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Zoller, Maria

Posted: Fri 12:33 PM, Feb 09, 2018
Funeral Home: Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg
Maria Zoller, 92 of Parkersburg, passed away February 8, 2018 at the Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg.

She was born December 5, 1925 in Torokbalint, Hungary, a daughter of the late Anton and Marie (Zinn) Gessler.

Mrs. Zoller was a devoted housewife and homemaker who loved working in the garden and taking care of her flowers. She loved her kids and grandkids. She was a member of Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church and sang in the Church Choir for as long as she was able. She had a smile and a hug for everyone she met.

Surviving is her daughter Rosie Waybright, sons: Werner Zoller (Paula), John Zoller (Angie) and Steve Zoller and brother Anton Gessler (Kathy).

She also leaves behind her grandchildren: Teena Zoller-Musgrove, Stacy Varner, Valerie Matthews, Erika Krieg and Contessa Drain, step grandchildren: Cody and Dustin Burns and great grandchildren: Callie, Layla, Jack, Aiden, Avery, Rowan, Everett, Colton, Rylee, Abby and Dalton.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Rudi Zoller, sister Katie Illar and son-in-law Rodney Waybright.

Funeral services will be Monday 1PM at the Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg with Reverend Steve Vallelonga officiating.

Interment will follow at Mount Carmel Cemetery.

Visitation will be Sunday 2-5 PM.

The family would like to thank Cedar Grove Assisted Living for the care and compassion shown to Mrs. Zoller in her final days.

Also, special thanks to Dr. Onestingel for his ongoing dedication and Camden Clark Emergency Department for their great kindness shown to Mrs. Zoller and family.

Online guests may send condolences to the family by visiting www.LeavittFuneralHome.com.

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