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Margaret Anna Langenderfer
Margaret Anna Langenderfer, age 90, of Swanton, Ohio, passed away peacefully Monday, February 5, 2018, at Swanton Health Care & Retirement Center. She was born September 17, 1927 in Perrysburg, Ohio to James Lloyd and Anna Christina (Schaefer) Henry. She married Urban Langenderfer on March 26, 1951, and he preceded her in death on December 2, 2008.
Margaret was a homemaker and worked on the farm with her husband. She was an avid bowler and bowled in many championships. She was also a wonderful seamstress.
Left to cherish her memory are her loving children, Michael (Karen) Langenderfer and Nancy (Barb Stambaugh) Langenderfer; grandchildren, Melissa Langenderfer, Sarah (Thomas) Knowles, and Nicholas (Libby) Langenderfer; great-grandchildren, Ian and Zachary Langenderfer, Noah Barnes, Tessa Knowles and Claire Langenderfer; and many nieces and nephews
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Urban; and brothers, Ken Davis, Perk Henry and James Henry.
Visitation will be held Thursday, February 8, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Noon) at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 2649 US 20 Swanton, Ohio, 43558, where a Mass of Resurrection will begin at 12:00 p.m. (Noon),with Fr. Michael Brown presiding. Interment will be private.
Arrangements by Weigel Funeral Home (419.826.2631).
Memorial contributions may be made to Holy Trinity Catholic School.
Dear Langenderfer Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. God bless.
Marianne (O'Neill) and Tom Armstrong Feb 16 2018 12:00 AM
Aunt Maggie and Uncle Urb will always have a special place in my heart. What great smiles they both had and brought so much happiness to me. My favorite memory of Aunt Maggie was one she and I would talk about throughout life. I was about seven. We were all at the lake and a hoard of us went to Cheese Haven. While there, she and I saw a little sign that offered a sample of cheese. We ate a sample. Then Aunt Maggie took the little sign and placed it in front of a barrel of candy. She said, oh look! Another sample! Dont mind if I do! We both took one. She did that throughout the store and we ate our way around it. I remember giggling so hard with her. Thats probably what led me to my life of crime...such great memories.
Chris Rehard Feb 8 2018 12:00 AM
A The Color of Memories Table Arrangement was sent on February 7, 2018
May these flowers remind you of our loving thoughts and prayers Craig, Charlynne, Denise, Blaine
Expression of Sympathy Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM
My deep sympathy for the family. I was able to visit Maggies several times at Swanton Healthcare. We shared some fond memories of past times. She was always upbeat and thankful for the visit. There were lots of good years at Marygrove.
Cindy (King) De Vuono Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM
I have so many happy memories of Aunt Maggie & Uncle Urb. I spent of lot of Christmas Days at their house with lots of family, great food, fun and poker being played all day long! Uncle Urb was always serving Egg-nog (not meant for the likes of young children-lol) and Aunt Maggie stood at the island taking food in and out of the oven and greeting us all. My hubby, Rick, LOVED her pork roast and to this day says no one makes it like Aunt Maggie!! I know we are all part of a huge family, but that tradition of going "up home" (as my Dad always called it) for visits or on Christmas Day kept the brothers in touch and they always made it a priority to be there together that one day a year. I miss those family gatherings and cherish the memories of Aunt Maggie and all of our beloved family members who are now celebrating together in heaven! What a party it must be!
I am sorry that my family will not be able to attend the funeral, because as my brother Randy says - "Our parents taught us the importance of being there for family during difficult times." We send our love and prayers for Mike & Karen and Nancy & Barb and all of the grandchildren.
Rick & Sally (Langenderfer) Burke Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM
When I heard about Aunt Maggie...the memories of the years bring a smile. Many good times, great memories and Aunt Maggie was there in the middle with her energy, caring for others, that easy joking around personality of hers. The years will wear us out, make us age, but Aunt Maggie will always be locked in my mind the way she looks in her picture here, the way she was at those summer corn roast, the Christmas gatherings. For all of us who knew Aunt Maggie and Uncle Urb -we're lucky. They were special.
Jim Langenderfer Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM
A candle was lit in memory of Margaret Langenderfer
John and Shelley Miller Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM
A Sentimental Thoughts was ordered on February 7, 2018
Expression of Sympathy Feb 7 2018 12:00 AM