Today our hearts are broken as we mourn the loss of our sister, Mary. Mary may have appeared a little rough around the edges to some, but she had a big heart, a warmth not others knew, love, and generosity that we will always remember. Mary’s passions in life were her family and her constant furry companions, Dolly, and Lily. Mary was born in Salem, OR on May 4, 1959 to Everett D. and Patricia E. Morrow (Davison) and died Friday, June 24, 2022 in Lincoln. Mary died unexpectedly at Bryan Hospital from a sudden illness.
Surviving brothers include Edward P. Morrow (Sandy) Eagle, NE, David P. Morrow (Cheryl) Edmonton, Alberta, CA, Sister, Paula E. Lueders (Dale) Lincoln, NE, Brother-in-Law Greg A. Stutheit Lincoln, NE. Many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. Special friends Kelli and Les Post and Amy Loos. She is preceded in death by parents Everett and Patricia Morrow and fiancé, Gary L. Wilbur.
She was raised in Lincoln, NE and graduated from Lincoln East High School in 1977. She was retired but continued to work a part-time job at Storage Mart to keep busy. Mary was not one to just sit around and let the grass grow underneath her, she loved the outdoors.
Our family will be having a private graveside inurnment. Condolences may be left at trumpmemorials.com. Memorials may be sent in care of the family to Trump Funeral Services, 1600 West “O” Street, Lincoln, NE 68528.
I am so sorry your Mary is gone.
Many many years ago I worked with Mary at Lincoln Parks and Rec. She was liked by all. I got a kick out of her sense of humor.
She was a good one and gone too soon.
I am so sorry to hear of Mary’s passing . I spent many hrs with Mary at the Prairie Life pool. So much to talk about and so many laughs as we enjoyed the water & sun . I was older than Mary but she didn’t care ,,so was Gary 🙂 We lost track of each other ,,,but strange thing I have thought of her lately and missed her . He puppies were so special ,,I liked that about her . Mary was unique and gone too soon .
Mary was a “dear little neighbor girl” with whom I had kept in contact in recent years. She was on my mind earlier this week, but I was preparing for company at the time and neglected to call her. She certainly had more than her share of adversity in life, may she rest in peace now. I will miss her in my life.
Mary was a “dear little neighbor girl” with whom I had reconnected in recent years. She had been on my mind this week, but I neglected to call her. Even though she dealt with a lot of adversity in her life, she managed to remain a positive person. May she be at peace now. I will miss her in my life.