Mary M. Kindle, 89, passed away May 3, 2004, in Johnson City, Kansas. Survived by her daughters, Kathryn P. (Jack) Nutt of Two Buttes, Colorado and Linda (Hank) Tyler of Aurora, Colorado; brother, Frank E. Williams of Pueblo; grandchildren, Mary Ann Moore of Oklahoma, David K. Dickson and Sarah E. (Nutt) Steinman of Arizona, Kristi K. Thronburg of Wyoming, Melissa Beekman and Laura Jones of Aurora, Colorado; great grandchildren, Joshua, Kimberly, Justin and Brian of Oklahoma, Lauren, Stephen and Preston, of Aurora, Colorado, Kati and Nathan of Lamar, Colorado, and Joshua of Wyoming; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Henry F. Kindle; brothers, James, Benjamin, Billy, Don, John and Walter Williams; and sisters, Marian Williams and Julia Myers. Born to James and Leona Williams, October 31, 1914, in Orion, Kansas, Mary moved to Colorado in 1931. She and Henry were married in 1937 and were long-time residents of Rye, Colorado, and later, Pueblo, Colorado. Member of National Society of the D.A.R., Order of Easter Star, and Westminster United Presbyterian Church. Visitation from noon until 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, May 6, 2004, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Reverend Robert Mace officiating. Interment will follow at Brookside Cemetery in Rye, Colorado. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Thinking of you with our sincere condolences to your family. She was a great neighbor, very kind and generous. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    God Bless your family
    The Secora Family
    John B Cid Secora
    Cathy Kuhrt & Family
    Pam Secora
    John Tut Secora & Family
    Andy Secora & Family
    Barby Secora

  2. Mary was a very special friend, One I will always remember. A very caring lady with a gift of being able to do anything, and always done it well. I will miss her.

  3. Mary was a very special friend, One I will always remember. A very caring lady with a gift of being able to do anything, and always done it well. I will miss her.

  4. Mary was a very special friend, One I will always remember. A very caring lady with a gift of being able to do anything, and always done it well. I will miss her.

  5. Dear Patsy & Linda and Families,
    I am so sad today that I can’t be there. Every time I drive by the restaurant where I met you recently, I feel so sad. That was the best visit I ever had with Mary or you, Patsy. That was such a blessing to me. I was telling a friend that you two were my oldest friends. Your mother was a wonderful person, and we will really miss her. Sorry I can’t be there today. But I am in spirit. This is a wonderful service. Made me cry when I saw her picture. Mary’s health wasn’t good when I saw her, but I never saw her enjoying life more. She was amazing! We love you guys, and I know how hard this is for you. Our prayers are with you! Love, Joyce, Brenda, and Steve

  6. We would like to send our condolences to Mary’s family. The loss of a loved one is never easy because we would like to keep them with us forever but her memory will be with you always. She was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed.

  7. Kathy & Linda: My condolences to you both in the loss of your Mother. I know you will miss her as I still miss mine, but God has a Divine place for her to rest and wait for us when our time comes. I’m sorry I won’t be able to be there as it is the last day of my college class. Just know my love and prayers are with you.

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