Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Mary Frances Gedeon
My heart goes out to your family. Aunt Mary was always so kind, gracious, and funny. I've always enjoyed our trips to Sheakleyville as kids. I will certainly miss her. My prayers are with your family.
Dear Gedeons and Porters, I'm so sorry for your loss. Memories are a poor substitute for a living person, but I'm sure you'll have many good thoughts to remember of sweet Mary.
I was so sorry to hear of Mary's passing. She was such a sweet woman, my deepest sympathies. Cassie
We are so sorry for your loss. We loved Mary and I enjoyed making her soup. She will be missed by many. We truly regret not being able to pay our last respects. We winter in Myrtle Beach and will not be home in Greenvlle until April
Doug and Mernee McElhinny
Dear Ann and family, I am on vacation in Florida and unable to see you.If ever there was a person who would go directly to heaven, it is your mother. I feel blessed to have known her. I am very thankful to have had our recent Valentine visit. Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss, Jim Tokar.
Thoughts and prayers with all of you. I got to know Mary here at the high rise. I shall always remember her smile and friendly greetings. No matter how she felt, there was the smile. Did not realize Charles was her brother. He and his family were my neighbors here on Plum Street when Bert, Judy and I were kids. My maiden name was Brown.
mary jane weathers
We are going to miss Aunt Mary so much. Abby and I enjoyed our outings with her in the recent past. She was always so full of life and would keep us entertained with interesting stories. She was so proud of her family and most especially of her grandsons, Tim and Mike.
Ann, Bill, Tim and Mike, where do I begin I loved Mary very much and will miss her sweet voice on the phone and going to visit her seeing that great smile and having Caseys pizza and jello and talking and laughing. We were very blessed to have her in our lives and she will never be forgotten. Love to u all.
We loved Mary, a good neighbor.
Lance and Diane Hoffman