Carol J. Bixler

June 25, 1943 ‒ July 08, 2015

Gahanna, Ohio
Formerly of Mansfield, Ohio

Carol Bixler passed away Wednesday, July 8, 2015 in Mount Carmel East Hospital in Columbus. She was 72.

She was born June 25, 1943 to parents Dr. Robert & Jane (Skiles) Moffatt in Cleveland, Ohio. After Carol was graduated from Mansfield Senior High School, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Ashland University with the class of 1965.

Carol worked at the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, where she worked for over 30 years until retiring. Carol was a member of Women of the Moose Lodge #1427 in Worthington.

High school sweethearts, Carol and Clay were reunited at a 25th class reunion and married shortly after in 1987. They were happily married for 28 years.

In spare time, she took pleasure in hand making jewelry. Carol never had enough handmade polymer beads. Her last project always inspired the next.  But above all, Carol cherished traveling with Clay all over the US in their motor home.

She is survived by her husband Clay Bixler; sisters Mary Haley and Sally Greiner, and a cousin Charles Skiles

Carol was preceded in death by her parents and a brother Dr. Jeffrey Moffatt.

A graveside service will be held in Mount Hope Cemetery near Shiloh at 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 16, 2015.

For contributions in her memory, make checks payable to the Smile Train and bring or send to the funeral home: P.O. Box 3085, Mansfield, Ohio 44904.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Carol’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • To the family, we are very sorry for your loss and would like to extend our condolences. May you find comfort in God’s Word which promises, “he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” (Revelation 21:4)

  • Dear Clay, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Carol had a strong bright spirit. I remember her as a warm person who seemed to fit in anywhere. She loved creating and designing jewelry and being with you.