Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road


MARY O’HEARN. Age 65. Beloved daughter of John H. and Bernetta (nee Geschke). Loving cousin and friend to many.

VISITATION THURSDAY, APRIL 22ND FROM 9:30-10:30AM AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME FOLLOWED BY THE MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL AT ST. CHARLES BORROMEO AT 11AM. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Holy Family Home 6707 State Rd. Parma, Oh 44134. To offer condolences visit


Messages of Condolence

  1. Offering my condolences for the family of Mary. She was a very sweet and caring lady. Her loss will be felt by many

  2. Mary was a kind, thoughtful and generous woman. We met a few years ago as members of a club no one wants to join, but we were fortunate enough to become friends along the way.

    I wish Mary’s other friends and family peace and lasting memories of happy times with her.

  3. My dear Friend Mary
    Fly with the angels sweet lady, you left your mark on this earth. You will be missed. Your kindness when my George passed 7 years ago on 04/20/14 your hugs, your smile your bravery.
    Thank you for being apart of my life.

  4. Mary was a kind and faithful volunteer at St. Colman’s Literacy program. We will miss her when classes resume pose COVID.

  5. Sending prayers & condolences to the family. I worked with Mary at Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging for many years. She has such a wonderful spirit and kind heart. She was such a joy to be around.

    So sorry for your loss.

  6. Mary was a part of our hospice group for 13 years. We
    all meet after we suffered losses and than stayed together for 13 years. Mary will be missed by all of us. We are glad she did not suffer and that she is at peace now. We will miss from Linda,Renie,Sharon,Janet ,Judy, and Carol Zeigler

  7. Mary and I have been close friends since third grade at St. Charles.
    I moved to Michigan for high school but our friendship endured and
    we stayed the best of friends. She was in my wedding and is my daughter’s godmother. We enjoyed getaway weekends/trips and she came to our family celebrations. She was like a sister to me and I will miss her terribly. Rest In peace, my dear friend Mary.

  8. Mary was such a sweet and inspirational person. I enjoyed to be able to help her with cleaning etc. I’m so sorry for your loss. I am happy she no longer has to suffer and can rest in peace

  9. I am sending my thoughts and prayers to Mary’s family and friends. I am sorry for your loss.

    I knew Mary from St. Charles Borromeo parish and she was very kind. Although I did not know her well, she always had a smile and a wave hello for me and I will miss seeing her at Mass. She was a lovely person.

    May she rest in peace.

  10. I knew Mary through her work with the Survivors Teaching Students: Saving Women’s Lives® Program of the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance. She was dedicated to ensuring that medical and nursing students heard the stories of ovarian cancer survivors, and through those stories learned to recognize the disease in its earlier more treatable stages. Her enthusiasm inspired others to get involved and share their stories for this program. Mary’s role in this program will be difficult to fill, and she will be missed both as an integral part of the program and personally. Just know that her story may be the one that will save a woman’s life!

  11. Mary was a member of our wonderful Cleveland Survivors’ Teaching Students program. She participated in presentations to our future health professionals and was so proud of the work she was doing . She will be missed by all of us—-not just the people in the Cleveland group. My prayers to the family
    Elaine Greenberg

  12. I have known Mary my whole life. When our parents were young they both lived in the same double house. Eventually both parents bought houses across the street, and 2 houses apart. I have many memories of playing with Mary in childhood. Years later Mary formed “The Parma girls luncheon”, where 5 of us from childhood got together for lunch once a year. It was always a day we all looked forward to. No matter what the issue Mary was dealing with she was always kind and uplifting.

  13. My deepest sympathy on this tremendous loss of such a friend. Mary is so entirely irreplaceable. I was blessed beyond measure to have her call me a friend through our times at St. Charles School, Nazareth Academy, and beyond.

    P.S. Pray to her…I’m sure she’s a saint!

    Paula, please please have the Mass live-streamed. St. Charles can do it…I know they can!

    Ginny Garey

  14. I just wanted to say I am very sorry that I was not able to make it to the Memorial Services. I wanted to pay my respects to the family and friends so much. Now I feel very hurt and very disappointed that I could not say good bye to my best close friend like a sister to me.

    May God bless you Mary and I will miss you so very much, Mary was a very good friend and she helped me out a lot when I needed her.

    I will always love you Mary. She was so perfect to me.

    May God be with you.

  15. Mary was a valuable member of our local Survivors Teaching Students group . She was passionate about sharing her story with healthcare professionals and medical students. She was a compassionate and caring lady and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Heaven has another lovely angel – God Bless You Mary!

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