Marianna G. (Hostetler) Weisel

Born: 09/03/1960 Passed:

Marianna G. (Hostetler) Weisel, Age 59, of Atwater, Ohio went home to be with her Lord on Monday, January 6, 2020, at the Seidman Cancer Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

Marianna was born on September 3, 1960, in Dover, Ohio. She was a 1978 graduate of Louisville High School. And on November 24, 1984, she married Stephen Weisel. She was a homemaker and later a home health aide. She was an active member of the Hartville Wesleyan Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday School.

Marianna was a gentle and loving spirit. She loved spending time with her family- especially her grandchildren, her brothers, sisters, and friends. She was always helping others- celebrating their successes and encouraging them during their struggles.

She is preceded in death by two brothers, Richard Hostetler and Wilbert “Bud” Brink.

Along with her husband, she is survived by sons; Nathan (Tana) Weisel and Jeffrey (Tiffany) Weisel;  sisters, Roxy (Larry) Carr, Lucille (James) Mowrer; brothers, Todd (Jennifer) Hostetler, Harold (Erleen) Hostetler, Michael Hostetler, James (Loretta) Brink, Frank (Doris) Humphrey, Art (Debbie) Rettig; grandchildren; Brett, Brock, Blake, Makenzie, and Kolten Weisel; several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020, 11:30 a.m. at Bethany Mennonite Church, 3497 Edison Street N.E., Hartville, Ohio 44632, with Rev. Joseph Smith officiating. Calling hours will be from 10 to 11:30a.m., prior to the service.

The family would like to thank the staff at Seidman Cancer Center for their wonderful care.

Condolences and special memories can be shared at

Heritage Cremation Society




11 Tributes to Marianna G. (Hostetler) Weisel

  1. Loving Sister, Roxy says:

    I remember the day Marianna was born…I was happy to have another Sister…We grew up physically separated, but she was always in my heart…. What Joy when we all reunited and I had the pleasure of a growing relationship with a beautiful person!! She will continue to be in my heart, until we are together again! Much Love and Prayers to Steve and Family!

  2. Todd Hostetler says:

    Marianna was such a kind and wonderful sister. Every time I injured myself as a child, it was often, she was always the first one there to pick me up, clean my cuts and just love me! She is greatly missed and I so wish I could here her voice again but We will be together again! Love you all and Jen, the boys and I are praying for Steve and the boys.

    • Rose Boyce says:

      Marianna and I became friends when she helped take care of my mother. She truly was a wonderful, Godly friend. I look forward to seeing her again in heaven.
      My condolences to family and friends.

    • Rev. Dan and Tammy Fair says:

      Marianna loved her family and the Lord. She was always available to help cook, teach or work in church ministries. Her family was often at our home during our early pastorate at the Hartville Wesleyan Church. Over the years she has been an encouragement. We sorrow with her family!

  3. Tawna Ellis says:

    I will truly miss my sweet friend . She was a quiet loving spirited woman who loved the Lord. Special prayers for the family left behind I know how difficult times like these are.

  4. Dottie & Mike West says:

    We first met Marianna when she took care of my mother-in-law Sandy Zaleski. She quickly became a part of the family and even call her “mom”. She was a very caring person and will be missed. We enjoyed spending time with her at family events.

  5. Nyla Barrett says:

    My heart goes out to you all. I was a childhood friend who will never forget her kind way, easy smile and loyalty in friendship. I am truly sorry for our loss, but Christ’s gain. She is in fellowship with her Lord. Peace.

  6. Deborah Blowers says:

    Marianna And I became very dear friends and communicated weekly! She had such a big tender heart and would do anything for anyone! I miss her texts and her sweet spirit! But heaven is sweeter now❤️

  7. Joe Sharon Sommers says:

    Marianna was an example of a person who overcame many difficulties in life. I remember her as willing Sunday School teacher for the little children that came from the bus ministry, such willingness. A christian that overcame death! We will miss her . But will meet her in heaven, forever. May God grant peace to her family.

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