Praying for the family for the loss of such a magnificent women, I was truly blessed to have known her. I will forever miss you, rest in peace with our Great Lord.
To the family of Mrs.Mary Page, My sister in Christ what a blessing it was to have had the pleasure of meeting and to get to know her. To fellowship, and to talk and set with her and hear her share about the goodness of God's word. No matter what was going on in the activity of the world. Ms. Mary had a scripture, a truth of His word and she would say to me, pastor does those thing line up with the word on how that these things would come. And then she would say doesn't it say in the bible, and then she would give you book, chapter, and verses, on what God had given to us, to equip us so we could stand strong now matter what we would face in this life. She was always there to encourage and to challenge me to be true to the word, as she thank me for standing on the truth of scripture. She truly was a blessing, and it was a sad day when she told us she would be moving. But from time to time we would talk on the phone, but one of my greatest day was the Sunday that I heard Pastor guess who is here today and I said who and the said Mary Page. When I went up front I said the pressure is on today. Mary Page is here so that would be like having Billy Graham or the Pope, I'm going to have to bring it today. She was truly a blessing to all who knew her.
For an all too brief time, I was part of the Page family, and I've never felt as much love before, or since, with being part of an extended family. Mary especially welcomed my (then) 8-year-old son as if he was a 'Page' - and it didn't take me long to love her as my second mother. Although it was many years ago, I last saw her, I have never forgotten her and her love of Christ. Mary had the softest sort of love for everyone - she embodied what Jesus taught us all, over 2,000 years ago. My love and prayers to Mary and Rollen's family at this time. Cindy Butler
Aunt Mary always left whom ever she met happier than they had been before they spoke with her. She was a true Christian and we adored her. She will always be missed.
Lynn & Ken Page
Aunt Mary always made whoever she met feel better having talked with her. A true Christian in every way. We adored her and will truly miss her
Lynn & Ken Page
Very fond memories of Aunt Mary and uncle Roland during their annual trip down to Cape Coral Florida. They were both such a pleasure to be around, we looked forward to their visit. Aunt Mary was truly a ray of sunshine.
My family was blessed to have spent some time with Aunt Mary 4yrs ago in Texas. I hadn’t seen her in probably 17yrs. She was the same Aunt Mary, a big “grenade of positivity.” You will definitely be missed. Undoubtedly you have earned a close seat next to our creator in heaven.
My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to the family, Your family was truly blessed to have shared so many years and memories with her, May those memories bring you peace and solace during the days ahead when you think of her, May the God of all comfort support each and everyone of you during this difficult time of mourning 2 Corinthians 1:3,4
Mary, you were such a sweet spirit. Christ said He would build his church on rock, Mary is part of that rock.
Privileged to know such a godly woman. I could hear Mary's voice when I read Romans 15:13...heard her quote it many times.
Mary was a close friend of my Mom. She and her husband traveled after their retirement and would visit my parents when they’d get back. She was one of the most caring people I’ve ever known in my life. Her youngest sister Marj was like her also. She’s with her loved ones now. God keep her always!
Son of Gloria & Ken McKeever
Kenneth A. McKeever
Mary blessed my life so much. She helped me grow in the Lord and taught me to believe in the Lord in a deeper way. I am so thankful God had our paths meet and come together for a few years. We continued our friendship when she moved to Texas. She became my yellow rose of Texas. I loved you Mary.
Sorry for your loss.Sherwood Keyser often mentioned Rollen and Mary. Sherwood was my cousin. I was a Keyser.
Sorry for your loss, I used to take care of her lawn, great visits after the work was done, John Hardin.