Mary Haywood

Mary Jayne Haywood (McCormick)

Friday, May 29th, 1953 - Saturday, November 28th, 2020
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Mary J. (McCormick) Haywood, 67, of Comstock Park, passed away Saturday, November 28, 2020, while at home. She was born May 29, 1953 in Kalamazoo to Kenneth and Ethyl Belle (Ansbury) McCormick.

She was preceded in death by father, Kenneth McCormick, mother, Ethyl Ansbury McCormick, sister, Barbra Jean Stephens, brother and sister-n-law, James “Jim” and Linda McCormick, nephew, James “Jimmy” McCormick Jr, and sister-n-law, Cathy McCormick.

Survivors are former husband, Dale Haywood, Brother, Kenneth “Mick” McCormick of Allegan; sisters, Ruth Wickland of Gobles, Elizabeth “Betsy” (Joe) Tutchton of Montrose, CO, and Linda McCormick of Rockport, TX; four nephews; nine nieces; and many great nieces and nephews.

Mary attended Plainwell Elementary, and graduated from Comstock High School in 1971. In 2009, she graduated with an associate degree in Business Administration from Grand Rapids Community College.

Mary had many things she enjoyed in her life. She was an avid reader and always had a book nearby. The Library knew her well. She loved baking and many named her cookies "the best ever". Mary was very hardworking and worked until the day she passed, but when she had time off she enjoyed traveling, hiking and watching Jeopardy. She cherished spending time with her family and close friends and was an instrumental part of those lives around her. We especially remember Mary for long discussions, working on puzzles, and many trips to North Carolina to see family and friends.
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Christi Vanderband

Posted at 06:09pm
Hey Mar, I hate that you left me. I think God must have wanted cookies really bad. I am so thankful I met Linda Mindy Alisha Chad and Kelly. It did help. I sure hope and pray your Family will find peace. I love you and miss you my Friend !!

Kelley Lawburgh

Posted at 09:54pm
So sorry to read this. Mary was a sweet lady. I had the pleasure of working with her at Donnelly Corp in Holland. She was definitely a hard working woman. To work fulltime and go to school is a long road. If you were one of her close friends, she would give you the shirt of her back. We just happen to be talking about different recipies, about five of us ladies at work and she came into work about 2 weeks later and handed us all a thick book filled with all different recipies. I still have mine. I want to send my condolences to her family. Rest in peace Mary. You will see us on the side someday. 🌹🙏❤

Loyce Brammer

Posted at 08:25pm
Mary was such a dear friend! I'll never forget her. She was very hard working and we spent hours laughing & having long conversations. Our last visit we met at Barnes & Noble in Holland and spent several hours catching up that day. We talked about cooking & baking and I'll always treasure the 3.5 inch binder she made me of several of her recipes if not all of them. She spoke most frequently of her niece and family. We once traveled to NC together so we both could see our families. I'll never forget her skinny jeans and her telling me she had I think maybe 30 pair or more. Mary was always smiling and laughing. Super warm and friendly. I'll always love her. Prayers & Condolences to her family & loved ones.

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