Mary E. Cummins
March 8, 1932 – October 8, 2020
Mary Etta Cummins was born March 8, 1932, in Mt. Carmel, Illinois, to parents Bill and Velma Cash. She passed away October 8, 2020, in Edmond, Oklahoma
Mary was a member of Grace Church of the Nazarene in Guthrie, OK. She worked as a lunch lady for Sunset Elementary in Edmond, OK.
Mary loved her family and would fight tooth and nail if anyone tried to mess with any of them. She was not a good driver. She once drove into the garage door; she believed it should have opened for her. She also loved to cook for everyone, and they all loved her cooking. She would also sometimes sing with the love of her life on stage at church, and she enjoyed bowling with him, her family, and friends.
Mary loved dogs but hated cats. Every dog that came through her door, whether they liked people or not, loved her before they left. She would win them over by spoiling them rotten. She loved her grandkids, as well as all the great and great-great grandkids. Her face would just light up whenever they came to see her- that was her favorite part of the week.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents; siblings: Earl, Harold, Marvin, Pearl, and Marg; her beloved husband, Stan; her children: Debbie Birdwell, Cindy Kemp, and Maurice Cummins; and her beloved dog, Baby Cummins. She is survived by her children: Dennis (Judy) Cash of Edmond, OK; Brenda Deal of Ravia, OK; Donnie (Billie) Cummins of Amarillo, TX; Joyce (Pete) Conaway of Edmond, OK; Jo (Ken) Ledford of Springhill, KS; Rhonda (Tim) Flowers of Amarillo, TX; and Kevin (Deanna) Cummins of Edmond, OK; and numerous grandchildren, great, great-great grandchildren, as well as many other family members and friends.
- Dennis Cummins
- Kevin Cummins
- Donnie Cummins
- Gary Caldwell
- Ron McKenzie
- Randy Hoel
- Ed Pedro, Honorary
- Landon Van Hooser, Honorary
Monday, October 12, 2020
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Mary E. Cummins
October 10, 2020
Mary I was so blessed to meet your daughter Rhonda when we moved to Edmond back in 1977 when she and I were in 8th grade and amazing to this day we are still blessed to still remain the closest friends. I remember coming to see you at your house and it was such a honor to know your family and I know you were so loved by so many family and friends. I thank you for bringing a great friendship that I have with Rhonda and some of your other children. You a should be so proud that your children were so there to take care of you and the love of your life when he was here now you can spend the rest of your lives watching all family live on the legacy that you are all created and should be so proud of each and every one of them. I love you Mary and so glad I had the honors to come spend different times with you and your family!😘❤️🙏🏻