Mary N. Hardy • May 25, 2019

Mary N. Hardy, age 82, passed away peacefully surrounded by her husband of 61 years, children and grandchildren on May 25, 2019.
Mary was born April 22, 1937 in Elba, AL to the late Marvin Thompson and Fannie Ross.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents, brother Fred Thompson and grandson Ryan Dungan.
She is survived by her husband Jim Hardy, son Jimmy Hardy, Jr. (Denise), daughters Debbie Wallace and Becky Hardy Atchley (Tony), grandchildren Paul Hardy (Jeanne-Marie), Jamie Hardy, Kelsey Atchley Johnson (Tyler), Alexa Atchley and great-grandchildren Isla and Ireland Hardy, sister-in-law Lorell Thompson, along with many other cousins and family members.
Mary enjoyed sharing a 20-year military career with her husband Jim. They were stationed in many different countries before retiring back to Pensacola in 1972. Mary enjoyed a career as a Pharmacy Technician working at Dewberry Pharmacy and Baptist Hospital.
Mary’s proudest accomplishment was being a loving mother to her three children Debbie, Jimmy and Becky as well as 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Mary had many special fur babies in her life and truly enjoyed shopping at thrift stores.
Mary was an active member of the Hillcrest Church in Pensacola and provided mentorship and friendship to many people.
A viewing will be held Tuesday, May 28, 2019 from 9:30am – 10:30am followed immediately by a service starting at 10:30am at Pensacola Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to the entire Covenant Hospice care team including Marti Wells.

  1. Tracy D Nevrkka says:

    Our hearts are shattered. Mary always put a smile on my face and was truly an Angel. I loved visiting with her and Jim and we loved how they loved our two rescue dogs. My heart goes out to Jim and the entire family. We love you !

  2. Larry Levan says:

    Uncle Jim Jimmy and Becky, My wife Erin and I would like to pass along our heart felt condolences. There isnt any or enough words in the English language to give you comfort with the loss of such a sweet wonderful aunt wife and mother. Only God has that ability. Aunt Mary is in a much better place now. She’s with mom and aunt jeanie talking about the good ol days. Just remember one day you will see her again as I will my mom. One thing always looked forward to is coming to Florida to see everyone or get excited when yall came to visit. I’m really sorry I wont be able to attend the service on Tuesday but I have everyone one in my thoughts and prayers and I love everyone very much. I was extremely fortunate to have her as an aunt.

  3. Susie White says:

    Ms.Mary was a wonderful woman & great neighbor. If she was outside when I was making my rounds, I would stop and talk with her and when she called, we had great conversation and she used to make me laugh and would put a smile on my face & brighten my day. I was very thankful for her & always looked forward to talking with her, I’m really going to miss her. Prayers for the family, love you Ms.Mary

  4. Brenda Nevrkla says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Jim. I enjoyed visiting with you both when I visited Tracy and Bill.

  5. Jon Genier says:

    My condolences to your family. May the promise found at John 11:24-25 give you some comfort for your great loss.

  6. Kathy and John says:

    For Jim and your family….No words can truly express the feelings we have. The loss of Mary, such a wonderful lady, just breaks our hearts. We feel so blessed to have had her as our dear friend. We have so many wonderful memories, and for that we are so grateful. She will be missed. We love you both.

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