Mary-Brink-Obituary

Mary Brink

Zeeland, Michigan

May 14, 1930 – Jul 25, 2019 (Age 89)

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Mary (VandenBerg) Brink, age 89, of Zeeland went to her Heavenly Home on Thursday, July 25, 2019. She is predeceased by her husband, Herb, on July 29, 2012, as well as her 4 siblings and several in-laws. She is survived by her children: Ron and Elizabeth Brink, Linda and Terry Boerman, Dale and...

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Dear Linda.. my deepest sympathy to you and your family.Your mom was such a special person in my life. I hurt for your loss. She was an amazing person who touched so many lives. She will ALWAYS hold a special place in my heart. Her guidance, wisdom and friendship I will never forget... I lost both of my sister's in this past year as well as a sister-in -law, brother in law and 5 dear friends and now your mom. I am truly grateful for those SPECIAL people in my life.It has been an extremely ...

I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of Mary. She was a gem to volunteer with in the TRIP room at ZCS for many years. My sympathies to Terry and Linda and the entire family who will surely miss her presence. My prayers are with you.

I had the privilege of knowing Mary in a couple of different settings - first as co-parishioners at the same church a number of years ago and then getting reacquainted at Royal Atrium Inn and Providence. I remember her a prayer warrior and also someone who always spoke highly of her husband and her family. I loved hearing her tell of her life-changing experience at a Billy Graham crusade. She was a lovely person and I am grateful to have known her. Sincerely, Cindy N, Chaplain Royal...

Your family's are in my thoughts and prayers, it was a blessing to have your mother as a neighbor growing up. She always had a smile on her face and willing to lend a helping hand.

Marjorie Wolters wrote, "watching my sister-in-law as we double-dated, raised our families, and celebrated many highlights was always a pleasure. I'm looking forward to our heavenly reunion."

I will miss my dear sweet Aunt Mary. I so enjoyed our visits. We would sing, pray and read the Bible and chat about life. It was such a blessing to me. I know the angels and the Lord was with her here on earth and now she is in Glory. She would always say she was ready for Heaven but here is okay too. She taught me so much. The words that best describe her are "delightful" and "Christian". She was a faithful follow of Christ and now has heard "well done good and...