OBITUARY

Marjorie J Moyer

December 3, 1929April 27, 2021
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Marjorie Ragsdale Moyer, 91, died April 27, 2021 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Marjorie Ragsdale was born December 3, 1929 to parents Forrest V. Ragsdale and Marjorie Clark Ragsdale in Mansfield, OH. The family, including older brother John Clark Ragsdale, lived in several cities in Ohio before moving to Franklin, Indiana. Marjorie attended Franklin College where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Marjorie became an X-Ray technician and worked at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis as well as Johnson County Hospital in Franklin, Indiana. Marjorie married Herman P. Moyer in 1958. Their family including 3 children, Mikel P. Moyer, Jan E. Moyer and Alan C Moyer and lived in Franklin, Indiana until 1968 before moving to Fort Wayne, Indiana. Marjorie was a sports enthusiast her entire life. She was an accomplished golfer who participated in Indiana State Golf tournaments. Marjorie was active in her children lives and was a senior girl scout leader as well as a cub scout leader. Marjorie was also a member of the Tri Kappa. Marjorie is survived by Mikel P. Moyer, wife Margaret; Jan M. Early; Alan C Moyer, wife Lauren; grandchildren, Preston, Ryan, Erick, Jack, Allison, Ben and Jeffrey; great-grandchildren, Maleek, Alaysia, Bo, Amareona, Lily, and Eliana. Marjorie was preceded in death by her husband, Herman P. Moyers; and great-granddaughter, Malia Rose Ruiz. Funeral service 3:30pm on Sunday, May 2, 2021 at D.O. McComb and Sons Pine Valley Funeral Home with visitation from 1:30pm to 3:30pm prior to the service. Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Indiana on Monday, May 3, 2021 at 1:00pm. Memorial contributions may be made to Riley's Children's Hospital.

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Luann Fyock

May 6, 2021

My sympathy to the Moyer family. I met Marge a long while back while working at a local grocery. Marge was always sweet, kind and friendly. We bonded closer through a dream that she told me about that had a special meaning to me. I came to lovingly call her mom when we corresponded. I was about to select her “Mother’s Day” card when I learned of her passing. I will always remember her smile, laughter, and the hug we shared when seeing each other. I will miss her. Rest In Peace Marge, and condolences to all those who loved her.

Marilyn Williams

May 2, 2021

Jan Mike Alan you’re in my thoughts and prayers today as Marge is I never met your MOM but I felt like I knew her personally Whenever I talked to her I always enjoyed our conversation her laughter was infectious and I always felt happy after speaking with her Jack David and myself always talked about how jolly she always was we’ll miss her and I’m sorry I didn’t get to meet her We thankful she at peace now May peace be with you Jacks Girl Marilyn

John Ragsdale

May 1, 2021

Great sister always saw best in everything I’ll miss her

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