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August 21, 2018

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December 9, 2017
Chuck, Elisa, and family you are in our thoughts and prayers. Going to miss her smiling face and kind heart. She will be greatly missed.
December 9, 2017
Chuck and Elisa, my thoughts are with you. Mary was so very loving and kind, always with a beautiful, beautiful smile!
December 9, 2017
My neighborhood became acquainted with Mary Lou in August, 1945. WWII came to an end on August 6, 2045. Thinking back maybe she had something to do with that!! A tremendous celebration occurred August 6, 2045 all over our country but also in our neighborhood where Mary Lou was born. Many of us "kids" were 8-10 years old then and we played many years on the vacant lot which was across the street from the Hage home. During her baby years Mrs. Hage would walk Mary Lou around the neighborhood in the appropriate vehicle during the warmer periods, so we all got to know Mary Lou as she and us grew up.
When we would play on the vacant lot Mrs Hage would bring Mary Lou outside to sit and watch us so we became acquainted with Mary Lou. CHasing balls which went into their yard or as she got older she would get the ball(s) and give to us as we ran or walked over to her yard to retrieve the ball. As she got older she would always say hi to us and laugh at us or whatever. As time marched on we got older and didn't see her quite as much but I am sure many of the guys and girls of that neighborhood never forgot her. She was a "PRESENCE" and sadly a reminder of how lucky we were. Healthy, looking to the future, and all the years went on. Mr.and Mrs.Hage carried on with life and the rest of their family.
I was fortunate. I used to see Mary Lou downtown waiting for the bus to take her places such as work or training. And of course Mary Lou if she saw me would always say hello. I became reconnected to some degree when Mary Lou became part of the Huss family by marriage. In her world she struck oil as the connection to the Huss family and friends made her life so much better, I am sure. May she rest in peace and hopefully is reunited with her Mom and Dad who loved her so much.
December 7, 2017
Our deepest condolences to the family!