Mary E. Blair, 89, formerly of Newman KY., passed away 8-20-05 at Owensboro Medical Health System. She was born 9-6-15 in Indiana to the late Joseph Thomas Murphy and Mary Bickwermert Murphy. She was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church and was a member of the Altar Society. She was preceded in death by her husband, John P. Blair, in 1991 and a son, Jerome Clyde Blair in 1941. Mrs. Blair is survived by seven sons: John Thomas Blair, Jerome Paul Blair and his wife, Bonnie, Michael Joseph Blair, Sr. and his wife, Elsie, Daniel Edward Fuzz Blair and his wife, Stanette, Thomas Anthony Blair and his wife, Janie, and Robert Aloysius Blair and his wife, Gail. Two daughters: Mary Agusta Jones and her husband, John and Angela Marie Peerman. 36 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren. Two brothers, Herbert Murphy and Lawrence Murphy, two sisters, Regina Lewis and Mildred Allender.

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  1. Jerome and Bonnie,

    You have my most sincere sympathy. I know she is watching over you daily and is in heaven with her soulmate John. I will be praying for you both.

  2. Dear Fuzz

    We are sorry to hear of the death of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Buster & Charlotte

  3. We would like to express our deepest amount of sympathy to the Blair family. The TTMA family will keep the Blair family in our thoughts and surely in our prayers.

  4. Angela and family: I was saddened to see that your mother died.. but know that you have been in my prayers. It has certainly been a tough year for you with so many losses. If there is anything that I can do from here, please let me know. Take good care of

  5. Ben, Bob, and Angela,
    We were so very sorry to read that your beautiful mother had passed away. When we first moved out here she was the first person to speak to us. She made me feel very welcomed to this community. I enjoyed having coffee with her and

  6. Mary and Angela, I am so sorry for the lost of your Mother. I’ll be praying for you both. She was a very nice and sweet person. Thinking of you, Rose

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