Natalie L. Wolf

February 10, 1922 ‒ March 04, 2015

Mansfield, Ohio

Mansfield: Born in Coshocton, Ohio, on February 10, 1922, Natalie L. (Powell) Wolf passed away on March 4, 2015.  She was 93 years old.  She was the widow of John Clifford Wolf who passed away on November 5, 1994. Her parents, Thomas H. Powell and Blay Alice Powell along with her siblings, Vernelle, Emma Jean and Dalton, all predeceased Natalie.

Natalie grew up in Mansfield where she graduated from Mansfield Senior High School in 1940.  She was married on August 17, 1941, but her new husband was sent off to Army training in early 1942, thus postponing the start of their family until 1944. Son Ronald W. Wolf (Marilyn) was born April 11, 1944, and son Dennis T. Wolf (Judy) was born January 8, 1947.

Natalie worked at Fanny Farmer Candies in downtown Mansfield and at Westinghouse Manufacturing during WWII.  She spent a number of years as a stay-at-home mom until she rejoined the workforce with positions in the financial industry, including a stock brokerage firm and a bank. She retired in 1984 from the Mechanics Savings Bank in Mansfield.

Natalie was a member of the First Methodist Church in Mansfield and was active in church organizations during her retirement years.  In more recent years Natalie was a resident at The Waterford in Mansfield.

Surviving Natalie are her two sons, Ronald, Columbus, Ohio, and Dennis, Mansfield, Ohio; three grandchildren, Neal Wolf (Rae Jean), London, Ohio, Timothy Wolf, Columbus, and Chad Wolf (Lindsey), Mansfield; and five great grandchildren, Savannah and Lucas, London, Ohio, and Taylor, CJ and Meredith, Mansfield.

Memorial contributions can be sent to Ohio Health Med Central Hospice.

A private memorial service for Natalie will be held at a later date.

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  • Ron and Dennis:

    As a former Beechdale Drive resident I can remember our next door neighbors John and Natalie as I spent a lot of weekends with your dad going on refrigeration calls and had a lot of nice chats with Natalie. They always welcomed me into their home.
    I always make it a point to drive down the street when I come to Mansfield and wish I could see Natalie. I still read the Mansfield News Journal on line every day.

    May your mom rest in peace as she is now reunited with John in heaven and may GOD watch over you and your families with your mom and dad at his side.
    GOD BLESS you all!!!

    Gary P. Merschdorf
    Bryan, Ohio