May Belle Ball

David Peake
April 29th, 2020

  • Maureen Higgins / April 29, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    Mary, Steve, Maureen, Shannon, and all the family,

    I am sorry for the loss of your mother. Although I didn’t know her, I see her strength carried on in you. This is a difficult time to grieve a loved one with formal services on hold. You all are in my prayers.


  • Uncle Ethan, Frank, Steve and Mary,
    Jack and I are so sorry for your loss.
    Aunt May was an amazing woman and a kind soul. She always had a smile for us anytime we got together for a family event.
    I hope the happy memories of her will come to you often, and that you know our love and prayers are being sent your way.
    Kathy and Jack

  • Olivia Thorne / May 2, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    May Belle and I served on the League of Women Voters State board for many years and it was so much fun to work with her. Her passion for good government and her desire to help Leagues fulfill their mission was exemplary. Will always have memories of our times together and the things she taught me over the years. So sorry you have to go through this very sad time when we must be so isolated. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  • Cindy Benedict / May 3, 2020 at 9:18 am

    Mary and Family,
    So sorry to hear of your loss. Thank you for sharing this. Your mother was a remarkable woman and it is wonderful to read about her life, which has clearly been a positive influence on all of you and on many others too.

  • Elissa Rich Outtrim / October 8, 2021 at 1:47 am

    I remember Mrs. Ball as a lovely neighborhood mom who was always nice and had great Halloween decorations and candy! She used to occasionally give me rides to St. Thomas’ Church for choir practice when I was in Jr. choir. She was always kind and sweet to my mom, Elissa, who just passed. Mom considered “May Belle” and her husband Ethan one of the nicer couples in our neighborhood of Hemlock Road and Sycamore Lane, in the “Flourtown Gardens.” Hard to believe that so many life-long neighbors are now gone, including Molly Kling. God Bless to her family.


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