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Mary Elizabeth Posont

30 octobre 19409 octobre 2021

Mary Elizabeth Posont, age 80, of Walled Lake, died Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Ashford Court Assisted Living in Westland. Left to cherish her memory are her two daughters: Pauline Heidelmeyer, and Sandra (Richard) Paananen; her two grandsons: David Heidelmeyer, and Alan Paananen; and her sister, Diana Bland.

Mary was born October 30, 1940, in Allen Park, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John and Meneva (Doyle) Vermett. She and David Ponder were married on February 12, 1960, and spent twenty-eight wonderful years together, raising their two daughters. Mary worked as a billing supervisor at McPhearson Health Center in Howell for twelve years, and then went on to work at Meadowbrook Insurance Agency for ten years until her retirement. In her free time, Mary could always be found going for walks, tending to her garden, or spending time with her cats, who she loved dearly. She showcased her lovely singing voice as a member of an accolades singing group in Walled Lake for many years, and spent time volunteering at her local library whenever she could. She also has fond memories of taking trips to England to visit her daughter while she lived there. Mary was a wonderful woman who will be greatly missed.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents, John and Meneva; her first husband, David Ponder; and her second husband, Robert “Bob” Posont.

In accordance with Mary’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Mary will be inurned at the Walled Lake Cemetery next to her husband, Bob Posont, at a later date.

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Sandra Paananen

19 octobre , 2021

I will miss my mom so much.

Sandra Paananen

19 octobre , 2021

This was taken in 2019 on her patio. She enjoyed this space with her 2 cats.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

Mom and I went to a lavender farm one year and she was amazed at how tall this thistle was.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

My mom was very photogenic. She always had a smile for the camera. This photo goes way back to 1984.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

In this picture, my mom and Bob (her second husband) are waiting their turn at the snooker table. When they came to visit us in England we stayed at Lumley Castle which had a grand room with a snooker table.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

I had to convince her to go to the Henry Ford Museum when the Stars Cars and Guitars were on display there. Here we are in front of the Weiner mobile. We had lots of laughs that day.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

Mom liked to have fun. She even went on the bumper boats.

Sandra Paananen

13 octobre , 2021

Years and years ago my mother loved growing things like flowers and vegetables in her garden. She had a green thumb. Her vegetable garden was always large and she would can almost all of it for the winter.

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