Gram, I just wanted to say how much I love you and what you meant to me. You were always there for all of us. I still remember the Globe trotter trip, Pirate game and circus. I'm sorry I hid from you in the clothes at the Dept store. You are the best, I am truly proud to call you my grandmother. Thank you for everything and I hope to see you in Heaven. With Love, your grandson. Jason
Mary Lib was a loyal worker for Red Cross. She worked middle of night and weekends to help others with their problems. She was a dear friend to my late mother, Louise Arnold. i saw herat my mother's memorial service, April 12, 2010. She was very kind person. She will be missed by family and love ones. She is with the Lord forever--no more pain and suffering, etc. She was a very good Christian. God bless your love ones always--Paul Arnold, his father, brothers Mark and Fred.
Friends and Family of Mrs. Batchelor, I used to work at Yolandas Restaraunt in Monaca and used to wait on Mary on Sundays. She was a wonderful woman to talk to and she always made me laugh. She was always happy and smiling and she was one of my favorite customers. I definitley looked forward to seeing her she was always positive and just had a glowing personality. It was hard not to like her. My heart goes out to all her friends and family mourning her death. I know Mary is in heaven looking down on us smiling.
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We have enjoyed and admired Mary Lib through the years. She kept appearing in surprising service areas, always joyfully giving of herself. We also went to dances with Elvin and Mary Lib, enjoying their good company. Unfortunately, in recent years we have not seen much of Mary Lib, but we know she couldn't help giving of herself.
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Dear Janie, Craig, Mark and Family, We are so sorry for the loss of your mother. We wish so much that we could be with you to celebrate her life. After watching the video tribute, we remembered how greatly Mary Lib enjoyed life and and loved her family. We know how much she will be missed. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and we will be very sad here in Florida to say our goodbyes! Again, we wish we could be there! Love, Aunt Kay and Linda
"Ms.Mary" as my children would call her was an amazing lady that I had the opportunity of knowing the past 3yrs...She was a wonderful caring person who loved to play,laugh,and joke with me and my children. Mary I will never forget your beautiful smile and wonderful spirit May God keep your family during this very difficult time. Mary it was a pleasure knowing you until we meet again...
With deepest sympathy for you loss. Our thoughts are with you. The Radatovich Family
Dear Batchelor Family, It was with a great sense of loss when I heard of Mary's passing. I wanted to let you know that you have my deepest sympathy and my heart is truly saddened.
Claudia, I am so sorry to hear about your mother. My sympathy to you and your family. Deb Baker
Mary was such a wonderfully warm and loving person and I will never forget all the times I spent with her as a youth volunteer at the American Red Cross. Her compassion for others and the sense of duty to giving back to those less fortunate then ourselves were life lessons she instilled into me. She will deeply missed. My prayers & thoughts are with all of you during the this difficult time. May it help to know she touched the lives of many. In deepest sympathy, Amy Heinl
I worked with Mary @ Valley Internal Medicine. She was a wonderful person - someone I will never forget. She was a very kind, thoughtful and generous and compassionate lady who has touched so many lives. I have such fond memories of the times we shared. You have my deepest sympathies on her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. May the Lord comfort you in your grief. Michele Borkovic and Family
Dear Janie, Mark and Craig, Just reading of your Mom's passing, I'd like to extend my deepest sympathy to all of you. We haven't been in close touch in recent years but she's been in my thoughts. I'll never forget the disappointment she voiced when I left the valley and moved to Texas. We were buddies for a long time -- from football mothers until my move! She was quite a cheerful individual, ready to help in any manner. She'll be missed by all who knew and loved her. Love, Jackie Schofield
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.