Mary's photo in the La Crosse Tribune on Easter Sunday is the way I want to remember her; that sweet smile reflecting her kind and gentle nature. She would call me every June excited to get the plans going for our annual Green Acres Luncheon at Schmidty's. It won't be the same without her. I spoke with Mary just weeks before her passing. She told me that she had been blessed with 85 years of relatively good health and much happiness and that she was looking forward to rejoining Vern and her parents in Heaven. She
consoled me instead of me consoling her. Such strength. Such faith. She will be dearly missed by so many.
From Bonnie Buchman
Oh my ... The Isler family was my "first" memory of neighbors, as Mary and Carol babysat for us when we were so little. Prayers for comfort in this time of loss. Blessings.... Cindy and Dori
From Cindy Lombard & Dori Lombard-Anderson
Mary Seiler was such great friend & neighbor. She would always help us when we went to Nebraska to see our son. She was very thoughtful, we will miss her dearly.
From Bonnie & LaVerne Antony
Oh my goodness; what can be said...
A dear woman, we always considered you girls as Aunts, as we had so few close to us. Always like family we have loved Vernie, Paul, Vern, all of you and always will. I so remember she and Vern coming up to the trailer and going for rides in Dale's little wagon, Mary helping Mom at the credit union, camping at Lake Arbutus, Easter dinners at the new house, watching Vern lay the patio at the old house. So, so many lovely times.
Thankful that she didn't suffer, that she was such an important part of our lives.
Wishing blessings and days filled with happy memories.
Sending our love and prayers today as always.
From Laura, Mike and FaithRose Wateski