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August 17, 2018

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January 11, 2018
My deepest condolences to the entire family. Mary and Clayton were the best. Will always remember the good times and visits we had. Sincerely, Jill Bries
January 9, 2018
We were so sorry to hear of Uncle Bener's and Aunt Mary's passing. Their leaving together is such a tribute to the love they shared for so many years. May you all be continually blessed and comforted in the days to come.
January 7, 2018
I have many fond memories of Clayton and Mary. My mother, Virginia Callahan from Green Bay was Clayton's aunt. Both Clayton and Mary were very good to all of the Callahan's. The last event they attended was my daughter Annie's wedding in 2011. We were so grateful that they were able to come. So happy to hear they left this earth together. To all of us they were role models of devotion.
January 4, 2018
I'll always have great memories of Uncle Beener (how the heck do you spell that, anyway) and Aunt Mary. They always seemed happy. He showed me by example that what others thought often wasn't all that important.