Margaret Ann Welcheck

Born: Wed., Jun. 10, 1925
Died: Thu., May 14, 2020

Family to do services at later date

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Margaret Ann Welcheck, 94, of Toledo, passed away on May 14, 2020. She was born on June 10, 1925 to Charles E. and Cora M. (Weinandy) Hauck in Toledo.  Margaret began her career working at Autolite, then went to work for Roger’s National Research, IBM, Service Bureau, and retired from NFO Research in 1986.  She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church for 54 years and active with their festivals.
Margaret loved to crochet, knit, read, feed, and watch birds.  Above all she loved her family, friends, and neighbors. Margaret always helped those in need, even those she did not know. Margaret was a Christian woman in the true sense always placing others before herself with joy, never complaining.
As a 1943 graduate of Central Catholic High School, she has been a life-long booster.  Always remembering the high school years and what they meant to her.
She would often remember the times she would spend with her best friend, Betty Gozdowski, who were often caught laughing, talking, and enjoying their time together.
Margaret was preceded in death by her loving husband, Edward J.; son, James D.; daughter, Barbara A.; brothers, Charles J., Edward D. and Tom R. Hauck; and sisters, Corinne M. Rahm, Mary C. Baumgartner, Florence R. Sheroian, and Eleanor F. Carr. She will be dearly missed by her children, Margaret M. (Charles O.) Martin, Edward C., Veronica E., Jeffrey T., and Michael J.; step grandson, Charles O. Martin Jr. (Jacqueline) ; great grandchildren, Grace Olivia and John Charles; and extended family and friends.
Margaret’s strong Christian ethics, her love of family and others, her smile, her laugh, her sense of humor will be greatly missed until we see her again.
John 16:22 So you have sorrow now, but I will see you again; then you will rejoice, and no one can rob you of that joy.
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, burial will be private. Memorial services will be announced for a future date. Memorial tributes may be directed to Our Lady of Lourdes Church Building Fund or Central Catholic High School.

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Margaret M Hauck
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
Aunt Margaret was a great Lady. I was proud to be named after her.

Carl & Violet Forwerck
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
Oh MJ & Chuck, We are so sorry for your loss. She truly was one of a kind. We pray you and the rest of your family we be comforted in knowing that Margaret is with our father in heaven. We love you.

Kathy Carr Moses
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
Aunt Margaret’s laughter and wit will live on in our memories forever. She will be greatly missed by all who new her. My prayers are with all my Welcheck cousins at this very difficult time.

Dave & Lynn Gurica
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
Dave and I were sad to hear that Aunt Margaret passed away. She was always such a positive, friendly, and caring lady. She amazed us with her determination to be present at as many family gatherings as she could make. Even though it was hard for her to get around in her later years, she still made the effort and got to the party, (with the help of all of her kind and caring children), and she always looked SHARP. She blessed all of you, all of US, with her love and goodness and she will be remembered with a smile and much affection.

Please accept our deepest sympathy. God bless and comfort all of you, her loved ones.

Susan Romans
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
Margaret and Chuck, My heart goes out to you and your family. I know how much you loved your Mom and I am thankful I was able to meet her. I am praying and thinking of you on this day. "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted." Matthew 5:4

Michelle Blevins
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
Ed, I just heard about your mom's passing. I know how devoted you were to her and I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family. May God comfort you with all the beautiful memories you have.

Anita Barrientos Mauter
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
Margaret and Chuck, I send you my deepest sympathy. You both remain in my heart and surely in my prayers. I pray the Lord stays ever closer to you especially now, with His loving Comfort. Anita Barrientos Mauter

Sena Mourad-Friedman
   Posted Mon May 18, 2020
My dearest Margaret,
I understand what a difficult time this is for your heart and spirit. Please know that I am keeping you n my prayers and asking God to place a healing hand on you that gives you peace. I did not have the pleasure or honor to meet your incredible mother, but because I know her daughter, I can tell you that she was kind, thoughtful, wise, and most loving. Do not hesitate to call me if there is anything I can do to help you.
With all my love,

Sue Augustyniak
   Posted Mon May 18, 2020
Hello Margaret and family .- The thrift shop sends our love and sympathy. You mother was a dear person, we always enjoyed seeing her. She was always nice to us girls. I know that she will be missed by all who knew her. I hope to see you and your hubby once in a while in the store. I am sending virtual hugs to you and the family.

Pat Colter
   Posted Mon May 18, 2020
Dear Ed, I was so sorry to read of your mother's death. You really look like her. She taught you your Christian ways and I was privileged to see that when we worked at NF0. You have my deepest sympathy. Cherish your memories of her . Sympathies to your family as well.

Very sincerely,
Pat Colter (retired NFO/TNS Doc. Prod.)


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