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Martha Moon Steiner, 92, former Russell County business owner
SEPTEMBER 19, 1925 – AUGUST 13, 2018 (Age 92)
She will be remembered locally as co-owner of the Pinehurst Lodge in Jamestown, KY. She was an avid fisherwoman and enjoyed playing cards, quilting, knitting, crochet, making prayer shawls for children in the hospital, and working out at Silver Sneakers at the Y. She was active in the Eastern Star, a lifetime member of VFW Post 2800 Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of the Christ Church United Methodist.
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Martha (Moon) Steiner, age 92, passed peacefully on the afternoon of Monday, August 13, 2018.
The funeral service was held at Tobias Funeral Home - Far Hills Chapel in Dayton, Ohio Saturday, August 18, 2018. Burial was in Miami Valley Memory Gardens.
Martha (Moon) Steiner, 92, former Russell County, KY business owner
Born Martha Jewell Potts and affectionately called Granis. She was one of eight children, born September 19, 1925 in Manchester, Ohio to Henry Ottis Potts and Mary Martin Potts.
Martha attended Manchester High School and after graduation studied at Otterbein College in Westerville. In 1948, she married John 'Jack' Frederick Steiner Jr.
Together they had three sons, Frederick, John, and Gerald.
Martha worked as an independent tax consultant, co-owned the Blue Chip Tavern in Dayton, and co-owned the Pinehurst Lodge in Jamestown, Kentucky. In 1981, she was widowed, in 1985 she married Blake Moon, who passed away in 2008.
Active in the Eastern Star, a lifetime member of VFW Post 2800 Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of the Christ Church United Methodist, Martha loved being part of the community.
She was an avid fisherwoman and enjoyed playing cards, quilting, knitting, crochet, making prayer shawls for children in the hospital, and working out at Silver Sneakers at the Y.
She will be remembered for her quick wit, kind heart, thoughtful stories, and famous peanut brittle.
She is survived by
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