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In Memoriam: Mary Magdalene Wolfe (Oct. 23, 1939 – May 14, 2023)

Mary Magdalene Wolfe was a loving and caring wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

After retiring from overseas missionary work, Mary was active many years in Awana. She loved children. She served others with a sweet smile and spirit her whole life. Mary is greatly missed.

Mary is survived by her husband Scott Wolfe; daughter, Luann Stoddard; daughter-in-law, Tracy Wolf; son-in-law,  Mark Stoddard; six grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her son, Brian Wolfe.

Arrangements made by Unger Funeral Chapel – Silverton.

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