On the morning of April 16, 2016, Margie was welcomed into the loving embrace of her husband, son and daughter in heaven.
She was born in Tiffin, OH on May 2, 1932 and graduated from Calvert High School in 1950. After graduation she worked at the Ohio Bell Telephone Co. in Tiffin and later in Toledo.
On June 28, 1952 she married the love of her life, Anthony J. KaSavage Jr. in Washington D.C. and he preceded her in death on May 9, 2010. Also preceding her in death were her parents, Gilbert and Erma (Kleinfelter) Schock; son, Anthony J. KaSavage III; daughter, Linda M. Carroll; brother, John Schock and sister, Marilyn Schock.
She is survived by a son, Phillip (Kurt) KaSavage, San Diego, CA; daughter, Julia T. KaSavage; grandchildren, Anthony J. KaSavage IV, both of Fremont, OH; John F. Carroll (Dr. Carrie Hawk), New Philadelphia, OH, Elizabeth
A. Carroll, Cincinnati, OH and Margaret K. KaSavage, Blacklick, OH; daughter-in-law, Kathy KaSavage, Columbus, OH and son-in-law, Don Carroll, Cincinnati, OH. She is also survived by her sister, Marylou (Burt) Moore, Fort Worth, TX and brothers, Jerry (Daisy) Schock, Visalia, CA, Joe (Dorothy) Schock and Jim (Sue) Schock, both of Tiffin, OH, along with “Honorary” grandchildren, Cassy Mumford and Keith Holley; great grandchildren, Andre and Rylee Holley as well as special family friends Andrew and Dodie Capogrosso.
Margie was a very active pro-life and service minded woman, serving for many years on several Toledo Diocesan councils and committees. She was one of the founding members of HeartBeat of Toledo in 1971, a center dedicated to helping unwed expectant mothers make the choice to keep their babies rather than having an abortion. This center served as a model for subsequent centers throughout Ohio and the rest of the nation. She also served for many years on the board of Our Lady of Toledo Shrine, a facility dedicated to providing housing and other types of assistance for unwed expectant mothers. She, along with her husband Tony, spent countless volunteer hours performing renovations, maintenance and upkeep work there.
A heartfelt thanks to the loving staff at Windsor Lane Health Care.
Visitation: Thursday from 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm with a Vigil Service at 7:45 pm at Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home and Crematory, 425 E. State St., Fremont, OH.
Mass of Christian Burial: Friday, April 22, 2016, 1:00 pm at St Mary’s Catholic Church, St. Rt. 635, Millersville, OH with Fr. Christopher Bazar.
Burial will be at a later date.
Memorials can be made in honor of Margie to the donor’s choice.
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Julee, you are in my thoughts and prays.
Tom Wagener Sr.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy. We cannot attend as Tom is having a medical procedure on Thursday, but we will be thinking of you. Marge and Tony were good Maumee Fir e Dept. friends.
Thoughts are with you and Phillip at this difficult time. I have only great memories of your mother and the rest of your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know I am praying for you all.
Greg and I are holding you and Anthony in our hearts and prayers at the time
Julee, Phillip and Anthony;
What a lovely tribute to your Mother and your family.
I will always remember the Christmas holiday get to gather that your parents invited us to before we moved. What a great night that was !
I will cherish the many memories I have of both of them and the love they shared.
Jules, Your mom sure was a special lady and she always made me smile when l walked in her room at Windsor Lane… Heaven has gained another Angel ❤ My sincere condolences to You and Noah. RIP Margaret
Julee and Phillip, Sorry for the loss of your Mother. She was a wonderful person we remember from our youth. The Fecks
I have no words. Going thru grief myself but my heart goes to you. God received another angel. Prayers for you and yours.
My you find peace knowing you have another soul looking down on you.
Rick, Mom loved her talks with you. Thank you so much. Hope to see you soon. Julee
The entire Kasavage family is in our prayers.
May God bless you and give you peace.
Malinda & Jim Woodring
My deepest sympathy to Marge’s family. Marge and I became good friends in those first months of Heartbeat’s beginnings. We worked together on the Agency-Liaison committee. I came to respeact and admire her as we travelled to the local agencies informing them of our new organization. I will especially remember her kindness and compassion.
Associated Buyers Inc
With Deepest Sympathy
In your time of sorrow may it ease your pain to know that others are thinking of you.
Associated Buyers Employees and Their Families
Edward, Sandra and Donald L. Schultz
What a loss of an amazing, big hearted, smart, strong, wonderful woman!! (Not to mention that is is the mother of my dearest friend, Julee.) My daughter and I are deeply saddened and our hearts go out to Julee, Anthony and the rest of her family!
Julie and family, I am sorry for loss, she was one of my favorite aunts, I have alot of great memories from when we were kids hiding in the corn field and she would hollor for all of us. lol ( hope i put a smile on your face) she will greatly be missed. I want to apologize for not posting earlier as for I did not find out till yesterday and spoke to dad this afternoon and decided to look u guys up. U are in my prayers and thoughts. I love u cuz.