Mary Natale Wilson

Born: 05/26/1937 Passed:

Mary Wilson, age 82, died at 4:07 pm on Tuesday May 5, 2020 at home surrounded by her family. She was born May 26, 1937 in Alliance, Ohio to Panfilo and Anna (Valentine) Natale. Mary graduated from Alliance High School in 1955 and worked in retail in her younger years at Murphy Mart and Stateside Imports. She enjoyed bowling, singing karaoke, playing cards, travel, playing scrabble, corn hole, crossword puzzles, old movies, sewing, and gardening. She was a joy to be around and loved being with her family and friends. She was of the Christian faith and a member of First Christian Church in Alliance.

Survivors include two sons Anthony (Diana) Kindler and David (Cathy) Heiron; three daughters Desiree (Tim) Willett, Annette (Darrell) Martin and Janet (Steve) Yoder; two stepsons David (Mary) Wilson and Robert (Diane) Wilson; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; sister in-laws Alberta Manzi, Bernie Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Jenny Lanning, and Dorothy Zimmerman; brother-in-law Donald (Phyllis) Wilson; former sisters-in-law Alice Greiner and Yvonne Penrod, and her lifelong childhood friend, Margaret Bezon.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Louis, Guy, Joseph, John, Angelo, infant Albert and infant Anthony Natale; sisters Elizabeth (Paul) Covate, infant Yolanda Natale; sisters in-law: Josephine, Evelyn, Loretta, and Roselyn Natale; husband Richard C. Wilson in 2013, sisters-in law Maxine (Lester) Hawkins, Aneice (Homer) Messer and Ruth (Homer) Stryffler; brother in laws: Russell, Tom Wilson, Norman Zimmerman and Gary Lanning; husband Richard E. Heiron in 1987; brother in-law Carl (Ruthann) Heiron; former husband Jerome Kindler in 2009; former brother in-laws Joey Greiner and Wilbur Penrod.

Arrangements are by Heritage Cremation Society, 303 South Chapel Street, Louisville, OH 44641. Interment of her ashes will be held at Highland Memorial Park following a private graveside service. A Celebration of Life will be planned for a later date. Condolences can be shared with the family online at

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11 Tributes to Mary Natale Wilson

  1. Becky Baddeley says:

    I can remember always going to the McKinley park fireworks with Tim, Desi, Ang, and Grandma Wilson. Later in my adult life, I was able to enjoy karaoke night with her as well. Always a sweet person and I know she will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

  2. Sherry DeMaria says:

    Sending all my love to my beautiful family. Aunt Mary was a wonderful person and will never be forgotten. Love Sherry

    • Desiree says:

      Thank you Sherry ❤️

      • Love, Jenny says:

        Extending my Deepest Sympathy to Mary’s family ! Mary was a special lady, when she married my Brother Dick she became my sister, we had some great times getting together and playing cards . We also had a family luncheon once a month, going to a different place as often as possible. I’ll miss her and was looking forward to visiting her, when we received the OK to go out and about because of the virus! Mary rest in in peace, our love for you will remain in our hearts ????

      • Crista Wilson Sigrist says:

        Mary was a wonderful person and became my
        Aunt when she married my sweet Uncle Dick. I always thought highly of her and she will be greatly missed!

  3. Desiree says:

    Thank you Crista ❤️

  4. Debbie Haidet says:

    Some of my favorite childhood memories are the times we would get together at your house on Florida Ave. for picnics and other fun times. Your mom was always so fun to be around and so sweet and kind. I am sad for your family because I know she will be missed so much. But I have prayed for you all today when I saw she had passed that God will bless you with lots and lots of comfort and beautiful memories as you are grieving the loss of such a beautiful person through and through. Love, Debbie

  5. Kathy Costa says:

    Mary married my uncle Dick Wilson. Mary was a wonderful person and I enjoyed spending time with her. Mary played cards with my mom and my mom’s sisters every week for a few years. I will miss Mary but I have great memories of the time I spent with her.

  6. Gayle Blair says:

    I knew Mary back in the 1990’s. She was a sweet, kind, talented lady. She made me placemats with matching napkins for a wedding gift – Mary was very talented in many ways. The last time I saw her was with her husband, Richard Wilson, and she was very happy. May great memories of your mother give you peace.

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