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Mary Lou Mohlman

January 26, 1944November 8, 2020
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MOHLMAN, Mary Lou, age 76, passed away after a long battle with cancer on Sunday, November 8 at her home in Miamisburg. She was born January 26, 1944 at Gibbons Hospital in Celina, Ohio to the late Raymond and Emma (Mueller) Kunk. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Henry Mohlman; daughters, Jennifer Peterman (Ed), Kathleen Mohlman, Nancy Kellermeier (Nathan); son, Jeffrey Mohlman (Tony); grandchildren, Nicole and Michelle Peterman. Mary Lou was lucky to have 13 brothers and sisters, 57 nieces and nephews, 118 great nieces and nephews and 13 great, great nieces and nephews. Mary Lou was a graduate of Versailles High School. She then attended Ohio Northern University where she studied education. She later received her Master’s Degree from the University of Dayton. She taught in several school districts including St. Henry, Mad River, Beavercreek and Cedarville. She also worked at Kirkmont Preschool for a number of years. She was a long time member of St. Luke Catholic Church in Beavercreek and then St. Mary Catholic Church in Dayton. Mary Lou was involved with PALS for Life cancer support group and part of the bereavement committee and ceramics clubs at St. Mary Catholic Church. She loved to sew and many of the quilts she made went to her son’s 16 foreign exchange students over the years. She also made blankets for newborn babies in the family and for Elizabeth’s New Life Center. Mary Lou was very devoted to the Blessed Virgin Mary and to praying the rosary. She treasured her time with family. Family will receive friends from 3-7 PM on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at GEBHART-SCHMIDT-PARRAMORE Funeral Home, Miamisburg. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday at Our Lady of Good Hope Catholic Church, Miamisburg. Burial will take place at Calvary Cemetery following the services. Memorial contributions may be made to PALS for Life at P.O. Box 292997 Kettering, Ohio 45429 or Elizabeth’s New Life Center at 2201 North Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45405.

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Cindy Reinhart-Marshall

November 14, 2020

Dear Henry and family,
Was saddened to hear of Mary Lou's passing. So many fond memories of 4th of July parties and all the goodies (cookies) she would make and bring. Keep the fond memories and family close, they will be your comfort. I'm sure Dad was there to welcome her to Heaven. God Bless all of you.
Love,
Cindy Reinhart-Marshall

Debbie Bierley (Hoying)

November 13, 2020

To Henry and family, One memory, was looking forward to seeing Mary Lou at Beavercreek Curves. It was great talking with her and catching up on how everyone was doing. Mary Lou really enjoyed the time with kids and grandkids. Sympathies and prayers for all Mary Lou’s family and friends. Debbie (Hoying) Bierley

Andrew Kunk

November 13, 2020

I am honored to be Mary Lou’s God son. I still have the children’s bible and and my graduation quilt that I use in the cold winter months. I cherish the memories of my first communion and all her visits to Virginia for milestones throughout my life. She had send my wife an I a nativity scene this past Christmas that we will continue to set out every Christmas to remind us of the love of God and love of family that is so close to our heart.

Janet & Ron Niekamp

November 12, 2020

Just loved to visit with all the cousins. You will be missed Mary Lou! Keeping all in prayers. Also loved looking at all the pictures, lots of good times had by all.

Rene Warren

November 12, 2020

My sincerest condolences to my cousin Henry and family on the loss of their spirited, always smiling and beloved Mary Lou.

Olof Johansson

November 11, 2020

I will always remember Mrs. Mohlman as a wonderful lady. I'm certain I speak for all exchange students when I say that we will always cherish your memory. Whilst living in a foreign country it's easy to feel a sense of not belonging. Mrs. Mohlman however, through her welcoming nature made sure that we all felt at home and like part of the family.
Our conversations together is something I will never forget. It pains me greatly that there won't be another. I keep the quilt you made in my college apartment, everytime I walk by it I think of the magnificent woman who made it and the positive impact she had on the world around her.

Connie & Don Weber

November 11, 2020

To the Mohlman family.
Sending you hugs & love remembering all of the years your family lived & shared happy memories in our neighborhood. Mary Lou was a wonderful & giving neighbor, & we will always remember her as such. Blessings to all of you!
Connie & Don Weber

Florence Wenning

November 11, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed the summer lunches we had with the Dayton cousins. I enjoyed visiting with Mary Lou at the UDLLI classes, we both enjoyed continuing to learn. I used to see her at the Victoria theatre at the ballet. She always had a good story to tell. Your video tribute was wonderful. Thanks for the memories.

Carol & John Turner

November 11, 2020

Extending our deepest sympathy to all who knew & loved Mary Lou. May God bless you all at this most sorrowful time.
Carol & John Turner

Henry Langenkamp

November 10, 2020

My sympathy to all . We have lost a very sweet soul .
Henry & Pat Langenkamp

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