Sending condolences to all of Marie's friends and family. Although I never had the chance to meet her, I am thankful that she and my father Gary were able to make many wonderful memories together.
Marie was my mentor, boss, co-worker and friend ... I will miss talking to her in the gift shop...
My condolences to the rest of the family...
I am grateful that my dad Gary was fortunate to have Marie in his life and share numerous adventures with her over the last several years. My condolences to Marie's family.
We extend to Marie's family and to Gary our deepest sympathy at this time of loss. When we moved to Schuyler County over ten years ago Marie, with her smiling face, was among those to welcome us here. Her smiling face and personality will be sorely missed and we can only hope and pray that her family and Gary will be comforted all their days with warm memories of Marie.
In Sympathy, John and Janet Neal
Maryjane so sorry for your loss.
Marie was a coworker,boss, and a great friend like no other.She took her work seriously and held everyone accountable for what part they had in a patient’s care. She was always wearing her whites and nursing cap even when they were out of style.Later in life after Marie had retired circumstances in life brought our lives back together in a way like no other. She was there when I needed her most.I will always look up to the person she was.What put a smile back on her face when she met the new love of her life Gary. Marie I will miss you but thank you for making me a better person.Fly high Marie with our Lord we will meet again. Cindy Lovell LPN.
I had the privilege and the pleasure I'm working with Murray when I was employed at Schuyler Hospital for approximately 16 years I met Marie even before that working on the ambulance and when I worked in the emergency room and worked hand-in-hand when I was house supervisor with Marie she will be missed dearly she taught me a lot rest in peace Thomas golden RN