Martha J. Mullaly, 81 of Rootstown, died Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at her residence. She was born March 4, 1933 in Coitsville Township, Ohio to the late Blair and Margaret (Fidram) Clark . She was a member of University Parish Newman Center, a member of the Dominican Sisters of Peace and operated Martha Mullaly Cake Decorating and Supply.
Survivors include her daughters Kathleen Mullaly of Akron, Colleen (Edward) Rosenberger and Cynthia M. (John) Rude both of Rootstown, sons Michael (Vickie) Mullaly of Brimfield, Patrick (Diane) Mullaly of Salt Lake City, Utah and Brian (Stephanie) Mullaly of Seward, Alaska, 17 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, brothers Donald (Linda) Clark of Boardman, Thomas (Beth) Clark of New Middletown, Jerry Clark of Boardman and Larry (Peggy) Clark of FL and sister in law Wanda Clark of Boardman. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Robert C. Mullaly in 2011 and a brother Richard Clark. Calling hours will be from 9 AM to time of mass of Christian burial at 10 AM Saturday, March 8, 2014 at University Parish Newman Center with Father Steve Agostino officiating. Burial will take place on Monday at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman. In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to Grace Hospice, 3515 Massillon Road, Suite 270, Uniontown, OH 44685. Arrangements have been entrusted to Shorts Spicer Crislip Funeral Home Ravenna Chapel.
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Dear cousins, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Aunt Martha. I am sorry I am not there to support you as I am in Arizona. I remember many summers spending time with Aunt Martha and Uncle Bob, we worked in the cake shop and spent time in the kitchen and much more.
I am sorry for your loss, I understand the sadness you feel.
Love all of you,
Years ago, Martha made a Superman cake for my son whi is now 36 years old. I remember her being so friendly & helpful. God bless and be with her family. Prayers.
Dear Cindy & family,
Your Mom was a very lovely lady. She patiently taught me how to decorate cakes at Maplewood.
With deep condolences,