Grace V. Baeppler

March 10, 1919 ‒ March 08, 2015

Sunbury, Ohio

Grace V. Baeppler, age 95 of Sunbury, Passed away Sunday morning March 8, 2015 at Willow Brook Christian Village in Delaware.

She was born on March 10, 1919 in St Louis, MO. to the late Grover and Agnes (Wild) Hutchins. She was a homemaker and during WWII worked as a “Rosie the Riveter” building airplanes. She attended the Calvary Bible Baptist Church in Westerville and had lived in the Sunbury area for the past 35 years.

Grace was a former member of the Sunbury Garden Club and enjoyed gardening at her home. Grace loved dogs and always had a dog around the house. She enjoyed camping, playing Canasta, and her “million dollar view” from her home over the countryside.

She is survived by son: Greg (Marilyn) Baeppler of Bay Village, Bob (Geri) Baeppler of Sunbury; grandchildren: Paul, Matt, Chris, Melissa, Christina, Robby; great grandchildren: Katherine, Kristin, Jack, Sara, Luke, Michael.

Private Memorial Services for the family will be held at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, Sunbury.

As a tribute to Grace the family asks that you spend time with your family in memory of her.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Baeppler family and condolences may be expressed at

  • Geri, I have missed you bringing sweet Grace into the salon. She was such a nice lady, and I miss seeing her. Take care and I will pray for her family. Linda

  • I met Grace in 1977 when we lived on Greenbrier Rd. She was a precious lady! Always a lady. She loved her Family sooo much and, of course, her dogs. She had a wonderful and long life. Geri, you were a WONDERFUL Daughter-In-Law. My love, Monna Kuhn

    • Thanks Monna, We were talking about you all. Mom living on the porch you and Jack built.

      Thank you for your condolences.

  • Greg and Family,
    It is very hard to loose a Mother. Just know she will always be with you in you heart.

    God Speed Grace

    Sherri Griffith

  • To Bob & Greg Baeppler –
    We are sorry for your loss.
    May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.
    May your memories of Gracie give you strength.
    Long before she moved to Sunbury I remember fondly her chasing & scolding Scarlet at your home in Westlake.
    Our thoughts are with you and your families.
    Bill & Bonnie Given

  • Bob,

    I have wonderful memories of your mother as we grew up together in Westlake. She was so supportive of our duck hunting addiction and made some great lunches we enjoyed together in our blind. Most of all, her love for her family and her pets has left an everlasting impression on me.

    Please accept my deepest condolences. I lost both my parents several years ago and it definitely leaves a hole in your heart, but you’ll be amazed at the wonderful memories that come to surface that you will carry with you forever!

    May Grace rest in peace. Our thoughts are with you and your family

    Jim & Bonnie Schafer

  • Your loved one lived a long and fulfilling life. May you look towards the time when you will have the opportunity to be reunited with “GRACE” in the future, by means of the resurrection hope promised at (John 11:35-44). At that time,she will never say again, “I am sick”.(Isaiah 33:24) Please, look towards that hope. I’m sorry for your loss.