mary h.kishlar
Greece: Loving mother, grandmother and g.g. entered into eternal rest on February 8, 2011. Predeceased by her husband, Richard Kishlar & son, Robert Kishlar. She is survived by her children, Kay (Bill) Coe & Tom (Judy) Kishlar; grandchildren, Bryan (Heather) Coe, Kevin Coe, David Kishlar & Michael Kishlar; great-grandchildren, Aaron & Brendan Coe; several nieces, nephews and cousins; many dear friends. Friends may call Friday, 4-7 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Memorial Service will be held, Saturday, 10 A.M. at Greece Baptist Church. Interment in held privately in Falls Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Greece Baptist Church, 1230 Long Pond Road, Rochester NY 14626 or to Friends of Strong Memorial Hospital, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 660, Rochester NY 14642 in her memory.

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  1. Dear Kay and Bill,
    We are so sorry for your family’s loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you.
    Love,
    Judy and Merrill

  2. Kay, Tommy, and families,
    So sad to get the Patriot this week and find your mom’s obit there. I have many fond memories of time spent at the house and at the lake. Mary was such a sweet friend to my folks. They enjoyed many ‘reunions’ at the lake every summer. In fact, we posted a photo on dad’s funeral board of one reunion pic where he was his usual self with his billy bob rotten teeth in. What fun they had! Please accept our profound sympathies. She will surely be missed by many. Sincerely, Judy Jedinak Cornelius

  3. Mary’s friendly smile and excellent dancing made a big contribution to our square dance community. She will be greatly missed.

  4. My husband and I used to square dance with Dick and Mary. What wonderful, energetic and caring people they were! We lost touch over the years, but still remember their lust for life and others. They were such role models as teachers, friends and parents. My thoughts are with all of you! God Bless!! Can feel Mary’s smile in that picture!

  5. To remember Mrs. Kishlar,never called her Mary, is friendlyness and a wonderful
    smile. When I saw her at church, always
    a hello and a big smile. She was a lady
    who enjoyed life and the outdoors. She
    will be missed. Hope your wonderful
    memories help you get thru this time
    period.

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