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Magdalene M. Tatter

Magdalene M. Tatter, 93, went home to be with the Lord on February 28, 2021. She was born December 19, 1927 in Buffalo, NY to Joseph and Rebecca Eibner. She attended Taylor University, worked for the Firestone Office Federal Credit Union and was a member of Riverside Alliance Church. She was an accomplished violinist and at age 17 performed at Klienhans Music Hall in Buffalo, NY.

Magdalene and her husband Wilbur served on the mission field for three years in Sierra Leone, West Africa.

Magdalene was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 57 years, John Wilbur Tatter; and daughter, Manci Rebecca Tatter-Myers. She is survived by her son, John D. (Jonie Adams) Tatter; daughter, Debbie (Jim) Cox; brother, Joseph Eibner; son-in-law, Collin Myers; grandchildren, Sara (Mark) Baxter, Andrew Myers, James Nicholas (Jennifer Harrison-Cox) Cox, and Caroline (Greg) Shepler; great-grandchildren, Felicity, George, Gavin, Piper, Lennon and Ellis.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Interment at Greenlawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Riverside Alliance Church, in memory of Magdalene.


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Magdalene was a gem of a person. Through my young life and adulthood, the Tatters were good friends of our family, and we spent many memorable times together, some of them water-skiing and ice-skating.
Magdalene became my own friend as time went on, always gracious, and interested in conversation.
In the past few years, while she was a resident in Copley, I enjoyed many visits with her. Her bright smile and appreciative attitude were truly inspirational. She will be dearly missed.
Love and prayers to Debbie, John, Collin, and all extended family.

Valerie Crocker Stark Mar 24 2021 12:00 AM

When we first came to Brown St in 1960 your parents had us for Sunday dinner. Your mother introduced us to acorn squash and I still think of her every time that I fix it. Also I was impressed with her tea cup collection. I started a small collection of my own. We have kept in contact all of these years and had many good times together after our husbands died. With deepest sympathy.

Judy McDonald Mar 4 2021 12:00 AM