Mary Lou (Mayer) Bayard

Born: Wed., May 29, 1935
Died: Thu., Jun. 7, 2018


Visitation

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Sun., Jun. 10, 2018
Location: Scott & Kedz Home for Funerals


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Mon., Jun. 11, 2018
Location: Belford United Methodist Church


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Mary Lou Bayard, 83, a lifelong resident of East Keansburg passed away Thursday, June 7th. Mary Lou worked at Perkin Elmer in Oceanport for 20 years where she assembled computer chips and made controllers for F-16 fighter planes before retiring  28 years ago. She was an active member of Belford United Methodist Church and belonged to their Mary Martha Circle. Mary Lou enjoyed playing Bingo with her best friend Eleanor , but her favorite pastime was being a Mom and Grandma. She devoted her life to her family.
  Mary Lou is survived by her childhood sweetheart and beloved husband of 63 years, John W. "Jack"   Bayard and their children Lynda, and her husband Gene Pedoto, of Lincroft and John W. Bayard, Jr. and his wife Jill, of Middletown. Mary Lou also leaves behind her beloved grandchildren; Jessica Scicchiatano and her husband Joe, along with Wesley Bayard and his fiancé Amy Johnson, and her daughter Kiernan. Mary Lou was predeceased by her father Charles Mayer and sisters Lillian McQuillan and Betty Ann Gumbrecht.
   Friends and relatives may pay their respects Sunday from 2 -5 pm at Scott & Kedz Home for Funerals, 153 Church St., Belford. The Funeral Service will be held at Belford United Methodist Church, at 10 am on Monday, followed by the burial at Fairview Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Belford United Methodist Church, 181 Church St., Belford, NJ 07718

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Gary Corbet
   Posted Thu June 07, 2018
Jack,
I was so sorry to hear about Mary Lou. I will always have the fondest memories of her during our years in the chief ranks. A wonderful lady, and a joy to be around. Many great times at dinners, and who could forget all of Cathy’s birthdays!!!! Take solace in this most difficult of times that many people care about you and your family, and they are keeping you in their thoughts and prayers.

Dolores and John Porter
   Posted Tue August 28, 2018
Mr Bayard,my mom and myself miss your wife very very much,She always used to tell me when I would walk by your house,she would say now John stay out of trouble,if only I listened to her i probably would have,well let's just say that I would have been home a lot more instead of other places,!!!. I had a lot of respect for your wife and you,you were both terrific people,and i would not let nobody mess with your wife you and your home. Much Love to you and your family members,from myself and my family members. The best of luck and if you ever need anything i mean anything please feel free to ask me!!!!.

Lydia Boalt
   Posted Tue November 20, 2018
MaryLou was my Best Friend Forever. We met through letters while our then fiancé s were in USAF basic training in 1953. We visited, corresponded through letters and phone calls. And made several beautiful trips overseas together. She was a joy to know. Her sense of humor was over the top. She adored her children and grandchildren. Her Faith kept her going throughout many trials on this earth. Even though we all know our lives on earth are planned by God, it is so sad to lose such a Dear and Beloved friend. May God continue to be with her husband Jack and the rest of her family in this journey. We love and miss you tremendously. Until we meet again MaryLou, I love you always. Great memories. ✝❤️😪

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