Mary Meador Death, Obituary – Mary Casada Meador, who had lived in Somerset, Kentucky for 80 years and was a resident of that city at the time of her passing on February 14, 2023, passed away in the Jean Waddle Care Center.
Mary Staley’s late parents, Richard Staley and Elsie Alexander Staley, brought her into the world on July 3, 1942, in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, in the state of Indiana. Throughout her entire life, she has been a member of the Denham Street Baptist Church.
She has a career as a genealogist and produced a number of publications detailing family trees. Not only did she do this for her own family, but she also did it for other people who hired her to research their family lines.
Mary’s parents, Richard Staley and Elsie Nicholson, as well as her first husband, Larry Casada, her second husband, Joe Meador, her son, Doyle Casada, her brother, Robert “Bob” Nicholson, her sister, Judy Nicholson, and her daughter-in-law, Amanda Casada, all passed away before she did.
Amanda Casada was married to Mary’s first husband, Larry Casada, and her second husband, Joe Meador. Mary Doyle Casada, her son, will carry on her legacy after her passing.
She is survived by her son Anthony Casada, her daughter Kim Dalton and her husband Randy, her brothers Frank Staley and Lee Nicholson and their wives Karen and Jean, her sister Jayne Smith and her husband Chip, her grandchildren Adam, Tela, Paige, and Alexcia, and her great-grandchildren Cassidy, Jensin, and Colt.
All those who knew and loved her will hold on to her memories with great affection. On Friday, February 17, 2023, from 12 to 2 PM, there will be a visitation held in the Chapel of the Southern Oaks Funeral Home. The funeral service will start at two in the afternoon, and Brothers Grant Hardwick and Jack Anderson will preside over it.
In lieu of sending flowers, you are invited to make a donation to the Mary Casada Meador Memorial Fund instead of offering your condolences. In the case that Mary Casada Meador passes away, Southern Oaks Funeral Home is going to be in charge of making the necessary arrangements.