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Mary Elizabeth (Webb) Overton
September 11, 1945 ~ April 13, 2023 (age 77) 77 Years Old
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Lovingly known as “Betsy” to family and friends, Passed away on April 13, 2023, at the age of 77 in Sonoma, CA. She was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts and eventually made Sonoma County, California her home. Mary had a vibrant and fulfilling life, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy of love.
She worked a variety of in her years but spent 25 years of her career working for Walmart, she took great pride in her work as customer service, where she took great pride working in Customer Service and at the Photo Lab. Her work ethic and dedication were admired by all that knew her.
She was preceded in death by her parents, sister; Katie, son; Robert, and niece; Jennifer, and two husbands; Robert Baum and Willie Overton. However, her spirit lives on through her children: Christy Ondrasek (Mark), Ken Baum (Rosa), Don Baum (Cathy), Brian Overton (Marta), and Tonya Currans (Bryan).
Mary’s family also included four siblings, Sue Gonzales (Tony), Janice Inman (Larry), Robert Webb (Carmen), and John Andrews (Marie), as well as numerous nieces and nephews. In addition, Mary was a beloved grandmother to Rydel, Jason, Ethan, and Delilah, as well as step -granddaughters Crystal and Becca. She was also a godmother to Jessica. Also survived by Aunt Dorothy (Milan).
Mary’s greatest joy in life was being a mother and grandmother. She loved nothing more than spoiling her grandchildren and spending quality time with family. Her weekly crafts and lunch date with her close friends and granddaughter Delilah were always the highlight of her week. Mary was an avid reader, and she often enjoyed sharing her favorite books with her family and friends.
Mary spent the last 5 ½ years of her life at Sonoma Post Acute, where she received wonderful care and had many dear friends, including staff, visitors and other residents.
A celebration of life is planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Bridge Home Health and Hospice Services in Mary’s memory.
Mary will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Her kindness, caring nature, and infectious laugh will forever be remembered.