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In Memory of
Margaret Mary Simon
August 14, 1943 - January 10, 2021

Saturday, January 16th at 10 am at St. Paul Catholic Church

Resurrection Cemetery

Margaret M. Simon, age 77, of Westerville passed away January 10, 2021. A member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church as wel as the Secular Order Discalced Carmelities. Preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Paul Simon. Survived by children, Debbie (Ken) Collet and Paul Simon; grandchildren, Pauly (Brittany), Riley, Cassidy and Aubrey Simon and Mackenzie Collett; great-grandchildren, Greyson and Aiden. There is nothing Marge enjoyed more than spending time in church and with her children and grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, January 16th at 10 a.m. at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church 313 N. State Street, Westerville, OH 43081. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. To view the livestream go to or at In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St Vincent de Paul Society.


Mike simon

Jan 13, 2021

Love and prayers to Marge Simon's immediate family. You all possessed in Margie, a wonderfully spiritual being. The life that she shared with our brother Wayne was so full of joy and laughter. Later in their lives she had the challenge of caring for Wayne when he was overtaken with health concerns that we in Toledo knew that Margie worked tirelessly to care for him. She has always been an Angel in my eyes. And continues to be. Such a spiritual soul that was a care giver all of her life. I never remember her ever getting angry. Although Paul and Debbie may have better knowledge of this than I. I'm sure it was well directed. We pray for her soul in tandem with her religious order and those that love her. I will remember her for the caring person that she was until we meet again good and spiritual lady.


Trig Simon

Jan 15, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Margie and Wayne's children. This sudden loss of such a beautiful woman that God has loaned to us mortals is so sad. Margie was such a sweet sister-in-law. She was such a caring nurse. She was a devout wife and mother. Just to greet her was a unique feeling when she would put her soft hands to your cheeks and give you a soft kiss. It made you feel special. You are now an angel in heaven, Margie. We will all be together someday.


Mary Teresa Vas

Jan 15, 2021

Margie, God's Blessings to you my dear sister-in-law. You are now a Carmelite angel in heaven in God's hands. Our hearts will surely miss you. You are a great inspiration to our Simon family with your gentle, caring, loving, and nurturing holiness. I loved our visits, luncheons, and trip to Assisi and Rome. My condolences to your children and grandchildren and I wish that they take the love and many gifts you've taught them to continue to grow in God's love. God Bless You!


Jean Wells

Jan 16, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. Marge was a good friend. I will miss her terribly. May God be with you.


Peter Winkler

Jan 16, 2021

Hi. I am so sorry for your loss. My mom, Patricia Winkler(Simon) loved her visits. With Margie. We loved aunt Margie so much. She was so sweet and the nicest person we have ever met. She was always helping others. We have made a donation to St Vincent de Paul society for her.


James W. Griffith

Jan 16, 2021

Aunt Margie was a faithful catholic and a great human being. As a nurse and my aunt, she was a selfless person. She always thought of others before herself and I never saw her upset. I will always remember her laughter as it brought me much happiness. A very kind and caring sole, the world lost a wonderful person with her passing. May you rest in peace Aunt Margie. Always know that I will remember you forever.


Mary Ann

Feb 9, 2021

Columbus OLMC OCDS Obit of Marge Simon


Mary Ann

Feb 9, 2021

Dear Simon family: I offer heartfelt prayers for your family in the aftermath of the sudden passing of Marge. I remember her as helpful and loving from knowing her through Columbus OLMC OCDS. May God bless your family in this difficult time. In Christ, Mary Ann, OCDS