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May 22, 2015

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January 1, 2015
Deepest sympathies to the May family. Tamra (Low) Amato
October 27, 2014
I grew up next door to Mrs. May, Marilyn and Barbie (Barbara) were my childhood playmates. She was a very good mother to me. As a little boy, I was a handful, still am at 63, but since, Marilyn and Barbie and I played together everyday, she put up with me. She was the prettiest lady, and Mr May was so handsome. They took to see My Fair Lady, Music Man. Marilyn and Barbie and me, use to stand in the cold waiting for the school bus, in front of my house, or the Sunset Nursery. Grew up on horses, played cowboys and Indians, baseball, even Man from Uncle. But above all, M & B & Me, were Explorers, going up the creek in our area. Mrs. May was the best baker in the world!! I don't know how many brownies I snatched when I thought no one was looking. Her chocolate cake was so amazing to a boy my age. Growing up next to the May family was one of the greatest gifts in my life. We were allowed to be kids, playing kick ball and kick the can, and making inner tube rafts, to sail the great seas (creek by the old graveyard.) How Mrs. May put up with us, (there were no pcs, tv in our area was a couple of channels), but she did, and taught us manners too if we misbehaved. I will always remember you, Mrs. May, as the beautiful lady, that opened the door for me and I could run upstairs, and go see Marilyn and Barbie.
September 9, 2014
Margaret May was one amazing Lady. I have so many happy memories with her, and her family. All the Christmas Eves, dinner parties, Easter egg hunts, the weddings, my parents 25th Wedding anniversary, my Father's memorial, and when she came to the hospital to say goodbye to my Mother. I will never forget her. My life was enriched by having her in it. I am sorry and sad for those she left behind. But I know she is home now with John, and I am sure with my parents playing cards once again.
September 3, 2014
To the May family,
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss of Margaret-- may she rest in peace. She was such a sweet person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families during this difficult time. Jeff and Candice Young
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