Ursula M. Studer

December 29, 1929 ‒ September 22, 2019

Loudonville, Ohio

LOUDONVILLE: Ursula M. Studer passed away Sunday, September 22, 2019, in her home surrounded by her family. She was 89.

She was born December 29, 1929, to parents Kurt & Frieda (Roedel) Schiller in Berlin, Germany. After WWII Ursula immigrated to the United States with her family in 1952. Making her home in Loudonville in 1955.

On November 24, 1955, she married Theodore “Ted” Studer and they spent many years together until he passed away in 2004.

Ursula worked for Kettering Hospital in Loudonville for 17 years. She later went on to attend Mansfield General Nursing College and graduated from Ohio State University with an associate’s degree in nursing.

She is survived by her children Marianne (Ron) Hall of South Carolina, Roland (Virginia) Studer, and Ramona (Mark) Emery all of Loudonville; grandchildren Rhonda Graham, Bryan (Tammy) Hall, Carrie Studer, Ginger Harris, Rick (Colleen) Virgili, Dan (Courtney) Strouse, and Katie (Zeb) Brecheisen; 24 great-grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; and her sister Anneliese Whichard of Florida.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; her brother Karl Schiller; and her sister Alberta Krajewski.

Although no public service will be held in Ursula’s memory, her family will remember her as a great role model and the rock that held everything together and hopes that all that knew her will hold her in their hearts.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Ursula’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • So sorry for your loss. She had a good life and lived it to the fullest. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • I loved having Ursula as a neighbor! She was always like a grandma to Kylor and I! I am so sad she is gone but I am so glad I had to opportunity to meet her and have her in my life!! She will be missed, and I am sorry for your loss!!

  • Marianne, Roland, Ramona and families, I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mama had a heart of gold and love for everyone. May she rest in peace.

  • Our Prayers an thoughts go out to all the family she was a loving person to all! A Heart of gold a wonderful baker:-) Hugs an Love. Jack an Donna Heller

  • Marianne, Roland, Ramona and family , I’m so sorry about Ursala. I haven’t seen her or any of you for many, many years but I have good memories of her when I use to spend nights at your house. Marianne and I were good friends at Hayesville School. My prayers go out to all of you and again, I’m so sorry! Marianne, if you’d like, call me at 419-945-2783 or shoot me an email. I’d love to hear from you.
    Sharon

  • I have so, so many memories of Ursula…I got to know her when we were in Golden Center together, she shared a lot of stories of her life when she was growing up in Germany with our group. I wondered how she ever made it thru that time of her life.
    She also told about the adventures of camping with her children. Wow! How fortunate you children were.
    She was always very kind to me and for that i will ever be grateful. I will always hold her in my heart. She was so loving and thought the world of all of you.
    May God give you peaceful and beautiful memories.

  • Our prayers, sympathy and thoughts go out to the family. I knew Ursula for many years, teaching swimming classes at Pleasant Hill and working with her at Kettering Hospital. She was a loving and kind person assisting others in many ways. The pain of losing a loved one is heart breaking but the memories of her will be with you always. Ursula will be missed by many.

  • Doug & I send our sympathies to you all. Always loved talking with your mother, such a beautiful soul!!!