March 1, 1929 - May 16, 2022
Friday, May 20th from 5-7 p.m. at Moreland Funeral Home
Friday, May 20th 7 p.m. at Moreland Funeral Home
Private Blendon Central Cemetery
Hilda Weber Clausson passed away May 16, 2022 from complications of a stroke that occurred on Mothers Day. She died peacefully in her sleep at the Kobacker House. Hilda was born March 1,1929 in Weil der Stat, Germany to Gertrude Weber. She came from Germany to America where she met Lennart Clausson, who came to America from Sweden. They met while going to school to gain their American citizenship. Lennart proposed to Hilda on top of the Empire State Building. They were married shortly thereafter on July 27,1957 in Somers Point, NJ. Together they started a family of 4 children, Steven (Connie) Clausson, Arleen (Chris) Robinson, Mark Clausson, and Cindy Walker.
Hilda is preceded in death by her husband, Lennart and daughter, Cindy Walker. She also leaves six grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren: Justin and Jordan (Clausson) Eastway, children Jaxson and Avery; Samantha Clausson and fiancé Matt Geissman; Ada Robinson; Kyle Robinson and fiancé Hannah Parisey; Leonard Samples, fiancé Emily Drees; Patty (Samples) and husband Nick Sirak, and son Cooper.
Hilda loved to be around people, meet new friends, and experience new adventures. She loved to sing, play card games, draw pictures, and spend time with family especially grandchildren and great grandchildren. She had a smile for everyone she met and her caring nature made her well suited for her main occupation, caring for people in nursing homes and hospitals including The Ohio State University Hospital, from where she retired. Hilda was also a devout Christian who believed strongly in Jesus Christ as our savior. She is now truly at peace and at his side watching over all of us.
Friends may call at the Moreland Funeral Home, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, Friday 5-7 p.m. followed by a service at 7 pm with Rev. David Redding officiating. Private interment at Blendon Central Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Kobacker House.