Marilyn Ann Carder

September 22, 1935 - January 9, 2022
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Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.
Ralph and Linda Hollar
Betty Hardy Baker
Betty Hardy Baker
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Brad Carder
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Marilyn Ann (Mault) Carder, age 86, received her Heavenly wings, January 9, 2022 at 8:34 P.M., at the Kessler Estates Senior Living Lima, Ohio, while followed by Putnam County Hospice Comfort Care.
She was born on September 22, 1935 at home in Lima, Ohio to the late Orville Bernard “Tom” and Dorothy Elizabeth (Ramey) Mault.
On August 15, 1959, at Rousculp Church of Christ, by the Reverend Ivan LaValle, she married Jimmie (Jim) Robert Carder, who proceeded her in death in 2014.
She was a graduate of Cridersville High School and Cincinnati Bible College.
She was employed by Pangles, The Leader, Lima Memorial Hospital, and Walmart.
She had been involved with the Bath Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and Bath Boosters. She and her husband enjoyed going to the girls’ softball/basketball games, and the boys basketball games.
She enjoyed traveling to all the states, but especially to Branson MO, and Pigeon Forge, TN to see the shows, and going to the Cincinnati Reds home games.
She was a Girl Scout leader for Troop 70, helped for many years doing VBS, enjoyed reading, doing word search, and doing puzzles.
Survivors include a daughter; Christine Ann (Douglas) McDorman, of Elida; a son, Scott Allen (Lenora “Blue”) Carder, of St. Johns; daughter-In-Law, Annette Carder Dozier.
Grandchildren; Diana (Russell) Hill, Rebecca Carder, Brad Carder, Nathan Carder, Kaylee Hopkins, Amanda (Anthony) Kuhn, Travis (Katherine) McDorman, Dylan McDorman, Calvin (Tiffany) Carder, Shawn Carder, Kayla Carder.
Step Grandchildren; Loriann Richard, Annette Richard, Nichole Croft, Tia King.
Great Grandchildren; Whitney, Dakota, Austin, and Jasmine Hill, Connor, Mason, and Keagan Carder, Kaylee Kuhn, Bryce Carder, Daniel Chesbro, Taylor Boedecker, Sarah Kitchen, Jayden Carder, Aiden Carder, Nevaeh Carder, Kaden Carder, (Twins, Carder Brian, and Amelia Battelle McDorman, and a baby due (mom, Kayla Carder) this spring).
Step Great Grandchildren; Stefan Zeggert, Addysen and Kinlee Kiraly, Nolan Nue, Sebastian Carder.
Sibling; a sister Barbara Jean Ulrick, of Fort Wayne, IN; brother-in-law, Darwin “Ed” Wade, of Wapakoneta.
Survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Proceeded her in death; 2 sons, Mark Allen Carder, Terry Lee Carder.
Grandchild; Brian Douglas McDorman; Step Grandchild; Zachary Edmiston.
Siblings; 2 brothers, Orville Bernard Mault Jr, Tommy Mault; 2 sisters, Helen Wade, Betty Craig.
In-Laws; Samuel and Ethel (Baxter) Carder.
Sister-In-Laws; Fern “Dottie” Kreamer, Rozzella “Sis” Bonnell, Evie Marie Hall, Eleanor Carder, Joann Carder, Dorothy Jean Carder, Caroline Carder (Twin).
Brother-In-Laws; Lornie Kreamer, Leroy Bonnell, William Hall, Richard “Dick” Carder, Carl Carder, Robert Carder, Carl Carder (Twin), Dale Craig, Byron Ulrick.
Family will receive family and friends Friday, January 14, between 4-8 P.M. at Bayliff & Sons Funeral Home, Cridersville, Ohio.
There will be no funeral service. Cremation to follow.
Scott & Chris would like to thank Putnam County Comfort Care and Kessler Estates Assisted Living for taking great care of mom.
Donations made be made out to Korean War Veterans Association, P.O. Box 407, Charleston, Illinois 61920.

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Date: Friday, January 14, 2022

Time: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.


311 West Main Street, Cridersville, OH, 45806


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Born: September 22, 1935
Died: January 9, 2022

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Putnam Co Hospice posted on 1/19/22

The Staff of Putnam Co Hospice sends our deepest sympathy for your loss. We will keep Marilyn and all her family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.


Ralph and Linda Hollar posted on 1/15/22

Scott, We are so sorry for your loss. Ralph and I are unable to attend visitation hours for your Mom but we are thinking of you and your family.


Betty Hardy Baker posted on 1/15/22

Will never forget the good times we had at Cincinnati. Lots of fun. Wanted to see you one more time but it wasn't to be. Betty


Betty Hardy Baker posted on 1/15/22

In memory of Marilyn Ann Carder, Betty Hardy Baker lit a candle


Kim Wells posted on 1/14/22

Chris Scott and families Prayers of comfort for you the loss of Aunt Marilyn. Kim


Annette Carder-Dozier posted on 1/14/22

I am so sorry to see you go to the world beyond. You are in a better place and with your soul mate. You and your family had always been special to me. All of you treated me as one of yours and for that I will always be grateful. I will miss you as well as others. Can't wait to see you my time will come till then I love you


Brad Carder posted on 1/13/22

Forever loved and always missed.


Kathy Thompson posted on 1/12/22

So very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers during this difficult time.


Karen Van Meter posted on 1/12/22

God Bless her Heart. It was such a pleasure to be friends with both Marilyn and Jim. I have no doubt they will so enjoy being back together again. Prayers of comfort being sent for all the family left here.


Shawn noeltner posted on 1/12/22

Sorry for your loss.


Rosie Szippl posted on 1/12/22

In memory of Marilyn Ann Carder, Rosie Szippl lit a candle


Nicole Myers posted on 1/12/22

She was a awesome lady I worked with her at Walmart and I was new dept manager in domestics she taught me everything. She was a great friend and when I went through my divorce she was there for me to cry on and helped me get through that. She was simply amazing ❤️Her family is in my thoughts and prayers.


Rachelle Wildermuth-Bohinski posted on 1/12/22

Marilyn was always a great people greeter at both #1330 and #3206. She was one of our best employees who showed pride and dedication, even after retiring from our store. She would come and always stop and visit with us every time she was in our store. She will dearly be missed.