Esther J. (Morrison) Ehlinger

Service Scheduled for: Tuesday, Sep. 29 1:00 PM
Died: Sep. 22, 2020
Esther "Judi" (Morrison) Ehlinger, 72, of Pickerington, OH; formerly of Pottstown, PA, widow of Charles J. Ehlinger, passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, at Kobacker Hospice House, Columbus, OH.

Born in Newark, NJ, she was a daughter of the late Robert Morrison and the late Naomi (Brand) Morrison.

Judi worked as a pharmacy technician for Wal-Mart for five years. Prior to that, she worked at Wolf Law offices and Chester County Health Department. However, her longest position and the one she cared for the most was to take care of her beloved husband, Charles, and her family.

She was a member of the Jewish Women's Club, Pottstown.

She is survived by two sons, Charles J. Ehlinger, Jr. and his wife Elizabeth, Douglassville, David W. Ehlinger and his wife Betsy, Phoenixville; a daughter, Carolyn Willis and former spouse, John Willis, Pickerington, OH; a sister, Marilyn Scharfstein, E. Brunswick NJ; nephews David Scharfstein and his significant other Beth Wolk, of E. Brunswick, New Jersey and Eric Scharfstein and his wife Rachel of E. Brunswick, NJ; eight grandchildren, David Ehlinger Jr.; Beth Ehlinger; Sarah Stevenson; Crystal Sterner; Todd Cremers; Christopher Ehlinger; Robert Willis; and Jaret Willis and four great-grandchildren.

A graveside service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Tuesday, September 29th at Highland Memorial Park Mausoleum, 701 Farmington Ave., Pottstown, PA. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park. There will be no viewing.

Contributions may be made in her memory to Disabled American Veterans at www.dav.org because she was always a supporter of veterans or American Brain Foundation at www.americanbrainfoundation.org, whose organization contributes money directly to researchers to find treatment and diagnosis of brain disorders that we know little about and further research and development is greatly needed.

Arrangements are by the Schumacher & Benner Funeral Home & Crematory, at 359 King St. in Pottstown, PA.

The services will start at Highland Memorial Park