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Mary Francis (Parsons) Reinhart

1935 - 2019
Mary Francis (Parsons) Reinhart Obituary
Mary Francis (Parsons) Reinhart

El Paso - Mary Francis (Parsons) Reinhart, 84, passed away at home on Tuesday September 24, 2019. Mary Francis was born on Friday, February 22, 1935, in El Paso Texas the daughter of Frank and Mary Parsons. Mary graduated at Ysleta High School, in El Paso Texas. Mary worked at Mountain Bell Telephone Company as an office clerk. There she met her husband, they married and with the addition of new family members, she elected to focus in their home raising their 4 children. As the children became independent, she attended El Paso Community College receiving her first certificate as a Licensed Vocational Nurse and later went back to school obtaining her Registered Nurse certificate El Paso Community College. She practiced her nursing profession in Ava Missouri and El Paso Texas 14 years. Mary was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served many years by appointments. She was happiest spending time reading, painting, drawing, knitting, quilting, walking and gardening. She was beloved by family and friends who will miss her generosity, kindness and sharing many stories about her life in Texas, Tennessee, Missouri and New Mexico.

Mary is survived by her son, Bobby, daughter Julia, son David, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; her brothers Ralph of Las Cruces NM and brother Frank of Dallas TX. Mary was preceded in death by her husband Bob of Ruidoso NM, her son Joseph Ruidoso NM, her brothers Jimmy of TX and Donald of TX.

A memorial service will be held Friday, September 27, 2019 4:30 p.m. at the LDS church 7100 Woodmont Ave NW, Albuquerque NM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the or a .
Published in Ruidoso News on Oct. 2, 2019
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