Mary "Lee" Stonich

Mary Lee Stonich entered into rest peacefully at Fremont Healthcare Center on January 23, 2017. She was 76 yrs old. Born to the late William H. Williamson & Lois F. Mullins in Anniston, Alabama on October 16, 1940. She is survived by her sons, Joey, Chad, Timmy, her daughter in law Kristina, her faithful doggie Max and all the other children she adopted over the years. Dearest sister to Robin and her late brother David and loving Aunt to her Nieces and Nephews. Loving Nana to Dave and Riss. She loved to cook, hanging out in her garden and watching football, especially her Alabama Crimson Tide and 49ers. As Mom would say,'Woo Hoo! Roll Tide!' Celebration of Life Services will be held 3:00 PM, Saturday, February 18th at the Tropics Club House 33000 Almaden Blvd, Union City, CA.

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  1. Iam more than honored to say that Mary Lee was more than just a friend to me she was my second mom, you see she took me in the day my “real” mom passed away, from that day foward she was know to me as mom, momma Lee always had a happy smile to share with me and sane advice, she loved me and told me things that a real mom would, even if she knew it was stuff I didnt want to hear, we shared many stories when we sat in her bedroom while the “boys” watched wrestling or some sort of sports in the living room, we laughed more than we cried but when we cried we always comforted each other and reassured one another it was going to be ok cause we had each other to lean on, and she always made sure I had her to lean on, I looked foward to going to her home every Friday afternoon to do my laundry and spend time with her and cook for her, she loved a speacil rice I made and it was worth the effort and time making it just for her, I love christmas time when she use to make her famous peanut butter balls and would send me home with homemade cookies and those yummy peanut butter balls but as years passed and she became more ill and harder for her to make them I decided it was time for me to take over the tradition of making them and I started to make them for the family, thanks mom for teaching me and giving me your recipes to make make your peanut butter balls and peanut butter cookies, yummy…its not just the big things in life you miss when someone this speacil has to leave us to be on to a better place in life, its the small things I remember, and those are the most treasured memories I will hang on to my last breath and continue to share with my family as the years pass, I just want to say thank you momma Lee for coming into my life and taking me under you wing and loving me as your own daughter and loving my children as your grandchildren, you will forever hold a piece of my heart string and tied to each other forever, until the day we are reunited know I love you and your forever going to be missed.

  2. My deepest sympathy for your loss. when words are all we have to share, may you find comfort and strength in God’s promise to resurrect our dear loved ones, and to end all suffering. (Rev. 21:3, 4)

  3. Chad & Kristina & Joey :

    I glad I meet u guys through Tammy . U guys r like family 2 me ……. I’m gonna miss Gma Lee cookin and her awesome smiles. She luvs her 49ers and i luv listening 2 her storys . Rest In Peace Gma Lee ❣️❣️❣️

  4. Mary Lee was my Supervisor when I worked at the Fort McClellan Post Exchange in the late 60s. She was the supervisor in the self service department and I was a stock boy then. She had a great sense of humor and I got to kid around with her even though she was my supervisor. We had a good friendship and I think of her even today. R.I.P. Mary Lee.

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