Marjorie E. Heimerl

23 January, 19234 November, 2020

Marjorie Ellen (Jones) Heimerl, 97, passed away on November 4th at Kendal of Granville Ohio. Born in 1923 in Newark, Ohio to the late Frances and Helen Jones, she was a graduate of Hebron High School class of 1941 where she met her high school sweetheart, Donald V. Heimerl. They were married on June 21 of that year and enjoyed 55 years of marriage. She was well known for her wonderful baking and cooking, and loved time spent with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She enjoyed sewing, traveling and spending time with friends. Her three sons were the light of her life. Marjorie belonged to the Johnstown United Methodist Church for many years, and the OCCL Club in Johnstown. She is survived by sons and daughters in law, Tom (Judy) of Cranberry Twp., PA, David (Marcy) of Hudson OH, and Jim (Kathy) of Johnstown. She leaves behind 8 grandchildren, Mike Heimerl, Amy Schroeder, Lori (Mike) Stickler, Jenny (Elliot) Grey, Casey (Matt) Van Schoyck, Matt (Rachel) Heimerl, Jeff (Caitlyn) Heimerl, Brad Heimerl and 19 great grandchildren. Preceding her in death was her husband, Donald; brother, Charles and niece, Kimberly Bosko. A family graveside service for Marjorie E. Heimerl of Pataskala will be held with Crouse- Kauber- Fraley Funeral Home, 225 N. Main St., Johnstown, handling arrangements. Pastor Stacy Evans will preside. Interment will follow at Green Hill Cemetery in Johnstown. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Johnstown United Methodist Church, 159 S. Main St., Johnstown, OH 43031.


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David Johnson

9 December 2020

Just a nice lady and the rock behind a her wonderful husband and family. The world was a little better every day because of her love. She was a giver and always gave everyone that warm smile which made her a friend to everyone. Dave Johnson

The Armstrong Family

9 November 2020

Dave, Marcy, Lori, Jenny and, our dear friend, Amy: Billy, Abby and I are so sorry for your loss and you are in our prayers. Amy, I’ve loved hearing the stories of your grandmother and can see her imprint on your life. Your capacity for hard work, fun and making the most of your days has obviously been passed down for generations! May the Lord comfort you all in the days and season ahead. He is with you all!!

Love you,
Billy, Crissy and Abby

Mike and Valerie Graham

9 November 2020

Jim and Kathy,
So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Heimerl Family during this time.

Krystyna Grey

9 November 2020

Jenny, Elliot & boys. Lasting memories of grandma Marjorie will live in your hearts as you say farewell. Our condolences are with David, Tom Jim & families.

Krystyna & David from the UK.

Dennis Wagner

8 November 2020

We first met Marjorie and Don in 1985. We had bought some land and were advised to see Don if we wanted a good builder. We met at their home and instantly we found new friends. Both were so kind to us and always welcomed us to their home. We met also Jim and his family along the way. Even after our home was done we visited Marjorie and Don, and were always welcomed. The Heimerl family will forever be in our hearts. Bless the family and know that both parents were the best of the best. Dennis and Elaine Wagner

George Ackley

8 November 2020

Sorry to hear Marjorie has left us. I hope we all live as long and as full of life as she did. She was an inspiration to me.

Phil Annarino

7 November 2020

Jim and Kathy: My deep sympathy on the loss of your mom. I understand the depth of losing one!s mother. It leaves such a hole in life. I’m sure she contributed to the good in life.

All my best at this difficult time.

Phil Annarino

Wayne Lewis

6 November 2020

Jim and family sorry to hear about your mom I gotta a text from Tad D I didn't know your mother but I knew her son Jim and he turned out pretty good again I am sorry for your loss Wayne Lewis aka Wardell

Julie Sullivan

5 November 2020

Many wonderful memories of Margie. My parents Jim and Louise Witham were great friends of Don and Margie. They both were in my parents wedding. We traveled on vacation and and spent alot of time together. Great memories with the Heimerls!

Todd Piper

5 November 2020

I am sorry for your loss. I remember going to FL in early spring in 1983/84 with my parents and visiting Don and Marjorie. It was a cold day and the ocean water was freezing at the beach. Marjorie let me use a towel that to keep warm.