Mona Moorman, 89

Ramona (Mona) Moorman was born August 26, 1928 to parents George and Dagmar (Nelson) Meyer in Eagle Point, Wisconsin. She died on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
She was a graduate of Lincoln High School in Park Falls, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Business College and attended Valley Community college and attended Kalamazoo Valley Community college.
Mona married Donald Moormann in Chillicothe, Illinois and in 1950; they and his parents purchased Marcellus News and moved to Marcellus in July.
Surviving her are her sons, David (Deb) Moormann of Lawton; Mark (Diane) Moormann of Denver, Colorado; daughters , Susan (Ed) Morganroth of Plover, Wisconsin; Barbara Moormann of Marcellus; five grandchildren, Joshua, Sarah, Alex, Scott, and Brianna; two great-granddaughters, Olive, and Kinley; brother, Goran Meyer and several nieces and nephews.
Since 1999, following the death of her husband, she has been the editor and publisher of the Marcellus News.
Mona was involved in social and political movements for most of her life. She was a board member of the Marcellus community food pantry, a past board member of the Marcellus area emergency services association, Cass county Mental Health and the Marcellus Township library. She was a member of the Marcellus DIRRC Book Group, the Cass County Democratic Party, Southwest Michigan league of Womens voters and the Women ‘s international league of peace and freedom, past member and president of the Three Rivers National Organization of Women, member of the Kalamazoo Peace & Justice coalition and southwest Michigan Greens . She was the recipient of a Paul Harris medal from the Marcellus Rotary club.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald; her parents; sister, Lone Mestelle; sister-in-law, Jean Meyer.
Following her request, cremation has taken place and a service of remembrance will be held at a later date. Her cremains will be buried next to her husband in the Marcellus Bly cemetery.
“ For those who feel helpless in the face of the insurmountable suffering, we are still in the early years of the 21st century. There is a time for us to create a better, happier world, but we can’t sit back and expect a miracle. We each have actions we must take, by living our lives meaningfully and in service to our fellow human beings – helping others whenever we can making every effort to do them no harm”. –Dalai Lama
Memorial contributions may be directed to the Marcellus Food Pantry, Marcellus library or Rose Arbor hospice. Online Condolences may be left at

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