Marcella K. WICHERT (nee Mager) Age 87. Beloved wife of the late Leonard and beloved grandmother of Brooke Bossman (deceased). Dearest mother of Ronald, Wendy Krupa and Joni Bossman. Dear grandmother of Kari Ball (Mike), Kelly Flick (Sam), Kristen Comfort (Don) and Bobby Bossman. Loving great grandmother of Lydia, Cecilia, Ellie, Holly, Megan, Caitlin and Lenora. Dear sister of Herbert Mager (Daisy), Bernice Schmidt and the late Rev. John Mager (Anna) and Clifford. Dear aunt and friend to many.
Funeral Service: Friday, August 13, 11:00 AM at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church.
Visitation: Thursday, 2-4 and 6-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow and Ridge).
Memorial donations may be made to St. Mark’s Church. To offer online condolences please visit www.ZaborFH.com
Messages of Condolence
Dear Ronnie, Wendy, and Joni,
Your mom was a wonderful person whom I truly loved. I’ll miss her candor and wit, and that little laugh of hers.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
All my love,
Wendy and family,
We just wanted to let you know how sorry we are to hear of Marcella’s passing. She was such a sweet lady and we will never forget her warm smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
As she leaves, a little bit of us goes with her. I will always remember her wit and her caring, shown to us in the sweetest, smallest ways. I will miss her and do so now. I am thinking of you
all… and our family. She was great!
Joni and family. We remember your mother and how pleasant and kind she was to our family. Know our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Wendy and Family, Your in our prayers during this time.
Wendy and Kari and family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I’m very sorry to learn of Cousin Marcella’s death. My father, Harold Roth, her direct 1st cousin died on August 3 just a few days before her. How ironic. He was buried in Lutheran Cemetery on August 5.
My grandfather, Michael Roth and Marcella’s mother, Katherine Magar were brother and sister. The Magar and Roth families had their ancestral roots in a small Slovakian town, Klein-Lomnitz (Lomnička) and made their home in Cleveland. There were many happy moments as these two families, living just two streets away from each other, got together to share stories and activities. Later generations discontinued this practice, but these common ancestors will always be in our hearts and minds.
May I offer my condolences to the ever widening circle of relatives, some of whom neither my father nor I ever met. May God continue to bless all of you, shower His abundant mercies upon your families and grant you His peace.