Tom Kuns, seated right, and his brother Gary, left, were close in age as well as close friends. Behind them are their wives, Mary and Peggy.
Brothers Gary and Tom Kuns, pictured on vacation in North Carolina.
Tom Kuns around age 1.
Tom Kuns graduated from Clyde High School in 1960.
Tom Kuns coaxed this red geranium, pictured on his back porch, to bloom year round for approximately 15 years.
Peggy and Tom Kuns with one of their grandchildren at Christmas 2007.
Tom Kuns has his clippers ready to give his grandson Will a haircut in the kitchen.
Tom Kuns made sure the heads of all of his grandkids were well-groomed. Here he is shown cutting his grandson Michael's hair.
Kuns family portrait from late 1940s: Back row from the left are Joyce, Roger, Beverly, Ordean (mother) and Dale (father) holding Steve; First row from the left are Kate, Gary,Tom and Dick.
Tom Kuns, known for having a "green thumb," shows off his sunflowers.
Tom Kuns served in the Ohio National Guard in the 1960s.
Peggy Collins married Tom Kuns on Aug. 21, 1965, at Immaculate Conception Church in Bellevue, Ohio.
From the left, Tom Kuns, his sister Kate, mother Ordean and brothers Dick and Gary sat long enough to be photographed at Tom's grandfather's farm on Ohio Route 101 south of Clyde, Ohio, in the 1940s.
Tom Kuns owned Tom's Barber Shop at 112 8th St., Lorain, for more than 40 years.
Tom Kuns in the 1950s.
Tom Kuns, left, seated next to his wife, Peggy, often socialized with his brother Gary, right, and his wife, Mary, looking over Tom and Peggy's shoulders.
Tom Kuns served as a cook in the Army's National Guard.
Tom Kuns, wearing black and white and standing next to the Christmas tree, is pictured with his siblings and their spouses.
Tom and Peggy Kuns, the couple on the left, are pictured with Tom's siblings and their spouses.
Tom Kuns gives his grandson Ryan his first haircut at Tom's Barber Shop in Lorain.
Tom Kuns hams it up at the cannon at Lakeview Park with his grandkids Allie and Michael.
Tom and Peggy Kuns.
Peggy and Tom Kuns with some of their grandchildren at Christmas.