Mary D. Piper (Kreuer), 75, of Warren, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 at her home. She was born May 8th, 1942 in Pittsburgh, Pa., the daughter of Albert and Dorthea (Yeager) Kreuer and have lived in the Warren area the past 9 years. She lived in Florida for many years previously.
Mary was an artist and had been part owner of the Wildlife Rescue of Levy County, Florida. This was the only full-service wildlife service in a 100 mile radius. She had worked in environmental service for the University of Florida.
Surviving are her husband, Edward D. Piper, Jr., whom she married June 3, 1989; four children: Mary M. Krawczak of Pittsburgh, Pa, Sarah L. Juracko of Espyville, Pa, Robert W. Brittner of Temple, Texas and Albert L. Brittner of Eastlake, Ohio. Also; two stepchildren: James Piper and Jackie Caito; twelve grandchildren: Joey, Jimmy, Sarah, Sammy, Katie, Bobby, Mary Kay, Robert, Rebecca, Michael, Crystal and Christopher; four great-grandchildren: James, Lincoln and Brantley Juracko and Cora Peters. She is also survived by two brothers: William Kreuer of Zelienople, Pa and Thomas Kreuer of Ocala, Fla.. Her sister, Peggy Stewart precedes her in death.
A celebration of her life will be held on August 12th at Muddy Creek Presbyterian church in Butler, Pa at 2:00 pm.
Published on August 7, 2017