MY deepest sympathy to the family. I remember babysitting for you 2 older girls as your Dad played at dances. Your Mom always was so gracious with a pleasant smile.
My deepest sympathy to you and yours. I remember babysitting for you two older girls- you were always in bed - so easy to baby sit for you as your Dad played at
dances. She had a beautiful smile and always so gracious. Inez Eden
she had such
You all have my sympathy,
Such a Beautiful Soul.
What a blessing for all of you to have had her as your mother.
Mary was one of the very best things about growing up in Wesley. No matter where you saw her, she always flashed that beautiful smile and gave you a hug. We should all try to live our lives a little bit more like she lived hers. Think of what a wonderful world this could be. I have no doubt that Heaven just got a gorgeous new angel. Thank you for sharing her with the rest of us. Love to you all, Lynn Wingert
Aunt Mary always had my admiration! She was my God Mother and always was interested in my life. I remember my husband, Ralph and I visiting them several years ago in their Wesley home. She listened to her husband, Uncle Louis, as he told Ralph and I all about their life together while he was in the band. She loved him dearly, I could see. And I noticed her fine points of hospitality bringing out trays of food and offering drinks, etc. What a gracious and kind person she continued to be as I remembered she was that way all the time I knew her. But, that day, they mentioned all their children and how proud they were of all of them. A life well lived, I would say. I have always held her close to my heart and will always remember her as the sweetest Aunt and God Mother one could have.
Mary Lou (Grandgenett) Crawford
Sylvia and family;
So sorry for your loss. It makes not difference the age, it is so hard to say goodbye to your dear Mom. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Carol Braley (Arndorfer)