Zizelman Spindler, 92, of Hoagland, Indiana, formerly of Rockford,
passed away Monday, November 23, 2020, at 6:30 p.m., at Adams Heritage
in Monroeville, Indiana.
Louise was born on October 30, 1928, in Mercer County, Ohio, the
daughter of Charles H. and Zelma (Shupp) Zizelman.
She was a graduate of Rockford High School, and on July 29, 1951, she
married Paul Spindler, who preceded in death on July 24, 1996. Louise
had lived the past 55 years in Hoagland, and was a member of the Antioch
Lutheran Church in Hoagland. She had worked at Stokely in Celina, Ohio,
and Huffy’s also in Celina; she then worked at Peridot molding company
in Hoagland, and later at Wal-Mart in Decatur, Indiana. She was very
active in her church, where she had served as the secretary of the
Ladies Aid and also served on the church council. She was an avid
gardener and loved grooming her lawn and taking care of all her
flowers. In the Spring, she would have lots of spring flowers and lots
of planters—when Winter rolled around, she could be seen shoveling snow,
up until the last couple of years. Her family was everything to her—her
children and her grandchildren; as long as she was able, she loved going
to her grandkids sports events.
She and Paul had 5
children: Russell (Annette) Spindler of Rockford, Ohio; Steve Spindler
of Houston, Texas, Jeff Spindler, who is deceased, Dave (Linda) Spindler
of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Karen Hilyard of Decatur, Indiana.
Surviving are 4 grandchildren: Taylor Hilyard, Paige Hilyard, Jordan
Hilyard, and Jake Spindler; deceased are two grandchildren: Royce
Spindler and Regis Spindler, and a step-grandchild, Randy Sovine.
Louise also has two great-grandchildren: Rhylynn Hilyard and Jaylynn
Hilyard. Surviving is a brother, Charles “Butch” Zizelman of Celina,
Ohio and 4 sisters: Betty Sites, Celina, Ohio; Juanita Matthews,
Neptune, Ohio; Joanne of Wisconsin; Patty Wilson, Celina, Ohio; and a
brother-in-law, Dallas Coats of Celina, Ohio. Deceased is a brother,
Gene Zizelman, a sister and her husband, Kate and “Junior” Rickard, a
brother-in-law, John Sites, and a son-in-law, Brad Hllyard.
relatives may call at Ketcham-Ripley Funeral Home in Rockford, Ohio, on
Saturday, November 28, 2020, from 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Those attending
must wear masks and social distance 6 feet from other attendees.
Following the visitation, there will be a private service for the
family, due to Covid 19 restrictions for the maximum amount of people,
the funeral home can accommodate, adhering to social distancing.
Officiating will be Pastor David Taylor. Burial will follow in Mercer
Memory Gardens, Celina, Ohio.
Memorials may be directed to the Antioch Lutheran Church in Hoagland.
Condolences may be
will be recorded and can be viewed later that day on the funeral home
and will be available for the next three months.
Doris C. (George)
Now, 92, of Westerville, Ohio (formerly Celina, Ohio) passed away at the
Village of Westerville on Monday, November 23, 2020.
Doris was born on July 28, 1928 in Garman, Pennsylvania to Dr. Clarence
and Anna (Crago) George.
After graduating from Har-Brack High School, Brackenridge, PA in 1946,
she attended Findlay College where she met her husband Morris A. Now.
They were married on August 14, 1949.
Doris was a
dedicated mother to six children. She loved to sew and made clothing,
dolls, and stuffed animals for her children and later her
grandchildren. She was a wonderful cook. Doris enjoyed football, and
she spent many Friday nights cheering on the Celina Sr. High Bulldogs
and Sunday afternoons rooting for her Pittsburgh Steelers. After her
children were all in school, Doris worked as an Accounts Receivable
Clerk at Landmark Celina, she retired in 1988. In her retirement Doris
enjoyed traveling, playing golf, and researching family genealogy with
Doris is survived by her husband of 71 years, Morris Now, as well as
their six children: Pamela (Jim) Bricher and Candace Brelsford, both of
Valparaiso, Indiana, Glenda (Tony) Buschur of Lac Du Flambeau,
Wisconsin, Debra (Curt) Shively of Westerville, Ohio, Sandra Now of
Celina, Ohio, and Michael Now of Dayton, Ohio . Also surviving are 17
grandchildren and 14 great- grandchildren.
Doris was preceded in death by a son- in- law, William Brelsford; a
sister, Betty Wetzel; two brothers, Richard George and Rahl George; two
sisters-in-law, three brothers-in-law, and one granddaughter.
Doris was a faithful Christian and was a member of Grand Lake United
Methodist Church in Celina, Ohio.
A memorial service will be held at a later time.
In memory of Doris, contributions could be made to Heartland Hospice
(6500 Busch Blvd. #210, Columbus 43229) or to Grand Lake United
Methodist (119 E. Fulton St, Celina 45822).
Cisco Funeral Homes
of Celina & St. Marys are honored to care for Doris and her family.
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