Mary Susan (Melton) Quigley, 74, FarmersburgMay 4, 2020
Mary Susan (Melton) Quigley, 74, of Farmersburg, passed away at 1:04 p.m. Sunday, May 3, 2020, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute.
She was born April 12, 1946 in Loogootee, Indiana to the late Paul and Mary Alma (Mattingly) Melton.
Mary loved crafting, especially needlepoint and crochet projects. She enjoyed watching television, reading and playing the piano. Mary adored her family and cherished the time they spent together.
She retired from RCA in Bloomington after 33 years of employment.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Quigley, who passed away September 29, 2015; parents, Paul and Mary Alma (Mattingly) Melton; and one brother, Ralph Melton.
Mary is survived by her children, Kenny Quigley of Farmersburg, Larry Quigley of Montgomery and Becky Quigley of Farmersburg; grandson, James Quigley; great-granddaughter, HayzLee; sisters, Helen Gibson of Loogootee and Jeanette Melton of Loogootee; sister-in-law, Mary Craft of Shoals; many aunts and uncles; honorary granddaughters, Catherine Ziegler and Georgia Bryson; and honorary great-grandchildren, Kyra and Jesse.
Private services will be held on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at Blake & Wagler Funeral Home in Montgomery.
Condolences may be made online at www.blakefuneralhomes.com.
Arrangements were provided by Blake & Wagler Funeral Home in Montgomery.
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