Norwalk, OH – Kory Tubbs, a longtime resident of Norwalk, a City in Ohio, sadly passed away after committing suicide recently. The news of Kory’s death was announced by his brother Kraig Tubbs, the owner of Elite Aerial who resides in Omaha, Nebraska, on Thursday, February 23, 2023. Kraig released a statement on Facebook following his brother’s death. He wrote, “So…I can just about say that I never post. I just need to let those that care know my brother Kory took his own life the other day. If you see this please pray for his wife and his two wonderful girls. Too sad to say much more.”
The reason why Kory Tubbs took his own life is currently unknown to the public as it was not released by Kraig. We send our sympathies to Kory Tubbs’s family and friends during this trying time.
Funeral arrangements will be officially released by the family.
Norwalk is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Huron County. The population was 17,012 at the 2010 census. The city is the center of the Norwalk Micropolitan Statistical Area and part of the Cleveland-Akron-Canton Combined Statistical Area. Norwalk is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) south of Lake Erie, 51 miles (82 km) west/southwest of Cleveland, 59 miles (95 km) southeast of Toledo, and 58 miles (93 km) west/northwest of Akron.
On July 11, 1779, Norwalk, Connecticut, was burned by the British Tories under Lieutenant General Tryon. A committee of the General Assembly estimated the losses to the inhabitants at $116,238.66. Later, the federal government gave an area in the Western Reserve of Ohio as compensation for those established losses.
On May 30, 1800, the United States ceded the land titles to the “fire sufferers” and the representatives of the Reserve transferred the political jurisdiction to the general government. The Indian title was extinguished by treaty on July 4, 1805, on payment of $18,916.67; and in 1806, 13 men arrived to make the first survey of the Firelands.
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