Mary K. Dyer

August 16, 1955 ‒ September 18, 2019

Sunbury, Ohio
Formerly of Westerville, Ohio

Mary K. (Falter) Dyer, age 64, of Sunbury passed away Wednesday, September 18 in Westerville. She was born August 16, 1955 in Columbus, OH to the late William and Rose (DiNovo) Falter.

Left to cherish Mary’s memory are her husband of 30 years, Jim Dyer; son, Robert (Sally) Lovelace; daughters: Christina (Steve) Withem, and Jamie Dyer; grandchildren: Brandon, Kaylynn, Tyra, Saul, Ashton, and Kinsey; brothers: Tom (Tina), Tony (Cindy), Ted (Judy), Gary (Cindy), and Chuck (Barb); sister, Nicci; her partner in crime, Mona; and numerous other relatives and friends.

Mary worked for Nationwide Insurance Company for 20 years. During her time at Nationwide, Mary was a valued employee, friend, and mentor to many co-workers. Family and friends were central in Mary’s life. She loved and looked after everyone around her; always keeping an eye out for events and occasions that would be meaningful and special to her loved ones. She enjoyed gardening, cooking, fishing, traveling, and hummingbirds, but was happiest when surrounded by family.

The family will receive friends Tuesday, September 24, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home (637 N. SR 61, Sunbury, OH). A funeral service will be held at the funeral home Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Burial to follow at Sunbury Memorial Park.

Condolences may be offered, and special memories can be shared by visiting snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • To Mary’s love ones, I am very sorry to hear about this tragic news. I know her from nationwide insurance. She was such a sweetheart & will truly be missed. Prayers for comfort thru this Heart breaking time

  • I was so sorry to read of Mary K.’s passing. Many fond memories of spending summers with her and Nicci at Maize Elementary summer playground. I think about the family every time I drive down Maize Rd. and through the old neighborhood.

    My thoughts and prayers for her family.

  • I remember Mary from her early years at Nationwide. She was a fantastic employee and very easy to talk to. I still remember her very quick and hysterical sense of humor! My thoughts and prayers are with Mary and her family.