ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Chambers 86 years old , born on February 20, 1925 and passed away on September 3, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2020
Happy 95th Mom ! I love you. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2019
Dear Mom, the world is a very strange place and progressively so. I miss the opportunity to have those conversations with you...
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2019
Happy 94th birthday today Mom. We miss you. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2018
Thinking about you today Mom. Big hugs fron Lorraine
Posted by Carol Atkinson on September 3, 2018
We’ll be playing bridge tomorrow and remembering you as we often do. I miss you my beautiful friend. Always!
Posted by Carol Atkinson on February 21, 2018
We raised are coffee cups in tribute to you yesterday at the bridge table, Mary. See, you still influence our lives.in such a happy way. Always and forever my dear friend . Love, Charli
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2018
Thinking of you today on your 93rd birthday. XOXOXOXO
Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2017
Mom, you've been gone from our sight but not from our hearts these 6 years. Love you. Lorraine
Posted by Carol Atkinson on September 3, 2017
Miss you and the warmth of your wonderful smile, Mary. Much love from your bridge pals.
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2017
Mom, thinking about you on what would be your 92nd birthday. Miss you.
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2016
Dear Mom, I can't believe it has been five years since your passing. I think of you every day. Things I would ask. Things I would tell. Realizations that I have about life and work and family as I grow older. You are missed.
Posted by Carol Atkinson on February 21, 2016
Always in my heart, Mary. Yes, your ears are burning as we remember you and your gift for friendship at the bridge table. I miss you my dear friend.
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2016
Happy birthday Mom. Thinking of you today. XOXO Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2015
Love you Mom. Sending hugs and kisses. Lorraine
Posted by Carol Atkinson on September 3, 2015
We think of you so often, Mary, and pray that you have found your paradise. You were an exceptional person and friend. Love, Charli.
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2015
Mom, This would be your 90th birthday. Wish you were here for that party. Miss you, Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2014
Mom, missing you today and every day. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2014
Happy Birthday Mom. I love you. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 9, 2013
It seems longer than 2 years since your passing. I think about you so often. Things I would share with you. Things that would make you laugh. You are in my heart and life everyday. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2013
Happy 88th birthday Mom. I love you. Big kisses, Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2012
Dear Mom, This would have been your 87th birthday and so Happy Birthday. I think about you and miss you every day. XOXO Lorraine
Posted by Doris England on September 8, 2011
It was a pleasure to know Mary. She served as our
Sunday School teacher for a number of years. I appreciate her sharing her knowledge and wisdom with us. We enjoyed many meals together. Thanks for letting us hear about her death and please accept our sincere sympathy.

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Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2020
Happy 95th Mom ! I love you. Lorraine
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on September 3, 2019
Dear Mom, the world is a very strange place and progressively so. I miss the opportunity to have those conversations with you...
Posted by Lorraine Chambers on February 20, 2019
Happy 94th birthday today Mom. We miss you. Lorraine
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Heaven's Newest Ambassador

Shared by Carol Atkinson on September 5, 2011

When I met Mary some years ago in Jefferson, Georgia there was something immediately apparent about her, a quality for which I couldn’t find a name; something indefinable that created an atmosphere that made people comfortable and at ease in her presence.  It was a “Maryness” that was a gift solely her own.

 

Our Tuesday bridge group met weekly and we played a lot of bridge over the years and solved many of the world’s problems during those afternoons, as well. The group spent happy hours sharing our childhood memories, and Mary told us about the hospital and her fellow nurses, the doctors, and patients, and warm reminiscent tales of her family when her children were small, then growing up, and then married with families of their own, all of whom she cherished.

 

Mary earned the respect of everyone who knew her, and was modest about a long list of truly amazing accomplishments in a world that had yet to fully embrace the potential of women.  In her short time here on earth, a mere 86 years, she touched the lives of countless people, and left them better off to have met and shared time with her.  

 

When Mary left Atlanta for the state of Washington to embark on yet another phase of her remarkable and accomplished life, she left behind a host of friends.  We missed her.  We will continue to miss her, but we know that she is now free of earthly cares and constraints and we know that she will be greeting new friends and old with her radiant smile as heaven’s newest ambassador today.