Condolence: THIS SADDENS ME TO RUN ACROSS THIS. MARY WAS ALWAYS A SPOT OF SUNSHINE ANYTIME I WENT IN HER ROOM. MARY WAS ALWAYS SMILING NO MATTER HOW MUCH PAIN SHE WAS IN. SHE CARRIED A STRENGTH WITHIN HER THAT I ADMIRED AND LOOKED UP TO. HER FAMILY WAS HER PRIDE AND JOY!! WHEN SHE WOULD TALK ABOUT HER FAMILY HER EYES AND FACE WOULD BEAM. HER WALLS WERE ALWAYS COVERED WITH PICTURES CREATED BY GRANDCHILDREN AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF HER FAMILY. SHE WAS LOVED BY ALL THAT KNEW HER. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE AND GUIDE FROM ABOVE. MARY YOU WILL BE MISSED!!
Condolence: Growing up on Payeville Rd. we were close with the Pratt Family. Mary's father, Allie, would come up and visit with my father. They would talk at length about farming, etc. All of the Payeville kids would skate in Allie's farm field after it flooded in the winter from the brook overflowing. Mary was one of the greatest nurses you could ask for. You always knew that you were in good hands. She was a kind and gentle person with a sweet face. She will never be forgotten by those who knew her. May she rest in peace.
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers are with all the family. I have so many fond memories of all the Kinville family. Elizabeth was one of the kindest ladies I have ever known. May God give you comfort in this time of loss. Blessings to all of the family.