Condolence: I am extremely sad. When I think about my childhood, some of the best memories were on the water staying with Aunt Mary and Uncle John on the beach. I had wished to go to her 80th in the fall, kicking myself now. Until next time, love you, Darlene X0
Condolence: Just wanted to let you know we have many fond memories of Mary at the Swimming Pool at the Tillsonburg Community Centre. She truly was a bright light in any Aqua Fitness class. So very sorry for your loss.
Condolence: Dear Denise and Kathy and family: Sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. Sending heartfelt condolences to your family and the Nezezon family. Mary and her sister, Helen were fine Hungarian cooks and made delicious cakes and desserts.
My deepest condolences on the passing of your mother. When delivering the London Free Press, and the mail Mary and I would chat about weather, meals and of course her family. She was so proud of her family that I could hear the joy in her voice. Mary always sat in her lazy boy chair by the window. She told me shortly after she moved into Woodingford Lodge Woodstock, that she would only be here until they could get a room in Tillsonburgs Woodingford. I will miss her smile, and also not seeing her sitting in the chair by the window. Treasure all the memories that you made with your mother, because no one can take them away from you.
Margie Beemer sends her thoughts and prayers. She always spoke to your mom every day. Mary will certainly be missed in Orchard Lane.