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DeLois Popp posted a condolence
Saturday, February 16, 2019Having known Watts and Mary since the late 1990s, I felt as though I had lost a big brother when Watts passed away, and now I feel that I have lost an older sister. She was truly one of a kind and her spirit will live on in those that knew and loved her. Love, peace and grace to Deb and Julia, Tripp, Shirley and family. My thoughts and condolences at this time are also with her brother, Richard Lamberton and his family.
LENORA WHITE posted a condolence
Monday, February 11, 2019I enjoyed sitting with Miss. Hill and taking her her favorite foods(fried chicken and chocolate and any deserts). She loved the out doors when we would go and look at the flowers. I really enjoyed taking care of Miss. Hill and getting to know here. Rest in peace.
Janice Dickerson posted a condolence
Sunday, February 10, 2019Although I never knew your mother, after reading her obituary, I wish I had. I loved that she was so much more than just a social woman who was an appendage to her husband and mother to her children in a time when she may have been expected to be Donna Reed or June Cleaver. Love the “give’em hell” part and only wish that I will be remembered with anything close to this. Sounds like a wonderful role model for all of us, especially women of my generation who realize that we may not have lived to our full potential. But I am proud to say that my daughter is more like your mother than I was so maybe she had a strong female, similar to your mother, to inspire her.
D. Hill Rose posted a condolence
Saturday, February 9, 2019A lasting memory I have of my Aunt Mary is from some 30 years ago. I was over at their house. Just Watts was there. He was pulling out some of the extensive picture albums he kept of past trips he and Mary had taken. One album was about Bermuda where they had honeymooned. There was one picture of Mary in a scenic lagoon with just her shoulders and head above water and the most demure smile as she looked directly into the camera. I was struck by the image. She looked like the most beautiful woman on earth. And she was still holding her own into later middle age. Now obviously Mary did a lot more in life than take a nice picture. But I thought I’d share this one snippet.
Bernita Mavhura posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019Will be fondly missed.Thank you for being motherly to me, always making sure l had eaten,offering your food before you dug in ,and brightening my day with your good sense of humour. I'm sorry l didnt get to say goodbye. Sleep well Mrs.Hill.It was a pleasure to have known and cared for you.
Tim Toben posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019Mary was a classy lady whose colorful irreverence always made me laugh. I am grateful to have served on two environmental Boards with Mary, who cared deeply for the Earth. I will miss her.
Philip Szostak posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019Watts and Mary, what a pair. (Great Picture)../And Mary, What a one of a kind, beautiful, and spunky lady you were. You will be missed.
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Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Donald Doskey posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019One of the great ladies that made Chapel Hill special. Both Larry and I shared special times with Mary both in Chapel Hill and Deer Isle, Maine. We laughed, ate, drank and told stories. Special times that will live on in our memories! Thank you Mary for touching our lives.
Thomas Lee Randleman posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019Pure joy to know and be in her company. Her laugh which was mirrored in her eyes was unforgettable. She was unique in her kindness and thoughtfulness. She will be greatly missed.
Fred Stewart and Jimmy Holcomb posted a condolence
Saturday, February 2, 2019A great lady leaves us. Smart, elegant and spunky, we're grateful her humanity and grace live on in Debbie and Tripp.
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