Mary Wieland

February 17, 1918July 3, 2018
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Mary Wieland was born on February 17, 1918 and passed away on July 3, 2018


  • Visitation Thursday, July 5, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Friday, July 6, 2018
  • Burial Friday, July 6, 2018

Mary Wieland

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Barbara Orzech-Kehoe

July 5, 2018

To George, Mary & Joe,

I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. I have enjoyed going through all the photos that were posted. What a wonderful life! Marriage, children, beautiful granddaughter, love of pets. I wish you strength during this difficult time of loss and happiness sharing the memories of your life with her.

Barbara Orzech-Kehoe

Kathy Wood

July 5, 2018

Dear George, Joe, Mary and Malia, I will remember your Mom as a kind, thoughtful, soft-spoken lady. She liked simple things and was without pretension. I treasure the scarves she knitted for me. Her consideration and hospitality was warm and sincere. Her visits to the west coast always meant an upgrade to the menu. Cameron called her the best "out-of-a-can" cook he knew - and from him that was a serious compliment. He always looked forward to a dinner invitation. I always showed up for the Queens Village hot dogs. Your Mom will be greatly missed and fondly remembered.
You are all in my thoughts,

FranEllen Rivera

July 5, 2018

I have only fond, wonderful memories of my Great Aunt Mary throughout the years. My earliest memories of Aunt Mary were of my sleepovers as a child at her house. These sleepovers always included walks up the "hill" to Steven's department store where I was allowed to pick out a toy along the huge wall of items. I still can recall the toy doctor's kit and the many fabulous Barbie outfits and accessories that she bestowed upon me. One of my sleepovers also included my very first delicious cup of Chock-Full -of -Nuts coffee, which made me feel so very special, as I was not allowed to drink coffee at home! To this day, I always think of Aunt Mary whenever I see that "heavenly" brand of coffee...."better coffee a millionaire's money can't buy ." My wonderful Aunt Mary always was so thoughtful, kind-hearted and overly generous to us all. Now my aunt is heaven bound. A better aunt no millionaire's money could buy!! XOXO FranEllen

Jane Dennis

July 5, 2018

Mary,, Joe, George & Malia,
I have so many wonderful memories of your Mom during the many years that she and your Dad traveled to Portland. I was always included in the crazy road trips, Mary traversing the State, taking in all the best spots and having plenty of laughs. My favorite memory of Mrs Wieland was the day she helped me make my first cake, a birthday cake for my then boyfriend Jeff. Of course there was no box mix allowed, and Mrs Wieland was not impressed with my baking skills, so I observed the master at work, then got to frost the masterpiece! It was a success, .......Jeff & I married, and I never made another cake.
I feel so blessed to have known Mrs Wieland...... missing her smile already!
Hugs to you all!

Judy Ciesielski

July 4, 2018

Dear George, Mary, Joe and Family,

I will always remember Aunt Mary as quiet angel watching over us. She always brought with her Half Dollars to give us. Aunt Mary attended a couple of family reunions. And yes she brought those Half Dollars with her. I stood back and watch the reactions from my children. They were thrilled. All the children at the reunion were thrilled and running to their parents showing them the coin. Aunt Mary may be quiet but she had a heart of gold. She always was able to put a smile on your face. We will miss her. Love you guys. Judy

Marci Gray

July 4, 2018

Dear George, Mary and Joe and family,

Your Mom was one of my favorite Aunts! I loved going with to your house as it was always special. If I was lucky there would be a freshly baked batch of her delicious butter cookies. Unfortunately, I developed a lifelong addiction to them! You all had the best games and your Mom would bring them out for us to play. Our Moms would be catching up on what was going on in their life at the time -totally enjoying their visit. Most of the time we left with a big bag of your hand me downs and boy were we happy to get them!!! I grew up and married , had my first son Patrick and your Mom knit him a blue and a yellow sweater with a hat. It was really beautiful and meant the world to me that she took the time to do it. She did it with other babies in our family as well. I am blessed to have such wonderful memories of my dear Aunt Mary. God bless you all ! Marci