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Margaret (Fout) Jolliff Koetz
Margaret (Fout) Jolliff KoetzCanningMargaret (Fout) Jolliff Koetz, of Marysville, passed away November 24, 2020 at the age of 96 at Memorial Gables in Marysville after a battle with COVID-19.

Born August 4, 1924 in Hardin County to Lanson and Alva (Brown) Fout, she was raised by her grandmother, Mary Catherine Brown after her mother passed away at the age of 30. She was also preceded in death by three brothers, Roy, Harold and Norman Fout: and a sister, Marie Smith.

She married Bernard Clark Jolliff in October, 1943 and he died in 1961, leaving her widowed at the age of 36 with five children, Harley Duane (Charlene) Jolliff, Richwood; Ed (Carol) Jolliff, Marysville; Nancy (Buzz) Clark, Claibourne; Chuck (Suzie) Jolliff, Marysville; Lisa Griffith, Marysville. She married James Kenneth Koetz in September 1962 and he died November 19, 1980, they were blessed with a daughter, Terri (Danny) Walden, Chillicothe. She is also survived by a sister, Grace Lingrel, 20 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great-grandchildren.

Margaret worked at Marysville Bowling Lanes, Lamplighter, KFC and Burger King, and she owned and operated the Sportsman Lounge for a short time. She enjoyed playing cards and was a flawless embroiderer, and avid gardener/canner and treasured her time listening to Conway, Loretta, George and Tammy.

Public graveside services (everyone is welcome) will be Friday, November 27, 2020 at 11:00 AM at the Mount Pleasant Cemetery near Mt. Victory with Pastor Joseph Rhea officiating.

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#1 from: riyley kerns
marysville ohio
riyleyk@gmail.com Fri, Aug 6, 2021 at 5:37 PM

i’m justices daughter which is lisas daughter (justice). i really do miss her alot, when she was in the nursing home Lisa and I would visit gma margaret all the time and she was like a bestfriend to me :( . i am now relieved that she is in a better place now but i do truely miss her alot. she was alot to handle but thats what i loved about my gma. she always kept us busy and i enjoyed spending time with her, and those crazy stories she told would just make our day. i really do miss you gma . i hope ur livin the life right now :(….

#2 from: skylar warrick
skylarjae68@gmail.com Sun, Mar 6, 2022 at 11:50 PM

This lady raised me, she was my best-friend. We were always inseparable. There's things in my day to day life currently that still remind me of her,I like to think that she visits me as birds and butterflies. Whenever I see a red cardinal I say "It's my maw-maw", i compare her to butterflies because they're soft and delicate just like she was. She truly had a heart of gold and is deeply missed. When she left it was like my world fell apart and i felt as if i'd never hear or be seen by her again, that all changed when I started to feel her presence more and more. Forever loved and missed. Rest easy grandma I love you to infinity.  

#3 from: Skylar
Clanton AL
skylarjae68@gmail.com Wed, Nov 23, 2022 at 11:58 PM

It’s been two years, two years since you closed your eyes forever, two years since you took your last breath. Two years since half of my whole heart vanished. There’s no more visits, no more Walmart trips, no more card games, no more watching the price is right, no more morning coffees, no more visiting ruby. I miss You beyond words. 💙

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