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Molinda Lauxmiller

Molinda S Lauxmiller

Sunday, July 21st, 1946 - Monday, March 23rd, 2020
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MOLINDA S. LAUXMILLER
DAYTON Molinda Susan Lauxmiller, 73, died after a battle with cancer on Monday, March 23, 2020, with family by her side. She was born on July 21, 1946, in Celina, Ohio, to Paul W. Laux and Ruth E. (Coats) Laux, both deceased.

She is survived by her spouse of 30 years, Michael H. Henry of Dayton. As well as siblings: Donna (Carl) Stuck, North Star; Mark Laux, Tipp City; Mike (Kathy) Laux, Ft. Recovery; Debra (Allan) Farrell, Greenville; Jennifer (Ian) DiFranco, Rowlett, TX.

Also surviving are children: Susan (Randy) Heitkamp of Columbus; Sheila (Steve) Liette, Versailles; Francesca (James) Niekamp, St. Henry; Toby (Paula) Miller, Flowery Branch, GA; Wayne (Kim) Miller, Palm Coast, FL; Adam (Keetch) Miller, Great Barrington, MA; Mary Stocks, Clayton; and Curtis Henry, St. Augustine, FL. She was also “Granny” to 18 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, and aunt to dozens of nieces and nephews.

Molinda graduated from Wright State University with a Master of Humanities Degree in 1993. Professionally, Molinda worked serving children and families as a social worker in Dayton, Montgomery County, throughout the United States and internationally.

She was an active member of the Dayton Knitting Guild, Miami Valley Quilters’ Guild, The Miami Valley Art Quilt Network, and the American Quilters’ Society for more than 25 years. Molinda was an award-winning textile artist who was invited to display a quilt with the AQS’s 2019 show which traveled nationally.
She was instrumental in saving Stivers School for the Arts from demolition in the late 1990s as a founding member and president of the Seedling Foundation.

A celebration of life service will be held on a date yet to be determined in the main chapel at Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum, 118 Woodland Avenue, Dayton.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of Baker-Hazel & Snider Funeral Home, 5555 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton. Online condolences for the family can be made at www.bakerhazelsnider.com
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Kent Miller

Posted at 09:23pm
My wife and I met Molinda and Michael several years ago in Florida at our timeshare after noting their Ohio license plates. We are from Cinn. A friendship developed quickly and we always looked forward to spending time with them during our week in Fl. Molinda was an impressive lady whose compassion, intellect and no nonsense way of viewing life made her a joy to be with. I will miss her deeply! My heart aches for Michael and the family. - Kent
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Posted at 02:00pm
In memory of our best friends mom Molinda. We love you and miss you! Lisa Miller, Vicki Schwab, Holly Davison.
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Rick Smith

Posted at 08:47pm
With loving memories of "Molinda Lauxmiller".
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Barbara Heitkamp

Posted at 08:11pm
Molinda was our neighbor in the 1970's. What a beautiful family. Not only was she a great Mother, but she also took care of foster children. I would babysit for her. She was always so pleasant. RIP I want to give our condolences to Susan, Sheila, Francee, Toby, and Wayne.
 
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Francesca Posted at 03:00pm

Thank you so much Barb! Your kind words and memories are comforting!
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Angela (Heitkamp) & Bob Hunt & family

Posted at 12:53pm
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Susan Heitkamp Posted at 01:32pm

Thanks, Angela and family. We appreciate your kind words & gesture. Hope you're all well.
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