Mary L. KAESER
August 30, 1953 – January 11, 2021
Heavens Party planner has arrived! Mary Louise Kaeser 67 Rotonda West, FL, formerly of Danville, IN. passed away January, 11, 2021 due to complications of Covid-19. Born August 30, 1953 in Greencastle, Indiana, she was the daughter of Billie J and MayLu Wallace of Danville. Mary was a 1971 graduate of Danville Community High School and later received her LPN from Ivy Tech in 1992 and her RN from Marian College in 2005. Mary married Larry (Kaeser) on December 19, 1998 and he proceeded her in death. Mary was friendly, energetic, feisty and if you knew her you loved her. Her laugh alone would make you smile. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends. If you were lucky enough to have known Mary, you have been blessed. She was a wonderful daughter, sister, mom, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. Survivors include her children: Heath Pollard (Jennifer Doyle) of Avon, IN, Brodey (Kris) Willis of Greenwood, IN, Courtney (James) Wallace of Orlando, FL, grandchildren Cody, Hayden, Chandler, Caylee, Cameron & Cooper, great-granddaughter: Mila Pollard, step children Haley (Josh) Mobley of Monrovia, Ashley (Chris) Ellexson of Plainfield, step grandchildren Harley, Bryceton & Camden. She was preceded in death by her husband, Larry Kaeser, parents, Billie J & MayLu Wallace, brother, David Wallace, sister, Teresa McElyea. A Celebration of Life will be planned at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you do a random act of kindness in honor of Mary’s giving spirit.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Mary L. KAESER
January 18, 2021
I am so glad I got the opportunity to know Mary. I met her at a difficult time in her life, but she was fantastic at putting a smile on her face, even when sometimes that was hard to do. I will always remember her as a joy to be around, and having open arms for anyone that needed a hug! She was a wonderful nurse to have by your side and I will be forever grateful that she came into my life.
January 16, 2021
Mary, you are one of the happiest people I have ever known. Your loss is abundant and felt by me daily. Love for your family, friends and Eddie brought you such joy. You spoke the truth and lived life on your terms. Always, the Queen of any party, your laugh was infectious. Billy held you in high regard and said I was lucky to have a friend like you. Thank you for allowing me into your circle of friendship. I will always remember our last FT conversation during the holidays. Keep an eye on me from heaven and come hang out with me once and awhile (I’ll know you are there). I love and miss you.
Courtney you have your moms laugh and fortitude. I will keep your family in my prayers.
With Sincere Love, Paula and Billy
January 16, 2021
Mary worked with the Resource team as a nurse. She would come to our unit time to time, always smiling, laughing and helped everyone. Loved working with her. A great lady, prayers of comfort for her family.