Amelia Nutter

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July 30, 1931 - April 10, 2017

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Saturday, April 15th, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Moreland Funeral Home

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Amelia (Mauiri) Nutter, a long-time resident of Westerville, Ohio passed away Monday, April 10th at Mt. Carmel St. Anns. Born on July 30th 1931, in Montgomery West Virginia. She graduated from Montgomery High School in 1949, where she was a clarinet player in the marching band, the local jitterbug dance champion, and a guest singer on the local radio station. She is survived by her loving husband of 64 years Dr. William E. Nutter. They were truly soul mates and remained inseparable, even in her final hour. Also surviving are brothers, Louis (Jessie) and Michael (Kathy) Maiuri, and sister Patricia Lalla; her three children, Rod (Dee) Nutter, Garth (Debra) Nutter, and Nancy (Woody) DeWeese, grandchildren Corynn (Scott), Austin (Samantha), Keith, Alex, Mia, Chase, John Michael, Luke; great-grandchildren, Anthony, Giavanna, and Annabella. She is preceded in death by her parents Giosafatte and Miranda Maiuri, brother Joe Jr. (Barbara), sister Marguerite (Joe), and her beloved Aunt Esther. An avid lover of people, music, modern art, Italian cooking, her Ohio State Buckeyes, and more than anything, her family, who will miss her unconditional love and magical, unbreakable spirit everyday. Calling hours are Saturday, April 15th, 3:30-5:30 at MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, 55 E Schrock Rd, Westerville, OH 43081.


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Jamie Boudinot - Apr 14, 2017

Nancy and family,
We are so sorry to hear the news of your mother passing. We are thinking of you in your time of loss.
Our deepest condolences,
The Boudinot Family

Linda M. Harris - Apr 13, 2017

Bill and Family – I am so sorry for your loss. Though I did not know your wife I do know that she was special because she was chosen by you. I knew when we worked together at CAS that you were a very kind man. I know also that you were blessed to have her in your life. God Bless you and your family.

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