CAROL J. MOON age 72,
Of New Bremen, died on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 2:52 P.M. at the Kettering Medical Center, in Kettering, Ohio. She was born on November 3, 1947 in Celina, the daughter of the late Alvin A. and Ruth C. (Mohrman) Obringer. On June 1, 1968, she married Gary Moon, and he survives in New Bremen. Also surviving are her children, Charlotte (Greg) Dues of New Bremen, Paula (Tim) Huddleston of New Bremen, and Mary (Todd) Smith of Las Vegas, Nevada, her grandchildren: George Franks, Jr., Robert Franks, Kelly Miller, Benjamin Franks, Austin Miller, Piper Smith, Brylin Smith, Heather Huddleston, and Aspen Smith, and her siblings: Dale (Starr) Obringer of Spencerville, Diane (Melvin) Morris of Jackson Center, Steven (Judy) Obringer of Delphos, Shirley (Geoffrey) Hall of Lima, Neal (Manetta) Obringer of Wapakoneta, Lois (Dennis) Osting of Delphos, Nancy Sterling of Van Wert, Anita Sutherland of Spencerville, a sister in law Deb (Jim) Wells of Wapakoneta, and her 27 nieces and nephews. Along with her parents, Carol was preceded in death by grandsons Kyle Miller, and Christopher Dues, and her siblings Roger Obringer, Linda Obringer, Marcia Obringer.
Carol was a member of the Church of the Holy Redeemer in New Bremen. She was a 1965 graduate of Spencerville High School, and went on to further her education becoming a Registered Nurse, and later earned her Masters of Nursing Degree. Working as a Registered Nurse for so many years, Carol was able to care for many people in the area while working at several local hospitals and nursing homes, and retiring from the Upper Valley Medical Center. She worked very hard, and loved being a nurse and caring for those in need. She was known for her genuine care and support for others, and that showed in the way she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. In her spare time, she enjoyed watching television, taking road trips, crocheting and knitting, and also collecting Elvis memorabilia, and religious statues and books.
Due to current restrictions on mass gatherings, only private family graveside services will be held, with Deacon Greg Bornhorst officiating. Interment will take place in the German Protestant Cemetery of New Bremen. Online condolences to the family can be left at www.gilberghartwigfh.com