Mary Lou Schrimsher

mary schrimsherJune 18, 1949 – July 11, 2013

Mary Lou Schrimsher, 64, of Grant, passed away Thursday.

She was preceded in death by father, Grover Cleveland Kirkland, mother, Bertie Lou McDonald Kirkland, daughter, Wendy Michelle Schrimsher.

Surviving are sister, Donna Jo Kirkland of Grant, sister, Carolyn Sue Kirkland of Grant, brother, Grover Kirkland Jr. of Grant, nieces & nephews, Jeffery Lynn Kirkland, Shelly Kirkland Taylor, Kaitlyn Nicole Kirkland, and Hannah Grace Kirkland.

Visitation will be Sunday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at New Hope Funeral Home. Services will be held at New Hope Funeral Home Chapel, Sunday at 2:00 pm.

Interment will be in the Panquin Cemetery.


13 thoughts on “Mary Lou Schrimsher

  1. Donna and Family,I am very sorry for your loss of Mary Lou..She was a nice lady when I worked with her years ago.

  2. Mary Lou was a very special person and I know the family has suffered a terrible loss. Everyone that knew Mary Lou was struck by her outgoing personality and her easy going nature. My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones at this time.

  3. Mary Lou was such a beautiful woman inside and out. She will be missed by all. Lord please give the family strength to cope with their loss. In Jesus Name,Amen

  4. Thoughts and prayers for all of the family as they go through this very difficult time. May God give all of you strength and peace during the days ahead. Mary Lou was such a sweet lady. She will be missed by many.

  5. Mary Lou and I worked together at Dillard’s. She was one of God’s angels on earth…always positive, cheerful and never had anything bad to say about anyone. My daughters would come visit from Texas and fell in love with her too. We are all saddened to hear of her passing. I wish I had known in time to attend her service. I know she is in God’s house reunited with her daughter and parents. My heartfelt sympathies are extended to her family. God Bless.

  6. An angel has gone home

    My beautiful Mary Lou, I can’t describe the heaviness of my heart as I heard you have left us. You were like a mother to me, “the mother I never had” I love you so much, and as sad I am, I believe that you are now with the Lord and you precious Wendy, I know how much you missed her, I can’t thank you enough for the unlimited love, kindness and support you always showed me, there will never be another you, and that’s hard to accept, you were so special, kind, warm, funny, and so good to everybody you came in contact with, thank you for our relationship that we maintained after I left Dillard’s where I first met you, I will miss your pretty smile, your blonde ponytail and all the stylish belts you used to wear. you were one of a kind, I also want to extend my deepest and heartfelt sympathies to Donna, Susie

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