Mary Stelter

Mary E. Stelter (Maeder)

Saturday, July 2nd, 1938 - Monday, February 22nd, 2021
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“One loved by all.”

Has gone home to the lord Feb. 22, 2021. Preceded in death by her loving husband Robert. Proud Mother of Stephen, and Sue (Jim) Karpowitz, grandmother to Tony, and Liz. Further survived by other relatives and many, many friends.

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LeAnn Beth Sluga

Posted at 01:48pm
Precious Marnie is such a precious friend of my mom Carol Mimier, my dad Norb , I, my daughter Heather and my granddaughter Avia. When my dad lost my mom to heaven, Marnie understood his grief, for she lost her precious man , Bob, four years previously. Befriending my dad in his grief turned into one our family’s greatest blessings through this season in their lives. Covid robbed me of sharing our mutual grief at my dad’s passing through this past year as we hoped and planned more time with her, my daughter and grandkids. Today I heard she quickly went to be with the Lord after an expected terminal diagnosis. I knew nothing about it. At first I felt robbed and then I remembered her prayers and governmental involvement. “Wow Lord, she has entered in to a fuller knowledge of her governmental authority in heaven and she will from time to time join the cloud of witnesses surrounding me and her family when some of her prayers fir us mingle with ours when we need her special touch or see a victory she will want to celebrate with us. I think my mom and dad are now neighbors with her and Bob, and today during Purim with huge smiles they are shouting down with authority as sons and daughters of God, all sorts of prayers mingling with ours and about to be answered for the USA, Israel and the world. Thank you Jesus for comforting our souls with this picture.

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