Mary Hill Jennings

Au Gres, Michigan
July 26, 1923 - April 12, 2018

Obituary Notice

Mary H. Jennings
Date April 12, 2018

Mary H. Jennings, 94, of Au Gres, passed away April 12, 2018, at Eden Fields Assisted Living Facility in Standish.

Mary was born July 26, 1923, in rural Georgia. She was a valued employee at Holland’s IGA in Au Gres for many years until her retirement and enjoyed gardening, traveling and socializing with friends and family.

Mary is survived by her daughter, Judy M. Jennings of Lancaster, Ohio; two granddaughters, Emily Rae (Chris Ammel) Jennings of Ann Arbor, Hillary Nicole (Nicholas) Montgomery of Chicago, Illinois, and special cat, “Big Boy”.

Mary was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 50 years, Fred C. Jennings; and her beloved son, Dr. Ted C. Jennings.

In accordance with her wishes, Mary’s family would like to express their appreciation and gratitude to her many friends and relatives for their loyalty and support, the staff at Eden Fields, and especially Marilyn Martin and family for their many kindnesses, love and concern throughout the years.

As per her wishes, Mrs. Jennings’ remains have been cremated. Online condolences may be offered at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.

Condolences

Mary was an influencial part of my life. Then she became a important of my childrens lives. We enjoyed soending time with her. When it came to having fun Mary was there with us from dressing up for Halloween, to joining us for birthday and holiday celebrations. She will be remembered for her kindness, her loving spirit,
Our deepest sympathy to the entire Jennings family.
From, Lisa Martin & Guy
Missy, Melani, Matthew
Malori and Brian
— Lisa martin
We have known Mary Jennings for years. We would like to send heartfelt sympathy to her family. We always enjoyed seeing and visiting with her. We are so sorry for your loss.
— Lewis and Connie Ostrander
Hi Judy, Thinking about you and the fun we had singing “Whispering Hope” duet in jr. choir! I stopped to see your mother different times over the years and we took her to Clare for one of Aunt Pauline’s last birthdays and she had lots of fun! Sorry about Ted! Hope to see you soon! Jeanne Rae
— Jeanne Rae Werth
Dale and I have known Mary for many years. We have enjoyed visiting with her and having her as a neighbor to our apartment building in AuGres. We loved the way she enjoyed and cared for her backyard flowers. Her yard was always overflowing with the beautiful blooms. She was such a joy to be around. We'd like to send our sincere sympathies to her family.
— Dale & Trudy Dittenber
The death of a loved one is the most devastating experiences a family can face. At times, the loss may seem unbearable. Please know that there are those who care about you and your family during this difficult time and more importantly Psalm 34:18 tells us that "God is near to those that are broken at heart. Jehovah is the God of all comfort. My prayers are with you and your family.
— Williams Family
Judy, It has been many years since I saw your mom. I was in your father's English classes at Standish-Sterling in 1972-74. I still use "Fred" words! He remained in my life through my college years, answering letters, even giving advice about my boyfriends, "No, I don't think this is the one." I was very happy to visit him and your mom when I came home, and did make a visit or two with my husband, who I think Fred did approve of! I remember your mom always being so gracious and lovely. Our prayers are with you and thank you for sharing your parents with so many other kids who were blessed by having them in their lives.
— Lisa Reimer Moore

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