Margaret Elizabeth Wilson Cline, lifelong Lexington resident, passed away October 13, 2017, following a long battle with cancer.
The daughter of Joseph and Libby Wilson, Margaret was born October 24, 1928 in Morehead, Kentucky. Early in her high school years her family moved to Lexington, Ohio where she graduated from Lexington High School in 1947. On May 22, 1949 she married Raymond Cline in the original Lexington Church of Christ. After years of membership in the Lexington Church of Christ and the First Alliance Church, Ray and Margaret joined the New Liberty Baptist Church family in Lexington.
Professionally, Margaret worked at Therm-O-Disc for 11 years in the payroll department. She retired early to assist with her father's healthcare at Hillcrest Nursing home where she worked as an Activities Director. Margaret enjoyed gardening, flower arranging, cooking, reading and fellowshipping with her friends in garden club and Bible study groups.
Margaret's priority in life was her family. She was an amazing Mother and Grandma, who unconditionally loved her family. She extended her great capacity for love and caring to her many friends and extended family.
Margaret is survived by her husband Raymond Cline, her children Michael (Karla) Cline of Mansfield, Cathy (Philip) Troyer of Mansfield, and Mitchel (Judy) Cline of Lexington; grandchildren Benjamin (Osamu) Cline, Allison Cline, Adam (April) Troyer, Aaron (Bonny) Troyer, Julie (Aaron) Wilson, Jonathan (Lauren) Cline, Christopher (Jeanette) Reber, Michael (Nicole) Reber; great- grandchildren Ash Troyer, Sophia and Lily Elizabeth Wilson, Ivy Cline, Jacob Reber, Dylan, Ashton, and Skyla Reber; sisters Esther Philips, and Eva Corrine Wilson; devoted nieces Sheri Timmons and Darlene Neal as well as many nephews, nieces, extended family and a large circle of friends.
Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her brothers Edward Wilson, Elmer Wilson, and sisters Edna White and Edith Black, and her dear friend Betty Curtner.
The family will receive friends and family Thursday, October 19, 2017 from 11 am to 1 pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where a memorial service honoring the life of Margaret Elizabeth Wilson Cline will follow at 1 pm. Pastor Larry Hulver and her grandson Jonathan Cline will speak.
Memorial contributions to OhioHealth Hospice or New Liberty Baptist Church Building Fund may be made through Snyder Funeral Home.
The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Cline family and encourages messages of support be made to :www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com
Published on October 16, 2017