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In Memory of
Mary H. Myser
February 2, 1924 - November 26, 2018

Sunday, December 9th 1:30 p.m. at Westminster-Thurber Chapel

Born on Ground Hog's Day in 1924, Mary H. Myser, age 94, died peacefully on Monday, November 26, 2018. She was in her residence at Thurber Tower, where she had lived for the last 28 years. The only child of Wade and Berenice Hadsell, Mary grew to be the quintessential caregiver. She cared for two grandmothers, her aunt, her father, and Bill, her husband of 57 years. Mary was recognized by the Central Ohio Parkinson's Society as Caregiver of the Year in 2000. Her example inspired her family to care for her with equal love, devotion and joy! Mary worked briefly at The Ohio State University Administration Office, then took a sabbatical to raise four boys. She concluded her professional career as the Coordinator of Desk Services for twenty years at Westerville Public Library. She took great pride in her work, even greater pride in her family, especially her grandchildren and great grands. Also, she was devoted to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Mary was preceded in death by her beloved husband Dr. Willard C. (Bill) Myser and their eldest son Michael G. Myser. She is survived by: sons Richard (Terri), Charles (LaCretia), David (Sandi)- grandchildren Atticus (Penni), Jeremy (Jessica), Matt, Dara, Dane Schafer (Sara); Michael, Eric (Suzette); Lori Schlines (Aaron), Ben (Christen), Amanda (Stuart); McKenzie Wheeler (Ryan), Roth- great grandchildren Henry, Jack, Taylor and Jessi; Maxwell, Malcolm, and Ezekiel; Harper; Jackson, Lincoln and Collins. A Celebration of Life will be held at Westminster-Thurber Chapel, 645 Neil Ave., on Sunday, December 9 at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Charles S. Myser and Chaplain Mark Arni will officiate. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to OSU Ross Heart Hospital or Westerville Public Library.


Jo Ann Scott

Dec 5, 2018

Chuck, will be thinking of you and your family in this time of sorrow. God Bless


Thomas Linkous

Dec 5, 2018

So sorry for your loss. Mary was a wonderful woman. Jon sends his condolences too. He is on a plane in Chicago headed to China for a meeting and regrets that he can't come to the memorial service.