OBITUARY

Mary Elizabeth Conner

August 2, 1931May 7, 2019
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Mary Elizabeth Conner was born on August 2, 1931 and passed away on May 7, 2019.

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  • Graveside Service Saturday, May 11, 2019

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Mary Elizabeth Conner

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Susan Clark

May 11, 2019

Ben, Caleb, Paul, John & Rose,
I have only had the privilege of meeting Aunt Mary Beth a few times. Her life of love and service to her family and her Lord Jesus was something I heard of often through Grandma Fulwell growing up. When each of our boys was born we received a package of home sewn baby blankets and a special and of course humorous letter about the joys and challenges of the raising of small boys! No one was more qualified to share such than your mom. It was a special blessing to see her at conference 9 years ago with Davy. God is not unrighteous to forget her work and labour of love, which she shewed toward his name. Heb 6:10 Whose faith follow. Heb 13:7 With love and prayers, Susan Clark

Karen and John Jameson

May 10, 2019

Dear Rose and family,

We’re so sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. We’ve been neighbors for over 27 years and she always had a warm smile and a kind word for everyone. Mary watched our kids grow up and often shared photos and news of her dear grandchildren. She was an accomplished cook and we looked forward to her annual gifts of delicious jams and cinnamon rolls, as well as the baskets of peaches she’d leave on our doorstep each summer. We’ll miss seeing her on our walks, sharing stories, and swapping neighborhood news. One of her last acts of kindness was bringing over a beautiful, hand-sewn baby quilt for our new grandson. We’ll treasure the quilt and our many happy memories of Mary.

Our deepest condolences,

Karen and John Jameson and family

Phil Verratti

May 10, 2019

I remember aunt Mary as a very beautiful, cheerful person who always served others and had a positive attitude. I know she will be greatly missed by her wonderful family and those who knew her well. I also know she is with Jesus, enjoying the wonderful love and miracle of him saving us from our sins. I wish I could be there this weekend to help celebrate her wonderful life in this earth. As I think of the many happy visits I enjoyed in California and New York with aunt Mary, I am happy to say I know she leaves a great legacy of love and service. Much love to each of my cousins and families at this difficult time.. love you guys! Phil

Larry and Louise Kilcup

May 9, 2019

We remember your Mom as the faithful quiet presence at the conferences, always with a smile on her face and a warm greeting particularly at the breakfasts, always serving in her quiet way. The many years she and your Dad went on so faithfully, and also her faithful care of your Dad. Not an easy task with 5 rambunctious children. We had some very nice talks with your Mom as to Alzheimer's disease with her mother and the Lord's purposes in all that He allows. "Whose faith follow." You have a rich heritage by the Grace of God. We will be bearing all of you up before the Throne of Grace.
Love in Him for whom we wait. Larry and Louise Kilcup

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