ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Piguet Hixson. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Jeannie Rowbotham on May 25, 2021
Mom loved to sing karaoke. Loved to sew, make quilts and crocheting. Loved going to the casinos and playing bingo. Yard sales, auctions. She was always going somewhere. She will be missed deeply. Love you, see you.
Love always your daughter. Jeannie...

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Posted by Jeannie Rowbotham on May 25, 2021
Mom loved to sing karaoke. Loved to sew, make quilts and crocheting. Loved going to the casinos and playing bingo. Yard sales, auctions. She was always going somewhere. She will be missed deeply. Love you, see you.
Love always your daughter. Jeannie...
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Short version of Mary's life

Mom was born in Ashtabula, Ohio. Was raised in Catoosa, Ok. Graduated high school in 1975. She met David Hixson in 1979, dated him and started having children in 1981. Mom and dad married in 1985. Divorced in 2007. However they remained friends and still loved each other. Just couldn't live together. Dad had a son In a previous relationship. Mom raised him. There is 5 of us all together. 4 boys and a girl. Mom lived on a farm as a child. She had 6 brothers and 1 sister. Her dad Melvin Piguet died in 1987. Her mother in 2000 Arlene Piguet Doney. She is buried in boatman, ok. And he is buried in Catoosa, ok. Mom was a nurse assistant thoughout her life, she worked at 2 hospitals and several nursing homes. She also volunteered and ran a homeless shelter located in Salina, Ok. With the founder of the homeless shelter. 
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My favorite memory.

Shared by Autum Rowbotham on May 28, 2021
My absolute favorite memory is before grandma lost her leg. She lived in the apartments in Salina. Pig n out was just recently opened and they had the flavored ice cream for $.50 a cone. Grandma would take me and my brothers to pig n out and we would eat ice cream and walk around the river bank. We would also walk to the boat dock and find “oysters” (so we thought) and try and get pearls out of them. 

I loved playing bingo with grandma. She was my good luck charm. She always won something and hardly (if ever) left empty handed. 

I’ll never forget packing my “spinnin da night bag” and going to grandmas for the weekends. She always loved having her grandkids over. She loved cooking for us. I always loved talking to grandma. Grandma taught me to crochet, and play bingo. 

i love and miss you so much grandma. I hope you catch a big one in gods river