Mary Rieger

June 16, 2021 - November 22, 2015


85, of Ross Twp., formerly of Brighton Heights, on Sunday, November 22, 2015; Wife of the late Elmer Rieger; Sister of John Kuhn (Rosemary) and Dorothy Hasenbein (the late Herbert); Daughter of the late Conrad and Mary (Kodovsky) Kuhn; Also survived by loving nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. Family and friends will be received on Friday from 2-4 & 6-8PM at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 806 Perry Hwy., Ross Twp., where a blessing service will be held on Saturday at 11AM. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the St. Barnabas Free Care Fund, 5850 Meridian Rd., Gibsonia, PA 15044.

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  • DONALD KUHN

    God bless Aunt Mae, looking back it is difficult to recall a time when she was not fully engaged in providing health care assistance to a family member. Truly a life of service. A mass of remembrance will be held Saturday in her honor. Don and Virginia Kuhn

  • Debbie Sidki

    Aunt Mae had a gift for storytelling. I especially loved her sweet stories of my Dad and of life in the Kuhn family house on Lapish. I cherish the time we’ve spent together, the carefree innocence of childhood, exploring the “wild” (the field by Grandma’s house), grocery shopping and somehow always returning with a little treat from Aunt Mae, and the sound of the screen door opening and closing as we gathered to laugh and feast on amazing food and perhaps too many goodies. I even enjoyed doing the dishes together. I liked watching Aunt Mae braid Grandma’s hair and wrap it into a bun. I loved the toys stashed in a box under the kitchen table and fondly remember a time years later when Aunt Mae ensured that my son and daughter got a chance to play with those toys. Aunt Mae was incredibly caring and genuine. She valued family and clearly thought of us often as she never missed an opportunity to stay in touch by sending birthday greetings or holiday greetings to every one of us no matter how many years had passed. I am privileged to have known her. She was proudly my Godmother. I love you, Aunt Mae, and will ensure that I continue to share my stories of the beautiful times we’ve had together. May you rest in peace. My sincere gratitude to my cousins, the Hasenbein family, for taking good care of Aunt Mae over all of these years.

  • Mary Ann and John Kuhn

    We were saddened to hear about Mae’s passing and offer our condolences to all who knew and loved her. She is now with her beloved husband, parents and siblings and that brings us some comfort. She was a true caring soul. God grant her eternal blessings.

  • Renee S Wilmoth

    What a great neighbor Mae was. she was always missed after he moved away. She was like a second Mom to my Bobby. He will miss her very much. Thank you Mae for always believing and always being there for Bob.

 

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