Condolences for Mary Dean

Anne Hancock posted on 4/5/20

I am so sorry to for your loss. Many memories of happy times at Georgetown Visitaition. My thoughts and prayers for all the family.

 

Sue Joens posted on 3/30/20

Dear Mary's smiling blue eyes will be missed. Accomplished, yet unassuming, her grace touched so many.

 

maria garay posted on 3/26/20

Mary oh how we enjoyed her at the gym, always strong to do her exercises with us! I'll miss you. Now you have a bigger calling! Rest In Peace my dear friend!!

 

Sharon D. Moore posted on 3/25/20

Mary was a well loved member of our Golds gym "Forever Fit" classes. She didn't let anything get in her way and always had a smile, and a book recommendation, to share. We will miss her greatly.

 

Robyn Joy Holland posted on 3/25/20

So many memories of Mary at our gym class. It was our great pleasure to drive Mary home after gym each Wednesday and Friday mornings. You will be sadly missed.

 

Mrs. Ann Pitts posted on 3/25/20

Chuck and family, our friendship with Mary was a treasure we will always hold dear. Mary now receives her rewards for all the hard work she did in His name. Peace be to you all.

 

Terry Edwards posted on 3/25/20

Tom, Sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Prayers for all the family.

 

Frank and Lori Stephenson posted on 3/24/20

What a true blessing Mary was to us. Our heart breaks for you but what a wonderful welcoming must have been waiting in heaven for her. Chuck we send our love and prayers to you and the boys. Frank and Lori

 

Anna Toconis posted on 3/24/20

I was so privileged to connect with Mary in 1993 when I moved to Wilmington. She was a dedicated, lovely lady that I am so glad to call a friend. Rest In Peace and know you made a difference in my life. Prayers to Chuck and the boys.

 

Michael Walz posted on 3/24/20

I feel deeply blessed to have known Mary Dean, not only as Matt's mother but also as a gracious and loyal friend. I respected her immensely. Her devotion to her family and resolute faith was truly inspiring. I greatly enjoyed visiting with her in Washington, DC, and at the Dean Family home, and our lengthy discussions on current events, politics, history, and faith. I will always remember her charm, warmth, and intellect, coupled with the distinctive sense of humor and command presence that is only forged from raising five sons. Most importantly, I will be forever grateful to Mary Dean for the marvelous example she set, the values she instilled, and the belief she inspired in all those who were lucky enough to have known her. May the Lord welcome Mary Dean into His kingdom with loving arms and comfort her husband, sons, extended family, and friends, while we celebrate the life and mourn the loss of a remarkable woman and loving servant of God.

 

Kristofer, Robyn, and Keegan Merck posted on 3/24/20

Mrs. Dean was a blessing to everyone she interacted with. She treated me like a son during my middle and high school years and I considered her a 2nd mother. God bless her and keep her in His loving arms. Sending love to the entire Family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Diana Heiss posted on 3/24/20

Matt, Teresa, & Family, I am so terribly sorry for your loss and that I cannot be there with you to celebrate the life of Mary. I am so glad that I got to meet her, if only briefly. She truly was a remarkable human being. Sending my love and prayers.

 

Laura and Phil Triece posted on 3/24/20

A huge loss for all of us who have loved Mary and fought alongside her for the unborn. What a stalwart Patriot! Our love and condolences to Chuck and Sons,

 

Glenn Johnson posted on 3/24/20

A truly beautiful person with a beautiful and loving family. I only knew Mary for a brief time, but the time I knew her she made me feel like I was family and known her forever. She loved her husband Chuck and all her children and family and will be missed by them all and all who knew her. My condolence and thoughts and prayers for the family.