Mary Lynn Boyd
Date of Death: April 22, 2019
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Mary Lynn Boyd, 51, Pleasant Hope, Mo. passed away suddenly on April 22, 2019. She was born in Sedan, Kansas on February 8, 1968, to Willis LeRoy and Betty Lou (Smith) Dillinger. She was a C.E.O. of her own company, Superior Consulting LLC. Mary was very involved with her family and community. She was the…

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Antonia Küppers left a message on May 1, 2019:
Dear Steve, the news of Marys sudden death hat shocked and saddened us deeply. We have appreciated her loving and generous nature very much. We will miss her. We wish you courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. We love you, Bernie and Antonia, Germany
Antonia Küppers left a message on May 1, 2019:
Dear Steve, the news of Marys sudden death hat shocked and saddened us deeply. We have appreciated her loving and generous nature very much. We will miss her. We wish you courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. We love you, Bernie and Antonia, Germany
Czayka Angelika left a message on April 27, 2019:
Dear Steve, we express our sincere condolences to you and your family. Deep down and far from understanding, we are mourning for Mary. We only know too well that from this day onwards, nothing will be as it was. Mary’s place now remains quiet and empty. Now the time ‘after’ begins, without Mary. Feeling pain and still finding the power to smile have great sadness inside and still continue going on your way, because there is the memory that lives on in you and our hearts. There is the great gratitude that fills your mind with Mary and there is the love to her that will never end. May your pain be easier to endure, knowing that we are sharing it with you. We wish you a lot of strength in these difficult hours. Many dear greetings and much love, Mike & Angie from Germany
Czayka Angelika left a message on April 27, 2019:
Dear Steve and family, we express our sincere condolences to you and your family. Deep down and far from understanding, we are mourning for Mary. We only know too well that from this day onwards, nothing will be as it was. Mary’s place now remains quiet and empty. Now the time ‘after’ begins, without Mary. Feeling pain and still finding the power to smile have great sadness inside and still continue going on your way, because there is the memory that lives on in you and our hearts. There is the great gratitude that fills your mind with Mary and there is the love to her that will never end. May your pain be easier to endure, knowing that we are sharing it with you. We wish you a lot of strength in these difficult hours. Many dear greetings and much love, Mike & Angie from Germany
Donna Kessler left a message on April 27, 2019:
To Mary's family, I'm so sorry for your lost. I grew up with Mary. She was smart, beautiful, and so fun. May God bless you through this difficult time. Our prayers are with your family. Sincerely, Donna Kessler
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Robert Wise left a message on April 26, 2019:
My wife And I are so sorry for your loss and know the pain of this family loss is hard to get threw just want you to know she touched our lives and I feel vary grateful to have known her she was special and always went out of her way to talk with us. We will miss her very much and you all are in our prayers Robert and Cheryl Wise
Connie Davis left a message on April 25, 2019:
Words can't express the sadness and pain. My heart hurts for you all Mary was a joy for me to visit with. She as you know, was an unique lady, kind-hearted, fun-loving gal. she will and is missed. May the love you both shared help comfort you during this very difficult time. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Connie Davis
Alana Neale left a message on April 25, 2019:
Steve, I don't have the words but I am thinking about you and praying for you and your family everyday. I am devastated and in disbelief that Mary has left us so soon. My friend, Mary Berry, strong, opinionated, assertive, smart, caring, loving and the list could go on. I was 23 when I went to work for the FDIC and met Mary and we became the best of friends. We shared amazing times, learning to be adults with all the freedom and the challenges. Luckily there weren’t cell phones back then to document all of our adventures but there were many. We shared so many life milestones over the years…I was maid of honor in her wedding, she was one of the first to meet Alex (she always said she didn’t know my birthday but remembered his) and I was humbled when she agreed to leave the FDIC and we worked together to start Superior. We knew we had a great service to offer but worried we didn’t have the right personalities to sell it. We watched “Tommy Boy” for sales training and there was no stopping the team. Over the years life got in the way and we didn’t see each other as often as I would like but Mary was the kind of friend that we never had to get reacquainted, no matter how long it had been it felt like we had just seen each other the day before and kept going where we left off. I found this while I was looking for pictures that I had saved from years ago and I wanted to share: Touching Shoulders There’s a comforting thought at the close of the day, When I’m weary and lonely and sad, That sort of grips hold of my crusty old heart And bids it be merry and glad. It gets in my soul and it drives out the blues, And finally thrills through and through, It is just a sweet memory that chants the refrain: “I’m glad I touched shoulders with you!” Did you know you were brave, did you know you were strong? Did you know there was one leaning hard? Did you know that I waited and listened and prayed, And was cheered by your simplest word? Did you know that I longed for that smile on your face, For the sound of your voice ringing true? Did you know I grow stronger and better because I had merely touched shoulders with you? I am glad that I live, that I battle and strive For the place that I know I must fill; I am thankful for sorrow, I’ll meet with a gring What fortune may send, god or ill. I may not have wealth, I may not be great, But I know I shall always be true, For I have in my life that courage you gave When once I rubbed shoulders with you. Author unknown Mary Berry, I miss you and I love you, Alana
Rita Lea left a message on April 24, 2019:
Our heart goes out to Steve and family for your loss. Mary was an amazing lady! She will be missed by many. Prayers to bring you peace during this very difficult time.
Rocky Duke left a message on April 24, 2019:
Rest In Peace Mary, you will be missed by many, sending prayers to the family
Kathy Roberts left a message on April 24, 2019:
Steve, I am so sorry. Mary was an amazing person and so generous. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed. May you find comfort and peace with her passing.
Tina Fletcher Beougher left a message on April 24, 2019:
Roger and I are so sorry for your loss. Mary was a beautiful lady inside and out she will be missed
[email protected] left a message on April 24, 2019:
A super lady and sister-in-law. The most giving human I have ever met. Mary will live in the thousands of lives she positively touched. Because of Mary, my two sons and I have enjoyed hunting in South Dakota for 10 years now. When asked by a local banker if there was anything he could do for her; she thought of me. Thanks for everything Mary; I love and miss you. I will see you again one day
Dave Crenshaw left a message on April 24, 2019:
I would like to offer my condolences to Mary's many friends and family. She and I worked together for several years during the 1990s. She was passionate about her work, devoted to her family, and had a strong desire to make an impact on those around her. I ask for God's comfort to everyone sharing her loss, but hope the knowledge of her heavenly reward sustains those who grief during this difficult time.
Uwe und Ingrid left a message on April 24, 2019:
Dear Steve and to all the menbers of Marys and your family We are shocked and very very sad. It breaks our hearts. We hope we can find the right words because you know english is not our native language. Our times at the beach together with Mary and you will be always in our minds. Pictures and little movies of our great great times are comming up in our imagination every single minute and they are engraved in our brains forever. Mary was very very special for us and the most generous person we have ever met in our lives. We knew that we love you both but now our pain is much bigger than we could imagine. We will never forget Mary and we will keep her in our hearts forever. Be strong, lean on to each other and know that our prayers are with you. God bless you. We love you. Ingrid and Uwe
Arlene Williams left a message on April 24, 2019:
Could not belief this heartbreaking news on my cousins death. There are many years difference in our ages. With good ol' social media I felt closer to her than ever before...we shared some of the same loves reading, Florida and trips to the casino. My heart goes out to my Aunt Betty, Steve, Karen, Jon and their families. Love, Arlene
Nancy Yount left a message on April 24, 2019:
Our condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Mary. She was a pleasure to work with, and her company was a great asset for our organization. She will be greatly missed. Staff of Unico Bank, Potosi MO
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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