Mary Lea (Grubb) Bault, 72
Mary began this earthly life in Stinesville. She was born on September 28, 1943 to William Earl and Minnie V. Grubb. Mary’s childhood was spent on their farm in Stilesville with her parents and sisters; Jane Sayre, Evelyn Cramer and Sue Smith.
Mary and David Emmett Bault married July 21, 1968 in Spencer. To this union three children were born: Edna Renee Goodman, David William Bault, and Rosemary Suzette Corrie. Mary spent years before marriage and family working at the RCA factory in Bloomington.
After having children, Mary chose to stay home and began a daycare, and later she and David became foster parents. Numerous children called Mary “Mom.” David and Mary moved numerous times during their marriage; living in Bloomington, Mooresville, Martinsville, Cloverdale, and finally Cataract before Mary moved what would be her final time on Earth to the Residence at Mc- Cormick’s Creek Nursing Home in Spencer after suffering a stroke February 13, 2004. Even while in the nursing facility, Mary continued to move; changing rooms a couple times during her stay.
Mary’s love of caring for children extended when her own children married and she was able to spoil her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mary’s family includes: children, Renee (Tim) Goodman of Wolf Point, MO; David (Kathy) Bault of Gosport, and Suzette (Dale) Corrie of Greencastle; grandchildren, Kyle, Samantha and Michael of Wolf Point, MO, Jacob and Phillip Gibson of Gosport, Melissa (Jerod) Hadden of Reelsville, Scott and Nathan Corrie of Greencastle; Great grandchildren, Clay, Hunter, Emmie, and Bailey Hadden of Reelsville, and Daisy Mae of Greencastle; in as well as numerous friends and extended family celebrate the life led and the release from pain that Mary now enjoys with our Lord.
Funeral services will be held, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 29, 2015 at West & Parrish & Pedigo Funeral Home. Pastor Terry Hoover will officiate. Burial will follow at Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call from 10:00am until the time of the service.
Memorial contributions may be made to McCormick’s Creek Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Care.
Online condolences may be made at www.westparrishpedigo.com