Vivian Myrle Huvler

October 09, 1930 ‒ June 08, 2015

Lexington, Ohio

LEXINGTON: Myrle Huvler, age 84, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Monday, June 8, 2015 in Ohio Health MedCentral Mansfield Hospital.

She was born October 9, 1930 to parents
Walter O. & Mildred L. (Wolff) Terman in Mansfield. Myrle graduated from Lexington High School with the class of 1948. On December 15, 1950, she married Cloyd Huvler; they shared 64 wonderful years of marriage and together raised five children.

Myrle worked diligently to create a loving home and enjoyed sewing, embroidering, and canning. But above all, Myrle cherished spending time with her family. In younger years, she enjoyed bowling, camping, and following her husband to sheep shows.

Myrle was a faithful member of Steam Corners United Methodist Church, and also enjoyed participating with the Good Sam Club, and Jugs Corner Grange.

She is survived by her loving husband, Cloyd Huvler of Lexington; five children & spouses: Pastor Millissa Hartson of Lexington, Dale & Kyle Huvler of Lexington, Tom & Karen Huvler of Lexington, Brenda & Dave Thompson of Ontario, and Sarah & Barth Burgett of Fredericktown; 15 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; three sisters: Mary & Gene Heidlebaugh of Lexington, Margart Stone of Lucas, and Jane Beuk of Alabama; and numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, and extended family.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son-in-law Michael Hartson; a sister Martha Nordstrom; a brother Olen Terman.

Her family will receive friends 4-7 p.m. Thursday, June 11, 2015 in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where a funeral service honoring her life will follow at 7 p.m. Pastor Heidi Welch will officiate and although no graveside service will be held , she will be buried in Oak Grove Memorial Park near Lexington.

Contributions in her memory to Steam Corners United Methodist Church may be made at the funeral home.

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

  • Millissa, so sorry to hear about your mother. They are like our tie here on earth, but we know she’s in a much better place. God be with you all at this time.



  • Dear Huvler Family,
    We are so sorry to hear of your wife/mother’s passing. She was such a dear lady.
    Praying for God’s peace and comfort to come to you at this time.
    Brad & Kim Hessey

  • Dear Friends,

    Such sad news for those of us here on earth… but what a reunion for her in heaven!

    Gilli and I are so glad that we recently saw Myrle at church. She always had a smile, a hug, and a kiss for us, and told us that she loved us. And… we loved her, too!

    With our prayers, sympathy, and love,
    Erleen and Gilli

  • Dear Huvler Family Myrtle was one of the most loving, caring Christian woman I ever met. She touched so many lives and always had a smile for everyone. We are going to miss her very much. Our prayers and love goes out to each and every one of u. Love all of u Carma and JJ

  • To the family,
    My prayers and heart go out to all of the family. It has been many a year since I have seen any of the family but I have many fond memories of Aunt Myrle. I know that her Lord and family were her joy. I pray comfort and blessings be given, and to one day reconnect with the family
    Love and Blessings
    Mark and Crystal Beuk

  • I am so sorry to hear of my dear Aunt Myrle’s passing. I know that Mom was there to meet her with a warm and welcoming embrace. I have many fond memories of spending happy times on the Huvler farm. Specifically chasing fire flies, shearing sheep (or at least trying to), and swinging in the tire swing hanging from that great big tree in the front yard. I like to think that was a buckeye tree, but I could be wrong… Aunt Myrle made everything seem special.

    Lately, I have enjoyed writing and receiving letters from Aunt Myrle. Trying to keep up with her ever expanding beloved family. She will be missed by many, but her love is alive in many also.

    Fly free Aunt Myrle, and land softly.

    Love Becky

  • I am so sorry for the loss of Aunt Myrle. I have some wonderful memories of cutting across the field to go to her house. Making peach pies and shucked corn. I also remember the tire swing. See always greeted me with a smile. I was looking forward to seeing her next month. But I know I will see her again. I will be praying for ya’ll.


  • Dear Cloyd, Millissa, Dale, Tom, Brenda and Sarah,

    Words cannot express the sadness to hear of Myrle passing. She will be dearly missed by all. We will keep all of you in our prayers as you go through this very difficult time.

    With deepest sympathy,
    Wilbur, Jim & Linda

  • My prayers are with you all during this difficult time. What a great life she lead. So many memories… Bittersweet, as I know she will be missed.

  • We are so sorry to find out about this, Myrle was a wonderful person. I know she will be missed by so many. Our prayers are with you all

  • Cloyd and family,

    Thinking of you and your family and remembering how much she enjoyed going to the fairs……the memories and family will help you in the days to come, Myrtle was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. We extend our sympathy to all of you. Bob and Marilyn (Radel )Davis

  • Dear Family,
    My last memory of Aunt Myrle was Logan and I sitting with her on the front porch at the Camp-out. We talked of many things but mostly how big her family was and that she could still remember all their names. She said she had to break it down but knew who belonged with who. She will be missed.
    Love and prayers to you all, Christina

  • To the Huvler family –
    I extend my most sincere sympathy to all of you. I have so many wonderful memories of your mom, especially from our 4-H sheep showing days. Her quick smile and heart-felt laugh ….her kind words and gentle hugs will always be a cherished memory from my childhood years. May God bless and comfort you.

  • To Huvler Family-You have my sincere sympathy. She touched so many lives and will always be remembered by her kind words and her special little giggle and her presence at the Sheep Shows at the Fair. She was such a proud Wife, Mother, and Grandmother to your family and her Legacy will live on. MEMORIES are forever !!!

  • To an amazing family,

    I’m sorry for your loss. Aunt Myrle was a joy to be around with an big heart and beautiful smile. As a small child I looked forward to coming to her home to visit and remember always seeing her in the stands at the fair during sheep shows. Praying for your family during this hard time.

    Tia, James, JJ, Madison-Kennedy Stone

  • Please accept my sympathy in the loss of your mother, grandmother and loved one. I have happy memories of times spent with the Huvler family at church, grange, and at their home. I pray that your memories will ease your sadness at Myrle’s passing.

  • This is such a difficult time but please know you are being kept in many prayers of support and comfort. You have my deepest sympathy.

  • Barth and Sarah and family,

    We’re so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother/grandmother. Mike remembers her from childhood and how kind she was. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Although I did not know Myrtle, I was blessed to have known some of her family who were blessed by her legacy. Her children and grandchildren show evidence of her love in their lives and her legacy will live on.
    May God be with you as you remember Myrtle and adjust to life on earth without her presence.
    Mary Carroll

  • Condolences to the Huvler family! So very sorry to hear about aunt Myrle! She was a woman who loved her family and loved life. I have wonderful memories as a child visiting the farm and loved the garden that aunt myrle loved to attend too. She was strong in her faith in Christ. Will miss you.