Mary Laura Simon

30 September, 192613 November, 2020

Mary Laura Simon, age 94, of Seattle; passed away on Friday, November 13, 2020. Mary was born in Seattle on September 30, 1926. Survived by a daughter, Corinne Bogan; granddaughters, Jennifer Weitkamp & Kendal Ruland; grandsons, Brandon Bogan & Scott Seppi; 6 great-grandchildren and sister, Anita French. Preceded in death by a son, Arthur David Johnson and a sister, Esther Hickam. Due to the current Pandemic, Private Services and Entombment.

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December 2, 2020

Christ has called up a very special person. She was our friend, our mentor and our go to person when all was lost. Although she left a few years ago, she was never forgotten. May my fond memories of Mary support your family during this time.

Manny Valencia

December 1, 2020

I first met Mary when I got hired at NC. She was a woman that commanded respect everywhere she went and was not afraid to tell you her opinions. Yet, she was one of the nicest, loving, and caring individuals I had the absolute honor in knowing and working with. Mary, you will always have a special place in my heart and may you Rest in Peace. I pray for Mary's family in the hopes that they find comfort during this time and may you feel God's warmth and clarity as well.

Pat Paull

November 30, 2020

I remember my first meeting with Mary when I was hired by NC. She clearly was in charge, and remained so. I felt like I was back at Saint Benedicts. Sit up straight, do not curse, and get that gum out of your mouth!

Always met with a smile from Mary, and inquiries about myself and family, Mary always made me feel cared for. Mary also has a unique manner in finding a light when I expressed some discouragement, or dissatisfaction.


November 30, 2020

Mary and I had a close working relationship , we always joked that we were only 5 days apart (really 33years) and that we are both New Years babies, she laughed at my dumb jokes and my foul mouth would make her giggle (cringe) .. love you Mary, I miss you and will see you again so you can set me straight! Lori G

Clara Yarnes

November 18, 2020

I worked with Mary for several years. She always had some good stories about NC Machinery and life. She was always pleasant, well most of the time. I enjoyed working with her. Mary, I will miss you.
Clara Yarnes