In Memory

Mary Lou Kenchelian

Mary Lou Kenchelian

Mary Lou Kenchelian passed away in her home in Windsor on Jan. 31, 2003. Although she will be missed greatly, her spirit, strength and unconditional love will always reside in the hearts of her family and friends. From proud Armenian heritage and longtime Napa resident, Mary Lou was devoted to her home and extended family.

Mary Lou is survived by Jeff Harding, her loving husband of 17 years. Her two sons, John and Dan, were the joy of her life, and her pride in them was unbounded. She was the daughter of the late Karnig and Geraldine Kenchelian; and sister to Mark Kenchelian, Helene Franchi, Chrissie Hogg and the late John Kenchelian. She also leaves behind nieces and nephews, Sonya, Maria, Lisanne, Elizabeth, Peter and John, to whom she loved unconditionally.

Friends and family are invited to gather for a memorial service celebrating Mary Lou's life to be held on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Windsor High School theater, 8695 Windsor Rd., Windsor.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Mary Lou's name to The Healing Center, 24 West Lee St., Seattle, WA 98119.



 
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04/13/09 08:06 PM #1    

Chrys Garello (Brown)

Mary Lou was such a fun loving person! She always had a smile for everyone. Our parents were on a cruise together and our dad's missed getting back on the ship in Greece. They spent 4 extra days touring around. We laughed about that for a long time. I'll miss her giggle.

07/10/09 09:52 PM #2    

David Trobaugh (Zylinski (Adopted At 21))

Mary Lou, You were my intellectual buddy. Many days and evenings analyzing all the worlds issues and our own. I still see you in my room holding up Jacques, the poodle and I have the picture. Small in stature. Larger than Life. I wish you were still here but happy to see that you were fulfilled with love and family and kids...kiss

08/12/09 12:15 PM #3    

Teresa A. Park (Cox)

Mary Lou you didn't have a mean bone in your body and positive to the very end. I'm glad to have called you friend and have many fond memories of you.

01/28/10 06:21 PM #4    

Marcia A. Johnson (Lopez)

Mary Lou we worked so hard on those cheerleader moves!You were an awesome girl..with love for all.I am sorry you had to leave so soon..I miss your sweet spirit!
Rest Well "Napa Indian"
Love,
Marcia Johnson

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