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Leah Marlene Moody
Leah Marlene Moody, age 81, formerly of Canal Winchester, passed away on Monday, November 30, 2020 at Carroll Place. She was born September 28, 1939 in Chillicothe and was the daughter of the late Robert and Eleanor (Clark) Miller. Marlene was a retired school teacher for Circleville School Systems. She was a 1957 graduate and Salutatorian of Circleville High School and a member of Faith U.M. Church in Canal Winchester, member of Pickaway County Retired Teachers Association, Delta Kappa Gamma Society, Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society.
Left to cherish her memory are her children, Dean (Carey) Moody of Santa Rosa, CA and Linda Miller (Craig Remotap) of Canal Winchester; grandchildren, Zachary (Brandi) Miller, Johnathan (Samantha) Remotap, Justin Remotap and Amanda (Harley) Fossitt and three great grandchildren. Sister, Joyce (Don) Martin of Clarksburg; brothers, Marvin (Sally) Miller of Ashville and Stephen Miller of Clarksburg, sister-in-law Mary Miller of Clarksburg and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Boyd E. Moody; infant daughter, Mary Ann Moody and brothers, Clark and Neil Miller.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are being handled by the Taylor-Theller Funeral Home in Amanda.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Alzheimer’s Association Central Ohio Chaper, 1379 Dublin Rd, Columbus, OH 43215.
I first met Marlene when we took education classes in the 70s together at OU in Chillicothe. One week Marlene's family had camped out at Deer Creek SP near where I lived. So Marlene and I carpooled to our week of education classes. I enjoyed the time spent with Marlene.
As a new member of the Retired Teachers group I was impressed with Marlene's organizational skills when she served as President.
My sympathies and prayers to Marlene's family.
Lynn Huston Dec 2 2020 12:00 AM
Her dad and my dad were classmates at Pickaway Township School. Around 1945 they started to farm together. Her family lived in Pickaway Twp., and my family lived in Wayne Twp. When we moved to town, maybe 1947, her family moved to the Wayne Twp. Home. As a child, going to her home was always fun and my first sleep over was with her. As an adult I saw her on occasion, the last time being at a 50 Plus Reunion. She was a lovely lady, and I liked her a lot.
Barbara Allen Gerhardt Dec 2 2020 12:00 AM