Condolences for Mary Ruth Oxendine

Patsy Muscato posted on 2/10/19

What can I say about my favorite cousin of all times. The memories of us growing up are priceless playing house in the basement with a cardboard store she was always the cashier. We went to the store and she bought a hershey bar and sold us a square for a nickle (thats what the candy bar costs) There are too many memories to list. This is what I choose to remembef of Mary. I will miss her almost daily phone calls. Mary will always be in my heart and I will miss her to the point of tears daily


Phyllis posted on 2/9/19

Hold close to your heart your many loving memories of Mary and know she is no longer in pain. I pray that you are comforted in knowing that God hates death, views it as an enemy, and longs to restore life to those who are asleep in death who He remembers through his son Jesus Christ, 1 Co 15:26, Isa 26:19, and Acts 24:15. May you look forward to the time when all sickness, death, and morning will be no more, Rev 21:4. Now may Jehovah grant you continuous peace during your time of sorrow. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy.


Lynn Eichelberger posted on 2/9/19

What do you say when your heart is breaking... I am not blood.. however from the day her niece and I became friends 35 years ago... she became my Aunt Mary too..the world truly lost a beautiful soul.. the day heaven gained a Angel ... all my love to my second family...



Greg and Margaret Raymer posted on 2/7/19

Willie, Junior, Scott and family, we were saddened to hear about Mary. We know you loved her very much and we hope your grief will not weigh too heavily on your hearts. Know we are thinking of you at this very sad time. Greg and Margaret.


Missy Durns posted on 2/7/19

Scott Jr, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Remember all the wonderful time you got to spend with your Granny. She will live forever in your heart! All our love, Missy, Tully and Megan and Jacob.


Sean Royal posted on 2/7/19

To the best granny in the world, I love you! My memories of you will never fade. You are the epitome of what a grandmother should be and I was blessed to have you in my life for 27 years. To the strongest women I know I love you.


Brandy Wilcox posted on 2/7/19

Many of my memories are filled with you Mary. Growing up, you were such an inspiration as a mother figure and you and Willie Sr instilled the values of what a whole and complete family was truly like. You were never unkind and always opened your table up at dinner when I was there. I know Katie and I tested your last nerve as teens but you always reciprocated with love and compassion. I will always remember the open door, whether it was at dinner or all weekend and not one time did I ever feel unwelcome. Right up until 2 weeks ago you were the same person that was so instrumental in my life. We will miss you greatly but I know you held good on your promise of hugging Chris when you got to Heaven. Now you are rejoicing at the feet of Jesus, I must admit I am a little bit jealous but I know you are no longer in pain and I will see you again. I love you.