Marjorie Anna Woodward Walcutt

July 18, 1916 ‒ September 25, 2015

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Marjorie Anna Woodward Walcutt, age 99, of Mount Vernon, died Friday, September 25, 2015 at the Ohio Eastern Star Home in Mount Vernon. Marjorie was born July 18, 1916 in Louisville, Ohio to Ephraim Monroe Youtz and Alverta (Ritschard) Youtz and graduated from Louisville High School. She had worked as an administrative assistant for her first husband, Royce O. Woodward, for several years; then she worked many years for Kenyon College where she retired as Kenyon Registrar. Marjorie was awarded an honorary master’s degree from Kenyon College in recognition of her exceptional service to the college.

Marjorie remained active throughout her life taking flying lessons in her mid-80s. She enjoyed travel but was happiest spending time with her family and friends. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Mount Vernon since the early 1950’s. She was a long-time member of the Eastern Star. She was also an avid bridge player.

Surviving are her husband Robert Walcutt; son Marc (Kathryn) Woodward of Perrysburg, Ohio; step-son Charles (Harriett) Walcutt of Gretna, Nebraska; stepdaughters Ruth (Charles) Bright of Westerville, Ohio, Martha (John) Wildi of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and Mary (Michael) Sells of Delaware, Ohio; daughter-in-law Annie (Gotoh) Stevens of Canada; 3 grandchildren; 5 step-grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren and a step great grandchild. Besides her parents Marjorie was preceded in death by her first husband Royce O. Woodward, her daughter Dawn Gotoh-Stevens, her sister Charlotte Pohner and her brother Arthur Youtz.

A memorial service honoring the life of Marjorie Anna Woodward Walcutt will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at the First Presbyterian Church, 102 North Gay Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050 with Rev. Jonathan Fettig officiating. The family will receive friends following the service. Private burial will be in Pioneer Cemetery in Westerville, Ohio

Contributions may be made in Marjorie’s memory to the charity of your choice.

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  • Dear Marc and Family,

    So very sorry to read about your Mom’s passing. Brings up fond memories of being neighbors on Mansfield Road and brother Dave working for your Dad. We are sending our deepest sympathy to your Mom’s husband and family too. Rest in Peace, dear lady.

    Sincerely, Susan (Nash) and Dick Huggins

  • Marc – it’s been many years since we’ve known each other, but I did want to tell you how special your mother was and how proud I am to have known her and your family. She was kind to my mother (Dorothy Tanner) while they lived in the condos and I am so happy that she was able to enjoy such a long, full life.

    Sincerely, Sally Tanner

  • We are sorry for your loss. Growing up in Westerville, Ohio, I knew all of your family and am thinking of all of you through this difficult time.