Miss Cox was a very special teacher and person to me. She became a wonderful friend to my family and a role model. The success I have today is due in large part to her compassion, dedication, and support throughout the years. I will miss you Miss Cox.
Mary Louise was very dedicated to St Thomas Moore and Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish. Her compasion and love of life were evident in all things she was undertook. She will be missed by all who knew her. God speed.
Dear Mitzi, Barb and Tom - I am so sad that I cannot be there with you to say good bye to Mary. It was special that Ginny and I could come down to see Mary and you. I will treasure our visit and the pictures we took of us together. Dad and your parents were able to greet Mary when she ascended to heaven. I know they had a great reunion. May my cousin Mary rest in peace and may all of you have fond memories of your dear sister. Love, Cousin Dolly
Miss Cox was a very special teacher, whom I have always remembered. Rest in Peace, Miss Cox. We all shall miss you very much.
Mary was a dedicated presence at Thomas More High School, while I served as principal there for four years. She was one of the few who always offered advice and help to support the students who were the love of her life. She always had a warm smile and a good heart. Kind to all. Bless her memory.
Mary will be missed, she was always helpful, cheerful and generous. My sympathy to her sisters and brother. We as a family at Sacred Heart Parish have lost a special member. Until we meet again.
I never forgot Miss Cox though it has been many years since high school. She had a way to make each student feel special. It was always a pleasure going to class. She has touched alot of people in her life. My deepest sympathy to the family.
My cousin, Mary Louise, and I had a special relationship as cousins because we were both born on the same day and in the same year. Since I am one of "The Wagner Cousins", I have many happy memories of our times together and I will miss her. I send my deepest sympathy to you, Mitzi, Barb, and Tom, with the loss of your sister, Mary
Mary Louise has touched so many students lives. She will be missed. But never forgotten. Her positive spirit will always be around us. We love you!
sincere sympathy. your family in my prayers.
Judy Cudahy Andersen
It is with heartfelt pain and sadness as I learn of the news about my esteemed Latin professor. The world has lost a very special human being who brought much joy and knowledge to people.
I was lucky to be one of her first students in 1970 at Pio Nono High School. In the two years that I studied under her, she broadened my knowledge of the Latin language as well as enabled me to appreciate some wonderful Latin classics which to this day I have not forgotten.
I feel fortunate that I was able to personally thank her and tell her how much I appreciated all her efforts when I saw her last year. However, she felt that my thanks were not necessary because as a professional educator she was only doing what God had called her to do, but in humilty she thanked me nonetheless.
She was an effective, inspirational and a genuine role model for many. May her family and friends take comfort in that she is now resting in peace with our Lord.
Requiem aeternam dona ei, Domine: et lux perpetua luceat ei.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
I feel very blessed to have had Mary in my life. We met in grade school at St. Mary's in Kenosha and continued on thru high school and graduated together from St. Mary's in '58. She was an inspiration to all those who were privledged to know her. Sincerest sympathy to all of her family.
Jean (Roemer) Slagoski