Condolence & Memory Journal

Mary was known as "Mac" to her classmates at St. V. She was sweet and a lot of fun. She was nice to all of us. As a junior when her brother John died in Vietnam, we all wore our uniforms to the funeral as a tribute to her and her brother. Lots of good memories of her. She loved the babies. Rest in peace friend.

From Marlene and all the class of 1970 of St.Vincent School of Nursing.

Posted by Marlene Poe-Greskamp - Westfield, IN   March 03, 2015

Candle

Although I didn't know her from her pictures I knew she was a hero

Posted by Jackie - Indianapolis, IN   January 19, 2015

Mary ( my cousin) and her siblings would visit my mom ( sometimes babysit me and my brother. Mostly Anna babysat, though.)and my mom would fix something for lunch they liked. For Angela it was scrambled egg sandwiches and when my mom knew Mary was coming she would make lots of pancakes. Once we had a contest to see who could eat the most, but I can't remember who won. I just remember being sick!

I am grieving that I didn't get a chance to spend more time with Mary.

Posted by Joanie Wilson - Carthage, IN   January 17, 2015

I have good memories of Mary taking me to Rhodius Park when we were both visiting Grandma Sophie. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Monica McAndrews - Ellsworth, ME   January 16, 2015

I was deeply saddened to read this. My thoughts and my prayers go out to all. She was a special lady.

Posted by Carol Dickison - Indianapolis, IN   January 16, 2015

I work with Mary at the hospital and I also became a care giver Mary was a wonderful person with a great personality and was very smart I will miss her and I love her your friend Snow I know the Gates of Heaven are open for you Mrs Snow

Posted by A friend   January 16, 2015

Condolences from the McAndrews cousins Elaine Reeners, Katleen Yeckel, Susan Allen, Renate Ferrante and Michael McAndrews. Children of Anthony and Alice.

Posted by Michael and Linda McAndrews - Spencerport, NY   January 15, 2015

Dear McAndrews Family,
There are few things more difficult than dealing with the loss of a loved one. I am honored that you have chosen our family to care for your family during this time. Please let me know if there is more we can do to help celebrate your loved-one's life.

My Warmest Regards,

Bruce W. Buchanan
4th Generation Owner
Since 1881
info@flannerbuchanan.com

Posted by Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Centers - Indianapolis, IN   January 13, 2015