OBITUARY

Mary Magdalene Skillings

June 17, 1924January 4, 2019

Mary Skillings Age 94

Preceded in death by her Husband, Gordon Skillings; Son, Thomas Skillings; Daughter, Constance Conde Skillings.

She will be deeply missed by her Children, Sheila May, Timothy (Barbara) Skillings, Gordon (Tammy) Skillings, Antoinette (Todd) Johnson; Daughter-in-law, Judith Skillings; 21 Grandchildren; 50 Great-grandchildren; four Great-great grandchildren.

~Mass of Christian Burial~ 11am on Monday, January 14, 2019 at Church of Saint Paul, 1740 Bunker Lake Blvd NE, Ham Lake, Minnesota Visitation will be one hour prior to mass.

~Interment~ Fort Snelling National Cemetery Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gearhart Funeral Home 763-755-6300 www.gearhartfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Preceded in death by her Husband, Gordon Skillings; Son, Thomas Skillings; Daughter, Constance Conde Skillings.

    She will be deeply missed by her Children, Sheila May, Timothy (Barbara) Skillings, Gordon (Tammy) Skillings, Antoinette (Todd) Johnson; Daughter-in-law, Judith Skillings; 21 Grandchildren; 50 Great-grandchildren; four Great-great grandchildren

Services

  • Visitation Monday, January 14, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, January 14, 2019
REMEMBERING

Mary Magdalene Skillings

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Judi Scheele

January 8, 2019

Dear Aunt Mary, You have always been a kind and gentle soul. I have so many memories that I will always cherish. Kiss my Dad and Grandma please, when you see them in heaven. Love and blessings to all that will miss her so.

Sean Skillings

January 6, 2019

I remember my grandma's great cooking. I remembere my dad and I going to her house and she would be making one of her wonderful soups. She will be missed by many I love her so..

Emily Skillings-Sigfrid

January 6, 2019

I had the pleasure of visiting my future gma-in-law a few times before her passing. She was super sweet, but also made me laugh with her moments of feistiness, when disagreeing with a fellow friend about who owned the napkins from the dining room. Nothing makes my day than an Irish woman standing her ground. I was happy that the times we saw her she was able to remember her grandson, Sean, my fiance. I could tell those were really special moments for Sean. We wish we could have spent more time with her, but are thankful she is at peace with gpa Gordy, Tom, etc. Say hi to Elvis Presley for me, Mary! ❤

FROM THE FAMILY