Condolences for Mary R. Frese

Patricia D Bell posted on 9/24/15

Mary Frese I have very found memories of Mary. I grow up next door and will always remember the kind words and smile she give to me all the years I have known her. My mom and her looked after each other for many years after their husbands pasted away. I am very sorry for your loss and if I would have known I would have been there to say good bye.

 

Patricia D Bell posted on 9/24/15

Mary Frese I have very found memories of Mary. I grow up next door and will always remember the kind words and smile she give to me all the years I have known her. My mom and her looked after each other for many years after their husbands pasted away. I am very sorry for your loss and if I would have known I would have been there to say good bye.

 

Amy Andrew Barnett posted on 9/8/15

I also remember the slam of the back door to the breezeway. We would sit out there and have a great time also!:) As a child, I loved the little lights around the back porch where we sat! It always seemed so festive, but then again, so was aunt Mare.

 

Amy Andrew Barnett posted on 9/7/15

Aunt Mare, as we affectiionately called her, had such a joy of life! I always remember her smiling and having a great time. My last memory was of her making Kale soup for my mom, cousin Tom and I. We had a family reunion in Springfield. Aunt Mary had a wonderful garden , and she would make fantastic salad's! As a child I remember the little minitures she had in the dining room. They always fascinated me. I remember my other siblings and my mom fishing with aunt Mare. She and my uncle Bob had great times with my parents also. She was my prayer warrior more recently. Love you, 2 Timothy 4:7 "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race. I have kept the faith." .

 

Carolynn and Roger Eilts posted on 9/7/15

Donna and Jim Kirby-so sorry for your loss. She is at peace, finally and has gone to a place the Lord has prepared for her. You were good caregivers, I think she knew that. God Bless.

 

Carolynn and Roger Eilts posted on 9/7/15

Donna and Jim Kirby-so sorry for your loss. She is at peace, finally and has gone to a place the Lord has prepared for her. You were good caregivers, I think she knew that. God Bless.