Margaret E. Dolce

April 17, 1925 ‒ March 02, 2015

Mansfield, Ohio


MANSFIELD: In the spring, Margaret E. Dolce went home to be with the Lord from her home in Idaho following a short illness on March 2, 2015.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Ontario Christian Fellowship, 636 South Lexington Springmill Road, with Pastor Kim Maurer officiating. A private family burial will be later held in the Catholic section of Mansfield Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Margaret’s memory to The Wounded Warrior Project or the American Heart Association may be made at her service or sent in care of the funeral home.

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


Margaret’s Obituary Announcement
from earlier in 2015:

Margaret Hoffman Dolce graduated from this earthly life with high honors on March 2, 2015. She was daughter to Albert and Marie (Hasenzahl) Hoffman, sister to fifteen, mother to six, grandmother to fourteen and great grandmother to seven.

She leaves her children Marie Dolce of Jacksonville, FL; Cynthia Dolce Hallman of Lexington; Thomas (Debra Motter) Dolce of Carmichael, CA; Laura Dolce (Daniel) Clark of Caldwell, ID; and Julie Dolce (Terry) Bartholomew of Lexington. Her husband Frank R. Dolce graduated from this earthly life in 1969 as did her son Jerry J. Dolce in 2011.
She also leaves grandchildren Crystal, David, Jason, Melissa, Jared, Aaron, Noah, Caleb, Ashley, Bethany, Austin, Lauren, Evan and Morgan; and great grandchildren Alex, Scott, Victoria, Noah, Madelynn, William and Cora.

“Love comes to the heart through the arms of a mother.” Margaret was an incredible woman who spent her life pouring into others. Her earthly remembrance will always be kept alive by all the love and caring that poured forth from her over her lifetime to her family and all who knew her.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Margaret’s memory may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project or the American Heart Association.

A memorial service celebrating Margaret’s life will be held this summer and will be announced.

  • Cindy and Family. I am so sorry to read of your loss. It is a very tough part of life, loosing your mother. I just had the pleasure of viewing the video remembrance of your mom. That was beautiful. Please know that you will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Miss seeing you. We need to connect sometime. Love and Hugs, Judy Hallman

  • Tom and Family: I am sorry to hear that you lost your mom. It’s not something that you’re ever able to prepared for or truly recover from. I’m thinking of you.