Margaret "Marge" Ann (Zewalk) Guenther

23 juillet , 192812 janvier , 2020

Margaret Ann “Marge” Guenther (nee Zewalk), age 91, of North Canton, left to be with her heavenly family on January 12, 2020. She died at home surrounded by her family. She was an interesting and wonderful woman who people gravitated toward. Marge had a beautiful singing voice and in the 1960s she directed the St. Paul’s Women’s choir. She performed in the Canton Civic Opera; Canton Players Guild; and sang at all of her daughters’ weddings. She was also an amazing baker and cook. She could cook a complete meal, in Canada, on a wood fire stove, or cater a formal wedding. Marge was an avid reader, and a quick wit. Her humor was always surprising.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Margaret and Michael P. Zewalk; husband, Ralph “Joe” Guenther; grandson, Eron Gruber; and son-in-law, Perry Bennett. She is survived by her brothers, Michael P. (Pat) Zewalk, Jr. of Naples, FL, Martin Zewalk of Naples, FL, and Mark (Joyce) Zewalk of Tampa, FL; daughters, Linda Bennett, Diane (Joe) Willaman, Gail (Joe) Yoder, and Karen (Gary) Gruber; grandchildren, Cara (Tod) Williams, Jenna (Kevin) Brown, Jamee (Sterling) Moss, Eric (Brenda) Gruber, and Perry J. Bennett; 11 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Friends may call from 4-7pm on Friday in the Karlo-Libby Funeral Home. A private entombment is planned. The family expresses their gratitude, and suggests contributions to Harbor Light Hospice, an exceedingly respectful and kind organization, at 207 Portage Trail, Extension W, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223.


services précédents:

  • Visitation vendredi, 17 janvier , 2020


  • Private Service


Margaret "Marge" Ann (Zewalk) Guenther

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Dawn Hearne

janvier 16, 2020

I will always remember Marge's quick wit and great since of humor. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. Rest in peace Marge

Linda Myers

janvier 14, 2020

To the entire Guenther Family - My heart goes out to all of you, during this extremely sad time. Margaret lived a full life, with many happy memories, and I was lucky enough to enjoy some of those times. One of my best memories, was when she chaperoned for a Girl Scout trip to Washington DC. Gail & I, along with 'Mom', walked up all 898 steps of the Washington Monument (which she was sure was my idea! ha ha). Margaret was like a step-Mom to me & I will always remember her laugh, her smile, her sense of humor & her love. Please accept my sincere sympathy, at the loss of your Mother....She was a Gem!