I had the pleasure of meeting Mary a few years ago, and the joy of spending almost every day of the week with her. She taught me to laugh more (and often, as often as you can), to be kind to everyone you meet because “you never know what they may be going through”, and to always share your love with your family and friends.
To me, that’s what Mary did; she encompassed love and friendship along with beauty and grace. She didn’t sweat the small stuff in our time together, and often brought a smile to peoples faces, whether someone at the coffee shop or a “Hey! How ya doin!?” and a giggle afterward, as she greeted a stranger outside of her home. I often greet friends this way since I met Mary, and always think of her when I do.
She loved her family, her children and grandchildren and spoke of them often with so much love in her heart and it radiated when she looked at their pictures or spoke to them on the phone.
I am lucky to have met a woman like Mary, and will continue to be inspired by her strength, her compassion, her joy and her love for those around her. Never will I forget.
We are so sorry for your lost. Mary was a great lady.
I enjoyed working with Mary for many years. She was always so upbeat and ready to handle any challenges. She had a very interesting life and she made me feel that there was a personal connection.
Our deepest sympathy in your time of sorrow.
Your friends at Newcomb Spring of Canada Ltd.
Thanks for being such a good friend. You will be missed