Elizabeth Moledor

Elizabeth Moledor, 81 years of age of Kent, passed away Wednesday, November 13th at Robinson Memorial Hospital. Elizabeth was born February 13, 1932, to Gretchen and Wilhelm Winnefeld and lived in Rootstown until she married Lamar Moledor August 7, 1954. Elizabeth was a Kent State graduate with her Master's Degree in Special Education. She taught 1 year at Happy Day School, left to start a family and then taught at St. Patrick's School for 37 years.

Elizabeth leaves 3 children, Barbara E. Moledor of Ravenna, Carl Moledor of Fairlawn and Ann Woodward of Kent. Also, she will be missed by grandchildren Kelly, Curtis and Susan Woodward.

Elizabeth also leaves behind sister, Betty Ruben; and brother, Bill Winnefeld. She lost her husband, Lamar in 2008; and her sister, Herta Nitz passed away several years ago.

Elizabeth was a strong person and influenced many lives over her long teaching career. She will be greatly missed.

Calling hours will be held 2-4 P.M. SUNDAY, November 17th at Bissler & Sons Funeral Home in Kent. Funeral services will be held 10:00 AM TUESDAY, November 19th at St. Patrick Church with Father Richard Pentello officiating. Burial will be held at Standing Rock Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Happy Day School, 2500 Brady Lake Road, Ravenna, OH 44266 or Hiram Farm Living and Learning Community for Persons with Autism, P.O. Box 157, Hiram, OH 44234 or St. Patrick's School Endowment Fund, 127 Portage Street, Kent, OH 44240.

(RC 11-15 & 16-13)

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  • Dear Barbara and family,

    Please accept my condolances in the loss of your Mother, Elizabeth.  I remember her sweet, kind manner from working at HDS.  I know this will be a great loss to you all.  Barbara you all will be in my prayers that Jesus will surround  you  with  his love and comfort you in this most difficult time.  Again,  I'm so sorry to hear this.

     

    Love 

    Connie

  • Mrs. Moledor was my teacher in 3rd and 4th grades at St. Patrick's. I remember her being a very kind and even tempered person.  As a teacher, she made a difference in people's lives.

     My mother, Agnes Bauer, replaced her while she was on Maternity leave while I was in 3rd grade. . My condolences go out to Mrs. Moledor's family and friends. 

    Karen Bauer Nemeth