Mary M Jolly
- February 3, 1928 - February 19, 2013
- Wapakoneta, Ohio
of Mary's Passing
St. Matthew Lutheran Church
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Aunt Mary will forevermore be in my heart. The fond memories of visiting the farm and the kindness Aunt Mary always bestowed upon us. I will never forget when I was pregnant and on bed rest, Aunt Mary and Uncle Al came to visit me and Aunt Mary made a quilt for my son. I have that quilt today. Its been 22 years since the day she gave it to me.
Sending my love and prayers to my cousins whose mother and father will alwayas have a special place in my heart.
Becky C Strukamp
Posted by: Becky C Strukamp - Sioux City , IA - niece Mar 12, 2013
To John and family,
Please accept my condolences for your loss.
I know your mother will be very missed and remembered for many good deeds and times.
I still remember the one Christmas that Mary and Al received that little yellow airplane containing tickets for Hawaii. When they returned with all the fresh fruit, we made juice and sat around listening to all the talk of the fun they had on their trip. Those are certainly good times to
Posted by: Greg Comer - Marion, AR - Friend and closs neighbor Mar 06, 2013
I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated Mary. My Mother and her were at the nursing home at the same time. They became good friends and I know it helped my mother. My mother was Sharon Metz, she past in 2011. Also my late husband (John) and I have been friends with John for a long time. My sympathies to all. God Bless, Lisa Van Horn
Posted by: Lisa Van Horn - Cridersville, OH - friend Feb 28, 2013
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. Mary was so very, very special. She will missed so very much by so very many.
Posted by: Bob and Vickie Metz Wagner - Three Oaks, MI - Friend Feb 26, 2013
Mom (Aunt Patti), Linda & I send our deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear mother. While Linda and I grew up on the west coast, away from family, we greatly enjoyed the trips to Ohio to spend time with our Aunts, Uncles & Cousins. I have fond memories of time spent with Aunt Mary- her great cooking, smile and laugh, and very practical advice!
Aunt Mary was a favorite our our dad, her brother Leo.
Posted by: Catherine (Fleming) Yamauchi - Honolulu , HI - Niece Feb 25, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to the family of Mary & Al Jolly. Mary was such an awesome friend of my Mother & Father Cecelia & Cyril Vorst. But not only were they friends with my parents but also with my in-laws Ottie & Millie Beining. Ottie & Millie said they had such fond memories when they went with Mom & Dad to visit your Mom & Dad at their home in Florida. Never a dull moment. Ottie is presently in the
Posted by: Virginia (Vorst) Beining - Ottoville, OH Feb 25, 2013
Our deepest sympathy on the lost of your beautiful and most gracious mom. Love & happiness are our memories of the times shared with both your mom & dad. I am a daughter of Cy & Cecilia Vorst. Our family were totally blessed to be their friends. Love & Prayers to All, Pat & Dan McConnell
Posted by: Patricia and Daniel McConnell - Zanesville, Ohio, OH - family friend Feb 25, 2013
To the Family, Please accept my condolances for your loss. I personally did not know Mary, but being the District II Director of Soroptimist International of Midwestern Region, I felt a sisterhood when I read of her passing. I would hope that at some point our lives had crossed and I have a strong feeling she was a sincere loving person.
Posted by: Beverly Bahr - Kenton, OH - FellowSoroptimist member Feb 23, 2013
What a very Special Lady in Heaven now. Until we meet again Aunt Mary. Love you, Gina Hilf-Plummer
Posted by: Gina Hilf Plummer - Chillicothe, OH - Great Niece Feb 22, 2013
I went to school with Joan and knew her other children. I remember going into Jolly's Sewing Center and getting my first Singer machine, which I still have. I loved that place and have many good memories of Al and Mary. Sad to see her gone from this earth.
Posted by: Ssndy Oakley - Cincinnati, OH - friend Feb 21, 2013