Mary K. George

June 28, 2021

Mary K. George, 84, of Frankfort, Ind., died June 28, 2021 at Wesley Manor Health and Retirement Community.  Born in Frankfort, Ind. on September 11, 1936 to Warren Allen and Mary Agnes (Paul) Brant.  On July 19, 1959 she was united in marriage to David P. George.

Mary K. was a graduate of Frankfort High School, she received business and clerical training in Indianapolis and a Business and Accounting degree from Juliet Junior College.  She worked for the FBI in Washington DC from 1954-1957 and in Indianapolis from 1957-1959. She was the financial administrator for Fahey Investments and the director of the business department for Dearbrook Nursing Center for 25 years.  She served as a nursing home consultant for 7 years.

Mary K. was a member of the United Methodist Church in Michigantown, Ind.  She volunteered at the Frankfort Public Library and as a Pink Lady at the Frankfort Hospital.  She was a member of the Clinton County Genealogy Society.   She enjoyed traveling with her husband Dave and together they traveled to all fifty states and most of the Canadian Provence’s.

Visitation and Services

Visitation will be 2-3 p.m. Friday, July 2, 2021 at Goodwin Funeral Home, 200 S. Main St., Frankfort. Funeral services will begin at 3 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Geetingsville Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Genealogy and History Department of the Frankfort Community Public Library.

Survived by:

She is survived by her son, Dr. Mark (Diane) George of Phoenix, AZ, daughter, Stacy (Roland) Hahn of Des Plaines, IL, brother, Paul Brant of Frankfort, sisters-in-law, Judy Brant of Frankfort, Linda (George) Ostler of Frankfort, Ginny George of Woodland Park, CO, three grandchildren, Karsten (Lisa) Hahn, Erika Hahn Ethan George, 2 great grandchildren, Bastian & Wilhelmina Hahn and her nieces and nephews, Mike, Holly, Lisa, Julie George, Amy & Rand Brant and Bill, Gary, & Betsy Ostler.

Preceded by:

her parents, husband, Dave, Brother, David Brant and brother-in-law James George.


Leave your Condolences

15 Condolences for “Mary K. George”

  1. Carolyn Hoffman June 29, 2021 at 4:39 pm

    Dear Stacy and Mark,

    Mary K. and I are 2nd cousins who shared a passion for genealogy. We shared everything on the Milner and Myers families, and I owe so much to her and her research over the last 20 some years, She would even do research for me on my Gray families who were also from Clinton County. She was the one who organized the Milner Family Reunions for many years, which kept the myriad cousins in touch with one another. The connections have dissipated without her efforts, but a few remain that I would not have known without those reunions. I last saw Mary K. in 2017, my last trip to Indiana from California, but I have kept in touch with her over the years by phone. She was a sweet, loving, and very generous lady. I will always miss her terribly. Her travails are now over, and may she rest in peace.

    Carolyn Gray Hoffman

  2. Norman Gross June 29, 2021 at 9:43 pm

    Miss both Dave and Mary K., Ann Robey and Norm Gross, friends from out in Wesley Manor village.

  3. Jeanette Wolfe June 29, 2021 at 10:37 pm

    Thank you for sharing Mary Kay with us at Wesley Manor! I was working on G wing when Dave was there. We got to know each other and found out that we knew a lot of the same people because I grew up in Manson not far from where she grew up! Our friendship grew from there! I will miss her everyday

  4. Bill Goodwin June 30, 2021 at 8:24 am

    For many years, one of my favorite gals!!!!!

  5. Kathy Laird June 30, 2021 at 9:17 am

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Mary K. She was such a great lady and a favorite Cousin. Love and Prayers.. Kathy, Scott and Mary

  6. Janie & Bob Shurr June 30, 2021 at 9:24 am

    A long time ago, the Watson family was neighbors to May Agnes, Warren & David Brant. They shared their love of Paul Allen & Mary Kay with us for many years! We are praying for peace for your family at this time.

  7. Gloria and Phil Crum June 30, 2021 at 2:22 pm


    So sorry to hear of Mary K.’s passing. May you have beautiful memories.

    With sincere sympathies.

  8. Barb & Wayne Fausett June 30, 2021 at 4:50 pm

    To the family, We are so sorry to hear of Mary K.’s passing. She was a much loved friend. May you find comfort and peace in the days and years to come. God bless you. Barb & Wayne Fausett

  9. Pat Weber June 30, 2021 at 9:29 pm

    Mary Kay was one of my favorite residents I loved working with! I wished I could have gone to see her more after I quit!

  10. Pam Roberds June 30, 2021 at 9:31 pm

    I’m so sorry to hear of Mary Kay’s passing. I’m the daughter of her mom’s cousin, Virginia Milner Hobbs. I enjoyed the family reunions which she organized and the family histories which she compiled. What a special person she was!

  11. Renita Pelling Watkins July 1, 2021 at 2:32 pm

    Mary K. and I are cousins on the Brant line, as well as I considered her a good friend. We also went to church together, where she was the church historian. After she moved to Wesley Manor, on several occasions I brought lunch in for us. She loved McDonald’s and no matter how cold and nasty it was, she would tell me how good it tasted. I suspect she was just being the kind and gracious soul that she was. We had some great chats. She would always ask about my family and I would share pictures with her on my phone. I will cherish my last phone conversation with her a few months ago when I had the privilege of thanking her for her genealogical work and the publishing of several books, which I treasure so much. I will miss you Mary K. RIP and fly high!

  12. John & Lorita Hackerd July 1, 2021 at 6:07 pm

    John and I were classmates of Mary K. While I had not seen her for many years, we did talk on the phone several times in the last few years. We are so sorry to hear of her passing. The FHS Class of 1954 has made a memorial contribution to the library in her honor.

  13. Chris Guffy July 2, 2021 at 7:17 am

    Mary K was one of the most organized people I have ever known. When she and Dave moved to Michigantown, I had the privilege of getting to know her. She was an active member of our church. Her knowledge of the people and families in our community was second to none. After she moved into The Manor & Before Covid, I would visit with MK and bring her treats. She shared stories about her childhood and her family & always asked about my family and our Michigantown church family. We compared travel stories & adventures. I will miss our visits and her wonderful smile. Rest In Peace, MK.

  14. LaDawna Roberts July 2, 2021 at 8:16 am

    She was a very sweet lady. I’m sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort & peace.

  15. Richard & Marilyn Clouse July 8, 2021 at 10:59 am

    To Mary Kay’s family, Sorry to hear of Mary Kay passing. She was a great Lady! I grew up neighbors to to the Brant family. We had several talks through the years. May she rest in peace.

    Richard and Marilyn (Weaver) Clouse

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