Laura Mary


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Laura Mary Filip

Jun 02 1935 - Jul 01 2009

Mrs. Laura Mary Filip, age 74, of McKinney, Texas formally of Lambertville, Michigan, passed away July 1, 2009, in Frisco, Texas. She was born on June 2, 1935, in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania to Ruhl and Grace (Robins) Hill. On August 14, 1954, Laura married her high school sweetheart, Frank V. Filip in Dearborn, Michigan. She worked at Imperial Lanes in the 1970’s and also became active in bowling in Texas at Plano Super Bowl. Laura moved to McKinney, Texas in 2003 to be with her daughter, Karen and her family. She is survived by her daughter, Karen Anne Kerekes and her husband, Troy of McKinney, Texas ; and grandson, Patrick F. Henry also of Toledo, Ohio. Laura was preceded in death by her husband, Frank; her parents; and her dear brother, Commander Thomas M. Hill. Graveside services were private; Laura was laid to rest next to her loving husband, Frank at Toledo Memorial Park near Swan Lake, Toledo, Ohio. Laura was an animal lover and in lieu of flowers, the family suggest donations be made to the Stray Dogs (a very dear organization to her heart) P.O. Box 1465 Gun Barrel City, Texas 75147. Arrangements are under the direction of Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Directors in Allen, Texas and Walker Funeral Home in Toledo, Ohio. Mother’s Love There’s nothing quite like it, it’s a love that has a certain quality. A love that stays and never goes, it starts at birth and doesn’t even die at death. The tenderness of her touch, is certainly a feeling of security. The shimmering of her glare, is sure a look of care. Mothers listen to problems, no matter how important or what the size is. A helper to get through life, even though thick and thin. She’s always there to listen, when your growing from child to woman. The only kind of love this could be, is Mother’s Love By Karen Anne Filip-Kerekes Written in 1973
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