OBITUARY

Mae C. Sheets

March 2, 1932November 5, 2018

Mae C. Sheets was born on March 2, 1932 and passed away on November 5, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, November 8, 2018
  • Funeral Thursday, November 8, 2018
  • Interment Thursday, November 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mae C. Sheets

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Deborah Hoehne-Lovelace

November 19, 2018

Auntie Mae,
I will miss you forever, till we meet again. I am thankful for our long talks on the phone, your guidance and wisdom. The laughter will be with me forever too. I have a picture of you and Mom standing next to your Grandma and it looks so much like Donna and I. I look at it every day. Till we meet again, RIP. Love your niece and God daughter.
Debbie

Elaine Sheets

November 12, 2018

Mae - my heart is broken. I'll always remember your care you gave me and all the fun we had on our vacations. I miss you and I will always love you.

John Sheets

November 12, 2018

Dear Aunt Mae; I really don't know what to say. I can't believe you're gone. We had so many good times together. I will always remember you as ,being the loving and caring person you were. We still laugh at all the good times together, remembering the Boston Market hunt. Thank you for all the good times you will be remembered always . Love John

Amber Briguglio

November 8, 2018

Aunt Mae,
You will be missed. I will always remember the fun boxes of random stuff you knew we would enjoy! Though you lived far you never let the distance stop your kindness. You allowed me to start my independent travels by sharing your time and home with me. It was an experience of a lifetime. My first time to see a live theater performance, ride a subway, find 50 year old treasures cleaning your garage were all made possible by you. Thank you. Forever in our hearts.

Love Amber

Dawn Hoehne-Quintana

November 8, 2018

Oh my Aunt Mae, I love you so very much. Thank you for all the years of Memories... They are all so very Beautiful and I will Cherish them for the rest of my life, from the wonderful Christmas gifts you sent us every year to the phone calls I looked forward to (every time) to the many many cards you sent me for every birthday, and Holiday that came around or just a thinking of you card, I am so glad I saved them all. Your perfect and beautiful handwriting is something I will never forget. When I came to New York to visit you I will always remember your beautiful soft skin, your immaculately clean apartment and the fluffiest & best smelling bath towels ever. You will truly be missed... Love your Niece in California (as you would say ) Dawn