Mary-Sheehan-Obituary

Mary Sheehan

Dallas, Texas

1927 - 2017

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SHEEHAN, Mary Mary Margaret, Kathleen, Doedy, John, and Jack Sheehan are saddened to report the death of our cherished mother Mary Sheehan. Mary Louise Mayers Sheehan was born on a dairy farm January 10th, 1927 and died peacefully on Saturday, February 11, 2017. She was preceded in death by her...

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My condolences to the family. May the wonderful memories of your loved one comfort you until God's promises are fulfilled. Matthew 5:5

Bill and Mary were dear friends of my parents, Wayne and Winnie White, from college years until the death of each. It has been special to me through the years that the four of them had this lovely and lasting friendship. My parents were missionaries to Mexico, and my sibling and I grew up there. One year my parents sent us to Texas for a few weeks. Bill and Mary picked us up at the border and drove us to their home hours away. Mary took us to the grocery store and told us we could each...

I will miss you forever Grandmary. Perhaps one day we will meet again

Dear Doedy and KJ, You know that I want to be there with you. I love you both and know what a strong and beautiful example your mother was for you all, and then many others. She leaves a part of her in all of those she taught to grow in a manner that was directed upwards. Love you and sending many hugs and prayers for all of you! Teresa

John & Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Kathy Addington & Family

She was my English teacher in high school and she was a wonderful teacher--she made you think and cared about what you said. She was tough too--never let you slip below your best! So very sorry for your loss.

Sorry for the loss of a dear loved one. May you find comfort during this grieving moment. Psalm 105:4.

Between school and church, she helped raise hundreds and hundreds of the children of our "village," and I am grateful to be one of them. Her standards and expectations were high, and it took effort to meet them, but her approval was everything. Everything. Well done, Mrs. Sheehan, good and faithful servant.

Mrs. Sheehan was an incredible role model for both adults and students. She epitomized the saying "A life well lived." My heart goes out to the family she left behind, but they have to know that she is thought of so highly by so many.