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Mary Lee Williams-Kearns
August 6, 1961 ~ January 13, 2024 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Mary Lee Williams Kearns’ soul found peace on Saturday, January 13 th at
3:38 AM, seamlessly merging with the soil, the trees, and the open skies
she treasured, after a long battle with her physical and mental health. Her
presence will be forever felt in the gentle rustle of leaves, the warmth of the
sun, the vibrant hue of the cardinal, and the steady flit of the hummingbirds'
Mary was born August 6 th , 1961 in Terre Haute, Indiana to Janice and
Marlin Williams. Mary was the oldest sibling of five children and is survived
by siblings Donna (Walter Long) Fox, Debbie Williams, Marlin Williams Jr.,
Tim (Tammy) Manley.
Mary moved to Tampa, Florida in 1982 where she worked as an apartment
manager and cocktail waitress. She returned to Terre Haute in 1993, where
she was a stay-at-home mom.
Mary is survived by her children Jessica Peters, Scott (Bryanna) Wynn,
Christine Patterson, Lindsey Nantz, and Cody (Brianna) Beasley;
grandchildren Luna Salgado-Wynn, Cadence Wynn, and Liam Beasley,
Cousin Jamie (Paul) Markle, and several nieces, nephews, and special
Mary was preceded in death by her mother and father, cousins Rosemarie
Cummins and Jennifer Stockrahm, nephews Carter Manley, Devin Fox, and
Deric Cummins-Dewey, and special friends Grace and Clinton Dornfeld and
John Michael Yasko and other family members.
Mary discovered a profound sense of serenity in nature, whether
surrounded by mountains, along the beach, or in her cherished secret
mushroom-hunting spots. Her deep affection for growing flowers,
ornithology, and swimming beyond the breakers unveiled a tranquil side
that often remained unseen amid life's challenges and chaos.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to NAMI Vigo County. PO Box
3554 Terre Haute, IN 47803, Phone: 317-509-7820
Visitation will be open to the public and held from Noon to 2:00 pm on
Thursday, January 18 th at Greiner Funeral Home with a memorial service
immediately following. In honoring her wishes, cremation services will be