Mary E. Ostermeyer, 93, passed away April 28, 2017. She is the eldest daughter of the late George C. and Rena Bolton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward T. Ostermeyer, and brother, George C. Bolton, Jr.
Mary loved life and lived it to the fullest. She was very active in the community as a member of Shady Oaks Garden Club, Sweet Adelines, Monday Club, and GFWC Johnson City Women’s Club, to name a few. She also loved her church, Our Saviour Lutheran, serving in many capacities throughout the years.
She is survived by her sons: Edward C. & Myra Ostermeyer, Johnson City; Mark, Ellen and granddaughter Emily, Boca Raton, FL; and John Ostermeyer, her loving caregiver, Johnson City; sister, Katherine Winfree, Johnson City; niece, Nancy Miles, Johnson City; brother, Dr. J. W. Bolton, Birmingham, AL, and children, Elaine, John and Tim; niece, Mary Catherine Terrell, Hillsboro, OR; and nephew George C. (Clay) Bolton, III, Little Rock, AR.
A memorial service will be held 10:00 AM, Tuesday, May 9 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 212 Sunset Drive, Johnson City, TN.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kitchen Fund at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 212 Sunset Drive, Johnson City, TN. 37604.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|I will always remember my Aunt Mary as not only a sweet and caring
aunt, but a lady who was totally devoted wife, mother and involved
member of the community. She was a very loving person who always
had time for her sons and nieces and nephews; fiesty in sprit, but
patient and understanding as well.
I will miss you Aunt Mary; however, I know that you're in heaven
reunited with your loving husband Ed, your elder brother George,
your parents, and all whom you held dear. And knowing you I have no
doubt that you're helping lead the party!
Farewell until we meet again. Love always!!|
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