Mary Lou Auman
Mary Lou Auman, 92, of Terre Haute, passed away Thursday, January 23, 2020, at Signature Healthcare. Mary was retired from Schultz Department Store as a Department Manager of the Big and Tall Men's Department.
Mary was born January 27, 1927, in Terre Haute to James Riley Weese and Lela Frances Huffman Weese.
Survivors include one son Billy Joe Auman and wife Barbara Auman of Terre Haute; a daughter Sue Harshbarger and husband Doug of Plymouth, IN. Four grandsons and their wives, Tony and Candy Auman, Dana and Dee Anna Auman, Michael and Chantel Esch and Charles and Jennifer Esch; three great-granddaughters, Shelby Beasley (Christopher), Lacey Auman and Chloe Auman; great-great-grandchildren Waylon, Kayden, and Kendall Beasley.
Her husband, William J. Auman preceded her in death on August 10, 1999. Mary was the last of six siblings, Howard, Virgil, and Clarence Weese, Helen Kingery, and Cedona O'Dell.
A private service will be held at DeBaun Springhill Chapel. Burial will be at Grandview Cemetery, next to her husband in eternal life. The family would like to thank everyone at Signature Healthcare Maple Avenue and Southern Care for their love and kindness to Mary throughout her stay at Signature and her last days here on Earth.
Published on January 24, 2020

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Karen Bourne
Feb 01, 2020
Will miss you. Aunt Mary Lou.
Sharon Slonaker
Jan 26, 2020
Sue , I'm so sorry for your loss. I'll be praying for your whole family. I don't think we are ever ready to say goodbye , but we know they are happy and we'll see them again one day.
Dave and Ann Rodabaugh
Jan 25, 2020
So many memories flood our hearts at this time. Mary Lou was a faithful members of Bible Baptist Church, where I was the Youth Director. The Auman’s daughter, Sue, was an active member of our youth group and so we had a great deal of interaction with the Aumans. We knew they supported us in whatever we did, although they, at times, might have disagreed with us. Mary Lou was never shy about her opinion, but we always knew she loved and supported us. When my wife had a life-threatening illness, Mary Lou prayed faithfully and assisted in whatever way she could. We will always have some sweet memories of both Bill and Mary Lou. We know she is now rejoicing with her Lord and Savior. We pray f...or comfort for Sue and Billy Joe and their families, the comfort that only God can give.Read more