The Last Breath

Mary Urlocker - Rest in Peace


From the Orlando Sentinel

Mary L. Urlocker died July 4, 2006 after a seven year struggle with ovarian cancer.  She was born in Deseronto, Ontario.  She is survived by husband Bob of 50 years and five loving children: Karen, Shawn, Michael, Mark and Tim as well as a sister Carmel Troxell of Allentown, PA and brothers Raymond and Ted of Toronto.  She was also blessed with eleven grandchildren. She was a Registered Nurse from St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.

Mary's funeral mass will be celebrated at Annunciation Catholic Church, Altamonte Springs, Florida on Friday July 7 at 10:00 am where she received much comfort and inspiration in her fight against cancer.  She was a member of Errol Estate Country Club, the Orlando Women's Golf Association and Women Playing for T.I.M.E, a charity for MD Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando where she received loving care.  She enjoyed competitive golf and developed many close friends who will remember her bright smile.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for your prayers and for donations to be made to:

Women Playing for T.I.M.E
In memory of Mary Urlocker
3160 South Gate Commerce Blvd, Suite 50,
Orlando, Florida 32806


joan maxwell

How I loved playing golf w/Mary on OWGA playdays....she was fun to be with & I could never beat her but it was great deepest sympathy to the family.....Joan Maxwell

Barbara Young

I have just finished reading about your mothers fight with ovarian cancer. I too have been in chemotherapy since 1999 and am 73 years old. I decided to give up chemo as it was so dibilitating, in October 2005.
In May 2006. I had a bad spell and had to be hospitalized. My doctor wanted to do a stint and more heavy duty chemo. I said no, enough was enough. I was given a year to live and was admitted to Hospice of the Comforter. They have been very attentive even though I know the worst is yet to come.

Cancer Symptoms

You are a great writer. Please keep it up!


Can you tell us more about this? I'd want to find out more details.

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