Mary E. Suneson - 88

8/26/1926 - 3/29/2015

Oregon, IL

20 Comments

  • kelsey lee

    on 03/30/15

    To the family of Mary E. Suneson, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy,
  • Lisa and Darlene Schultz

    on 03/30/15

    Our prayers and condolences to the Suneson family on the loss of Mary. I enjoyed talking to Mary at Church. She will be missed by many.
  • Jan wehmeyer

    on 03/30/15

    I enjoyed visiting with Mary& hearing about her interesting nursing stories, enjoyed many laughs with here. God bless & rest in peace
  • Joan & Bill Allen

    on 03/30/15

    Dear friends, Sorry for your loss. May God wrap you in his arms and comfort you at this time.
  • Oregon United Methodist Church Funeral Committee

    on 03/30/15

    Bill, Jean and the Suneson family. Our very sincere condolences to you and your families on the loss of such a wonderful Mother, Grandmother and friend. Our prayers are with you.
  • Carolee J. James

    on 03/30/15

    So sorry for loss. Mary was like a mother to me also. When attending grade school & highschool. She butterflied my cheek when our metal screen door cut it open during a, (another), fight with Jay. She will be missed. RIP Mary, love you.
  • on 03/30/15

    Praying for all of you as you go through this sad time Hugs and PRAYERS Shirley
  • Sharon Lauer

    on 03/30/15

    Bill, Jean and Family: So sorry to read about Mary. What a dear lady. May she rest in peace and her and Ted are now together. Remember all the good times and keep her memories with you. Know that you are all in my prayers.
  • Audrey Stanley

    on 03/31/15

    Bill, Jean and family. My sincere condolences in the loss of Mary. May you find comfort in the memories that you have together. Bless you all in your time of sorrow.
  • Eve Anderson Leather

    on 04/01/15

    Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of your mom. As the school nurse for our children, she was kind, knowledgeable and compassionate. In her later years I grew to know her even more and every time I saw her she brightened my day. It has been a privilege for me to be a small part in her life. She was a truly great lady.
  • Tracy Schlapia Finley

    on 04/01/15

    My sincerest sympathies to th family and friends of Mary. I grew up in Stillman Valley and remember Mary most in the sixth grade. She was a gentle soul. Will never forget her. May the loving comfort of God's arms guide you and may your memories comfort you.
  • Beth Wolber

    on 04/02/15

    Mary was a beautiful lady - she used to "watch over" my dog walking up and down 14th Street. She will be sadly missed!!
  • Barbara

    on 04/02/15

    I was sadden to hear of the passing of Ms. Suneson. I visited with her on several occasions to demonstrate low vision strategies and magnifiers. She was such a wonderful lady. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.
  • Cherryl Sparks

    on 04/03/15

    Dear Suneson extended family, We will all miss the matriarch of your family. It is hard to imagine your family gatherings without her! Mary and all of you have always welcomed the Sparks family and made us feel so welcome. Thank you for the memories.
  • Cheri Wright

    on 04/03/15

    May years of happy memories give you strength during your loss.
  • Tom & Terry Stone

    on 04/04/15

    Bill & Jean: you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. She was such a wonderful lady.
  • Merrill Davis

    on 04/20/15

    To Mary's Family, While minister at First Christian in Oregon, I drank more coffee with Bill & Lila Kaufmann, your dad, and after she retired, your mother, than anyone else in town! May God comfort you in your loss. Merrill
  • Midge and Bill Elkins

    on 04/27/15

    To all of Mary's family, Please know Bill and I will miss your mom very much. she meant a lot to us and she will always be in our hearts. She was the best and she will be forever "mom". God bless you all
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