Mary S. Haddad, a beloved mother figure to many has left us with heavy hearts on Saturday, January 13, 2024. Born on July 21, 1936, in the picturesque city of Amman, Jordan, Mary touched the lives of countless individuals throughout her remarkable journey.
Mary was an extraordinary woman whose warmth and compassion knew no bounds. With her kind heart and nurturing spirit, she embraced the role of a mother figure to those around her. Her gentle demeanor and unwavering support provided solace and guidance to many who sought her counsel.
One of Mary's greatest passions in life was knitting. Her nimble fingers wove intricate patterns into every garment she created, turning a simple ball of yarn into a work of art. Mary's knack for knitting brought comfort and joy to all who were fortunate enough to receive her creations.
Mary's journey through life was marked by both moments of triumph and profound loss. She was preceded in death by her beloved parents Mufadi and Julia Haddad, whose love and guidance shaped the person she became. Mary also experienced the sorrow of losing her loving husband Subhi Haddad, leaving behind cherished memories of their life together.
Mary's memory will forever live on through her precious children - the late May, Arwa, Khaldoun, Abeer, Zeidoun, and Khuloud - who were the pride and joy of their mother's life. Each one carrying a piece of her spirit within them as they navigate their own paths. Mary's grandchildren - Batoul, Zein, Nour, Jude, Noah, and the late Faith - brought immense happiness into her life. Their laughter filled her heart with boundless joy as they created cherished memories together.
Not only was Mary a dedicated mother and grandmother but also a dear aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. Her love extended beyond her immediate family, encompassing the extended circle of loved ones that surrounded her. Mary's unwavering support and unconditional love will forever be etched in the memories of those whose lives she touched.
Mary S. Haddad's resilient spirit and compassionate nature will forever be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to cross paths with her. She leaves behind a legacy of love, compassion, and dedication to family that will continue to touch lives for generations to come.