Shirley Muschweck

June 1, 1934 - January 12, 2021
Shirley Muschweck

 

2 Timothy 4:7

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.

 

Shirley Mae Muschweck, age 86, of Dublin, Ohio died at the Kobacker House on January 12, 2021 after an extended illness.  She was a 15-year kidney transplant survivor, as well as a breast cancer survivor.

Born in East Liverpool, Ohio on June 1, 1934, Ms. Muschweck was the daughter of the late Henry Albert and Mildred Catherine (McMahon) Muschweck. She graduated from East Liverpool High School in 1952, and moved to Columbus at age 19. She went on to become a supervisor at Ohio Bell, where she retired after 37 years. Shirley was a member of the First Christian Missionary Alliance in Columbus and was very involved in missions, both locally & overseas.

Survivors include a brother: Henry Albert “Pete” (Shirley Ellen Wilson) Muschweck of Grove City, Ohio; three sisters: Sandy Muschweck of East Liverpool, Ohio, Beverly Jean (Elmer) Keaton of East Liverpool, Ohio, and Linda Lee (Stanley) Mote of Union City, Indiana; eight nieces & nephews: Chris Bangor, Kathy Drosos, Rob Keaton, Lynn Muschweck, David Muschweck, Lisa Hamilton, Johnny Cumberledge, and Sally McArthur. She also leaves behind many great-nieces & nephews, as well as several great-great nieces & nephews.

In addition to her parents, Shirley was preceded in death by her niece Megan Marie Muschweck.

The family held a private service at the Martin Chapel of the Care Funeral & Cremation Specialists in Calcutta, Ohio. Burial took place at Spring Grove Cemetery.


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  • January 22, 2021
    Barbara Scott says:
    My deepest sympathy to the entire family. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • January 25, 2021
    Kathy Drosos says:
    I love and miss you Aunt Shirl. Still hard to believe you are gone. I so enjoyed the time we spent together these past few years. And these past few months mean even more to me. You will forever hold a special place in my heart. You’re with family and friends now. Free from pain. God Bless.