Anita Kay Albright

March 10, 1951 ‒ September 15, 2021

Marion, Ohio

Anita Kay Albright, loving known as Mouse by her family, died unexpectedly Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at Riverside Hospital following complications from a stroke. Anita was 70 years old and lived in Marion.

Anita was born, the youngest of six, in Martin, Kentucky on March 10, 1951 to the late Walker and Annie (Hamilton) Moore-Johnson.  Anita graduated from McDowell High School in 1969.

Anita lived the majority of her adult life in Marion and worked for more than 30 years at Wyandot Popcorn.  Having a servant’s heart, she dedicated her life to Genesis Church in Marion. She spent countless hours helping in the nursery and made sure the church was always spotless.  She loved attending Bible Study or any Church gathering.

Anita always provided for others.  She cared for her sisters while they were ill and was a caregiver for her nephew, J Christopher “Chris” McCloud.  Additionally she made sure her husband Danny Albright Sr., whom she married March 25, 2005, had everything he needed.

Days spent with her daughters were a must; any chance the three had to go shopping and lunch in Columbus was sure to include laughter, love and a good bargain.  In Anita’s free time, she spent time in her flower beds and vegetable garden and put together puzzles.

Anita will be missed by her husband, Danny Albright Sr., of Marion; daughters, Donna (Shane) Thacker of Marion and Annie (Chad) Stevens of Columbus; step-children, Eric Albright, Danny (Ruth) Albright Jr., and Angie (Shon) Albright Swartz; grandchildren,  Kaitlyn (Chris) LeBlanc, Kendrah (Kole) Guthrie,  Allison Lewis, Victoria Albright, Shona Swartz, Taylor Swartz, Darrien Albright, Hayden Albright, Zack Albright, and Aubrey Elswick; great-grandchildren, Christopher, Kayleigh, Kage, James, Blake, Sylvia, Kinslee, Brantlee, and Paislee; brothers, Clinton “Deaner” Moore and Danny “Scooter” Moore; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Anita was preceded in death by sisters, Rosalie “Purby” McCloud and Connie “Tinker” Haskell and brother, Harold Gene.

A funeral will be held at Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 4 pm with Pastor Keith Irey officiating.  Calling hours will follow the funeral until 7 pm. Burial will take place 10 am Thursday, September 23, 2021 at Glen Rest Cemetery in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Anita’s honor to Genesis Church of Marion to further their ministries.

Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to serve Anita’s family.  Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • My love and prayers are with you during this time of loss. Anita was one of my dearest childhood friends. We started and finished school together. I spent many nights with Anita and the family while I was growing up. I loved Annie’s feather beds. Anita was a loyal friend. Even tho our lives took us in separate directions, we connected again on fb. She was a beautiful caring loving friend and I’m sure a wonderful loving mother, wife, and grandmother. God bless you all!!

  • Worked with Anita first at Kings Dept Store. She was always the same smiling friendly likeable lady. Always there to help someone if she could. She will be missed by all that knew her.

  • She was the most kind and loving woman who everyone loved and wyandot some of us called her momma I did she was like my family. And don’t think I ever seen her without a smile. She will be missed.but now she is in God’s arms he will hug her tight till we can see her again sending love to Dan aka dad .

  • I am go to miss this lady she was a great person to know. She also had a smile. Rip my friend my god blessed you and gave peace to the family

  • Prayers going out to comfort this wonderful woman’s family, I learned so much about life while working with Anita, always telling me, little girl you never know what life will bring, telling me about her experience with Christ. Rest easy my sister in Christ. You will be missed.💔🙏🏼

  • She was a very lovely lady and made me feel welcomed when I worked with her at Wyandot. She will be missed by many.

  • Donna Thacker and Family my the Peace of our Lord resignate in your hearts during this sorrowful time! I took the passing of Anita so hard that I cried like a baby for hours! She was such a beautiful person inside and out. I now know where you get your infectious laugh and awesome smile, you are such a beautiful image of your mom! Please feel free to reach out if you are in need of anything at all, the Rinehart’s are here for you. Love in Christ, Diane, Aaron and granny!

  • Donna and Annie your mom was one of a kind. She was a fantastic woman. Mouse I will miss you and that lovely smile of yours. Ican only saw “Wow”.

  • My deepest condolences to Dan and the rest of Anita’s family. May your many wonderful memories with Anita help to soften the pain of your loss. I know many of your friends from Wyandot are saddened by this news and are thinking and praying for the entire Albright family. God bless.

  • In Loving Memory:
    Your memory we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you Never
    Your loving Cousins
    Barbara Parrott and Brenda Rice

  • Prayers go out to the family she was a beautiful woman nice as can be and made one heck of a good fruit cake I’m going to miss her

  • I worked with Anita at Wyandot Snacks and she was a wonderful and caring person. She often prayed with me when my son went to Desert Storm. Sending prayers to Dan and the family!

  • My heartfelt condolences to Dan, daughters & family. My husband & I both worked with Anita for 20+ yrs. She was a beautiful person, inside & out! My locker was beside hers so her beautiful smile was what I saw 1st thing of a morning! She was never without that smile no matter the day! She had an enormous giving heart! Every Christmas she made a huge array of candies & fudge & brought to work to share with all her teammates! What a generous heart she had! There were hard & long hrs that went into that, a lot of ingredients, stirring & making it a perfect treat for all of us to enjoy! It’s not easy to stir & perfect a good batch of candies let alone the quantity she made! She had a sense of humor that made one crack up at but yet an innocent giggle out of her! She was an “exceptional ” person & was very respected & loved by many! She will certainly be missed but there will come the day her & I will meet again as we both shared our love for Christ! Many prayers for all the family! 🙏

  • Prayers go out to the family. Anita was a dear person loved working with her she will be greatly missed by all