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  1. She was my big sister. She was a good sister who often said “live your life without regret”. I’ll miss the phone calls, but am glad she now is free from pain. On our last phone call, I said that “I loved her” and she said “I love you too”. We did not know this would be out last words to each other! I hope she will be at peace now and that we will one day meet again. Your little sister, Phyllis

  2. To Mary’s family; please take comfort in the knowledge that the Lord has finally released her from her pain. Mary joined Rolling Hills United Methodist Church right after I did. We often sat together during 3rd service; or afterwards when the Praise Band performed a closing song. Time just flew by when we talked after church and often we were the last people to leave the parking lot. I enjoyed hearing about her family and stories about her life. She always remembered things about me and things that were going on with my life and family. Mary was without a doubt an absolute joy to know; I will miss her and remember her fondly. Rest in peace Mary.

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