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Mary Letha Hopkins

Mrs. Mary Letha Hopkins, 91, of Webster, passed away at 11:45 p.m. on Friday, July 2 at Arbor Trace in Richmond.


She was born June 19, 1919 in Greens Fork to Ivan and Carey Vornauf Starbuck. She graduated from Webster High School in 1937 and married Lowell Hopkins on March 1, 1940. They raised 2 children and shared 57 years together before his death on October 11, 1997.


Mrs. Hopkins lived in the Webster community most of her life and attended Webster United Methodist Church. She was a Charter Member of the Webster Activities Club and worked 7 years as a seamstress for Nettle Creek Industries. She enjoyed an active quality of life until very recently. That was when she turned to Arbor Trace to care for her and her family is appreciative of the professional care their mother received there.


Mrs. Hopkins will be missed by her daughter, Beverly Frame, of Liberty; son, Myron Hopkins, of Centerville; her sister, Irene Lane Culy, of Centerville; 6 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.


Mrs. Hopkins was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and her brother, Herbert Starbuck.


A funeral ceremony will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 7 at the Smith & McQuiston Funeral Home, 321 US 27 South, Fountain City. Interment will follow in Crown Hill Cemetery.


Family and friends may gather for visitation from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 6, at the funeral home.


Memorial contributions are encouraged for the Webster United Methodist Church.


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To all of Mary's Family and Friends. This comes to a shock to me, Mary was my friend at Meijer
here in Richmond,Whatever the weather would be, even when it snow, here came Mary in the door, boots and all. She would get a few things, but she always got her Pal-Item Paper. She would buy a candy bar and say, well I really dont need it.I said to her, you only live once and she looked at me and said with a smile, yes we do, just live once, but I wont be here next year, I said to Mary, enjoy your candybar,and I will see you soon, I go to work on Monday, and my coworkers, told me that my friend Mary had passed. She will be missed. I cant be with you today, but all of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Marys friend Barb

Barb Allen-Turner Jul 6 2010 12:00 AM