Mamie Harenberg

July 26, 1932 ‒ September 16, 2018

Mansfield, Ohio

Mamie Harenberg went to be with the Lord Sunday, September 16, 2018. She was 86.

She was born July 26, 1932 to parents Samuel & Anna (Ursing) Radick in Brewster, Ohio. Mamie graduated from Brewster High School with the class of 1950. She married the love of her life Ronald Harenberg on September 5, 1959 and they spent 59 wonderful years together.

In her spare time, Mamie dedicated time to volunteering for over 10 years at the Rehabilitation Center and over 35 years in the gift shop at Ohio Health MedCentral Hospital. She and Ron were also longtime members at First Congregational Church.

She is survived by her husband Ron Harenberg; sons Jim (Marci) Harenberg and Scott Harenberg; grandchildren Annie, Evan, and Graham; and siblings Eli (Helen) Radick, Tootsie Burkett, and George (Candy) Radick.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her 7 brothers and sisters, and grandson Ryan.

Mamie’s family will hold calling hours Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. with a memorial service following at 11 a.m. in First Congregational Church, 640 Millsboro Road, Mansfield, Ohio. Burial will take place at a later date.

Contributions in Mamie’s memory may be made to First Congregational Church or the Salvation Army.

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


  • We are saddened to learn of the passing of Mamie. Sending prayers and love to the Family and friends who will miss her and thinking of all the good things that remind us of her. Sincerely,

  • So sorry to read of your wife’s passing, Mr. Harenberg. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. I used to work for you at the Fastener House in 1978. You were both so kind to me (I had a sick son). May you be comforted by the support of family and friends.

  • So sorry of losing our beloved Aunt Mamie. She was always ready for a gathering of family over the years. Many fond memories of times we spent with my mom and the sisters. She will be missed.

  • Sincere sympathy to my Uncle Ron and cousins Jim and Scott with Aunt Mamie’s passing. she was practically a second mother to me when I was very young. She was always ready for some kind of family get together with her siblings and nieces and nephews.
    RIP Aunt Mamie. You were very loved. Your Christmas card was always the first I received every year. Going to miss that.

  • A very sweet and loving person I will never forget. May God comfort every heart in the whole family. So sorry for your huge loss. Hugs.

  • Mamie was a great neighbor and friend of ours in Mansfield. I can remember our kids, Susy and Steve, playing with Jimmy and Scott in our backyards. What wonderful chaos our Christmas cookie exchanges were! Whenever I took mom and dad to Ohio
    Health, Mamie would rush out of the gift shop to greet us with a smile and greeting. She and Ron were shopping regulars ar Kroger. I so wish that Bob and I could be at Mamie’s funeral for a more personal goodbye and to see Ron; however, we moved to Kiawah Island in SC a few months ago. Thank you, Mamie, for four decades of memories and friendship.

    Dr. Bob and Barb Struble