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She enjoyed her children and grandchildren, was an avid reader, and in earlier years, made many happy memories square dancing, traveling, and golfing. Survivors include her husband of 66 years, Ron; three children, Rick (Anne) Fincham of Newton, Rhonda (David) Stevenson of Goldfield, and Elizabeth “Betsy” (Kevin) Gibson of Ames; a daughter-in-law, Mary Fincham of Rockton, IL; nine grandchildren, Sara (Mark) Rooney of Story City, Nathan (Lizbeth) Stevenson of Ankeny, Emma Stevenson of Ankeny, Laura Stevenson of West Des Moines, Ryan Gibson of Des Moines, Matthew Gibson of Ames, Michelle Gibson of South Bend, IN, Dana Fincham and Corbin Fincham both of Rockton, IL; and five great-grandchildren, Samuel, Hope, Hattie, Hannagan, and William. Till we meet again.”“Ron and I were NHS classmates, '50. Hal & Joan Richardson”“My heart aches for all of you.
But there’s much more…ROCKAOKE were regulars at the TOP GEAR LIVE aftershow party – a very private affair for the presenters and their inner sanctum – and more recently were invited to play onstage during the first and last ever CLARKSON, HAMMOND AND MAY live show. You will have to rely on your imagination to visualise Jeremy Clarkson blasting out searing versions of ALL RIGHT NOW and CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF YOUR LOVE, as well as high-octane re-workings of pop standards “MUSTANG SALLY” and “DON’T STOP ME NOW”, featuring both Clarkson and James May on drums and rock-solid Richard Hammond on the bass. In april 2012, ROCKAOKE were the headline act at the birthday party of Pink Floyd guitarist DAVID GILMOUR’s wife POLLY SAMSON. A star-studded array of guests (including Ringo Starr…!!!
Rage Against the Machine was a highlight, but to be honest it was all just brilliant.
We’ll certainly be recommending you to anyone who will listen! It’s not just people singing with a band, they make it feel like a festival, with headline acts and old favourites.
I'll really miss the stories we could have told about each of us dating back to the first time I remember meeting you when I was about 4 years old. She was a special lady and I have SO many great memories with your family. If she was anything like her granddaughter, Sara, then I know she had a great life, filled with joy. Mary was a bright light in my life since reuniting many years ago.
Seems like Mary has always been a part of my life, too. My thoughts are with you all.”“God has called home one of his special angels. She babysat me until I was old enough to stay home with my older brother and sister. She will always hold a very SPECIAL spot in my heart. Terry Smith Seibert”“ I wanted to say a few words about Mary. Ron, Mary and I shared a lot of laughs while working there . I will always remember our camping trips that were made better with Mary there, the meals we shared, games we played and many laughs.