Mary J. Kilgore

January 22, 2010

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Visitation:
North Main Street Willard OH 44890 1/25/2010 14:00:00

Visitation 2:
1/23/2010 10:00:00

Service:
North Main Street Willard OH 44890 1/26/2010 11:00:00

Mary J. Kilgore, age 70, passed away on January 22, 2010 at the Firelands Regional Medical Center in Sandusky, Ohio. She was born on April 9, 1939 in Saylersville, KY. to the late Clark and Tressie (Back) Rowe. She was a member of the Faith Builders Church in Willard and enjoyed quilting, gardening and flowers.
She is survived by her spouse, Kizer Kilgore; one brother Fred H. Rowe of Willard; five daughters, Wilma (Terry) Allen of Norwalk, Margie (Nelson) Shaarda of Willard, Debbie (Mike) Coburn of Willard, Carolynn (Mark) Kilgore of Greenwich and Mariann (Jeff) Stumbo of Willard; five sons, Larry (Judy) Kilgore of Willard, Rex (Stella) Kilgore of Willard, David Kilgore of Willard, Kizer Jr. Kilgore of Willard and James (Jackie) Kilgore of Willard; 29 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Juanita Patrick and one infant brother, Cletus Rowe.
Friends may call at the Faith Builders Church in Willard, Ohio on Monday, January 25, 2010 from 2-9 PM where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 11:00 AM with Reverends A.B. Rowe and Fred Rowe Jr. officiating. Burial will follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery in New Haven, Ohio. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com

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Crystal Caudill - Jan 28, 2010

To all of my family my prayer is that the peace of God will be felt on those days when you can’t believe she’s gone and that we allow ourselves to be held in the loving arms of Jesus. Mama set a beautiful example of how a woman who fears the lord should live their life while on earth… she had many fruits of the spirit but I will just list some she was kind, she didn’t hold grudges, she gave to the poor and needy, she loved us all without partiality, she trusted in the Lord, she had joy, she had faith in the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and she was humble. I loved Mama and she knew it and I knew she loved me and I am so, so thankful that God placed such a woman in my life and I am thankful for all the time I got to spend with her she has forever touched my life.

Pam Carter - Jan 27, 2010

TO ALL OF FAMILY IM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT MARYJANE, SHE WAS WONDERFUL PERSON.SHE WAS ALWAYS THERE FOR ME AND HAS DONE ALOT FOR MY SON MATTHEW WHICH I WILL ALWAYS BE GREATFULL , SHE WAS A VERY HARD WORKER, SHE LOVED HER GARDEN. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MARYJANE AS ONE THE SWEETEST LADIES I EVER GOT TO MEET. MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO ALL OF HER FAMILY. SHE WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED. IT WILL TAKE TIME FOR YOUR HEARTS TO HEAL, BUT KNOWING THAT SHE IS IN HEAVEN WITH THE LORD WILL HELP. I WANT SHERRY CARTER MY DAUGHTERINLAW TO KNOW THAT I LOVE HER,AND SHE IS IN MY PRAYERS, I KNOW SHERRY YOUR HEART IS BREAKING JUST TRY TO TO REMEMDER THAT MAMA IS IN A BETTER PLACE. GOD BLESS TO ALL THE FAMILY. LOVE, PAM CARTER AND JOHN MCMILLAN.

Florence Beaver - Jan 25, 2010

May God blessing be with all of through his almighty strengh and keep all of you in tender arms as you go through this difficult time that you face.
You are in my prayers and thought.
Florence ( Ida Minadeo daughter)

Fran Dotson - Jan 25, 2010

Margie and Mary Ann and families. I am so very sorry to hear about your mother. Please accept my condolences and you are all in my prayers. Only time will heal your broken hearts but knowing she is at peace with Jesus is the beginning of the healing. God Bless, Fran Dotson

Alisha Stephens - Jan 23, 2010

We the family of Ishmeal and Juanita Patrick send our greatest sympathy, your whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. We will always remember MaryJane as the sweetest lady, she was a lady that new how to raise a beautiful garden and family. Her family always came first to her. Mary you will always be loved and missed.
Love your belated sister, Juanita
and her family.

David & Sheila Tackett - Jan 23, 2010

Mary Jane was a very hardworking and wonderful person. She was always one of the first people to show up to help when there was work to be done. Her kindness went above and beyond just words. She was a doer. Our prayers are that the precious Comforting Spirit will overshadow Uncle Kizer and the entire family with love, comfort and grace. May the beautiful flower that we have lost grow gracefully in the wonderful Garden of Heaven.
Love and Prayers,
David & Sheila Tackett,
Ryan & Amy Tackett & family,
Kevin & Vicky Tackett,
Eric Tackett,

Goldie Wireman & Family - Jan 23, 2010

We have known Kizer and Mary Jane and their family for over 40 years. Our children grew up together and they have always welcomed us into their home with wonderful hospitality. Our thoughts and prayers are for you during this time of great loss. She was a wonderful friend to have and we will miss her.
May God bless and be with you all.
Goldie Wireman,
David & Sheila Tackett & family,
Tim & Vicki Wireman & family,
Terry Wireman & Whitney Wireman.