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Allen A. Aungst

Allen A. Aungst; Nov. 12, 1940 – August 30, 2020

Devoted husband of Judith Grigas Aungst for 35 years, the “Love of my LIfe” and “Executive Chef”. He was born in Canton, Ohio to Ollie (Corusy) Aungst and Paul Luther Aungst. He is survived by his Aunt Kate.
He loved his family most of all and was a gentle and always caring father to Dean Aungst (Jackie), Denise Herrod (Sam) and Dana Medina (Dave)
A cherished grandfather to Brian Aungst (Melissa), Sarah Huffstetler (Houston), Greggory Clark (Chelsea), Dean Aungst Jr. (Camie), Kaylee and Michael Herrod. Great grandfather to Bryce and McKenna Huffstetler. Brother of Bill Aungst (deceased), Rene Cahoon (Larry) and Wes Kuhlins (Cheri). Uncle to Sam and Christian Cahoon and Jeff Kuhlins (Laurie), Erica Aungst and Allen Aungst, and Lauren and Justin Mang. Great Uncle to Wesley, Marshall, Mason and Makayla. Cousin to Jim Mang {deceased), Greg Mang (Peggy), Cheryl Mang (Jojo), Jeff Mang (Angie), Pat Horowitz (Bob), Donna Roesink (Martin) and Cindy Leise.
Al attended Gibbs Elementary School and graduated from Canton McKinley High School. He graduated from Kent State University in Accountancy and received two Masters’ degrees from Central Michigan University in Industrial Management and an MBA from John Carroll University. A long-time member and trustee of Solon United Methodist Church. He was a 34-year Playhouse Square Volunteer and a Head Usher and also an avid golfer “who never met a course he didn’t like”. He was active in the Solon Jaycees, and Treasurer of the Solon High School Marching Band at one time. Al loved traveling the world with his wife, family and friends. He was a former Chrysler Twinsburg Stamping Plant Budget Supervisor, and active in their Junior Achievement program and the Salary Club. He also arranged vehicles for Twinsburg’s Twins Day for many years. As an entrepreneur, he owned and operated several small businesses.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. The family suggests donations to Cleveland Clinic Hospice.

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