Mary C Anderson

Born: Thu., Sep. 28, 1939
Died: Sun., Oct. 11, 2020


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Oct. 17, 2020
Location: Trinity Lutheran


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Mary C. Anderson, 81, of Union City, Indiana passed away Sunday October 11, 2020 at Pine Knoll Rehabilitation in Winchester, Indiana. She was born September 28, 1939 in Friendsville, Tennessee to the late George & Willa Mae Wilkerson Coyne. Mary was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Union City, Indiana, loved quilting, baking, and volunteering at the Community Help Center. She had the Kitchen at the Randolph County 4-H every year and loved to do catering.
She is survived by her husband Jack Anderson; children, Jerry Rydenbark-Westfield, IN, Jean (Rusty) Montel-Atmore, AL, Joe (fiancé Nicole Estes) Rydenbark-U. C., IN, Sherry Fox-Ormond Beach, FL, Denise (Scott) Harner-Douglasville, PA, Ed (Tina) Walker-Alexandria, Indiana; step children, David (Debbie) Anderson-Seymour, TN, Karen (Brett) Ward-Winchester, IN; 15 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, George (Laura) Coyne-Winter Park, Florida, John (Robin) Coyne-Orlando, Florida; 2 sisters, Betty Woodrow-Seattle, Washington and Eva Hall-Muncie, Indiana.
Mary was preceded by her parents, a grandson, Jason Antrim; a brother, Jim Coyne and a sister, Melanie Klutts.
Memorial Services are 11:00 AM Saturday October 17, 2020 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Union City, Indiana with calling 1 hour prior to services also at the church. Burial will be later at the convenience of the family. Masks are recommended at the church.
Memorial Contributions may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital with envelopes available at the church. Online condolences may be expressed at www.reichardfh.com

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Ed Caldwell
   Posted Tue October 13, 2020
Jack and family, No words can ease the pain of the loss of Mary. I was blessed to meet Mary and Jack years ago at Farmland when we started playing Karaoke. From that day forward she made me feel just like family. Mary reminded of my Grandmother the way she made those great pies and reminded of my Mother the way we would have those talks from time to time. She was truly an Angel on earth. "Fly High Sweet Lady"

Scott and Judith Stahl
   Posted Wed October 14, 2020
Dear Jack and Family, So sorry to read of Mary's passing. I will miss her and miss having to call to ask Mary if she found the hidden object in the Taste of Home magazine. Mary was a joy to know and talk to. God now has another wonderful Angel up in heaven. You will be missed greatly. Love, Judy

Famille Pourchet
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020
Mon Frère Jerry, Please accept, on behalf of myself and my family, heartfelt sympathy for the loss of our wonderful Mary, "Poutch"

Jean Claude Pourchet
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020

Summer Glory Fireside Basket was sent by Pourchet Family.

For Mary, the wonderful Môm of my Brother Jerry. Poutch Family


Linda Lowrey
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020
Praying for you and your family Jean during this time. We love you!

Janice Hunter and Martin Jernigan
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020
Our condolences to your families with peace and light.

Anne Hinshaw
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020
I am sorry to learn of Mary's passing and remember the many times we were together in club in Farmland. She was a delight to know and I am grateful to have done so. I know she will be greatly missed by all her loved ones and pray that your memories will bring you comfort in the days ahead.

Michael Coyne
   Posted Thu October 15, 2020

Monet's Garden Basket was sent by Tyler, Isabel, Lynette and Michael.

Rest In Peace Aunt Mary. We love you and miss you. Tyler, Isabel, Lynette and Michael Coyne


Laura J Coyne
   Posted Fri October 16, 2020
Mary Catherine is loved by many. Mary loved to have family gatherings and she fed us all very well. We all loved her delicious pork tenderloin sandwiches, fruit pies, cream pies and apple dumplings. At Christmas, Mary would share special treats of buckeyes and caramels in pretty packages. Mary created quilts and was well known for her sewing projects.

As a strong, independent woman, she was bossy and took no guff from anyone. Mary’s eyes twinkled when she smiled. She chuckled like a teenager. She warmly welcomed you in with a pat on the seat next to her and she cared for you with her every fiber.

Mary Catherine will be missed

Christean Christensen, Laura and George Coyne

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