Condolences to the family of Marie Rickel
Thinking of you all and sending my deepest condolences. Marie was a wonderful woman and she will be missed by many! All my love to her family ❤️
Cindy Hensley Hubbard07-16-2021
Ed and Teri, I'm so sorry for your loss. Your mother was always so nice to me. She's gonna be missed 🌹
Sorry for you loss
Sorry for your loss
Terry and Ed so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a sweet person. Knew her since high school. God Bless. RIP Marie.
I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Marie was a fun lady. I was part of the Living History group and teased Marie all the time. Marie will make Heaven rock
Ralph and Lisa (Wickam) Landis07-16-2021
Our thoughts are with all of you. Wishing Peace and Love.
Mrs. Rickel was a big part of my childhood and that of many others. Welcome Home, sweet lady! The many who love you are in my prayers. God bless you!
Terry and family... Sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed seeing your mom when she dropped by the office.
Leta Jane Matthews07-17-2021
My deepest sympathy to your family. I always enjoyed talking to Marie because she always left me with a smile.
I am sorry to hear about your loss. Marie was an amazing women. She taught me a lot while I worked with her at Camden Point. She will be missed. Marie was loved by many. Sending love and prayers to the family.
Elaine Baughman Stremel07-17-2021
Terry, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother held a special place in my heart and will be fondly remembered.
Paul and Stephanie Fryrear07-18-2021
Thinking of you all. So sorry for your loss. She will truly be missed. Love you!
Holiday Island Arkansas
Charles & Lila Woodson07-19-2021
We are so very sorry that due to health reasons we were not able to attend Marie’s services. She was such a warm person and always had a big smile. Our hearts & prayers go out to her family. We will miss having her for our neighbor.
Lois Kathleen Sopher07-19-2021
My best friend from third grade thru High School and frequently my partner in crime during those years. So many memories...cheerleading, basketball, secrets, confidences, sleepovers, the music festival in Maryville, one special Halloween, trading clothes, taking the early bus so we could run 100 times around the NP gym every morning before first class in hopes of getting skinney legs and so, so much laughter. We were the three Musketeers..Marie, Susie, and I. Then came our grown-up years with families, our own homes, new lives, new priorities. At times our communications were sparse. Busy lives. Then came our "older" years and we were suddenly blessed with more time. Time for long telephone calls, birthday and Christmas cards, and get-together lunches when I could come home from Texas for a visit. Now, today my life is a little more dim because my friend is gone from this earth. Marie touched a lot of lives and lived a good honorable life. I will miss her and her silly birthday cards. My thoughts and prayers are with Terry and Ed and Ronnie and Dub and Marie's grandchildren. My blessings to her family.
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