Martha Jane King-Gariglio

Martha Jane King-Gariglio, 92, of Norwalk, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, at Norwalk Memorial Home.

She was born Oct. 21,1926, in Willard, to Albert L. Null and Martha Ruth James Null.

She is survived by her children, Charla D. (Dale) of Willard and Charles A (Nancy) King of Attica; five granddaughters, Caryn Tanner Kaiser, Christina Tanner Knueppel, Amy Jo King Keefer, Leslie King and Cheryl King Walter; 10 great-grandchildren, Nathan Knueppel, Justin Knueppel, Chase Kaiser, Camron Kaiser, Carsten Kaiser, Jared Keefer, Ryan Keefer, Kaylin Whatley, Jesse Walter and Beau Walter; and stepchildren, Marisa Gariglio, Vance Gariglio and Michelle Gariglio.

She was prededed in death by her parents; stepchildren, Regina Gariglio and Kevin Gariglio; first husband, Charles W. King; and former husband, Raymond J. Gariglio.

She led a very full life of varied accomplishments and use of her talents. She never knew a stranger. She was most willing to help anyone in anyway she could. She was active in Eastern Stars OES Chapter in Attica, past worthy matron, AMA Medical Assistants Charter member and state secretary, an active member of Attica United Methodist Church for many years as a Sunday School teacher, MYF leader, Jr. choir director, and part-time organist. She held positions at Shelby Air Force Depot, City Savings and Loan in Willard, Avery D. Powell, ophthalmologist in Tiffin, Tiffin State Hospital, owner and operator of Kings Kloth Kottage in Attica before moving to North Carolina where she served as assistant Registrar at Cape Fear Community College until her retirement in 1999. She returned part time to Cape Fear Community College until finally retiring at age 89.

Visitation will be 9 a.m.-11 a.m. and services will be Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, at Attica Methodist Church, Attica.

Her service will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, at the church. Burial will follow in Attica-Venice Cemetery.

Foos & Foos Funeral Service, 151 Yorkshire Pl., Bellevue, is in care of arrangements.

Memorials can be given to Sons of American Legion Veterans Memorial, Attica Library or donor’s choice.