Mary Sather

Mary Sather

February 11, 1922 - October 12, 2005

Mary Sather

February 11, 1922 - October 12, 2005


Mary Sather 83 born February 11, 1922 in Germany, died Wednesday, October 12, 2005 in Mission Viejo, California of Intracerebral Aneurysm.

Mary was a devoted and loyal wife of Norbert Sather. Life will not be as lively without her. She is also survived by her loving daughters Mary Ann Zeis, Catherine Santoni and Lindi Burgess; loving sons Tom Sather, Glenn Sather and John Sather; beloved sister Barbara Clifford; beloved brother Otto Seidl; 15 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. She was dearly loved and will be terribly missed by her family and many friends.

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11 responses to Mary Sather

  1. Dear Sather family,

    Remembering Aunt Mary brings into view her lively and cheerful persona. She made life fun with a “spring” in her step! Her red hair as vibrant as she.

    As a little girl, I recall family dinner gatherings followed by singing as the piano. At bedtime, I distinctly remember how she tucked us in and helped us say our prayers. Truly a follower of deep faith.

    She also encouraged me during my time of struggle with cancer. How I treasured in my heart her sincere concern and guidance. A personal connection.

    I remember Aunt Mary and in my heart she will remain.

  2. One measure of the success of a person’s life is her children’s ability to love as they were loved. By that measure alone Mary has certainly heard the Lord say, “Well done…” May the grief of those who miss her be a testimony to the deep and lasting quality of the impact of her life and love on them.

  3. Grandma, when i hear that word it brings a smile to my face. You have been someone that every woman should emulate in every way. You were a hard working, loving, and just a great grandmother. I look back now at your life for the last 23 years and there are some things that remind me of you. first of all, the german prayer. i’ll never forget it. german pancakes, cream puffs, and dumplings. Since I’ve been in the military, you have never stopped writing to me, and that means alot to me for someone to take the time and effort and write. Now I look at my life and I want to live it so you would be proud. With much love, Rest in Peace.

  4. Diane Sather says:

    Thank you Mom Mary for “adopting me into your family unconditionally”. From the time John and I married, from having our first born down to having our youngest son, you were always there for me. I can’t thank you enough for the countless meatloaf Monday night dinners you prepared for us not to mention, baby-sitting Andrew, Kristina, Josh, and David. I love you and I will definitely miss you!

    Your daughter-in-law

  5. Grandma… I could go on and on about her qualities, and how she loved me. She was so faithful about writing letters via snail mail, not just to me, but to everyone she knew and cared about. She truly was an amazing woman, and i will miss her terribly. How else can i say “I love you”?
    Loving grandaughter, Cassandra Marie

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