Mary-Landgrave-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Burkhart Funeral Home - Crawfordsville

Mary Landgrave

Nov 27, 1941 - Mar 15, 2013

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It is with great sadness that I sign the Guest Book. Mary and I had many talks at Beltone and I missed her gentle nature and her smile when she moved from Kokomo. I enjoyed her stories about her and her friends while they traveled. I often joked with her about sneeking into her luggage on her next trip or cruise. My prayers are with all of you.
Terri Schneider (Beltone)

I am saddened by the news of Mary's passing. She was my neighbor for several years in Cobblestone Village. I loved her and the times we spent together neighboring and having dinner at least once a month were wonderful. She knew I was right next door if she needed me and I knew the same of her. She was such a special person and I will miss her very much. It broke my heart when she moved and once again my heart breaks that she's gone although I know she'll be with Whitey and all her loved...

A great friend throughout the years. I'll miss her.

Although we will miss Mary; I know she is resting in peace. I will always treasure the times I got to spend with her and mom(joyce). We had some great times in Sharpsville, DC and last year on the cruise.

A group of us silly high school girls came together at about 13-14 years old.worked together at the gin- ger - boo , worked together, played together, went thru boyfriends, marriages, births divorces, more marriages, deaths and were all still friends after fiftyty- five years.i didn't get to see them as often as I'd have liked, some moved away , but I still love them all dearly and now we've lost one. Well miss her terribly. Peaceful rest, MaryLee.

Marylee was my best friend for 57 + years. All tho we were apart over the years, our friendship was always there and we both knew it. I grieve with you in this time for your mother and my friend. I loved her too.

I send my sympathy and Prayers to Mary's family. Mary was a great friend. We bowled together,traveled to New Orleans to visit Connie. Mary was with me when my husband had open heart surgery and during his death. What a wonderful LADY! We will all miss her greatly.So sorry for all of our loss.

You will always live in our hearts and prayers. Kathy, Shari and Donna know that your Texas family loves you and grieves with you in the loss of your Mom.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time of sorrow. God has taken another Angel home. May God bless Mary and all of you.

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Mary's Obituary

Mary Lee Landgrave of Crawfordsville passed away Friday morning at home. She was 71.Born November 27, 1941 in Crawfordsville, she was the daughter of Mary E. Counts and Floyd Smith but she was raised by David McClain as her father. Her first marriage was to Donald E. McClure in Paris, Illinois,...

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