Gladys "Tye" Stahl

November 9, 1915 - September 14, 2006
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Gladys K. “Tye” Stahl, age 90 of New Philadelphia, died September 14, 2006 at Hennis Care Centre in Dover.

Tye was born November 9, 1915 in New Philadelphia to the late John and Laura Wise Christy.

She attended New Philadelphia High School. Tye worked at Union Hospital as a nurse’s aide for 10 years. Tye was a …

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Gladys K. “Tye” Stahl, age 90 of New Philadelphia, died September 14, 2006 at Hennis Care Centre in Dover.

Tye was born November 9, 1915 in New Philadelphia to the late John and Laura Wise Christy.

She attended New Philadelphia High School. Tye worked at Union Hospital as a nurse’s aide for 10 years. Tye was a member of the Sacred Heart Church Altar Society and a life member of the Lady Elks of New Philadelphia. Tye was very active enjoying bowling, golfing and hiking. Tye could always be found at the Dover Farmers’ Market during the summer.

Tye was preceded in death by her husband George W. Stahl, who died July 3, 1968; her parents; three sisters and two brothers.

She is survived by her daughter, Linda L. (Richard) Leggett of Strasburg; grandchildren, Melody (John) Elliott and son, Andrew of Granger, Indiana; Laura (Mike) Wright and children, Heather and Ryan of Uhrichsville; Greg (Theresa) Leggett and children, Casey, Abbey, and Rachel of New Philadelphia; Rick Leggett and children, Kyle and Stephanie of Canton; and Christy (John) Jones and children, Christian and Conner of Columbus, Ohio.

A private family service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 139 Third Street NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

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Born: November 9, 1915
Died: September 14, 2006

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Katie Binkley posted on 9/16/06

Dear Linda, My deepest sympathy in your losss. My mother was one of your mother's roommates back in 2005. I took a picture of you and your mother outside that early spring and gave you a copy so you know who I am. She was a great gal and will be greatly missed. I still greatly miss my mother, I feel so empty because I talked every day and visited her every two weeks for many years. Love to you and yours. Katie Binkley

 

Jacque Ferrell posted on 9/16/06

Linda, just wanted to let you know it was so good getting to know your Mom a little thru her good times with us and her bad. Enjoyed her. Also enjoyed seeing you almost every day. Sincerely, Jacque

 

ERIN GILBERT posted on 9/18/06

MY DEEPEST SYMPOTHY TO TYE'S FAMILY. HENNIS WON'T BE THE SAME. WE CARED FOR HER DEEPLY AND WISH THE FAMILY THE VERY BEST. ERIN

 

Mike Scholles posted on 9/17/06

I will always remember Tye Stahl as my "shadow" at Hennis Care Centre in Dover. When she was able to walk and get around, she was always there to help me and to be my buddy. We will miss you Tye! Hit a home run in Heaven for all of us!!! Mike Scholles

 

Linda (Clark) Tsarouhas posted on 9/17/06

To all the Leggetts, So sorry to hear of Tye's passing. I have great memories of her as we were growing up. I'll always remember her for her wit and sense of humor. May those fond memories help you through this time of sorrow. With Love and Sympathy, Tony, Linda, Pano & Katerina Tsarouhas

 

Shari Toth (Miller) posted on 9/18/06

Dear Linda and Family, You have my deepest simpathy in the death of you mom. Please extend my simpathy to your family.

 

Becky and Paul Beitzel posted on 9/16/06

Linda, We were sorry to hear about your mother's passing. We want you to know you and your family are in our prayers. Paul and Becky

 

Louis Clark & Suzi Thomas posted on 9/17/06

We are sorry to hear of Tye's passing. We have alot of memories of time spent with her. You have our deepest sympathies. Lou Clark & Suzi Thomas

 

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