Mary Stevenson

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Died: February 1, 2020
Place: Meadow Park Nursing Home

Christina andersen
(Sunday, February 2, 2020)

I lived next to Mary Jo during my childhood. She was a wonderful person and she will be greatly missed. She was an amazing cook and baker. I will never have homemade dill pickles like hers again. She loved animals. She is also reunited with her fur babies Tammy, Wendy and Maddie, Otis and Bow now. I have many pleasant and happy memories of growing up living next door to Mary Jo. She was a kind and wonderful person.


Kay hansen
(Sunday, February 2, 2020)

I knew Mary Jo for a long time. I am 94 years old and I remember when Mary Jo and her husband raised their children in their home. I always liked Mary Jo. She will be immensely missed.


Nancy Warder
(Sunday, February 2, 2020)

A tribute to a Nurse who with grace , patience and a gentle hand welcomed many babies into the world .I always admired her for her calmness in every situations. I will miss talking and laughing with you. Goodbye My Friend.


Susan Price
(Monday, February 3, 2020)

I had the pleasure of working with Mary Jo during our delivery room years. She was a teacher and friend to everyone who joined that family. We enjoyed many happy days and celebrations over the years.
RIP Mary Jo


Janice Balogh
(Monday, February 3, 2020)

My most heartfelt condolences to MaryJo’s family. I worked with her in the delivery room for years and she was a pleasure to work with. Unfortunately I am away for awhile but am saddened by such a great lady,s passing. May she Rest In Peace. Janice Balogh


Pamela King
(Monday, February 3, 2020)

my deepest condolences to Linda, Greg & Mike. I recall some great times, lots of laughs with your mom. She was my savour when David was a baby. Helped me get through parenthood. Love to you all.


Kris Andersen
(Monday, February 3, 2020)

My wife and I were next door neighbours of Mary Jo for years. She was a kind person and we were lucky to have a wonderful person like her for a neighbour. It was a loss we felt when she moved out of her home. It is an even greater loss now that she has passed. Mary Jo will be missed.


Marie McCallum
(Monday, February 3, 2020)

Linda and David I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories and love for her help you through this difficult time.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Ginny (Terry) Schedewitz
(Wednesday, February 5, 2020)

I am saddened to learn of Mary Jo's passing. I worked with Mary Jo in the Delivery Room at Victoria Hospital in the early 1970's. She was such a kind and caring nurse and such a pleasure to work along side of her. I extend my deepest sympathy to all her family. May all the memories you have made keep you strong in the days ahead.


Kate Shiell
(Wednesday, February 5, 2020)

I am a volunteer at Meadow Park, and I met Mary when she came to live there. I found Mary to be a sweet, kind, and always upbeat even in her situation. She made an big impact on me in a short time and I will miss her terribly.


Bob Finlay
(Thursday, February 6, 2020)

Rose Marie & I are truly saddened by the passing of Mary. We were so pleased to have her join the hymn sing at Meadow Park. her faith was strong and she knew the lyrics to most old hymns. My deepest condolences to Greg and his family.


June Lunn
(Thursday, February 6, 2020)

Linda, Dave & family.
Sorry to hear of your loss. We are away but wish to express that our thoughts are with you. Keep the memories in your hearts.
With Blessings
Ross & June Lunn