Marv Kuhlman wrote on December 18, 2020
My sympathy and prayers to Al and the entire family. Mary was always a good friend and I always enjoyed visiting with her on Monday mornings at New Hope. Thank you for sharing the online memorial service.
Tammy Kempf wrote on December 12, 2020
Al & family,My deepest heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your lovely wife/mother. I know there will never be words to help relieve the grief you must be feeling. Know you will always have your wife/mother to watch over you as she has for so many wonderful years. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Craig Maher wrote on December 12, 2020
I worked with Mary when I was UWO. I adored her - she always had a smile on her face and was always there to help. I remember how much her family meant to her and I remember the joy she expressed when my children were born. Mary will always have a place in my heart. My condolences to her family.
Ian Livingstone Route 11 wrote on December 9, 2020
I didn't personally know Mrs. Bleser but I saw her and her walking partner going Down Washington St during my morning bus route. I knew I was on time when I saw them. I miss her wave and smile.
Pastor Norman and Nadene Schell wrote on December 8, 2020
Our loss is Heaven's gain. We have many fond memories of Mary from our days in the Omro and Oshkosh area. While she will be missed by those of us left behind, she has received the Heavenly reward won for her by her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Jodi Anthony wrote on December 7, 2020
Dear Family: My thoughts are with you all. I met Mary through a monthly luncheon gathering we had at UW Oshkosh for some staff that worked at the Halsey Science building. She has the most wonderful soul and caring nature. I so appreciated her stories of travel and gentle spirit. Blessings to you all.
Christie A Nelson wrote on December 6, 2020
Dear Heidi and all immediate family members as well as relatives wherever you are located, Reading your mom's obituary has brought tears to my eyes and a heart filled with joy, amazement, and awe. Your mother was so richly blessed with gifts and talents from our Lord and how incredibly she used them throughout her lifetime. Just by reading about her, I know she's the kind of person with whom it would feel like home simply by being in her presence. What a wonderful woman she was so full of love for everyone and such a heart of zeal and excitement for everything and everyone around her. Such a dynamo and dynamic woman are not common, and you have quite the gem for a mom! I know now why you, Heidi, are such a marvel to me in all you are able to do and all the gifts and skills that you have. As my own mom used to say, "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree." And what a magnificent tree she was, and how proud your mom must be that all of her apples have had their seeds planted and dropping apples of their own! Can't think of anything more joyful! She's in heaven awaiting all of you and how glorious was her reunion must be with all her family members who have gone before her and how glorious it will be when the Lord calls each of you to your heavenly, too! What music and dancing there is now and what music and dancing there will be! I praise God for you, Heidi, and am truly blessed simply by reading about your mom. God give you peace in your heart regarding all things regarding you, your mom, your family, and everyone near and dear to you. Sending you all my love and keeping you and all your family in my prayers.
Cindy & Kym Asen wrote on December 6, 2020
Our sympathies to your entire family for your loss. I will always remember Mary Lee in school as being a very kind and genuinely nice person.