Lottie Jane Worley

June 16, 1930 ‒ April 01, 2019

Lexington, Ohio

LEXINGTON: Lottie Jane Worley, 88, of Lexington passed away Monday, April 1, 2019 in OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital following an extended illness.

The daughter of William and Mae (Volz) Hoverstick, Lottie was born June 16, 1930 in Lexington and graduated from Lexington High School in 1948.

Lottie married Richard P. Worley on June 4, 1948.  She retired from Lexington Court in 1994.  Lottie enjoyed crocheting, knitting and gardening.  She cheered for the Cleveland Indians and Browns.

Lottie was a lifelong member of Lexington First Congregational Church where she was an organist and was a member of the women’s fellowship.

She is survived by her children Richard (Linda) Worley of Johnsville, Jeffrey (Jean) Worley of Lexington, Susan (Peter) Dumpis of Woodstock, Georgia, and Martin (Karen) Worley of Lexington; grandchildren Jennifer (Jason) Champion, Kyle (Sarah) Worley, Kristina (Lee) Mertins, Steven (Venus) Worley, Jessica (Nathan) Kiger, Rebecca (Mark) Terry, Karie (Josh) Whitaker, Brittany (Evan) Hill, and Collin Griebling; as well as 14 great grandchildren.

Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Richard Worley; son Douglas Worley; siblings Annabelle Prosser, Marie Underwood, Ruth Payne.

Private graveside services will be held in Lexington Cemetery.  Pastor Dave Smith will officiate.  The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home is assisting the family with services.

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  • Condolence and prayers for Lottie’s family. Always enjoyed attending services with Lottie and Dick at the First Congregational Church. Lottie always had a cheerful smile and a great “hello” for you. She will be missed.

  • Our prayers and condolences for your loss. Lottie was a great person with a loving heart. We’ll always remember her kind smile and her quick wit.

  • Prayers are with your family. I do have fond memories of Aunt Lottie. From one of Annabell’s granddaughters. Vickie

  • Sending our deepest sympathies to the Worley family for you recent loss of your beloved Mom. She was a warm , kind & friendly lady that touched many lives during her journey. Keeping you all in our thoughts & prayers during this difficult time. Carol McNaul Arnett & Barb McNaul Young

  • Sincere sympathy to the Worley family on the loss of a great lady in Lottie Jane. Lottie was of small stature with a big, big heart. She will be missed by all. The Whitneys—Bob, Carole and Lore’

  • We were all saddened to hear of the passing of our dear neighbor. May God be with each of you during this time of adjustment and grief.

    Friends and Members of the Lexington Church of the Nazarene

  • I remember the beautiful gardens she kept at Lexington court!!! She was such a sweet person!!!

  • So sorry for your loss. I worked with Lottie at Lexington Court. She will be missed by so many people. Prayers for your families during this difficult time.

  • I have so many wonderful memories of running back and forth from the high school to the house with Marty. Your mom was there with a snack and a smile as the whirlwind we were blew through. So sorry for your loss.