OBITUARIO

Chester Clarence Dimmerling

23 abril , 192416 noviembre , 2021
 Obituario de {subject.fullNameWithPrefixAndSuffix}

Chester “Chet” C. Dimmerling, 97, passed away peacefully on November 16, 2021, at Crandall Medical Center, in Sebring, OH.

Born April 23, 1924, in Noble County, Ohio to Rome and Idona (Archer) Dimmerling. Chester was a proud World War II Veteran, member of a Gold Star Family and the Ohio Teamster’s Union. Throughout Chet’s life, he has owned several businesses and worked multiple jobs diligently until he finally retired at the age of 92 to care for his true love, of almost 76 years, Sylvia Dimmerling. As well as being a devoted husband, he loved spending time with his family and friends, sharing stories, lending a hand, attending church, and taking Sunday drives.

In addition to his parents, Chet was preceded in death by his wonderful wife, Sylvia (Martin) Dimmerling; his three children, Sandra Moore, James, and Rome Dimmerling; one grandchild, Scott Dimmerling; two sisters, Mildred (Raymond) Gill and Luella (William) Gill; two brothers, Roger (Gilberta) Dimmerling and Roy (Monica) Dimmerling.

Chester is survived by his three grandchildren, Ann Moore Ciaverella, Angel Moore, and Andrew (Spring) Dimmerling; four great grandchildren, Nathan and Nick Hoagland, Alexis and Scott Dimmerling; and daughter in-law, Janice Dimmerling. Memorial contributions, in honor of Chester, may be made to Sacred Heart of Mary, 8900 Columbus Rd NE, Louisville, Ohio 44641.

Mass will be held at 11:00am, Saturday, November 27, 2021 at Sacred Heart of Mary, 8900 Columbus Rd NE, Louisville, Ohio 44641, followed by the burial of Chester and Sylvia Dimmerling, then a luncheon in the hall immediately after to honor both.

Family would like to extend a special thank you to all the staff at Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center for their care, compassion, and dedication.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.karlofh.com for the Dimmerling family.

Muestre su apoyo

Servicios Previos

sábado, 27 noviembre, 2021

Memorial Mass