Mary T. Matheson
Date of Death: March 17, 2011
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Mary T. Matheson, 63 Mary T. Matheson, 63, of Lafayette, Ind., died 10:00 p.m. Thursday, March 17, 2011, at her residence. She was born May 23, 1947, in South Bend to the late John and Helen Wisniewski Bonczynski. She graduated from Washington High School in South Bend and has an Associate?s Degree from Purdue University…

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Tonya Juarez left a message on March 22, 2011:
I am very sorry to hear that Mary passed away. I enjoyed working with her on various furniture projects over the years for the St. E School of Nursing. She was a very kind lady who has done a lot for the community, and she will be greatly missed.
Sandra Matheson left a message on March 21, 2011:
We were so sorry to hear the news about Mary. She had a long battle but fought it with dignity and grace. At least she is at peace and with God.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all you at this difficult time. I wish we could be there with you.

Take care and know we love you!

Sandy, John, Megan, Molly, Nate, Theresa, and Katie
Anderson King left a message on March 20, 2011:
To the family.

I knew Mary from work, I worked on the 4th floor of the School of Nursing for EMS education. I had to contact Mary during the year for rooms for my students for lectures and she was very pleasant and accommadating to me and my students. She will be missed the School of Nursing will not be able to find a person like Mary. I would see her from time to time in the hallway helping a student. She was always available when we needed her. A women of her statue she always called me mister King. She will be missed and my prayers go out to the her family. Rest well Mary.


Andy
Larry & Joyce Dresch left a message on March 20, 2011:
Mel & Family,
We are very sorry to hear that Mary has passed on to her eternal reward. We will pray for her and your family. She was always an inspiration and such a lovely person. We will be making a donation in her name. God Bless.
Cynthia Osborne left a message on March 20, 2011:
My greatest memory of Ms. Mary is her smile and her demeanor. No matter what kind of a day she or John may be having at school she always greeted you with a smile and a hug. She will be greatly missed by me but I know she was loved. Rest In Peace Ms. Mary
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Barbara and Bill Sondgerath left a message on March 19, 2011:
Dear Mel, Monica, Michelle, David, and families,
We extend our sympathy to all of you in your loss of Mary. We first met her through Pre-Cana at St. Lawrence. She and Mel were great examples of Christian marriage, both to the engaged couples, and to us on the team as well. By sharing their own personal story, they gave a wonderful gift to us all. I&ll always remember the story of their ""ice cream dates.""
We will be with you in thought and in prayer at this difficult time. May you grow closer together as you remember special times with Mary.

God&s peace to you all,

Barbara and Bill Sondgerath
Gracie Jackson left a message on March 19, 2011:
While I didn&t know Mary well, I know from having contact with her children how much she was loved and will be missed. My thoughts are with all of you at this difficult time. Cherish your memories of her.
Lisa (Bonczynski) Spicer left a message on March 19, 2011:
To the Matheson and Bonczynski Families,

I send my condolesences on your loss. I was saddened to hear that Mary lost her fight with cancer. I send my love and prayers to each of you at this time of need. She has taken her journey home and has been reunited with John and Helen. May Mary Rest in Peace.

God Bless,
Lisa (Bonczynski) Spicer
Joe & Kathy Wisniewski left a message on March 18, 2011:
A ""True Angel"" returns to Heaven. As always in our prayers. Lots of Love.
Joe and Kathy
Jenne McMillin left a message on March 18, 2011:
To Mary&s family:
I do hope to get to the visitation, but may not make it due to medical appointment.
Mary meant a great deal to me while I worked at St. E&s from 1996-2008. We becae good friends and were in a prayer group together for part of that time. She taught me about love and overcoming, and a everythin I know about Catholicism.
I&m one of the ""lucky"" ones who has survived breast cancer. I have been praying for Mary since her first diagnosis. She fought the good fight and I&m sure her Heavenly Father has welcomed her home with open arms, saying ""Well done my good and faithful servant."" She had a wonderful balance of faith and works. She was a true believer.
i pray that your life journeys continue and that you stay strong in your faith and feel the comfort of the Holy Spirit daily.
PEACE AND LOVE IN JESUS CHRIST,
Jenne and Jay McMillin
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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