Ann E. Salyer Hindman Ralph

June 23, 1964 ‒ June 18, 2021

Marion, Ohio

Ann E. Salyer Hindman Ralph, age 56, of Marion, died on Friday, June 18, 2021.

On June 23, 1964, Ann was born in Marion, Ohio, the daughter of Mary (O’Dea) Salyer Weston and the late Stephen Salyer.  She graduated from Marion Catholic High School in the class of 1982, and earned her medical laboratory technician certification from Marion Technical College.

Ann worked as a medical laboratory technician at the Smith Clinic in Marion, and later at Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware.

Over the years, Ann taught herself to be a great cook.  She always loved to try new recipes, and her dishes often became the highlight of the family get togethers. She was the easiest to please at dinner table though, because all she ever needed was a good plate of mashed potatoes and gravy.  She had a green thumb, always growing her own vegetables in her garden.  She also enjoyed playing cards with her family, and binge watching new shows on Netflix.

Ann overflowed with love for her son and four grandchildren.  She loved doing whatever they wanted to do, always going the extra mile to make their time together feel special.  She was an especially great story teller, using the perfect voice to keep the kids on the edge of their seats.  She also became an animal lover, and was the family’s designated animal sitter whenever they left town.

Such a hoot to be around, Ann was so funny!  She had a silly and light hearted personality, and her family will forever cherish all the laughs they had with her.

She will be missed by her husband, Tom Ralph; son, Brennen (Natalie) Hindman; four grandchildren: Silas, Falynn, Maverick, and Slade Hindman; her mother, Mary Weston; two step-daughters: Kari (Jeremy) Fout, and Jadrian (Corey) Hale; five step-grandchildren; five siblings: Steve Salyer, Julie (Rick) Atkinson, Katie (Jon) Benson, Meg (Rodney) Knickel, and Tom (Lindsay) Weston; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Her family will greet friends from 4 – 7 pm on Thursday, June 24, 2021, at the Snyder Funeral Homes, GUNDER/HALL Chapel, 347 W. Center St., Marion. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am on Friday, at St. Mary Catholic Church, 251 N. Main St., Marion, with Father Kyle Tennant officiating.  Burial will follow in Marion Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Marion Area Humane Society, 2264 Richland Rd, Marion, OH 43302.

Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel, are honored to serve Ann’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Tom Ralph and family I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all of you.

  • For Tom, Jadrian and Kari, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Praying for all of you. I’m so sorry. May God grant you peace and may you be kept warm with memories.

  • Prayers for Tom and his girls and all their grandchildren.. So sorry for your loss.

  • Mary and family, Bob and I are saddened to hear of Ann’s passing. Our deepest sympathy, love and prayers is with you and your entire family.

    • Dear Bob and Diane thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I am so sad and my heart is aching for my Annie. I know she is at peace and is with Mom and Dad with no worries. Thank you for caring. Tell the boys I said hi!!

  • Sympathy being extended to Ann’s family at this difficult time. I will offer prayer for you and trust that God will send comfort and the “peace that passes all understanding.”

  • Sympathy to Ann’s family. As well as Tom Ralph an family. Ann let your light shine. Sandy

  • So very sorry Our condolences to all the family. May God bless you all and comfort you. Love to all of you. Rob, Trish , Jay and Faith Reid

  • Our condolences to all of Ann’s family. May God Bless you all and may you find comfort in him during this difficult time. Love to you all – Matt, Whitney, Emily, Madi, Hunter & Hesten Blankenship

  • Dear Mary, Steve, Julie, Katie, Meg, Tom and families, and Ann’s family, I am heartbroken to hear of Ann’s passing. While I didn’t know her well, the Salyer family is a work of beauty. I cherish the days of Colonial Acres and sending time with you all. The love your have for each other is evident in everything you do. May you hold tight to her memory and know friends and family are praying for you.
    My Sincere Condolences,

  • I am so very sorry to hear about Ann’s passing. I think I am in shock, to be honest. We worked at Grady together for years. She was my Annie-Bannanie, and we had some great times, and there are many stories that are still being being told. Rest in peace Annie-Bannanie.

  • Words cannot describe the shock of this enormous loss. I pray for God to sustain her family in this very difficult time.
    Sally Hindman-McCormick

  • I am extremely saddened to see this!! My heart goes out to all of you!! Being neighbors to my Aunt and Uncle everyone was very close, you have so much love and always kept your family together. I am so very very sorry I can’t even imagine going through this. May God give you all strength to get through this. Love, Kimmie Hall aka Petrovski

  • So sorry for your loss. Ann was a very sweet person. May God comfort each of you during the difficult time.

  • My heart is broken to the news of annie. Im so sorry. And my prayers go out to her family. I have so many great memories of Annie . Memories that will always be in my heart. I will miss you

  • We are sending our deepest condolences to all of the family of Ann.
    Our families grew up together and are alumni of Marion Catholic High School starting with our mothers class of 1960, Mary O’Dea and Joanna Britz-Sanders.
    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    MaryBeth Sanders-Caldwell (‘83)
    Joanna Britz-Sanders (‘60)
    Matt Sanders (‘81)
    Mark Sanders (‘80)

  • I am so sorry to hear about Ann. I worked with her shortly at Smith Clinic and Grady. May God bless you with warm memories of Ann.

  • To Ann’s family,
    Ann was such a sweetheart and so much fun to work with. What a loss for everyone.

  • Rest In Peace old friend. You were beautiful inside and out. Bright, funny and
    mischievous. We. had many wonderful years working in the lab. My thoughts
    are with your family and friends who have lost you way too soon.