Mary Abbott
August 31, 1950 - October 6, 2014
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MARY LOU ABBOTT, 64, of Port Charlotte, Florida died Monday, October 6, 2014 at her home in Port Charlotte. She was born August 31, 1950 in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Lewis and Annie Marie Abbott and moved to Port Charlotte in 1982 from Cincinnati. She was a retired Area Manager for News America Marketing,…

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Paralee Zappa left a message on April 10, 2015:
Mary, I miss you so much. So much has happened since you died. All your stuff has been moved into storage for Teresa and family. I think about you daily and wish I had seen you more. Thank God for our phone conversations, I know your pain more and more. Sorry you were not taken care of by Teresa and she ignored your messages. She is suffering like my sister did. Debbie is right on, she was always there for you even when you were not living together for awhile. Who did you call?? Who could you always count on??? Debbie. Her little heart is breaking for you. I comfort her as I can. She has nothing to be sorry for, she was ALWAYS there for you, even when she wasn't able. She found a way. She is amazing and I love her like my sister. Thank you for bringing her into my life. I love you Mary and miss you every day. I'm so grateful I did you no wrong. I'll see you one day. I know you are talking everyone's arms off in Heaven. Bahahahahahahah
Kris fehlandt left a message on October 8, 2014:
So saddened to hear the news
Wendy left a message on October 8, 2014:
There is so many memories! I love you so much u! I still can't believe your gone
Mary Ossichak left a message on October 8, 2014:
Mary was such a kind soul who loved her family and life so much! I don't think she could be any prouder of her beautiful daughter Teresa. She was always so happy and so full of life... May you rest in peace!!
Deborah Lynn Groves left a message on October 8, 2014:
After 30 yrs.We laughed and cried together. We took on task most women wouldn't try; but through it all we managed to remain Bff's.we both were better people from what we learned from each other. God must of had a special purpose for you or maybe he just wanted you not to suffer anymore with your MS.Please know I will miss you beyond words. My heart is breaking But as I look up to heaven and see all the stars I'll know your smiling down on us and will help light the path thst you help pave for your family and friends. Forever your love will be locked in my heart. Rest my friend you finally are going to get a break
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Deborah Groves left a message on October 8, 2014:
A 30 yr friendship doesn't happen to much anymore; buy I've been blessed to share those years with a soneone who in many ways made me a better person. I got to be apart of her children's Lives and watch them grow into adults. Then I got to watch each of their kids he born and be a big part of their lives. Mary adored her grandkids; she gave unselfishly to them; that's what grandma's do. I know that when I look up in the sky at night and see the stars lit up. I'll know Mary is smiling down st us to guide our path and help make our ways easier. That's what she always wanted to do. She seen so much in all our us and helped us see it in ourselves. She welcomed anybody in our home and nsfe them feel like family. God must have big plans for you Mary Abbott_; yo bring you home now. Just know yst no one could replace the love you put in our hearts. I'm do glad I have years of those memories. Thank you my friend for accepting me as I am. You'll forever he in my heart.Rest in peace Mar; I deeply love you.
Paralee Zappa left a message on October 8, 2014:
I've known Mary for 36 years, she was one of my best friends for life. I loved her like a sister. We had some unbelievable happy times with our children when they were growing up. Mary was so much fun to be with yet could be so serious too. We had awesome talks. She loved her girls, and her beautiful grandchildren with all her heart. She dearly loved her very best and dearest friend, Debbie. God was so good to place Mary in all of our lives, I know I'm a better person for it. I love you Mary, you were my very best friend.
Barry Brocksmith left a message on October 8, 2014:
I pray that Mary rest in peace and all of her family and close friends find solace in knowing the positive impact she left behind!
Maria Torres left a message on October 10, 2014:
Our dear "MAR" was a very special and sweet person. she always had a kind word and enjoyed every moment that our group of Managers had together. Always talking about her family, especially her beautiful grandchildren who she loved very much, her friend Debbie as well as her dogs! I always admired the way that she worked, overcoming her physical pain to do her work. Mary loved her group of Reps and did everything she could to do an excellent job. She taught me so much and for that I am eternally grateful. Mary will always be in my heart!! I pray for strength for her family and friends. Maria Torres-Friend/Co-worker
Cin, Tam, & Bela left a message on October 12, 2014:
We knew Mar for many years and will always miss her energy, her love of life and fun, and her sense of humor. She was a generous friend whose hospitality was well known and appreciated. Mar could cook up a storm with one hand and decorate her house to the hilt with the almost the same time! On the job, Mar did her best to help her reps and make things easier if she could. She worked hard and long doing anything and everything to "get the ad done" and she courageously worked on as long as she could despite serious health issues. From what we saw over the years, Mary was devoted to her family first and foremost. She gave unselfishly to them and enjoyed them with all her heart. We'll always remember you and miss you, Mar. You were one of a kind!
Shelley Brocksmith left a message on October 8, 2014:
I will always remember and appreciate all the time and hard work Mary put into being my Campfire Girls leader when I was in elementary school in Cincinnati. I spent a lot of time at the Litkenhaus house crafting, singing and having fun with the girls. Mary and Bobby took me on my first camping trip. The best campfire pies (ever) were made under Mary's close supervision. I have thought of Mary often, as I became a Girl Scout leader about five years ago. She definitely inspired me. I also realize how much we took her for granted... Being a troop leader is hard work! Mary was a kindhearted soul. Rest in peace, Mary.
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