Lillian Louise (Ford) Geeting

  • Died: October 30, 2019
  • Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

D O McComb and Sons - Maplewood Park

4017 Maplecrest Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46815

Tel. (260) 426-9494

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Lillian Louise (Ford) Geeting, 92, of Fort Wayne, went home to the Lord on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. She was born to the late Frank L. Ford Sr. and Bernice (Reddin) Ford on May 29, 1927 in Fort Wayne. Lillian graduated from Elmhurst High School and Cincinnati Bible Seminary. She taught at Mount Mission School in Grundy, VA for 38 years. She enjoyed reading and volunteering at Golden Years Homestead where she lived for many years.

Lillian is survived by her late husband Marvin's children, Bruce Geeting (Ellen Musser) of Indianapolis, Cathea (Walter) Langley, Ginger (Dan) Lawrence and Brian (Diane) Geeting all of Fort Wayne, sister in law, Annie Ford, nephews John Bohn, Donn, Mike, Dennis and Kenneth Ford, nieces Karol Moses, Cindy Allen and great niece Jackie Bohn.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin Geeting, brothers, Kenneth, Frank and Jack Ford, sisters Virginia Bohn and Mary Ford, niece, Wendy Strock and nephew, Lee Ford.

Lillian was a special lady who touched the lives of so many children at Mountain Mission School. The Geeting Family was blessed to have her in our lives for 12 years when she married Marvin.

Funeral service will be on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 11:00 am at D.O. McComb and Sons Funeral Home (4017 Maplecrest Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815) with visitation one hour prior. Burial will follow the service to Uniontown Cemetery, Zanesville.

Memorial contributions may be made to Mount Vernon School in Grundy, VA.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Ms. Ford was truly an angel among us. During my years at MMS I did not have her as a teacher but all other interactions with her were pleasant and wonderful. I want her family and all her Ft Wayne friends to know what a wonderful person she was.

Posted by Elmer Sanders, MMS '83 - Indianapolis, IN   November 06, 2019

Miss Ford was my first grade teacher. She was a lovely and dignified lady, and instilled a love for learning in her students. I still remember her teaching us to count in French! I'm grateful I had the opportunity to be her student.

Posted by Alyssa Janney    November 05, 2019

Miss Ford was my first and most connected teacher. I am saddened to know she is gone. I was her favorite (she may have said the same to others who needed to hear that they were loved).

Posted by Michael Dunford - Eden Prairie, MN   November 05, 2019

Thank you Mrs. Ford for all your love that you showed and taught me while at MMS. May you Rest In Peace in heaven and share all the funny stories about MMS kids.

Posted by Ernest Faber - Stafford, VA   November 05, 2019

'Miss Ford' was my very first teacher. She taught my older brothers and sister before me and my twin sister. We used to love raiding our mom's tulips, peonies, and dahlias to take to school for her. She was a sweet lady and she will be missed.

Posted by Jeannetta Stiltner-Santolla - Abingdon, VA   November 05, 2019

She was a special person in my life at Mountain Mission School. She introduced me to the world of reading via loaning me novels and would play records on the stereo in her room, allowing me to enjoy them. Thank you Lord for this angel you loaned us.

Posted by A friend   November 05, 2019

I loved Lillian so very much and will miss
our wonderful talks together. She was a most
precious lady and I will truly miss her.
May God give you all HIS comfort and peace.

Posted by Marla McGee - Taylorsville, KY   November 03, 2019

So sorry for your loss.Prayers are with all of you at this time.She was a lovely lady.May she Rest In Peace.

Posted by Randy & Kim Lawrence - Fort Wayne, IN - Family Friend   November 01, 2019


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