Marion A. Fogel

December 28, 1916 ‒ November 20, 2014

Westerville, Ohio

Marion A. Fogel, age 97 of Westerville and formerly of Hamilton, Ohio passed away Thursday at Country View of Sunbury.

She was born on December 28, 1916 in Palmerton, Pennsylvania to the late Clayton and Veda (Yale) McFarland. In 1937 she married Carl Fogel. They were childhood sweethearts. She managed the home while he served during WW II. Together they shared 48 wonderful years, raising a family and caring for each others needs until his passing in 1986.

She sang in the church choir of the Park Ave. United Methodist Church in Hamilton. Later she became an active member of the Church of the Messiah, where she participated in Inez Crouse Circle. Never judgmental, Marion was always willing to give of herself. She enjoyed writing poetry, word games, Scrabble, and family history.

Her life centered on church and her treasured family and family events.

She is survived by son B.C. (Vicki) Fogel of Westerville, daughter Judith (Dean) Baldwin of Ashley, grandchildren Jeff (Laura) Baldwin, Amy (Alan) Miracle, 6 great-grandchildren Erika, Jared, Ross Baldwin, Paige, Adam, Blake Miracle, and a brother Clayton McFarland.

Also proceded in death by brothers Hardon, Roland, Willard McFarland, sisters Anna Marie Stemler and Dorothy McFarland, and step-mother Elda McFarland.

Friends may call 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Friday at the Bennett, Brown, Rodman & Snyder Funeral Home, 307 E. High St., Ashley, Ohio 43003, where services will follow at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Erin Porter officiating.  Burial will take place in Ashley Union Cemetery.

Memorial contributions can be made to Leukemia Society.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • It was a delight to be part of the care team for Marion. She loved her family very much. At every visit she welcomed the reading of scripture & prayer. I will miss her smile. Our thoughts & prayers are with her family in this time of loss.

  • Dear Judy & Dean,
    We are so sorry for the passing of your mother, Judy. Our thoughts are with your family.

  • B.C. & Vicki,

    So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. When we both were able to attend Messiah on Sunday’s, she would always make sure that she said hello to me. That made me feel very special.

    It was my privilege to have known her and help her when I could.

    Sincerely,

    Maury