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Cemetery

Batavia Union Cemetery

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Visitation


Saturday February 27th, 2016
10:30am - 12:30pm

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Mass of the Christian Burial

Holy Trinity Church
Saturday February 27th, 2016
1:00pm

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Margaret A. Schuler

Schuler (nee Lung), Margaret A., age 64, resident of Amelia, Ohio. Mother of Carrie Wood, Jeremy Schuler and Toby Schuler. Sister of Kathy Gasaway, Hank Lung, Connie Jones, Sherrie Fessler, Jerry Lung, Jeff Lung, Lorie Clark, Becky Smith, Greg Lung, Pete Lung, Missy Costello and Matthew Lung. Grandmother of Courtney, Devin, Amberly, Rylie, Sydney and Clayton. Also survived by numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and her pets, Tux & Mater. Margaret was a 1969 graduate of Williamsburg Schools. She was in 4-H and a Girl Scout troop leader. Margaret worked as a nurse at the University Hospital NICU unit for 12 years. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Grandchildren's Fund. https://www.facebook.com/Margaret-Schuler-Memorial-1528182534149583/

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She was my grandma. She was with me through the tough times, and she would laugh with me during the happy. I love her to the moon, stars, galaxy and back. She was the light of my life, and I will miss her until I see her again someday. Ill miss you Mamaw.

Amberly Allen-Schuler Feb 5 2020 12:48 PM

She was my grandma, She was there for me in the tough times in life, and laughed with me during the happy times. She was the light in my life, and I will miss her until I see her again.

Amberly Feb 5 2020 12:40 PM

I first met Margaret after I got hurt in 1999. She would come to see me almost every day. She tried healing touch therapy on me, but it didn't do much good. She came to visit me in the hospital and after I got home. She became a really good friend, and I will miss her.

Steve Wagner Feb 27 2016 6:01 PM

I worked with Margaret for many years. She was always kind and helpful. And of course always smiling. She will be missed. Lori Sgaraglio (Inman)

Lori Sgaraglio Feb 26 2016 9:40 AM

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Margaret was one of sweetest, most sincere people in our graduating class. Brenda Hutchinson Reed

Brenda Reed Feb 25 2016 2:20 PM