohio, where he was Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing for over 44 years. Jim had been an avid golfer all of his life. He enjoyed riding his Harley, enjoyed the ocean, reading, studying Scripture with his spiritual partners and mentors, Q2C, Jim and Faith Chosa. His favorite scripture was Jeremiah 31:31-35.
James is survived by: his wife of 14 years, Bonnie (Oslosky – Barrowcliff) Tober ; His children, Todd (& Kimi) Tober, Tim (& Melissa) Tober, Tara Tober, Jesse (& Brandie) Barrowcliff, and Andrew (& Rachel) Barrowcliff ; his sister, Sharon (& Jim) Laut ; his brother, Daniel (& Barbara) Tober ; and his grandchildren, William, Elli, Charlotte, Penelope, Grace, Hadley, Reese, Rowan, Macie Jae, and Quinn.
To honor Jim’s wishes, his arrangements will be Private.
His request was for everyone to “Remember Me as I Was”.
Those who wish may view the obituary and sign the online guestbook at: www.burroughsfh.com
Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services are assisting the Tober family with the arrangements. 843-651-1440
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Submitted by jojo hole on Aug 17 2017 12:46:25 AM
I always enjoyed Jim. He had a great sense of humor, and a good mind. I do not know Bonnie well, but she was a positive factor in Jims life. Best wishes Roger Ingraham
Submitted by Roger Ingraham on Aug 12 2017 05:33:22 PM
Bonnie, so sorry to hear the news about Jim in The Gazette. I really got to know you two up at the NORCC in Brook Park. Jim was always funny and so positive even on some of those dreary winter morning drives up from Medina. Sending positive thoughts and prayers to you and your family during these trying times.
Submitted by Chip Comes on Aug 3 2017 11:42:13 AM
Dear Bonnie & family, We are very sorry to read of your great loss to your loved one. May God be with you always, Sincerely, Owen & Judy Yoder We hope we can cross paths in the near future; we'd love to visit with you. Love always.
Submitted by Judy A. Yoder on Aug 3 2017 10:48:20 AM
Always enjoyed hearing his comments on the weekly calls. We will all see him again in glory.
Submitted by Mike Tavolaro on Aug 2 2017 04:48:52 PM
Jim truly was good-natured, happy and fun, (except sometimes on the golf course!) FYI- the Jeremiah verse has to do with having God in one's life, which I believe happened in Jim's life. Gary Hetrick
Submitted by Gary Hetrick on Aug 2 2017 01:46:44 PM
that We knew Jim for many years at Chippewa Lake, Ohio. He was great fun, very special and never dull. No doubt he is golfing at that Golf Club in the Sky! He was loved, and he will be missed. Love to all in the family...Lynda & Bob Frechette
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