Rochelle Elsasser

July 01, 1964 ‒ July 05, 2017

Marion, Ohio

Rochelle Elsasser, age 53 of Marion, passed away on Wednesday July 5, 2017 at Marion General Hospital.

She was born on July 1, 1964 in Marion, the daughter of Patsy (Sizemore) Walker and Donald Eugene Elsasser. She was educated at Harding High School, graduating in the class of 1982. For many years, Rochelle served as the cook at the Epworth Daycare.

Rochelle was inherently generous, humble and giving. She would see a need and meet it, no matter if she had much or little to give. She lived her life by example, always doing for others. She loved life and the simple pleasures it gave; whether it be a great cup of coffee, the laughter of children, or the companionship of animals, she enjoyed it all. Her family was her proudest achievement, and the gift of her grandchildren was cherished above all.

She will be remembered by her children: Eric (Candace Brodie) Elsasser and Jesse (Emily) Elsasser; grandchildren: Addalynn, Paxtyn, Rayna and Loki; mother Patsy (the late Bob) Walker; father Donald (Reecie) Elsasser; sister Regan Garrison; step-siblings: Terrie Miles, Cindy Wright, Brenda (Ernie) Wallace and Mike (Nancy) Walker; niece Beth (Jason) Dorsey and nephew Adam Garrison.

Visitation will be held Monday July 10, 2017 at Snyder Funeral Homes, GUNDER/HALL Chapel,347 West Center St., Marion from 4PM to 7PM; A funeral service will be Tuesday at the funeral home at 11AM with Chaplain Jeff Williams officiating; Burial will be in Marion Cemetery.

If so desired, donations may be made to the family to assist in honoring Rochelle’s life.

The Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to be serving the family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Don and family; we are so sorry to hear of your daughter’s passing. Prayers are with you all.

  • I am so sorry to hear of Shelly’s passing. It seems like yesterday that Regan, Shelly, Trent and I playing kickball in the backyard with the rules always changing. Those were really fun days. With love, Ronnie

  • To Shelly’s family
    My condolences and sympathy for your loss. Shelly was a sweet person.
    Shelly was a delight to be with, she would always have a big smile, and she didn’t get rattled when things didn’t always go as planned. She will be missed.
    Love and prayers for comfort and peace.
    Linda