Dedmon, Mary P.


Dedmon, Mary Patricia Wiens Mary Patricia Wiens Dedmon was born on Nov. 6, 1940 in Beaver County, Oklahoma to her parents Bertha and Lawrence Wiens. She is survived by her husband Stan, son Kevin and wife Nahir, children of the home, Jean Claude, Michelle, Jean Paul, of Houston, TX; son Ryan and his wife Brittany of Carrollton; brother Larry Wiens and family of Enid, Oklahoma; sister Laurette and family, and sister Terry and family, of Beaver, Oklahoma; seven nieces and nephews and several grand nieces and nephews. She spent more than 35 years teaching at Newman Smith High School in CFBISD. Her family expresses their sincere appreciation to all of Pat’s friends that continued to support her during her battle with cancer. Services are Saturday July 14 @ 11:00 a.m. at The North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Dallas, Texas 75234 (972) 322-9191. The family requests, that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to The American Cancer Society

5 replies on “Dedmon, Mary P.”

Connye Williams Roberson says:

I am sending my deepest sympathy and prayers to the Dedmon family. Pat was a treasure and I have fond memories of her. She was a great mom and teacher and she will be missed.

Larry & Barbara Baird says:

Dear Stan and family,

We remember Pat as a lovely, bubbly and kind person who loved her “guys”. . We also remember her wonderful cobblers at the family reunions!

We know you have many memories to comfort you during this time of adjusting to your lives without her. Try to fill the hole that is left in your hearts with those precious memories. God will do the rest…give you strength, courage for each new day, and eventually that peace beyond our understanding.

This poem on a card has been such a comfort, I want to share it…

Her Journey’s Just Begun
Don’t think of her as gone away- her journey’s just begun, life holds so many facets–this earth is only one.
Just think of her as resting from the sorrows and the tears in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days or years.
Think how she must be wishing that we could know today how nothing but our sadness can really pass away.
And think of her as living in the hearts of those she touched…for nothing loved is ever lost– and she was loved so much.
by- E. Brenneman

With love & prayers to all, Barb & Larry

Janice and Ben King says:

Dear Stan and family,

Janice and I give our sincere love to your fanmily. we did not know Pat but the deep respect and business relatinship we have must show what a great lady she was. I feel for your loss and look forward to visiting and giving what little support to you and family soon.


Phyllis Henry says:

Pat was such a sweet, kind and special person who loved her family dearly. She was fun to be around and always a happy person. I see so much of her in Kevin and Ryan. She will be in your hearts forever. You were so lucky to have such a great mother. She was your great love and wife for 49 years, Stan and I know you have so many wonderful memories to help you through this difficult time. You will get through the memories of her being sick and get back to those good times you all had. Takes awhile. I will help in any way I can and know I love you all very much. Phyllis and Darrell Henry

Brian Hoffman says:

I am sad to hear of Mrs. Dedmon’s passing. She was my 11th grade English teacher at NSHS in 1984 and I learned a great deal from her. She did a wonderful job in preparing me for college. My prayers go out to her family.

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