Richard Wayne Moulton

May 27, 1936 ‒ December 13, 2012

Marion, Ohio

Richard W. “Dick” Moulton, age 76 of Marion, died Thursday, December 13, 2012 at Marion Manor Nursing Home. He was born May 27, 1936 in Boston, MA to the late Charles W. and Mary O. (Kennington) Moulton.

Dick served in the U.S. Army in Germany in the 1950s then became a graduate of the University of Illinois. He formerly was an art director with Swink, Falgren, and Badertscher prior to retiring.

He is survived by his wife Betty A. (Trainor) Moulton; sons, Jon Moulton, Newark, OH, Chris Moulton, Des Moines, IA, Thomas (Amy) Minser, Blacklick, OH; and daughters, Christine (John) Eilerman, Perrysburg, OH, and Stephanie L. Duval, Corning, IA, Doris (Claude) Issacs of Montana; and brother, Jon D. Moulton, Cincinnati, OH; eight grandchildren, Justin and Jordan Duval, Emma and Owen Minser, William and Samantha Eilerman and PJ and David Issacs; nieces and nephews.

Dick was an avid reader and golfer. He formally played in the 35 and over basketball league, was a past member of the Jaycees, American Society of Illustrators, and enjoyed crossword puzzles.

Friends may call Tuesday, December 18, 2012 from 4-7 PM at Gunder Hall and Folk Funeral Directors prior to a 7 PM memorial service with Rev. Doug Ford officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to Marion General Hospital Hospice or donor’s choice. Condolences may be expressed to the family at

  • Betty, Chiris, and all your family,
    We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.
    God Bless you all.

    Love, Cliff and Julie Branstetter

  • Betty–so sorry for your loss. We will keep Dick, you and your family in our prayers.

    Rita & Tim

  • Jon and family,

    I was so sorry to hear about your Dad, I will always have good and fond memories of him. Keeping you in our prayers at this difficult time. Alison and family

  • I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Dick at Badertscher Communications. He was extremely talented with an easy-to-work-with sense of humor that made the time spent on projects a true delight. I also played many rounds of golf with Dick – the best chipper and putter I ever witnessed! He was an all-around super guy.

  • I was so heart broken to hear the news.. He was such a wonderfull guy that you just enjoyed beong around, and that grin.. I’m so thankfull for the freindship and bond that my father and Dick had and the impact he had on my son, Cody!!His loss will be felt.. saying prayers for you Betty, John, and the entire family.