Mary Beth Martin age 67, of Magnolia, Iowa passed away on Sunday, September 29, 2019 at Lakeside Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska. Mary was born October 25, 1951 in Little Sioux, Iowa to Roy and Beatrice (Durfee) Conyers. Mary graduated from the Mondamin High School in Mondamin. She was married to Robert Martin, October 25, 1969 in Logan, Iowa. Mary worked at G & G Manufacturing in Omaha for forty-one years. She loved to dance, loved to be around people and loved to be outdoors. Her family and friends will remember Mary as a kind soul who brightened any room she was in she will be missed deeply.
Mary is preceded in death by her parents, sisters Bev, Judy, Edna and grandson Justin Robert Martin.
Survived by Mary is her husband Robert of Magnolia, Iowa; son: Robby Martin of Magnolia, Iowa; granddaughter: Kellee Springer and husband Josh of Omaha, Nebraska; great-grandson: Owen Springer; brother: Larry Conyers of Corpus Christi, Texas as well as several nieces and nephews
. Visitation with the family will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the Logan Memorial Chapel.
Celebration of Life Service 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 5, 2019 Logan Memorial Chapel Logan, Iowa
Officiating Pastor Pat Armstrong
Music Selections ”Amazing Grace” “Kiss An Angel Good Morning”
Final Resting Place Magnolia Cemetery
I didn’t get the chance to meet Mary in person, but all the conversations we had she made me feel like she cared about me. She will be missed and I know she was loved by many and all that knew her.
I have worked with Mary for 40 years Mary was one of the hardest working people i have had the pleasure of working with.And will be missed in so many ways.
My prayers & thoughts are with each of you.
My prayers & thoughts are with each of you
Larry and I will miss Mary. Larry was able to talk to Mary a lot before her passing. He enjoyed all the laughter and I know it was good for both of them. Larry will miss his four beloved sisters. He is physically unable to make the trip to Ia but will be with all of you in spirit. Family come see us in Adkins, Tx. You are welcome.
I’m Mary’s brother. I will miss her and our long talks.
I will be with the family in spirit during this time of grief. I’m not physically able to come at this time. I loved Mary and all my sisters. It is hard to know they are gone but we must go on. RIP Mary.
I will dearly miss Mary. We worked with each other at The Cave Inn as second jobs for several years on nights and weekends. She loved being around people and was a joy when she entered a room! She teased me relentlessly about the cornhuskers, yet would pick up Nebraska trinkets for me at garage sales.. I will fondly remember her every year that I put out my Nebraska Snowmen and wear my “excuses” T-shirt. Rest In Peace Mary,, you’ve earned your wings. 😘 Hugs to you Robby, Kellee and Bobby… our thoughts go out to all of you.
Mary made the effort to be friendly when others over looked, and would always greet me with a smile no matter what her challenges were on any given day. I was blessed to be able to call her my friend for nearly 30 years. She was a very special lady with a very warm heart. My heart goes out to all who will be missing her.
I have so many wonderful memories is Mary. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was loved by so many and she will be greatly missed.
I’m So Very Very Sorry.
I Just Got Informed Of Mary’s Passing.
Sweetest Lady In The World.
Prayers Prayers Prayers To All The Family.
Patty & Tom Niedermyer.
Dear Dear Mary! One of the nicest people I’ve been blessed knowing! Over the years, including the Ol’ Magnolia dayz! No matter the case, Mary did everything with her sweet smile! I will miss running into her at Casey’s …or stopping by Mag Town to chat with her on occasion! She fought hard but is at peace now….until we meet again, my friend!
RIP sweet Mary. One of.the kindness ladies I know. John still says you and Margaret made the best beets ever. Tell everyone In heaven hello. Bet there’s a heck of a party.
Just now saw Mary’s obituary. I had no idea she had passed away. So Sorry Bob. I will pray for you and your family.