I was just thinking about Mary Lou today. Decided to look her up on google and saw the obituary. Mary Lou you are missed. Love RoseAnn
Always remembered never forgotten even after all these years. A great unique lady with a heart of gold. Tears from across the world in lanark are with you. Gods gates are open for you. All my love
In this time of Mary Lou leaving this Earth I am reflecting of the kinship we share on the Earth. Knowing Mary Lou,her wonderful family and being friends with Chuck since 1982 makes me SO GRATEFUL GOD puts us with those we can relate to at times and I truly related to this fabulous woman living life her way, free spirited laughing sharing and caring...Phone calls were long and deep filled with fun too! WHAT A BEAUTIFUL GAL! Always fond memories of your kind heart and selfish ways,My best,Love,
Mike, Kayla, Vanessa and Ryan our prayers are with you at this time.
Tricia and Shane Lowery
Dear Terry and Bob: My thoughts and prayers are with you today. Our first teacher in life is our Mother. Follow her recipe on life and you will do just fine. My condolences, Angie Bolt (mitzi's friend)
I remember Mary Lou as an attractive, sometimes funny lady.
When I was a kid, my mom ( tia Gorda and tia Vicky) would make trips to Phoenix to visit the family.
During one of those visits she made the most beautiful delicious lemon meringue pie.
My heart goes out to all of you. May you all continue to remember all the good memories she's left behind.
Even if we didn't visit often, whenever we did, MaryLou was so warm and generous; she enjoyed giving.....whether it be gifts from places she'd lived in, or just her time, she gave. I will always have pleasant memories of Mary Lou.
My sincere sympathy for her children and grand and great-children and family. Virginia Pesqueira(Cousin)and kids, Anthony and Lydia.
I did not know Mary Lou, but her love for her family is reflected in her daughter - my friend Mary.
Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.
As a teenager, I spent a lot of time in Mary Lou's house. Carla and I were practically inseparable. I learned a lot about life and look back with great fondness of the time spent there. What a joy to have known Mary Lou and all her children.
Condolencias para ti y tu familia Debbi