Faith June Widar
June 27, 1922 – March 14, 2020
Faith June Widar (Ingwer) born June 27th, 1922 died March 14th, 2020. Daughter of Walter & Caroline Ingwer (Heinz) Beloved wife of Michael John Widar (deceased). Mother of Michael John Widar Jr. (deceased) Faith is survived by James Martin Widar, son, Paul Michael Widar, Matthew James Widar and David Andrew Widar, grandsons and Lisa Baker McNaughton (Nalley), granddaughter, Courtney Elizabeth Widar, Nathan David Widar and Brittany Shannon McNaughton, great-grandchildren. Faith graduated from James Ford Rhodes High School, Cleveland Ohio in 1942. After graduation she worked at F.W.Woolworth selling records and ladies hosiery. Then at Sherwin-Williams linseed oil plant on the Cuyahoga River in the payroll department. Faith married Michael Widar, a Tool & Die Maker on June 14th, 1947. Typical of many brides of that era, Faith became a fulltime homemaker. Faith & Mike raised two sons in Parma and later in Seven Hills, Ohio. Faith wore many hats; wife, mother, Cub Scouts den mother, occasional grade school room mother (cupcake baker), PTA Treasurer, Sunday School teacher at Parma Lutheran Church, caregiver daughter to her parents when they were aged and Faith loved the role of being a Grandmother! In 1989 Faith moved to Palm Harbor Florida then to DeLand Florida in 2007. In DeLand, Faith resided at the Florida Lutheran Retirement Center in all three levels of residency; Independent, Assisted and Nursing Care. Faith touched the lives of everyone that she came to know. To know Faith was to feel the love of God and His Son Jesus Christ. Her memory will continue touching lives for a long time.
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Faith June Widar
March 19, 2020
Jimmy, your mom was always a delight to be around and I will miss her smiling face and sitting outside with her. She always commented on how pretty the cars were in the parking lot and how beautiful it was outside. You are in our thoughts and prayers!
March 17, 2020
It was always much a big deal if a trip to Cleveland was planned. We would visit Aunt Cal then on to Seven Hills to the Widar’s. It would be a great time to play with our cousins, but the best part was Faith’s cooking. She was a Great Dessert Maker. Plus, everything was served so nicely. It made us feel special, and my sister and I talked about it on the way home.
March 16, 2020
Often on Sundays, we would travel from Sandusky with John’s mom and dad to visit Faith and Mike. Dinners were always delicious, and Faith’s green bean casserole was my favorite! Now when I think of her, I remember her Pretty face and her delicious laugh! Our memories there will always make me smile!