In Memory

Mary Tally (Johnson) - Class Of 1969

Mary Tally (Johnson)



 
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04/30/09 12:52 PM #1    

Marcella (Marty) Kissinger (Fahm) (1971)

Mary with all the problems you had faced, I guess the loss of your parents was the worst part as a young child, but you never told others how bad things were you always had a smile on your face and were laughing. You were so happy when you and your husband were blessed with a little girl. Happiness would be short lived as your husband was in the service, and you found yourself alone to raise a baby. You did that with a smile on your face. Your sister that raised you found herself raising your child as she found herself at 13 haveing lost both her parents. She now has that same smile you had. Sadly missed Mrty Kissinger

10/18/09 08:39 PM #2    

Kim Thompson (1970)

I was a lowly sophomore in 1967. We were separated into homerooms by our last names, so i was in Mary's. i was in school only a month when i found out i was to have open heart surgery to correct a birth defect. i was out of school for a month. While i was in intensive care hooked up to all kinds of tubes and wires, there was one student, for that matter, one person of any capacity to visit me. It was Mary. She brought me a flower arrangement and i have never forgotten her kindness. i was very saddened to see she has passed away. I still remember how good it made me feel when she came. I didn't know her but it didn't matter to me or to her. i will never forget her.
Kim Thompson

02/09/12 07:33 PM #3    

Joy Stokes (Cain) (1969)

Mary was in My Homerooms at City High School; First Mrs. Smallwood and then Ms. Strong.  I remember Mary to be such a Light and Whimsical Spirit; and I Loved Her Sense of Individualism.  She was a very Kind and Sweet Girl who was always Nice to Me.  I believe she rubbed off on Me a Little as I too have Developed Some of Her Authenticity and Individualism that Reminds Me of Her.  Love, Joy Stokes Cain

 


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