Mary M. Mothersbaugh

Akron, Ohio

1924 - 2014


Akron, Ohio


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Mary M. Mothersbaugh (Mig)Mig went to be with the Lord very quietly Friday, August 29, 2014.Mig was born December 18, 1924 to Jacob and Clara (Eaton) Ratzer in Akron and had been a resident of Cuyahoga Falls most of her life. She leaves her husband of 65 years, Bob. She lived a full life having...

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My condolences to all the family. She was always such a warm and wonderful person. I can remember running into her when she was out with Great Grandma Ratzer at Jack Horner's for a Sunday breakfast and thinking that I hoped to always have the kind of relationship with my mother that she did with hers. Also remember seeing how she looked at Uncle Bob (in love always), and the joy that was evident in her face whenever she was around her children or grandchildren. She will be missed.

Sue and family,
We are holding you all up in prayer.
May you will find comfort in your memories and each other during this most difficult time.
Love Scott & Amy Engel

Dear Bob and family,
Praying for comfort for you in the loss of your wonderful wife and mother. God just called another faithful servant Home.
Mig spread many blessings.

To Mark;Family and Friends,I wish to extend My utmost heartfelt condolence.

To Sue and all of you,
So sad to hear of your mother's passing. We are thinking of you on this difficult, yet memory-filled time. Sending hugs....
Claudia and Dave Axton

Much love and peace to the Motherbaugh family.

My whole family appreciated this wonderful servant of God, who showed us Christ's love every Sunday at North Haven. We sang, laughed, and learned; and I came to know Jesus having been given my first Bible in her Sunday School. I express my sympathy on behalf of all of us who still speak fondly of her.

Dave Orozco, Cuyahoga Falls

Mrs Motherbaugh taught my children in Sunday school many years ago. She was very loving and kind. My most sincere thoughts and prayers are with you.

My deepest condolences. I will always remember Aunt Mig as a sweet and loving woman. You are in my thoughts