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Mary Sue Hearn

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Mary Sue Hearn (Shrum) 88, passed away with loved ones by her bedside on June 19, 2022. Mary was born, in Bucoda, Missouri on June 28, 1933, to father, Charles Huston and mother, Eugenia Shrum. Mary met Elvis H. Hearn (who passed away in May of 2016) who she would be married to for 67 years and have three children with, Mary Jane (Hill), Elvis E. Hearn, and Debbie (Davenport). She is survived by, her three children, sisters Dorothy Green (Acy) & Virginia Ozbun (Jr), youngest brother Carlton Shrum, 10 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and 8 great-great grandchildren. Mary was preceded in death by both parents, older brother Charles Junior Shrum, younger brother and best friend Don Shrum (Rose).

Mary had a full life and always had kind words for everyone. She often would say, “If you don’t have something nice to say, say nothing.” She loved painting, thrift shopping, and dressing up her dolls that she collected. Mary was a loving mother, kind sister, faithful wife, cherished grandmother, and wonderful friend to all, she will be dearly missed. Until we meet again, rest in paradise.

7 Comments on “Mary Sue Hearn

  1. I miss you more today , than yesterday and i know I will miss you, ever so much, more tomorrow. My heart is broken and , it will never be the same, in this world without you here. I LOVE YOU MAMA!!!!!!

  2. Love you all so much !! 💗
    It will never be the same without our moms !

  3. Mary you are very Missed and loved. You are also my sister from another mother and my sister in law. I love you Rosemary

  4. Mama was the glue to our family. She was a special lady who always put her family first. She kept us safe wherever we were. She made sure we had what we needed, whether it was food or a toy for Christmas. Even in adulthood she was always there for us. She was a sweet and dear Mama, Grandma, Great Grandma and Great Great Grandma. I love and miss her so much.

  5. Mary you was a very special sister and friend we talked about all our problems and especially the good times which were many. Even though we weren’t close in distance we were only a phone call away when needed. I pray you knew how much I loved you. I have my memories of all the time we spent together, There has been so many times I would think I’ll call Mary and ask her or tell her. Oh how you are missed .I couldn’t have ask for a better Sister. Love Forever. Sissy

  6. Thank you mom for always having a ear to listen, you always thought of others! Life is very challenging here on earth but you made the best of it. You are and will be greatly missed! Love you mom!

  7. Grandma, I will cherish all the wonderful memories we made together. Our bond was so special and although I miss you everyday it’s those memories I think about that get me through each day. You told me to “keep my chin up” and that is what I will do. I’m a better person because of you Grandma. I’m glad my children and grandchildren were able to know and love you also. Your legacy will live on through all of us!

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