Olive “Ollie” Moochler (August 12, 1945 - September 13, 2021)

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Olive “Ollie” Moochler
  • August 12, 1945
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  • September 13, 2021

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Olive “Ollie” P Moochler, 76, went to be with the Lord on September 13, 2021. She was born to John and Olive Parsons on August 12, 1945 in Catskill, NY. She graduated from the Spence High School in New York City in 1963. She then graduated from Wells College later obtaining two master’s degrees. Olive began her career as an English teacher which spanned the course of 45 years. This was her passion in life until her retirement in 2014. Olive met Frederick while in college and they married. She really loved getting involved with anything related to people with disabilities. Olive volunteered with the Special Olympics, DAR, helping hands in the community. Her entire life she always loved singing which involved joining the choir at many churches including St. George Episcopal Church in The Villages, Fl.
Olive is survived by her husband Fred; son, Freddie Moochler; daughter, Amelia Komanecky;; grandchildren; Stephen and Casey Komanecky and her brother Charles (Meg) Parsons. Olive is preceded in death by stepson Nicholas Moochler and her brother Fred Parsons.
Olive really enjoyed her times with her friends at the dog park every morning. Family will have services at a later date in up state New York. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Special Olympics in her name. Online condolences may be said at www.baldwincremation.com.

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  1. Helen Brydon says:
    14 Oct 2021
    I do not think I will ever get over Ollie's death. We met when we sang with the Bach Meistersingers. I used to look after Freddie when she had to go out of town. I met her mother when she lived at Ginger Cove where I worked. We used to talk several times a week. I helped her when her mother died. I helped her when she moved to Florida. She gave me her mother's secretary to say thank you. I did get to see her a couple of times when I was in Florida visiting my niece. I loved Freddie. When I had cats he would leave messages for them on my answering machine. I have to tell David at The Leader, a shop in Annapolis which Barbara, Ollie visited every time she came to Annapolis. Ollie was a terrific friend.

  2. Barbara Brand says:
    12 Oct 2021
    Devastated to have only now learned this news, a month later. We met in the choir at St. Anne's, Annapolis -- Ollie was a dear friend and a great singer! She, Helen and I would meet twice a year for lunch and fun times after I moved away from Annapolis. When she moved to Florida with her family, will still managed to meet in Annapolis during her annual visits with Freddie. I will miss her so much.

  3. Barbara Brand says:
    12 Oct 2021
    It is a month later and I am just learning today of this sudden loss. My heart aches for Fred, Amy and Freddie and I am holding them close in my thoughts. Her dear friends who worked (and sang) with her in Annapolis, MD will be devastated I met Ollie back in the 1980's when I joined the choir at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, and we also sang together in an a capella choir that specialized in Baroque music. After I moved away, we still met twice a year with our dear friend Helen for lunch, shopping and fun times. Even when she moved with her family to Florida, we still had a chance to catch up on her annual visits with Freddie, and we shared laughs in our favorite Annapolis restaurants. August was our last reunion, how glad I am that the three of us could see each other after almost two years apart. I will miss her so much -- her smile in particular.

  4. Lisa Paddock Dorsey says:
    21 Sep 2021
    Ollie was my esteemed colleague and good friend at Key School. A true friend, we shared many challenging times together, and I remember her can-do spirit and bright eyes. I was privileged to work alongside Ollie and our friend Jane for many years teaching 5th grade, and always channeled their fortitude and caring for others in my jobs afterwards. I learned so much from Ollie, and can’t believe she is gone. My heart goes out to Freddie and Fred, as well as her extended family and friends. Amy, if you can reach out to the Annapolis friends with details as to the future services, we would be grateful.

  5. Anne Bosler says:
    19 Sep 2021
    Ollie was one of the first volunteers to the Caring Neighbors program in the Village of Hadley. She was a special person who touched many lives. Our prayers and condolences to her family. She will surely be missed.

    Anne Bosler
    Caring Neighbors Founder

  6. Peggy Weidner says:
    19 Sep 2021
    My deepest condolences to Ollie"s family for the loss of wife & mother. I know Ollie through Hadley Caring Neighbors in The Villaages, FL.
    She was always so pleasant and ever ready to help anyone who had a special need. She was a wonderful and much loved by her friends in The Villages.

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  9. Madi Clark says:
    17 Sep 2021
    Shocked and saddened by Ollie's sudden death. She was a member of the Hadley Caring Neighbors Group and we talked last week at our most recent meeting. She was always so cheerful and so friendly and I will miss her. Sincere condolences to her family and may God bless her and her loved ones always.

  10. Maureen & Rick Tyson lit a candle:
    16 Sep 2021
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  11. Lelia and jim Mullis says:
    16 Sep 2021
    We loved Ollie, especially singing in the St. George choir with her. She will be missed very much.

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  14. Michael Panek says:
    16 Sep 2021
    So sorry Fred. May she Rest In Peace.

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  16. Benjamin Warner says:
    16 Sep 2021
    Ms. Moochler was a wonderful teacher; the sentence-level grammar lessons I learned from her I still use when teaching college English. She was kind and generous, and I will always remember her fondly. I'm very sorry for the loss.

  17. Kim Hollister lit a candle:
    16 Sep 2021
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  18. Don Laxton says:
    16 Sep 2021
    Ollie was my English teacher at Union Springs. She was one of those very special teachers who made a lasting impression on me and I am certain thousands of others. Condolences to Fred and family.

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  23. Anne Marie Comaratta says:
    15 Sep 2021
    Ollie was a gifted teacher & supportive colleague. (I taught with her at The Key School.) Her love for her son and dedication to people with disabilities inspired me! I'm so saddened by this news. It was a privilege to know her.

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  25. Kim Northrup says:
    15 Sep 2021
    Sending love and large hugs to the family of Olive. She was a best friend and DAR sister. She will always have a place in my heart.
    Kim Northrup

  26. Kim Northrup lit a candle:
    15 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 15, 2021 at 9:27:39 AM

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