Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Tibbetts

October 25, 1929 - September 21, 2023
Sunset Mausoleum
Thursday 10/5, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Sunset Mausoleum
Thursday 10/5, 11:00 am
Sunset View Cemetery Association
(510) 525-5111 |
Thursday 10/5, 12:30 pm

Mary was born in Osage City, Kansas to Fred Jr. and Florence Vera Kinney.  Florence passed when Mary was 2 years old.  A few years later Fred Jr. remarried Peggy who helped raise Mary and her brother, Fred III.  Mary grew up in Sacramento, Berkeley, Albany, and Maxwell, CA.  She graduated from Maxwell High SchoolContinue Reading

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Bobby Burgos left a message on October 4, 2023:
You were the Best Grandma Ever! I'm lucky and glad to have had you close by and in my life for 53 years. We're all going to miss you Gram, I know you're with Grandpa now and running through fields together with two good legs and no more pain! You truely were a Tough Old Bird right to the end! Thank you for Always being there whenever I needed you and never saying no. You and grandpa always found a way to make things better and we appreciate you more than you know. Everytime I go to the Mountain House, ride in the boat, play Uno, or any card game, go past Orchard Ave., go camping, or take Lincoln shopping I think of you. Lincoln can't just look, but has to buy something in every store he enters just like you! Love You Gram, Bobby
Kathy Tibbetts left a message on October 3, 2023:
Mom I loved you deeply, and felt your love in return. I have been reminiscing over the 50 plus years that we spent as MIL and DIL what fun we had!.!! I am missing you but grateful for all the years we had. Godspeed Mom, see you on the other side. Kathy
Alejandro ortiz & family left a message on October 3, 2023:
our deepest condolences to the Tibbetts and Burgos family .We new Marry Tibbets for about 15-20 years which we were introduced by our son-in-law Justin Burgos. My daughter would tell us how much fun her and my grandkids had when they would go to the ( MOUNTAIN HOUSE ) which they called Mary's house in Almanor .Mary loved it when family would go visit she would spoil the great grand children. We are grateful to have known Mary tibbetts MAY SHE REST IN PEACE
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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