The marvelous Mary Irene Krabill decided on August 11, 2023, at 9:35 am to leave this big blue marble she called home. She did so with the grace and dignity that she lived her 84 years of life. We believe she is searching somewhere else to leave her mark. Where that is, we don’t know. What we do know is that wherever it is, we hope they are ready for that amazing, beautiful woman. For now, she has asked for no services. Soon, we will have a celebration of her life. How can we not. She was too beautiful and too amazing to not honor. It will include love, laughter, long island iced teas, and much to her chagrin and thanks to her grandchildren, photos, and videos of the Marvelous Mary at her finest.
She is preceded by her mother and father, Helen and Kenneth Gustavel, her brothers Paul and Bob Gustavel, granddaughter Erica Mohr, and the love of her life, Lee Krabill. She is survived by her children, D. Scott (Lynette) Bryant, Cristine Renee (Larry) Mohr, Trudy Lynn (Paul) Hudzik, grandchildren Cindy Runyon, Alex (Anna) Runyon, Andrew (Becky) Runyon, Nathan Mohr, Brady Mohr, Amelia Bryant, Erica Gudat, and last but not least, her favorite niece, Tracy Lynn Moore. She really loved her the most.
Mary was an amazing human on this planet. Her humor and wit are legendary, and stories will be told years to come. She raised and influenced next generations to follow in her footsteps. Not only in manners and grace, but in style. She never left the house without a last look in the mirror, accepted everyone for who they were, in the moment they were in it, couldn’t draw in Pictionary, calculated scrabble numbers faster than humanly possible, and was accused more than once of cheating in cards. She called it “scorekeeping.” She loved her family and friends deeply. Now…she is our angel. Mary, we will see you soon.