“Dear Diane and family. Greg and I are so sorry to hear of this tragidy. We remember Mary being so kind, warm smile, and full of life. She was welcoming to all of us. We Hope ypu all find peace soon and feel her presence with ypu always. Love Kay and Greg Longerbone
“To the Dickmeyer family -
I was saddened to hear of the tragic loss of your mother. I know it must be hard, it's not easy to lose your mother. Know that others share your grief and are thinking of you. I pray that God will put His arms around you and give you peace, comfort and strength to carry on.
“Everett and family
So sorry to hear of your loss. We will miss seeing Mary at Lobster Lake. She was a wonderful person and will be missed by many.
“To the family of Mary,
We are so sorry for your loss. My kids and I always stopped to say hello when we are out walking and saw her. Her bright smile and warm hello will be missed. Our deepedst condolences to you all.
“I will always remember Mary as the lady who planted the Impatient flowers in her two copper boilers under the pine trees. That was the sign that she was back at Lobster Lake after spending the late fall and winter in AZ, She was a lovely lady and an interesting and caring person to talk with when I walked my golden retriever past her home. Her smile and her beautiful flowers will be missed.
“To Uncle Dick, Diane, Pam, and Ron. We were all so very sad to hear about Aunt Mary. She was a very special Aunt to each of us and a wonderful sister to Mom. We wish we could be with you now, but know that you are in our prayers. All our love to each of you. June
“My sincere condolences to Dick, Pam,Diane and Ron on your sad loss. I enjoyed many years working with Mary both at Eitel and Nicollet Clinic. She was a terrific nurse in both settings. I was fortunate to know her and visit her at the lake and in Arizona. Her sudden passing was a shock to all and I know she will be missed by her large circle of relatives and friends. May you be comforted knowing she is in God's care after all her years of caring for all the people she met.
“Pam, I think this is your mother? I wanted to say how sorry I am for you and your family. My prayers for comfort for you!
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Mary Dickmeyer passed away in Plymouth, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Mary are being provided by Plymouth Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 20, 2013.