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Mary Louise Lawrence
  • October 06, 1958
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  • January 05, 2022

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Mary Louise Lawrence, age 63, died peacefully at home on January 5, 2022 in Homosassa, Florida. Mary is survived by her loving husband, Randall Lawrence, her adoring daughters Kara Breth, Monica Lorg, and Samantha Lawrence, her grandchildren Kane Eveland, Danae Nichols, Kalan Adkins, Trevor Nichols, and Korbin Breth, and her great grandchildren, Zoey Eveland, Kane Eveland Jr., and Kohen Eveland. She is also survived by her parents Paula King and Tony Treadwell along with her siblings, Tony Treadwell Jr., Susan Schillenger, David Treadwell, Lois Wise, Jonnie Treadwell, and Alan King.

Mary’s journey through life was full of twists and turns. Regardless of what life confronted her with she faced it with courage and fierceness. Ultimately she always believed in the good in people and the world and embodied everything that is beautiful about life. Mary had an impeccable ability to turn every moment of life into something good. She turned her mistakes into lessons and lived unapologetically. To know her was to love her. Her energy burned brighter than the sun. That smile. Those eyes. Her laugh. She had a zest for life that is unmatched by many and lived every moment to its fullest. Her life was full of love, grace, and forgiveness. If you have ever found yourself wondering how to live a good life take a page from Mary’s playbook.

Family was paramount to Mary. She adored her tribe and would do anything for them. She loved spending time with her arms wrapped around those she loved. No one could give a hug as strong and comforting as hers. Her love story with her husband Randy is one for the books as it began long ago and reignited later in their lives when the Universe brought them back together. She had an unbreakable bond with her girls and loved them with every cell in her body. Being a wife and mother were two of the many roles she played in peoples lives that were so very meaningful to her. She showed everyone she knew what it meant to be love and to be loved unconditionally.

Mary always wanted everyone around her to be happy and did whatever she could to bring them just that. Unless of course you were shooting pool or playing Yahtzee or Rummy against her then all bets were off and she was determined to kick your ass and usually did. She left so many with the knowledge of how to dance through life quite literally as dance parties were always a spontaneous occurrence and no one could shake it like Mary. Fun should have been her middle name as she always knew how to have a good time. Whether that meant blowing up fireworks on the 4th of July, zipping around on rollercoasters, or doing cannonballs into the pool with her grandchildren, she had a wild heart that could never be tamed. There was no better person to watch a Chiefs game with as she may have been their biggest fan.

Until the end her flame burned bright. In true Mary fashion she kept everyone smiling and laughing. As she faced the end of her life her strength, perseverance, and love lead the way as she hippity-hopped her way to the other side.

In lieu of sending flowers her husband and daughters ask that you donate to her favorite charity, St. Jude Children’s Research hospital in her name. You can donate by phone at (800)822-6344 or online by visiting www.stjude.org.

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  1. Donna and Mark Fitzgerald says:
    09 Jan 2022
    We love you Mary and we will miss you and your boundless energy and passion for life.

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