Charlotte Goble

November 05, 1930 ‒ February 27, 2018

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Charlotte Goble, 87, of Mansfield passed away Tuesday morning, February 27, 2018 in Ohio Health Mansfield Hospital following a short illness.

Charlotte was born November 5, 1930 in Ettlingen, Germany the daughter of Albert and Charlotte (Krause) Deger.

Charlotte caught the eye of an American GI, Sam Goble, stationed in Germany, the two began courting and on September 28, 1948 they were married.  Charlotte and Sam celebrated over 64 years of marriage before Sam passed away on June 15, 2013.

Charlotte worked at Dominion Electric, but dedicated most of her time and talents raising her family of three boys.  During that time, she volunteered as a nurse and room mother at the Wooster Heights Elementary School.

She was a member of Faith Baptist Church in Ontario.

Charlotte was a talented seamstress, fashioning many clothes for her family.  She also enjoyed crochet and embroidery, more recently her efforts were focused on making baby blankets for Richland Pregnancy Services as her own ministry.  Charlotte was an excellent cook making some of her German heritage favorites like spaetzel noodles and goulash.  She loved baking Christmas cookies and was sure to prepare each of her family’s favorites year after year.

She is survived by three sons Elmar (Virginia “Ginny”) Goble of Cincinnati, Larry Goble of Mansfield and Terry (Tobi) Goble of Delaware; grandchildren Laurie (Chris) Pitsch, Kristin (Ed) Hunter, Ryan Goble, Justin (Kristen) Goble Schamerloh, Heather Goble, Collin, Bridget, and Cooper Goble, great grandchildren Alex, Carissa, Braden and Elizabeth Pitsch, Evan and Brooklyn Hunter, Levi Lindsay, Kaleb Schamerloh and Dilon Goble.

Along with her parents and husband she was preceded in death by her siblings Erma, Hans, Kurt, Klaus and Christa.

The family will receive friends Friday, March 2, 2018    from 12- 2 pm in the Marion Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where funeral services will follow at 2 pm.  Burial will follow in Mansfield Cemetery.

Memorial contributions to St. Jude Children’s Hospital may be made through the funeral home.

Online condolences to the family may be made by visiting:www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

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  • I am so sorry to hear about great Aunt Charlotte even though I didn’t get to see her often she was a sweet beautiful lady as a child I loved her accent and her laugh my prayers are with you all I’m sorry I can’t make it to her funeral my husband is in the hospital.

    Peace be with you
    Sandy Goble Wadding

  • Dear Elmar & Ginny.
    So sorry to read of your mother’s passing. It was about a month ago I was talking to her in Kroger’s one day. We had a nice visit. I’m so glad I ‘bumped’ into her on that day.
    Please take care,

    Don Eyerly

  • My condolences to the entire Goble family on the passing of Elmar’s mother. Just today, I had viewed a 1957 Christmas photo of the Edwin Boardman Family and saw a picture of Mom beside “Aunt” Ginny. I sent the picture to Mom and she gave me the solemn news.

    Blessings,
    Alyssa (Baith) Squier

    P.S. I was not aware that Elmar’s mother was born in Germany. Our family just, last evening, watched The Darkest Hour movie which was set in England during WWII.

  • Terry, Tobi and all the family,
    We are so sorry about your mom and grandmother. As I’d mentioned more than once, she was always intersting to talk to—and fun! She knew how to have a good time and keep the conversation lively. Her wonderful family is an ongoing tribute to her legacy. Sending many prayers and hugs your way.
    God bless,
    David and Joanie