Photo courtesy of Roselawn Funeral Home and Cemetery

In Memory Of

Mary Imelda Kammerer

Decatur, Alabama

Nov 13, 1922 - May 6, 2012

Guest Book

I was sorry to hear about Miss Mary. She was a wonderful, sweet lady who I enjoyed knowing through the library. My most memorial times of her is when she always enjoyed her chocolate at lunch and the nuts in a snicker bar. She also enjoyed raising her black skirt just a little and showing us her legs and just smiling. Glad she's with her brother and her sister and her God.
Wanda Hendrix

My dear friend Mary is gone and the world is a lesser place for it. When I read Joyce Kilmer's Trees and sing a few bars of Jeepers Creepers Where did you get those peepers I will here my friend's voice and bask in the warmth of her chuckle.

Will Bynum

We worked with Mary at the library and continue to miss her here.

We are so sorry for your loss.

I'm so sorry to hear about your Aunt. Thak you for including me in your list.
Being your Mother's twin sister, it's almost like losing your Mother a second time. Your daily chats with her. What a wonderful nephew you are. That will surely leave a big emptiness. Thank goodness for your strong Faith. That is the best salvo.
Take care,

Mary will be greatly missed. I worked with her for a number of years at the library. She was a joyful lady whose laughter I loved to hear.

We are saddened to learn of the loss of your dear Aunt Mary. She was a truly delightful lady, and I am so glad that we had the chance to get to know her during her Phoenix visits. I know she will be missed here, but her new home is with our Lord. A prayer for peace and blessing is being said for her family and loved ones.

Thinking of Miss Mary brings a smile to my face. She was so unforgettable to work with at the library because of her sweet disposition, politeness, optimism about life and her relentless desire to learn something new everyday. I really enjoyed all of her interesting stories about her life in New Jersey. I hope that I will find my golden years as sweet as Miss Mary's or should I say the "Jersey Girl's" life.

I will always miss receiving the beautiful cards from Miss Mary....

I remember Mrs. Mary fondly.I worked with her at Wheeler Basin when I was a teenager and in my early twenties. She always brightened my day. She would even share her precious chocolate with me. She will be missed.

Our Miss Mary, you will be missed! You were a joy to know, an iconoclast, an independent woman, someone who rejoiced in life and friendship [and chocolate], someone I admired and loved.
Thank you for your years of dedication to the library; you were a gem to us, and now you are a star.
~Tina [and Dan]


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