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In Memory

Mary Olson (McNamer)

Mary McNamer passed away on January 9, 2021 in Hot Springs, Arkansas after a short and courageous battle with cancer. Born on December 10,1949 to Harlan and Joan Olson. Mary is survived by her beloved husband, Dennis, children, Michael Scott Hume (Cary) and Patrick Hume, her grandchildren, Haley, Ian, Aidan, Sophia, Jameson, Elijah and Ava and her sweet dog, Chloe. She also leaves behind many family members who adored her as well as numerous friends. Her husband, Kenny, her son, James and her granddaughter, Alex, preceded Mary in death. Mary was instrumental in developing the HSV Desoto Dog Park and involved in many other associations and activities for the betterment of her adopted home of Hot Springs Village. Rest in peace Mary.

Published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Jan. 22 to Jan. 24, 2021.

 
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01/26/21 05:11 PM #1    

Linda Drake (Christnacht)

Mary you left us all too soon.We miss your laugh your smile and our times being together.The journey leaving this world was not easy but to know your journey out of this world will be a better place.heart


01/27/21 04:24 PM #2    

Wendy Scherwat (Ducourneau)

I was surprised and so pleased to learn that Mary and Dennis lived in Hot Springs Village, where my parents chose to retire.  I thoroughly enjoyed a dinner in 2016 with them and Bill and Laurie Herman.  Mary loved living in the Village, and was quite active.  She sold real estate for a number of years when they first moved to HSV.  She was an active member and became president of one of the local Rotary clubs.  Mary served on numerous committees, the latest being one to design and contract the new outdoor swimming pool, which was a huge success.  I think her favorite task, though, was establishing the dog park with benches, water, and a place for the Village dogs to romp and play.  On a WFB note, Mary was a huge help in finding many of our 'lost' classmates during preparations for our 50th reunion.  She was a pleasure to work with, and I will miss her cheery voice and smiling face.

 


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