Mary E. Kirkendall


Mary Ellen Kirkendall (nee Kuntz) age 87
Passed away peacefully June 18, 2020 with her family at her side.

Her family was her greatest passion. She loved life and was very outgoing. There was no one she couldn’t strike a conversation up with. She loved her crafts and held many shows in her home along with shows at Quail Crest north of Wooster for years. She retired from Greater Cleveland Auto Auction.

Son – Van Kirkendall (Kathalee) of Berea
Grandchildren – Brandie Hebb (Josh) of Berea, Klint Kirkendall (Lauren Milton) of Thompson
Great Grandchildren – Kara & Callie Hebb, Tavin & Carter Kirkendall
Sisters – Becky Grindstaff (Claude), Evelyn Sigler (Loren) of Wooster, Jan Donaldson (Alan) of Bucyrus
Brother in law – Robert Shearer of Wooster
Sister in law – Debbie Kuntz of Wooster
And all beloved – Nieces & Nephews

Preceded in death by – Son Duane Kirkendall, Parents Richard & Ruby Kuntz, Sister Norma Shearer, Brother Bill Kuntz

Memorial will be held in Wooster / Burial in Pleasent View Cemetery in Plain Twp.
This is being postponed till a later date due to Covid 19

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  1. Dick Yoder says:

    My sympathies to Mary Ellen’s family.She was a close friend during our school days at Chester High. Good memories of those times with her

  2. Roger and Marjory Schuerger says:

    Mary was such a delight, she was the first neighbor to welcome us to the neighborhood and oh how I enjoyed her craft shows. We have missed her since she moved away and were saddened by here passing. Our heartfelt condolences to her family.
    Respectfully, Roger and Marjory Schuerger

  3. Tom, Val, Tim & Emily Poirier says:

    Mary was the first neighbor to welcome us to Fuller Street 32 years ago. She was a dear friend to our family for many years. Mary loved little children and the funny things that they would say and do. She loved being a grandma and was so proud of Klint and Brandie, and she was so happy when she became a great-grandma. Our kids were so lucky to grow up in a neighborhood where there were so many “grandmas” to spoil them, and Mary was their favorite. There was nothing that Mary didn’t know about gardening and crafting. She had an eye for color and design and loved decorating her cozy home. It was a place where everyone felt warm and welcome. To Van, Kathalee, Klint, Brandie and all the extended family, you have our deepest sympathy.

  4. Bob and Joan Kobie says:

    Mary was our neighbor and friend for many, many years. She was the sweetest woman and we shared many great times together with her. We missed her so much when she moved was sad to look outside without seeing her in her backyard doing something or stopping to share a conversation. She loved Halloween and always surprised the neighborhood kids as she sat on her front porch dressed as a friendly witch passing out candy. She was so talented in putting together her craft shows that all her friends had to come and see what new things she had made. I enjoyed a cup of tea many times in her kitchen just talking about everything and anything. May she rest peacefully now. Our sincerest condolences to Van and Kathalee and all her family.

    Joan and Bob Kobie