OBITUARY

Mary Lou Barry

April 17, 1935November 15, 2020

Mary Lou Barry April 17, 1935 – November 15, 2020 Mary Lou Barry, 85, passed away on Sunday, November 15, 2020 at Eaton County Health and Rehabilitation Services. There will be a private grave side service with immediate family. Mary Lou was born on April 17, 1935, in Lansing, Michigan to Harold and Ruth Hanson. She married her husband Bruce in June of 1953. She enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, and a good game of euchre. Mary Lou is survived by her daughter Catherine (Gary) Nobach of Charlotte, Michigan, Son Mike (Penny) Barry of Lansing, Michigan, Daughter Cindy (Terry) Landis of Eaton Rapids, Michigan, son Patrick (Michael Archibald) Barry of Chicago, Illinois, and Son Christopher (Marti Sims) Barry of Seminole, Florida and Good Friend Marcia White of Perrinton, Michigan. 12 Grandchildren, Jennifer, Melissa, Gary Lee, Amy, Ashley, Lindsey, Ashley Boice, Amanda, Erin, Ryan, Angela, Jesse; 13 great grandchildren, Hunter, Draven, Connor, Ethan, Alivia, Leighanna, Duncan, Xavier, Theresa, Addy, Gia, Evey, and Emmett. Mary Lou is preceded in death by her husband Bruce J. Barry, father Harold Hanson, mother Ruth Hanson, sisters Jeanette Wells and Zelma Hanson. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in her name to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Memories and condolences may be left for the family by going to www.grlansing.com

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Angela Barry

November 23, 2020

I already miss Grandma Mary Lou so much! She was the best grandma ever! I will especially miss our Sunday evening visits. I could talk to her about anything and she always gave her undivided attention. The memories we share are too many to list. I will definitely make some no bake cookies soon in honor of grandma <3

Cindy Landis

November 22, 2020

Mom was a very private person and sometimes was very quiet in crowds. I will remember and cherish the times when we were one on one. Mom enjoyed hearing about the Grandkids and Great Grandkids.

Penny Monroe

November 22, 2020

Marylou was a wonderful woman she was a very quiet person. But most of all she loved her family her husband her children and her grandchildren were very important to her. She loved old movies and Elvis. It was a tradition for her to place flowers on the graves of all her loved ones every Memorial Day. Never forgetting the importance of remembering them. We would sometimes take her to different cemeteries to do this and she always remembered where to go. It was very important to her. She was a very special lady and mother and will never be forgotten. We all love you Marylou and know that Bruce is their waiting for you with open arms ❤️

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November 20, 2020

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Lindsey Barry

November 19, 2020

As a kid, some of my fondest memories are of playing cards and board games with Grandma Mary Lou. Old Maid, Go Fish, Crazy Eights, you name it! She always let the kids win. I’ll cherish those memories forever!

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