Alzheimer's Association of SE WI
On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer’s Association – thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Mary’s name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tom Hlavacek, Executive Director
I am so sorry for the tremendous loss of your beloved mother and that I was unable to be there in person to celebrate and honor her. My memories of her all include her distinctive voice (telling me I could pick any book), and her big heart. She was a wonderful woman and our family picnics she got a little less bright. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Beth
Lit a candle in memory of Mary Marks
Eileen & Carol,
I am so sorry for the loss of you mother. May the memories of her carry you through this difficult time.
Randy & Arlene Phillips
We extend our sympathy to all the family of Mary Marks. We will remember Aunt Kitty’s engaging personality and picture her smiling and wearing a cute hat. We hope your happy memories bring you comfort and joy.
Randy & Arlene Phillips
I am very sorry for the loss of your mother, grandmother, sister and aunt. Aunt Kitty always had a smile and a gracious hug. Like Mary Kay, I remember the extended family holiday parties. In particular, Aunt Kitty always came to the rescue from Uncle Bob, who was kiddingly playing a prank on the younger children, including their newphew. May God bless you all and welcome Aunt Kitty into his welcome embrace.
Mary Kay Gill
I am very sorry for the loss of your beloved mom and grandmother and my Godmother. I have fond memories of holiday parties at the home in West Bend with the classic “kid’s table” and sleepovers with Linda and all the Nancy Drew books. I loved our camping trips-our family in the salmon pink pop up and yours in the much cooler Winnebago. My favorite memory was raiding your mom’s basement for authentic outfits from the 1950’s when I was starring as Rosie in my high school production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” Carefully tucked away and immaculately labeled and stored were beautiful dresses with matching shoes, purses, and hats. The most stunning piece was an emerald green satin dress that swirled to form a rose on my hip. It was a glimpse of her elegant social past and a generous gift to her niece. I will be with you with hugs on Friday. Blessings and peace.