Mary-Cargill-Obituary

Mary Janet Cargill

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Mary Cargill passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on February 7, 2010.

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Dear Family of Mary Janet,
We are so very sorry for your loss. We were fortunate to have met Mary Janet at The Reserve and enjoyed golf and a few dinners with her over the years. I was a new golfer when paired with her once on ladies day and she was so kind, encouraging and helpful to me. She was a true competitor and it was clear she loved golf. The gathering at the Reserve club on the 19th was a fitting and lovely tribute of her life. Mary Janet was an authentic and genuine human...

JIm, Austen and Marianne, I'm sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I will always remember her kindness to us "kids" growing up (even when we didn't deserve kindness:) Brent Frost (Winston-Salem)

Jim, Austin, Marianne and family,

I so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. It was great to see her again at Patrick's wedding. We got a chance to catch up on things. She was always such a nice lady. She will be missed.

John & Diane King

Mary Janet was amazing. She was such a lady. I had the pleasure to golf and play bridge with her. She was down to earth and treated everyone with respect. All of us will truly miss her. Carol Hanson

Cynthia,Austin and families, I am so sorry to hear about Mary's passing. I will be thinking and praying for you to stay strong in this sad time.

My sincerest condolences to the Cargill and Liebmann families relative to the loss of Mary Janet.

Joan Kampmeyer

Dear Family,

I am one of the original "Pussies". So, I have had the pleasure of enjoying Mary Janet over the last 20 years. What a kick of time we have had over all those years!

At first I was taken aback by her being such a private person, but then moved beyond that and found out what a truly unique person and friend she was. I am so very thankful she was in my life. She was fun, strong, God know competitive, and a true friend.

She will be...

We are all truly sorry for your untimely loss. We'll be thinking of you during this difficult time.

Mary,you were a great bridge partner and score keeper. I will miss our evenings at Paneras and our early card games. You were not only a lovely individual, but a good friend. I am saddened by what you went through. You are in my heart. Cookie