Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home

804 State Ave, Marysville, WA



January 16, 1936September 8, 2019

Our beloved Mary Reynolds, 83, passed away September 8, 2019.

Mary was born and raised in Fort Benton, Montana. She met Richard Reynolds in Montana, and married life began. This would take her to Canada, where she had her two boys and Southern California before settling in San Jose.

Mary worked for the Phone Company and was a member of the Pioneers. She retired from the phone company and went on to work at the San Jose Convention Center. Mary made friends wherever she went. Mary loved everyone that was put on her path. Most of all, she loved her family.

Mary was known to send cards to everyone for every occasion, birthdays, anniversaries, and all holidays. She would help out anyone in need, in any way she could. Mary was love.

She is survived by her sister Shirley (Gary) Carver, her sister in law Julia Stevenson (Marvin), Sandy Stevenson (Leonard ) and Nan Stevenson (Bob), her children Bob (Cindy) Reynolds and Randy (Jayti) Reynolds, her grandchildren, Christabelle, Amy, Raymond and Matthew, 13 Great Grandchildren and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband Richard, and her brothers Marvin Stevenson, Leonard Stevenson and Bob Stevenson.

A memorial will be held on Saturday, October 5 at 1:00 PM at Marysville Calvary Chapel.

In San Jose there will be a memorial On October19 at Darling & Fisher Chapel in Los Gatos at 11:00am, Interment at 1PM at the Los Gatos Cemetery and a reception following at Los Gatos Lodge.

Mary's love carries on in each and everyone of us.


5 October

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

Marysville Calvary Chapel

1224 Cedar Avenue
Marysville, Washington 98270



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June Rovai

September 14, 2019

Mary always called me her "taxi". We had so many adventures together, sometimes getting lost, but always ending up at the right place. ......sooner or later. I never had a friend like her and I only hope that she will be there to meet me when I cross the rainbow bridge. Til then she will be remembered as a totally beautiful soul.....filled with concern for all. I will never say goodbye as she will always remain a part of who I am. Love her always.

Elizabeth Morales

September 14, 2019

We love you Mary and will miss you daily. We loved when you would come down for a visit with the family. I also enjoyed my lunches with you when I was in San Jose. Please give my mom a hug.

Ricarda Leone

September 13, 2019

In 1976 Mary and Dick moved next door to my parents on Jarvis Ave. We immediately became family, I was 22years old. I’m now 65 and Mary has been a integral part of our family. We have been together during good times and sorrows. The stories are many and precious. Mary was one of the best human beings I’ve had the privilege to know. I loved her and will miss her more than words can express. There is a saying that I found years ago and it speaks to Mary, more than anyone else I know. “ “The only pain she ever caused was when she left us.” Godspeed Mary. We will never be the same without you. 🙏💙❤️💛