Margery Charlene Moore

November 26, 1915 ‒ April 07, 2019

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Margery Charlene Moore, age 103, of Mount Vernon passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at Brookdale Mount Vernon.

She was born on November 26, 1915 in Troy, Ohio to the late Chelsea and Nellie (Anderson) Aydelott.  Margery was a retired teacher from the Columbus Public School System.  She was a member of the Indianola Presbyterian Church, the Clintonville Woman’s Club and the PEO Sisterhood.

Margery is survived by her son David (Cheron) Moore of Mt. Vernon; her daughter Patricia (Dixie) Mabe of Dallas, TX; her grandchildren Andrew (Stephanie) Moore, Vanessa (Wayne) Ernissee, Michael Mabe; and great grandchildren Graham, Nolan and Hayden Moore.

In addition to her parents, Margery was preceded in death by her husband John Stanley Moore.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 beginning at 11AM at the Indianola Presbyterian Church (1970 Waldeck Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43201).

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Margery’s name may be made to Indianola Presbyterian Church, 1970 Waldeck Ave, Columbus, OH 43201.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Margery Charlene Moore.

 

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  • I was born Lois Stebleton and I am the daughter of Edith Moore Stebleton. My Mother was a first cousin of John Stanley Moore. I remember your family when you lived in Canal Winchester. I want to express my condolence to you.

    Lois Doxey, Lancaster, Ohio

  • Someone so special can never be forgotten. Although it has been many years since I have seen my Great Aunt Margery, I always remember her warmth and beauty; mom loved her deeply. She will always have a special place in the hearts of my family. Much love and prayer, Michelle Uhrig Holdren, daughter of John and Nancy Klepinger Uhrig (Nancy was the daughter of Esther Moore and Troy Klepinger).

    • Thank you, Michelle, for your lovely words for my mother. She cared greatly for your family, as well. I fondly remember fun times visiting your family in Chillicothe many, many years ago. Best wishes to you and yours.

  • Margery was our forever Circle leader. No one else was willing to step up to leadership in this small elderly group of women. However Margery couldn’t be replaced anyway. She loved each of us as only Jesus could. It was a deep honor and gift to have known Margery over the many years our Circle was able to meet.
    Reverend Beverly Schmidt

  • My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Margery Moore. I met Margery when she came to Dallas to visit her daughter, Pat. This woman was such a wonderful person. She and I love cats, so we started off on a good friendship status. She had a love for the Lord which could be seen on her face and her actions toward everyone. We would get together with friends and have her join us. Boy, we did have some fun times and made wonderful memories together. Each summer I would look forward to her visits and catch up with each other’s lives. She is now at home with our Lord and in no more pain. One day I will see her again and we can praise our God and Savior all day long. What a reunion that will be. My love to your family and friends. Pat, thanks for sharing your mother with all of us. John 14.

    Sandra

  • To Pat and others who loved Margie,
    Dear Friends…My Mother, Roberta Tucker Stoerker Clair, enjoyed the friendship of Margie for most of their VERY long lives. Margie was most certainly among Moms closest friends from the late 1920s until her death in 2014 and remained in touch with her until the end of her life. While much could be said about Margie, it will suffice to say that she was a joyful person who brought a tremendous uplift to Mom for more years than most of us live. My wife (Jane) and I had several opportunities to visit Margie in Columbus prior to her death. Little brings more wonder to life than to listen to a 90 year old wax eloquent and long about their youth. Any of us could only envy the quality of the friendship between Margie and Roberta. Margie, we will miss you and the glorious history you bring to your family and ours.

    With love, Rick and Jane

  • Dear Dave, Cheron and family, Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. Margery must have been a wonderful and strong lady. I can tell by her lovely family that she was a remarkable person. Please know that your friends are here for you. I’m sending love and support for peace and strength at this difficult time.