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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Mary Lyn Hight

1991 - 2020

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Mary Lyn Hight was born on May 17, 1991 to Christopher & Karen Hight, and sister Emily. She grew up in Newcastle, then moved to Portland as a teenager. Mary’s spirit would light up a room, she was extraordinarily full of life & joy. Our wonderful community cherished her fun-loving, affectionate, bright spirit. There was laughter whenever Mary was around. There are people we encounter in life whose souls shine brighter than most, Mary was a radiant child, a sparkling jewel....

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September 30, 2020 9:56 PM

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Carrie Levine

August 26, 2020 8:10 PM

We know what it is loose a daughter. Our hearts are with you. Carrie and Bryan

Dayle Burnell

August 22, 2020 2:14 PM

I will never forget the day I met Mary. She was struggling so much then. I brought her into my home with My son also, struggling with addiction. She stayed quite a while and she got well. I have always stayed in contact with Her even when the relationship ended. To me, she felt like a 3rd Daughter . I will never forget her sweet Smile and all her Very funny snaps she always posted every week! She was doi g so Well and I guess I will never understand what happened that night. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART MARY AND I WILL MISS YOU TERRIBLY.. !!!πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— RIP Sweet Girl and Be free of all sorrows. I Love you!!πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ’”πŸ’”Β 
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Ginny and Oliver Libby

August 21, 2020 2:13 PM

Dear Chris and Karen: So hard to loose a family member, particularly one so young!
We are very sorry for your loss!

RYAN E FITZHERBERT

August 20, 2020 9:55 PM

I'm deeply saddened as, We really lost one of the great ones!.. she was one of a kind. Amazingly gracious, giving, funny, beautiful,smart,careing, graceful,and wonderfully clumsy, like I said she was one of the great ones. Her struggling with substance abuse,does not define her.this was tragically a unspeakable accident. If there could ever be anything good that could come out of this it's that in the many, many people she touched maybe someone will not have this tragic end because of Mary. The thought of losing such a beautiful soul from this Earth to heaven will maybe change even one soul from making the same mistake, I'm sure her legacy will of love and hope for everyone she knew. It's hard for me to celebrate such a awesome loss. But I will. Because she would want me to. No tears !! Only laughter,and happiness, maybe some goofiness too is what Mary would want...her heart was too big for the world,and if you really got to know her you were one of the lucky ones.because her smile alone could end a rainy day. I was only a friend to Mary but I feel lucky to be touched by her fun loving kindness.
Mary you will be greatly missed. I still can't believe it. Love ❀️ your friend Ryan Fitzherbert.

Karen Hight

August 22, 2020 1:30 PM

Thank you for writing this Ryan. I agree with all that you’ve said here. We are absolutely heartbroken. Thank you for contributing❀️

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