Martha Jean MacGregor Ott, 91, of Taylor, entered eternal rest on Wednesday at Guardian Healthcare Taylor.
Born in Scranton, she was the daughter of the late Sterling and Florence Chambers MacGregor. Martha graduated as belle of her class in 1948 from West Scranton High School. Throughout her life, she traveled extensively with her husband and children as he served our country with the Navy and Air Force. Martha worked for Burschel Dairy, and retired from the garment industry, where she was a machine operator. A woman of great faith, Martha, was a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Taylor. A charismatic lady, Martha loved life and her family. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren brought her much joy and she loved spending time with them. Family meant everything to Martha, and in return, she meant everything to them. Many people loved her and will remember her for her charm, kind and gentle ways.
Martha's family would like to express their deepest gratitude to the nurses, aids, therapy and all staff at Guardian Healthcare Taylor.
Surviving are a daughter, Carol Koval and husband, William, Taylor; three grandchildren, Dana Koval Pezzuti and husband, Robert, Old Forge; Bill Koval, Moosic and Candice Gentile and husband, Josh, New York; four great grandchildren, Bobby and Maddison Pezzuti, Sophia Koval and Nate Gentile.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Brian and Mel Ott and two brothers, Sterling and Jackie MacGregor.
Family and friends are invited to attend Martha's funeral, which will be on Tuesday at 1 pm in the Semian Funeral Home, LLC, 704 Union St. Taylor, by the Rev. Ginger Daubenhauser, Pastor, First Congregational United Church of Christ, Taylor. Interment will follow in Abington Hills Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm.
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