Return to Obituaries |   Click here to email condolences to the family

In Memory of
Sylvia K. Newhouse
January 29, 1939 - December 17, 2017

Service:
Spring of 2018

Sylvia K.Newhouse, age 78, of Westerville, OH passed away December 17, 2017. Retired from Westerville City Schools as a elementary music teacher; Emerson, Central College, Whittier and Hawthorne schools. Graduated from Columbus North High School and Capital University, she also attended The Ohio State University graduate school in music education and music history. She was a member of Phi Beta, American Guild of Organists and the Worthington Methodist Choir; former member of Maple Grove Methodist Church, Upper Arlington Lutheran Church and Clinton Heights Lutheran Church. She enjoyed playing the piano, organ and English hand bells. Survived by her sister, Claudia Vetesy of Greely, CO; brother Larry Newhouse of Niceville, FL; cousins, Julie Green of Marshall, MI and Tom Newhouse of Mountain Home, AR. Private family graveside service will be held at Blendon Central Cemetery. Condolences at morelandfuneralhome.com.

Condolences

Sharon & Uno Kull

Jan 14, 2018

 

Linda Conard

Jan 15, 2018

I am so sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. I worked with her for many years at Whittier School in Westerville. She enjoyed working with children and made music interesting for them. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Julie Wolpert

Jan 15, 2018

So saddened to hear about Sylvia. I met her while she attended Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. She and I would always meet at church on Good Friday's and attend church together and the have lunch at Bob Evans. I met a lot of her friends at the January birthday parties she would have to celebrate her birthday and mine which was earlier in the month. Later while chatting I found out I had attended high school with her sister. She loved to talk about North High School and her younger days. She was lots of fun to be with. I will miss her. Julie

 

Julie Wolpert

Jan 15, 2018

So saddened to hear about Sylvia. I met her while she attended Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. She and I would always meet at church on Good Friday's and attend church together and the have lunch at Bob Evans. I met a lot of her friends at the January birthday parties she would have to celebrate her birthday and mine which was earlier in the month. Later while chatting I found out I had attended high school with her sister. She loved to talk about North High School and her younger days. She was lots of fun to be with. I will miss her. Julie

 

Teri Lott

Jan 15, 2018